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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta RALD-M Golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Bert Virnyanski of Frank recently marked their 50th wedding anniversary with a family reception. The couple were married in com- ing to Lethbridge in 1929 and later moving to Frank in 1942. Mr. Virnyanski was a mine worker in Blairmore until his retirement. They have four Irene Samuel of Gladys Wyatt of Bernice Battel of Kimberly and Helen Wyatt of Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Virnyanski also have 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Emotional support needed by elderly OTTAWA Nurses should try harder to make elderly patients more cheerful so they can maintain the will to a health-team was told here. Old patients near death are often made to feel an attitude that makes recovery in hospitals from such il- lnesses as cancer extremely said Virginia a nurse consultant with the American Cancer Society. value of the physical care and the emotional sup- port nurses give to patients and their families can be in- yet so often our response has been hurried withdrawal or determined In the past nurses have responded to the excitement of some aspects of medical said Miss Barckley. But for the care of long il- lnesses like-cancer they often saw only hard work and a patient who did not get well. Sears The football score is your TV set goes And you're likely to go haywire Simmer down. Making sure your TV will deliver top performance for whatever scores you're is as easy as getting a Simpsons-Sears Preventative Maintenance checkup now. Here's what we Visual check of lead-in and internal inside home terminal connec- tions to ensure a undistorted signal. Check horizontal oscillator and black and white tracking to improve viewing Adjust height and vertical linearity for good proportional picture Focus picture and adjust color-killer control for well-defined scanning lines Check VHP and UHF tuner Degauss picture tube to remove color contamination Color purity adjustment for bright colors Check static and dynamic convergence. Explain proper operation and answer all questions for greater enjoyment of color TV Check sound quality Color 999 Parts Extra Preventative Maintenance checkup is also available for black and white TV set. PHONE 328-9231 Ext. 278 for Immediate service. Charge your Preventative Maintenance checkup on your all-purpose account. you flM ttw NMM flutnMN Calendar The Whirl-A-Ways will square and round dance it 8 Bm. Monday in UK Mooae All iquare welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Bowman Art Centre. A good attendance is requested. Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the JOOF Hall. Auction sale after the meeting. All Rebekahs welcome. The Arthritis Education Group will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium of the Gait School of Nursing. Mrs. H. an occupational therapist will speak on arthritis and the homemaker. Volunteer babysitting will be provided. Everyone welcome. For further information con- tact 327-5509 or 328-3106. Rebekahs and friends are reminded of toe card party to be beU in the Oddfellows hall at p.m. Tuesday. Everyone welcome. The Alberta Home Economics Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Marg 611 17 St. S. Frances Schultz will be guest speaker. The Lethbridge Chapter of Sweet Adelines meets each Wednesday from 8 to p.m. at 420 -12 St. in the church basement. Women interested in singing four-part harmony welcome to attend. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway Pensioners' Association will be held in the club rooms at 2 p.m. Tuesday. There will be an election of of- ficers. All members are asked to attend. Southminster Square Dance learners' group will dance Monday at 8 p.m. in Southminster hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Ladies of Lethbridge Order of the Royal will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the Elks Hall. A good atten- dance is requested. Official visit will be discussed and lunch served. The Lethbridge Women's In- stitute will hold the annual meeting in the lounge of the Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre at p.m. Monday with Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Witting as hostesses. A good attendance is requested. The monthly meeting of the Rangeland Bottle and Glass Club will be held at p.m Tuesday at 2131 10 Ave. S. Guests welcome. For further information contact 328-2561 or 327-4189. Ann Landers Dear Ann I am asking you to print this letter to my mother-in-law because I haven't the nerve to say it or even send it. Dear I love you because you have been good to but you did a lousy job of raising your son. I knew it before I married him so I shouldn't but here's the way it When he didn't want to go to school you let him stay home. When he didn't want to go to you covered up for him and Spring fashions skimpy LONDON Mary high priestess of British ready-to-wear took a long look at spring and Keep it brief. Well-trimmed styles in shades of royal blue and grey blue dominated the collection and colored even the who shivered in sun fashions on an foggy autumn day. The show opened by stripp- ing down to the latest Quant underwear cum tiny candy-striped long match socks and minuscule bras featuring a lot of bosom. On top went skinny hip- hugging pants and whittle- waisted halter-necked dresses and long skirts galore. things seem right for the summer any time of said Miss Quant. are not particularly interesting right Most ofthe clothes featured a blouse falling from a yoked back into a gathered waist. For evening birds with nice Miss Quant offered long skirts and bra tops sprinkled in flower prints. The de non- was for girls not intending to put up a a see-through chiffon dress in black and white print with the ubiquitous blousen and but without the Quant booby trap. lied to his boss Me never knew what it was to accept responsibility for himself because you always accepted for him. When we married I had a good so he quit his. Final- ly I quit working so he HAD to go to work. He's been steadily employed ever since. He didn't believe in God because you decided not to religion on him. You decided to wait until he was old enough to choose his own religion. This past year he has begun to shape up into a fine human something I knew was burled down there. But you left an awful lot of work for me Twenty-eight is pretty late to start growing up. But I'm sure he'll make it now and I'll help because we love each other. Your Daugbter- In-Law Dear you married a mess and his mother probably helped mess him up But what do you expect her to do about it The real value of your letter is for young mothers who are raising their children. The lesson here is for them. Dear Ann I was amused .by the column in which you quoted the violinist Nathan Milstein's explanation for the fact that a great many of the world's finest violinists were Jewish He said when the Jews were run out of one country after another on short notice it was easier to grab a violin than a piano. Here's an anecdote about another pushed-around minority. A new singing Ellerine who was raised in the black ghetto of Newark with Sarah was asked if there was anything special about that neighborhood which produced outstanding singers. guess there Ellerine said. person can develop strong vocal cords just yelling for Ann Fan In New Rochelle Dear Lovely. BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. 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