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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 20, 1974 THE LETHBRiDOE HERALD 23 December wedding Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Christensen are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Lynn, to Terrance.-John Kerkhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Kerkhoff, all of Taber. The wedding will taker place on December, 7 in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber. THE BETTER HALF By M dress to please my husband, anything in you No scrubbing No soaking No sieamiMj AND FURNITURE PI Duraclean takes the sou OUT; Honored by the Parents' Guaranteed Seal, the Duraclean Foam-Absorption Process gets the dirt out that the other rnethods leave in! Safest for fabrics and fibers. Watch colors and textures spring back to life. It's all done fn your home... ready for guests the same day. Call us lor a Free Quotation DURACLEAN RUB ft UPHOLSTERY GLEANERS WILSON PONALPSON 1404-11 Avt. South hove Club corner The McNally Women of Unifarm will hold the monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Russell Henderson. Addision Lanier and Sammy Loree will tell their experiences of Goldeye Youth Seminar. The regular monthly meeting of the Mathesis Club will be held at p.m. Tues- day in the Lethbridge Public Library. Ladies of the Lethbridge Lodge, Order of the Royal Purple, will have initiation at their regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the Elks Hall. Potluck supper will be served at p.m. Officers and Drill Team wear long white dresses. The October meeting of the Lethbridge Council of Home and School Associations will be held Monday at George McKillpp School. Coffee will be served. All associations are asked to send representatives and all parents are welcome. The regular monthly meeting of St. Patrick's CWL will be held at 8 p.m. Wednes- day in the rectory room. Guest speaker will be Father Carroll who has just returned from a trip to Ireland and the Holy Land. Southminster Square Dance Learners Group will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. All women interested in the womanly art of breast-feeding are invited to meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Paul McQueetf, 725 18th St. S. For further information, con- tact Mrs. F. J. Papp at 327- 6308 or Mrs. G. C. Nordstrom, 328-1881. The regular meeting of the Faith Rebekah Lodge, 93, will be held at 8 pjn. Monday in the Oddfellows Hall. Visiting Rebekahs welcome. The annual general meeting of the Lethbridge and District 7 Horticultural Society will take place at 8 p.m. Monday in the gas company auditorium. After the business meeting, Dr. Ian Wright will speak on a greenhouse experiment. The Whirl-A-Ways will hold a 'hard time' square dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall, 1234 3rd Ave. N. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a pie. St. Mary's ACW will hold" the fall tea and bazaar at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the parish hall. Everyone welcome. The department of the secretary of state has given a grant to Women of Unifarm to be used for information meetings on Albertans and the law. The southern Alberta meeting will be held at p.m. Monday in the Kate Andrews Building of the Lethbridge Community College. Bob Babki, a local lawyer, will attend. The meeting is open to the public. Dear Ann Landers: Today when I came home from school I found my mother very upset. She had received a chain letter, supposed to have been started by a saint. Mom was instructed to send- out twenty copies to friends and relatives. If she does, the letter says, she will have good luck. If she doesn't she will have bad luck. In the letter it told about people who had broken the chain and how they lost their jobs, got cancer or had some terrible accident. My mom works hard all day and doesn't want to bother with twenty letters. Also, it means in stamps. What is your opinion of these chain letters? Sorry For Mom Sorry: They are a crock of cranberries, sheer nonsense and a royal pain in the neck. I hope your mother ignores that nutty letter and helps to put an end to the foolishness. Dear Ann Landers: I'm the mother of a three-year-old girl and a boy who is 16 months old. The girl is very sweet, but just average-looking. The boy is an unusually beautiful child. Invariably people who come to the house, or acquaintances I meet on the street, rave about the boy, tell me he is "gorgeous" and ignore the Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Sidney s W. Hancock of Yellowknife, N.W.T., and Mr. and Mrs. William A. Paniec of Pincher Creek are proud to announce the marriage of their children, Sandra Lee and William Eric. The marriage took place Oc- tober 12 at Our Lady of Assumption Church in Ed- monton. A reception followed at the Corona Hotel for relatives and friends. girl completely. My heart just breaks when this happens because I know how left-out she must feel. So please, Ann, tell these good people who mean no harm, when there are two children present please don't ignore one and praise the other. It really hurts. Mother Of Two Dear Mother: How right you are. Of course these peo- ple mean no harm, they are just thoughtless. I hope your letter will help them to become, more aware. I try, every day, to plant at least one good idea, to make one useful point in this column. You did it for me today, and I thank you. Dear ABB Landers: I am a bachelor, age 44, who is going with a woman, 39. Zelda has never been married and has a few hangups. For she has never had a physical examination. When I tell her she really should get a checkup she, says, "Why should I? I feel fine and I'm never sick." I know