6 - THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1968 - THE QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER How To Get Along With Your n S o m of the negative feelings and attitudes we a v e toward iii-laws are the inherited fears of our parents! h e y had to deal Tvith aging, i o o s - e n d people rattling around in a lonely house —people >vho were generally out of tune with the times. But the song has changed say the people at Shulton a n they advise that it's high time to r e c ognise the fact that many i n laws are swingers—-and can be as much run as friends I your in-laws are typical, they are 3 to 7 years younger than your parents' in-laws and because f advances in medicine and a generally improved standard of living-„m ay seem even y u n g j So don't treat them luce old fogeys! e n T e d if they really can't afford them. They may also love to lavish jiospitality—but, " C o m e and, stay with u s , " while sincerely' meant, can be a strain on everybody—especially if you have young children. Staying at a hotel or motel nearby gives everybody an opportunity for p r i v a c y and a chance to live at their own pace. If this is really impractical, stay at their house, but leave before the welcome wears. 3. DON'T L E T THEIR A N NIVERSARY W A L T Z BYI Do you know when your parents' and your in-laws' wedding anniversaries are? Their birthday's? Your m o t h e r - i n law's special y e a r l y project such as a church bazaar? Of relative importance is the Keeping a reminder book and estun te of m e medical auth- sending flowers and cards — orities that an adult now reaches or even planning a surprise 50 before he has to deal with party—does wonders for fam iiy , the problems of aging he used relationships. to face at 4o. Another comfortDon't let a l l of the effort ing thought is added by D r . of keeping in touch fall upon Alex Comfort, an expert on ag- them--let them know you share ing* Who says that, biological the happiness of their special matters aside, a person's age days. i s usually determined by others And when they do a special according to the social role he favor for you—be sure and playsj send a thank you card. You n help your old-timers to feel younger—and be younger HIRE HANDSl —by following these fine up-toIt's easy for in-laws to fall date suggestions f o a smoother into the role of unpaid serrelationship: vants and baby-sitters—who else is available for a l l those 1. GET INTO E A C H emergencies and hospital conOTHER'S HAIRj finements? Because they're so willing doesn't a l w a y s mean While mothers and daughters-in-iaw of bygone days may they're able I have gotten acquainted by cookIf you do depend on them ing dinner sewmg together to help you out, at least give (many times b e c a u s e they them as much notice in adshared the same house), to- vance as you possibly can — day's get-together may be at and reciprocate by doing your the theatre r over a mutual mother-in-law's grocery shop hair coloring session. ping, for instance, for the time If you use this time to ex- they spend for you. change confidence, pick ah easy shampoo-in type of home hair 5. T A K E HIM OUT TO THE color such at That's M y color B A L L GAME which will make both of you Don't let your father-in-law feel a o d deal younger. become the forgotten man. E n By sharing your beauty treatcourage his advice not only on ment with her, and offering her financial matters but child r a i s suggestions, like coloring her ing ones. Talk to him about hair when you do yours, you the topics he's most interested may do a i t to make your in, aside from the family. Let mother-in-law feel t h a t her your husband take him hunting son's marriage hasn't automa- or fishing alone. Or have a tically aged her-~and it "can't double-header--let the men go hurt" to give your mom the to a baseball game while you same treatment too] take your mother-in-law to a fashion show or a movie. 2. SAY " N O N O " E V E N Over-familiarity can lead to WHEN T H E R E ' S " Y E S contempt but genuine interest Y E S " IN THEIR EYESJ and concern leads to content. . Don't accept favors which The family way can be the best may prove an impositon. E x - way to realizing a full happy pensive gifts should be refused life! 0 0 Forum Speakers A left) Ruth bell panel composed of (from M r s . G. Lazzarin, M r s . Patchett, M r s . Enid Campand M r s . Dorothy Griffin Choose Mother's Birthday To W e d Heather Jean F abian and Donald Henry Wells were united in marriage in an afternoon ceremony performed on F r i d a y , March 22, by J . Hornell, Deputy Government Agent. g o r 0 Mr. Rick Wiison of Quesnel ^ a £ best man, fUe b r i d ' s mother chose a U t wool t\v piece blue suit Vim tynite accessories and carnation c o r ^ S e . T P gro<? s mother o r e a tyue V e l v e t h s t r e t length d*> £ acceded by white ^ n^jon corsage and accessories. e g n 0 e m> w ee e s e c a r The bride wore a white satin street length dress with blue and silver brocade bodice and matching satin jacket, made by herself. A small cluster of white camelias surrounded by n e t comprised her head dress. A white and blue carnation