Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THf V5THRRIDOE HCRAID _ Woilncsdny, March 8, "m Executive elected by chapter Education and children over- seas profited from the work of the IODE during the past year. Annual reports presented by the Dr. F. Mewburn Chapter OBE, showed a total of was spent on education awards given to city schooK Miss C. Mai'Eachern, secre- tary for services at home and abroad, repotted 2-17 knitted and sewn articles were distri- buted in Canada and through the Save the Children Fund. Gifts of jewelry, clothing, cos- metics, magazines and books were sent to hospitals, nursing and senior citizens' homes and the Lethbridge Fricndshio Cen- tre. Other donalions included a Christmas hamper of food, and gifts and clothing. Members o! I he chapter spent J83 hours in volunteer work for the Blood Dono.' Clinic. Total value of all projects was An election of officers also look j-.'.ace, witti Mrs. C. F Steele being returned as regent for her second term of office. Oilier officials elected wm-o [Mrs. C. M. Cranslovm. first vice regent; Mrs. D. Ci. W. Sutli- j crlancl, second vice regent, i Mrs. E. V. Langford, sccre- 1 Miss D. Church, treasurer; Mrs. F. E. Quittenbaum, sii- vices, assisted by Miss C. Mac- Eacliem and Mrs. A. P. ;5aines; Mrs. H. P. Court, education; Mrs. L. J. McKenzie, echoes: Miss M. McNcely, standard bearer; Mrs. J. Morgan, pub- licity; Mrs. A. A. Cameron, lios- pitaiity, assisted by Mrs. A. Guise; Mrs. A. S. Fumcrton. mem- jbership; Mrs, E. Conslablc. ill Counsellors for the year will be A. V. Mrs. D. J. lieattie, Airs. G. L. Nor- Iman and Mrs. S. D. Rooke. Hu By LOUIS NEVIN LONDON (API "Making love is a lot more important than the prospective British brides are warned. "Your husband i.-; your 1 asset. You ignore him your marriage counsellor Dr. Elizabeth Penrose said in tlie 17th edition of the British Medi- cal Association's book, (letting Married, to be published .Mon- day. Dr. Eric Trimmer forecast "new-style for thfl 1970s in another chapter of the book, They sound like the ans- J vver to a maiden's dream: "Fit- tor, more virile and more thir- jable tlian anything available 'from the uOs and 60s vintage years of men. i "Women as liberators seem to be winning all along the Una and the cloL'tors are rJLjht behind them if they can liberate their i menfolk from the perils of fat, j flab and he added. "The trendy husband of the j 70s must have a lean lonk about him and stay that way." But Dr. Penrose had plenty of do's and (lout's for brides to I hold their new super husbands. JAPANESE DAY Students at St. Paul's Separate School celebrate education week by learning more about another county. The two If (tie Japanese ladies kneeling in front of the cherry blossom tree are left, Rila Muccla- rone and Bonnie Bonnerman. Good afternoon "Mb" links ana out or lawn Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma PM, recently held a Uaek- ivarits Parly at the home of Mrs. Bcv Park. guests wci'c Miss Koma Diuinyk, Mi's. B a r I) a r a Marshulsay, Mrs. Marilyn Christenson, Mrs. Kliirley IVizell, Mrs. Glcnna Gellatcly, Mi-s. Lirala Pork, Mns. Ami lij-nd and Mrs. Deb- bie Taylor. A parly v.as held at Hie home oj Mrs. Enid Wrate recently for members and friends of the Ba- ha'i Community to celebrate the beginning of tlie Intercalary Days. The theme of old fnsh- ioned days resulted in imaginp.