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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jclurday, Stplembtr 26, 1970 THE LfTHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I read with much interest the loiter from the mother who sat by the phone wondering why her son didn't call. Her seLt-pitying tone, "After all the sacrifices I made for was the tipoff. That sounds like my mother-in-law and I have an answer for your reader. DEAR MA: You son nright call you more often if you didn't start every conversation with', "Well, it's about lime you picked up the phone. I was beginning to think maybe you moved out of the country. But, of course, I am only your mother. Who am I to expect special treatment from Next is a load of complaints: "I haven't slept for Iwo weeks. My rheumatism is killing me. My feet hurt some- thing terrible. The doctor said maybe I should take the bunions off. The neighbors' kids make so much noise I've had a head- ache for three days. My grocery bill was ?31 last week aid I didn't buy anything." Then Uierc are the "small Could you drop by the drugstore and bring me a bottle of rubbing alcohol, some Geritol and a tube of zinc ointment? And stop by the shoe- maker and pick up my shoes. Call the newspaper and tell them the paper boy throws the paper under the porch at least three times a week. And can you go by Aunt Lena's and get my noodle ring pan. She's had it for two months." On and on and on it goes. He never gets off the phone in less than 30 minutes and all she has done is needle him. complain and ask for things. I'll bet if you print this at least 5 million women will say "I hope my mother-in-law reads Ann Landers' column today. Maybe she'll learn something." One of the Five Million DEAR ONE: Here it is and I hope YOUR mother-in- law reads it. Mine doesn't need to. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our 17-year-old son wants to give his Ifr-year-old girl friend a dress for her birthday. He is working as a life-guard and has his own money. We feel such a 'gift is inappropriate. He claims we are old-fashioned. For some reason he thinks you "groove" and know where it's at. He assured us if we wrote to Ann Landers, she'd agree with him and we would have to eat our words. We have our forks ready. How about it? Ma and Pa DEAR CREEPY: Hand the silverware 10 your son. Sorry to disappoint lum but I don't agree that a dress is a proper gift from a 17-year-old boy to his 16-year-old girl friend. EASIER THAN DRIVING Three members of the Ninety-Nines, an international organization of women pilots, delivered new aircraft Friday to Southwest Avia- tion in lethbridge from Wichilq, Kansas. Eleanor Bailey, left, and Jeanine Sprague, centre, both of Calgary flew as the Powder Puff Derby. The race is lo originate frorr Cessna 120s, while Carole Ross righl, of Rcvelsloke, Calgary in 1971, the firsl time ever to start in Canada, brought a Cessna Aerobat. The women are promoting Photos By Bryan Wilso the All Woman Transcontinental Air Race, commonly known THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Your brother is He's ready to eat again even though his lips are tired from reading." DESSERT BRIDGE and WHIST WINNERS ST. PATRICK'S CWL MIDGE: todies' High Mrs. Loii Kiiel Man'i High Mr. Lawrence Irvine Hidden Score Mr. John Aberla WHIST: Lodlei' Hlcjh Mn. Alice Anderson Men's High Mr. Felix Horty Hidden Score Mrs, Margaret Hewlett Granddaughter Weds Diana "Kitten" Sheehan of Seattle, granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Emil fflek of Seattle, was recently married to Gifford of San Francisco. Mr. Sick ami his father, Fritz Sick, founded Sick's Brewery at Lethbridge and expanded it into a large Canadian and Am- erican chain of breweries. Terry Bland'j Photography MR. AND MRS. BARRIE GORDON ROBB Robb Nishiyama CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL TONIGHT, SATURDAY S O'CLOCK A 5100 Blackout Bingo played for till won overy Saturday plui 2 7-Number Jockpon. JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for Sl.OO or 25c each (located Next to No. 1 Firehall) WE NOW HAVI FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS OPEN ALL DAY AND AIL NIGHT The BIG Launderette 1263 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge Jackie Lynn Akeml Nishi yama, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack N. Nishiyama of Ray mond, exchanged double r i n vows with Mr. Barrie Gordon Robb, son of Mr. and Mrs. GOT don A. Robb of Pincber Creek Rev. Leslie Kawamura offici ated at the ceremony held in the Raymond Buddhist Church Mrs. Robert Takaguchi was or ganist. Maid of honor was Miss Gaye Hironaka cousin of the bride and Miss Irene Miyauchi was bridesmaid, both of Calgary USED AND USABLE SALE Sponsored by SOUTHMINSTER UCW SOUTHMINSTER HALL (Hth SlrMt South) Thursday, Oct. 1st 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3rd 9 a.m.-Noon Goad Furniture, Jtwtlltry, Book., Clothing, ttc. Coffw Bar U and U SALE U and U SALE Marriages Announced Reverend and Mrs. Harold A. Frame of Winnipeg announce with pleasure Hie marriage of their daughter, Margaret Lou- ise, to Mr. Randall James Gil- bart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbart of Thunder Bay, On- tario. The wedding took place Sep- tember 11 In St. Andrew's River Heights United Church', Winni- peg with the Reverend Donald Frame officiating. Following an extended trip to Europe they will reside in Winnipeg. Mrs, Jolm Milcr of Burmis, Alberta wishes to announce the marriage of her youngest daughter, Naomi Mary to Mr. Kenneth Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes of Chelten- ham, England. The marriage took place July 10. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Marilyn Robb, sister of the groom Pincher Creek. Best man was Mr. Don Mc- Intyre of Edmonton. Grooms- man was Mr. Rodney Jon Nish- iyama, Raymond, brother of the bride. Ushering the guests were the Messrs. Russell Robb, Pin- cher Creek, brother of the groom and Brian Jay Nishi- yama, brother of the bride. After a recaption held in the Riviera Banquet Room at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel, the couple Honeymooned at points in Southern Alberta. They will be residing In Ed- monton where they are both at- tending tha University of Al- berta. Out of town guests were from Edmonton, Calgary, Medicine Hat, Houston, Ttxas, including the groom's uncle, Mr. Don Eld- er, a CEC executive producer. Nekich McKinnon Rev. Father J. Carroll, OMI, officiated at the double ring ceremony between Sandra Lynn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam A. McKinnon of Winnipeg, and Mr. Guerrino Nekich son of Mr. and Mrs. Santo Nekich of Lethbridtfe. The wedding took place in St. Patrick's Church. The bride, given In marriage by her father, chose a floor- length gown of ivory French satin, with full length coat of ivory chantilly lace, featuring long puffed sleeves and scal- loped edging. A high'pill box crown with shoulder length scallop edged veil, completed the ensemble. She carried a cascade of ivory and coral gam- ellias accented with yellow lace ribbons and green ferns. Maid of honor was Miss Val- erie McKinnon of Winnipeg, sis- ter of the bride. Miss Sonia Nekich was bridesmaid and Miss Tannis McKinnon of Win- nipeg was flower girl. All wore identical gowns of delicately printed coral, pink and white sheer nylon, with empire waist- line and short puffy sleeves. They each carried one single talisman rose accented with long coral ribbons. Best man was Mr. L u c i e n Beaupre of Edmonton. Mr. Wil- lard Soltys of Lethbridge ush- ered and Master Bobby Black of Edmonton was ringbearer. A reception was held in the Scarlet Room of Ericksen's Res- taurant with Mr. Earl Fody of Edmonton as master of cere- monies. The bride's mother wore a pale blue two piece suit with matching acces s o r i e s. The mother of the groom chose a turquoise dress, and both wore corsages of white gamellias. For the honeymoon trip to Victoria and Win n i p e g, the bride chose a three piece white knit suit with matching acces- sories. Mr. and Mrs. Nekich are now residing in Lethbridge. Forthcoming Marriages Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Long of Revelstoke, B.C. form- eily of Lethbridge, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their elder daugh- ter, Patricia Frances, to Mr. Robert Lloyd Greyell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Greyell of Creston, B.C. The wedding will take place on October 3 at 6 p.m. in Revelstokc United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Invin McNeely are pleased to announce the 'orthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brenda Joyce, to Mr. Richard Gesinghaus Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gesinghaus, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will tako place on October 10 at 3 p.m. Chris-Trinity Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. James Wolston- troft wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Barbara Ellen, to Mr. Graham David Scatter- good, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Scattergood, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on October 17 at 4 p.m. in First United Church. Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Roman- chuk are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of iheir daughter, Darlcne Anne, to Mr. Loren Levy, only son of Mrs. Hazel Levy, all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place November 7 in the Buchanan Chapel of Southminster Church. Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Wil- son of Lethbridge are :o announce the engagement o Enjoy one of tha world's mcut creative hobbiesl REGISTER FOR 10-WEEK "INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS" THE MAYCO WAY For details contact Helen Wilson (Wilimaid) at 952 12th Street South or Phone 328-4734 their eldest daughter, Faye Kathleen Mary, to Mr. George William Douglas Paul, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. D. Paul of Three Hills, Alberta. The wedding will take place on November 7 at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McBeath of Turin wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Anita Christine, to Mr. Byron Michael Gostola, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gostola of Broderick, Sask. The wedding will take place on October Ifl at 4 p.m. in the .First United Church. Leth- bridge. Research Centre Opens CALGARY The Vocational and Rehabilitation Research In- stitute will be officially opened Oct. 5 at a.m. by former premier of Alberta, Ernest C. bringing her a. gift when she least- expects it. Manning. Federal, provincial and municipal dignitaries will be present together with a cross- section of leaders from com- munity, business and educa- tion. The Institute, located at 3304 33 Street N'.W. in University Research Park, Calgary is af- filiated with the University of Calgary A research and vocational training centre for develop- mentally handicapped, it is ons of a series of 14 inter-related research and demonstration projects across Canada which were initiated as a Centennial Crusade by the Canadian As- sociation for the Mentally Re- tarded. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM JACKPOT (Upstairs} EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. PERM SPECIALS! WED. and THURS., SEPT. 30th, 31st! Reg. 12.50. n.25 Rug. 15.00. Q Special O Special SHAMPOO and SET with HAIRCUT R.gulor ..4.75 Spicial 3.50 THERESA'S BEAUTY SALON 740 4 S. Profeistcmal Bldq. NEXT TO POST OFFICI PHONE 311-4414 426 13th STREET NORTH Learn To Seiv ivilh Creative Stretch Fabrics- Bishop Knit Method. PHONE 328-4534 BEAUTY SCHOOL of ELEGANCE Owned and Optra led by ETHEL DOWNEY Complete Beauty Culture By 3 Expert Teachers "A Modern School With Modern Methods of Teaching" NIGHT CLASSES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Sludints Apply Now Address "BEAUTY SCHOOL OF ELEGANCE 317 7th Street South Uthbridga MRS. M. E. MILLER is back to teach at BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE REGISTER NOWI 5 TWO-HOUR SESSIONS, ONE DAY A WEEK ONLY CLASSES BEGIN OCT. 3rd AT BAKER'S FABRICS, LETHBRIDGE ML INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN ON THE FABULOUS BERNINA SEWING MACHINES r CLIP THIS FORM AND COMPLETE MAIL OR DROP OFF AT BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE, LETHBRIDGE n NAME TELEPHONE ADDRESS CITY L ALL FEES PAYABLE ON OR BEFORE FIRST CLASS ;