corsage complimented her dress. A pearl drop necklace w i t h matching earrings, present of the groom and a family heirloom ruby and pearl engagement ring of her great-greatgrandmother completed her attire. A#er the Ceremony the b r i ^^1 Party Was taken f r dinner at the BuJy B a r k e r inn. F o l lowing dinrJ y a small reception o r relatives and friends o$ the bri^e, v/as held at the hQrr) of t U bride's parents. T ^ youo£ couple w i l l make th. ir home in Quesnel where the g^oom i employed by p e l F o 0 S t Products and the bride i s ttendin£ Que snel secondary <ih0°i. M i s s L o r r a i n e DeBruin, friend of the bride, who was maid of honour, wore a street length, white crochetdressfea- out of to\vn guests er the parents and family o$ the groom, M r . and M r s . G ^ r g e H . Wens, Pat and John or s^mon A »n. 0 et f e e e e s e r 3 s ' social w e 0 r s o Regular or Drip Grind. Vacuum Packed. r s> The bride i s the daughter of M r . and M r s . Bela Fabian of Quesnel and the groom i s eldest son of M r . and M r s . George H . Wells of Salmon A r m , formerly of Quesnel. Fancy Quality Garden Fresh flavor. 14 fl. oz. tin c a turing short sieeve complimented by" ^ whit© and blue Carnation corsage a n tiny i d c 5 S necK^ce, Present of the d 0 r 0 Unsweetened or Sweetened Fancy Quality 48 fl. oz. tin g o 0 Allgood. Delicious in casseroles and sandwiches 7% oz. tin Frozen. Tastes like fresh squeezed oranges. Concentrated. 6 oz. tin M R . AND MRS. DONALD H . W E L L S Captain's C o n f e s s i o n ? — A s k The Catholics go to Confession to a priest for one reason only: to obtain divine forgiveness for their sins. But why, you ask, go to a priest? Why not confess our sins directly to God? to be lived — from the cradle to the g r a v e . Christ's seven Sacraments are the answer to [ man's seven basic needs. nterest Just heat in the oven and it's ready to eat. 20 oz. pkg. Man is born, but he needs to be reborn a Christian in the Sacrament of Baptism. He is nourished, but he needs Christian nourishment in Holy Communion, the Sacrament of the Eucharist. He grows, but he needs to grow and be strengthened in Christian life by the Sacrament of Confirmation. He is cured of disease, but he needs a remedy for sin, so destructive of Christian life, and this he finds in the Sacrament of Penance. Ask the man who goes to Confession and here's what he will tell you: Sin is an offense against God. It must be forgiven by, God. It is God, not man, who determines how forgiveness must be obtained Christ plainly pointed this out when He empowered His Apos ties and their successors to for ijive sins or to refuse forgiveness '"Whose sins you shall forgive" Christ said, "they are forgiven them: whose sins you Man lives in society which shall retain, they are retained." needs officials to promote the '.John 20: 21-23). Thus Christ common good — and for his life authorized the Apostles, and in the Church, he finds officials their successors, to pardon or provided by the Sacrament of Orto deny pardon as they judged ders. He perpetuates the human the sinner worthy or unworthy, race in marriage, • which Christ to do this they had to know made the Sacrament of Matriwhat they were forgiving . . . mony. And at death, he needs I he secret dispositions of the consolation and strength for the sinner . . . his sorrow and last dread hour which he finds willingness to repair the wrong in the Last Anointing — the done to his neighbor by his Sacrament of Extreme Unction. sins. Who could make this known but the sinner himself—and Would you like to know more what is this but Confession? about each of the seven SacraBut Confession — the Sacra- ments? How they can help you to ment of Penance — is only one of the seven Sacraments Christ meet the seven basic needs of left in His Church. Yes, seven— your life? Then write today for no more and no less! Christ's a free pamphlet which gives imreligion is not merely a mes- portant information concerning sage to be accepted, but a life them. Ask for Pamphlet No. 5-N. 8 U PR E M I C O U N C I L [email protected] OP COLUMBUS l i f e e r a presented a program, " T h e Challenge of Change", at a meeting of the, Quesnel B u s i n ess and Professional Women's Club at the B i l l y Barker Inn last week. F o r story see Church Page. » f§ Candy Choose your family's favorites. Assorted. A PANEL O F LOCAL D O C T O R S W I L L BE I N A T T E N D A N C E T O ANSWER QUESTIONS Sponsored by your local, Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society, and the Canadian Sirloin Steaks or Boneless Top Round. Govt. Inspected. Canada Choice, Good No. 1 Quality. Fresh, firm golden ruit r We reserve the right to limit quantities. lows Information Bureass 582 S H E R B O U R N E ST. TORONTO 5. ONT., CANADA i S A F E W A Y ; C A N A D A SSSWwe SAFEWAY LIMITED THE Q U E S N E L CARIBOO OBSERVER - THURSDAY, M A R C H 28, 1968 - MUSIC RECITAL M r s . S. Thiessen's piano pupils presented a music recital at Cariboo High School Friday. A number of the grade one to six students will p a r t i c i pate in Royal Conservatory examinations in Quesnel early in June. Taking part in last