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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, September 17, 1971 win Scholarship presented WARNER (HNS) - The Meisser centennial scholarship was presented to Frank Wong, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wong, by Warner High School principal J. Moshurchak recently. The scholarship is awarded annually to the student who obtains all his high school education in Warner and who attains the highest matriculation standing in Grade 12 departmental examinations. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Corner Campus By ROBERTA HARRISON Kate Andrews High School CTUDENTS retu r n i n g to Kate Andrews High School are full of tales of various exploits undertaken during the long, hot summer. The more enterprising pursued summer jobs while others enjoyed the sun and the holidays in a more relaxing manner. Many basked in the sun to their hearts' content while others hitch hiked around the country. Some participated in various government sponsored programs such as Augur, Edu-canada and the Student Involvement Program. As a student on one of the Educanada trips I was shown the beautiful city of Ottawa from an interesting and educational point of view. We left from Calgary on a bright sunny day in an airplane chartered specifically for us. Acquaintances were made and there was a tingle of excitement in the air. During the ride the pilot' was especially good to us as he pointed out cities far below; the 'night line' on the horizon and other points of interest. On arrival in Ottawa we were greeted warmly by our bilingual guides and ushered into an amphitheatre where we were briefed on the rules of the tour. We were assigned lockers and roommates and met the rest of the students on that tour; in all 376. They hailed from all parts of Ontario, Newfoundland and Alberta. From then on the days were a rush of tours. Stop number one was the Parliament Buildings and most of us saw the changing of the guards here for the first time. In the Supreme Court, we enacted a court case to understand court procedures better. At Rideau Hall, I was thrilled to glimpse a side view of the Personal involvement, CCH parents told Religious school course expanded REAL Governor - General! We even managed a day's trip to Montreal and "Man and His World." There were picnics in the parks, a concert at the National Arts Center of Canada, a boat trip down the Ottawa River and one evening some of the guards from Rideau Hall (University students working there) came and gave the girls a little basic training in marching drills. J Girls who never dreamed ofj enjoying anything to do with Physics found the Museum of Science and Technology enthralling. It consisted of thousands of experiments, all operated by the viewer. We visited a planetarium, the War Museum and the Canadian Mint. It was a fantastic time. By the end of the week we were dropping from fatigue but we were reluctant to leave our new friends and all the excitement to start the trip back to Alberta. At home once more, we found some students already preparing for the next school term. Dedicated football players and cheerleaders were ending their summer at tryouts and practices. Now we are back to school tackling our work with an enthusiasm born of a prolonged holiday. Our cheerleaders are zesty and exuberant and have cheered our mighty football squad on to their first victory. Can we keep it up? (Five Kate Andrews students participated in EDUCANADA. The others were Jock Thompson, Lena Neufeldt, Gerri Vaselenak Margaret Wall.) (The views voiced in the above colnmn do not necessarily concnr with either those of The Herald or Leister's, hot are a reflection of the student's opinion.) By MAUREEN JAMIESON Staff Writer The new religious education program is intended to encourage s t u d e n t s to participate more freely and to encourage greater personal involvement, Father William Kelly told more than 200 parents this week at the Catholic Central High School home and school meeting. Stan Sawicki, CCHS priirei-paJ, stressed the fact that parents have the right to know what is going on in the school, and that it is the duty of the school to provide this information. Religion became an accredited course in Alberta high schools mis year. Accordingly, the principle topic of the evening was th� school's new rell gious education program which is under the direction of rell gious education consultant, Father Kelly, of the Basilian Order. Father Kelly came to CCHS im 1967 from the staff of St. Mary's Boys' School, Calgary. Children of today's multi-media world differ greatly from their predecessors, Father Kel ly said. They have, he said, widely different experiences, and are skilled in using various senses simultaneously. This makes it possible for them to listen to the radio and watch TV while they study. He also feels that teaching methods in religion, as in other fields of learning, must be tailored to the students' needs. Audio visual aids are used extern s i v e 1 y throughout the course to provide a three-dim. ensional approach. In addition, the school has more than 300 books containing