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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Maureen ]amieson named editor of Family Living Announcement was made to- ily living editor of The Herald. Bay by Don If. Pilling, manag- Born Sydney, Australia, ing editor, of lire appointment came ,Q Ldnbridge in 1953. of Maureen Jamicson as faro- at Brig- ham Young University before joining CJOC in Lelhbridgc as n continuity writer. She spent three years as copy chief for the James J. Lovick advertising agency in Edmon- ton before moving to England where she served in the same capacity for four years with the Gee advertising agency ID Leeds. She returned to Edmonton in I960 where she spent two years as a continuity writer with CH15D and four years as an advertising writer with the Hud- son Bay Company. Mrs Jamieson, married and the mother of six children, join- ed The Herald editorial staff in IflTO. MAUP.n M I UIirSON Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a physician who i must take mild issue with your advice to the woman to consult a plastic _______ Saturday, February 12, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 IODE EXECUTIVE Regents and other officials gather at a joint committee meeting with representatives from the three lothbridge chapters to discuss projects, left to Love idns out over taxes Valentine card sales up right: Mrs. C. M. Cranstoun, regional chairman, Mrs. Ed Hopp Mrs. W. A. Nelson, Mrs. W. E. Mundell, Mrs. J. Craig, Mrs. C. Dorcell and Mrs. C. F. Steele. IODE anniversary ee Was not wrong, it was misleading and diserilatory. surgeon are not U.e onty ones wh do face-lifting. Other surgeons oto laryngo logrs t s head and neck surgeons, general surgeons and masllo facial surgeon3 -also perform this type of reconstruction. vou advise readers to see a p las tic surgeon you are inadvertently making referrals of one kind of doctor and excluding the others. 1 hope you will m the name of fairness, make this clear in a subsequent column and mstead of suggesting a "plastic say "a qualified surgeon. Thank you. J. R. L. Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. DEAR J. R. L. I appreciate your having called this to my attention. DEAR ANN LANDERS: We, the 32 undersigned members of the Golden Crescent Square Dance Club of Lorain, Ohio, take strong exception to the letter from the woman in Billings who blamed square dancing for her husband's involvement another woman. Sauare dancing is cue of the cleanest, heal.hiest, most wholesome pastimes in the world. To knock this joyous tradition is an insult to the thousands of people who enjoy it. Square dancing should not be condemned because one hus- band in Billings can't behave himself. Set the record straight. Members DEAR PERTURBED MEMBERS: Far be it for me to knock square dancing. Some of my best friends are square dancers. The fault lies with that guy in Billings and not with the dance The scoundrel would have found a playmate in a church choir if one were available. I am sorry I failed to make the point. My apologies to all the clean, healthy, whole- some square dancers everywhere. Confidential to What Gives? You've got the quote wrong It's "WHEN ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be wise." As for me, I'll take wisdom over ignorance if there's a choice. Too often there isn't one. LONDON (CP More Val- entines than ever before will be slipped into Britain's mail- boxes for this leap-year Val- entine's Day, despite a con- tinuing tough sales tax on greeting cards which doesn't help the cost of loving. Jim Scott, president of an as- sociation embracing 31 firms of card and calendar manufactur- Dominion Rebekah executive The installation of incoming officers for Faith Hohe- kah Lodge took place recently with Mrs. Allan Roberts DDP ers, says hearts find flowers are still popular though the biggest demand now comes from the younger end of the market for humorous, boldly-designed cards. One representative message this year, apt in view of tho frenzied real-estate boom here, goes as follows: "I know your love is not for sale, but could 1 interest you in a long-term lease DATE BACK CENTURIES The sales tax was the worst blow to the greeting card indus- try since Canadian-born Lord Beaverbrook as wartime supply minister banned them shortly before Christmas, 1941. The out- cry from manufacturers was EC great that the ban was reversed two months later on the grounds that greeting cards were essential to the war ef- fort. wiui nirs. In spite of the industry's cur- of District No. 17 of tho Re- rent complaints, card sales gen- bekah Assembly of Alberta pre- erally are booming and are I iii-ftii, tn exceed miuion siding at the installations. j likely She was assisted by Mrs. B. Giacomazzi, Mrs. W. Meyers, Mrs. J. Marshalsay, Mrs. V. Crofts, Mrs. M. Oswald, Mrs. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The letitkidge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engapemen! announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday editior> each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY J 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Report- If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then bo charged at 20c por count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would bo DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION Will BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phono 328-4411 Family Editor JIKGIV UAttuu. representing nearly 20 billion assorted cards and calendars. Valentines of one sort or an- other have a far longer history than any other cards. Among the earliest recorded in Britain, and still preserved in the Brit- ish Museum, was one sent to his wife by a French nobleman cap- hired at the battle of Agincourt and imprisoned in the Tower of London in 1415. Henry wives a s, appropri ately enough, the man who instituted the Feb. 14 holiday by royal charter in 1537. St. Valentine himself is thought to have been a Chris- tian martyr executed for his faith Feb.' 14 in the year 270. One stray is that he restored the sight of his jailer's blind daugh- ter and on the night before his execution wrote her a farewell note signing it: From your Val- By JUDE TUIUC Staff Writer The IODE, formerly known as the Imperial Order Daugh- ers of the Empire, is continu- ng its service to the Leth- jndge area. A Canada-wide organization which will celebrate 72 years of service on Sunday, it has flour- ished and brought relief to many through tho works of the members. Ui5 Mrs. E. Hopp, zone president Work i; for Lethbridge, said the pur- junction with pose of the IODE is to create a bond between the women of the commonwealth, and to have an organization of wom- en who would be ready to serve in time of need. In Lethbridge, there are three IODE chapters. The Sir Alexander Gait, Major Jack Ross, and Dr. F. H. Mem-burn. Membership is open to all in- terested persons who are wili- ng to donate time and effort to lelping others. During past years, the IODE chapters have assisted in areas of education, services and citi- zenship. IODE members have contri- buted to the setting up of nu- merous scholarships which are annually distributed to city stu- dents, "including some of the University of Lethbridge. Monies and gifts are donated by members as well as food, all of which go to organiza- tions and individuals requiring assistance. of the six Their work extends to_send- But the modern association of rituals of love Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Arie den Boon it Fort Macleod arc pleased o announce the engage m e n I and forthcoming marriage of heir youngest daughter, Cath- erina, to Mr. John Vandenberg, :on of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Van- denberg of Picture Buttc. The wedding will lake place on March 3 in The Netherlands I o r m e d Congregation in Lethbridge. Mrs. Nick (Deanna) Nyklew is pleaswi to announce the forthcoming marriage of her only daughter, Gloria Doreen, to Mr. Honald Peter Zasadny, son of Mrs. Peter (Mary) Zas- adny, all of Lcihbridge. The wedding will take place on Saturday, April 8 at 3 p.m. in Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mutch are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Ju- dith Eileen, to Mr. Richard James Ash, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ash, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on May 27 at 4 p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Czirjak Jr. arc pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Clara Theresa Marie, to Mr. Robert Joseph Charles Embury, son of Mrs. John Dev- lin, all of Lrthbridge. The wedding will take placo on March 4 at 3 in St. Patrick's Church. A congratulatory tea con tinues to be a major work o the IODE for new Canadian who have received citizenshi japers. Mrs. Hopp explained funds are raised through chapter pro- eels, individually, or as corn- lined IODE efforts. Personal involve m e n t is stressed in the IODE, and the membership participates in community volunteer canvass- ing for the heart and cancer funds. Work is also done in con- tho Red Cross blood donor clinics. In Canada, there are 900 IODE chapters, 87 of which are in Alberta, with a membership of in this province alone. Golden ing parcels of clothes and bed- ding overseas through the Save the Children Fund, along with similar work on local native reserves. Donations are made to the childrens' ward in the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital through various chapter pro- jects. Other service donations in- clude equipment and monies to the Dorothy Gooder School