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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 17, 1970 THE tEIHBRIDGE HERALD Ann Landers LANDERS: Now that you've befriended tlie mailmen, the meter readers, the night janitors and tlie data processors, how about a kind word for the stewardesses? I am a stewardess who speaks for hundreds of girls who work as hard as any group of females in the world. Out- major gripes are os follows: (1) The Passenger who comes aboard with a wig box, a makeup case, six dresses in a hang-up bag, a satchel of books and gifts, a steam iron and collapsible ironing board plus as much duty-free liquor as the law allows. (2) Tlie Passenger who throws his coat at you tie minute he enters tlie plane. (3) The Passenger who flies tlie same route every week and shrieks when he sees the same meal. (4) The Passenger who is unhappy because the stew can't look out the window and pinpoint "where are we This usually occurs at night in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. (5) The Passenger who becomes annoyed when he is re- fused a third drink, even though the stew has told him thre times it's against .government regulations. Print this please, We'd be ever so grateful. A Fly Gil DEAR G1KL: As one who flies often I can attest to the fact that most stews do a great job in spite of the rudenes and lack of consideration they encounter daily. Almos every stew I have talked with enjoys her job immensely and says the nice people are in tlie majority and that they make up for the jerks. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband sells insurance. He make evening calls. Some of his clients are widows, divorcees and women whose husbands'travel. I never gave this much thought until my neighbor asked me some questions sucl as, "Do you know where your- husband is at all times? I you had to reach him, could you? Has he ever come a night too tired to make I always trusted my husband completely. Now I'm be- ginning to doubt him. I've checked his shirts for makeup am perfume but I can find no evidence. He does go out at leas' two evenings every week, however. What does this sound like to you? On The Alert DEAR ON: It sounds like your neighbor has a mouth that would make the Grand Canyon look like a buttonhole. Her questions are designed to raise doubts in your mind and make trouble. Try turning things around and you may be reassured. For example, has your husband ever come home and found YOU too tired to make love? Well F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 4th Ave. Aond 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S cards for or Each 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games, and free Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed Baby Bows Tlie federal health dep art ment advises that all babie look bowlegged for their firs year or two because of "baby fat" on the outside their legs Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORE 326A 8th Ave. Well, Calgary HEINTZMAN AND ELECTROHOME Present MR. WALTER RENEKER MAESTRO ORGANIST Introducing The Magnificent New ELECTROHOME GP100 ORGAN In A Program Of CHURCH, CLASSICAL and POPULAR ORGAN WEDNESDAY EVENING September, 16th at p.m. YATES CENTRE Phone, or come into Heintzmcm for your complimentary tickets. IN-STORE DEMONSTRATION Thursday Sept. 17th. HEINTZMAN MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ALBERT MCDONNELL Photo by Terry Bland Photography McDonnell McNally Ann Elliot McNally, daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc- iS'ally of Lethbridge exchanged wedding vows with Mr. Wil- liam Albert McDonnell son of Mr. Lawrence McDonnell and .he lale Mrs. McDonnell of Ot- tawa, Ontario. Rev. Father R. F. de Billy officiated al the Jouble ring ceremony which .ook place in Our Lady of As- sumption Church. Mr. Brace Sarrow, organist, accompanied Miss Melam'e Black, soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Jrenda McNaliy, sister of the bride of Lethbridge. Brides- maids were the Misses Susan Broder, Lethbridge and Kris- line Beny. Medicine Hal. Flow- er girl was Miss Shelagh Me- Nally, cousin of the bride of Calgary. Best man was Mr. Gus Adams of Nelson, B.C. Usher- ing the were the Messrs. Corky Agar and Gary Mc- Quaid. both of Nelson and Mr. Michael McNally, brother of the bride, Lethbridge. A reception was held at Ericksen's Family Restaurant with Master Peler McNally, brother of the bride, in charge of the guest book. After a honeymoon in Otta- wa, the couple plan to reside in Calgary. MR. AND MRS. LORNE GERALD FILATOFF by Terry Bland Photograph Filatoff