resource material for teachers of religion. The course aims at educating students to think critically and reflectively and to evaluate the beliefs and values to which they are exposed today. It is hoped to relate all aspects of life to religion. The objectives range from showing Grade 8 students bow to relate their own experiences to life and revelation, through to the Grade 12 course where students will look at religious options in their own lives, the importance of faith and the church to the Catholic, and finally the church's approach to the marriage sacrament. The final speaker, Father Watrin, stressed the point that LEISTER'S MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the teleetient you want and tend to u�. You'll receive your records for only $1.00 each, �lease add 15c postage an order* $4.00 and under. [ ] 1. CHURCH BELLS RINGING-The Dusk [ ] 2. NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN-Joan Baez [ ] 3. GO AWAY LITTLE GIRL-Donny Osmond [ ] 4. SONG OF LOVE-Delaney and Bonnie [ ] 5. MAGGIE MAY/REASON TO BELIEVE-Rod Stewart [ ] 6. WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN-The Who [ ] 7. UNCLE ALBERT/ADMIRAL HALSEY-Paul and Linda McCartney [ ] t. MEND A BROKEN HEART-The Bee Gees [ ] 9. YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND-James Taylor [ ] 10. DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN-Lee Michaels Mil. DOWN BY THE RIVER-Joey Gregorash [ ] 12. SUPERSTAR-The Carpenters God's children should seek His lowed the meeting, and parents plans and follow them, rather had the opportunity to meet than seek His help for their more than 40 of the 47 teach- own plans. ers on staff and to explore the An informal coffee break fol- rambling CCHS complex. -3n and of t on t own Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fere-gotto of Crowsnest, B.C., were guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Svoboda. MAY LOSE VALUE Potatoes peeled ahead of time or left standing after cooking may lose some of their nutrients. LADY LONGSHOREMEN - Wearing their hard hats, jeans and boots, Anna lav-ares (left) and Angelina Watkins are about to board a ship in Providence R. I. Astevedores. They are the first women in that job at the Providence Municipal Wharf in the memory of anyone working there. The stevedore business is not entirely unfamiliar to the two women, both 37, and the daughters of longshoremen. DEAR ANN LANDERS; I hope you will print this. It might help some unfortunate girl get wise to her situation. When a man keeps a mistress in the shadows he does so for a very interesting reason, one which most mistresses do not understand. She is, of course, led to believe that if it were only possible, the man would leave his wife and marry her so the whole world could know of their great love. But usually the truth is he will not divorce his wife and marry her because it would defeat his purpose. If he married her, she would then be a part of the real world, which is exactly what he is trying to escape. She would be no different from his present wife. The excitement would vanish. The man who takes a mistress, does so not because she is the love of his life, whom he met too late, but because he wants to flee from the demands of everyday living which have become too heavy. The fact of the matter is, if he had the guts to stand up to life, he wouldn't need her.-Standing Up In Wilmington, N.C. DEAR STANDING: You sound like a guy who has been there. Thanks for writing. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell me what to do about our 15-year-old daughter. Several months ago, Lisa started to hang around the service station a few blocks from here. When we discovered she had a crush on a 19-year-old boy who works the night shift, we checked into the boy's background and found out he is no good. We told Lisa she was not to see the boy again. For several days she was quiet and sullen but seemed to be behaving. On a hunch, I checked her bed at 11:30 p.m. one night and she was not in it. I sent my husband down to the service station and sure enough, she was there. He brought her home. Last week the boy's picture was in the paper in connection with a holdup. We are relieved because now he is in jail and Lisa knows he's a bad character. But she is taking it so hard we don't know how to deal with her. The girl will not eat with the family and she looks like the wrath of God. I discovered that she's been sleeping in the dress she was wearing when she was last with him "because it smells like him." (Gasoline). She- wants to go see him in jail and we will not allow it. Are we wrong? Please, Ann, suggest something to get our daughter back on the track.-Distraught Parents in Shtomokin DEAR PARENTS: Your daughter needs more than 8 suggestion from me. She needs professional counselling and 1 urge you to see that she gets it. It sounds as if this girl's been out of control for quite some time. Get going. A Calendar Of Local happenings The Lethbridge Handicrafts Guild will hold its first meeting of the fall season on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bowman Arte Centre. All women interested in learning to weave are invited to attend. Classes in weaving are held every Tuesday from 2-4 p.m. * * * Ladies of the Order of the Royal Purple will hold their Christmas tea and bake sale on Wednesday, Nov. 24, in the Elks' Hall, Lethbridge, from 2-5 p.m. Everyone welcome. * * * The Lethbridge Dental Nurses and Assistants will meet at the home of Mildred Story, 1713 13 Ave. S. on Monday at 8 p.m. