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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta fiidoy, November 19, 1771 THE lETHB'IDGE HErAlD 17 Ann Land ers KNIT BOOTIES TO TURKEY DINNERS The girls are being kept busy during Centre Village Molls' Carnival Days happening TluJVsday and Friday. With a great sel- ection of gift ideas and stock in g-s tuff ers the two-day Carnival is proving to be a success. Participating organ- arc donating the proceeds to various charitable projects being carried on in the city. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. In And Out Of Town Tht ladies of the Order of the Royal Purple arc holding a Christmas tea and nazaar on Wednesday at the Elks Club in the city, under the convenor- CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, NOV. 19th 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR Sl.OU OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH IUCKY NUMBER DRAW NOW WORTH Persons Under 16 Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB i ship of Mrs. VY. (J. Mosc. Tick- ets for this tea arc trader the direction of Mrs. II. R. Me- Larcn. A doll raffle, under the su- pervision of Mrs. G. C. Spou- los and a surprise table under the direction of Mrs. Betty Gerlson will also Ire featured. During the afternoon Mrs. W. R. Kirk will be providing the organ music for the enjoyment of the guests, who will be wel- comed by Mrs. W. Stewart aid Mrs. W.'G. Mose at the upper j door, and welcomed by Mrs. D. T. Higo. Mrs. P. Kish, Mrs. A. Johnson and Mrs. Stella Wil- j j lison at the lower door. A very special occasion was held Sunday, Nov. 7 at the I'cm- mican Club Hall when 145 rela- tives and .13 friends helped cel- ebrate Mrs. Agnes M. Vaile's 100th birthday. Her only surviving brother, Mr. Bob Tilton of Kamloops, B.C.. who is 03 years old, was also able to attend. Relatives came from Van- couver, Salmo. B.C.. Seattle. Wash.. Portland, Ore., Boise, Idaho, and other points in Can- ada and the United States. Congratulations were receiv- ed from the Queen. Prime Min- ister Trudcau. President Nixon, the Governor of Kansas and many friends. glSIMPSONS-SEARS Anti-static AlltTOll Only For the woman who loves feeling free and easy, Kayser's non-cling anti-static slip, the answer to all creeping slip problems. Net only is it versatile, but beautiful as well. Lace appliques trimmings pro- vide you wilh an oh so dainty feeling. Choose from white or white sand. Sizes 34 to 42 average length or 36 to 42 tall length. Matcliina' Brief Antron III Tailored Pyjamas JnsI Fm thn beautiful look in sleepwoai, Antron III pre- sents 'he tailored pyjamas, Choose from luxurious colon of pink or dubonnet each with n contrasting pipina trim. Top is adorned with its own bolt. 34-36-38. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 12.33 p.m. Thursday nnd Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Conlro Village. Toloptions 328-9231 KKEPS BL'SV HALIFAX (CP1 Mrs. Wai- Icr Fitzgerald, the wife of Hali- j fax's new mayor, is a part-time field instructor for the Maritime School of Social Work here. The i mother of five children is in- j voived in community work in a 1 i volunteer capacity as well, and i is on the board of directors of three organizations. She enjoys collecting antiques, sewing, cooking, reading, attending! symphony concerts and the the- atre. i The Lethbridge Community College invites applications for STENO POOL SUPERVISOR supervise the work of ihe secretarial pool. work direclly wilh Ihe Directors of Schools and the faculty to see that work is carried out promptly and efficiently, -lo keep track of rjnd sick leove of College employees. QUALIFICATIONS: Several years of secretarial experience. Ex- perience in the supervision of other personnel valuable. The ability to work co-operatively wilh all levels of College CLOSING'DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: November ?4r 1971, 4 p.m. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applicants should apply for tho standard Application for Employment form to: Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141 ANNOUNCING DEDICATION WEEKEND! at the 1TECOSTAL TABERNACLE "LETHBRIDGE'S DOWNTOWN GOSPEL CHURCH" 520 7th Street South Our new expanded facilities are completed and it U lo bo dedicated to God's service during this special weekend. We invite one and oil to a wonderful time of Old Time Gospel 'Christian Fellowship' and Gos- pel preaching. The weekend will begin on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19th 7 p.m. at Sven Ericksell's Family Restaurant for a smorgasbord style banquet with special music and as our guest speaker Miss Maureen Gaglardi of Glad Tidings Tabernacle, Vancouver, B.C. and Mr. Les Ingster, President of Union Tractor, Calgary as master of ceremonies. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th 2 p.m. "Teen Workshop" with Maureen Gaglcrdi. We invite ail teens 10 come to this informal workshop. 7 p.m. Rev. Jack Keys, TV Pastor of Pentecost Presents will speak. The service will feature special youth music and testimonies. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21st a.m. Sunday School for every member of (he family. I'-omen Christian teachers in a Christian atmosphere prepared lo teach old nnd young alike in Ihe Gospels of Jesus Christ, youT spiritual needs nnd doubts a nf. we red. MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE 11 a.m. Rev. G. W. Allen, former posloi of the- Tabernacle will minister m this service. Mrs. Allen will minister in song. 3 p.m. at Ihe Tabernacle. Special Dedication Service wilh Rev Kenneth Bunting dedicating ihe nr-w front and unveilinn the- nr-w marble memorial. 7 p.m. at the labernaclc. Concluding evangelistic Service wilh Rev. Alberl Lindoff of Medicine Hot. Featuring also a host of special music. "IN TIMES LIKE THIS, YOU NEED AN ANCHOR" WE EXTEND TO YOU AN OFFER TO COME AND HEAR ABOUT CHRIST DKAl! NANDKRS: 1 am a pirl, 17, who has been (lathis siivc I uas 14. I'm no prude I'ir: not loose wilh my fiivrax riilK-r. The thins 1 is a ttwl jjirls have lad also ami I would like to kraw how to This certain guy, I'll call him Jack, dated me twice. I liked him a Int ;naJ I'm sure lie dug me also Last right when he tool; me to the doer Ix.1 stood there as if he wanted lo kiss me goodnight. 1 put my face up just a liltlc and hu on the sloppiest kiss I ever had in my whole life. You inifjiu think this sounds immature but that kiss turned rr.c off completely. Now I don't care if he ever calls me again. N'o fiirl a sloppy kisser, flirls v.an; to be kissed in a gentle n-pectlul manner. That kiss reminded me of a cow pulling her foot out of (lie mud. Please print this. Maybe Jack will see it and shape up for Oie next Lato For lie DKAl; TL.: Here's your letter and let's iiope Jack sees it and .shapes up. Are you sure you wouldn't give him another chance'.' Aw- e'inon Maybe all IKI needs is a little instruction. DKAl! A.YN LANDERS; 1 am aware that an engaged girl returns the engagement gifts if UK engagement Ls broken. What about wedding gifts presented by friends and family ol the divorced husbaixi? Does the v.ifc keep them or do they belong to him? In the ease of daughter, her husband's mother and grandmother gave her some valuable heirloom jewelry. Docs it go back to the is my daughter en- titled to keep it for her daughter and one day her daughter-iji- law? My ex-son-in-law's mother lias not been very gracious but tv.o aunts are lovely and 1 would like to maintain their friend- ship. Is this proper? For example, would it be in good taste to continue to invite them to social functions in my home? Please answer these question. I find them nowhere in the etiquette books. Thank SI. DEAR M.: A woman is under no obligation to return wedding gifts after she has married. They are considered part of the household goods. (2) The heirloom jewelry belongs to your daughter. She can wear it if she wishes (although she'll probably prefer not to) or she can put it away for lier daughter and daughter-in-law. That's what heirlooms are for. (3) By all continue to see the socially if you enjoy their company. T Do you feel ill at ease out of it? 1 s everybody having a good time but Write for Ann Landers' booklet, "The Key To Popularity." enclosing with your request 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE Slore Hours Man., lues., Wed., Ihurs nnd FH. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m Stit. 9 to 6 p.m. MARTENS COALDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ?0lh, 1971 HAMS WHOLE, HALVES OR QUARTERS Ib. f I Canada Choice minute Steaks be0f H'l Canada Choice Short Ribs sleerbeef n> r Tablerite, lite Spare Ribs side pork .19 0 YORK APPLE JU Top Coffee Cream Wox or Gr. Beans 14 fl. 01. tins for Jams and Jellies IGA 9-oi. jars for Choice Peas I 8 10 fl. oz. tins .00 Lunch Meat fin, 3 Creamed Honey I Cher Cheese Wedge Top Valu 2-lb. ctn. Cherry Hill a Old 12-01 Canada Fancy B.C. Macs large size CENTRE VILLAGE MARTENS COALDALE Centre Village IGA Also Features FREE RHiv WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;