week's evening of music were Valerie Sanderson, Brenda Beaulieu, Maxine Thiessen, Kathy Bouma, L a u r i McBean, Stuart; Macalister, Daryle Sanderson, Danny Beaulieu, Dennis Neufeld, Donnie Montgomery, Bobby Boyd, Craig Beaulieu, L e s l i e Neufeld, E l d on Sanderson, Cindy Jones, P a t r i c i a Boyd, Laurie Montgomery, L u c i l l e Thiessen, Deanna Turner, Linda Schmunk, Laver Stohl, Andrea Bealieu, and Susan Gook. Q u e s n e l the following newNew cottons created for the comers: diversity of 1968 fashions show M r . and M r s . Trevor Stocks exciting new faces which are and family from Kitimat. easy on the eyes and the pockM r . and M r s . Ron Stuart from sented varied subjects including etbooK. Abbotsford. Karate and. project planning. A Cotton knits that simulate final service Sunday and farethe look of hand crocheted patweU p r o g r a m concluded the terns, boucle knits and printed conference. J knits are perfect for the young, T h e CGIT representatives easy silhouettes and so pracTuxedos who made the Okanagan visit tical for moderns on the move. wish to thank their Quesnel White Dinner Jackets There are crisp, textured Superintendent M r s . T r u d i Day-time Formals cottons for brisk daytime coats, Bradley who made the trip possuits and dresses with sharp, Evening Formals sible for them. clear cut checks, or plaids that • Charcoal Suits accentuate their clean fresh and. all accessories look. Agent for Sturdy denims show exciting new faces this year with their E.A. UE i ? D . v i v i d colours sharpened by APRIL 2 — The Women's B.C.'s largest formal- weaar Auxiliary to the G . R . white stitching i n chic little rentals. Over 2500 garments outfits with real dash. Fashion Baker Memorial Hospital w i l l to choose from. 3 days notice denims Perhaps best illustrate hold their regular monthly required. cotton's terrific talent for c o l meeting i n the Boardroom our and look especially great at 8 p.m. 992-2623 A P R I L 3 - St. Ann's C . W . L . with the new fashion for chalk w i l l hold their annual meet- white accents. Cottons in many other varieting and election of executive at the parish hall at 8 p.m. ies shape the look of spirited There will be a mass preceding young fashions for every occasion. the meeting at 7:30 p.m. Dates T o Remember GUARANTEE-MERCHANDISE SATISFACTORY OR YOUR ED MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED Panel D e b a t e T H E C O M P L E T E E N S E M B L E - H e r e is o u t f i t that reflects the s u n n y d a y s E a s t e r Dresses - i n styles a n d c o l o r s c o m p l i m e n t ' the season, f r o m $ 1 2 . 9 5 $16.98 f o r ladies a n d teens. 1 Ussa • O n A p r i l 24 The Quesnel Branch of "The Voice of Women" will sponsor a third Public Panel Discussion, in the series ''Sense or Nonesense," b e t w e e n older and younger people. The topic will be our educational s y s t e m , •'and guest speaker, Father Ratchfordfrom Victoria, w i l l participate on the panel. The names of the other panelists will be published later, along with the time and place, the meeting will be held. The date for the public meeting i s Wednesday, A p r i l 2 4 . Cottons S h o w Welcome Wagon F a c e s F o r S p r i n g We wish to w e l c o m e to GGIT Girls Attend Okanagan Conference Quesnel CGIT members attended the Okanagan Presbytery •Senior G i r l s Conference in Penticton last weekend. A l l Okanagan t o w n s were represented with Prince George being the only other northern centre attending. The theme of the conference was " W a n t e d , People Who Care - A m b a s s a d o r s for Christ." Rev. R . Burrows of F i r s t United Church, Vancouver, was the principle speaker.. The three-day conference got underway Friday n i g h t with registration, a "Hootenanny" a n d welcome b y conference director M i s s L o i s Pollock. Saturday's agenda included a book display, songs and worship s e r v i c e and discussion groups. A panel discussion entitled "Youth and Society" was led by Rev. J . C. Cronin. The conference program pre- the of to to H A N D B A G S - N e w handbags o f q u a l i t y seg r a i n c a l f a n d patents i n the c u r r e n t h o t c o l o r s a n d white ( N 1 8 6 2 & N 1 8 6 3 ) $ 4 . 1 9 O P A Q U E T H I G H H I G H S - Misses & L a d i e s stretch A g i l o n , h i g h f a s h i o n c o l o r s . 8V2-II (B88) R e g . 97c. Special 88c c B QO (SPECIAL H A T S & H A T L E T S - newest s p r i n a styles a n d c o l o r s f o r Easter f r o m $1.98 to $3.98 J U N I O R G I R L S C O A T S - A l l weather reversible coats - Sizes 4 - 6 X $4.37 Sizes 7-12 $6.33 c O G I R L S P A N T S U I T S - 2 pee suit n e w styles, sizes 7-14 in assorted sprinc shades (W1864)$9.98 E M E N S D R E S S S H I R T - Fused collar. French euffs, 2 p l y E g y p t i a n c o t t o n . G o l d e n L a n i p r o n L a b e l . (142) neck sizes 14V • - ••' S4.95 G Births Engagement M r s . Edna McLeod wishes to announce the engagement of her daughter Judith Elaine to M r . Ralph Ginter of Vancouver. Date of; wedding will be announced later. ' "•''"" • Hold; Kersley Bridal Shower Thirty ladies attended a m i s cellaneous bridal shower for Darlyne Wheeler at the Kersley Community Hall on S u n d a y , March 24. A pretty carnation corsage, donated by Naicam F l o r i s t s ' , was presented to the future b r i d e . After the g i f t s were opened, a game was played and lunch was served by hostesses D e l Zwicker, E d i t h Dinsmore, Linda Dinsmore, and Lorraine Preston. Darlyne i s to be married to Don Preston on Saturday, March 30. Births at G, R„ B a k e r Memorial Hospital during .the past week: M r . and M r s . Abraham V E E R a son on March 17. M r . and M r s . Mohinder, M O R E , Quesnel, a daughter on March 2 2 . Mr.