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes SEPTEMBER SPECIALS at LEISTER'S 5.95 10,o 50% 10% OFF  ALL 8 TRACK TAPES .......................  CLEARING STOCK - Tape Recorders, Speakers, etc. Savings from ....  AMPEX REEL TO REEL TAPES-AII sizes and lengths .............. * COMING EVENTS * SCOTTISH WHITE HEATHER CONCERT Sept. 21 TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTER'S LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT EXHIBITION SWEEPSTAKE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S THE PLAY "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" GEORGE BERNARD SHAW Yates - Sept. 25 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Presented by the UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY DRAMA SOCIETY Tickets Available At leister's ' LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. | PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDO., LETHBRIDGE | NAME................................... |^ ADDRESS ................................ "Of course there are more important things than money.. .Why do you think I trade it for dresses, hats, shoes, coats?..." KEEP FIT AND VOLLEYBALL REGISTER AT CLASSES GILBERT PATERSON STARTING MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 8-10 p.m. Mrs. Nettie Marse instructing HAMILTON STARTING TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 8-10 p.m. (Primarily volleyball). Mrs. Shirley Ellerman instructing GALBRAITH STARTING THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 8-10 p.m. Mrs. Carol Gemer instructing NOW UNDER CO-OPERATIVE YWCA AND PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAM Hi - Hopes Tops Chapter will hold its weekly meeting Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the basement of St. Augustine's Church on 11 St. New members welcome. * * * The annual chrysanthemum tea, sponsored by the Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter IODE, will be held at Frache's Greenhouses on Dec. 1. * * * The fall meeting of the women's auxiliary to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the hospital lounge. All members requested to attend and bring a friend. * � * South minster Circle Square Dance Club will hold its regular dance Saturday at 8 p.m. in Southminster hall. All squaredancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. * * * Fort Macleod Old Time Dance Club annual harvest ball will be held in the Elks Hall Friday, Oct. 1, from 8:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Lunch served. Admission charge. All welcome. * * * The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Associated Canadian Travellers will be held Friday at 7 p.m. in the Park Plaza. Keeps better Before refrigerating celery, remove discolored tips, excess leaves and damaged stalks and trim a thin slice off the butt, or root end. CARPET and LINO (Complete Installations)) Free Estimatesl No Obligation! PHONE. 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South" LADIES OF THE ORDER OF THE ROYAL PURPLE CHRISTMAS TREE AND BAKE SALE Wed., Nov. 24 - Elks Hall 2 to S P.M. EVERYONE WELCOME A GOOD HEAD - Charles L. Fefferman has a good head. In fact, one of the best around in the field of mathematics. At the age of 14, Charles entered the University of Maryland from a junior high school. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University at the age of 20. A year ago, Fefferman was an assistant professor in the math department at the University of Chicago. Now, at 22, an age when many young people are looking for a direction or are just beginning to establish careers, Charles is a full professor with life tenure. He is probably the youngest full professor at any major university. love is... ... that sympathetic look when things go wrong. twW roi LM WU WW CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, SEPT. 17th - 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Garnet $30 in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game $40 5 CARDS FOR $1.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT $120-56 NUMBERS LUCKY DRAW NOW WORTH $7 LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH $77 Persons Undtr 16 Tear* Nor Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB Fresh from England.The Rimmel line of Beauty Preparations. Now in Canada. A wide range of Beaut/ products by RIMMEL ... for your eyes, for your lips, for your complexion, for fragrance. Check the new RIMMEL Beauty Boutique. It has everything for your personal Beauty. Make sure you insist on RIMMEL. You can't buy better. Available at your A.R.P. Stores In Lethbridge. WESTMINSTER Drug Ltd. 425 Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone 328-7833 BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-3760 ;