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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jon. 10, 1972 TH! LETHBRIDOt HEBAID Miss American Teenager won title on third attempt By MAUREEN JAM1ESON I Family Editor Last September, Janene For- thought she had lost Ihe Miss American Teenager con- led. "I was so sine 1 wouldn't win I told my mother and my broth- ers not to bother said Janene, who lives in Arlington, Virginia. "The nighi before, I was feel- ing very depressed when I phoned them. During Uie per- sonality contest all I'd talked about was my church work. When I walked out I realized 1 didn't talk about me. 1 thought I'd lost. But they told me after- wards that was one of the things (hat impressed them very much." Janene made two unsuccess- ful attempts at the title before winning it. "At 15, I almost got it, so I was motivated to try the next year at 16, and the same thing happened. So I tried again at 17, and that's when I won for the State ol Vir- ginia." The next step was the na- tional preliminaries in New Jer- sey. "Altogether in the pageant, there were she said. Janene will graduate from Washington Lee High School in Arlington shortly after she com- mences summer school at Brig- ham Young University in Provo, Utah. Due to pageant commitments, missed the last month ol school and had to study hard. I'll be a freshman before Ihe (graduation) results are she said. "I've been modelling profes- sionally for three years, and teaching modelling for two years. I like photography and love runway. "That was a help in the beau- ty pageant. I knew what I was doing on the runway. A girl with no experience is nervous and not sure how to move. Most just don't know how to walk, and that's very important. It look me months and a lot of hard work to walk properly. "The instructor didn't think there was any way for me to get that walk, and now I'm teaching it, among other things. "I got into modelling through a director in the first pageant. I'm enjoying modelling and leaching it, and I'm consider- ing the possibility of a finishing school of my own. But I do know I enjoy the theatre and would like to get into it." An impressive list of rewards goes with the title, she said, among them "a 1972 Dodge Challenger, a wardrobe, a long fox fur coat, a dia- mond wrist watch, Encyclopae- dia Brilannica, lots of makeup, and up to worth of gifts." Miss American Teenager's duties, which are channelled through a national director, in- clude advising the youth not to smoke on behalf of the Ameri- can Cancer Society, and acting as spokesman for (he Dodge motor company, one of the pag- eant's sponsors. 1 am active in a lot of civic organizations, and I've done a [ol of travelling for parades. I've just got through doing an appearance at Transpo 72 in Dallas the largest ground and air show in the world. It's for transportation. "It's been a wonderful said Janene. "As soon as I won the title I fiew to Los Angeles and appeared on TV. On one of the shows, the Dating Game, I won a trip to Honolulu, and that was a lot of fun. "For the most part, I don'l have any choice where I go. Alt I do is get ready and go. I never know where I'm going five minutes before I leave. "My mother is my, manager. She helps me with packing anc she's given me all the support I could need. There's no way I would be able to manage with- out her. "I've saved all my money anc fees, and now I've got my col fege paid Janene said. "My mother sews all my clothes, anc I got makeup from the pageants alxi my shoes seem to last a long time." 1 trips hotels, reslaur ants, even tips for taxis ev erything is paid she explained. Janene's parents are both from M a g r a t h, where he grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Dow, still live. "I used to live In she said, "and 1 was in m; grandmother's first grade class when my grandfather was principal. He never missed a day of school in 40 years." Janene is in Lethbridge tc take part in the youth program for education week, today Monday and Tuesday, which is sponsored by the Church Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Girl guides plan June conference Miss Laurie Margaret Ellis ol Champion, will be among the aides assisLing with events at the 21st World Conference World Association of Ctrl Guides and Girl Scouts. The conference will be held m D ownsview, Onlari o from June 3 through to 23, with ap- proximately 400 women dele- gates and observers attending. This marks the first timo that Canada, a founding mem- her of the world association, will host the conference. The conference is conducted in English, French and Span- ish, with one guide choosen from each province to tend and take part in closing ceremonies. The Alberta representative is Miss Kalhy KranabeUer, of Led ILC. GRADUATION NIGHT The Gait School of Nursing, the School of Radiology and the School of laboratory Technology honored its graduating student nurses at com- mencement exercises held last evening. Guest speaker was Dr. R. L, Johnson, with Miss Beverly Seitz as Valedictorian. Faulds Photo Municipal nursing students honored at commencement BEVERLY SEITZ Valedictorian JANENE FOR5YTH Foulds Photo UUIN1 PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE 12 INGLIS WASHERS PIUS 25-LB. WASHER 6 INGLIS DRYERS QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 3270811 Forthcoming marriages Woman invades bullpen PORT ANGELES, Wash (AP) It was the usual seen at the "bullpen" on the For Angeles dock, the men luiddlec around talking, smoking an playing cards in the ill-lit sma' room. But there was an uneasy at mosphere. The sanctum about to he invaded by a wo- man. Not just any woman but lady longshoreman. Bill Uphouse of Ihe Olympic Peninsula Stevedore Co. said it was the first time on the wesl coast that a woman was going to work on the docks. In jest, one man nailed a sign over a door bearing Ihe simple message "women." In seconds, another man, unsmil- ing, ripped it down. Just then, in came I h e woman, her long wavy hair blowing. She wore a nervous smile with' her heavy work shoes and flannel shirt. Julie Fuller, 23, of Port An- geles, walked to the tahle and signed in. For all her 5 feet 7 and heavy work garb sha was all girl. "T always thought about It, so I decided to find sho said. As bar girl, clerk and office assistant she has worked around men hut never really with them. She admitted being nervous hut was anxious to get started without making any mistakes. Her turn came and she wcni off with a crew as a "swing I wrapping cables around I logs to be hoisted. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irwin Lethbridge are pleased to nnounce the forthcoming mar- iage of their daughter, Bernice Juth, to Mr. Bruce David iohnel, son of Mr. and Mrs. )avid Bollnet, of Irvine, Al- >erta. Tire wedding will take place in July 8 at p.m. in Mc- 'United Church. Mr. and Mrs, Wilson Christ- man of Monarch are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- iage of their youugest daugh- ter, Marilyn Joyce, to Mr. Hel- mut Peters, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Peters, of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 12 at 2 p.m. in the Church oi the Nazarene, Leth- jridge. Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Bntlin are happy to announce the forth- coming marriage of Lheir daughter, Deeidra Alice Oil, lo Mr. Gary Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. (Hoss) Morri- ion, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on July 15 at 5 p.m. in South- minster United Church. and Mrs. Lowell Perkins of Idaho Falls, Idaho, The wedding will be solem- nized on June 27 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. Mrs. Marg L. Lowry Is pleased to announce the forth- coining marriage of her daugli- ,er, Carol Elaine, to Mr. Mar- lon Glenn Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Bailey, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place i July 7 at 4 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints Stake Centre, Lelhbridge Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Matthews of Sidney, B .C., formerly of Lethbridge, are pleased lo nounce the forthcoming mar- riage o[ their daughter Susan Eileen to Mr. Robert Spencer Gill of Victoria, B.C. The wedding will take place at 4 p.m. on June 30 in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Sidney. Father Joseph Jackson will off! ciat e, with Reverend Bill Hill from SI. Mi- chael and All Angels assisting. Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Snow of Calgary are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their only daughter, Sharon Leigh, to Mr. John Roy Malec, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. John Malec, of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on July 8 at p.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. MoJine are pleased to announce thi forthcoming marriage their daughter, Linda Barbara, to Mr. Sandy Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stevens, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will' take place on June 17 at 4 p.m. in First United Church, Graduates of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Gait School of Nursing, School of Radiology and School of Laboratory nology were honored at com- mencement exercises held last night, in Southminsler United Church. The address lo the graduates was given by Dr. R. L. John- son, who has been so honored twice in (he past two years. He spoke of those girls pres- ent, as "distinguished gradu- ates" and said they had "per- severed and attained success." Dr. Johnson referred to the culmination of Lheir schooling and the "result of your general aptitude and as a step forward in their lives at this point. He reminded the new gradu- ates to be "mindful of the con- cept of life as a contact experi- ence." He said that in their chosen profession, they must be "pre- pared to demonstrate ab i 1 i I y and accept In closing, Dr. Johnson said he wished "all well and the blessings of the Almighty in the furtherence of your endeavors." Miss Beverly Seitz was hon- j ored with the general profici-1 ency award, as well as being chosen valedictorian for the event. She summarized the past three years of the graduates' nursing training, and said that "tonight is a time for remem- brance all past experiences are only a memory." Miss Seitz spoke briefly to the j present nursing students and said they should "be determined and you will reach your goal." Sha expressed her thanks to parents for "their infinite love; held this evening in Sven Erick and encouragement the in-! sen's Family Restaurant, structors for their knowledge and unlimited patience j In conclusion, Miss Seitz wish-! ed her "fellow classmates every 1 success." and said they must remember that the "process of learning goes on." Other graduants honored with awards were: Miss Linda Shock- ey, medical nursing ability; Miss Penny Drury, proficiency in surgical nursing; Miss Deb- bie Rogers, obstetrical nursing award; Miss Irene Ennis. award for the nursing of children and Miss Marlene Lily Terrilt, general proficiency in laboratory tech- nology. The graduation hall will he F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Avo. A nnd 13lh St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Card] for l.OO or 2Sf Each 7 Number Garnet JACKPOT free Games and" Flee Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 1 6 not ollowid" HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their only daughter, Gail Lois, to Mr. C. Rodney Sauter. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sauter of Vauxhall. 7he wedding will take place on July 29 at 5 p.m. in First United Church. STIRLING (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Eldon B. Zaugg of Stirling are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of I heir daughter, Carolyn Rae, to Mr. Timothy K. Perkins, son of Mr. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAIL A Blackout BTngo ployed far (III wen every Saturday plu> Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for Jl.OO or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireball) GENERAL MEETING A Gsnsral Mealing of the LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE will be held on Wednesday, June 21 at 12 Noon in the Red Cross Building for the purpoio of revising the through extraordinary resolution. SUMMER TYPING CLASS TEENAGERS (ages 14 to 20) UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND ADULTS BEGINNING JULY 3 FOR FOUR WEEKS MORNINGS FROM 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON INCLUDING TEXT AND SUPPLIES LIMITED ENROLLMENT RESERVE NOW HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 202 F. W. 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