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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, March 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD It Ann Landers Honorary toastmuster Darren Pepper, a 13-year-old student of Gilbert Pa- terson Junior High School, was recently commended for his speaking abilities by Judge V. A. Cooney of Calgary, at citizenship ceremonies held in Lethbridge. Judge Cooney was so impressed that he made it known he would send ihe youngster's speech to Hugh Faulkner, secretory of slate. Darren was also recently invited to be guest speaker at the Toaslmasters at which time he was made an honorary member. He won the Edith Boles Award for Speech Arts, presented by the Dr. F. H. Mewburn Chap- ter, IODE, during a city-wide competition held in October; and received the W. J. White award for the outstanding Grade 6 student of Gilbert Palerson last year. Darren is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raemer E. G. Pepper of 2207 10 Ave. S. ana out of town DEAR ANN LANDERS: Recently you printed a letter from a young woman who wanted to know if she should marry a wonderful man who "wasnt very communica- tive." She said she was starv- ed for conversation, that sometimes an hour would pass and he would answer questions with a 'yes" or a "no" and not say another word. She described him as "not very outgoing" and said, "I'm sure he's shy and after we are married he'll be more confident." May I say a word to that young girl, Ann? Dear Young Lady: If you marry that quiet fellow you'll regret it. I know cause I married one just like hhn. During our courtship he was pensive and quiet. I thought he was just introverted and I would bring him oul of it What a mistake that was! After marriage he clammed up for days and I never heard his voice. He'd move his head up and down for "yes" and from side to side for "no." For five years I put with silence and finally I became so nervous and frustrated I went to see a doctor. He told me, "The man is sick and he is making you sick, too. Get him to a psychiatrist or get a divorce." My husband refused to go to a psychiatrist, so I 'di- vorced him. That was 12 years ago and I thank my lucky stars I had the courage to take the doc- tor's advice. Ann Landers has often said, "Don't marry a man thinking that you will improve him. Chances are he'll get worse." Please take Ann's word for it. She's right. Old Vet DEAR T: I hope you get through to the girl and to others who are in that same leaky canoe. the worst and was heart- broken. Maybe my experi- ence will help her. Several mor.ihs ago husband was behaving in a strangely quiet way. Finally, after three days of near silence, he handed me a newspaper clipping, he had found in my purse while hunting for my house keys. It was the picture of a good- looking man whom'I had met briefly through my com- mittee work. Without speak- ing he handed it to me. 1 was dumbfounded until I turn- ed it over and on the reverse side was a recipe for Hun- garian goulash which I had clipped several weeks before and had forgotten. That night we had Hun- garian goulash for supper and he apologized profusely for having had so little faith in Va. DEAR RICH: The opera- tive word is "faith." Thanks for providing it. Continental to Some Of My Best Friends Are Jews Bu A Translation Is Needed: I'm surprised some of your "bes friends" can't help you. "Oi vay" means "Oh, paint" of course it loses a lot in thi translation. Mental health workshop A volunteer training work-1 iop for persons interested in orking with the mentally andicappcd will be held this eckcnd. Sponsored by the Canadian dental Health Association and Department of C u 11 u re and Recreation, the two- ay workshop will take place Friday and Saturday at St. Mi- hael's Hospital nurses' res' dence. Instructor will be Carol Chap, man, and there is no registra ton. fee for the Programs commence Friday at 7 p.m. through to 10 p.m, and'- Saturday from 9 a.m. to :30 p.m. The purpose of the worksho] 5 to: train volunteers to wor1 vith the handicapped througl recreational programs. Persons over the age of 1 years interested in volunteerin :o do work with the mental! landicapped patients are we come to attend. For further information, con tact Max- Gibb, soutiiern recn ational consultant, departmen of culture, youth and recn aiton. A rummage sale will be wnsored by the Tuesday Eve- ng unit of Southminster Uni- ed Church Saturday at .m. in the church hall, 4th Ave. and llth St. S. TURN ONCE ONLY Turn pancakes only once du ing cooking, and only when tb top side is full of bubbles. calendar1 or iocal na. Catholic women meet The joy o! being a Christian will bo the theme of the 51st annual convention conference of Uie Catholic Women's ,eague, Calgary diocese, to be leld in Banff. The three-day convention will take place April 13, 14 and IS at the Banff Centre, and will be chaired by Mrs. R. S. Me Dowell, diocesian president. Registrations will be ban died by St. Anthony's CWL ii DrumheUer, with the forma opening of the convention ti take place Friday evening. Among the guest speaker expected, is Dr. Heather Morri of-Toronto, a nation ally-known spokesman for Alliance fo Life. The business sessions wi commence Saturday morning with annual reports, resolutior and an election of officers tak ing .place.. Sunday will feature a wor! shop on reconciliation, the joj ful way to handle conflict. A mass offered by Rev. V Krewski, diocesan consulte will close the convention. First United Church will hold talent night Sunday at he evening will include a va- ety of. vocal, instrumental and ovclty numbers by amateur and professional performers. Everyone welcome. Persons wishing to have articles picked up for the Dr. H. Mcwburn QBE Chapter ODE, rummage sale, arc ask- xl lo call 327-27W. The Lclhbridge Old )ance Club will hold 'lime dance Saturday at p.m. at As- umption School, 2-lth St. and 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome and asked to bring a friend ilusic by the Country Couples Orchestra. held Friday at 8 p.m. In he Oddfellows Building. Visit- 'ng members welcome. The Midnight Squares win dance Friday at p.m. at Blunt's Nursing Home in Fort Macleod. A repeat performance will be held immediately after- ward at the Pioneer Lodge. W in n i e the Pooh Friends, the annual ice carni- val presented by tlw Leth- bridge Figure Skating Club, will take place April 13 and 14 at the Henderson Lake Ice Arena. A Saturday matines will be held at 2 p.m. with eve- ning performances at 8 p.m. The Pemmican Club will hold a social evening Friday at p.m. in lire Pemnueafi The regular meeting of Lelh- Ciub rooms, Members and bridge Lodge No. 2, IOOF will I guests welcome. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I've forgotten does two snarls mean bacon or t ASSISTANT MANAGER'S SALE Nora Rose of Lethbridge will sing the contralto solos with the Calgary Festival Chorus and Orchestra presentation of the Bach St. John Passion, under the direction of John Search- field, April 11 at p.m. in the Jubilee Auditorium. Tickets are available in Calgary from the Bay ticket wickets, down- town or Market Mall and the Chinook Ticketorium. JACKPOT BINGO THIS THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 29th Sponsored by Ladioi' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and it Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 54 Numbers 5tri-7 No. Jackpot Pot o' Gold 2SC PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO AISO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed DEAR ANN LANDERS: For years I've joked, with my family about feeling left out because in all my life no one has ever asked me to be a flower girl at a wedding. I now have two grown sons, so you know I'm not a kid. But I'm young at heart and still harbor this secret desire. A darling niece who is being married in August has asked me if I'd like to be her "sen- ior flower girl." I woultl walk down the aisle holding the hands of the two junior flower girls, ages 4 and 5. The bride-to-be says I'm her favorite relative and she wants me in the wedding party. Is this as stupid as it sounds? Young At Heart DEAR HEART: Accept the compliment and say yes. These days when barefoot couples are being married in meadows, on hilltops and under water, I see nothing far out in having a senior flower girl. I trust you will not strew flowers in the path of the bride or hold her wed- ding train. You said you'd just walk down the aisle, holding the hands of the two little girls, and this, in my opinion, would be perfectly appropriate. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A word, please, to the woman whose husband died and a few weeks later she was going through his wallet she found a picture of an at- tractive woman he clipped out of a newspaper. She had no idea who the woman was (the name bad been cut off) or why her husband would be carrying it. She assumed THOU5RND5 OF VHLUE5! STEREO LONG PLHYING 12- PRE-RECORDED TRPES COBY'S FASHIONS 322 13th St. N. Phone 327-5687 All Girls' DRESSES Sizes 4 to 14 Now One Clearing Rack CHILDREN'S DRESSES Vi V2 PRICE Discontinued lines of Children's Slacks Good Selection of TEENS' HIPSTERS TO CLEAR PRICE and LESS OFF PRICE COBY'S BEAUTY SALON 322-13th St. N. Phone 327-5687 PRE-EASTER PERM SPECIAL Reg. 12.50 NOW....... 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