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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 _ THE lEtHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, AT 106, HE SAYS 'I DO'-The Rev. Copt. Jones A. Adams, at 106, look his fourth wife, Mrs. Barbara Holder, 66, In a ceremony in a district judge's chambers. Adams, who was chaplain for Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders, met his bride five years ago when she was a licensed vocational nurse caring for him during an illness. For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor 'I'ABl-E bookings are still being taken for tlie Lethbridge Symphony Women's League ball Symphony Ole April 4 in the German Canadian Club and invitations are now out for tbe RCMP Ball on May 1 in the El Rancho Convention Centre. This means it's time for gala af- fairs Judging by tlie almost overwhelming number of pant outfits in the Beta Sigma Phi fashion show this week, there's a bountiful selection to choose from in local shops. Dance music for the two balls is being supplied by the Mint Juleps for Symphony Ole anil the B'rass Corporation for the RCMP ball. It seems a couple of the members of the B.C. had the impression that we were knocking rock bands for playing at the big balls, 't ain't so, Dave. The column in question referred to a woman caller who'd complained about local organizers bringing in outside bands. She was particularly concerned over the Big Band not being used more. The gist of my remarks was that there were other local bands besides the Big Band, and they were in fact scheduled to play this spring. Anyway only the kids can afford to pay the enormous book- ings fees of touring bands. Organizers are free to choose their owa beat, and while the waltz isn't out it's surely taking a rest. After hearing this particular band on the weekend we know ball patrons will not be disappointed in the change of tempo. Even adults like to get a chance to do their thing. and that waltz would have been too much. "TGWi Mnaj Jn JJ Oat Of own A lotal of 71 suident nurses L Nursing and also the Leth- uid 10 laboratory and x-ray bridge Community College School of Nursing. Mrs. Duane Gliege and Mrs. Allan Collins presented Ihe New Testaments to Ihe Students. Also taking pa it were Mrs. Ralph Pitt, Mrs. Wallace Strom and Mis. Charles Lilly. The nurses received wliile New Testaments whic'.i are given exclusively (a firsl year student nurses. Convenor for Ihe First Uni ted Church Scliool annual Kore- an tea anil hake sale to be holt Saturday in First Unitw Church lower hall from 2 to 4 p.m. will be Mrs. Don Hoi royd. Receiveis will Mcsdame R. E. Eskdale, M. Moffatt, P Klwdes and J. Smith. Mes dames C. Thompson, L, Hoar, house, Adams and T. Cliu mik will be the pourcrs. Servers dressed in Korea costume, will be the oldest slu dents of the church school. Assisting in other capacilie will be Miss M. Goldie, Me dairies II. Dunlop, F. I'och, 1 Bartlctl, B. Jackson and P Slobodian. BUT HAPPY-Mrs. Bertha Ayrisj smiles at Irm camera during celebrations of her 106th birthday a! Lambert Lodge in Toronto. She was visited by John Yaremko, provincial social and family services minister. Under 25-year-olds will love the report of Dr. H. M. Toupin neurologist and member of the highways department medical advisory board who said that all drivers less than 25 years old are show offs. It's sheer idiocy to ignore the increasing numbers of young people who embark on safe-driving and driving training courses before they take the wheel. Might benefit some of the older drivers if they had to run a test now and then. The only difference with the older and younger show-off is that the latter stunts from time to time. The former nuikr-s it a way of life. If you're planning a trip back to Saskatchewan, make it in 1971. That's Homecoming Year in that province. To celebrate the occasion free passes are beiiip sent to former residents for a day's stay and overnight at any one of Saskatchewan's camping spots. About people are expected to return to the land of. urn. ah. wheat. beavers. wheat pine trees. and wheat. It's a fisher- man's paradise around Waskesiu and north to The Pas. Now if the department of highways will do some- thing about the road situation, tourists can enjoy the drive. You could cut the dust with a knife on those country roads, except it's so thick you don't dare leave the car for fear of losing it. We're joking of course, that only happens around Unify, Sask. In all seriousness the Saskatchewan government is going to have to fork put some of their budget for highway camping and picnic spots. Alberia can't be beaten "for its frequency of campsites. Those tourists will have to slop somewhere. It's a lot of people must be (he number that have taken up residence in Alberta teachers. echnicians received New Test- inena from The Ladies Aux- [iary to (he Gideons, at the Gall' Sdiool of Nursing resi- dence. St. Michael's School of J CaUar Of docal Jvappcntngs Lelhbridge Ixxlge No. 2 100F will hold a supper meeting Fri- day at p.m. with regular