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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September U, 1971 For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Edilor JJOUGKT a card for a friend lately? Birthday card, anniversary card, perhaps a get- well card? There are a lot of cards from which to choose. Humorous cards, sincere cards, beautiful cards, sick cards, cards with flowers, birds, cartoon characters and people. Aye, there's the rub, people. For while it might seem that there is a card for almost every person and every occasion, there isn't, unless I shop at all the wrong stores. In southern Alberta Ihere are approximately Japanese citizens, roughly residents of the three Indian reserves, Chinese card-givers and receivers, plus a small but increasing number of Negroes. Find a card with a non-Caucasian face on it. If you do, let me know. I couk'a't. You might not necessarily try to match the per- son on the card, especially the cartoon variety, with (he friend or relative to whom you are sending the card, but at least you know if you wanted to find a blonde you could. There are also brunettes and red- heads. What's aggravating is that there aren't any cards designed especially for non-Caucasians. Maybe it doesn't matter. Maybe the thought counts enough and there are cards with animals, which come in a 11 colors and no one seems to mind, or flowers which blend nicely in any bouquet. Maybe it doesn't matter if Alberta theatres show tourist films of golf courses in Georgia, and the only two blacks you will see are either a caddy or a doorman of the posh golf club. And you might never think another thing about it, if you didn't know that blacks are not allowed lo play golf on those courses. Or that the song Okie from Muskogie is deplored more by Americans living in Canada, than most Ca- nadians because it is more than a song, it's a way of life. But why? Why are all cards made for Caucasians? We weren't even here first. The Japanese were quite happy on the west coast, and the natives would likely have been a lot happier if we hadn't bothered to find the coast at all. It's hardly fair to say that stock shouldn't be brought in for every ethnic group. No one is going to demonstrate or hold a sit-in because the cards aren't available. But if the card companies make them, let's see them. A Calendar Of Local happenings Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nolan of Coaldale, arc pleased lo an- nounce the engagement of (heir young e s t daughter, Marion Jean, to Mr. Robert Andrew Neish. only son ol Mrs. Edna Lewanzfcft of Calgary Members of the Ladies Aux- iliary lo St. Michael's Hospital ars reminded of the meeting in tl'.c nurses' residence next Monday. A pot luck supper will held at p.m., fol- lowed b> a short business meeting. Special guests will Mrs. Cora McDonald, provin- cial president and Mrs. Robin- members Ihis ini- son. secretary. All are urged In attend portant mceling. The regular meeting of llie The YMCA program Secrets Lelhbridge auxiliary lo Shrine i ol [lie Fashion fforld will corn- Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held Tuesday at p.m. in the home, of Mrs. James Norrie, 529 20 St. S. Shrine wives welcome. All The wedding will take place j Champion, in Calgary on October B. I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morrow of Brooks, announce Hie engage- ment of their daughter. Evelyn Margaret, lo Mr. Kenneth Osajim Okamura, of Edmon- ton, son of Mr and Mrs. Masara Okamura of Leth- Lee to Mr. Larry L. Lycltman, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Lyckmun ail of Car- mangny. Tlie wedding will take place Saturday October Champion United 1G at the C li u r Thursday, Sept. 23. H i E h 1 i g li t s of the 10-week course are TV and stage I bridge modelling, proper use of street 1 The 'wedding is lo lake place October S at Soulhminslci United Church, Lelhbridge. and stage make-up, hair style analysis, posture improvement, A wedding dance will be held diet and exercise, personality All Ihc members of Ihe Anne I Campbell Singers are request- i ed to meet al Southminstcr' hall on Sunday at a.m., prior lo singing al Ihe Soulh- i minster morning service. This i concert is lo honor Miss Lilian i Kdwnrds of Rhostyllen. Wrex- I ham, North Wales. The Loyal Order of Moose will show films on Mooscheart and Moosehavcn on Saturday p.m. in the Moose Hall. A social and dance will follow at 19 p.m., wilh music by Wal- mough's Orchestra. For mem- bers and invilcd guesls. Women ol the Old Timers Pcmuiican Club