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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Forthcoming Marriages Mr. ud Mrs. Paul Matisi, arepieucd touuuujce the en- (acemcot of their daughter, Di- ue Mirle, to Mr. Deunis John GrutonU, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kkfaard D. GruHnrald, all o( Lethbtidge. The Ii to Lite place Our Lady of Assumption in LeUthndge oo Au- gust t Mr. ud Mrs. Leonard Hm- meai of Fort Uadeod wish to uDomce (he forthcoming mar- riage at their eldest Charlotte An, to Cpl. Francois Joaeph Croquet, youngol 500 01 Mr. Mrs. F. J. Croquet of ML Lehmoo, B.C. The wedding is to like oo May 2 at St. Christopher's Chapel, Canadian Forces Base, Esquimau, Victoria, B.C. today's FUNNY Mr. aid Mn. Lra Haughlan arc pleased to VBOUDCC the orthcoraix marriage ol their eldest daugfaer. MirUlyn Lee, Mr. Juaes Kiku eldest son of Mr tad JUB ftebucai, til of Turin. The wedding wil take plan i McKiUopUmted Church on MJJ 23 at 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nag? of .cthbridgc irish to unounce he forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Helta Annie, (a Mr. Arnold ToUefsee eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- e TollelsoB of Big Beaver, Sast The wedding nil Uke place al 2 p.m. Hay 30 in SL Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. George Mat- thta of Coaldale are pleased to ioauact the engagement ot their youngest daughter, Lyn- da, to Mr. Ken Rolhe, son of Mr. and Mn. Jack Bothe of Lethhridgc. A summer wedding is plan- ned. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hull o Cardstoo wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daugher, Am Carolyn to Mr Jamei Douglas Kirkpatrick son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T Kirkpitnck of Calgary. The wedding will take place oo Saturday, July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Putic] at Natal, B.C. web to announce the forthcoming marriage their daughter, Mary Marg aret, to Mr. John Ross Guroey son of Mr. aod Mrs. R. W Gurney rf North Vancouver. The ceremony will take place in the Holy Trinity Catboli Chnrch, North Vancouver, Sa' urday, July II. Ann Landers The Newest Most Advanced Power Mower ever Built 'SNAPPER1 3 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM --------f_-_ 1 Hand Propelled V21 V21P Key Electric Start V21PS and V71S Th cut a narreww than regular 18" mowert. TRADES ACOPTABLE TERMS ARRANGED MOTOR MOWER "Snoppwr" 3rd S. In Swlhem Alberta DEAR ANN LANDERS: I to I lattery where tt !s necnarjr rtaod or lit ilonpicto other women for teveral hours at t tame. A (oH older than 8 started to work hen LMt AugucL Al Cnl she vu wry quiet After three weeks on me Jab began to Uft nccily aboot her bUle boy who WM bora oat of wedfeek. Thee she began to bring evcrjr other day. (She oust cpend W a week on AD we hear it Van, Van, Van. It's Van this aod Via thtL To tista to her. Van Js the most beautiful, the smarted, ncriat, behind dmld In the world. We an have cbikbeB, ADD, md ttturaBy w> think ear kids are special, but M mother it the factory brags sbeut her legitimate kids the way this gH carriei on abort her Dlegiti- mste one. Is there a polite way to shut her Out DEAR OUT: No way pome or impome. The girl prob- ably feeb defenam because the boy was bora eat of wedlock. Once yoa understand why this imtitfi goes hi for ffnvft you should find her bragging leu irritating. DEAR ANN LANDERS: It started when our 14-year-old boy begun to chord now for this young divorcee who lives in the next blocs. He gets paid for it. The woman is or twelve yean elder than Donme. She has two small chil- dren. She moved here about a year ago and seems to be a nice person. Am I foolish to be upset by me boy spending one or two evenings a week in UBS woman's home? He alway: tells me when he is going and so far I have not ki him know U bothers me. The boy is Tery boned. Why doesn't the woman find company her own age? Mj Dannie is a healthy, normal boy and I wouldn't be surprised ii be was sowing a few wild drts vm there. Please let me bow to handle this. Mother DEAR MOTHER: Doot panic. The neit time Dannie tells you be is going to visit the woman sit hern down for low-key chat. Let him know he is playing with dynamite but don't threaten, preach or prohibit If you keep your cool be vail probably keep Mi. