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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: You've spoken out in defense o! waitresses, hotel maids, truck drivers, police officers, tele- phone operators, hairdressers, typesetters, carrier boys, sales- people and school teachers. Bui you have never printed one word in defence of box-office cashiers. I hope you will do so today. I work for a theatre in Schenectady. 1 enjoy my j o b and want to do it well. As a box-office cashier I try to give courteous service, correct change, and the correct number of tickets. Please tell your readers that the girl in the glass cage does not set the prices or the show time. She is not responsible for the mistake in the newspaper which printed the wrong tame. Nor is it her fault that you tried two parking lots and they were both full, so you are miss- ing the first fifteen minutes of the movie. Also tell your readers that the cashier is not responsible for the rating system, so don't yell at her if you are under 18 and she can't sell you a ticket to an X-rated film. And, if the picture was lousy, it's not her fault. She didn't direct it. Thank you, Ann. Deux DEAR BILLIE: Thank YOU. Your letter brought back some warm memories: My father owned theaters, and guess who sat in the box office and sold tickets after school one summer? Yup, and I know what you mean. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have done quite a lot of baby- sitting and enjoy it very much. There was this one woman who fell into the habit of not paying me the night of the job because she never had anything smaller than a 20- dollar bill. Usually she paid me the next time, and although I didn't think it was fair I never said anything. Three months ago I sat for this woman and she didn't pay me. My bill was She said, "Next time." Well, the next time the bill was and she didn't pay me then, either. I have not had a call from her since. 1 just found out she is using another girl. I think this is rotten. How can a sitter protect herself against being taken advantage of hi this way? Out By A Deadbeat DEAR BEAT: Of course it's rotten. The way to protect yourself against such low-lifers is; (1) Make it clear when you accept the job that you would like to be paid that evening. (2) Bring along change for (3) If you are not paid that night, tell her you will be back the next dsy then GO back the next day. If she doesn't pay yo1.1, come back the following day, and the day after, until you DO get paid. If you have to make three trips to get your money, be busy the next time Mrs. Gener- osity asks you to sit. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm 71 and about to marry man who is 12 years my senior. The problem isn't his age, but his two daughters. They are 17 and 14. I know they hate me because they believe I broke up their mother's mar- riage. The marriage was dead when I came along. All I did was bury it. Harry is a wonderful person and I would go to the end of the earth for him. I am converting to his religion and I'm learning how to keep a Kosher Kitchen so his mother can eat with us. Please, Ann, tell me how to win his daughters over? It To Work DEAR WANT TO: Don't try too hard. Play it low-key. In time, if you give the girls a chance to get to know you and if they see you are making their father happy, they may come around. It could take years, so be patient and good luck. Please send Inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI. 60611. MR. AND MRS. CRAIG HERBERT SIMMONS Simmons-Smith Best man was Mr. Robert Rice, ushers were Mr. David Knox United Church of Taber was the scene for the exchange of double ring vows between Miss Nola Mae Smith, daughter of Mrs. Georgina Mae Smith ot Taber, and Mr. Craig Herbert Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simmons of Leth- bridge. Rev. Ken Morris officiated at the ceremony. Soloist was Miss Henny Van Egteren and organ- ist was Mr. Malcolm Edws.T's. Mrs. Laurie Kimmitt, siiter j Kimmitt and Mr. Greg Forsyth, of the bride, was matron of: a'l Lethbridge. honor. Bridesmaids were Miss! After a reception at tire Park Connie Smith siste of the Plaza, the couple travelled to bride, and Miss Nancy Sim- points in B.C. They will reside mons, sister of the groom. in Nelson, B.C. MR. AND MRS. LEONARD CHARLES AESIE Aesie-Bailie toturdoy, Oclebir 30, 1971 _ THI IETHMIDGI HEftAlD _ 17 Burns-Waterhouse SIMPSONS-SEARS Birthday Contest Winner Mr. John Loewen, Manager of Simpsons-Sears ltd., presents Mrs. Alice Beaudin of 1314 13th St. S., lethbridge with Kenmore Dishwasher. The Dishwasher was the grand prize In Simp- sons-Sears First Birthday Contest. Everyone ot Simpsons-Sears tend along their good wishes to Mrs. Beaudin. Wesley United Church of Cal- gary was the scene of an after- n o o n candlelight ceremony when Miss Victoria Ileen Wa- terhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Waterhouse of Leth- bridge, was united in marriage to Mr. Douglas Darryl Burns son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Burns of Pincher Creek. Rev. Streight officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bridesmaids were Miss Judy Waterhouse, sister of the bride and Miss Karren Mac- Donald, niece of the groom. Best man was Mr. Gary February is citizenship month February has been set by the Canadian Labor Congress citizenship month. Citizenship month is an an- nual event sponsored by the CLC to support some form of social action that would help to improve the general welfare of Canadian citizens. This year's theme, full em- ployment, will see the CLC, af- filiated unions, provincial fed- erations of labor and local la- bor councils urge the federal government to adopt new econ- jmic policies leading to more jobs. Bums, ushers were Messrs. j Dennis and Larry Bums, broth- ers of the groom. I A reception with dance fol- lowing was held in the Spanish room of the Summit Sheraton Hotel, Calgary. Mr. Robin Pearson of Cal- gary was master of cere- monies. Grace was given by tire bride's grandfather, Mr. F. E. Bishop of Oyen, Alberta, and the toast to the bride was given by Mr. Mel Stien of Lethbridge. The