fnr the Retarded, and Senior Citizens Centre Next week: Monday: Keep fit, a.m Tuesday: Singing, a.m Whist drive p.m. Wednesday: Pot luck lunch and Chesterfield to Spoons show- er, 1 p.m. Everybody welcome Thursday: Singing, Bingo, 2 p.m. Friday: Visit by muses from the local nursing school. Coming events: Feb. 24: Afternoon enlertair ment by a ladies' group well known in southern Alberta. March 24: House warming par ty, p.m. The annual meeting of th Golden Mile Senior Citizens Cen tre was held on Wednesday Mr, and Mrs. Hellmuth Dyck of Coaldale, are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Fried- ericke, to Mr. Carl Granzow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Granzow of Phoenix, Arizona. The wedding will take place on February 19 in the Coaldale Mennonite Church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Irmes of Raymond are pleased to announce the engagement of leir daughter, Patricia Dianne, o Mr. Kenneth Warren Schnei- er, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Villan, of Barons. Mr. and Mrs. Vem Baker of 'icture Butte are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Car- oline Margaret, to Mr. Tracy Arthur Anonson. son of Mr. and ill's. Laurence Anonson of Don- alda, Alberta. The wedding will take place February 19 at p.m. in Itathminster Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Wilf Stauth of Turin are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Deborah Den- ise, to Mr. George Clironik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chronik of Picture Butte. The wedding will take place on March 18 at 3 p.m. in St. Catherine's Church, Pic t u r e Suite. TAKES CHARGE BRISBANE, Australia (Rcu- ter) A 29-year-old woman, who is a crack uistol shot and judo expert, has been appointed officer-in-charge of a police sta- tion in Queensland. Constable First Class Noala Holman is the first woman given such a posi- tion in this state and believed to be the first in Australia. will take charge of a one-man station at Woody Point (popula- tion 20 miles north of Brisbane. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mylcs of Calgary are happy to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Lynne, to Mr. Michael Terence Cairns, am of Mrs. Kathleen M. Cairns and the late Terence W. Cairns of Granum. An evening wedding will be held on May 3 in Lakeview United Church in Calgary. or. .getting excited TALI: a Id) SUPPSMATIC tan'Jo itiow than our com- pulton' 1971 modeli. Th. 61NA SUPEH- DONT BUY UNTIL YOU THY Wr contort SEWING CENTRE 401 5th Strwt South Phon. 327-1177 127.8111 with 70 members present. The 1972 slate of officer was elected as follows: Miss Anne Fairies, president; Mr. Clint Stata, vice president; gis to the mental home in Clint Stata, vice president; Raymond Graves of soldiers Miss Mildred Laqua secretary; for, among other Mrs. Martha Macdonald, metery, by chap- j treasurer; and Mr. Andy Stays- DOROTHY SNOWPLN noble grand The Herald A. Hamilton, Mrs. L. Flceiwocd and Mrs. R. Gilmour. Escorting the new executive to their stations were -Mrs. R. Snowden. Mrs. M. Schopning, Mrs. J. Park, Mrs. M. Coakor and Mrs. E. Scott. officers arc Mrs. M. Sea- man, JP.N'G, Miss Dorothy Snowden. NG, Mrs. J. Reed, VG. Mrs. -N'- Wheeler, rwnnl- inR secretary, Mrs. M. L. Rob- erts, treasurer and Mrs. H. llcaton, financial secretary. Mrs. L. Pizzingrilli, warden, Mrs. Roht. Knowdcn, conrhicior, Mrs. K. Ki'iuiou, color bearer and Mrs. E. Myers, chaplin. Mrs. R. Snowden, HSNG, I Mrs. B. USXG, Mrs. W. Meyers, HSXO. Mrs. I P. LSNG A. Rob- Icrls, 1C, Mrs. W. Nesbitt, OG, (Mrs. W. Willoughhy, HSS, and Mrs. W. Torfason, LSS. Assisting as pianists will be Mrs. It. (iilmour and Mrs. A. Hamilton. Mrs. V. Rhodes was appoinlert as lunch hostess. Mrs. R. Oilmour presented her dnughlor. Mrs. A. Rolwrls, DDI', with a gift for her assis- tance lo the lodjje during her term. Mrs. M. Seaman was pre- sented with her PNG pin and Rift by Mrs. R. Giacom.'iwi on behalf of the lodge. She was also elected as lodi'.e reprcscn- latix'o lo the Rebekah Assem- bly. j ko, Mr. Jim Macdonald and Mrs. Grace Szymiec, directors. AVOID LIGHT Avoid light in storing milk- it destroys an important vi tamin B, riboflavin. ccabion College Shopping "One of your items accidently got into the starch vat...You now have the only bullet-proof suit of heavy long-underwear in town." FOSTER PARENTS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL AWARDS NIGHT Guest Speaker MRS. O. M. MELMESS ALBERTA'S DIRECTOR OF CHILD WELFARE Allan Watson School Tues., Feb. 15th 8 p.m. All interested parties invited lo attcndl WE CAME BACK TO A. E. CROSS STUDIO THEY'RE THE GREATEST Ant) Still Conveniently Located at 710 3rd Ave. S. MR. AND MRS. MIKE MURILLO A. E. CROSS STU! 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 ;