Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wtdnndoy, tannery II, TMI UTMMIDOI HMAID 23 JUST IYIN6 AROUND A model lounges on circu- lar bed, one of many exhibit at the Canadian Furniture Mart being held at the Canadian Exhibition in Toronto. Manufacturer! are exhibiting their new lines to retailer! across the country. Calendar Uf The Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter, IODE, will hold the regular monthly meeting at Ihe home of the Misses D. and B. Church, 535 15 St. S. at 8 p.m. on Thursday. The Anne Campbell Singers will leave by bus from South- minster Church at 1 p.m. on Friday for Bow Island where they will sing at and p.m. The Registered Music Teach- ers' Association will hold its annual meeting on Thursday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. An Motor, 539 Dieppe Blvd. The Original Pensioners and Sera Citizens Society Ladies' Auxiliary will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre. Bingo to follow, oca lunch served. Membership tick- eta will be available. A good attendance is requested. f The Lethbridge Natural His- tory Society will meet on Fri- day at 8 p.m. at the Bowman Arts Centre. The film, Atone- ment, will be shown, and re- freshments will be served. Old time and western square dance classes will be held in Taber on Thursday at 8 p.m. ui the Dr. Hammon School. This is being held in conjunc- tion with the recreation depart- ment. Everyone welcome. The Major Jack Ross Chap- ter tone, will meet on Friday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs J. Craig, 2122 16 Ave. S. A full attendance is requested. FASHION COATS A large selection to choose from INCLUDING TWEEDS AND FUR TRIMMED DRESSES A selection to suit everyone's taste. SHORT DRESSES, MINIS, LOUNGING DRESSES, AS WELL AS FORMAL WEAR. SPORTWEAR PANT-TOPS, SKINNY KNITS, BLAZERS, SLACKS, SKIRTS AND SWEATERS, ETC. AVAILABLE AT BOTH STORES ACROSS FROM THE MARQUIS 328 7lh ST. S. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I am a nurse .who has a message for the lady whose leg is in a cast and can't bend over to pull s stoctog on. Here's an alternate suggestion in case she is too shy to follow your advice and ask the help of a stranger. She should get two sticks of wood approximately two feet long, Brick and sturdy enough so she can handle them. She should then get some garters from a discarded girdle and staple them to the ends of the sticks. All the lady has to do is attach one "garter stick" to each side of the opening of the stocking, and with one stick in each hand, manoeuvre the stocking onto her foot It is an Instant arm extender for many of our patients who cannot bend over. B.B. R.N. Dear B.B.: Bravo! Thanks for a peachy solution. Dear Ann Landers: It's obvious that you don't play the piano. Even so I was distressed at your abysmal ignorance. Your advice that the piano be left with the parents instead of presented to OK talented eon who was getting married was astonishing. A piano is not a piece of furniture. It's a musical In- strument. It needs to be used, tuned, and kept in good con- dition. A piano that is played "occasionally" will deterior- ate. Our youngest son loves music. We bought him a magnifi- cent piano paid for it. He said he'd rather have that than a car. When he marries, ube piano will be his. An- other thing, Ann. You may have caused more trouble than you realize because after the parents die, their three sons (or their wives) will probably fight over who gets that rusty piece of junk. Mom Dear Mom: I bow to your superior wisdom and exper- ience. Tbanks for writing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: When our son Larry married a lazy, Ill-bred girl I told myself it was none of my business and if he was happy with her that's all that mattered. My husband and I have gone out of our way to make sure Larry and his wife never knew of our feelings. We accepted Uie fact that Lila would never change and we have kept our mouths shut. The problem is this: Their 12-year-old son la asthmatic. The boy has been hospitalized several times and is under constant medical care. Lila does absolutely nothing to help him. The child's room is filthy, like the rest of the house, even though his mother knows he is allergic to dust. Cats and dogs are running all over. If the boy wants clean clothes he has to run the washer himself. I am sick about this. When I tell my son his wife's lazi- ness is disgraceful he makes excuses for her and calls me an interfering mother-in-law. If I phone the doctor and tell him wbat I know it is sure to start trouble. Please advise me. Slow Burn In Syracuse. Dear Burn: If the boy is under constant medical care, the doctor has, I am sure, already instructed Larry and Lila regarding their son's allergies. If they refuse to follow his orders, they are not about to listen to you. Stay out of this unless you are willing to take your son and his wife to court, prove them unfit parents and fight for custody of the child. I do not recommend this. It will be a never-ending battle with dire ramifications. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "BOY, something sure smells good in here.. .Is that a perfumed Green Giant 12-or tint IllULbi I V ONIONS, OLIVES, GHERKINS PAKP MIX Vnfmt IvIlfV PINEAPPLE JUICE RAISIN BREAD Pouth pak, auorted i 3 R V for I 4 1N liqud Fruit Cocktail Detergent Mth Paramount pink .........7-ox. Light Bulbs rr16014 Lard Tend'rflak- ,.lb 5- Coffee Nabob ]lb 1 00 Chocolate Quik tin .och Pickles m Strawberry Jam 1-29 Peanut Butter 1-19 MEATS PHONE 327-S29S J PORK LOIN CHOPS Boneless Fowl .00 Bologna In the Cut up trayi Ib. V Wieners lb Pork Riblefs 2 lb Ground Beef PRODUCE PHONE 32I-17S1 Apples B'c- Man' Sportoni or Rtd Dcliciout California fresh and flreen 4-lb- bop V Ib. d for Grewn b. pkg. xQil UTS Baking Potatoes 2 Village BAKERY Phone 327-2424 PlGS Freth baked Raisin Cinnamon Buns Swiss Tarts Butter Buns LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13lh STREET and 6th AVENUE I.