-and M r s . Peter L A U R E N T , N a z k o , a d a u g h t e r on -March 24. M r . and M r s . Robert K E N N E WAY, Quesnel, a duaghter on March 2 6 . . * 0 3 7 p G W G T E E N K I N G S - For-the swinging'man. wide belt loops, slash p o c k e t s , c i i f f l e s s , sizes 2 8 to 3 6 , G r e e n . B r o n z e . G r e y , Blue, $10.95 * ' Y G N H HAITIAN-CREOLE INSPIRATION Inspired by a trip to Haiti, Marie Yeljehic of Loomtogs shows a group of contemporary sportswear that catches the flair of that island's fashions. Left: The important tunic i n faded blue i s worn with s l i m white pants. Right: The mini-jumpsuit in sunny yellowa l l i n homespun cotton, edged in rick rack that contrasts in white or bright shades. B O Y S C A R D I G A N - in c o m f o r t a b l e H 1 b u l k o r l o n , button f r o n t . G o l d . 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L ( A l 100 $1.99 I n t e r e s t Hood of Port Coquitlam and the som of M r s . Lucille Berezan of Oliver, B . C . , and the late M r . Steve Berezan. The bride ' wore a streetlength dress of white peau delegance topped with a longsleeved lace coat. Her short veil was held by i coronet of pearls, and she carried a bouquet of red roses. B r i d al attendants Beverly Hood, Diane Wenzel andCarolyn Isley -all wore short formals, of turquoise peau d-elegance accented with f l o r a l headpieces. They c a r r i e d bouquets of white carnations centred by a single red flower. Douglas Scott was best man. Ushers were Milton Berezan and Ronald Berezan. M r s . Hood chose a chocolate brown crepe dress with matching lace coat and orange Welcome Wagon International, with accessories. over 5,000 hostesses, has more The groom's m o t h e r wore than thirty years experience in pale blue lace with matching fostering good will in business and accessories. community life. For more informaReception followed in Mastion about . . . onic H a l l . The bride's uncle, Robert Bitcon, was master of ceremonies, and a s e c o n d u n c l e , Donald Bitcon, proposed the bridal toast. Phone Mrs. Travers' Out-of-town guests travelled 9.92-5488 from Vancouver, North V a n WELCOME NEWCOMERS! I couver, Richmond, Q u e s n e l , Us« this coupon to 1st us know you're i Oliver and Moose Jaw. here. • Congratulatory t e l e g r a m s Nime came from M o o s e J a w and Address Leader in S a s k a t c h e w a n , City Quesnel a n d Manila, P h i l l i pine Islands. • Pleas* have the Welcome Wagon Hostess cxll on me F o r going away to San F r a n • I would like to subscribe to the cisco, the bride changed to a CARIBOO OBSERVER • I already subscribe to the coral suit with white accessories. Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., The couple w i l l live in New Westminster. P o r t Coquitlam's T r i n i t y United Church was the scene Feb. 24 of the d o u b l e - r i n g marriage of L o r r a i n e Grace H o o d and R a l p h M i c h e a l Berezan. Rev. S t a n l e y Dowling officiated at 4 : 3 0 p.m. for the daughter of M r . and Mrs, Henry S P R I N G D R E S S E S - f o r little girls. E a s t e r styles a n d f a b r i c s , sizes 4 - 6 X ( W 1 8 1 8 ) $4.98 E M I S S E S A L L W E A T H E R C O A T S - Asst. styles a n d bright c o l o r s , s h o w e r p r o o f , sizes 7 - 14 ( W 1 2 0 2 ) $12.98 B O Y S A L L W E A T H E R C O A T S - in p l a i n s and prints, s h o w e r p r o o f , sizes 4 - 6 X (W1203) $7.98 M I S S E S H A N D B A G S - in white a n d n e w s p r i n g shades ( N 1 8 5 9 ) $1.98. $2.19 C A N T R E C E N Y L O N S - D u p o n l y a r n , nude heel, h i n h f a s h i o n c o l o r s , c o m p l e t e size range f r o m 8I2 - 12 ( B 9 0 - B ) 89c (SPECIAL 0 B *3 If *y, F 9 mi 0000 00000 0 touiiur TOO! S H U T J CHARGE IT! 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Quesnel won both games. An assembly was held F r i day M a r c h -22 to introduce the B y LIANE M E R O M i s s Q.S.S. candidates. Voting Quesnel, WiUiams Lake followed in the homerooms. Results w i U be made known Terrace and Prince George at the Blue and Gold ball competed in Prince George, on Friday. Saturday, March 23, in the Grad pins are on sale Pepsi-Cola Zone bowling f i n - , this week. They are $3.50 als. Prince George won the each*. School sweaters are g i r l s ' boys' and mixed secalso on sale this week at$17.50. tions, giving them the right Several grade 11 and 12 to represent the Cariboo at students wrote the Strong the Provincial finals, A p r i l Vocational Interests Test 20 in Vancouver. Friday morning. Results should • High scorers for Quesnel be back in a month. were Gary Knoke with a 275, Thought for the week comes Liane Mero rolled a 229. from M r . Zubick: Bowling winds up on A p r i l "People who know what they 11 with team playoffs. Junior basketball was play- want and how to go about getting it, usually get it - even ed here last week. Wednesday, boys played Cariboo High and if they don't approve of the Thursdav. the g i r l s played procedure they must follow." Gold | " T o Sir With L o v e , " a recent s h o w at the Carib. Theatre seems to have set a trend. During the next seven days 'the movies w i U have a close connection with " T o S i r With Love." This week's show, " U p T,he Down Staircase'?, portrays a female teacher (Sandy Dennis) facing s i m i l a r problems as those with which Sidney Poitier had to c o n t e n d . The trailer shows scenes in which a beautiful young teacher attempts to control a contemptuous class of teen age students. She falls in love! If you liked " T o Sir With L o v e " , you'll love " U p The Down Staircase". F i r s t show next week stars Sidney Poitier in another great role. He has Anne Bancroft «as his Co-Star, and i n this film, "The Slender Thread" you have great performances i n both leading roles. SALE DAYS March 28 to March 31 QUESNEL TRUCKING LTD. Box 1690, Quesnel Available 24 Hours a Day • Machinery • Tractor • Logs and Lumber Hauling • Bonded Carriers CALL N O W ! 992-6753 Noxzema Special Savings now! Regular value $2.18. Now! Nivea Creme Soothing creme for better care. 4 oz. Yardley Lotion Hand and Body Lotion. Regular value $1. Fresh Deodorant Spray power. For the whole family. 5 oz. Phisohex Sudsing, antibacterial soap. 5 oz. zt 013 Answers Your Problem Dear Ann Landers: I travel a lot (I'm in the theatre) andwherever I go I buy the paper that carries your column. You wouldn't believe how much you have guided my life. And now I have a problem I can't manage alone. I've been going with a man (also in the theatre) who is 10 years my senior. (I am 22.) William is twice divorced and has children whom he supports, but rarely sees. I am no Pollyana and have knocked around a lot in my life, b u t I've k e p t myself respectable and have always paid my own bills, if you know what I mean, William fascinates me because he is a man of the world — handsome, sophisticated, exciting and knows how to make a g i r l feel like a worn an. The problem - - h e has a bad temper and has beat me up a few times. The next day he never says he is sorry. He just says a great actress must experience every emotion - particularly she should suffer. He claims the history of every great actress proves he is right. Please comment on this — SWAN L A D Y Dear Lady: How lucky can a g i r l g e t ? You have right at y o u r fingertips a man who is w i l l i n g to give you a klop in the c h o p s so you'll suffer a l o t and be a g r e a t actress. If he doesn't k n ow Sarah Bernhardt l o s t a l e g , don't tell him. He might get ideas. In t h e meantime, my a d v i c e is d r o p this lunatic. He sounds l i k e a sadist. Dear Ann Landers: Our two older daughters are married and our only son is 22. I am ashamed to say that the only time we see Arnold is at breakfast. This is what I am writing about. He hasn't spent one evening at home since he fell in love last September. Arnold has always been an honour student, a good athelete and he never caused us any trouble. He attends college and has a part-time job. He used to be a devoted son, but now home is just a place to eat and sleep and change his clothes. Every spare minute is devoted to the g i r l . We have no objection to her, she is a fine person, but it seems to us that if he saw her on weekends that would be plenty. Why don't y o u n g people realize their parents are not going to live forever? What has happened to consideration and respect? Today, children act as if they never heard of the commandment, "Honour thy father and thy mother." Where did we fail? — IGNORED PARENTS Dear P a r e n t s : Who said y o u failed? Arnold sounds like a fine young man. Y o u didn't raise your son so he w ou 1 d stay home and keep you company, did you? If you could read my mail — l e t t e r s from parents who a r e having real trouble with their kids — unmotivated, unproductive t y p e s , who have no outside interests, no friends and do nothing but hang around the house, y o u ' d be a lot happier with Arnold. * * * Dear A n n Landers: Is it necessary for a g i r l ' s parents to know the life history of every fellow who takes her out? After a l l , when parents ask a million questions, a g i r l gets the idea they don't trust her. - SOON S I X T E E N D e a r Soon: What do you mean by " l i f e hist o r y " ? Do you mean the boy's a g e , w h e r e he goes to school, whether or not he h a s a d r i v er's license, where he plans to t a k e you for the evening a n d whatr time he plans to bring you h o m e ? If t h i s is what you mean, the answer is Y E S . 