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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Weight-watching Neil Crawford, Alberta health minister, has a young lady check on his figure with a waist measurement while he attended the opening of a new weight-reduction clinic. The unit is located in an Edmonton, hospital. Keeping busy art of living according to 100-year-old TORONTO (CP) "The art! _ of living is keeping says lady, born in Zoe Free who will be 100 years and an emigrant to old in Jury. In her centennial year she's busy taking the chair at society meetings working for several organizations, including the Conservative party and travel- ling- She makes only one conces- sion to age by taking taxis in- stead of public transport. "As long as I have the price of a cab I shall remain a gada- Mrs. Free said. The first thing she does every morning is touch her toes with- out bending her legs. TWs helps ward off stiffness, she, claims. She has monthly medical check-ups and reports that her doctors "are delighted by my physical condition." "The only thing wrong with me is my she said. "Reading is out and I need dark glasses to go out in the sunlight, but at least I can see and get about myself." She also eats well and occa- sionally enjoys a cocktail. 1881, is not enchanted with fte youth and lifestyles of today. "Life is too easy for them and there is far too much she said, "ft was harder for us when I was young, but we were all the better for that. I think we had a higher standard of values." For 25 years Zoe worked as a wardrobe mistress at Shea's Theatre in Toronto. She knew fiie theatrical great Lfly Lang- try and also met Toronto's Mary Pickford when Mary was six years old. Zoe was honored for her public service in Canada when she attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace in 1936. Today she is grandmother to five, great-grandmother to 10 and is anticipating being a great-great-grandmotber. "Mother has always had a sharp sense of her daughter Marjorie said. "Sie still tikes dressing up, playing the mimic and getting up to mischief." GIRL GUIDES OF CANADA CHINOOK AREA STORES Full line of supplies BADGES, UNIFORMS, PUBLICATIONS GIFT ITEMS 217 12th St. 'A' S., Lethbridoe SCOUT-GUIDE HALL Open Fridays 1.S p.m. Phone 328-0733 Photograpbtt Bryan WOsap LOVE IS Inviting the To Capture ond Portray Very Own Personal love Story As Seen Through The Bride's Misty Eyes. RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. Ann i Landers comma marnactes DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am IB yean old, not exactly ancient. I write this letter not to criticize but to ask a ques- tion. It's about Western teen- agers. Are they different from Eastern teens? The way those kids talk to rela- tives ruined my vacation. My 15 year old cousin tells her mother to shut up. Her brother, who is 14, says to his fatter, "You have rocks in your bead." He then says to his grandfather, "And you are nuts, When the mother asks these children to do some- thing, they just sit. Tonight she asked the boy to bring the card table in from lie storage room. He said, "Can't you see I'm busy watching my favorite TV She said, "Oh, I'm sorry, and got the card table .her- self. I sat there dumbfound- ed. I have heard the same smart-mouth talk from their friends. Is it regional? Where I was brought up, such a thing is unheard of. Please comment. Near WaWen's Pond DEAR WALLY: Geogra- phy has nothing to do with it. Show me a smart-mouth kid and I'll show you a home where the parents have ab- dicated their responsibility. This happens in everywhere. Unfortunately, the kids pay the price for permissive up- bringing. Nobody likes obnox- ious, disrespectful behavior. These children take their smart mouth, disrespectful attitude to school and have trouble with teachers. When they get out into the real world the results are some- times disastrous. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband had an affair with my best friend two years ago. It was a cynical, cold business which left me shattered. It was very hard for me to forgive and forget First, because there was no evidence he was sorry. Sec- ond, the woman and her hus- band belong to our social circle and we saw them often. (Divorce was out of the ques- tion. We have several chil- dren who need their Fortunately for me, my husband was transferred out of town a year ago. My joy was short-Kved, however, be- cause I learned last week that we are moving back. I have made it cjear that when we return I do not want to re-establish the friendship. He agreed. Last night he started to push for "togetherness' again and I beside my- self. He tells me he has been asking the woman's husband for favors and professional advice and ft isn't possible to ignore him socially. He DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have a good Job and make a good salary. But the cost of living has me budgeted to tibe