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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta V4.-1 Ann Landers DEMI ANN LANDERS: How do you loll someone you love lliat a personality trait of his drives people up Hie wall? Jim is so slow in conversation that it takes tremendous self control lo keep from shrieking, For Lord's suke hurry up and get lo the You know what tie is going to say long before he says it. Friends and relatives suffer in silence. Their discomfort is apparent to everyone hut Jim. Employers are not so compassionate. Jim just lost his seventh joh in four years and he is very depressed. He has no concept of how he conies across to others, in spite of the hints. He considers himself methodical and Wames the job losses on "people who are out to get him." Tliis trait is ruining our lives and I'm so worried I'm sick. I can't bear to hurt his pride by telling him he's so slow he irritates people beyond and lhat only friends and rela- tives will put up with it.-Sign Me 111 And Tired Because I'm Both DEAR ILL 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 the habit completely, but he should he lold so he can go lo work on it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I want to comment on the letter from "Second Time the woman who objected to her husband's grown children helping Ihemselves to silver, china, paintings and so on after their mother's funeral. First let me say, no child has the right to lake things from a parent's home unless it 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 with grown children. My husband's ex-wife bad been 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 ctiildren didn't ask for anylhing but 1 suggested that they lelJ 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 reflecled my predecessor's taste. I was delighted and relieved when their father told them to help themselves. When they just about cleaned the place out, I did not consider them greedy. I was grateful. .......Reen There Also DEAR B.T.A.: Your letter confirms my hunch that most second wives would prefer a modest apartment which reflects her own laslc rather than inherit the treasures of a first wife. COL, nunioN PEDLAR MRS. PEDLAR Women incel tomorrow sn ana out of town Preliminary plans have been made lo hold the annual (all bazaar on N'ovem- ber 1 with Mrs. W. A. S. .John- stone, as convener, sponsored by the Women's Federation of St. Andre w's Presbyterian Church. Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, recently held a preferential tea at the home of Mrs. Ethel Hig- gins. Honored guests were Mrs. Sandra Itadcliffe, Mrs. Sherrin Sarsfield. Mrs. Eunice Kirr, Mrs. Judy Corbett, Mrs. Ann Lynde, Mrs. Linda Park, Mrs. Glenna Gellatly, Mrs. Barbara Marshalsay, and Mrs. Debbie Taylor. Invited guests were Mrs. Gladys Simons and Mrs. Myrt Short. Special guest was Mrs. Anne Campbell, Tau's lady of the year. BINGO Scandinavian Hall 729 T2lh SI. "C" N. Fit, Apr, Nth Starrs ol p.m. Poori Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4Fh, 6lh and Games In 7 Numbers WORTH in 52 Number Sorry No Ona Under 16 Years of Ago Allowed Pourcrs at the tea were Mrs, Roni Hcrmanutz, Mrs. Joan Robinson, Mrs. Gladys Simons and Mrs. Caran Moss. The chapter's girl of Uie year is Mrs. Sue Barnes and pledgi of the year is Mrs. Caran Moss Sharing the pouring honors a he spring tea being presenter by the women of McKillo] Church on Saturday in Ihc church liall, 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 Egteren and Mrs C. Greene. Greeting (he guests througl out the afternoon will be: Mrs H. A. Madill, Mrs. A. II. Sko rood, Mrs. L. G. Carefoot, Mrs G. R. Castles, and Mrs. W. R Johnston. Serviteurs will include: Mrs C. Orton, Mrs. T. Morris, Mrs E. Wagness, Mrs. W. Rice; Mrs. H. A. Madill, Mrs. C. A. Ilosaine, Mrs. M. McKague, Mrs. I. W. Swanson; Mrs. J. G. Barr, Mrs. W. D. Bessie, Mrs. C. Cameron, Mrs. R. Goodall; Mrs. J. Nagy, Mrs. Prato, Mrs. R. W. Grccno, Mrs. J. R. Reed, Mrs. T. E. Nolan and Mrs. L, J. Saunders. A nursery will be provided which the girls of the CG1T will supervise, assisted by adults including Mrs. C. Vandenbrink. The usual bake table will be convened by the Madill and Skolrood Unils, while the kitch- en will he staffed by the Thorn- ton ant] Myers Units. League rally Delegates from 'igh River, Fort Macteod and .her points in southern AlberEa vill gather in Lethbridge on r i d a y for the Salvation Vrmy's Home League ralty. The Home League is the vomen's fellowship oi the Sal- 'alion Army, ami its member- Jrip is made up of women from 'arions denominations. The eague's program covers wor- hip, service, education and fel- owship. Special guests at the rally vill he Colonel and Mrs. Burton fedlar, who have recently been assigned to special services in 'oronto. and Mrs. Pedlar have jeen officers for a combined otal of 72 years, and havi served in Canada, China, India, Ceylon, Hong Kong and Ber- muda. They will be accompanied by Major and Mrs. Clarence Bur- divisional commanders or Alberta, and Captain Bar- jara Williams, divisional youth secretary for Alberla. Joy is tike Ihe rain is the Iheme of this year's rally, and Lhe program commence in the citadel at p.m. with coffee lime and will include a fashion show by Carousel Knit- ting Shop, rosin craft display by M rs. I len ry H eid ebrech t, and displays of antiques and creative talent. The rally starts at p.m., and is open to ail interested women. H