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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 IETHBRIDG6 HtRAlD THundoy, ?S, 1972 elurn to campus 8 NEW YORK (Al') Growing i back to school emerged In In- numbers of women returning to tcrviews on college campuses Ilie campus nfter marriage and around I he U.S. children are finding that col- Many of the women arc lege nican.s more than a return housewives with diminishing to tests ami textbooks. It can home responsihilitics who want often mean unsettling and dra-1 to start on or complete college matic changes in family life. degrees and embark on profes- In some cases, it has led to sional careers. Others go back divorce while in olliers il has for intellectual stimulation and re.siilled in closer relationships i self-enrichment. husband and children. U.S. labor department statis- tics show that the number of women ages 23-31 who returned to s c h o o 1 almost doubled during the most recent five-year period for which fig- ures" are available. It increased more than tenfold in a 19-year- span. fn tiie most recent year classes. That compares with HSI.OOO in IWt ami in .1P50. No figures are available [or I think I'm quite a different person after coming back to said Caroi Herman, a 37-year-old mother of tliree studying for her bachelor's de- gree at Sarali Lawrence Col- lege in Bronxville. N.Y. "My whole sense of values and pri critics has changed." Counsellors of returning wo men say most of them have encouraging, supportive hus closer ties with their But if a marriage is bad, thi counsellors agree, a woman is usually able to accept the fac women So and more, but a department said she believes rate was similar. A variety of reasons for going aml BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12tli SI. "C" N. Fn., Oct. 27th Starfs wT p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBIC EACH 8th and 12th Gamoi in 7 Numbers or less WORTH in 53 Number! Sorry No One Under 16 Yean of Ago Allowad AH the women interviewee spokesman j said lhey llad developed a (lie growth Of self-worth an: independence as a result of re- turning to school. "Coming to school is fright ening to these sale Elizabeth Minnich, direelor o the Sarah Lawrence Centre fo Continuing Education, w h i c encourages older women to g back to school. "They're nfraid they're no going to do well. Some hav told ine, 'All my life, men hav told me I'm dumb. So I mus Well, they find out they'r not, and it can he a great shoe for them as well as for the hushands." Many of the women inte viewed said their husbands ha a difficult time at first adjus ing to the fact that their wive, had assumed a role separa from the family. DOMINION REBECCA LODGE NO. 41 BAZAAR WINNERS DOOR PRIZE Mn. Helen Kirk, Lelhbritjgs M. Baker, Lelh. BAG Lisa Sellen, Poets give reading tonight at V of L I- i y f f AN EYE FOR STYLE Women visitors lo tethbridge, Restaurant yeslerday for a lu Fran Harvey. in town for the Alberta Urban Municipalities Associa- tion's convention, gathered at Svcn Ericksen's Family AAodel ncheon and fashion Rick Ervin, pholo Two well known Cimndiiin Margaret Atwoocl nnd K. Page, will give ii rending f llicir work ;it llio University f Lclhbrldgc lonighl. The works of botli pools are liscusscd in tliis month's issue if Chatelaine magazine, In an irticlc entitled Some o[ our iest poets are women. Margaret Atwood, 32, is des- cribed in llio articlo as "the nost gifted of the younger and considered a "per- ;on of myslcry" whoa; poetry s "just short of magnificent." P. K. Page is referred lt> as reserved woman who writes poetry with a "com- elegance." The Circle Game, Margaret Alwood's first volume of poc- :ry, won the Governor General's Award in 18SC. Her two latei books of poe'.ry, 'Ilie Animals in that Country, and The Jonr- CheFs menu suggestions Saddle of hare makes elegant dinini By JEAN SHARP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Now is the season when all good host- esses regale their friends with f ooE ball p arties, pro-Chris t- m as parties, everyone's-back- in-town parties. Three of Toronto's chefs have menu suggestions that, taken together or separately, bring a touch of elegance to the table. As an appetizer, Peter Kai- ser oE Sutton Place suggests Shamcook clam pie. It calls for: 14 ounces of chopped deep sea clams, 10 ounces clam juice, 2 ounces diced mushrooms, 1 ounce but- nllinswarth's Save 20% On Sheepskin COATS ?r, 1 ounce salt pork, 1 ounce .our, 1 small egg yolk lightly