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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, May 30, 1970 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor IT'S that time again. June. When the men cry over the bills and women just cry. It's the wedding, of course. It matters not whether you are one of the wedding party. You're going to get in- vovled with showers, gifts and speculating over who is getting the best of the deal. For some reason June is still the favorite month for weddings. Perhaps after a young man's fancy turns to thoughts a young woman is out there directing traffic down the aisle. Honeymooners attract attention wherever they go, the theory being that you can always spot a pair of newlyweds. "Look, George, isn't that sweet? I'll bet they're on their honeymoon." "Yeah." "Remember when we were on our honeymoon, "Yeah." "We "used to hold hands like that, George." "Yeah." "Look, they're kissing right on the street, George." "Yeah." "Why don't we go on a second hone'unoon, "Who's going to look after the six kids, feed the gerbil, walk the dog and put out the And so it goes. It's enough to send anyone into 3 permanenet state of solitary confinement, or ban- ning the banns, or something. If the children get into the conversation it's just as well if the groom doesn't hear what is said. "What's a groom, "It's just another way of writing gloom." "What's a honeymoon, The moon is where he'll wish he were after his wife stops being such a honey." "George, they're in love." "Love, smrove. Poor guy." "Why's he a poor guy, "He's not poor yet, son. But he will be after he gets the bills for the hairdresser, the long dis- tance calls to mother, the fender on the car that's when he'll be poor." "It was only a little fender, George." Like we said, men cry over the bills and women with true feminine intuition they cry, poor things. A Buenos Dias' At Agnes Davidson NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire to Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full rime instruc- tresses and we teach all phasei of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average Income and opportu- nities are unlimited. I 1 Alberta Beauty School Fill Out 405 5th St. S., lethbridge 1 low Monthly This Coupon NAME Payments Information ADDRESS CITY L_ starting Now J "Buenas tardes, Senor, Sen- era, Senorita. Hablamamos Es- "Si, poco. Donde esta el.. "Whoops, oh, well, er, gracias for coming." so it went Thursday afternoon, Mexican Day at Ag- nes Davidson Elementary School, in the schbol's brightly- decorated gymnasium. The event was organized by the three Grade 4 classes in the school with assistance from teachers Mrs. Ruby Silzer, Mrs. Ethyl Foder and Wayne Saen- de: pricipal Don Hagen; six University of Lethbridge stu- dent teaching interns; and the Grade 4 students' parents. There are about 75 children in the three classes, and most of their parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, who-nots and what-nots showed up to help make Mexican Day a total success. Capture that once in a lifetime pose now! CAROLINE 14 months Daughter of MR. AND MRS. C. M. MACKENZIE LETHBRIDGE Students who in past years at- tended Davidson were also in- vited, and many Grade 2 and 3 students from the school at- tended. Mexican food was popular, with enchiladas, tortillas, ta- cos, frijoles, chili, taniales and Mexican goolash supplied in mass quantities by the chil- dren's parents. Games included Lasso el Bur- ro, for five pesos or five cents, and breaking of the ceremonial pinata a container suspend- ed from the ceiling containing all sorts of good things V stuff, and a raffle for a real Mexi- can woven paper burro. Displays included many Mex- musical instru m e n t s, handle rafts, and newspapers and comics, Mexican social stu- dies project books and Mexi-. can money. Many children wore bright Mexican clothing and sang Mexican songs. Rose's Canteena sold drinks by the gallon, at five cents for a glass of pulque and 10 cents for a glass of... tequila. The Mexican Day activities were the enri of several months of the students' social studies of Mexico. Insurance To Cover Cancer Tests TORONTO (CP) Health insurance in Ontario will be ex- tended to provide coverage for female cancer detection ser- vices and some costs involved in contraceptive measures. Health Minister Tom Wells also told the legislature that women taking oral contracep- tives should be examined by a doctor twice annually. The "ex- amination also serves in the detection of cancer and will be covered by the Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan. A "well-female examination" will also be provided under OHSIP, to include a pelvic ex- amination, pap smear and breast examination. Two ex- aminations a year will be in- sured. OHSIP also will cover .nscrlion of intra-uterine de- vices in the female and per- 'ormancs of yasectomy in males. Fees for the well-female ex- aminations will be device insertion S25; and vasectomy OHSIP pays 90 per cent of approved doctor fees. The coverage will be in effect once completed. Receives Bachelor Of Arts Degree Mrs. -Marie Taylor (nee Marie Whitehorse) of Edmon- ton formerly of Lethbridge has received her bachelor of arts degree at the II of L spring convocation at Edmonton. She is the daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Maxwell E. Whitehorse Lethbridge. Calendar Uf J-oca! The Units of First United Church Women will meet as follows: Margaret Atkins: Tuesday, luncheon at 1 p.m., with Mrs. D. Shprthouse, 1311 3 Ave. N. Annie I. Chappell: Tuesday, June 9, pot-luck' lunch at 1 p.m., with Mrs. R. Fames, 413 15 Street N. Lily Jackson: Monday, June 8, at 8 p.m., with S. Pe- dersen, 916 21 Street S. Clara King: Monday, June 8, at 8 p.m. with Mrs. D. Holroyd 4B Spruce Towers. Emil Lytle: Thursday, June 11, at 2 p.m., with Mrs. S. M. Sanford, 428 12 St. A N. Magowan-Harleman: Thurs- day, June 11, pot-luck lunch at p.m., with Mrs. A. Hub- bard, West Lethbridge. Whitmore Johnston: Thurs- day, June 11, at 7 p.m., with Mrs. R. Thompson, 1820 9 Ave. N. Jubilee: Tuesday, June 9. Picnic supper at Henderson Lake at p.m. If inclement weather, will 'meet with Miss M. Goldie, 633 10 St. N. McKillop United Church UCW Units will meet as fol- lows: Anderson Unit with Mrs. H. Filmer, 2420 14th Ave. S., Monday, p.m. Pot-luck supper. Madill Unit at Henderson Park, Wednesday, p.m., Pot-luck supper. Bring your husband. Chambers Unit with Mrs. R. Chambers, 1717 21st Street S., Tuesday, p.m. Dunn Unit with Mrs. J. Look, 2209 27th Street S., Wednesday, 6 p.m. a barbecue. Bring your husbands. Sproule Unit in church kitch- en, Thursday, a.m. Southrainster UCW will hold its pot-luck luncheon at p.m. in the hall on Monday. The Grace Marshall Uniit will be hostesses and everyone is reminded to bring along a shut- in friend. Regular FOE bingo will be held tonight at 8 in- the Eagles' Hall. Jackpot of in 54 num- bers. Everyone welcome. St. Mary's Anglican Church Women will meet in the parish hall, Tuesday at p.m. Hostess will be Mrs. M. Friend. Open house tea will be held in the home of Mrs. Dale A. Martin in honor of her mother, Mrs. Delia M. Salmon who will be celebrating her 75th birth- day, Tuesday at p.m. Friends are invited to call. No gifts please. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hoffortb will celebrate their 25th wed- ding anniversary at 1154 Lake- view Drive with an open house from 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday, June 6, All friends are invited to call. LONGEST RIVER The longest river m Europe is the Volga River. TRAILER SEE BEE-JAY'S Dutch Auction' Advertisement On PAGE 20 CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK A Blackout Bingo played for till won overy Saturday plus 2 7-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 1 Cardi for or 25e each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireball) A complete list of T600cc cars that cost less than 1600 sedan. Mud uofaa retoJ pric. F.pi fat mi ;