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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE KEKALO Wednesday, September 1, 1971 Leih. West...Cecelia Gruenwald Leth. Anderson Communily minded would aptly describe Uie Dick Gmemvald family in two words. One of Lelhbriclgu's two new JILA's, Mr. Gruen- wald lias been involved in the community since and "really busy for 25 years" says his wife, Ocuiia, cially in the field of educa- tion. "Dick has seen all oT our seven children through the school she said in tin interview Tuesday, referring to his 20 years served on the separate school board. He's also been president o( th3 Canadian C a I li o 1 i c School Trustees Association, "Very proud, happy" change in family routine. 1 "Worth every niinulc ot it." "Naturally it will change was Ihc way Louise Anclcr- somc but'not thai much." she son refen-cd U) the ure-elec- past president of the Alberta School Trustees Association and until (his yea1- a member of the U'lliliridgc Commim- ily College beard. Mrs. Gruemvald has not been shirking any civic re- sponsibility h e r s c Well- known in the cily for IKT wcrk in church and hospital affairs, Mrs. Gniomv.'ild immediate past president of St. Michael's General Hospi- tal Auxiliary, past president of Assumption Catholic Wo- men's League, and lias held excculivc positions with St. Mary's Home and School when her children attended school. Six of Hie children are now awav from home.. The young- est Marie, at III, "voted Mon- day for Hie fir.st time and vctcd for her said Mrs. Grncnuald. Family reaction to Mr. Onicnwald's Monday vidory was that ''we're all very proud and happy for him." .Mrs. Gruenwald added that she didn't expect r.mch of a said Women could and should play a more important in politics, says Mrs. GnitMi- "I'm .sure Ihnrc are many capable women, but some think they haven't got the lime and some think they aren't capable." The Grucmvalds have lived in Lctlihridgc since Ihcy mov- ed from Warner in Both of Hum have grown up in an agricultural environment, and so the rarirJng situation is another of Mr. CJrucmva lei's interests as well as educa- tion. JDcspHe iUr. Gruenw a 1 d's -M- busy schedule i" past years, the feeling ot a closely knit family is ever present. Karen. by AAarilyn Anderson lion rush before her husband John, was elected as MLA in Letlibridge East Monday night. In an interview Tuesday, Mi's. Anderson said there will ho no upheaval in their lives as a result of Monday's elec- tion. "Wo work as a leain." she said, "and I thhik thai we will continue this way. If there is any way J can help him 1 will be beside him." Credit and appreciation [or help and assistance was giv- en by Mrs. Anderson to the women of the Social Credit parly. Mrs. Ander- ii' j.son and her two IS'SliW-i'ilWjjirls, Beriia- dette and Wen- dy table tennis and she is looking Tor- ward to a deep- "Worth every bit of it' hind Johnny and 1. Anything that I needed Ihcy were there and I was new." Mrs. Anderson finds lime for both her garden and vol- unteer work. She's been a volunteer worker at Dorothy G o o d e r School for two mornings a week for the past three years, and the Auxiliary Hospital one afternoon a week. S'.ie hss been an active supporlcr of the Catholic Women's League of St. P a I r 1 c k' s Church and is at present on St. Michael's General Hospi- tal Ladies Auxiliary. "I met some wonderful peo- ple during Ihe campaign. We are lircd but we had a won- derful committee behind us. I can honestly say I enjoyed every minute of it. I'm not sorry he made Ihe decision and stayed with it. "The girls and our son-in- law thought that last niaht that it was worth every bit of it." Mrs. Anderson maintains an interest in the activities of youth today. She believes that young people at the junior high level should be made more aware ol politics find brought into politics begin- ning at the civic level. And for Lctlibridge? "I think Ihe two conslitu- ercies can help one anollier for the whole of Lelhbridgc, especially since they are both she says. Mrs. Cecelia Gruen e of MLA Dick Gruenwald was the last