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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Country club fashions Joanne, wife of Lethbridge golf pro Ed Englehardt, models a crisp cotton gown from Finland in dramatic red and white print. The simple, bias-cut dress with its mat- ching short cape is among the collection to be shown by the women of the Lethbridge Country Club at their annual tea and fashion show from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday. cJLocal The Ladies' Auxiliary to the (Kiginal Pensioners and Sen- ior Citizens Inc. will meet al 2 p.m. Friday in Gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre, when ar- rangements will be made for the trip to St. George's Island, June 15. Bingo will be played and lunch served after the meeting. Members will be given raffle tickets tx> sell for the tea and bazaar. Sept. 8. A good attendance is requested. V The Lethbridge chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets from 8 to p.m. each Wednes- day in the basement of Christ Trinity Lutheran Church, 420 j 12th St. S. Guests welcome. 'CLEAN" with Steam Over 6 years in the cleaning field Wall-ro-Wall Broadloom, Rugs and Upholstery RELIABLE CARPET CARE PHONE 327-4493 CLIP AND TRY THIS DELICIOUS ROGERS' RECIPE Frost your family s favourite cake with this luscious topping. Rocky Road Frosting A tablespoons butter or margarine 1 ounce unsweetened chocolate 7: cup golden brown sugar, lightly packed 2 tablespoons Rogers' Golden Syrup 3 tablespoons cream Is cup icing sugar, sifted "A cup miniature marsh- rnallows (or cut-up large marshmallows) Place bulter, chocolate, brown sugar, Rogers' Golden Syrup and cream in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly; boil hard 2 minutes (untifbubbles are large and Remove from heat and mix in icing sugar and marshmallows, stirring until melted. Immediately spread over top of cake, letting it drip down sides. Gar- nish with pecan or walnut halves. This is enough frosting for the top of an 8" or 9" layer cake or square cake; or a cake baked in a 10" tube pan. Buy ROGERS' In the tin or popular plistic container For a free ROGERS' RECIPE BOOK, write: B.C. Sugar Refining Co. Ltd., Rogers Street, Vancouver, B.C. Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Last Valentine's Day I came very close to asking my wife for a divorce. Why? Because she has been grossly over- weight for the past eight years and I am sick of it. She goes for every diet that comes along, takes pills and insists she is "trying." She is "trying" all right every- thing and anything but cut- ting down on her eating. She has something in her mouth all day long. We are both in our middle 30s, although she looks older. I still have all my hair and can get into my wedding trousers, in case you are wondering. Although I'm- no Burt Reynolds I keep getting "come hither" looks from some very cute chicks in the office. To my wifes credit, we have good kids and she's a better-than-average cook. The house looks O.K. and I DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently someone asked what to do about a former neighbor who drinks, calls her on the phone, and talks and talks and talks. Well, I think I'm the neighbor who drinks, so please hear me out. I know I make a pest of myself but sometimes I get so lonesome I can't stand it. But I do have my pride drunk or sober. Your suggestion that "For- mer Neighbor get an unlist- ed number is not practical. Celebrities may find it con- venient to be incommunica- do, but the average person wants to be reached. How much better to tell the drunk DEAR ANN LANDERS: You have stated repeatedly that you are against the le- galization of marijuana. Why? Alcohol is more dam- aging than pot and it's le- gal. This is ridiculous. Please clarify. Lincoln, Neb. DEAR LINC: No one knows for sure how damag- ing pot is over the long haul. But it appears from the stud- have no other ex- cept her weight. A woman who would rather give in to her taste-buds than please her husband lets the world know be in not very important to her. This hurts. Do I have a right or not? It Up To You DEAR LEAVING: A right to what? Start kanoodlin' around with one of those cute chicks in the office? Sounds like this is what you're after. I am not making excuses for your wife, but plenty of husbands love their fat wives and plenty more cheat on thin ones, so don't delude yourself. I hope, for her sake, that your wife will get some coun- selling and find out why she has to have something in her mouth all day long. It could be the beginning of a better life for both of you. Ohen she is sober) exactly how you feel about the calls. I can almost guarantee that the embarrassment will be so great that even if she is thoroughly sloshed she will remember and there will be no more calls. Sign me Been There And Trying To Get Back DEAR B. T. AND TRY- ING. Not all drunks behave the same way. Some become totally uninhibited couldn't care less if they bother peo- ple. Others don't remember anything, and so on. But I'm sure your suggestion would work for some. (P.S. Hang in there, honey. Others have made it back and you can, ies now emerging that pot is a lot more destructive than was originally thought. Many authorities are revers- ing their positions. Booze is here to stay. Prohibition was a failure. We now have alcoholics in the U.S. and I would not care to add another pot heads who are spaced out on grass. Wednesday, e, THI LtTHMIDGE HHtAlD 21 DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I have been firm with our own children. They are well-behaved, con- siderate youngsters, five and seven. But we are having such serious difficulties with the children of some close friends that it is threatening our relationship with them. Please help. Our two must be in bed at p.m. on week-days and p.m. on non school nights. Frequently these friends bring their two to sleep at our home. They are permitted to watch TV and roam around the house as late as a.m. Apparently, they are also permitted to help themselves to whatever is in the refrigerator at home so they do the same at our home. These youngsters eat all evening long. My husband and I like this couple very much but their kids are a pain in the neck. Do we have the right to dis- cipline them when they are in our home and their par- ents are present but uncon- DEAR ANN: Yes you do and I hope you will. And don't be surprised if the kids like it. Children don't really enjoy running wild and doing as they please. They like to be told who's who and what's what. It gives them the idea they are worth bothering, about and that someone cares about them. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "This bill is terribly small Couldn't be more than six inches long I'm afraid I'll need two of them." SANDALS! SANDALS! SANDALS! Yes, we do have sizes to 11 also 4A, AAA, AA, B Fittings We invite you to come in and try on a pair or two of foot pampering "AMALFI" SANDALS BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th AVE S. PHONE 327-7300 Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. Temporary Location 1315 9th Ave. South Store Hours: Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. MIIK PAWDPR IWl I LbIm m W WW Ir t ll Western Family, Instant 5-lb. bag OAI uny 9 VIV P'lk 7 Queen Charlotte...................... for purper VlllllElVb Veiveeta 2 Ib. block At PLCSAUCE Western Family 14 oz 4 for 89 Monte Cream Style 14 az. 4 Canned Ib. tin r Lt Crushed, Sliced or Tidbits for o9 ICED TEA 65" POTATO ROLLS BLEACH Western Family 64 oz. 39 CIGARETTES alue'Village PRODUCE PHONE 328-1751 POTATOES LOCAL GROWN Ib. bag VHfl IMLUUl California Jumbos for CELERY HEARTS -.59 CABBAGE2.35 Temporary Location 904 7th Ave. South ECONOMY MEATS Phone 327-5295 BEEF STEAKETTFS 4 or 8 per Ib. L B PORK STEAKS GROUND BEEF BACON Ib. 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