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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, S.plimbtr 17, 1970 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I made a big mistake eight years ago. I got married on the opening day deer-hunting season. Every anniversary means a fight. Denny wants to go deer-hunting with the boys and I want him to stay home and celebrate our anniversary with me. This year the boys have a new spot and a great trailer. Denny is dying to go. I think it is rotten of him and have told him so. His last words ware, "O.K., I'll tell Hie guys I can't make it." That was three days ago and he hasn't smiled or spoken 10 words since. I feel miserable. That crumb sure knows how to get to me. What should I do? Hattie DEAR HAT: Let the crumb go, and set another date for the annual celebration. I suggest the day after deer-hunting season. What kind of anniversary would it be sitting around with a sourpuss who wishes he were somewhere else? Of course, your husband is selfish, but forcing him to stay home won't solve THAT problem. He'll be a happy man when he returns from the trip and you'll be glad you let him go. DEAR ANN LANDERS: A big family argument is going on and we want to know who is right and who is wrong. It started over snapshots. Our relatives are all crazy over pictures. We like them, too, but we've never owned a camera and we appreciate it when other members of the family share their pictures with us. Our daughter Rosa was married a few weeks ago and being five months pregnant she asked all relatives to please leave their cameras at home. Well, I have a brother who does as be pleases no matter what. He brought his camera to the church and took dozens of pictures. He continued to take pictures at the reception. Last night he brought the pictures to our house. Rosa was present. Some of the pictures were very good. Others were very bad if you get what I mean. Rosa became upset. She feels that since her uncle brought his camera after everyone had strict orders not to, he should hand over all the prints and negatives and let her decide which ones should1 be used and which should be destroyed. Is she right? Between Two Fires. DEAR B.: I believe the bride's wishes should be re- spected. Is alcoholism a disease? How can the alcoholic be. treated? Is there a cure? Read the booklet "Alcoholism Hope and by Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in coin with your request and a long stamped, self-addressed en- velope. The Door Opens on Elizabeth Arden Beauty Glasses Cross ths threshold into a world of new Elizabeth Arden Beauly Classes. Hers is your once-in- a-ltfetime chance to discover ail of the Elizabeth Arden Salon beauty treatments, make-up techniques and weight-control methods that have been the making of beautiful women the world over. Each Elizabeth Arden Beauty Class Is a compact two-hour session brought to you by MISS RUTH IANGFORD, Elizabeth Arden's Special Representative who will be at The Cosmotique tho week of Sept. 23rd to Sept. 25th inclusive. Make your Reservation today by phone or at the Elizabeth Arden Cosmetic Section for your choice of time and day. The admission is and at the end of the session you will receive your kit and a Beauty Bonus towards your of preparations. Admission to the Beauty Class is by ticket only and places are limited. Bo sura to get yours today of The Cosmotique. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23rd a.m. p.m. THURSDAY, SEPT. 24th p.m. p.m. FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th p.m. p.m. Awards Presented At Wilson Junior High During scholarship day re- cently held at Wilson Junior High School, 24 awards were presented to students. The program also included fea- tured speaker Dr. G. Bevan, Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Lethbridgo Public Schools, remarks by G. R. Castles, principal, the school hand and chorus. Award winners follow: DraffIn's Dispensary Lfd. award for highest mark in Grade 9 oral French, Elaine Vorhoof; Lethbridgo Concrete Products award fo highest mark In Grade 8 oral French, ColJIn Jang; Jean Glover award offered by Dr. F. H. Mcwburn QBE Chapter IODE for highest mark In Grade 8 tmrnu economics, Brenda Von Eg- roond; Georfi? Wilson Award for hlgheit nverago In Credo 9 science, Leo Jan- sens; Miner's Library award for highest average! In science. Grade 7, Helen Van Egtnond and Perry AMrk- ovlch and Gratia 8, Randy Rae; Quota Club award for highest mark In Grade 9 typing, Dixie Styner; MUCH WORK AHEAD-The new year to be filled with student programs and activity as the Wilson Junior High School student's council plunges Into the midst of its business. Members include: left to right, Gregory Bosch, Grade 8 representative; James vice- president; Mamie Anderson, Grade 7 representative; Lora Brawn, secretary; Jane Busowsky, president; Gay Plump, treasurer and Deb Gray, Grade 9 representative. Stuttering Not Disease THE COSMOTIQUE DOWNTOWN at 305 6th St. 5. 