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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, August 3, 1974 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: This is for the 19-year-old virgin who was distressed because the minute she let her views on chastity be known, no man would take her out the second time. Your answer that "jumping in bed is no way to be pop- ular" didn't help much. In' fact, you evaded the central issue. Her question was. "Is there something wrong with me'.'" GAIL COSTELLO A! the Awards Day for the R.I Baker School, n Coatdale held on June 25. 1974. Gail Costello was cited as being a top aca- demic student for the third con- secutive year Gail received the Academic Award and Crest for maintaining the highest marks throughout the year The teach- ers selected her from approxi- mately one hundred and twenty Grade 9 students for this honor and her name is l-sted on a permanent plaque in the school She was recognized by the Al- berta Teachers Association for obtaining an honor standina in Mathematics m Grade 9. and'was awarded a Certificate and Crest. For outstanding achievement in Grade 9 she received a Merit Certificate and Crest. A new certificate for Gail this was one for Perfect Atten- dance ail's short story Help' I Need won the fiction a- ward for Grades 9C and 9D. She tar adapted this plot into a play which was produced on deotape by Gerald Ontkean She Deceived a Library Crest for service and participation in the school library ciub Gail has been he Club President for three fears. Sail achieved a Gold Crest for participation in the various eveis of the Canadian Fitness Program. No one seems to deal with the problem of loneliness. A woman must accept the fact that unless she plays the game the man's way. she is going to be lonely. In our society you either put Out or sit home. I was a virgin until I was 21, and although I was interesting and attractive. I had very lit- tle male company until I met a man who was willing to set- tle tor my company on my terms. He was the man I married 22 years ago. So. when a girl asks you how to hang on to her virginity and have an active social life, you should be honest and tell her she'll have to pay a price for her high scruples in terms of being alone a lot. because it's true blonds and non-virgins do have more fun. Exhibit A Dear A: Sorry. I don't buy any part of it. You and I are about a decade apart in age. but the scene hasn't changed THAT much. I was never a blonde, and I maintained a strict hands-off policy until I was 21 and married, yet nobody had more fun. more fellas and was less lonely than I was. Call me Exhibit B. What kind of wedding goes with today's new life styles? Does anything go? Ann Landers' completely new "The Bride's Guide" tells what's right for today's wed- dings. MR. AND MRS. WILFORD ERNEST LANE Lane Boulton Miss Marilyn Joyce Boulton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Boulton of Lethbridge, was recently un- ited in marriage with Wilford Ernest Lane, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lane of Bow City, Alta. Bishop Leonard Burbank of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints officiated at the double-ring ceremony KEYBOARD SALESMEN If you are a producer you'll like our program. Live and work in Canada's vacation iand, the Rocky Mountains with access to Hot Springs, skiing, hunting and fishing. You can really enjoy your work in this fantastic growth potential area. Here is an opportunity to own your own exclusive territory and run it as your own business with very little investment. You can double the earnings of conventional programs. Send personal resume and last two years performance to: MR. A.D. McKINNON HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS 14A 9th Ave. South CRANBROOK, British Columbia VIC 2L8 which took place at the Lethbridge Community College patio. Organist was Yvonne Osmond. Bridal attendants were Valerie Housenga and Joy Iwamota. Best man was Randy Baksa of Brooks with groomsman Art Bareham. Usher was Brian Boulton. Following a reception at the Western Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel and a dance at the Labor Club, the couple travelled to Champion Lake. B.C.. for a honeymoon. The couple has taken up residence in Brooks. A CUT CABLE CAN HURT SO MANY WAYS If you cut a buried telephone cable, it could hamstring a hospital or cripple a com- munity. It does more than cut off telephone service. It can sever medical service, ambulance service, police emergency service, firefighting service, telecommunications service vital to every aspect of home and community life. It's frightening when you think about it. It caYi be even more frightening if it