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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAVD Tuesday, Otlobor 31, Photo: fcy Ri.'; irvin Darcy Iry" Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nagy 534 16 St. N. -Pumpkin by Mother Nature Equal worth, different purpose Women seen in supportive role By S11ARLEEN DANNON' EDMONTON (CP) A phi- losophy of womanhood that emphasizes a supportive rather than a competitive re- lationship with men as a mentis of achieving happiness in marriage is being offered through a course called Fasci- nating Womanhood. Based on the book of the same name by Californian Helen B. Andelin, the course has been offered privately and through the YWCA in Edmon- ton several limes in (he last year. Marjory Hunt, prime organ- izer of the Edmonton project, says the course has been widely available in the United States for several years and there are thousands of adher- ents to the pliilosophy. Mrs. Hunt, 30, married for eight years and mother of SIMPSONS-SEARS SEWING MACHINE RENTAL tori of mending to do? A wedding soon? A yen to bo creative? Rent and Sew with a gorgeous KENMORE Z1G ZAG from Simpionl-Sean. Telephon" 328-9131 Or Drop In At Simpsons-Sears, Centre Village Malt For Complex Detail! two, said she look the course for self-improvement three years ago and it helped open doors to understanding her role as a woman. "The course helps a woman gain fulfilment in her role as a mother and she said in an interview. "Men and women are b'ke a lock and a are of equal worth but fulfil a differ- ent purpose." The course is based on a fill-in-the-blanks workbook of eight lessons liberally sprin- kled with quotations from whose marriages have been helped by the course. The workbook expresses Fascinating Womanhood phi- losophies such as: must take their place in the world of men. They have battles to win, mountains to climb, and riv- ers lo crass. Let him live his life as Ills duties and desires demand." a woman should always place her hus- band No. 1 in her life, a man cannot always do Ihis. Often his work and responsibility THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Come and risk SIMPSONS bears Mickey Mouse Watch ,95 a. World's most popular mouse. num- erols, Chrome plated top caie. Stainless sleel bock. Mickey Mouse Alarm Clock 7-95 b. Sturdy plastic COJQ. Full numeral dial. Mickey's hands fjoinf lo lne righl time, luminoui hands, dots. Mickey Mouse Twin Bell Clock 7.95 t. 30 hour alarm. Mela I tonirrucrion. Brcus hells, Him. Mod colour eosc. tcsy Jo read num- croh, diameter. Jewellery Quality No More at Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS: Optn Daily 9 o.m. to p.m. Thunday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Contro Villasc. Tolepnono 328-9231 away frcm home must come irst." has an innermost iced lo be the leader. It is his right by divine commandment aLso by logic. It is unfem- nine for a woman to usurp Jie leadersliip position." him be the breadwin- ner. Work only in compelling emergencies. Do your part by being feminine, living your feminine role, and helping him to feel superior in his masculine role." consistently and unreservedly, whether you agree him or not. Other- wise, his position of leader- ship means nothing to him." have a challenge be- fore us in undoing mistakes in the past, The battle for equal- ity of the sexes has led us into confusion and unhappiness and needs to end for a greater e f f o r t b a t of restoring womanhood to its rightful pos- ition." Mrs. Hunt said: "The course doesn't pretend to save marriages, hut it has helped provide women v.ith a pattern for happiness." "I'm not against women's liberation but flunk many women's lib types are going about it in the wrong trying to compete with men of fulfilling them- selves as women." The Fascinating Woman- hood course was offered last summer at the Edmonton YWCA at the same time as a course called vSecord Look which offers women profes- sional counselling and self- analysis to help them decide on their interests outside the home. Carol Frazer, YWCA pro- gram cV.rector, said it was in- teresting to note the different types of women attending each class. "People seem lo take courses that reinforce (heir own values. Most of the FW group probably had alread; decided to stay at home anil not work, while those taking the Second Look course probably already decided to seek alternative activities." YTFCA news With this be i n g election week, a few changes m loca- tions have occurred in YWCA programs. The mixed volleyball held al the Civic Centre on Wednesday evening will be moved back to the Civic Centre tliis week. All the other programs keep fit. volleyball, swimming, gymnastics, badminton, tiny tots programs, ladies' TAB groups, English classes and bridge lessons will all be held as usual. Adult guitar classes, how- ever, will IK starting at p.m. rather than Wednes- day evening. This week marks the tegin- .ng of the second half of our ill session co-op programs ror those who haven't signer p for any of our classes, a ow session will be starting the of Jan. 8. A centrefold tabloid will be ublishcd Jan. 6 in The Leth 'ridge Herald. Please watch for Many of our present pro- grams will be offered again ilus additional new and spc- ial courses. A reminder that the New-To You