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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Last month our son went with a group of kids and a leader to Little Hock. We live iu Fort Smith. Harold is 17 and has not travelled much. He had the most wonderful time of his entire life. The problem part of this letter comes now. Harold met a girl in Little Hock and he fell in love. He walks into doors, talks hi his sleep and is in a daze during meals. They exchanged addresses and lie has mitten her 9 letters. She has not answered a single one. Now Harold wants to go to Little Rock-he has saved Ms own money and insists that if he can see the girl again everything will be fine. Should we let him go? The boy has never been out of town alone. I am afraid he'll get lost. What do you H's Mom DEAR MOM: Let him go. A high school senior stould be able to find his way to Little Rock from Fort Smith. I suspect the girl is not walking into doors or talking in HER sleep, however. Some people have to get their lumps the hard way and Harold is no doubt one of these people. (P.S. Do him a favor and don't ask him a single question when he returns.) DEAR ANN LANDERS: I've been reading your columns ever since I was in junior high. I used to wonder why any- one would write to you. It seemed to me that people were awfully dumb if they couldn't work filings out themselves. I know now v.-hy they 'write because I am faced with a problem I can't handle and I have an idea you can help. I met tills .groovy guy during Christmas vacation. We worked in the same department store. He seemed to like me but be never asked me out. We go to different high schools but every now and then someone from his school gives me the following message: "Lennie says he wants you to call him." I got this message for the fourth time yesterday. If Lennie likes me, why doesn't he make a move? Why does he send messages with other people? Should I swallow my pride and call DEAR MAST: Don't call. Trim. Let him call you. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS FOR ALBERTA BEAUTY SCHOOLS FINE NEW PREMISES BY- KING ELECTRIC LTD 1230 3rd Ave. N. Phone 3J7-4785 CONGRATULATIONS IT WAS OUR PLEASURE TO SUPPLY AND INSTALL THI FLOOR COVERINGS FOR ALBERTA BEAUTY SCHOOLS FINE NEW PREMISES CONGRATULATIONS! HAMILTON FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. 909 3rd Ave. Phone 327-5454 ALBERTA BEAUTY SCHOOL MONDAY, MAY 4th After 35 years in one location 325 5th Street S., we have now moved to a ground floor location at: 405 5th STREET S. BE SURE TO ENTER FOR THE FREE DRAWS DURING OUR OPENING ON SHAMPOOS AND SETS, AND PERMS "NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire to learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time Instruct- resses and we teach all phases of beauty cul- ture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting ond permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportun- ities are unlimited. Alherta Beauty School I 405 5th Street i. Fill Out This Coupon More Information NAME ADDRESS CITY Low Monthly Tuition I cur Crastcs Storting Now Saturday, May 1, WO _ THI UTHBHIDoE HERAID IT RCMP BALL Another successful RCMP Ball was held Friday at the El Rancho with the resplendent glitter of military, police and RCMP uniforms, and colorful ball gowns. Dancing to the music of the Brass Corporation Assistant Commissioner V. M. Seppala and Mrs. Seppala of Edmonton. guests in the city for the event. _ A Calendar Of Local Happenings The Units of First United Jhurch Women will meet as ollows: Margaret Atkins, Thursday, May 14, at 2 p.m., in the ladies parlor, with Mrs. Mills as host- ss. Annie I. Cliappell, Tuesday, May 12, at 2 p.m., with Mrs. R. E. Eskdale, 1105 14 St. N. Lily Jackson, Monday, May 1, at 8 p.m., guests of Clara King Unit, with Mrs. W. Ker- gan, 1023 29 St. A S. Jubilee, Tuesday, May 12, at 8 p.m., with Mrs. G. Halscy, 1232 3 Ave. S. Clara King, Monday May 11, at 8 p.m., with Mrs. W. Ker- gan, 1023 29 St. A. S. Featured ipeaker' will be Rev. K. Hurl- lurt. All interested members welcome. Magaown Harleman, Thurs- day, May 14, at 2 p.m., with Mrs. R. E. Eskdale, 1105 14 St. N. Whitmore Johnston, Thurs- day, May 14, at 8 p.m., with Mrs. J. Chollack, 1703 6 Ave. N. Emily Lytle, Thursday, May 14, at 2 p.m., with Mrs. P, Rhodes, 1232 5 Ave. N. Engineers Wives of EIC wil hold a dinner meeting at Sven Ericksen's Restaurant, Monda; at p.m. in the Magrath Room. o Lethbridge Chapter, Alberta Certified Nursing Aides wil hold a bake sale, Saturday May 9 at p.m. in the lounge of the Auxiliary Hospi tal. Raffle tickets will be sola on a Mother's Day cake. There will be a door prize. Lethbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will hold its egular monthly meeting in the ome of Mrs. Doris Oliver, 1822 4 Ave. S., Wednesday at 2 >.m. Tea hostess will be Mrs. Violet Findlay and Mrs. Ellen rillies. The Minus One Club will hold s regular monthly meeting in Southminster Church, upper iall on Monday