eaten, clove chopped gar- 'c, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley, tablespoons heavy cream, 1 inch tarragon, 1 pinch thyme, 'i teaspoon lemon rind, IVz unces chopped onions or shal- ots, sufficient dough for two nch pie crusts. Saute shallots, mushrooms, alt pork, garlic in butter for hree minutes. Add flour, sauie or one minute. Add clam juice, boil for one minute. Add cream, then cook iver moderate heat for 1 min- ile. Add chopped clams, par- sley, hring to the boil and allow bubble for one minute. Remove from heat, add egg yolk and stir. two 3-inch pie plates move all the tliin membranes j small howls of porcelain or that cover the flesh. Prepare a wood. Line each with chcese- mariiiade with dry red, i cloth, onions and carrots, cloves of] Ingredients are B ounces of garlic, thyme, ba leaves, salt and pepper. It you use hare, 35-per-cent whipping cream, two ounces of fruit sugar ond marinate the saddle for 8 to 10 i a dash of vanilla. hours, then remove it and dry j Stir the ingredients in a bowl it. I and allow to sit at room tern- Cover the fillets with a thin perature for about 24 hours. slice of lard and roast in a hot until the cream sours am! oven for 20 minutes. While it is roasting, p'.-epare the sauce by cooking the onions and carrots in oil. When the vegetables are soft, mois- thickens. By the time the cream has soured, the milk in the cream will have fallen to the iicttom of the bowl. Taking care. scoop the thickened cream, but A f I f _xV calendar of local iiuji Fort Macleod square dancer, will hold a regular dance a p.m. Friday in the elcmcn tnry school, with round dflnc. practice at 8 p.m. Anyone hi terested in squa'.-e dancing i welcome. Women are asked t please hring a box lunch an cups. Friends of Mrs. Itosa llill- idge are invited to call at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hunt, 1514 12th Ave. S. between 2-5 p.m. Sunday in honor of Mrs. Millidgc's 85lh birthday. No gifts by request. The ladies' auxiliary lo FOE No. 2100 will hold a regular meeting at 0 p.m. tonight in the Hagles' Hall. Hostess will be as arranged. Job's Daughters, Bethel No. will hold a tea and hake sale from p.m. Saturday in the Masonic Hall, 10th St. S. j Everyone welcome. c Porcupine Hills Lodge in ClavesliQ-! in will hold a tea and- bazaar from 2-4 p.m. Saturday. Everyone welcome. als of Susn.'ifia Moodie, havo wen widely acclaimed. Miss Atwood is also the auth- of two novels, The Edible Voman nnd Surfacing. She taught at Ihp University f British Columbia and Sir leorge Williams University, and s now writer in residence at lie University of Toronto. K. 1'age has also won the Governor General's Award for ler poetry, The Metal and the published ill 1954. Her irst volume was As Ten a5 Twenty, published in 1946. Cry Ararat, Miss Page's most 'eccnt work, is illustrated with ine line drawings by the au- ,hor. Miss Page is the author of a The Sun and (he Moon, and has contributed a number of short stories to Canadian magazines. She has also gained recogni- tion as an artist, and lias ex- hibited her work in Victoria where she now lives, and in the Gallery and the Toronto and Vancouver art gal- leries. The public is invited fo attend the pcetry reading at 8 p.m. to- night in ilcom E-G90 at the Uni- versity of Lethbridge. Ths Lcthhridge visit is being sponsored by the U of L Eng- lish Department in conjunction with the Canada Council. WeeWhimsy] ten with a spoon of wine vine- not the milk, into the heart gar and one cup of wine from i forms. Refrigerate, preferably with pastry dough, pour in mix- ure and bake in a 320-degree oven for 15 minutes, until pas- try is golden brown. .ADDLE OK HARE For the main course, Georges Chaignet of the Inn on the Park suggests roasted saddle of hare. If ham is not available, rab- bit can be substituted, but meat should be marinated for at least four days, ond the mari- nade used to cook the meat. For this recipe, only the part of the trunk that ends at the top of the tliigh is Re- thc marinade. Boil down by half ad stir in one cup of con- centrated brown demi glace. Cook slowly, skimming the sauco occasionally. Add five crushed peppercorns for a few minutes before straining t Ii c sauce through a fine strainer. Bring the sauce lo a boil again and stir in a spoon of red cur- rent jelly and two spoons of sweet butter. Decorate the saddle with mushroom csps and fried strips of pork Serve the sauce separately. HEARTS IN CREAM overnight. with fresh strawtarries and a