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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 27, 1973 THE LETHBRlDQE HERALD -13 Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: What do you think of a sister who has nine ladies' ready-to-wear stores and never sends her nieces anything, ever? We don't need anything, thank God, but it would be nice if our teen-age daughters received a dress or a skirt now and then, something so the girls would know their aunt thinks about them once in a while. For our silver wedding an- niversary my sister phoned her "best wishes." (No Last Christmas she sent four cans of fancy olives. I try not to be bitter or resentful, but when I think of Dear Ann Landers: This letter is sparked by "Anonymous Lady" who said she got "absolutely nothing" out of sex with her beloved husband. She was told by her doctor, "There are no frigid women, only incompetent men." And so she had an af- fair with her doctor. (Too bad she didn't let us in on how THAT worked I am in my late 70s and have had a life you wouldn't believe. Sex with my late beloved husband meant ab- solutely nothing to me, either. I consulted a woman doctor because in those days you never talked to a man about such things. She said my hus- band must be at fault. I decid- ed I had been short-changed and went to bed with a her sins of omission, it hurts. I'd like to see your answer in print. Oak Park Heartache Dear Oak: Here's my answer, but when you see it in print I don't think you'll like it. Your notion that a gift is proof of caring is a crock of cranberries. The best gift of all is the gift of con- sideration and thoughtfulness something that represents personal sacrifice, like time from a busy person, or a hand- made present that required imagination and effort. Your attitude needs overhauling, Lady. gentleman I'd been flirting with for several years. It was no better with him. I had several affairs after that and not one of them approximated the ecstasy I had read about in books. I've concluded that sex is greatly overrated. The an- ticipation is unquestionably more exciting than the realization. So please, Ann, tell the men out there who aren't satisfying their wives not to worry. There is probably nothing wrong with them. Other men's wives may be better actresses. Mrs. Zero Dear Zero: Your theory doesn't hold up, dearie too much evidence to the contrary. The spectacular, earth-shaking, history- changing, mind-bending events that have resulted from the chemistry between man and woman suggest something beyond "faking it." Too bad you've never hit the psychedelic jackpot, but others have. Spry 90-year-old Mrs. E. P. (Clara) Kane, a resident of the Green Acres Lodge in Lethbridge, used to to walk four miles each morning and afternoon to teach at Huntsville school before getting a pony in 1910. She was recently honored with a 90th birthday party by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and -Mrs. J. E. Jorgensen. Among the special guests in attentance were Mrs. Kane's foster son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chang Myung Chun of Flushing, New York, former- ly of Seoul, South Korea. Pioneer teacher walked to school Dear Ann Landers: I've tried to find an answer to my problem in books, but it's not there. I'm a happily married woman with a fine job. I do not feel self-conscious and I'm not a prude, but I'm an inveterate blusher. People often notice my blushing and ask, "Why are you em- barrassed? You're Then I become really uncom- fortable and turn five shades redder. Is there anything I can do to control this? It's humiliating and I'd give anything to over- come it. Thanks, Ann. Too Old For Such Nonsense In Lubbock Dear Lubb: Blushing is an involuntary act. I know of no way to control it, so my advice is enjoy it. So few girls CAN blush these days that it's downright refreshing to see one who can. By MARIE SORGARD Herald News Service IRON SPRINGS Mrs. E. P. (Clara) Kane, who recently became a member of that select group of people known as nonogenarians, has many memories as she looks back over the past 90 years, 65 of which have been spent in southern Alberta. Her parents moved from Wisconsin to a tiny communi- ty in north central Minnesota. As a young girl she began her teaching career in North Dakota. She also kept house for her two brothers who were homesteading. She arrived in Lethbridge Dec. 1, 1906, but was unable to file on a homestead until March of 1907. She then returned to Minnesota to teach the next term, coming back here in 1908 where she again taught. Teaching conditions were a far cry from those of today. Her only means of transporta- tion was a bicycle and the nearest post office and store were four miles away. The of 1973 LOR TV'S Including: Portables 22" Table and Remote Models 25" and 26" Cabinet Models As we have only I of most of these models left in stock, we have slashed the prices, to clear our Warehouse. We are offering from OFF on these models now! Don't miss this great opportun- ity to purchase a color Television at the lowest prices ever. Sale starts today at next year she walked four miles morning and night to teach at the Huntsville School. By 1910 things began to im- prove and she had a pony to ride. In 1912 she married Erwin P. Kane and they farmed in the area until 1946 when they retired and moved to Lethbridge. There were prosperous years and years of hardship, such