last nickeL Every cent means I bate to sound petty, but one of the girls I work with is driving me to Che wall with her small "loans" which torn out to be gifts. We frequently ride the same bus home from work. Twice in the last two weeks she has asked me to pay her fare. She is also a coffee mooch. She has asked me to bring her coffee from the cafeteria at wants me to agree to them to dinner and to accept their invitations like "old times." How can I get out of it? The Other Woman's Friend DEAR F.: Your husband could repay his obligations by taking the other fellow, to lunch, but this isn't what he's after. I nave a feeling you're going to lose the battle in the long run. So face up to it. You'll need an escape valve for your anger. Get some counselling and learn bow to live with that whidi cannot be changed. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was engaged for three years. My fiance found someone else and broke the engage- ment last week. This morn- ing I received a letter asking that I return the ring and all gifts "as a matter of integ- rity." Many of the gifts are in use (TV, radio, humidifier, sun lamp, What should I do? Undecided DEAR UN: You are under no obligation to return any- thing unless you want to. least three times this month, and it's never just coffee it's always few cookies, or a sweet roffl or a piece of pound cake along with the Java. I hate to remind a person about 26c and 35c. It seems so petty. Yet Please advise. Seeing Red DEAR RED: Memorize these five words and prac- tice them in front of the mir- ror: "Sorry, I can't afford it." The next time Minnie The Moodier puts the arm on you for anything, say, "Sorry, I can't afford it." Mr. and Mrs. James Orr Dow are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Dixie Jane to Mr. toger Alan McAdam, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas George Mc- Adam, all of Lethbridge. Toe wedding will take place on August 11 at 2 pjn. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Jranch are pleased to announce he forthcoming marriage of their daughter Gail Maureen, to Mr. Patrick DiHon Coristine, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Orms- by Coristine, of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 4 at 2 p.m. in Mb- Kfltop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Flaa of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Mar- (Lalenaar of local kappeninyA Toe Kiwanis Club of Green Acres will meet Monday at p.m. in the Marquis Hotel Members are reminded of the annual picnic to be held July 16 at Indian Battle Park and of the challenge softfoaH game to be held July 23. The regular luncheon of the Letttbridge Christian Women's Club will be held Monday at pjn. in Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The special feature win be, the art of sculpture, by Corne Martens. Speaker win be Trish Lenihan, a natinal representative. Al women are welcome to attend. Nursery service available. For reservations, please phone 327- 3251 or 327-8033. and out Miss Beatrice Kooy was recently honored with several wedding showers. Host- esses were Mrs. V. Dravlin Mrs. B. Slavkh, Mrs. B. Ylma, Mrs. M. Roach, Mrs. Postman and Mrs. A. Findlay. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Stanley's mother was strong She spent the first few years of her married We picking up little dumbbells." ARCHDEACON C C SWANSON iisj. AAlk Win WIWTVrV TfVej Win Ml NilVVIJUry of his Ordination as Priest en JULY 27th Parish of St. AvoMtine's invites hit many friends te a FESTAL EVENSONG Iff St. AvgvsHnel Chvrdt at July 27 Rftwl OtflflW Will IW fttlO flTfVW0T09 9t 0 9n9n9f for the dinner are available at the Church Office Mon. through Fri. from till noon, or by applying to Mrs. Bolctnrrice, 327-5936. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Goodman of Calgary are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Valerie Jean to Mr. William F. Joevenazzo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Joeven- azzo of Lettbridge. The wedding will take place on August 18 at 2 p.m. in the Canadian Martyrs Church of Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dunne wish to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Anita Nora, to Mr. Richard Masaru Hirotsu, son of Mr. Kazuyoshi Hirotsu all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 4 in Our Lady of Assumption Church. garet Joanne to Mr. Joseph fiyd- ney Houssian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hassan Houssian of Rock- glen, Saskatchewan. The wedding will take place on July 28 at p.m. in Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Zook are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Simone Tberese, to Mr. Roch Bruneau, son of Mrs. Antoinette Bruneau and the late Mr. Guy Bnmeau, all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on July 28 at 4 p.m. in St Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of daughter Carol Ann to