- live costumes and a display of Mrs. Wrate's heirloom needle- work acid cltitKi. Intercalary days mark a per- iod of several days set aside each Baha'i year as r lime for giflgiving ami hospitality. T1MKS CHANGE I BOURNEMOUTH, England (AP) Rev. David Moor said Ins home for unwed mothers would close after 30 years for lack of clientele because "there's no stigma attached to illegitimacy anymore. Now par- ents let their pregnant daugh- ters stay at home." SEASON" J Hi! lendar of- Local hap a Original Pensioners and Sen- Mr. and Mrs. A. Shackle- ior Citizens Auxiliary will meet j foul Mill be honored on their on Friday at 2 p.m. in gym 2 of 1 50th wedding anniversary with the Civic Sports Centre. Follow- j a family reception at S v e n ing the meeting bingo will be j Ericksen's Family Restaurant played and lunch served, A Saturday. An open house will good attendance is requested. First United Church UCW Unit meetings are as follows: Margaret Atkins, Thursday at 2 p.m, at the home ol Mrs. J. N. Hostess be held for friends on Sunday from p.m. at Ericksen's. No gilts, by request. Natural High, a folk-rock mu- sical production with 30 young people will be sponsored by ITiC Kergan. :anc' CGIT groups of McKillop Reid, 504 16th St. will be Mrs. A. L. Annie J, Chappelir Tuesday at i United Church, Sunday at 7 2 p.m. at the homo of Mrs. K. ;P-m' in the sanctuary. It is di- May, 1119 12th St. B N. Bv HOY It. COPI'KKL'D The question before tlie house .eday is the pronunciation nf Ms., whose use is advocated by women's libbers in place of Mrs. or Miss to conceal marital sta- lls. The answer, as given by 'eminists, is But that pro- nunciation, al t h o u g h there teems to be no satisfactory al- emative, has its unfortunate aspects. For one tiling. Miz is well es- blished as a dialectal pronun- ciation of JMrs., as often used in the comic strips Pogo and Barney Google ant! Snuffy Smith. Hov; can women's lib be satisfied with a designation that not only might be confused with Mrs. but also has a hill- billy sound? In cue newspaper that tried out Ms., stories about weddings and engagements so identified Lily Jackson, Monday at R p.m. at the home of Mrs. J, Quayle, 621 10th St. N. Jubilee, Tuesday at 8 p.m. at j the home of Mrs. M. MacDon- r e c t e d hy Mrs. Annnbelto Preugger. Everyone welcome. Coffee will be served following j the service. ald, 908 12th St. N. Tise regular monthly meeting of the Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE, Emily Lytle, Thursday at 2 Chapter TODE, will ne held p.m. at the home of Mrs._S. M. j Thursday at R p.m. at the home Sansord, 423 12th St. A N. Magowan Harleman, Thurs- day at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. M. Peterson, 2407 7th Ave. N. Wliitmore Johnson, Thurs- day, March 23 at p.m. at the home of Mrs. D. Siewert, 351 18th St. N. DO YOU NEED A CHECKUP? Are you over 35? Du you smoke? Arc you descended from short-lived ;incostors? H your answer to any of these; questicms Js you'd, be wise to have a medical check- up once a year. But should you see your family doctor... or visit a diagnostic clinic? How important is it that the doctor takes your blood pres- sure. checks your lie-art With an electrocardiograph... and gives you a proper blood test? Be sureyour next check- up is a thorough Rent! A CHECKUP MAY SAVE YOUR LIKK-om; of fas- cinating articles in March Reader's Digest. Get your copy today! of Mrs. A. S. Fumerton, 1714 13th Ave. S. Old time and western square dance classes will be held ir Tabcr on Thursday at 3 p.m. in the Dr. Hammon school. Wo- men are asked to please bring j a box lunch. This is being held j in conjunction with the recrea t lion department. Everyone icome. the nubile young wornon con- cerned, But this could easily cause indignation, because a miss who is about to be mar- ried is not likely to be pleased by anything that may raise doubts over whether she was previously wed. To sum up the principles that have been set forth here, it seems inadvisable to use Ms.; a. When a married couple are referred to in the form Mr. and Mrs. John Smith (not Mr. and b. Upon fir.st mention of a wcv man by her full name, any more than a man would be des- ignated as Mr. on first mention. c. When a woman is formally identified by her husband's name: Mrs. John