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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta COMPARING NOTES Elsie Rasmussen, left, and Fran Dalquist, right, co-ord- inalors of the Iras Club No. 4 Daughter! of Ihe Nile Zodiac Fashion compare ideas for the Oct. showing. The fashion display is to be held Oct. 2 in the Votes Centre at p.m. Fashions by Foye's, Gentlemen 111 and Bikman Knits. Proceeds for Crippled Children's Fund. A Calendar Of Local Happenings The Whirl A W a y s will square and round dance in Sen- ator Buchanan School on Mon- day at p.m. sharp. All square dancers are welcome. Women are requested to bring a box lunch. The regular montnly meeting of Bie Ladies Auxiliary ANAF No. 58 will be held Monday at 8 p.m. LIKE. NEW AGAINI CALL US FOR QUALITY RE-UPHOLSTERY CHESTERFIELDS CHAIRS STOOLS Phone 327-7711 B; FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 5th Street South IASTEDO Friendship Tea ami bake sal being sponsored by the Mapl Leaf Chapter No. 7 OES Sat urday, Oct. 31 from 2 to 5 p.m in Southminster Church hal Everyone welcome. The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to St. Mi chael's Hospital will be hel Monday at 8 p.m. in the nurses residence. A film on German Measles and ILs Complications will be shown. The film is open to the public and a good alten dance is requested. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6th Avt. A ond 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cardt for 1.00 or 256 Each Twelve 7 Number Garnet JACKPOT Free Games and Fret Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed PERM SPECIALS! WED. AND THUDS., SEPT, 23, 24 Reg. 12.50. Q.35 Reg. 15.00. Q.J5 Special O Special SHAMPOO and SET wirh HAIRCUT Regular 4.75 Special 3.50 THERESA'S BEAUTY SALON 740 4 Ave. S. Prafeiilonal lldg. NKT TO POST OFFICE PHONE 358.4454 FOR SUPERVISORS AND EXECUTIVES- The School of Continuing Education at the Lethbridge Community College Presents THE AMERICAN MANAGEMENT FILM LECTURE SERIES BASIC PRINCIPLES Of SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT Beginning Sept. 3Dth SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT" LEADERSHIP SKILLS Beginning October 5th The School olio offers many elher courses lamplei of A STUDY OF THE WORLD-LECTURES AND SLIDES Presented by Mrs. Marion Virtue AN EDUCATION IN MEAT BUYING Intruded by Mr. Grant Wood FAMILY FINANCE Inilrueled by Mr. John Go go CREATING THE PROPER ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN Instructed by leading pcychologiin and Fiychi'afrif Ft of Lerhbridge SPECIAL SNOWMOBILE CARE, SERVICE AND SAFETY COURSES Learn how lo operate and properly care for a inowmobJIe Coune dalcs-3 Tuesdays beginning October 13th p.m. 2 Saturdays beginning November 7th a.m. FEE REAL ESATE APPRAISALS ACCREDITED PROGRAM Beginning Tuesday, October 6th, 1970 For further Information telephone 357-5M1, extension 558 Coaldale Arts and Crafts wi meet at the Kate Andrew High School staff room Mo day at p.m. All members are urged to attend. All members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Can dian Legion are invited to a tend a pot luck supper to b held in the Memorial Hall a p.m. Tuesday. The regi lar meeting will follow at p.m. Dinner meeting for Quota Olub will be held Tuesday B p.m. in the Marquis Hote Regular FOE Bingo torrigh at 8 p.m. in the Eagles' ball Jackpot is in 57 numbers Everyone welcome. Minus One Club will hold social evening in Southminster Church upper hall on Honda at 8 p.m. Gil Poirier will HI tertain. All unattached person, are invited to attend. For more Information call 327-1448, after 5 p.m. e Southminster Circle Square dance club invite all couples interested in learning to squar dance to attend a get acquainted fun dance in South minster hall, 11 St. S. at p.m. Monday. The Ladies of The Oldtimers Pemmican Club are holding a Tea and Bake Sale in the Clul Rooms on Saturday Sept. 26, a 2 p.m. Door prize. Everyone welcome. Letlibridge Old Time Dance Assn. starts its new season next Saturday in the Assump- tion School at p.m. Every one welcome. Fort M a c 1 e o d Square dancers will hold the fire square dance of the season Monday at p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m 0 be held in the Elementary School. Women are requestec a bring a box lunch. Woman's Auxiliary to the Auxiliary Hospital meet Monday at 2, p.m. Mem- bers are reminded of coffee coupons. WEIGHTY JOURNEY Walking one mile exerts a ressurc of pounds on our feet. IN CA1GARY STAY AT TNI ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCE) 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV and Ico Dial Phones in oil unit! Minutes from Shopping Centre- Stampede Groundi Moderate Roles Phone. 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL EK Institute On Nursing In October KIMBERLEY Mrs. JoAnn Wood will be the resource per- son for the East Kootenay Con- tinuing Education Institute for nurse practitioners to be held in Cranbrook in October. Mrs. Wood is presently on the faculty of UBC School of Nurs- ing with teaching responsibili- ties in 'the area of normal hu- man behaviour and psychiatric nursing, as well 'as being co- ordinator of field work for first year nursing students. She is also chairman of the Provincial Committee ol Con- tinuing Nurse Education in Psychiatric Nursing. The Institute is entitled Nurs- ing the Now Patient, and con- stitutes a study of Ihe emotion- al aspects of patient care. Mrs. Lyn .Reynolds, chair- man of the East Kootenay Planning Committee, states that programs and registration forms are available' from supervisors anti Directors of Nursing in hospitals and Health Unils in the Koolenays and southern Alberta. FOOD FOR BEAUTY Teen-agers are going over- board for yogurt and other healthy foods. Look at the rash of health food shops sprouting and the growth of the dairy sec- tions in the super markets. If you're the guiding light of a young family, supplement this health food fanfare with an all-clear skin program for the teen-agers. Medicated face wash, astringent, and those cleansing grains that really "dig" the grime they're the way a skin gets healthy. Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our daughter Is being married in a lew weeks. A wedding gilt arrived this morning from a relative. On the bottom o[ the gilt was a price sticker at least twice the amount the gilt was worth. It had been taken off something else. The gilt was beautifully wrapped by the city's largest department store. On the inside was a slip which read, "Senders Own." I didn't need (o see the slip. I knew It was tlie "sender's mvn" probably something she had brought down from tlie attic. When this relative's daughter was married, we spent more money than we should have because we wanted to give her something special. And now oar daughter gets this piece of second-hand junk. Should I say something to her? Disgust Unlimiled DEAR D.U.: Say nothing. You've gotten rid of most of your anger by writing to me. By the lime this letter ap- pears in print you might even be able to laugh about it. I hope so. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "IF there's anything I hate the rough on a it's winding up in putt." Saturday, September 19, 1970 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Miniskirted School Girl Rejects Co-Ed System BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) Melinda Herlel, who wears miniskirts just because it's the fashion, is a one-girl Non-Polluting Packaging Investigated TORONTO X iipnr II bow Htm touch ncney n you forced la ipod under your legal oWrplufl? M5.35 CM TOD dioou from all labels 'and artists? It ewrjr record JOB mini aviilabie lo jca at a discount? Can you buy any carlridf e (apes at discount? umot fill 1370 IMM 12 NO NO NO NO NO NO NO