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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1973 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 23 Ann Landers Dear Ana I do not agree that long as children get an allowance they should get paid for doing chores around the house. The in it for attitude is all too prevalent in our society. Why should we promote it by paying a child for cleaning up his own Our son would no sooner ex- pect to be paid for taking out the family garbage than I would expect to be paid for cooking a meal. He doesn't ex- pect to be paid for taking out the garbage for the elderly lady next door but sometimes she bakes cookies for him. No charge. Our oldest daughter babysits for us and for a young mother who recently lost her husband. Sometimes she is paid with money and other times with words of but she doesn't feel underpaid either way. Our children are richer for having learned that family members help each other and expect nothing in return. In this way they learn to help others. And isn't this what brotherly love is all Rich But Not Wealthy In Austin Dear R. But Not I happen to believe that typing daily chores to a child's allowance is a good way to teach the relationship between responsibility and rewards. There are still many things a child can do for which he gets nothing more than warm thanks. And every parent should see to it that his child gets those opportunities. Dear Ann Teddy and I plan to be married dur- ing the Christmas holidays. We will be living with his parents. They have a lovely home and everything a person would need. How can I tactful- ly let my friends and family know that I won't have any use for pots and and all the things most brides like to receive as wedding gifts. What we'd really like is CASH. 'Please don't think I'm crass. I am just Practical Dear Don't tell your friends what to send and what NOT to send unless they ask. It's bad manners. from a purely practical point of view it would be short sighted. I hope you don't in- tend to live with Teddy's mother for the rest of your life. You can always put away the gifts you won't be using immediately. Later you'll be delighted that you have them especially those appliances. At the current rate of an electric egg beater will cost you in two years if you can afford to buy eggs. Ann Landers discusses teen- age drinking its its realities. Learn the facts by and You For Teen-Agers by Ann Landers. Send 35 cents in coin and a self addressed envelope to Ann P.O. Box III. 60654. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Merle M. Terry of are happy to announce the engage- ment and forthcoming marriage of their Emma to Reed J. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Turner of Raymond. The marriage will take place Dec. 21 in the Idaho Falls Temple. The bride is currently a senior at Brigham Young University and the groom is completing his masters degree at BYU. Do Come in Soon and Meet EVAZACHARIAS at the Gemini Beauty Salon She has just returned from Medi- cine Hat where she worked as a hair stylist for over a year. Eva will be very happy to serve you and yours whenever you stop by or call. GEMINI BEAUTY SALON Acrou from the new 706 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2079 OPEN THURSDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M. Golden Mile Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next Keep fit 10 a.m. Christmas party 6 p.m. sharp. Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Light tour of the city. The centre will be open Christmas and Boxing Day. Everyone welcome for Christ- mas dinner. Donations of food or those persons having spare time to supply transportation for the Christmas dinner would be greatly appreciated. Contact 327-5333. Honeymooning royalty Princess Anne and her commoner Mark smile as they arrive at international airport. A crowd of people greet- ed the couple waving Union Jacks. Calendar Sip thelight fantastic Andres Baby Champagne is a whole new thing in wine. Light. Bright. And bursting with tiny bubbles. With a tingly taste that will really tickle your fancy. Taste Andres Baby Champagne. It will come as a beautiful surprise and it'll make whatever's happier. 73 H30 Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the IOOF hall. Nominations and elections will take place. Members are asked to turn in calendar aprons. All Rebekahs welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Aux- iliary will meet at 2 p.m. Fri- day in the civic centre. Reports on the success of the bazaar and special an- nouncements concerning com- ing events will be given. Bingo and lunch will follow. Members and friends welcome. The regular monthly meeting of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held at 7.30 p.m. Sun- day. All members are re- quested to be present as there will be an election of of- ficers. The Alberta Home Economics Association of Lethbridge will meet at p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mary Ann 2010 13 Coaldale. Members are reminded to bring white elephant gifts for exchange. The Midnight Squares will dance at 8 30 p.m. Friday in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Round dance practice at 8 p.m. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Everyone welcome. The Hi Neighbour Club will hold a dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday at the Alan Watson School The DDJ's orchestra of Claresholm will be in atten- dance. coffee and pop will be served. Everyone welcome to attend. FOR THE HOLIDAYS AND ALBERT suggests... for the MAN IN YOUR LIFE A HAT STETSON BILTMORE ALBERT'S OWN OR A HAT GIFT CERTIFICATE JACKETS Downfilled Borg or Sherpa Lined From SWEATERS PULLOVERS In Turtle and Crew Pullover Slylei BUTTON CARDIGANS from AND PANTS Waihable pure fortrel wool lortrel BELTS PANTS Wa will ba plaasid to Mp you miki right cholci lor Ida mm In your Illi and in optn Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. lor your convoalanca. CHARQEX AND MASTER CHARGE WELCOME ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL 331 Sfth SI. S. Wookamd Terrific Buys BRENTWOOD PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER 4 speed white with 4 Q QC I 9a9w blue or red DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO iiiuminateo clock and sleek wood- j 29.99 grain plastic case. MAGNUS CORD ORGAN 37 112 complete with muale music and storage muaic bench..... 59 I 95 ASSORTMENT OF MAGNUS ORGAN BOOKS 2.95-5.95 220 POCKET CAMERA Uses 110 film cartridge. Complete with wriststrap and 3 Magicubes HANDY LITTLE AM POCKET RADIO complete with Q flfl wriststarp ..............w.OO 136xF CAMERA KIT Complete with a color wrist strap and A Qfi instructions. FLASHCUBES Package of 3 cubes. Fits many inst- 1.47 amatic cameras MAGICUBES Package of 3 cubes. Fits all pocket cameras..... 1.99 ELVIS PRESLEY CHRISTMAS RECORD STYLER-DRYER 99 HOT COMB Comes with 2 combs and 1 brush......... 7.98 HAIR DRYER BRUT 33 Gift sets for men 1 pee. 5 position heat control and fan distributed _heat. Blue only.............. BOX TOWEL SET Assorted colors Patterns 5.00 2.44 19.95 BUBBLING BATH OIL An ideal Christmas gift 4 CQ 32oz................... I TEA POT. SUGAR AND CREAM SET English made MOTORCYCLE RACING SET Figure 8 over and under track 4 lane with automatic .88 lap counter PHOTO ALBUMS No glue or corners needed i REBOUND GAME For ages 8 and up. fi 7 7 For 2-4 Players ..........W.f I POWER PLAY HOCKEY GAME Includes 3Vz' x 7' Put-together arena. 4 4 Sticks QQ and 2 goals.............. I W 8 KER-PLUNK GAME Game of Nerve and Skill................. RADAR SEARCH Game of stragedy and international espionage DON'T BUMP DAISY GAME Ages 8-12 2-4 Players 4.77 8.77 3.57 RALLY RACER Ideal for Christmas Gift 2.96 LITTLE CHILDREN'S SLACKS acrylic Assorted sizes4-6x........ CHILDREN'S TURTLENECK T-SHIRTS assorted sizes 2-34 ANTRON III NYLON BRIEFS Ladies' briefs with elastic waist and leg. Rainbow of colors. 4 SizesS.M.L.............. I CHILDREN'S NIGHTWEAR assorted colors. Sizes 4-6x. UTTLE CHILDREN'S SLACKS SETS 3 piece slacks Colors Yellow ana c Blue. Sizes i LADIES' ANTRON III NYLON BIKINIS Bikini panties styled with waist. Assorted colors. .M.L. NYLON QUILT Women's Dusters Machine washable. Made In Canada. Pastel or Lilac. Owersizes 38-42 11 LADIES' PANTY HOSE BOXED BOOTS OFF AND MITT SET stretch for a bette- fit. Beige or Spice. One size fits O 95-150 Ib. for' Assorted color. 1 9-11 2.99 LADIES'SHORT SLEEVED PULLOVERS Assorted colors and styles. O Qfi LADIES' SMOCK BLOUSES Acetate and polyester. Assorted patt- erns. Sizes a LADIES'V-NECKED SWEATERS 5 Button Front. Wool ana Acrylic. SizesS.M.L..... 11.96 LADIES' LONG SLEEVE TURTLENECK BLOUSES Polyester. SizesS.M.L 7.96 ;