Smith. Ob- viously, Ms. John Smith is just as absurd as Mr, and Ms. John Smith. d. In announcements of en- gagements and weddings. If the bride has been married before, and there is reason to indicate the fact, Mrs. seems preferable. NEW POLICY Boyd Wright, associate editor of Women's Wear Daily, was kind enough to tell me about the new policy of his newspa- per, which adopted Ms. last November. The decision was made, he said, not to conceal marital status; if that is impor- tant to the story, it is indi- cated, just as it would be for a man. The change was decided upon because it was considered unjust, and illogical to use any title that needlessly flaunts mar- ital status. The style now followed by Women's Wear Daily calls for the use of a woman's full name on first reference, without a FA' ROUTE DELIVERY BALTIMORE CAP) Mrs. E. Paul Byrne gave birth to a baby girl in the back seat of a Volk- swagen while her husband was driving on Interstate 95 near here, taking her to a hospital. Dr. Byrne, a dentist who prac- tises near Manassas, Va., took the mother and baby on to hos- pital ami both were reported in good condition. itle (Jane Tliercaltor, she is referred to as Ms. Doe. Vis. John Doe is used only as a "iast resort when the husband's jiven name is kncnvn but the subject's given name cannot be obtained, the Mr. and Ms. John Doe construction is avoided by ising John and Jane Doe or the John Does. "Women's Wear Daily uses )lenty of foreign Mr. Wright commented, "and used to accompany them with Mme., Mile., and other foreign equivalents of Mrs. and Miss. We dropped these, but make an exception when a woman's title ias been widely identified with ler: Mmc. Chiang, for exam- ple, and Mme. Nhu." The editors of Women's Wear Daily are convinced that its. j l become standard usage. In Mr. Wright's words, "Before the 70s are out, Miss and Mrs. will be as anachronistic as Esq. following a man's name, or Master as used in addressing a small boy." (Reprinted from Editor and ORGAN RINTAl J1W5I4 GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. A. VV. Shactdeford cele- brale fheir 50lh wedding anniversary on Saturday a family supper at Svc.i Erick- sen's Restaurant. The Shacklefords have been residenls of ihe city since 1921, and travelled to Calgary in 1922 [o be married M St. Michael's ancf Ad Angels Anglican Church. Thsy have three sons, Douglas Alfred and Robert Edward of Lefhbridge and Allan William, of Calgary. The couple also has seven grandchildren. An open house will be held for friends on Sunday at Ericksen's from No gifls, by request. --Photo by de Jourdan JAMES STEWART, DEAN MARTIN AND RAQUEL WELCH IN WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIE TONIGHT s-so GOOD LOOKING TELEVISION THURSDAY, FRIDAY, S ZELLER'S RETAILERS TO THRIFTY CANADIANS 9-10-11 Living Color PORTRAIT 50? Film Fee 426 13th ST. N. STRETCH KNIT START TUESDAY, MARCH 14th 8 LEARN TO MAKE: T-Shirlt Zippers without jeami Bathing Suit] Lingerie Please Enroll Me In The Stretch j Nome I Address LESSONS FOR ONLY Slack! O Gord Skiiti Al Patca Swealerl Knit Classes Beginning March 14 n Phone New assistant chief for home economics WINNIPEG (CP> Dallas Goodchiki, former clothing and textiles specialist with the tie- j parlmont of agriculture's home division, has been appointed assistant chief of the division. Mrs. Goodchild wil! supervise extension home economics pro- grams in planning and evaluate other functions run by tlie de- partment, a news release said. Betty Guild, a home econom- ics graduate and former con- sumer reporter with the CBC, has been appointed consumer information specialist with the department's communications I division. Babies children adults groups I Special of each person singly only plus film fee, Groups per person, plus one film fee. 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