will hold a whist card parly in the club rooms at 0 St. and 5 Ave. S. en Tuesday al p.m. A lea and bake sale will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. by Ihe women of the Old Timers Pcmmican Club. The event will be held in Ihc club rooms at 9 St. and 5 AVE S Southminsler Circle Square Dance Club will sponsor a get- acquainted dance for couples interested in learning to square dance al R p.m. on Monday, in Ihe Soiithminster hall. Lunch will be served, and couples are invited fo come out for an eve- ning of fun. in the 4-H Building, Exhibition j and fashion accessories. Reg- Grounds, on Oct. 9 at n p.m...... This event is in honor of Miss Claudia Noble and Mr Earl Dunn, whose marriage will take pla.ce in Calgary, Ocl. 1. Open House will be held Oct. 16 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nolan. Conklale in honor of their daughter, Marion Jean, and Mr. Robert Andrew Neish, whose marriage is an event of Ocl. fi. Lethbridge Lodge M nil! hold an emergent meeting Thursday at G p.m. In confer EA degree on candidate. Wine and cheese party to folloiv. The First fall meeting of fm- manuel LWML will be held on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the church basen'.ent. Evenune welcome. islration preferred before S'cpt 123. Elsie Rasfhussen, instruc- lor. Past Matrons of Laurel Cliapter No. OES will meet at the Pemmican Club roorr.s i on SI. S. at fl p.m. Monday. Hostess for Ihe evening will be -Mrs. J. A. Norrie. All past malrcns are invited to attend. This coming week only, the Whirl A Ways have c a ncelled their dance. Instead, they will attend Eouthminster C i r cle Square Dance Club's get- acquainled right hi S'outhmm- 1 ster hall at S p.m. Monday. Lunch will be served. LA to ANAP will hold its first meeting ot the fall season on Monday at 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Bodie are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriase of their younger daughter, Debra Family shopping is done by dog SAULT STE. MARIE. Out. John Lewis, a clerk at Pal's (CP) Ares is an eight-year- confeclionary, said it gave him old dog. mostly German shep- a tul'n the first time he saw herd, who has been doing his Alcs in tlw. storc- Unaware of riage of their eldest daughter, Clrudia, lo Mr. Earl Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dunn of Turin. Tlie wedding will lake place in Calgary, Oct 1. Mrs. Lavone Dahl, of Ray- i inond is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughler, ICrisline to Mr. Kim Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson of Spring Couler- The vcdding will lake place on October 9 al 4 p.m. in First Ward Chapel, Raymond. Mr Floyd Haughton of Lclh- hridge wishes to announce the engagement of his young e s t daughter, Shirley Ann to Mr. Can- Wallace Cooper, son of Mrs. L. B. Tanner of Magrath. The uedding will be held Thursday. September 30, In the Alberta Temple, Cardston. The couple will be taking up resi- dence in Toronto, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Tofzlaff of Warner are very pleased lo announce the forth- coming marriage of their eldesl daughter. Faye Marie lo Mr. Gary Lee IJecUman, son of Mr. and'Mrs Donald L. Beck- man of East Walton, Nova Scolia The wedding will take place i j on October 2H al p.m. in tlie W a r n e r Memorial Evan- i gelical Church. Mr. and Mrs. T C Noble of Iron Springs are pleased lo an-: nounce Ihe forthcoming mar- i MIX AM) MATCH Skinny ribbed sweaters can lie mixed and matched witli so many outfits. Keep Ibe look co- ordinalcd with luiit pants ,o match or switch Ihe top wilh jcai'-j or basic wool pants and skirls family's grocery shopping for the change in inanagemenl, the two years. His owner. weeks to master the job. "You can do il with almost Napkins Matches Gift, Cake Tops Invitation Reply Cards cca6ion, College Shopping Mall The regular meeting of the Major Burnett Past Noble Grands' Club will be held in the Oddfellows Hall at p.m. Tuesday. A good atlend- ancc is requested. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6lh Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for 1.00 or 25C Each Twelve 7 Number Gamei JACKPOT Free Gamei one) Card DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 nor allowed dog arrived wearing his mottled (atigeriiie coat Pod carrying n Wolfgang Guier. milk jug with change in it. He said it took Ibe dog jiboul Iwo i look up his usual station, wait- ing to be Mr. Lewis said: "1 didn't be-f any dog. provided you know j lieve it, and sent him home, i him and ihere is communication Shortly afterward he came back between (he two of you. with lus owner and the fellow said the dog wanted a jug of milk, i'o I opened some quart bottles, loot Ihe change inside TO HETIRE The Green Acres Foundation received Ihe resignation of Mrs. Helen Grunewald, matron of the Green Acres Lodge at its meeting this week due lo re- tirement lo be effective Oct. 31. Mrs. Gnmewald has served as matron since May, 1959 and formerly held f.iie position of matron at tire Golden Acres Lodge from April 1969. A spe- cial program will be held lo honor Mrs. Gnmewald at the lodge on Oct. 11. PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES 1ETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS-8 p.m. GIFTS FOR FRIENDS IN BRITAIN I I The GIFTS INTERNATIONAL Catalogue snows !ome 600 presents and your choice of Gifls or ol Wines, Spirits, Choco- lates, Bisquits, Hampers or Floral Bouquels may be senf ihrough BERNARDS on any day o[ the year to friends in Britain at if you were living next door. Gifts sent this way save Packino, Posing, Breakages, Customs Duties, Delivery Delays and'lT'S AS NEAR AS THE NEAREST MAIt BOX. A 40-page Catalogue and Supplement on Hampers, with details of service, will be supplied free on request C. H. BERNARD S SONS IIMITED, Department L. H. Anglia House, Harwich, Etiex CO12 3NT, Eng. OUll "We send him out on the av- erage of every second day and the people at the slore don't mind. When the slorc changed hands this year I asked if Arcs could carry on. They said it was fine, provided he didn't bite. Well, he hasn't bilfen anyone I yet." 1 Mr. Guier said the idea is nol i a new one in his family. "When I was a little boy in Germany I was told about my J st of I grandfather who shared a sirai-' Lhmgs- take fl" lhe lar setup wilh his German shep- order, and send him on his i herd." j wav." I the jug and filled it. We've con- tinued ever since, i "He trols right up, or if it's i winlcr and the door is closed, he jumps up and puts his paw on lhe door so I'll open it. He sits in ana of- towt A pro nuptial shower was held recently in honor of Mrs, Joaime Hegi, the former Jo- anne Hofman. Co-workers from Hie public school board office lhe same spot until 11 gaUlered at the home of Mrs. come to him, and he's got a j Peggy Albislon to present the bride-elect with miscellaneous THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ..Lg-a a'flipM Phona 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avcnitn Your Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a brids vjsils our Gift Regisiry, il'j rhe beginning of many happy experiences. Ai ihe selecls the patlerns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will servo for years lo come. Family and Friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding and later at anniver- sary and holiday limes. Our Bride List HEIE WOIOSIUK LIltlAN SAKAMOTO SANDRA KiRKHAM SUSAN MEREDITH SHERYL BRYANT PATSY LEE BURKE VALERIE VOTH NOLA SMITH TERRl' SIOBODA DARIENE MILNER CLAUDIA NOBLE JOAN JAMES SUSAN BRODER LOIS URBAN "Would the hostess please stop making excuses for her cookies and tell me whaf she did with all my Relatives and friends visiting in the cily to attend the 60th Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krnusc are and Mrs. Joe fErna) Spankey, Mrs. Alma L u k a s f f y. Vancouver, j P.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Tambor, Los Angeles, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Elsie) Isbis- ter. Edmonton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kishka of Calgary, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron (Mar- garet) Bellamy, Toronlo. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUAUY Hi HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 Soufh Parkside Drive For Further Information Phone 327-081T p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. SAT. HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE 412 1st AVE. S. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAU A Blackout Bingo played for till every juturday plus 2 "-Number Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND S Cards for or 25c each (located Next No. 1 Fireball) I would like lo thonk my many patrons for the'r faifhful patronage during my recenl flfncss Wo now have 2 operators to serve you belter DOREEN McCALL ELIZABETH ANN BEAUTY SHOP f 1102 9lh Avenue S Phono 327-0640 Nothing makes a home so personally yours as Children's purlraitsl BRENT Son of MR. nnrf MRS. 1. W, HASIEM WATERTON LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 327.1651 ;