of the fain t ily lo hcf.r the news of hsr fa ther. Dennis lives in Calory and is married to a former Lcll-.bridge girl. Diane ilalisz. Lois livi'n in Edmcnlon; Jim- my. Toronto; Gerald works in Pcnoka, Tom lives in Calgary. The Gniemvalds have seven grandchildren. "You have to have a nilo and p.itlem in every family ar.d this has to be abided says Mrs. Grurnwald. "Yen krW. they come back ard say 'we see what you mean now.' And every one of them without exception lius done that, and this gives us a really good feeling." Another good feeling has been created by ths support the Gruemvakis had through Dill the campaign "It's nnljclievable that pi'D- pie would really put them- j selves out and work that hard, and we really appreciate if. Our friends were just won- derful. It seems like every- one we'd meet on the street was so confident that we would win, and was so en- Throughout the interview, the telephone in the Gruen- wald home rang constantly, bringing more congratula- tions from friends and well- wishers, evidence of strcng support for Dick and Cecelia GruenwaJd. Phoros Walter BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY AT P.M. Jackpot 5125 in 54 Numbers 12th Game in 7 Numbers 4th 8th 12 Gomel Doubled in 7 Numbers S Cards 1 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER li SPONSORED BY 7HE 1.OYAI ORDER OF MOOSE JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE WHITE COLORED U N I F O R M WHITE SISTER THE GRADUATE JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 404 Slh STREET S. (Upstairs) PHONE 328-3631 _Xr (Calendar cJLocal Jvapi The executive meeting of the j LA to ANAF executive will First United Church Women h w mpptinu TTiivrsrlav will be heK Thursday at j Thursday at p.m. in the lower hall. i 9 P-m- in Ihe board room. Reunion planned Members of the 39th Battery J Roya 1 Canadian Artillery World War Two Association ;will meet in Sept. 3-5 lo celebrate the 30lh anni- versary of Ihe battery's mo- bilization in 1941. t Hegistralion and a get- together will be held Sept. 3 at 3 p.m. at the Sergeant's Mess at the Kenyon Held Armories. Activities planned for the weekend include a wrcalh-lay- ing ceremony at ihc cenotaph j Sunday morning. About 101) association mem- bers arc expected from all across Canada and parts of the i United States. About 40 have already indicated they plan to attend the reunion, the associa- tion's third. Fletcher Llewellyn. Ted Law- rence and Dave Gibson are arnung the local members who have been active in organizing Uic reunion for the baltery> which was mobilized here in ,Lcllihridge. Love booklets Due to customs difficulties, and monetary exchange, readers are asked to send re- quests for the 'Love Is' car- loon booklet directly to Love Is Book l.clliliridgc Her- ald, P.O. 15ox Los An- grips California HllO.'iS. Cost of honklol is 60 cents in U.S. currency. love is... him after be runs the lnwHmo-iiicr over prize sbrnh. New Fall Stock Arriving Daily! NOW OPEN Lerhbridge Pooch Poodle Parlour KATHY LOGAN 1825 12lh Ava. N. Phono 327-8779 Pick up and Delivery Scrvico Reasonable Rales band when lime iii permits. Both of the Andersons enjoy golfing al- though Mrs. Anderson says her game has been neglected recently. Mrs. Anderson's background is deeply rooted in the Social Credit party. Her father, Her- man Smith, has been in the Social Credit party since the days of William Aberhart. He and Mrs. Smilh live in Coal- dale where he has been ac- tive in executive posts there. "I had politics for break- sast, dinner and she recalls, "and so did my broth ers and sisters." When asked if she had ever considered running tor political office herself. Mrs. Anderson said. "No 1 never did. That's my husband's de- partment." "I have lo be at home be- cause of my family and yet I feel that women have a place in politics. I feel lhat I can only help my husband on this end of it by keeping up our home, and his appoint- ments and anything lhal he may need me for. But when it conies to actual decisions and running in the party, Lfiat's his part." 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