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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, March JO, 1973 BARREL RACING Continued from Page 6 "Dan rides bareback and sad- dle broncs as well as she said. "He's 19 now. If I had my 'drutlrsrs' though, I'd rather see him roping or doggui than riding bulls." Her fosier daughter, Debbie is 15 and competes in high school rodeos in the pole bend- ing, goat tying, and oE course, the barrel racing. "Debbie came to one of my schools and we liked her so much we just kept Ar- dith joked as she spoke fondly of the newest member of the family. "Jim does all tho dirty she said of her hus- band. "He doesn't ride -much but he's the one that cares for the horses." ArdLth travels about miles a year, mostly travel- ling to schools, like the one in Lethbridge, or to specific ro- deos. "Whea I was competing full time I would log to miles a season." Twenty-one students, ranging in age from 10 on up, took in the barrel racing clinic lie re, coming from as far away as Edmonton and Calgary and tlirougliout southern Alberta. "Confidence is the main tiling I try to instill in the the likeable teacher stated. "Confidence in the horse and confidence in themselves is a primary requisite, along with proper equipment for the ani- mal." "A good horse is 50 per cent of the battle. A good rider on a poor horse is out of it, while a poor rider on a good horse has a belter chance. By the same token, though, a g o o d rider can help improve a poor- er horse." Horses fill most of Ardilh's busy schedule but she finds lime for reading and pursuing her artistic talents. "Travel is my favorite hobby she stated. "And be- fore I'm through I hope to see the world. That's rny main am- bition." MaM Doris Clark Successful living NEW NAME SALE NEW NAME i n in n n 'z m in n Z TI Z m in m 1 Z n in IT Z IT in r TELEVISION SALES SERVICE NEW NAME SALE 1238. 3. AVE., SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE j r LU Z 1U in Z a Z UI in u Z UJ z ui ui z 1 UJ in u Z Z NOTE. Ownership has not changed. Jim Van Loo Invites you to celebrale our new name sale. 35 sets to choose from. Take advantage of these savings RCA COLOR. Accumalic. Inslant on. Reg.459.95. New Name C3QQ Sulu Pries RCA COLOR. Automatic color and lint. CdVC Reg. New Name Sale Price I 22" RCA CONSOLE. Automatic color and RCA CONSOLE. Accumatic Super 90 Chassis. Push Button Tuning. Walnut Cabinel. QSS7K Reg New Namo Sale s' V 1 ELECTROHOME CONSOLE. Spanish Cabinet. Elect-romalic Color, Tuning and Tint. Casters. CC7C Reg. New Namo Sale Price 1 26" ELECTROHOME CONSOLE. Walnut Cabinet, Elect-romatic Color, Tint and Tuning, Reg. New Name Sale Price WATT ELECTROHOME STEREO'S. AM-FM FMS. Reg. C9AQ New Name Sale (Includes headphones) 26" RCA. Lowboy Cabinet. 2 Speakers, Accucolor. Super 90 Chassis, Instant-On. CCQft Reg. New Name Sale Price 20" ELECTROHOME. 80% Solid State Chassis. Auto-malic color. Tint and Tuning. CAOO Reg. New Name Sale Price 22" ELECTROHOME.' 80% Solid Stale Cnasiis, Auto-mctic Tuning, Color and Tint. CjC 1 Q Reg. New Name Sole Price I sets include 1 year parrs and labor guarantee plus 5 year protection plan on picture tube. We service what THE NAME-VAN'S TELEVISION SALES SERVICE 1238 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 {OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 NAME SALE NEW NAME DEAR DORIS: My daughter is mar- ried in June. I do not want to wear a hat but in all we've read the bride's mother's attiro seems to include a hat. Is it absolutely required? What To Do? DEAR WHAT: Not absolutely, as long as the church has no such rule. But a slight bow in ihe direc- tion of putting something on your head might prevent as-. kance looks! Something floral, like a modified version of a corsage. There are those that wear fur hats in-the winter, usually pro- ducing a beautiful effect. Not a bad alternative, but this won't fit your case. DEAR DORIS: I went out with tins man last. Christmas. Wo crossed the wrong bridge and I got preg- nant. Now I have kept my baby boy; and this man won't help unless I take the baby and live with him. Nothing about marriage. I'm afraid I couldn't stand to live with him, he's so bad tempered and he drinks a lot. But I'll never be able lo raise a baby on my own. Now I've made another man. believe he is the fatter; and on thinking things over I'm not sure I'm wrong. The other man other, and also she has lior mother's character. Also, where she is now, lliey simply adore her and hate it when we visit because they want to adopt her. Should I persuade him to have tho child adopted or should I convince myself that tilings will work out all right? Doubtful. DEAH DOUBTFUL: How can I lay down a rule to fit every case? Perhaps where the little girl lives now is right for her; yet further acquaintance and your actual undertaking to mother Her may cause you to share the love your husband-to-be has for her. the question is: do you love Mm enough to allow him to raise his child? At her tender age, character Is hardly determined; and did you not say "mental disabil- Is something quite different. You need more time; you need personal counselling. Seek is glad lie has a son and he gave me some money. And I'm afraid to tell him I'm not sure. I like this second man very much, in fact I love him, but when I'm with him I'm afraid of him. Afraid And Sorry. DEAR AFRAID: You had sex with both of them; right? There- is no hap- piness in your future if you try to establish a legal homo for your boy based on a lie. Blood tests can sometimes establish paternity; though it would take" great courage to bring the problem out into the open. Make a clean breast of things' to your social worker; unload that burden of guiH and you will start thinking straight. DEAR After I feu in love with hiin, I found out the man I was going with was married and had a three-year-old daughter. He hasn't been living with his wife for two years and has filed for an annulment with1 hope that he will get it be- cause of her mental disability proving her to be an unfit mother and wife. His baby has been boarding at different peo- ple's homes. May I add that he adores tho child. I intend to marry him but am afraid of taking the child too, in case we might dislike each (For all persons concerned with acne, whatever sex or age, my leaflet "Acne what to do about it" can be helpful. Write for .t, Doris Clark, 65 Rosedene Ave., Hamilton, Ont., enclos- ing 20 cents for the leaflet and an eight-cent-stamped self ad- dressed By MASTER CRAFTSMEN Featuring BLACK GRANITE Also Balmoral Red and Oxford Grey Granite Largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL TILE WORKS LIMITED 325 8th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3920 We are the experienced consultants in PRE-NEED SALES ;