Zelda reads your column every day. Will you say something? She might listen to you. Friend Dear Friend: A 38-year-old woman who has never had a complete physical must have oatmeal where her brains belong. I urge her (and others who are in the same leaky boat) to stop pressing their luck and make an appoint- ment at once. If Zelda's hangup is what I think it is, please inform her that there are many female gynecologists. Don't get boned by a "line" that's too not to handle. Play it cool with Ann Landers' guide to "Necking and Petting What Are the Send your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box Chicago, 01. CWS4, enclosing 5ft cents hi coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. VANCOUVER (CP) There is a startling physical difference between Oakalla prison for women and a man- sion complete with 19th- century drawing rooms 20th- century kitchen, a Japanese garden and plush shag carpet Yet this mansion, named Sancta Maria House, serves' as base for women .trying to readjust to society after time in prison. According to its letterhead, Sancta Maria, located in the Kitsilano district of Van- couver, is a Roman Catholic "home for girls who need help." Housemother Mary Sawyer, who has lived in the house since it began operating 15 years ago, said it helps women of all denominations. In those 15 years, Sancta Maria has helped more than 2.000 women. Emerald anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John C. Petersen of Stirling will mark their 55th wedding anniversary Tuesday. They have nine surviving children, Rose Stewart of Trail, B.C.; Darlene Seely of Alder Flats; Ladene Adamson of Stirling; John Jr. of Calgary; Jess of Taber; Harry and Carmen of Vancouver; and Gary and Danny of Pentic- ton. They have 29 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Engagements announced Mr. and Mrs. Howard Folkins of Warner are pleased to announce the engagement of Miss Lyla Rae Buchmann, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buchmann of Stanton, N.D., to their son, Greg Jerome Folkins. The wedding will take place November 29 at Stanton, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Flynn of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Catherine member Bridget, to Jack Lee Ensign, youngest son of Mrs. Beatrice Ensign and the late Jack En- sign of Pincber Creek. The wedding will take place on November 2 in Mrs. Betty Petronech of Champion is pleased to an- nounce the engagement of her daughter, Lesley Ruth, to Donald only son of Mrs. Wilma Larson of Great Falls, Mont. The wedding will take place on December 7 in the Cham- pion United Church. Mansion serves as base for women needing help Rev. H. I. Bauer, assistant director of the borne, said be doesn't like the name "halfway preferring to label it "all-the-way home." However be said a federal committee on corrections vis-. ited the borne last year and "named Sancta Maria House on its opening page as having in effect done for some 14 years what government agen- cies are only beginning to recognize as a key answer to a century-old problem." Financing of the home, which now has 11 residents, is covered by private donations, many of which come from former residents. HARDLITE LENSES... Maximum protection for Children who wear Glasses J Shatterproof for maximum eye protection. Lighter on their faces. Only half the weight of _ ordinary lenses. 2 warranty against eye injury. Available in all prescriptions. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO, LETHBRIDGE number A dredit Union is a financial co- operative owned not by out- side interests tfut by people that use it. Simply by opening a share account, you can become a member-shareholder with voting privileges equal to those of all other members. You can save with confidence, borrow with dignity, and have a say in the way things are run. You're more than just another number. You belong. Get the complete facts about this commorisense way to manage money from your nearest Credit Union. Or clip and mail the coupon today. LETHBRIDGE FAMILY Y Pre-School Classes Fall '74 A now session of Pro-School begins October 29th with openings in classes as follows: A. B. C DIAPER GYM AND SWIM Tuesday and p.m. October 29th to December 12th Instructor CAM BROWN 14 Classes PROGRAM FEE TODDLER GYM AND SWIM Tuesday and p.m. October 29th to December 12th Instructor: SHERRYL DeCOSTE 14 Classes........................... PROGRAM FEE KINDER GYM AND SWIM Tuesday and p.m. October 29th to December 12th Instructor: CAM BROWN 14 Classes PROGRAM FEE KINDER GYM AND SWIM Wednesday mid a.m. October 30th to December 13th Jnsfrwctor: CAM BROWN 14Classes denotes child capable of moving in the water using no floating aids. Maximum to 12 per Register New! Lethbridge Family Y 918 9th Street South CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS CO. 4 ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Presents: "ENTERTAINMENT WITH A GOURMET TOUCH" to be held at GAS CO. AUDITORIUM 410 Stafford Drive 4 WEEK COURSE: November 20: Appetizers and Mors D'Ouevres November 27: Vegetables and Side Dishes December 4: Main Dishes December 11: Desserts The CONSUMER'S GUIDE to Alberta Credit Unions PLEASE RETURN APPLICATION NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER Liberia Agriculture Send my free copy of The Con- sumer's Guide to Atoerta Ctedrt to1 NAME ADDRESS 1 wish to register for "ENTERTAINING WITH A GOURMET TOUCH" Mad ICREDIT UNION Phone PostelCode Registration Fee enclosed. Cash Cheque Or ALBcRTA Return to: Blue Flame Kitchen Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd. 410 Stafford Drive li FEDERATION Straw) SW. Return no later than November Registration is Untiled to 75 applicants. 7-lH ;