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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANJJKHS: How do you loll someone you love tbat a personality Irak of his drives people up Llie wall? Jim is so slow in conversation that it Lakes tremendous self control lo keep from shrieking, Kor Lord's sake hurry up and get lo the You know he is going lo say long before lie says it. Friends nnd relatives suffer in silence. Their discomfort is apparent io everyone but Jim. Employers arc not so compassionate. Jim just lost his seventh job in four years nnd lie is very depressed, lie has no concept of liow he comes across lo others, in spile of the hints. lie considers himself methodical and blames the job losses on "people who are out to gel him." Tills traiL is ruining our lives ami I'm so worried I'm sick. I can't bear to hurt his pride by telling him he's so slow he irrilate.s people beyond talief and lhat only friends and rela- tives will put up wilh Me III And Tired Because I'm Both DF.AR 1U, AND TIRED: For the love of heaven TELL HIM in plain language exactly what you have told me. Your silence is hurting him worse that anything you might say. Perhaps he cannot conquer Hie habit completely, but he should he laid so he can go to work on it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I want lo comment on the letter from "Second Time the woman who objected to her husband's children helping themselves to silver, china, paintings and so on after their mother's funeral. First let me say, no child lias the right to lake things from a parent's home unless H is offered. But it seems to me that a woman with grown children should have a will lhat gives her children the legal right to specific possessions. I speak from experience as one who married a man wilh grown children. My husband's ex-wife had in ill health for a long time, and I was surprised that stie had made no such provisions. (Our home was filled with her treasures.) The cliildre-n didn't ask for anything but I suggested that they telJ their father what they'd like. Secretly, I hoped they'd take everything. 1 felt uncomfort- able surrounded by the baroque and exquisite objects of art which reflected my predecessor's lasto. I was delighted and relieved when their father lold them to help themselves. When they just about cleaned the place out, I did not consider them greedy. I was grateful. Been There Also DEAR B.T.A.: Your letter confirms my hunch that most second wives would prefer a modest apartment which reflects her own tnslc rather than inherit the treasures of a first wife. COL, nuniox PEDLAR MRS. Women mecl tomorrow an a on t or to wn Preliminary plans have been iiiade lo liold the ammal (all bazaar on N7ovcm- ber 1 with Mrs. W. A. S. John- stone, as convener, sponsored by the Women's Federation o[ St. Andre Presbyterian Church. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently held a preferential lea at the liome of Mrs. Ethel Ilia- gins. Honored guesls were Mrs. Sandra Radcliftc, Mrs. Sherriti Sarsfield. Mrs. Eunice Kirr, Mrs. Judy Corbett, Mrs. Ann I.ynde, Mrs. I.indn Park, Mrs. Gleruia Gellatly, Mrs. Barbara Marshalsay, anil Mrs. Debbie Taylor. Invited guests were Mrs. Gladys Simons and Mrs. Myrl Short. Special guest was Mrs. Anne Campbell, Tan's lady of (he year. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 T2lh SI. "C" N. Fri., Apr, 14th Starts ol p.m. Doon Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4Fh, 8lh and 12lh Games in 7 Numbers WORTH in 52 Numbaii Sorry No Ona Under 16 Years of Ago Allowed 'own Pourcrs Bl ttic tea were Mrs. Roni Hermanulz, Mrs. Joan Robinson, Mrs. Gladys Simons, ami Mrs. Caran Moss. The chapter's girl of Uic year is Mrs. Sue Barnes and plcdgo of the year is Airs. Caran Moss. Sharing the pouring honors at. Ihe spring tea being presentee hy the women of McKillop Church on Saturday in Ihc ctiurch ball, from 2 to 5 p.m. will be the Rev. Florence Wil- kinson, Mrs. L. B. Jones, Mrs