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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 27, 1973 'The Herald Sadie Hawkins Day 'amusing' for students at Wilson High By CINDY ANDERSON Wilson Junior High Hoie I sit, pen in hand dic- tionaiv in the other, with a Special! 2 DAYS ONLY! SEPT. 28th and 29th SPECIAL ONLY Wait til you taste how good char broiled beef is when it's done the Brazier way' Big Brazier oacks Ib of beef into .a jumbo toasted sesame seed bun, and you get our Scrumpdillyishus french fries and a milk shake. Treat the whole family and save Queen HoW'O You UKf. JO ADOPT A PAMILY, MR VVILSOtJ JUST RCTCTOIfoHT1' "LET'S ALL GOTO DAlR-Y QUEEN' 516 13th Street North Phone 327-4855 Reg U S Pat Off An D Q Corp 1973 Am D Q Corp very perplexed look on my lace, wondering what in the world to write about Wilson Junior High Since the school year has just recently started, many of the activities have yet to begin Though just recently we had "spirit week" at our school It began with Sadie Hawkins Day It was amusing to see most of the students dressed up m the gaudiest out- tits Overwhelming is hardly the word to describe students who showed up wearing Grandpa's overalls, straw hat and painted on freckles. Then came Teachers' Day. This is a type of revenge from the students toward the teachers The students have the right to dress up their teacher in whatever they dream up The Wilson teachers should receive credit for their high Group tries to involve community SHERWOOD PARK, Alta (CP) Students at Archbishop Jordan High School in this hamlet on the outskirts of Edmonton skip regular classes every Wednesday But it's not a case of mass truancy The school this year is try- ing to get its students into the community and the communi- ty into the school To accomplish this, the 706 junior and senior high school students attend regular classes Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday But Wednesday the school becomes a centre for such things as sports activities, arts, crafts and general interest courses Students may attend or they can go to such places as the University of Alberta, public libraries or commercial or in- dustrial installations to enrich their studies PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS Prime Minister led the Socialist bloc in Sweden's close national elections. HOW DO YOU RATE? 71 to 80 points Good 91 to 100 points T i? SCORE1 61 to 70 points Fair 81 to 90 points 60 or Under' H mm1 FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you think should be done to curb inflation? R NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The United Auto Workers union and the Chrysler Corporation were able to negotiate a new con- tract in time to avoid a strike. True or False? 2 Crown Prince Carl Gustaf became the new King of after his grandfather, King Gustaf VI Adolf, died at age 90. a-Norway b- Sweden c-Luxembourg 3 The widow of ousted Chilean President Salvador Allende (CHOOSE ONE; confirmed, denied) the military and police reports that her husband committed suicide. 4 Negotiators for the Pathet Lao and the Laotian government of Prince Souvanna Phouma signed an agreement setting up a coalition government. Does the agreement call for the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Laos? 5 French President Georges Pompidou finished a week-long visit to a-the Soviet Union b-West Germany People's Republic of China PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....adopt a-to guarantee 2.....insurgent 3.....unsure 4.__adapt 5.....insure b-to take or accept c-to adjust to a situation d-not certain e-a rebel PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Lmmett Hall a-Japanese Prime Min- ister 2.....Masayoshi Ohira b-member of British Col- umbia Legislature 3.....Bill Bennett 4.....Bobby Orr 5.....Kakuei Tanaka 924-73 c-defenceman, Boston Bruins d-retired Supreme Court of Canada judge e-Japanese foreign Min- ister VEC, Inc. STUDENTS Save Examination1 Valuable Reference Material for Exams ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE spirits while they struggled through the day Concluding spirit week was the Penny Carnival It held surprises for even one The arousing imaginative students made it a penny tossing success for the students coun- cil Earnings were 98 That was a terrific start for the school year Our talented football team has run and tackled their waj into first place as they did last vear It is hoped they win the trophy for the second time Also in its second year are two outdoor survival classes llns is when the citv-shekei kids leuin ot the outdoors, buijs and camping Just last week the survival c Liss trooped down to Indian Battle Park lor breakfast It must have been quite interesting to see many ot the students eating their bieakfcists while sitting in a tiee all know at Wilson schooling is verv important But we don't have the 01- dinan wavs of learning but a lot of extras At Wilson, they have so much it hardly seems like a school Many new faces on LCC campus By CAROL HOVDE Lethbridge Community College The Lethbnage Community College is in full swing for the fall semester A lot of new faces are seen in the halls this year I'd like to welcome all the students who have come to the college for the first time Se- cond year students are finally getting to classes on time, and it looks like a good year Last week the college was honored to have Premier Peter Lougheed at an early campus breakfast The students were well represented and the discus- sion with the Premier .and some of his cabinet ministers centered around general college concerns As far as future activities go, the rodeo club will be attending the Olds Annual College Rodeo on Saturday Also on the same day, the college equestrian team has its final performance of the year at Lacornbe Then on October 11, the LCC tricycle experts" will challenge the high schools to tricycle races LCC clubs are really getting 10 girls ready to cheer By ROSI KUNST and YOLAYNE JANG Hamilton Junior High A busy active group of girls doing their thing at noon in the Hamilton auditorium are the football cheerleaders Later on in the year, the basketball cheerleaders will get organized Football cheerleadmg is restricted to Grade 9 girls However, Grades 7, 8 and 9 girls will be eligible to par- ticipate when the basketball season starts This fall, the football cheerleadmg squad consists of Yolayne Jang as captain. Lisa Prosk as co-captain. Joyce Melnyk, Robbie Blenner- Hassett, Louise Miller, Sheree Ogden and substitute is Wendv Terry The managers are Marianne Hickson, Evelyn Shardlow and Bonny Harsany The squad was chosen last semester in order to get a better start in learning new cheers The 10 cheerleaders were chosen from more then 30 girls who participated in the tryouts Linda is the advisor of the group The main purpose of the cheerleaders is to help keep up school spirit Recently, they led a pep rally in the school auditorium for the foot- ball players They did their routines and in sdme cheers, the whole student body par- ticipated The types of routines the cheerleaders do are crowd cheers, side cheers and centre cheers With the crowd cheers, everyone participates but centre cheers are for the cheerleadmg squad only New store ordered NATAL (HNS) The Elk Valley Consumers Co-op has ordered a new 000 store building, scheduled foi about Nov It will be a steel Butler building of square feet Construction time after the arrival of the building will be approximately two weeks The co-op has been granted permission (3 remain in the old building at Natal until Dec 31, with a possible exten- sion of three months should there bo delays in constructing the new building Construction is under the m