actually happens. Don't let it happen because of you. Here's an easy way not to be a "cable FREE CABLE-SAVER SERVICE DIAL '0' (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 AGT's BURIED CABLE LOCATION SERVICE. Do it well in advance, for a Cable Locator to get to the scene fast. No charge tor the call or the service we're grateful you called. Thank You! Keeps you in touch with service October vows Mr. and Mrs. Orson T. Weber of Mountain View are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Colleen Ann, to Arthur A. Pozzi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pozzi of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on October 12 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. 50th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. (Roy) Chipman of Well- ing will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday. They will mark the occasion by spending a few days in the mountains with their five children, Marie Bullock of Welling; Dick of Raymond; Ruth Bevans of Cardston; Mark of Welling; and Dan of Lethbridge, and their 24 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. NO GLARE! Polarized Lenses POLARIZED LENSES completely eliminate annoying glare from water highways and beaches And now you can have them m your own prescription1 Drive more safely See more clearly Framed in our zmgy new platters, squares. ovals or octagons Order them today1 OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. _ 308-7th ST S LETHBRIDGt Phone 327-3609 Golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Virgil T. Connor of Lethbridge will mark their 50th wedding anniversary Wednesday with a celebration at the Elks Hall (upstairs) from 7 to 10 p.m. for relatives and invited guests. The couple were married in Lethbridge where he worked with the CPR as a conductor for 47 years, retiring in 1967. They have two children, a daughter Joyce Blanchet of Pemberton, B.C., and a son, Robert of Abbots- ford, B.C. They have ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren. No gifts, by request. UNDECIDED Your final semester is completed and you are still not sure which career to pursue Write or telephone us for a PERSONAL INTERVIEW and we shall be pleased to help you reach a decision. The field of business is wide and varied and offers unlimited opportunities towards a worthwhile career SECRETARIAL MACHINE TRANSCRIBING STENOGRAPHIC SPEEDWRITING SHORTHAND CLERITYPE-RECEPTIONIST SUMMER TYPING APPROVED FOR STUDENT LOANS HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (LETHBRIDGE) 202 F. W. WOOLWORTH BUILDING PHONE 327-3968 Name Address Telephone Please send me, without obligation, your FREE literature on your Day School Courses. Wedding announced Mr. and Mrs. K. Bernie of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their eldest daughter, Deborah Christine, to Eldon John Simp- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lome Simpson of Peace River. The wedding took place on July 26th in Calgary where the couple will be taking up residence. UteeWhimsv James Doughty will be sent the ohgiral art tor his quote. Send vour child's Quotation to this rapm CONVENI HANDLE: 'Natural Grip' 'Contoured handle for easy pushing Choice of height positions. NEW SUNBEAM LAWN CHAMP RE2001 2' Meet' the brilliantly designed Sunbeam RE2001 Lawn Champ, the newest member of Canada's best-selling mower line and the first electric mower with a moulded, rear-mounted grass catcher This unique catcher eliminates "sideswiping" shrubs and flowers It won't clog in thick or dewy grass. And an automatic eye even tells you when the catcher is full. Another Sunbeam first, you can adjust the cutting height with a single lever that sets all 4 wheels at once. Select from a 1" springtime cut, up to 3" for a scorch-free summer lawn, quickly and easily. Sunbeam also gives you two convenient speed settings, plus the famous Sunbeam Vacuum Action for a carpet smooth. 18" cut from Spring to Fall Of course, like all Sunbeam Lawn Champ electric mowers, the RE2001 features instant electric starting and meets or exeeds all government safety standards. REAR DISCHARGE Eliminates 'side-swiping' flowers, shrubs, when mowing close to lawn edges 2-SPEED MOTOR: Fast electric starts reliable full power with series wound Sunbeam motor. VACUUM ACTION DECK: Creates super suction to ii't grass lor smooth even cutting and the most efficient grass catching. GRASS CATCHER: Tough lightweight, impact resistant poiyethelene plastic catcher with Magic Eye indicator. MOTOR MOWER 817-3rd A South SINGLE-LEVER HEIGHT ADJUSTER: Raises all four wheels, adjusts to 6 different cutting heights from 1" to Slips into selected positions quickly, locks securely. Phone 327-2669 ;