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In addition to Teddy, who V i v i a n H u s s e y w e r e c o Society for Crippled Children in North Burnaby at hostesses., The guest of honor when the city of Toronto host lives Christdale A v e n u e , was placed in a chair decorated youngsters selected from 3245 across Canada during the each province i s sending along with streamers and balloons. their official Easter Seal Guests were Jean Veer, L y d i a following week. The annual television salute representative. George, E l s i e Alokvich, Pat Lions Clubs throughout McLean, May Ramsey, Marg to Timmy w i l l be video taped during that time and shown. B r i t i s h Columbia must certain- Needham, Kay, McLean, Vivian Saturday, A p r i l 13 on C B C net- ly be commended for their Hussey, Cappie Spiers and M i s s work as part of the weekly work on The Easter Sea Dodie Kooz. Unable to attend "In P e r s o n " variety program. Campaign which provides mon- were M i s s Audrey Veer and Being broadcast on the ey for "Bunny Buses, Easter Wilma Unrau. Camps and medical Saturday between Good Friday Seal A simultaneous stag party and Easter Sunday. The show services. Other-groups such as to congratulate M r . Furber was w i l l feature A l Hamel as host, Kinette Clubs, Legion W . A . ' s held at the home of Don McLean. also support with The C a r l Topscott's Sing- and Rotarians * * * ers, Joyce Sullivan and other the Campaign in some areas. M r . and M r s . Mackie Ramsey Canadian stars. Apart from and family of Houston were recent v i s i t o r s at the J i m , Ramsey home. CARS Centre lor Arthritis Priceless Art? Mrs. June Yost holds the Oriental soapstone carving of an incense burner that her Sod-turning ceremony for the chitects' and engineers' fees, new CARS Arthritis Centre took equipment and furnishings i s place in Vancouver recently estimated at $886,000. Aproxwith the Hon. Grac^ McCarthy imately half of this amount and Mayor Tom Campbell of- wilt c'jme from bequests r e c e i ved by CARS in the past 20 ficiating. father uncovered 25 years ago M r s McCarthy paid tribute y e a r s . The remainder must near Barkerville. to Mary Pack who has worked come from other sources, CARS consistently over the years to treated 5,254 patients in B . C . co-ordinate the services of the last year. The new A r t h r i t i s Arthritis Society. The new cen- Centre will benefit each one of tre w i l l be the headquarters of these people. CARS A r t h r i t i s C e i u r e will be p r o v i n c i a l administration, three-storey treatment, research and pro- a p e r m a n e n t building of 23,000 sq. ft. fitting fessional t r a i l i n g . Construction will begin i m - architecturally into the general mediately and w i l l be completed pattern to be adopted by the new He said that many Chinese by December 21. Building con- V a n c o u v e r General Hospital immigrants who followed the tract has been awarded to the complex; It will not duplicate gold fever brought one,or two G r i m w o o d Construction Co. any services, space or personof their family's most valuable Ltd, A r c h i te c c s are Wade, nel already available and adeposessions with them to this Stockdill, Armour & Blewett, quate for the special treatment necessary for arthritis patcountry and M r s . Yost's i n - of Vancouver. cense burner probably had a The cost of the building, a r - ients. long and romantic history. Also found at the same site 25 years ago were "Samsuey" bottles. "Samsuey" was apopular Chinese beverage of a high alcoholic content imported b y the Orientals of that era. M r s . Yost hasn't decided just 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon - Monday - Friday what she will do with her antique. She indicated that she may donate it to a museum but has to think i t over. Photographs of the incense burner are being sent to the Toronto Museum for possible identification. • ' * * * , . . - " . A birthday party celebrating Delbert F o r c i e r ' s eighth b i r t h day was held Monday. *- * * M r s . May Higdon attended the 4-H Club Council meeting in Quesnel recently. Mrs. H e l e n H i c k s was luncheon guest Tuesday at the Dragon Lake home of L i l l i a n Sandes. ; Wayne McDonald and infant son M a r k was held at the home of M r s . E a r l Kyle on Thursday. The gifts were presented in a $ A$ baby's bathtub, a gift from M r s . M r s . May Higdon and M r s . K y l e . Dot McDonald along with M r s . Among the guests were M r s . Anne Hidgon and Russel and C . K . McDonald, the baby's Shannon visited Prince George grandmother and aunts Judy recently. and Jay McDonald. *** Co-hostess of the event was West F r a s e r F a r m e r ' s l n s t i - ' M r s . W. Weaver. tute met at West F r a s e r Hall *** on Wednesday. The Challenge M r s . Tommy Smith visited Cribbage Trophy will be played the Coast recently. Her baby for on A p r i l 6. Players will d a u g h t e r visited her grandbe the eight highest scores r e mother M r s . Agnes Bourque. corded in crib play to date. *** Emily Sutherland and Gordon Congratulations to M r . and Hockett won the QVWI trophies M r s . Abe Veers on the a r r i v a l recently. of a son. *** A s p e c i a l meeting of the Quesnel View Women's Institute was held Thursday. Nominations f o r t h e Provincial Board and the