happy couple presently resides in Brooks. Wedding vows were ex- changed recently In a double ring ceremony between Mau- reen Phyllis, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bailie of Skiff, and Leonard Charles Aesie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wally Camp of Calgary, in Cor- pus Christ! Catholic Church, Calgary. Rev. Father Tessier officiated. Organist was Mrs. Linda Morrison, cousin of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a full length gown of eleganza, with a train trimmed with lace and featuring empire waistline and full length sleeves flaring from the elbow. She wore a Juliet head dress with shoulder length veil and carried yellow roses. Attending the birde as mat- ron of honor, was Mrs. Cheryl Bernhart, and as bridesmaids, the bride's three sisters, the Misses Joan, Gail and Sheila Bailie. They wore full length gowns of yellow polyester crepe with daisy trim and yel- low picture hats and carried bouquets of while daisies. They wore pearl pendants, a gift from the bride. Attending the groom was his brother, Mr. Ron Aesie of Cal- gary, Mr. Ernie Di Stefana of Calgary, Mr. Robert Jurgens of Skiff and Mr. Larry Camp of Calgary. Ushers were Mr. Randy Bar- rack of Cereal, and Mr. Gary McDiamond of Calgary. The bride's mother wore blue flowered chiffon pant suit with picture hat and silver ac- cessories. The groom's mother was attired in mauve dress and matching coat with silver ac- essories. Approximately 180 guests at- Calgary was In charge of guest book. On the bride's table white candles and a three tiered wed- ding cake made by the bride's aunt Mrs. Mary Barrack and decorated in white and yellow Jourdan'i photo MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM RICHARD PERSLEY Persley-Meredith motif by Mrs. nick of Skiff. Clara Poberz- St. Augustine's Anglican Church was the scene of the double ring ceremony between Susan Patricia Meredith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Roy F. Meredith of Lethbridge, and El Rancho Motor Hotel, the couple honeymooned at Calgary and are now residing in Vaux- hall. William Richard Persley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pers- The hall was decorated with j ley of Lethbridge. white and yellow bells and j Rev. R. L. Crisficld offi- streamers. ciatcd. Mr. Terry Wolscy was Master of ceremonies was soloist. Mr. Mel Fengstad of sister of the bride. Mrs. Bar- j bara Stuckey of Pincher Creek, was matron of honor. Brides- maids were Miss Lorrie Max- i well, Lethbridge, and Miss i Peggy Swenson. Powell, Wyom- ing. Miss Sherri Persley, -sister j of the groom, was flowergirl. j Best man was Mr. David Snell j of Lethbridge, ushers were Mr. Neil Nordquist of Taber and Mr. Mike Slavich of Lethbridge. Ringbearer was Master Honny Persley, brother of the groom. Following a reception at the I bridge, and Mr. William Gcj- dos proposed the toast to the bride. Miss Joan Bailie, sister of the bride welcomed groom into the family. A dance followed the recep- tion with music supplied by Jorgenson's Orchestra of New Brigden. B.C. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN'S FEDERATION TEA AND BAZAAR CHURCH HALL 1818 5th S. WED., NOV. 3rd 2 p.m.-5 Home Baking Sewing Delicatessen Evening Entertainment for the family 7 p.m.-9 p.m. AAIIN MEET South District Executive Committee meeting, AARN Gait School of Nursing, will meet Nov. 3 at 1 p.m. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Nickol if Skull Springs Ranch, Coal- dale, are pleased to announce he engagement of their young- er daughter, Denise Lenore, to Jr. Donald L. Norrie, son of tlr. and Mrs. James A. Nome 3f Lethbridge. The wedding will fake place j November 19 at Our >ady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Losey )f Foremost are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- iage of their youngest dangh- er Alyce Louise, to Mr. Greg- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their daughter, Musch, to Mr. Mel Ederwein of Calgary. The wedding will take place on November 27 at p.m. at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kie- mele of Cardston are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their eldest daugh- ter, Lois Elaync, to Mr. Henry Carol Lepko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ildefons Lepko of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place November 20 at St. Basil's Catholic Church, Lethbridge. ory John Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller of Milk River. Tim wedding will take place Saturday November 27 at p.m. at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. Milk River. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Janzen of Coaldalc, are pleased to an- WASH THEM To give new life to plastic sponges wash them in your washing machine wth the next while wash. WOMEN'S WORLD BEAUTY SALON 1.1th STREET NORTH PHONE 3280054 Is Pleased to Announce that JANICE GRISAK Has Their Staff Janice is well known to north Leth- bridge ladies and welcomes all her friends and former customers to visit her on Fridays and Saturdays. For a honeymoon trip to the Okanogan and other points in the bride changed white pant suit with picture hat and wore a corsage of yel- low roses. They will reside in Guests attended from many points in Saskatchewan, New Brigden, Cereal, Taber, Leln- bridge, Foremost. Red Deer, Edmonton and Calgary. College Shopping tended the reception at Corpus Chrisli Hall, Calgary. Mrs. Jo-Ann McDiamard 1 our Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When o bridn visiti cur G Registry, it'i (ha beginning of many happy experiences. ihe selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve For years to come. Family and friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding jifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday timus. helping her dress for ibe Hal- loii'eeti BRENDA HAGA BARBARA DEBOER MARIDEL HOVEY TERRY INOVE CHERYL JACKSON CAROL DYCK JANICE TOTH SHARON ROBINSON EtVERA JANZ LOIS KIEMELE PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairi) tVERY THURS-8 p.m. Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S. ;