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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THt UTHBRIDOt HERAID Tufidoy, Sepl.mb.r H7i J-amily win Executive named by women curlers draws; Faye Colcraan, mem- jcrship; Jeancttc Scotter, publicity; Jesse Baalim, prizes and Jean Ainscough, social. The club championship Alrd trophy and Seemau best over- all trophy were won by Norma Douglas and her teammates. Vivian Smith received the Special Occasion Shop trophy and Irene Lindsay won the Toy- ota Travel Centre silverware. The club will hold the first draw of the season OQ Mon- day, Oct. 16th with the annual fall banquet being held on Oct. 10th. Women Interested In Join- Ing the club are asked to con tact Faye Coleman at 328-2689 before Sept. WLh. MAKG HYLANDS President The Lethhridge Women's Curling Club recently elected the new 1972-73 executive, with Marg Rylands named presi- dent, and Lee Gerth as past president. Other officers are Irene Thompson, first vice president; Irma Shaw, second vice presi- dent; Bev Kurtz, secretary; Shig Sakamoto, treasurer; Mynra McQuarrie, In charge o! a out an of- town The Ldhbridge Branch ot the Registered Music Teachers' As- sociation hosted a reception a the home of Dr.- and Mrs. W A. Nelson in honor of pianis Jeffcry Caiman. Assisting were Mrs. J. P. Foster, Mrs. J. Wo- iak, Mrs. A Davies, Mrs. Leu Schroeder and Miss C a r 1 a Young. SAVE ON THESE 50th BIRTHDAY SPECIALS CHAVOISETTE KNITS SAVE 1.49 on every yard of this papular knit fabric. Lovely silky knit thai drapes beau- llfully. Good range of colors. Com- pletely washable and crease resislanh, Aboul 60" wide. Reg. 5.9B. SPECIAL YD. m WOVEN PLAID KNITS Sew yourself a beautiful mil or greal savings, from (his polyester knit. Choice of blue, navy, brown plaid Qft check on while, Aboul 62" wide. SpECIAl......YD. tm JERSEY PRINTS Of polyester, so you know they're washable, ana1 hardly need any froning. Good range of colon and" patterns, for blouses la tone in wilh your and fM QR skirK Abuot 45" wide. SPECIAL YD. Silkolina (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 320 7th ST. 5. (1 WIEK SPECIAL ONIY) Scientist trades microscope for career in show business By MIC1IELE TETU OTTAWA Suznn Mor- rall left Ottawa to attend Sir George Williams University in Montreal wilh her sights on a career in marine biology. Now at age 27, she has both a master's degree in marine science and several motion pic- ture and television credits. The woman who discovered Hie reproduction method ol tropical green nlgac lias traded dcius idea, It's no one else's business whether or not B woman Is married." Husband Terry agreed with her. Their next project Is a docu- mentary starring Suzan as a London model, working her way to the cover of Vogue magazine. d-ocal J-Ja FROM SCIENCE TO SCREEN Susan Morrall, 27, has bolh a master's degree in marine science and several moMon picture a nd television credits. She grew up in Ottawa, bul now lives her film-maker husband, Terence Ryan, in Britain. (CP Pholo) Mothers fears unrealized: Gail got married after all By KAY DAHTLETT NEW YOHK ers are asked to phone 327- 3264 by tonight. Members and 'rlends welcome. The Lethbridge Branch A tho Multiple Sclerosis Society will meet Wednesday at p.m. In the auxiliary hospital. The regular meeting of the 60 Plus Club will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. in Fust Unit- ed Church. Hostesses will be Mrs. M. Nichol and Mrs. N. Norman. Members and friends welcome. St. Peter ant! St. Paul's La- dles' Aid will hold a regular meeting at fl p.m. tonight. Hos- tesses will he Mrs. Helen Gill and Mrs. Catherine Koskovich. New members vrelcomc Westminster Badminton Club will meet at p.m. tonight in Westminster School gymna- sium. Everyone welcome. Christian Science testi- mony meeting will be held on Wednesday at p.m. In tha church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I I Dr. Terri.. .Mort of hit prejcripllohs to filled ot a travel agency." Shining record MELBOURNE, Australia (Renter) Four teen-agers have polished pairs ol shoes in 18 hours, breaking a shoe-polishing world record set by (our British scouts last year. DAYS AT THE betty snap WOODS I SKI JACKETS Get lei new for winles In ems of ihcEB famous ior warmth wilh- oul weight jaVeli. Reg. Priced ot SPECIAL Don'! MTsi Old Fashioned Days at Centre Village betty i FASHION ACCOUNT CARD YOUR TO A DELIGHTFUL WORLD OF FASHION' betty shop CCNTM VIHAGI MAIL ;