Award of Merit were held. It was decided to request a speaker from the School Board to address the A p r i l meeting. The Easter Bake sale will be held at Willis-Harper on T h u r s day, A p r i l 11. * * * A baby s h o w e r for M r s ; * ** *** M r . and M r s . J i m Na'gy and son Troy of Prince George spent the weekend at the home of M r s . Nagy's parents M r . and M r s . Jess Higdon. : GUARANTEE-MERCHANDISE SATISFACTORY OR YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED rice less pened lately to make M r s . Yost A Chinese i n c e n s e burner found i n a pile of tailings be- change her mind. ° She was offered $500 for i t tween Barkerville and the Quesafter a one-glance appraisal by nel River 25 years ago may be an interested party and when a priceless art object. Tad Sakamoto, a Kelowna busM r s . June Yost of Quesnel inessman and amateur collecttold the Observer that she i n or, chanced to see the incense herited the artifact from her burner . . . she has had second father Arthur Patrick O'Leary thoughts about selling it. who dug up the soapstone carving a quarter of a century ago. MAY BE PRICELESS M r . o'Leary found the Orien"It could very well be p r i c e tal piece by a Wooden flume l e s s , " said M r . Sakamoto. "It's that Chinese workman had built very old and I have never seen during the Barkerville g o l d anything to resemble this parrush. ticular piece of work before." . '.'I never thought it was worth M r . Sakamoto said that he anything," said M r s . Yost. " I has visited the Toronto Musthought it may have an intereum's three floors on Oriental esting history - but nothing art objects and could not r e more." : late the piece to those he had But a few things have hap- .seen on display. BUDGIES... E a s y l o care t o r in assorted c o l o r s C o m p l e t e w i t h regency cape in- _ eluded ffn Regular $13.98 Value HAMPSTERS... I he ideal pet. Soft a n d c u d d l y , easv to care f o r baby hamp.sters m Q Regular $1.19 Value GOLD FISH . . . M e d i u m size G o l d one gel o n e free f-ish. Htiy Regular 49c Each BUDGIES TROPICAL FISH M a n y varieties to choose f r o m , in g a y bright c o l o r s . ... *W / H WithValuesTo$2.79 «$/ ! • AQUARIUM SETS.. e C o m p l e t e a q u a r i u m s i a i i e i sets in elude: 7 ' a g a l l a n k . p u m p , l i l t e i kit. c a n o p y r e f l e c t o r a n d man> m o r e items. BIRD CAGE . . . I he f a m o u s G e n y cage tor Hudgies 8 % or C a n a r i e s H« PET BOOKLETS . . . Your Host - GIL McCALL 9:30 10:05 10:30 10:45 11:30 HAMPSTERS O Cash Calendar Club Calendar Art Baker's Notebook Open Mike Stork Parade BIG COUNTRY RADIO an A i r Canada jet bound for Toronto where he will represent B r i t i s h Columbia in " T i m m y ' s Easter Parade of Stars." M A R S H ALLJWELLS 3-Pce. Coffee Table & Step Table Sets Wainut finish. Regular price $39.95. Special " Appreciation Sale" price PLASTIC PAILS 190 EACH Large Hi-Back Recliner Chairs Covered in top quality, easy to care for, vinyl. Regular price $149.95. Special, with F R E E Pole Lamp A c o m p l e t e assortment i>! pet b o o k l e t s o n e a r m u for v o u i p e l Each I A COMPLETE PET STORE ON OUR LOWER FLOOR COLD FISH Teddy Blanchette is seen here just prior to boarding . M r s . Isobel Moffat returned from Kamloops where she has been for the p a s t several months. The Moffats have not returned to the farm, but will remain in Quesnel for the present. 7-Pce. Dinette Suite with walnut-toned, mark-proof, texture table top. Regular price $139.95. Special "Appreciation Sale" price F R E E with dinette purchase. - six M E L M A C D1NNERWARE • UNFINISHED FURNITURE 10% OFF • UNBREAKABLE GLASSES 50 EACH You are welcome to come in and look us over 1 0 - THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1968 - THE QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER To Perform In Annual Ice Carnival * MOOSE HEIGHTS NEWS By E L L E N ROGERS MOOSE HEIGHTS—Mr. Tonn Sr. has returned to the U.S.A. after a short visit with h i s son ' and family here. * ** Gary MiUer has been a patient i n the G.R. Baker M e m o r i a l Hospital. *** M r . and M r s . J i m Kopetski spent a few days in Kelowna visiting relatives. * *# M r . and M r s . E . Gagnon, of Prince George were recent v i s i t o r s of M r s . R . Marcotte and her brother George Petit at 10-Mile Lake. * ** M r s . Rose Marcotte spent a week in Prince George v i s i t ing her brother and s i s t e r - i n law M r . and M r s . M a r c e l Petit. * * * The monthly meeting of the Moose Heights Community Club was held at the home of M r s . Sonny Oakes. Items for the F a l l F a i r Handicraft Display are as follows: Embroidery - Linen runner in colour, size optional; Sewing - Cotton Duster - short sleeves; Knitting men's gloves - plain knit, four ply wool; Crochet - place matts approximately size 12 by 17. material and colour optional; Hobby - C r i b quilt, appliqued, must be quilted not tied, size 48 b y 60; A r t i s t i c Arrangement Driftwood base with a l l local materials, of bark, shells, rocks, etc., as added attraction. The Recreation Commission reported it has purchased sports