meeting at 8 p.m. First degree all be conducted. The Ldhbridgc Old Time Dance Club will hold a dance Saturday at p.m. in the Assumption School, St. and 14 Ave. S. Music by the West- erners and young and old are welcome. The Pensioners and S e n i o r Citizens Ladies Auxiliary, affili- ated w i t h the Provincial and N'alional Pensioners and Senior Citizens Orgatmation, will meet r'riday, March 20, at 2 p.m. in :hc Civic Sports Centre. Mem IKM'S are reminded to bring their tickets for Lhe chicken din ner to be served later in the afternoon. Bingo will follow the business meeting. All members urged to attend. Ann Landers DEAR ANN I ANDERS: My buddy Ihinks your column is a lot of baloney. that r.obody writes you to you and you up (hose letters. He would like your opinion but 16 woa'l write, so I am writing for him. He bet me" So ywi wouldn't answer. My buddy's girl got herself in a family way. She is a means either she is (lie dumbest nurse Lu Massa- chasetts or slie got pregnant on purpose. They weren't even going steady. In fad, Ihey didn't hnvc more than six dates. The girl says if Tim doesn't marry her she is going slap a paternity suit on him. Tim says he is NOT going to marry Itcr and that's iinal. He is only 21 and Lhe girl is 23. Don't you think the girl would be belter of to go to a home and'give up the baby for adoption? She would save her family a lot of misery', ar.d also Tim. And wouldn't it be better for Hie baby to be brought up by two parents instead of a single girl? Please tell her so. Pal DEAR PAL: Tlie girl didn'l ask for my advice so I'm not going to tell her anything. This decision is one which should be made by tlie girl and not by Lhe lellow's buddy or by Ann Landers. Now go collect your Confidential to The Three Toed Sloth: You are not as different from others as you seem to Ihink. Each of us, no matter how well brought up or well balanced, is capable of doing something irrational at some time during our lives. Forgive yourself and forget it. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of The Herald, Box 070, enclosing a self-addressed, stamped envelope. alone. half doctors, half On The Job ALBION, N.Y. (AP) -Mayor Featured William Monacelli hired his sec-1 ond cousin's wife. Joanne Mona- eclli, as a meter maid in this western New York village. When Mrs. Monacelli began her new job, the first car she I tagged v.-as the mayor's. "I'm pleased she's on the the mayor said, "even though it cost me a buck to find out." aster Visit y GREEN'S For the very newest in Shoe Fashions for the EASTER PARADE In Carnival CLARESHOLM (IKS) The Foothills Figutc Skating Club's annual ice carnival here fea- tured guest artists Miss Susie Zonda and Frank Nowosad of Calgary, gold rr.edal winners for pair competition in the pro- vincial 1969 championships. Solo numbers were perform- ed hy Rita Pederscn, beginner A champion; Kathy Lindsay, junior club champion; Jill Jess, Ijcginner B champion; Darlene Schlaht, second in senior group; r.d Carol DeWitt, navicc A champion. The crowd was pleased hy Lhrilh'ng performances by Ar- Icne Thompson, intermediate A champion; Gvvc-n Webster, pre- liminary club champion; Glen- da Clark, senior club cham- pion; Wayne Hartley, boys ev- ent champion; Barbara intermediate B club champion and Mrs. Anr.e Paterson, dou- ble gold medalist. Mini-Crowd Attends IODE PTNCHER CREEK (Special) A mini-crowd attended tte March meeting of Captain Mc- Phail Chapter of (he IODE at Ihe home of Mrs. M. Johnson. .Mrs. J. Milne conducted the meeting while Mrs. 11. Johnson recorded the minutes end read the correspondence. Highlights of the Newsletter showed had been contri- buted by Ihe National Chapter towards refurnishing and re- decorating one room of the Vic- toria League's Students' Koslcl at Lor.don; was donated to IJN1CEF to aid in supplying medicir.e awl food for children suffering in Nigeria and Bia- fra; will he given to the winner in the French category in the Canadian University Drama League Playwriting Award. Affairs' secretary Mrs. E. Clary read another article on Japan which gave a glimpse of her people and their activities. They are splendid craftsmen and work for the group rather than self which explains tha amazing productivity of the country. They are among the best e d u c a t e d in' the world. They are concerted with "sta- tus" and Ihcir politeness and courtesy in a piven situation is most important. It is not surprising that tho Westerner finds their customs and points of view so different and fascinating. The annual meeting will be held in Red Deer April 14 lo 16 ar.d the zone conference will he hosted by the Captain McPhail Chapter in Pir.clier Creek on June 10. The April meeting will be held on April 6 at the home of Mrs, Ailecn Rhodes out Water- ton way unless circumstances intervene in winch case Mrs. J. Milne has offered her home. The Latest Styles if New orray of Colors For Ladies, Men, Teens and Children BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 I2lh SI. "C" N. Fri., Mar, 20th Starlt uT p.m. 5 CARDS FOR Doori Open al p.m.