sauce of mortared fresh strawberries with sugar to taste and a dasli of Kirsch or Cog- nac. Unmould the cheese by lifting the cheesecloth. Sccve the sauce over the cheese and garnish with whole fresh strawberries. an out The women's branch of the United XJkrainian Canadian As- sociation is sponsoring a lea Yom 2-5 p.m. Sunday at Hie Sir Alexander Gait Museum. F.v- eryone is invited, and proceeds will he used to maintain, im- prove and increase the Ukrain- ian display at the museum, B The Lcthbridge Old Time Dance Club will hold a dance at p.m. Saturday at As- sumption School, 24th St. and 14th Ave. S., with the Country Couples Orchestra. Everyone welcome. Young and old alike are invited to enjoy an evening of foxtrots, circle two steps and waltzes. The auxiliary to the South- A dessert suggested by Her- land Nursing Home wishes lo bert Sonzognl of the Windsor Arms Hotel is hearts in eve am. For four people you need four individual heart forms or four THE BETTER HALF By Barnes From one of Eastern Canada's leading manufacturers. We cannot advertise the name, but you will certainly recognize the label. The coats are genuine Sheep- skin, lavishly trimmed with long hair Spanish lamb. Soft and on !hs inside. Rugged for day-to-day wear on the outside. Two lengths to choose froin in many styles, some hooded and Ji length in assorted pastel colours. to "I'm going 1o a one-cent sale I have pennies, can you supply me with the regular tho express appreciation lo all who donated to the hake tables, nov- elty tables and tea; and to 11: o s c who assisted in other ways. The president of the auxili- ary, Mrs. Minnie Komm, would like to thank those who .so ably assisted in making the tea such a success. FolloVr'ing eacli performance of Southminster Junior fii'ls Choir presentation of the Pink Siamese, the Anne Camp- Singcr.s will prc-senl tho pnp oratorio, .Joseph's Dreamcoat. Accompanists will be Bertha Kopp, piano; Mark Nelson, fjui- lar and Carry Wood, drums, y rural ion is by Nancy Ilae Johnston, liarbara F'tler- son, Marvel Harrison, Carol Virtue. Oeijbie Grey and Marg- arct Ma'.'U.s me sofofcts. present- crl ;it and p.m. Sat- urday p.m. Sunday at the Memorial Centre. MOW Remember! At say "Charge It." Ask about our charge ac- counts. They're fast ancj convenient No clown payment on up lo No Service for tho first 30 cfays. Be a KollinsworlK's chcrga customer loday. has 34 PRICE SPECIALS THIS WEEK ONLY! (Expire! Oct. 29th) Ask Your Avon lady or Phone 328-7424 JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, Ocfober 26th Sponsored by ladies' Aid of Si. Pelcr and Si. Pnul'i Cliurch STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAU CORNER 12th STREET E AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jockpot Slarls at and it Won Every Thursday 2nd Jacfcpol in 55 Number! Slh 7 No. Jackpot Prr o' Gold S45 2SC PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 AtSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under T6 years not allowed Question and Answer CIRCULAR Every bride wishci her wedding To be jusl perfect. 'To help you prepare for Ihal wonderful doy, we I have compiled a Hsl of queslions mojr com- monly asked by the tride- L 1o be, The answers ore I taken from nulhorllallve sources on eliquelte. We Aro Your Printing Headquarters For All Your Wedding Requirements. t INVITATIONS I NAPKINS MATCHES I PLACE CARDS THANK-YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES trnd BAGS COASTERS Elc. The Lethbridgc Herald PRINTING DIVISION Cor 7.h St. and 5lTi Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3203 Pass See Vern Decoux Blairmorc or Call 562-2149 Hollinsworth' 320 6th St. S. College Mall SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM TEA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29th 2 to 4 p.m. DOOR PRIZE TEA 50c MUSEUM 25c EVERYONE WELCOME Sponsored by Association United CcinacJreiriJ, Women's Brttnch OjK'ri 10 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Mon- j I day through Friday, I p.m. to! 5 p.m. Saturday. Next Mond.iy: Old time dancing, 2 p.m. Tuesday: Singing, 10 .i.m. j sharp, Wednesday: Keep fit, a.m. Thursday: Fiingo, 2 p.m. Svvonly-rivt! members recent- ly spent n tiny with senior cit- izens in Cnrmnngay, and had a most time. Tiio lins a list of mem- hnrs willing lo work as homo helpers in omerRo.ncirK for fc-.v dnys at a No hou.seuork. FurLlicv informa-' lion available at the centre. _______________ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ;