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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN ____________ Soluiday, December 11, 107! THF ICTHSPIDGE HERAIB J7 Dear Margaret Brookfield: I've been married for 27 years, have six children, three grown and three teen agers still at home. Two years ago. my husband became involved with another woman and went off to California with her. We had it very hard the first year. Now we're doing tine. But my husband had to show up again and ask me please to forgive him. My oldest son won't for- give him for what he did to me nod the children. He says that if I take my husband back, he won't ever let me see my grandson. And if I did take my husband back, how could I know he wouldn't do the same thing 'over again? What should do? D.M. Dear D.M.: You seem caught ir. the mid- dle between your son's wish to protect you and your husband's wish to be forgiven. But your eventual decision should not be based on either of these pres- sures. The determining factor should be: what's best for you and your family in the long ran. To clear the air, you might ask yourself these ques- tions: How strong is your basic affection for your husband? Has he been generally reliable in the past, both with you and the children? Was your marri- age before his departure fairly steady or had it always been a bit shaky? Did he have similar problems with other women be- fore? In other words, you should think about what you had, so you can determine whether or not you want to pick up the pieces now. Once you've thought these things through, you might sit down and discuss them with your eldest son. If you've worked matters out in your own mind your son will probably respect your final decision, whichever .way it goes. Dear Margaret Brookfield: I'm 19 and in lore with man who's 22. We're planning to get married pretty soon, bu I've been having argument, about it with my parents be- cause they want me to marry within my mm religion. How ever I feel I should marry Uii man because I'm in love wit! 'Value'Vmage lim and he's in love with me. 'ortunalely, his parents don't eel the way mine do. They say re should go ahead and get married if we really want to. What are your views in this matter? C-D- Dear C.D.: A few years ago, mixed mar- riages were far less common jecause resistance to them was much greater. But their grow- ng acceptance doesn't neces- sarily mean they always work out smoothly. Interfaith mar- riages are often more compli- cated and risky because they usually inv o 1 v e considerable differences in basic viewpoints the man and woman. However, if the individuals contemplating a mixed marri- age have some idea of the in- volvements and adjustments they may have to make, and try to resolve a few of the touchy questions beforehand, their future could be happier. For example, some of the most critical problems concern how the children should be raised. Many such conflicts can be pre- vented if questions concerning baptism, circumcision and re- ligious instruction are dealt with before the child is born- To learn more about these in- terfaith problems, it might be a good idea for you and your fiance to get in touch with a clergyman of each of your faille, then both of you can talk things over with them be- fore the marriage instead of after. Dear Margaret Brookfield: I'm a mature woman of 43 and have a stronger sex drive than I had when I was 20. Arc all women my age subject to this or I am I abnormal? I've also been having hot flashes and wonder if this is connected with it in some way. E.S. Dear E.S.: No, you're not abnormal. Various r e s e archers have learned that sexuality can con- tinue into the sixtieth and sev- entieth years of a woman's life, the menopause. Physicians tell us that such suffering is often needless, particularly when es- trogen replacement therapy can he prescribed to alleviate it. fL-alenaar of- Local kappening-i Oddfellows, Rebekahs and are reminded of the card party to be held In the Oddfellows Hall Tuesday at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome. i LA to ANAF will hold a gen- eral meeting Monday at 8 p.m. A good turnout is requested. The Milk River 'n Belles learners' group will hold the regular square dance Tues- day at 8 p.m. in the Erie Rivers school. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. SJouthminster learners' group will hold the regular dance Monday at 8 p.m. in South- minster Hall. It will be a Christmas party, with smorgas- bord lunchl The Women's Auxiliary to the Municipal Hospital and Gall School of Nursing will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the nurses' lounge. Members are asked to bring Bcissors and glue to make favors for the patients' trays for Christmas. Square and round dancing with the Whirl-A-Ways will be held in SI. Augustines Parish Hall on Monday at p.m. Round dance practice at p.m. All square dancers arc welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The Lethbridge Handicraft C.uild will hold its December meeting and Christmas party Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bow- man Art Centre. The general meeting of Hie Ladies' Auxiliary lo tlie Hny.il Canadian Till be hold Monday at 8 p.m. in the Me- morial Hall. Election of of- ficers for the coming year will take place and a good repre- sentation is asked. The Lethbridge chapter nl Certified Nursing Aides will meet Monday nt 7 p.m. in the na, out an of t, own Mr. and Mrs. Pale A. Miirlin. 2105 10 Avc. A. S., entertained Sigma Chapter of liela Sigma Phi prior to nllcnding the final performance of Fiddler on I ho Hoof. Afler Iho production, HIP Chapter mol fnr mltiv :il the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tony Bartosck, 2811 22 Ave. A S. Auxiliary Hospital lounge. Guest speaker is Mrs. Edith Kichlbauch, co-ordinating sec- retary ACNAA, who will pro- v i d e important information concerning all licensed Certifi- ed Nursing Aides. CNA's are asked to attend. St. Michael's Hospital Aux- iliary members will meet in the "nurses' residence on Mon- day at 8 p.m. Convention re- ports will be given, and stock- ings will be filled for patients on pediatrics. Members are re- minded to bring rolled news- paper at this time. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. This will be open house in the Christmas tradition and members are in- vited to bring their wives. Re- freshments will be served. F.O.E. bingo tonight at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Jack- pot is in 57 numbers. Everyone welcome. The Anne Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs will present the Singing Tree concert on Sunday, at and p.m., in the Yates Memorial Centre. Guest artist will be Miss Val- erie Horvath. A public recep- tion will be held following the evening performance. The regular luncheon of the Lethbridge Christian Women's Club will be held on Monday from (Jo p.m. at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. It will feature a fur display and music will also be provid- ed. For reservations please contact Mrs. Evelyn Roset 327- 5979 or Mrs. Diane Edwards 328-1393. Nursery service avail- able, all welcome. The monthly meeting of the Ifthbridgc Home Economics Association will held on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss Betty Bartman, 2317 Scenic Drive. Miss Evelyn Erd- man, home economist with the Gas Co. in CYllgary, will give a demonstration on gift wrap- ping. F.vcryono is urged to attend and lo bring cookies and re- cipe-s for exchanges. Also share with us a novel Christmas fa- vor. Come out and enjoy this Christinas meeting. :More Family on page 1J> A Tradition In Lethbridge A Tradition In Lothbridge -f, OUR OWN PERSONALLY PACKAGED TRAYS 1.50 411.00 2 Featuring Cheeses... 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