Mr. Terry Lee Steen, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. L. Steen. all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 3 at p.m. in the First United Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Robert RuOedge of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Lisa Anne, to Mr. David Peter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Joseph Wall of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The garden wedding will take place on July 20 at p.m. at the home of the_ bride's par- ents. Schaefer Hominuke Strathcona Baptish Church in Edmonton was the setting for the recent weddng of Miss Flor- ence Jane Hominuke, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hominuke of Lethbridge; and Mr. Allan Lee Schaefer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schaefer Of Tnnigfflil Rev. Robert Vaugaan offici- ated at the double-ring cere- mony, with organist Mrs. Rob- ert Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Schaefer played an organ and violin duet at the signing of the register. Miss Janet Hominuke, sister of tin bride, was maid of honor, with bridal attendants Miss Lone Schaefer, sister of the groom and Miss Jennifer Hom- inuke, sister of the bride. Flow- erghi was Miss Amy Schaefer, cousin of the groom. Best man was Mr. Brian Schaefer, cousin of the groom, with ushers Mr. Earl Dreesch- en of Einora end Mr. Mark Hominuke, brother of the bride. A reception was held in the church auditorium, with Mr. Bob Smith, cousin of the bride, as master of ceremonies. Mr. Stanley Smith, uncle of the bride, proposed the toast to the bride. Congratulatory e 1 egrams were received from California and Victoria, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer have taken up residence in Edmon- ton where they will .continue their studies at the University of Alberta, love is... ...helping bef ttean the lotmges. LOSE INCHES IN NINETY RELAXING MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY! FIGURE TRIM GUARANTEE You'll IOM 2 en yew first visit, end 5 by your fifth er yew meney wit in fwll. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN PRICE HOLIDAY SPECIAL PHONE NOW KM YOUR HOOOAT SPfCIAl FIGURE TRIM WiSTMINSTBt SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13Hi ST. N. WONE 32S-9M6 Setwdey, Jvty 7, 1973 THf UTHMlDOf HEftAlD It A. E. CROSS photo August wedding Mr. Lewis Mills is pleased to announce the forth- conning marriage of his daughter Diane Louise to Mr. Randall James Duffy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Duffy, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 11 at 3 p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. nqaqetnenfa a a Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whiteow of Wrentham announce the en- gagement of their daughter MoneBe Lee to Mr. Ronald Alexander Fraser, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fraser of West- lock. The marriage will take place on Friday, August 17 in the Wrentham Community Church. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wagar of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Deborah Jean to Mr. Kenneth John Stokke of Medicine Hat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Stokke of Goven- lock, Saskatchewan. announce The double ring ceremony will take place on July 28 at p.m. in the Knox United Church, Taber. J. announce Mrs. Henry Sharpies wishes to announce the marriage of her daughter Carol Barbara, to Mr. Terence Wiflard Henk- er, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Henker, all of Clares- holm. The wedding took place on June 28 in Banff, .with a family reception held at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold of Bragg Creek. MBM Free WEDDING Included With Your Wedding Invitation Order Punled With Your Wfdd.ng Plant' Pick up your QUESTION AND ANSWER CIRCULAR csted by bride ____( THE HERALD PRINTERS Box 516 Lethbridge Phone 327-3203 Cor. 7th St I 5th Ave 5 Crowsnest Pass Agen: VERN DECOUX Phon- 563-5H9 NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire fee team Prefestten WHY NOT MCOMI A HAIRDRESSER 3 fully qvafitied fvfl time instiwe- tfMM Oflfl Wft fVOCfl 0fr CPT cwmnejr TW A prefokiera) bsoufruan frIOn fftf) II I fltft 8T9 cm rill Hiis r -i wm MEWOTPf iis Cevpen 5fh St. S., Urhbridoel .NAME j 1 ADDRESS I ,CITY ftVW Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be srtven every 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 ONIY .................S 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COIUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Report- If you wish information published which would be additional to thai provided on The Herold's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be OEADUNE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION Will BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDmONAl INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The letiibridge Herald ;