S. K. Sproul, Mrs, N. H. Quick, Mrs. II. Van Egleren and Mrs. C. Greene. Greeting Ihe guests through- out the uflcrnoon will be: Mrs. H. A. Madill, Mrs. A. n. Skol- rood, Mrs. L. G. Carefoot, Mrs G. H. Castles, and Mrs. R Johnston. Seri'iteurs will include: Mrs C. Orion, Mrs. T. Morris, Mrs E. WagnesSp Mrs. W. Rice; Mrs. H. A. Madill, Mrs. C. I A. Rosaine, Mrs, M. McKague, Mrs. I. W. Swanson; Mrs. J. G. Barr, Mrs. D. Bessie, Mrs, W. C. Cameron, Mrs. II. Goodall; Mrs. J. Nagy, Mrs. P. Prato, Mrs. R. W. Grccno, Mrs. J. R. Rccd, Mrs. T. E. Nolan and Mrs. L, J. Saunders, A nursery will be provided which the girls of the CG1T will supervise, assisted by adulls including Mrs. C. Vanclenbrink. The usual bake table will be convened by the Madill and Skolrood Units, while the kitch- en will he- staffed by the Tliorn- (on and Myers Units, League rally Delegates from Calgary.' River, Fort Maclcod and ither points in southern Alberta .vill gather in Lclhbridge on Friday for the Salvation Army's Home League ralty. The Home League is the women's fellowship of the Sal- vation Army, and its member- ship is made up of women from ,'arions denominations. The .caguc's program covers wor- ship, service, education and fel- lowship. Special guests al the rally ivill he Colonel and Mrs. Burlon Pedlar, who hnve recently been assigned lo special services in Toronto. Col. and Mrs. Pedlar have been officers for a combined lolal uf 72 years, and have served in Canada, China, India, Ceylon, Hong Kong and Ber- muda. They will be accompanied by Major and Mrs. Clarence Bur- rows, divisional commanders for Alberta, and Captain Bar- bara Williams, divisional youth secretary for Alberta. Joy is like Ihe rain is Ihe theme of this year's rally, and the program will commence in the citadel aL p.m. with coffee Ume and will include a fashion show by Carousel Knit- ting Shop, resin craft display by Mrs. Henry Heidebrccht. and displays of antiques and creative talent. The rally starts at p.m., and is open lo all interested women. H will be followed by a banquet for the delegates, which be catered by the women of the Presbyterian Church. There will be a missionary rally aL p.m., with special music provided by Ihe Bell timbers and the Mini Singers ol Ihe Anne Campbell Singers. The aim of the missionary project is lo provide adequate facilities for an outpatients' complex at the Howard Hospi- tal at Rhodesia. The public is invited to attend the evening rally. calendar of local Iiancnimjl The miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Susan McKiufcht which was cancelled because o the snow storm on March 26, will be held Sunday, April 1L> at '1 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Everyone who received in- vitations for Ihc previous dale is invited. There will be a rummage sale at the Ilethlen Prcshyler- ian Church Hall, 1020 10 jUc. N. on Saturday at 9 ii.m Tim Ladies' Auxiliary to KOE No. 2100 will hold a regular meeting on Thursday al H p.m. in the Ragles Hall. Hostesses will be as arranged. There will be an initiation. V Green acres Lodge will hold its I2th annual tea on Wednes- day, May 17, and tne Golden Acres Lodge will hold its Gth annual tea on Wednesday, May 31. Each event will commence al 2 p.m., and will feature ba- zaar, bake tables and an open house. The Ladies' Auxiliary lo the Devon Nursing Home will hold a home bakitig sale on Satur- day from 2-5 p.m. aL Centre Village Mall. The Tuesday Evening unit of SouthmJnster UCW will hold a rummage sale on Saturday at a.m. in the church hall. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Auxiliary Soci- ety Incorporated, will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 of j the Civic Sports Centre. Bingo u-ill he played anr! lunch served. A good attendance is requested. RUMMAGE SALE SOUTHMINSTER TUES, EVENING U.C.W. Saturday, April 15, al a.m. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH HALL L.C.I. WORKSHOP Prescnls a MAKE-UP WORKSHOP SATURDAY, APRIL 15th 9 00 n.nv to 5 p.m. PER PERSON LCI Beauty Culture Room DIAMOND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. George Peircmuch, will be honored on iheir 60lli wedding anniversary wilh on open house al Souih'aiid N losing Home, 15lh S'. and 15lh Avc. N The couple bos lived in Ihe Hardievillc ond Coaldale disfricls, and moved lo Lclhbridge in 1970. They have three children, (our grandchildren and ons greal grandchild. Al! friends and relatives ore welcome lo COT.? nnd call on Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. at Iho home. No gil's, by re quesl. School is fun ST. TELESPHORK. Quo (Cri Ann Campbell on a five-year assignment io out1 u( IliG last one-room st'lioolhnuse.s in Quebec, says lhat lier IG-lo-L j student teacher rat in allows j closer relationships wiLh clenls. Ranging in aye from six to ]3P younger children can lis- ten in on lessens for seniors .nnrj' get a preview of they'll DO studying later. j JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, April 13th Sponsored by ladies' Ard of Si. Pelcr find Si. Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 1211) STREEI B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starls ol and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No Jockpol S18 P01 o' Gold S21 2SC PE3 CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO fREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZf PersQin undor 16 ycart nol nllawetl SILKEN EVENING WEAR _ This silk evening gown, featuring exotic blue and turquoise paltern ict against a midnight black background, is the work of designer Emilfo Pucci. It is part of the new collection presented in Florence, Italy, this week by leading Italian designers. Operator turns repairman 5TYLI5T5TRHCrl5TlTCrr Safp-A-Thon spotlights STRLTCH SEWING this fabulous STVI 1ST" STRETCH STLTCM SEWING MACHINE loaded wilh Singer' tenlures al special savings! Hexi-Slilch Disc System Ovorndge F-lexi-Stilch Discs for Stretch Fabrics Eleven Lnlerchangpable Pipxi-Slilr.h and fashion Discs Huifl-ln OliQdSiilchFe-iturq liiiiivG Drop-in Uotbm Quick Change "Ensp-on Pressor Feel Ihe time to make Ih fashion move lo Slreicli Sewing Singer .lachina comes como'eie ;anasorneSrie'D'CG'9 Cab Tie'., inirJitil in lanmvilsri hat you sirnpjy can'I PORTLAND, Ore. (AD "1 felt like a dog with a leash on my says 22 year old PaUi Jo Watson of her job as a telephone operator. -APPOINTMENT- Bonnydole Beauty Salon nt 14H 17 SI. South Ii pleated to announce llial HAi BEEN APPOINTED MANAGERESS Linda pnrticularly well qualified in Shng Cuts and Long Hair To celebrate her appointment linda ii offering A REGULAR 5 pERfn FOR ONIY liorin extends a personal invjlaKon fr hnr many frirncN orr) cuilomers fo drop in and tee her o) her new location. So she 'asked for R transfer and today slie's one of (he (ew female installer repairmen in j the business. i Only 5-fcel-2 and US pounds, .she lugs around 1> pound boll full of .screwdrivers, pliers, cul- lers, a drill and a portahle iclo- plKme lo out the line when she's al the top of a trie- phono pole. She works wiLnout assistance, installing Iclophones in north- v.'pst Portland. She had a lliree- wcck I mining1 session and three weeks of on-lhojob instnidion by a installer before shft hocamo soW sufficient. "I am physically arid mental- ly tired and falsified at the end of I ho she says. "And maybe I'm crazy, hut j a Rood foelinR. I enjoy work- ing." Whfil can you expect in R sewincj mflchmp orleod urvcJor a hundred dollars? When ii's a Singer can rxpecl GREAT Dr7ALf Hcrn'r, ri mnrhmfi Ihnl 'A- ill Lev-' tiolh slrnighl and lahnr nl your rhmcp. hr1 ii r-inc-fs 01 wonipn? A mnrhino thnt snws hif llorth and tmtrnr. VJilhoui spec ist You'l! enjoy the host ol Smc Three Position S Sfmi-AutQm.iln: Bobbin Handsome carrying c and mur.h more l SINGER If hot's new for at SINGER EASY BUDGET TERMS AVAIUABtE. COLLEGE SHOPPING MAIL-20th Ave. find Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 n m. MA p.m; Thursdny nnrf fntlny 9 lo 9 p-m- TnlpphonB -I ;