shop is again open on Sat Lirdays and weekdays from o f i v e p.m. Volunteer clerk and donations of clothing, '_ etlery, and household item are always needed and appre- ciated. A small reminder cf th men's football stag coining v the middle of Novembei Please watch for further ai nouncements. The YWCA Is always in need of craft supplies. If you have any buttons, beads, scrap ma- terial, scrap wool and leather please let us know. We can al- ways make use of them. A special thanks to those many volunteers and donors who helped in the United Ap- peal Drive last week. For further information re- garding YWCA programs please phone 327-228-1. OTTAWA School oalth education programs are nothing courses" anil get little espect from students, a 1C- car-okl Ottawa student told a teeting of teachers and health rofessionals here. "A main fault v.ith our health is (hat a course? o! study sn't said Lynda Bloom. "The health classes are ust fillers in the physical cdu- ation program. "They're not aken seriously." said sr-hcol health pro- grams could help improve health in nation. Hut too, was critical of the present health programs, often fall short of what might he cicr.e. Mcdiciil studies have proven there is a link between heart attacks and the physical fitness rchitcd to exercise and diet, he said. But this isn't being taught in schools, Mrs. McCormack agreed. The Grade 13 student said 1 Children in elementary grades "SMTfc in" themTy ak a, cl'.te the children still money on candy and soda pop. "No malter how often Hie kids tell her shout food rules, no mother will serve fisli twice a lose interest. Miss Bloom was joined in the attack by Mrs. Gordon McCormack, who spoke as a parent on a panel representing :eachers, nurses, doctors and school administrators as well as sludents and parents. Mrs. McCormack said her two sons considered hcaltli courses on a par with basket- something that was just a way of passing time and which required no brain- work. Miss Bloom said the school nurse often was forced into a "hand-aid approach" because she was without authority. If a student bad a headache ths nurse, although she was certainly capable of doing so, couldn't even given an aspirin without parents, week if only she and the cat will cat it." a oul: calling the student's she said. Many stu- dents simply ignored going to the nurse when they were sick and left school instead. Another criticism was that teachers often also consider icaltli courses as unimportant. If health courses were more significant, they might attract better qualified teachers." Tn the keynote address, Dr. Jock Millar, acting head of the physiology department, Univer- sity of Saskatchewan, Sa.ska-1 an Southminster United Church Women will hold a bazaar and food festival at 2 p.m. Wednes- day, Nov. 22, ;ji Southminster hall, with Mrs. D. .G W. Suth- erland as general convener. Mis. George Marshal will be in charge of the tea room and Mrs. R. C. Hill in charge of tha kitchen. Featured attraction tliis year is Christmas decorations, and there will be delicatessen table, candy, shorlbread, baked goods, handwork and novelties. J-Jti The hold Hi Neighbor Club will j at 2 p.m. in the church lounge, fun dance Wednesday 1 All unit representatives are re- from to p.m. at West minster school. There will Iw a review of the Metra or Rangers Polka, Skaters Waltz and oth- ers Everyone welcome. St. Michael's nurses' alumni will hold a supper meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Sven Erickscn's Family Restaurant. I The Oriental Cultural Society irill meet Sunday, Nov. 12, at 2 p.m. for a smorgasbord at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. High- light of the meeting will be live ntertainment from Hawaii. Re- freshments will be available and details discussed for Mexi- can and Hawaiian lours at sub- stantial savings. Members and friends welcome. Southrninstcr UCW will liold the regular meeting Thursday PUBLIC BiNGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIOGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upsiafn) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. LADIES AUXILIARY TO THE REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR THE HANDICAPPED Annual Tea Sale of Work Pantry Table Thursday, November 2, 1972 from 2-5 p.m. AT THE REHABILITATION CENTRE 1261 2nd AVE "A" N. "PLEASE HELP THEM TO HELP THEMSELVES" mindtd cf the bazaar meeting at p.m. The Bridge City ToaslmiS tress Club will meet Wednes day at p.m. in room I of the civic centre. New members welcome. The l.ethbridgc Family Ser- vices will hold a film and dis- cussion on family communica- tion and how it relates to drugs, Wednesday at p.m. at the lied Cross building, 1120-7 Ave. S. Mr. Barry Ellis, staff mcm- and Mr. Norm Cowie of the Dnig and Alcoholism Commis- sion, will present the material. The film is very realistic and is meant primarily for mature audiences. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! 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It h tips prevent And most irnprjrtiinl --this iniprivvcincn! m.unuiindl ;n were continued ovcr.i pctind of many months. RKlhcrmorc, these tests and ohscrvnlion1; on patients with .1 wide vnricty nf hcmorrhoklal comH- (ions. All PfL'jMT.iii.in II Suppnsiloric.1; or H Omtmcnl a spci or yonr money refunded. ;