as the year 1919-1920 when feed was scarce and peo- ple were paying up to a ton for hay. She served on the school board, was very active in church work and was a charter member of the Battersea Women's Institute. At Southminster United Church one day in 1952 she chose Chang Myung Chun from a picture of a group of boys who needed help if they were to attend university. She assisted him with four years of university training and two years of post graduate work in Seoul, South Korea. He came to the U.S. two years ago and he and his wife and family live in Flushing. New York. Mrs. Kane remembers that first year of homesteading when the homesteaders built their homes near the centre of their quarter sections of land so they would have neighbors within a reasonable distance. She used to watch the late Bert Graham work and listen- ed to him whistle as he came home at night. At the time she wondered how anybody could summon the courage to whistle. However, she made up her mind to stay and soon grew to love the Canadian country. At one time she had a class of 51 pupils ranging in age from five to 25 years. Mrs. Kane has lived at the Green Acres Lodge at Lethbridge for the past four years and is still very active. She enjoys doing various types of hand work, reading, and es- pecially enjoys listening to the church service on Sunday mornings and evenings. Calendar A public lecture' Where We Look for Guidance? will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. Sun- day in the Allan Watson School auditorium. Lecturer is John Richard C. Kenyon, CSB.' of London, England, a Christian Science practitioner and teacher. The Lethbridge Progressive Conservative Women's Organization will hold the first meeting of the fall season at 8 p.m. Monday, at the home of Mrs. Xeith De Armond, 314 12 St. S. Mrs. H. H. Walters will give a resume of the association and those needing a ride are asked to call 328- 3673. The Anne Campbell Singers will hold an extra practice from 5 to p.m. Friday at Southminster United Church, in preparation for the junior choir program Oct. 20 and 21. Mrs. J. K. McGregor, 926 8 St. S., will be hostess to the Margaret Hartley Past Presidents Club at 2 p.m. Friday. The Midnight Squares will hold a regular dance at Friday in the Fort Macleod elementary school. Round dance practice will be at 8 o'clock. Women are asked to take a box lunch and cups. Anyone interested in square dancing is welcome. In and out of town Former Lethbridge residents, Mr. and Mrs. Or- mie Mead of Calgary will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Saturday. A family reception will be held Sunday at the Flying 'N' in Claresholm. The Lethbridge Social Credit Women's Auxiliary will hold the annual fall tea from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the YMCA, with Mrs. J. V. Anderson and Mrs. R. D. Gruenwald convening. Mrs. F. Bouchard and Mrs. L. Bullock will be coffee and tea replenishes. Kitchen convenor is Mrs. G. H. Oliver. The bake table will be attended by Mrs. J. Brown, Mrs. A. Dogterom and Mrs. L. Mallett. Mrs. D. Paterson will be in charge of hasty notes and spoons; Mrs. L. C. Halmrast, ticket sales and raffle; and Mrs. H. Haworth, white elephant table. Golden Mile Monday: Keep tit, 10 a.m. Please note change of time. World travel at 2 p.m., with slides and talk on Holland by Miss B. McCulley. Tuesday: Singing, 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: Bingo at p.m. sharp. Cash prizes. Thursday: Bridge tournament at p.m. Cash prizes. Friday: Resin craft at 2 p.m., with Mrs. C. Heidebrecht as instructor. Noteworthy: Members of the centre recently entertained at a tea for a group of senior citizens from Drumheller. A bake sale only, will be held at the centre at 2 p.m. Oct. 24. Tea and coffee will be available. A box social and dance, with music by the Bridge Town Trio, will be held Oct. 30 in Southminster hall. RADIO-TV LTD. 708 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-3232 THE DUTIFUL HOE THE SHOE CIIARC.KX STERLING SHOES 320 A-6th St. S. ASSISTANT MANAGER CLEAN-UP SALE MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY ONLY LIMITED QUANTITIES DOOR OPENING SPECIAL 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. Ladies Panty Hose -one size -limit of 6 per customer while quantities last -300 pair only pair 15 Ladies Misses Outer Wear -assorted styles and sizes..... mm price Girls Denim Jeans -2 pocket -Blue denim -Size 8-24. Reg. 3.301 Men's 2 PC. Suits -double knits an wools flannel. -size 38-46..... 49 Mens Pants 2 price Free to First 150 Customers 1 Sample Bottle of Balsam plus Herbal Shampoo Girls' Flannel Pyjamas -size 4 to 14 Discontinued -for most windows -lined or unlined 20% OOff Cigarettes Reg. and King Size. Limit of 2 cartons per customer 4 Flushabyes toddler med. 2 .22 Mason Jars -Quart and pint size-For home preserving 2 Windshield Washer Anti-Freeze -160fl02. 1 .22 Kitchen Utensils -7 piece set -floral and woodgrain Reg. 5.66 4 .44 3 Ply Phentex -2 ball pkg. -green, white, brown black, blue 53 Pd. Dinnerware -Belle Rose Pattern -Service for 8 Reg. 29.96 19 .96 Zelco One-Day Antiquing Kit -all latex -enough to antique 60 sq. ft. Reg. 3.96........ 2 .44 7 Piece Aluminum Cookware Set -1 and 2 qt. covered saucepan -B qt. dutch oven -10" skillet Reg. 45.88 39 Zellers Country Fair Located in Zellert Shopping Centra on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;