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My best friend was buried yester- day. Sie vac a sophomore, is years old. B bad pneumonia. It isn't supposed to be fatal anymore but it killed her just the same. B was a great girl, full of fan and everyone liked her. Sbe bad a way U getting along with people, no matter wbo. The boys flocked around three al a time. She bad her pick of the uuwO. B's were rery strict They allowed her only one date a week and the boy bad to "pass Inspection." If B went out Friday she couldn't go act. Saturday. Her mother used to say, "You have peaty of linre." B wanted to go to New York for five days dwicg the Christmas holidays. Sbe bad saved her baby-sitting money and two of her cousin had permission to go. (Taej were 16 and 17.) B'l mother caid, "Not this year. You plenty of time." Wbo known haw much time any of as have, An? Please print mis letter tor other mothers who mating me same mctake. Friend Dear friend: Wat a tragedy that yaw faimd'i life ended 'u soon, but her mother did not make a mistake. Sbe was a wise mother. People who feel they must do everything now because tumotmw may never come Invariably regret it This is a poor pbikEophy, a fool's excuse aod a trap for the Ann Linden wHl be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her In care of Boi 670, LeLbbridge Herald, enclosing a idf-adckneed, stamped envelope. ODE Concerned Iver Pollution Mvrdvy, April 11, TH1 UTHM10CI HEIALD CALGARY (CP) ship, social action and pollution control are (oak of the mBerial Order Daughters of be R. J. Skipped, the organizaUoB'i national citt- zeuship secretary, stid here. "Active public concern ou the part of all members will prompt more accurate inform- ation about the social aspects of scientific Eniagi on pollu- she told the annual meeting of the group's Alberta chapter. "Many of these Injustices must be corrected by new or changed governmental policies, and when we vole we should do so with knowledge of the is- sues. But outside of govern- meots and their agencies, there will always be areas accessible only to citizens." Iks. Sldppon caid UK of low- phosphate detergents, careful ice of household pesticides and local safely and cleanmp cam- paigns are areas where the pol- lution problem can be fought by individuals. The meeting was told that the Alberta chapter spent last year for education, includ- ing university, social work and arteducation scholarships, grants to student nurses, ele- mentary school music and scholastic awards, contributions lo schools for the mentally re- larded and cerebral palsy, day- c a r e centres and special awards to Indian BRINGS OUT FLAVOR Toasting sesame seeds brings out their flavor. Third On Way LONDON (AP) The Duch- ess ot Kent, 37, is expecting her third child in the summer, the family aDoounced- BEGIN YOUR BETTER TO-MORROW TO-DAY! Earn Qualify Easily! THROUGH SECRETARIAL TRAINING ENROLL NOW-DAY SCHOOL ANY MONDAY OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND A.C.C.C. DIPLOMA COURSES There's on omailngly wonderful future waiting for you. Welcome H the way you thouldl Are you going to be lotijfied with a "good" job? Or you want o really SATISFYING REWARDING POSITION. Oo yow want to vw all your nafural abllltiet to earn what you deterve. Now ii (he tfme to make thli cfioicel With the tightening job situation, ccmplsle training ii a murtl r." APPROVED FOR STUDENT LOANS HENDRSdN COUtCt Of COMMRCE (LETHHIDGE) tn r. w. worn WORTH ILOG., lETHMIDCt, ALTA. PHOM 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Name Addreu Telephone L PTeast me, without I [action, your free literature on your Day School Courlei. J START YOUR SPRING SHOPPING IN YOUR CLOTHES CLOSET loit Spring will frwh and look lilt rxw Boom with wr QUALITY MY CLEANING. Why nM meiMy pH Sprfny farntvnti new. For FIB PKK UP and DELIVERY call BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS 317 10th STRKT S. PHONE 327-5771 This Merchandhw On SaU Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantilwt Limited. We the right lo limit quant'rtiM. GREEN WIRE FENCING IB inches high. 10' lengthi. 1. 3-PKCE LUGGAGE SETS Longbound luggagt reinforced wilh fibre- glai. Colon of Olive, Blue, Red, WhiW or Beigft. Reg. Woolca Price 39.14. 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