Dorchak. McEneaney Ellen St. Peters Roman Catholic Church in Milk River was the cene of a wedding between loreen Anne EUert, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Raymond El- ert'of. Milk River and Mr. Pat- ick Gerard son t Mrs. Mary McEneaney of "irkeenan, Monaghan, Ireland. Xmble ring vows were offi- by Father Mongeau of algary. Mass war. celebrated y Father McGreevy of kmaghan, Ireland, with Mr. u g e n e Cody, commentator, rst reading by Mr. Dermot oal and second reading given y the groom. Mrs. David (Joan) Oswald, sister of the bride of Valley- view, Alberta was the bride's attendant. Best man was Mr. G. R. (Rick) James of Edmonton. Ushering the guests were the Messrs. Phillip Ellert and Ellert. Mr. David Oswald was mas- ler of ceremonies at the gar- den reception held at the home of the bride's parents. Tribute to the couple was given by Mr. Donald Cody. After a honeymoon at Gla- cier and Waterton Park, the couple are residing in Edberg, Alberta where they both have teaching positions. forthcoming Marriages ENCHANT (HNS) Rev. Father H. F. de Billy officiated at the double ring ceremony retween Sylvia Christine, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jorchak of Enchant, and Mr. xinie Gerald Filatoff, son of Hr. and Mrs. Georgs Filatoff of Carseland. The wedding took place in Our Lady of Assump ion Church with Miss Leslie Anderson organist and Sister )orolhy Moore, soloist. Bou- uets of white gladiolus with nauve and yellow ribbon deco- rated the altar. The bride, given in marriage ly her falter, chose a tradi- ional floor-length chiffon gown, mpire style, featuring a high tand-up collar, puffed sleeves with wide cuffs, accented with ace. A full train edged with iaisies, fell from the waist. Lace trimmed the front of her dress, also the Juliet cap, which held a four tiered elbow length veil. She carried a bouquet of gold roses and white carnations entwined with green ivy. Matron of honor was Mrs. Lynda Usowicz, sister of the bride, Lethbridge. Bridesmaids were Mrs, Marie Larsen. sister of the groom and Miss Lorraine Dorchak, sister of th.e bride. They wore identical floor-length gowns of mauve peau de ele- gance, empire style, with a lace bodice and short puffy sleevfis. Flower girl was Miss Lisa Perini. cousin of the bride. They all carried a single stem- med white gladiola with long wide ribbons of mauve and yel- low. Best man was Mr. George Cote of Carseland. Groomsmen were the Messrs. Aim Markin, cousin of the groom and Brian Bates of Ring bearer was Master Blaine Viro- stek, cousin of 'the bride. All wore matching gold shirts. A reception was held in the General Grant Room of the E Rancho Motor Hotel with Mr Richard Deimath as master o ceremonies. The bride's table was cenlred with a yellow trim med three tiered cake. Toas to the bride was by the bride's uncle, Mr. Frank Thorn son of Calgary. Toast to the bridesmaids was proposed bi Mr. George Cote. Mrs. Donna Piontek and Miss Millie Filatof supplied a musical selection and Mr. Les Spackman gave a short speech. A telegram was read from Mr. Hans Lisowicz Attending the guest book was Mrs. Diane Grover. The bride's mother wore a beige dress, green and beige printed coat with beige acces- sories, accented by a corsage ol yellow roses. The mother of the groom chose a rose colored dress with white accessories, complemented by a white rose corsage. For a honeymoon trip to the B.C. interior, tlie bride wore a yellow dress coal ensemble, white accessories and a corsag? of yellow tinted carnations. Her only jewelry was a sterling silver bracelet, a gift of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Filatoff are now residing in Calgary. 313 7th ST. S. PHONE 328-7663 Mr. and Mrs. AUister W. W i n d 1 a y of Lethbridge are eased to announce the forth- ming marriage of their ughler, Jane Mallard, to Mr eorge Blair, son of Mrs. Wil m Blair of Edmonton. The wedding will take place October 10 at 7 p.m. in iptist Church. f Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Pruirr- 2! arc pleased lo announce c forthcoming marriage o] eir daughter, Jenny, to Mr. in R. Kooiker, son of Mr. d Mrs. J. Kooiker, all of thbridge. The wedding will take place tober 23 at p.m. in the thbridge Christian Reformed Church. Mr. mid Mrs. Joseph Kegly of Coults are pleased to an- Lunch Winner A menu that is a; winner can be packed in UK lunch box as well as served at the table, says the Poultry Products In- stitute. For example pack hot soup in a wide-mouth thermos (it doubles as the soup A large chilled tomato hollow- ed out. drained and stuffed with chilled chopped