at 8 p.m. For more Information plione 327- 448. McKillop Church UCW Units vill meet as follows: Anderson Unit with Mrs. J. Langford 2313 Scenic Drive .londay, May 11 at 8 p.m. Madul Unit with Mrs. B. B. Folkins 2615 3rd Ave. S. Wednesday at 2 p.m. Chambers Unit with Mrs. M. McKague 521 27lh Street S. Wednesday, at p.m. Dunn Unit with Mrs. D. L. Kirkham 1503 17th Ave. S Wednesday, at a.m. Wednesday Afternoon Unit will meet in church lounge for supper meeting, Wednesday May 20 at p.m. Sproule Unit will meet at Jn Jnl Of 3c The Ladies Auxiliary Artny, Navy, and Airforce, will hold its spring tea and bake sale, Wednesday from to 5 p.m. hi the ANAF club rooms. Receiving and seating the guests will be Mrs. R. Burn- ham and Mrs. A. Jarvie. Tea arrangements will be convened by Mrs. J. Emerson and Mrs. G. Martin, with the kitchen assistance of Mrs. A. Movald, Mrs. E. Church, Mrs. M. Moscovich, Mrs. VI. Hill, Mrs. J. Holwegner, and Mrs. R. Younger. Pouring tea will be Mrs. E. MacAulay and 'Mrs. D. Hem- sley. Serving the tea tables will be Mrs. D. Witwicki, Mrs. P. Sea- man, Mrs. J. Trend1. In charge of the pantry table will be Mrs. S. Slater with Mrs. 'own Ladies of the Lethbridge Or- der of the Royal Purple will be holding their May tea on Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Elk's Club. Co-convening the tea will be Mrs. R. A. Laing and Mrs. 'W. H. Stewart. Mrs. H. R: McLaren is in charge of the tickets, Mrs. G. Spoulns is in charge of the raffle and the decorating is being handled by lira. T. Tay- lor. Receiving the guests at the lower door will be Mesdames C. F. Farrell, G. A. Kometz, H. Harvey and R. L, Living- ston, while Mesdame R. A. Laing and W. H. Stewart will greet the guests at the upper door. Accepting pouring honours will be Mesdames W. K. Price, L. W. Sorensen, E. Determan B. Schweitzer'as treasurer. land W. F. Jacobson. CONGRATULATIONS and Welcome to our New Neighbors ALBERTA BEAUTY SCHOOLS WE WISH THEM EVERY SUCCESS IN THEIR NEW LOCATION CAMM'S SHOES "YOUR FRIENDLY FAMILY SHOE STORE" 403 5th Street S. Pherw 377-3950 BEST WISHES TO OUR NEW NEIGHBOR ALBERTA BEAUTY SCHOOL 407 5th Street S. Phone 327-5176 GRAND OPENING IN Your Fine New location at 405 5th STREET SOUTH TO THE ALBERTA BEAUTY SCHOOL IT WAS OUR PLEASURE TO DO THE COMPLETE REMODELLING JOB AND FIXTURES L R. CUNNINGHAM BUILDING CONTRACTOR 1311 13th Avenue S. Phone 317-6477 THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "That's nor white corpuscles." Henderson Lake Wednesday, May p.m. Golf 13 at Clul Lethbridge Women's Progi'es sive Conservative Association will meet Monday in the Pern mican Club rooms at 8 p.m Featured speaker will be Mrs Marilyn Anderson, Herald Family Editor, who will speak on the Abortion Law in Canada All interested persons have been invited to attend. The monthly meeting, of the Lethbridge Home Economic Association will be held at the home of Mrs. Joyce Sephure 1614 IT Ave. S. Tuesday at 7 p.m. The meeting will take the form of a pot-luck .supper. Fo entertainment, all members friends, and guests are request ed to bring a favorite 35 mm projector slide. Whirl-A-Ways will square and dance in Senator Bucha- ian School, Monday, at i.m. sharp. All square dancers ire w e 1 c o m c. Women are ileasc asked to bring a box unch. History and Current Events Department of Matbesis Club will meet Tuesday at p.m. n the home of Mrs. E. H. Hunt- LCC Faculty Wives will hold heir supper meeting, Evening in Hawaii at the Shanghai Res- :aurant, Monday at 7 p.m. Agenda will include election o! officers. Regular FOE bingo will be held tonight in the Eagle's hall at 8. Jackpot is in 58 num- bers. Everyone welcome. The regular meeting of tire Harmony Ladies Auxiliary will be held in the IOOF haU, Mon- day at 8 p.m. STEADY CUSTOMER TULSA, Okla. (AP) When Mrs. Grace Puryear attended the Sweet Adelines' 23rd annual convention in Hawaii recently as the Tulsa chapter's elected delegate, she was maintaining her reputation of never missing a convention. She has attended every international convention held since 1945. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for l.OO or Each 7 Number Gomel JACKPOT Free Games and fret Card DOOR PRIZE Children under T6 not allowed INGER'S CERAMICS STUDIO ,'Thingi >o do and how to do them' JOIN IN THE WORLD'S MOST FASCINATING HOBBY EVENING and AFTERNOON CLASSES Phone 328-2189 i Happy Coincidence: The most scenic route across Canada also has the finest train. The Canadian, one of the world's great trains. The route of The Canadian lakes you through most spectacular scenery. And to make sure you see It all, our Scenic Dome cars with you clear across the country. So do all the other conve- niences: the lounges, the comfortable accommodation, the superb meals, the soft everywhere you pause on thU special Irain you enjoy the extra comfort of air conditioning. You'll enjoy the low cost, too. Daily between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Call your Travel Agent of CPRalL BCP Rail ;