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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Why is there so much hassl- ing between parents and chil- dren about eating all the food on tlieir plates? I can remem- ber my own dear motlicr say- ing to my little brother when he was seven years old, "The starving children in India would love to have the food you arc leaving or, your plate." His stock answer was, "Send it to 'cm." We have a rule in our liouse that has eliminated the problem. It goes like this: "Take as much as you want, but you must eat you take." Tills has taught our children (0 how to be independent, (2> not to bo greedy, (3) tliey are account- able for their decisions and must accept the conse- quences. So you see, Ann, many im- portant lessons can be taught at the Spread the word, It's Beauti- ful DEAR BEAUTIFUL: Your letter contains some sterling counsel. Often the table is the bat- tlefield on which many wars arc fought. An eating prob- lem is usually the manifesta- tion of other problems. Show me a chicken soup Mama and I'll show you some hidden trouble. DEAR ANN LANDERS: You stated in a recent col- umn that your mission is lo comfort the afflicted and af- flict the comfortable. May I help? Attention, Working Wives: Does your husband work a different sliift? If so, you could be in for some trouble. Take firemen, for example. They often do 24 hours of duty, and they are off for 48 hours. If their wives work, these men have a great deal of time alone. They are not likely to busy themselves about the house. They fre- quently seek other entertain- ment often women. The in- fidelity rate amcng firemen runs about 80 per cent. Don't say, "Not my hus- band. He's not the type." You never know what type he is until it's too late. My advice: Stay home with your fireman husband. Turn off the TV. Neck for a few hours, like you did when you were dating. It can bring back memories and be great fun. Have I made someone un- comfortable? Good! I meant to. Authority Dear Authority: I don't know where you got that 80 per cent unfaithful figure among firemen. I doubt that tlieir infidelity rate is any higher than that of doctors, lawyers, paperhangers or sid- ing salesmen. As for necking for a few if you want why -notf But if my memory serves me, necking was a liolding action for unmar- ried couples who didn't believe in going all the way. Or am I dating myself? Saturday, March Z4, 1973 THE LE7HBRIDOE HERAID 17 The Whirl A Ways will square and round dance in St. Augustine's parish hall Monday at p.m. All square dancers welcome. Women are'asked to please bring a box lunch.' Milk Klvcr Belles 'n Beaux Square Dance Club will hold a graduation party for the learn- ers' group Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Elks hall. There will be a smorgasbord lunch. Buns and pickles will be supplied. Wom- en arc asked to please bring a favorite salad or des- sert. The Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridgc Municipal Hospital will sponsor a dessert card party (bridge and whist) Tues- day at p.m. in the nurses' auditorium. Mrs. Douglas Hen- derson is in charge of arrange- Jte ments. Everyone welcome. The Ladies of the Lodge No. 32, Order of the Royal Purple will hold a regu- lar meeting Monday at 8 p.m. Initiations will be taking place and officers and drill team are reminded to wear long while dresses. The regular meeting of the McNally Women of Unifarra will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Rus- sell. The program mil bo on women's role in other coun- tries. Roll call will be 'an heir- loom I treasurer and it's his- ory.' The Southern -Alberta Drag facing Association will meet Sunday at p.m. in Gym 2 of the civic centre There will be an election of officers and all members are- asked to at- tend. DEAR ANN LANDERS: 1 am a young mother 22 years of age and have been mar- ried twice and given birth io two children. My first child fs a healthy four-year-old. My second child died several months after birth. When people ask mo if I have children I always say, "Yes." Then they to know how many and their ages. This question makes me uncomfortable because I am forced to talk about some- thing I would rather not go into. If I answer "I have only one I feel I am being disrespectful to the baby I lost. Please tell me how to han- dle this problem. Depress- ed In Nashville DEAR D.: The best way to sidestep a topic that de- presses you and at the same time avoid the guilt that might result if you don't mention the baby you lost is this-. When asked how many children you have, simply say, "I have a four-year-old. Our second baby died several years ago." Jensen-Hnatiuk MR. AND MRS. LORNE T. JENSEN Miss Maryanna Hnatiuk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hnatiuk of Lethbridge was re- cently united in marriage with Mr. Lome T. Jensen, son of Mr. Lindon Jensen of Cardston. The double ring ceremony took place in the Alberta Tem- ple, with President Elmo Fletcher presiding. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Donna Barehain, Mrs. Barbara Kennedy and Miss Rosalyn Wojtowicz. Miss Lee Ann Urano was flowergirl, with Tommy Hunka as ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Linn Jen- sen of Lethbridge. Ushers were Mr. Reed Jensen and Mr. Kent Lieshman. A reception was held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 10th Ave. S. in Lethbridgc. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen have ta- ken up residence in Lethbridge. coming wiavviacjzs Mr. and Mrs. Alex E. Mclnlosh of Lelhbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Judith Karen to Mr. Craig Island Gait, son of Mrs. Florence J. Gait of Lelhbridge, and the late Mr. Walter John Gait. The wedding will take place on May 26 at 4 pm, in the First United Church. Miss Mclntosh and Mr. Gait are both recent graduates of the University of Lelhbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wright are pleased to announce the marriage o! their daughter Roberta Frances, to Mr. James Alan Corey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Corey of Coal- dale. The wedding took place on February 10 at St. Ambrose Church in Coaldale, with Fr. McCabe officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Dcane H. Gund- lock are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Jane Arline, to Mr. William Walter Scinski of Montreal, son of the late Jlr. and Mrs. Emil Scinski. Mr. and Mrs. Gundlock trav- elled to Montreal to attend the wedding which took place in the Roxboro United Church with Rev. G. B. Johnson offi- ciating. 25. keeping your j'tgbts short and jew. V im LCI ttiuui ri a Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Mac) Innis of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge, are pleased to an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rhonda Kay, to Mr. Donald Ray Crawford, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Crawford oJ Taber. The marriage is to take place on May 17th, in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Pot vin of Lethbridgc are pleaset to announce the forthcominf marriage of their daughter Linda Faye, to Mr. Willian Stanley Russell, son of Mrs Marion Russell of Fort Mac leod. The wedding will take plac on May 19 at 3 p.m. in the Firs United Church'. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Krosl insky of Barons are pleased I announce the forthcoming mar riage of her eldest daughte Dale Elaine Doenz RN, of Ca gary, to Mr. William F. Streck Love is Inviting the 'Best Man' For your wedding ihe Photographer from A. E. CROSS STUDIO New Exciting Color Casuals Now HE can capture and portray your very own personal love story as seen through the brides misty eyos wilh Candlelight Millies _ _____ Stain Glass Spotlights Ceremony Fantasies Wispy Images Thought Reflections Clasped' Hands and Rings Image on Image Fantasies These arc just a few of ths many new and exciting innovations you will cherish for a lifetime, Napkini Match c i Gifll Cake Topi [nvita lions Reply Cards Ttwnk You Coriit r, only son of Mr. and Mrs. 'illiam Strccker of Calgary. Miss Doenz is the daughter f the late Mr. Irvine Doenz of Varner. The wedding will take place n April 21 at 7 p.m. at Lake- lew United Church in Calgary, vith a wedding dance to be eld in Lethbridge on April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Greeiio f New Dayton wish to an- lounce the forthcoming mar- iage of their daughter Rhonda Gail, to Mr. Brian Thomas iiefuik, son of Mrs. Pearl Kiefuik, and Ihe late Mr. Wil- liam Kiefuik of The wedding will take place on May 12 at 3 p.m. in St. Pat- Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Uhryn of Coaldale are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Linda Helen, to Mr Walter All Lunden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lunden of Peace River. The wedding will take place on June 9 at 4 p.m. in the Coal- dale United Church. Mr and Mrs. John W. Wozak are pleased to announce the en gagement of their younges daughter Patricia Dawn, to Mr Robert Harrison Black, son o Mr. and Mrs. John H. Black, al of Lethbridge. The wedding will take placi on Friday, April 27 at 4 p.m in Southminster Uniled Church. Mr. and Mrs. William Ilnati- uk are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their second daughter Nola Char- mairie, to Mr. Daniel Lee Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheeler, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place April 15 at 4 p.m. in South- minstcr United Church.. Mr. and Mrs. W. Griffin of Lethbridge wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter Trudy Gaye, to Mr. Louis D. Ander- sen of Malad, Idaho, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. DeVon Ander- sen of Murtaugh, Idaho. The wedding will take placn on April in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel, Champion. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Me Intosh are pleased to announc the engagement of their daugh ter Grace Marie, to Mr. Barri Michael Orich, son of Mr. on Mrs. Matt Orich, all of Lelh bridge. Wedding plans will bo an nounced at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Petcrso of Sparwood formerly of En chant, are pleased to announc the engagement of their, daughter Barbara Jean, io M Donald Robert Wilson, youn est son of Mr. and Mrs. Robe Wilson of Sparwood. The wedding will take plai on September 1. Hour Guide for Gift-Giving When n bride visits our Gift Registry, il's beflinninej of many happy experiences. As ihe selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she preciously provides a guide For gift giving which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult these rec- ords os ihey shop for wedding gifls end loler at anniver- sary and holiday limes. Our Bride list KATHLEEN WEST SANDRA WEST LING TERRY KNtGHT RET A COX LINDA MORRIS DIANNE VENAB16S PAT WOZAK GAIL BASTEOO PAULINE LOO Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S. NOW ON DISPLAY EATONS MAIN FLOOR PORTRAIT EXHIBIT Chosen by The Alberta Professional Photographers Association as part of The 1973 Print Competition. Photographer BRYAN WILSON A. E. 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