will be followed by a banquet for the delegates, which will be catered by the women of the Presbyterian There will be a missionary rally at p.m., with special music provided by the Bell Ringers and the Mini Singers of 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. citlcncltir oj local haenin The miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Susan McKnighl which was cancelled because of the snow storm on March 26, will he bold Sunday, 16 at 2 p.m. in the Eagles liall. Everyone who received in- vitations for the previous date is invited. There will be a rummage sate at the Bcthlcn Presbyter- ian Church Hall, 1020 10 Ave. N. on Saturday at 9 a.m. The Ladies' Auxiliary lo FOE No. 2100 will hold a regular meeting on Thursday at !i p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Hostesses will he as arranged. There will be an initiation. Greenacre.s Lodge will hold its 12th annual tea on Wednes- day, May 17, and Ine Golden Acres Lodge will hold its 8th annual tea on Wednesday, May 31. Each event will commence at 2 p.m., and will feature ba- zaar, bake tables anrl an open house. The Ladies' Auxiliary lo the Devon Nursing Home will hold a home baking sale on Satur- day from 2-5 p.m. at Centre Viflage Mall. i The Tuesday Evening unit of Southrrunster UCW will hold a rummage sale on Saturday at a.m. in the church hall. DIAMOND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. George Pelrancch. will be honored on their 60lh wedding anniversary with an open house a1 Souih'and Nursing Home, I5lh 5f. and 15lh Ave. N. The couple has lived in Hie Hardievillc ond Cooldale districts, and moved to Lethbridge in S970. They have three children, four grandchildren ond onn great grandchild. Al! friends and relatives ore welcome lo como nnd coll on Sunday, from 1-4 p.m. ot Ihe home. No gifls, by request. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Auxiliary Soci- ety Incorporated r will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 ofj the Civic Sports Centre. Bingo i will be played anrl lunch j served. A good attendance is j requested. School is fun ST. TELESPHORK. Quo (CP.i Ann Campbell, on a five-year assignment to one of the last one-room school houses in Quebec, says lhat her iG-lo-L j student teacher ratio allows j closar relationships with stu-; denls. Hanging in age from six to ]2, younger children can li.s- i ten in on lessens for seniors and i get a preview of what they'll be; studying later. j JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, April 13th Sponsored by ladies' Afd of Si. Peler and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12lh STREET B AND AVENUE NORTH jackpot Siarls at and is Won Every Thursday 5th-7 No. Jackpot _ Po1 o' Gold S25 2Sc PES CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO fREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZI Persons under 16 years nol allowed RUMMAGE SALE SOUTHMINSTER TUES, EVENING U.C.W. Saturday, April 15, at a.m. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH HALL L.C.I. WORKSHOP Presents a MAKE-UP WORKSHOP SATURDAY, APRIL 15th 9 00 a.m. to 5 p.m. PER PERSON LCI Beauty Culture Room SILKEN EVENING WEAR silk evening gown, featuring exotic blue and turquoise pallern against a midnight black background, is the work of designer Emilio Pucci. It is part of the new collection presented in Florence, Italy, this week by leading Italian designers. Operator turns repairman OOt 238 5TYU5T5TR0CHSTnO-r Sfjlp-A-Tfian spotlights STRETCH SEWING wilh this fabulous STRETCH STITCH SEWING MACHINE loaded with features al special savings! Flexi-SMch Disc System OverRdge Hexi-Slilch Discs for Stretch Fabrics Eleven Interchangeable F'lexi-SUlrh and Fashion Discs Built-in Bultonhoifir Blind Stitch Feature [Exclusive Drop-in Bobbin Quick Change "E.nap-on" Presser Feet Twm-Needle fc' 2ig-ZagorSlraightSli1ch Now's Ihe time to make Ihe fashion move lo Stretch Sewing Singer style! Smger'i Stylist Slrelch J.lachine comes compete wi' offering M IfNOA PONECH A REGULAR 5 PERM FOR ONIV Unrirj exfendi o personnl mviiah'or> to hnr ri customers to drop in ond lee her at her new location. So she -asked for B transfer and today slie's one of the few female installer repairmen in Ihe business. Only 5-feet-2 and US pounds. .she lugs around 25 pound belt full of screwdrivers, pliers, cut- ters. .1 drill and a portable tclo- lo Lest out the line when she's al the top of a tele- phone pole. She works without assistance, installing lelephones in norlh- Portland. She had a lliree- week Iraining session and three weeks of on-I he-job tnstniction by a veteran installer before she became .self sufficient. "I am physically arid mental- ly tired and satisfied at the end of the she says. "Ami maybe I'm crazy, hut i'> a Rood feeling. 1 enjoy work- ing." VVhfil can you expecl in a mAcfiine prlcftd under a hundred dollars? When il's a Singer Kaphionmate can rxpecl a GREAT DEAL? n- 1 agon fabric, ol your rhoicfi. hp ii del 'cats r-bmers 01 hflavy A machine that huHortholes and vjithnui special You' I! enjoy The ol Sinppi le.Hmrc- inclurie? Three Position Sfrni-Autamalic- Bobbin Quiet Vibfation-Une Motor Handsome ca frying and no much more for siicri n liiri" pHf--! SINGER H had ncxjor tnmmrnit i< ol SINGER tnja EASY BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE. COLLEGE SHOPPING MAIL -20th Ave. ond Mayor Magratli Drive Open Daily 9 n m. to A p.m; Tlmndny nnrl friclay 1 n m. lo 9 p.m. Tclephono .1 ;