equipment which is being used at the hall. The next Community Club meeting w i l l be held A p r i l 10. * * * An enjoyable evening was held at the Barlow Creek School Recreation Room where :he pupils of Pinecrest School put on a concert. It was very nuch enjoyed by a l l in attendince. Refreshments were s e r /ed by the members of the Pinecones P T A . r 4-H COUNCIL An e x c £ a n g e visit w i l l be made by Quesnel 4 - H Council members. Attending the recent monthly meeting of the council were D o n a l d Johnson, M r s . Warren, Judy Peacock from Prince George. The Prince George members extended an invitation to their rally. Quesnel members w i l l assist in judging and demonstrations. Prince Georgemembers w i l l be invited to attend the local rally. The Dawson Creek seminars" to be held A p r U 18 and 19 were discussed. Attending the The Prince George Unit of the B.C. HEART FUND wishes to thank all contributors to the B.C. Heart Fund. N O R M A N H. F O X , O . D . Optometrist Urguay has an area one-third that of Manitoba, a population Barbara Walls, 17, and Steve of 2.8 million, and 60 percent Hutchinson, 18, both of the •of i t s area i s devoted to stock Kerrisdale Figure Skating Club raising. w i l l highlight the Annual Ice Carnival to be presented F r i day, April 5, and Saturday, A p r i l 6, by the Quesnel Skating Club at C i v i c Arena. B a r bara has been skating for 10 years, and trains at the K e r r i s d a l e Arena and the Arbutus Club. The grade 11 student is a gold medalist and competed this year in the Canadian S e n i o r Ladies' Singles championships. Steve Hutchinson has been skating for 10 years and is a u n i v e r s i t y freshman. He is a gold medalist and won the B . C . Senior M e n ' s Championships in 1964 and 1965. He was also Canadian Junior Champion in 1965. In 1966 and 1967, Steve competed in the Canadian Senior M e n ' s Singles and this year placed third in the Canadian M e n ' s Singles competition. He •was a member of the Canadian Olympic team which competed in Grenoble, France. Transportation from P r i n c e George to Dawson Creek w i l l be a r r a n g e d by the regional council. The Quesnel rally w i l l be held on May 25 and a dress review is scheduled for May 26; I 992-7123 Tues. through Sat. Ice Carnival Stars seminar w i l l be Lee C r i c k Bouchie Lake, Garry Wells of Barlow Creek, Linda Southerland of the West Fraser C o m munity Club, Doris Swankey of Dragon Lake, Kathy Woolley of the H i l l and Dale Sewing Sisters and Karen Davis of theDiamond Above Cunningham Drugs * BOUCHIE LAKE NEWS Recent visitors at the McLeod ; By RUTH PATCHETT BOUCHIE L A K E — Guests home were Judy's f i a n c e e , at the lakeside home of the Don Ralph Ginter, and friends, JanDickies are Don's parents, M r . ice Buckley and F r e d Paul, all and M r s . Dave Dickie of Nan- of Vancouver. 'f* • aimo. They are looking after At a meeting of the Bouchie the Dickie grandchildren while Don and Mickie are holidaying Lake Kindergarten Association held on March 20, plans were in Mexico. Square Dance News again, to finish off a very enjoyable evening. During the evening, the W i l l iams Lake Club honored J i m and Norma Bann and presented them with a gift, as a token of appreciation, for being the originators of the club in that area, 10 years ago. The Moores and the Sharuns were the only two other couples presented, who had attended the Brian Murdock of North Van- first Jamboree. couver, wearing a large Stetson Dancing as usual, this Saturthat had been presented to him day, March 30, at Baker School by the Williams Lake Dancers, Gym. Remember, Tuesday Night called fast-moving dance, which Graduates, you are welcome to was enthusiastically received by join with the Cariboo Wheelers the crowd. Brian and his wife. at their regular dances. Lorraine presented a new twostep, which the round dancers caught onto quickly, and enjoyed doing, very much. More than i 5 squares of dancers joined with the "Stampede Whirlaways," at Williams Lake High School Auditorium, where the 10th Annual Square Dance Jamboree was held. It was a wonderful s e t t i n g , with clear sound and a good floor. The stage was appropriately decorated in a western corral theme. There were 145 dancers from West Vancouver, Kelowna, Tatla' Lake, Rose Lake,-100 M i l e House, Lac L a Hache, Wells, Kersley, Red Bluff, Quesnel and Prince George. After supper, some of the callers from the clubs represented, called a tip including Jean Russell, Dave Abbs, Dave Robertson, Wally Sanderson, Mac McLeod, and C l a r e Anderson. Brian M u r d o c k called, once made for a weiner roast to finish the season on Friday, March 29. A general meeting w i l l be called late in A p r i l to , see i f there i s enough i n terest to continue next September with another class. * * * The Bouchie Lake W.I. held a successful bake sale at W i l lis-Harper's on March 23, and would like to thank a l l those who helped out with donations of baking, especially the kindergarten mothers. * * * Sympathy is extended to the Armstrong family on the passing of M r . 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