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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOMEMAKERS COURSES FALL 1973----------------------- BEGINNERS KNITTING The fundamentals of knitting will be taught including how to adjust a pattern using different yarns. 10 Mondays, beginning October 1, 1973 p.m. FEE (includes the basic kit) CAKE AND PASTRY BAKING AND DECORATING This course will cover special techniques in decorating pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and rolls, and is designed especially for the homemaker interested in improving the appearance of her cooking. 7 Mondays, beginning October 15, 1973 p.m. FEE: CANDLECRAFT Candles are in! They are surprisingly easy and inexpensive to make yourself. Here's a course to show you how. 5 Wednesdays, beginning October (Fall) p.m. FEE: CREATIVE DECORATIONS A fun course in the creation of ornamental decorations for the home. Interesting creations from plaster of paris, resin, crepe paper and some experimentation with some of the latest fads such as quilted pictures. 10 Wednesdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: DRAPERY CONSTRUCTION Learn to construct draperies, techniques of sewing and machine operation, complete drape making procedures, numerous heading types and hem finishes on drapery. 8 Tuesdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: CHOCOLATES HOMEMADE A two session course in the art of making homemade chocolates and other candy. Seven or eight flavors and shapes. 2 Tuesdays, November 6 and 2 Thursdays, November 8 and p.m. FEE: (2 sessions) WALLPAPER AMD ROLLER PAINTING Course includes demonstrations and some practice in painting using a roller and brush, and in the hanging of wallpaper and vinyl. Bring your own roller, tray and brush. Monday, October 15. 1973 p.m. FEE: SEWING FALL 1973------------------------------------------------ SECTION A BEGINNERS SEWING This section is designed for those who have not sewn before. Projects to be done during the ten lessons will include an apron, a collarless dress with zipper and a lined skirt. 10 Mondays, beginning October 1, 1973 p.m. FEE: SECTION B BASIC SEWING Designed for those who have completed a Beginners Sewing or those who have done some sewing before. A dress is underlined and a shirtdress or buttoned blouse with a collar are included. 10 Tuesdays, beginning October 9th, 1973 p.m. FEE: SECTION C INTERMEDIATE SEWING Designed for those who have satisfactorily completed Basic Sewing or its equivalent. Emphasis is placed on altering a basic dress pattern. The alterations made are then used in a pattern of the Student's choice. 10 Wednesdays, beginning October 10th, 1973 p.m. FEE: SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS The class will comprise: A study of knit fabrics, drafting your own patterns for use with knits, demonstrations and actual sewing of garments by students. SECTION A 10 Thurs. beginning September p.m. FEE: LINGERIE SEWING The class will comprise: A study of lingerie fabrics, demonstration and actual sewing of garments by students. SECTION A 6 Wed. beginning September 26 1973 p.m. FEE: SEWING KNITS FOR MEN AND BOYS Mens and boys pants, sweaters, underwear, T-shirt variations and dress shirts. SECTION A 4 Tues. beginning September p.m. FEE: SEWING WITH LEATHER The course will cover purchasing leather and the techniques of sewing skirts, vests, coats and handbags will be covered. 10 Wednesdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: UPHOLSTERY This course covers the professional techniques of upholstering and recovering furniture. 12 Wednesdays, beginning October (Fall) p.m. FEE: THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 TECHNICAL COURSES FALL 1973---------------------------- AUTOMOTIVES FOR THE HANDYMAN Hints and demonstrations on car care, service and safety comprise the course. 10 Tuesdays, beginning October 2 p.m. FEE: BASIC ELECTRONICS The course will include basic electronics theory, topics included will be1 Electronics, Semi-Conductors, Inductance, Resonance, etc. Students may continue on from last year or new students can start at the beginning. 20 Tuesdays, beginning October 2 p.m. FEE: CAR OWNER'S COURSE FOR WOMEN A course to give women a basic understanding of what is taking place in various units of a car when occasional maintenance is required and the reason why. 10 Mondays beginning October 1, p.m. FEE: DRAFTING This course should assist the student to read, understand and interpret the information expressed in the language of architectural blueprints. Topics include: lettering, multiview projections, perspective drawing, architectural dimensioning and wall sections, floor plans, etc. 20 Tuesdays, beginning October 2 p.m. FEE: RUMPUS ROOM CONSTRUCTION Subjects include: framing the room, stripping for tiles, the kinds and types of wail and ceiling and floor coverings that are available and how they are applied. 7 Thursdays, beginning October FEE: POWER ENGiNEERING 4th CLASS This course is designed for those preparing to write the 4th Class examination under the Boilers Act. Aoplicants should have at least one year in the field. 23 Mondays, beginning October 1 p.m. FEE: SNOWMOBILE MAINTENANCE The course stresses preventative maintenance, including engine operating principles, carburation, and fuel systems, ignition, drive belts, lubrication and storage. 4 Wednesdays, beginning November 21 p.m. FEE: WOODWORKING Correct use of hand and power tools and use of various materials will be included. Design and construction of furniture is an integral part of the course. 10 Wednesdays, beginning October 3, 1973 (Fall) 73-335M p.m. FEE: (plus cost of materials for projects) WELDING SECTION BASIC FOR BEGINNERS The Welding Program is offered in four sections. Each section differs in terms of the content and the beginning level of the student. An introduction to both Gas and Electric Welding with theory and practice in the various types of joints, cutting, fusing, welding and brazing. SECTION A 16 Mon. beginning Sept. p.m. SECTION B 8 Sat beginning Oct 10.00- p.m., p m FEE: ADVANCED WELDING Intended for those who have completed the basic course or its equivalent. The course will deal with the welding of various joints, pipes, alloys and will include theory. SECTION E Advanced Gas 10 Tu.esdays beginning October SECTION F Advanced Electric Arc 10 Wednesdays beginning October p.m. FEE: METAL LATHE OPERATION The course includes: Introduction to Metal Lathe Operation. Lathe Tool Grinding. Feeds and Speeds, etc. 8 Thursdays, beginning October (Fall) p.m. FEE: DOMESTIC REFRIGERATION SERVICE Repairing domestic refrigerators, freezers and room air conditioners. For those with some background in electrical appliance repair. 12 Wednesdays, beginning September 26.1973 p.m. FEE: MEAT CUTTING PACKAGING Designed to provide knowledge of cuts of meat as well as the proper method of cutting up a carcass. Time will also be devoted to hints on wrapping, storing, and cooking. 5 Saturdays, beginning October (Fall) 10 a.m.- 12 noon FEE: ;