egg, chicken or turkey salad can be placed on lettuce in a covered plastic container. Some butler- bran muffins wrapped to them fresh, an apple and some date oatmeal cookies round out a meal to suit prac- tically any "lunch nounce the engagement of then- only daughter, Helen Marie, lo Mr. Tony Victor Giacchetta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Giaccbetta of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on October 3 and 4 p.m. in St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church in Coaldale. BEAUTY SCHOOL of ELEGANCE Owned and Operated by ETHEL DOWNEY Complete Beauty Culiure By 3 Expert Teachers "A Modern School With Modern Methods of Teachinq" NIGHT CLASSES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Students Apply Now Name Address.......................... BEAUTY SCHOOL OF ELEGANCE .317 7th Si-eel South Lelhbridge Marriages Announced Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sanderson of Abbotsford B.C. imd Mr. and Mrs. Reg Smeed of Leth- i >ridge, wish to announce lire narriage of their daughter and son, Donna and David, on Au- ;ust 13. t t- Mr. and Mrs. William Hart )f Lethbridge are pleased to nnoiuice the marriage of their aughter. Sharon Elizabeth taj-ose to Mr. Keith Blenlti- ron, of New Westminster, B.C. The wedding look place on September 5 at p.m. in S'ew Westminster, wlicre the -ouple are now residing. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites Applications for the following positions; CATALOGUER DUTIES: To organ izze the cataloguing deportment of o de- veloping college library. This includes the establish- ment of authorities, cataloguing of monographs and serials and documents in the Library of Congress classification, and supervision of technical processes. QUALIFICATIONS: A B.L.S. from on accredited school with two or more years experience in L.C. classi- fication. Knowledge of science and technol- ogy on asset. LIBRARY ASSISTANT DUTIES: To work under the direction of the cataloguer in the preparation of catalogue cords and the processing of oil library materials. QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Senior Matriculation typing ability. Preferably library experience. Salary for the above positions commensurate with qualifications and experience. APPLICATIONS: Interested persons should apply for the stan- dard "Application for Employment" form to: UTHRR10GE COMMUNITY COLLEGE IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MR, AND MRS. BRIAN DALE HOOPER Photo by de Jourdcm Hooper-Miller Marrisge vows were exchang- ed between Grace Ella, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Miller of Medicine Hat, and Mr. Brian Dale Hooper, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. HMper of Lethbridge. Rev. John Cunningham of Edmonton officiated at the double ring ceremony held in tho Hillcrest Evangelical Church, Medic, i n e Hat. Organist was Mr. Robert Lilly of Lethbridge and Mr. Wil- liam Hooper, father of the groom was soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Lois Miller, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were the Misses Sandra Parks and Faith Lonie. Attending his brother as best man was Mr. Wayne Hooper. Groomsmen were the Messrs. Tom Miller, brother of the bride and Norman Quantz, cou- sin of the groom. Mr. Dan Mil- ler, brother of ths bride and Lionel Groves were ush- ers. Mr. Tom Miller was master of ceremonies at a rerspt i o n held in the Eagles Hall. Toast to the bride was proposed by Mr. Waller Engel and a toast PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Upstairs) EVERY THUPS.-8 p.m. to ths bridal couple -was given by Mr. Alfred Schwartz, grand- father of the groom. Presiding at the guest book were Master Kevin Hooper, brother of the groom and Miss Robin Manske, cousin of the bride. Telegrams were received from Denmark, Australia, Burlington, Ontario and Victoria, B.C. After a honeymoon at points in southern Sask., Alberta and B.C. the couple will be residing in Edmonton. THREE STEPS TO HELP STOP POLLUTION 1. USE OUR COMMERCIAL MACHINES 2. USE OUR SOFTENED WATER 3. USE OUR PURE SOAP CONCENTRATE The Soap is FREE Which shouldn't be, But come and see, We're out of our treel THE OlU LAUNDERETTE 1263 3rd Avenue South Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The lethkuige Herald AM wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE 515.00 Extended Wedding- If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20e per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION Will BE A P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The UtftbrUlge Herald ;