328-1212 HALIFAX (CP) Stuttering is speech impediment which sensitive a disease, but a symptom of un- derlying problems. These were conclusions reached recently by eight per- sons who took part in a special six-week clinic at St. Mary's University here in an attempt to relieve their speech problems. Using what one tterapi called a the par ticipants experimented wil various situations in which they found greatest difficulty speaking properly. Practising first among them selves and1 later with persons who do not stutter, the stutter ers attempted to help them selves and each other conquei speech problems. JOSEPH VANDEN DEENGEN and WANDA HOVEY STYlI-RITE BEAUTY SALON Brinda 1514 9th S. are pleased to announce that BRENDA GOODHOPE has recently joined their PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL mflff Wed., I UTT >nd Thun. on all beauty services (20% off if you clip this ad and present it) Valid until lit, 1970. Marianni Brovwtr (Kolltti) and Audrty or. alia We would appreciate and welcome all of our friends' and kind patronage. For Appointments Phone 327-5000 THE WORLD OF FASHION------ AT YOUR FEET Look what just flew in from England! RED CALF TAN CALF 24.95 Many other New and Exciting Styl.s To Choose From. We cordially invite you to drop in and try on a pair B E N E F I T S H 0 E S FLASH! Naw Brevift Boots Also Benefit Shoes Ltd, 613 4th Ave. Phone 317-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TH.I 9 P.M. CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening, Sept. 17th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND AVENUE NORTH 24 lit 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 18 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 22 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-LUCKY DRAW JACKPOT-52 Nos. or Blackout Jackpot ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES Persons under 16 years not allowed Sponsored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church Library award (or highest avcrerjB In mnlhemotlcs, Grado Anderson; Grade 8 Laura 1 rent, Grodo Jonscns; Leister's Music Lid. award tor dctit wllh greatest progress In band, Alan Y m a d a; Miners' Library award for highest average In lan- guage, Grade RuMon, Grade Braun Grade ren Kroplnakr Ellison Milling Co. award for high- est mark In Grade 9 home econo- mics, Jlllln Janpj Halg Clinic Gold Medal award for highest overape In Grade 9, Faith Harms; Wilson Home and School Assn. award for highest average in social studies, Grade Gayle Graham, Grade Van Egmond, Grade Trofy- mow; Campbell Clinic award for highest average In Rrado 9 social studies and language, Harms; Wilson Junior High staff for hlcjhesf averages, Gradf 7 Dinne Kitten- house. Grade B Laura Trent; George Wilson award For moit pro- ficient jtudent In Grado 9 Induitrlol aril, Brian Oliver end Gordon Mirk- ovlch, tied; United Brolhcrhood of Carpcnlen and Joiners of America Local No. 846 award tor molt prodtlenl stu- dent in Grade 8 Indusirlni arts, My- ron Rik; G. R. Castles oward for hlghes! average in Grade 9. mathe- matics and science, Failh Public School Board Fine Arls partmeril aw.ird (or student with qreatest creativity in fine arts, Gary Takflshl; Sicks' Lethbridge Brew- ery Ltd. sward for highest average In Grade 9, Faith Harms and South- ern Stationers award for high e 11 mark In Grade 9 mathematics, Leo 1 Jftnsens. Mom And Dads Perform Saturday The Mom and Dads, a four, member, Spokane-based old- time music group, will appear at the Lethbridge Exhibition pavilion Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The group, consisting of ac- cordionist, pianist, drummer and saxaphonist, has finished its second LP, In the Blue Ca- nadian Rockies, which will be available around the middle of October. The first, entitled The Mom and Dads, featured the popular The Rangers Waltz which as a single sold a phenomenal 000 copies in Alberta. The group consists of three men and one woman, none of whom is a professional musi. :ian. Tickets for the concert are available at Doug's Music and Sports, Musicland, Bert and Mac's Records and Marcel's Club Cigar Store. FLUTE RENTALS .50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. X 13th St. S. Phona 327-1056 1609 Av. or 434 SI. 5. You Always Do Better At y-.'i '.x j NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th STREET N. PHONE 328-4441 BUY NOW AND SAVE GAS DRYERS Gas is clean and efficient Quality merchandise at reduced pricesl RCA Victor 2 cycle gat dryer with permanent preu and cool down core. Timed cycle with tumble press and damp dry. In addition you save an extra When you epply your VOUCHER Reg. SPECIAL.... With Gas Voucher ONLY...... 219 on the purchaM of your natural gat dryer. Offer Nov. 14, 1970. are being diitribut- p L 1 II ed by Canadian Western Natural Gn, Co. to their I )86 DUfl tllG ApDllQllCC IVlQn customers throughout the area. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Qf flf HOYT'S NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th Street N. Phone 328-4441 ;