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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WlUIUOf, Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Wescott of Fort Macleod are pieced to announce the iorthconj.'ng marriage of their daughter, Gwen Cavell, to Randel L. Peterson, son of Mrs. Mabel Peterson and '.he late Mr. Glen Peterson of Barnwell. The wedding will take place on June 1 at 4 p.m. in the Fort Macleod United Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Noreen Mary, to Cameron Leigh Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith. The wedding will take place at 3 p.m. on May 18 in St. Stephen's Church, Burnaby, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. LeRon F. Low on Coaldale are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kathryn Jean, to Richard Cornell Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cornell Green of Salt Lake City. The wedding will take place at 11 a.m. on June 8 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. Double-faced fabrics popular for coat styles Sunshine and flowers The perfect decorations for a garden wedding are sunshine and flowers. The bride, dressed in a beautiful satin organza and chantilly lace gown, well suits the walk down the garden path. Com- plimenting the springy garden look, is her bridesmaid in an open back dress in printed linen with a match- ing cape and hat. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: May I comment on that letter from the senior citizens (late 60s for her, early 70s for him) who found love the second time around? Oh. how glorious it was! No worries about pregnancies, no troublesome kids, no burning desire to corner all the money in the world it sounds divine. So my old goat hands it to me and says, "See, Ann Landers approves of what I am doing." what he is doing (after nearly 50 years of marriage) is chasing every widow and divorced woman in town. I'm not saying he is catching many, but it's not for lack of trying. He insists that just because I am worn out (not interested in sex) he has the right to enjoy himself if he feels like it. Don't suggest divorce. I couldn't face it and he doesn't want it. I can still cook, do his laundry and keep the house clean. 1 wrote to you a while back saying some women lose interest in sex after a will be.sent ihe original art (or her quote Send your child's quotation to this paper. hysterectomy. Your medical experts said most of the problem is in the head. Well, wherever it is I have it. and I resent being told I am nuts. Furthermore, if a couple loves each other, it make any difference if they have no sex after 65. They'd still have respect and companionship. I dare you to print this. Peoria Dear P.: That dirty old man you are married to got no O.K. from me to run around. Those senior citizens who were having such a rollicking love affair were a couple of long- time friends who had lost their mates and were soon to be married. Some women do lose interest in sex after a hysterectomy, but it is largely an emotional problem and not physical. (The lost estrogen due to the removal of the ovaries can be replaced by You are right when you say that if a couple love each other they can still have respect and companionship without sex. But if a woman loves and respects her husband, she could continue to have sex to please him, even though she didn't get much out of it. Your situation is quite different. You are married to an alley cat who treats you shabbily and you are bitter and resentful. You didn't ask for advice, however, just a chance to sound off. So here's your letter and I hope you feel better seeing it in print. A no-nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement. Ann Landers's booklet, "Marriage What to will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654, enclosing 50e in coin and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope. 416 13th Street North, Lethbridge Phone 327-7449 Res. 328-3523 FAMILY PORTRAIT SPKIAL From now until April 30th, 1974 you can have your family's portrait taken at our special low introductory rate. The sitting includes: poses 4-4x5 Preview Prints (yours to keep) 1-8x10 Print Chosen from the 4 PC ALL IN COLOR-ALL FOR ONLY (For a lamily ol live or less larger families at slightly higher price but package includes more Appointments may be made (or dates alter April 30th. 1S74 il they are booked and paid lor prior to April 30th. 1974. Oiler is limited to one per family. IN ADDITION... E R Liilcy Photography will guarantee this wee for 7 similar Sittings ftnytuno within '.no next years. NO OBLIGATION NO PRE-PAYING We also carry a Complete Line of FRAMES ALBUMS WEDDING INVITATIONS Forthcoming marriage Mrs. Anne M. Munroe is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her only daughter, Eleanor Anne, to Anthony Kireef, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kireef. The wedding will take place on June 15 in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. NEW YORK (CP) Coat styles vary widely this spring, from the classic belted trench coat to big, loose, wrappy models. The favorite fabric is doublefaced, a status symbol because it is difficult to handle, says fashion authority Eleanor Lambert. Double- faced fabrics are good for travelling, especially if they are reversible. Pauline Trigere has a stunning double-faced wool, lime on one side and white on the other. Leo Chevalier, designing for Montroy Coats of Montreal, features double-faced trench coats, including a shirty- looking style with lots of volume in the skirt. Most of his spring coats, apart from the fabric weight, could be mistaken for dresses. He favors white, cream and beige. White, once regarded as strictly for summer, returns to favor this season after making its spring breakthrough 10 years ago. There are other fabrics besides wool. Jersey, another good lightweight, wrinkle-free traveller, is popular. Adele Simpson includes one in wrap style with a big pointed collar, colored oatmeal. Anne Klein has a late spring coat in unlined chino cotton with matching skirt and blouse. Because Canadian springs are short and often rainy, raincoats and weatherized coats are always popular. Practically any fabric can be weatherized to keep its wearer dry. except in a downpour and casuals include cotton poplin, duck and cotton twill. Knee-length raincoats are being worn with pants. Jim Naldwin has a weatherized wrap style, reversible from red flannel to oyster polyester-and-cotton poplin. Geoffrey Beene likes the combination in black gabardine. Hudson Coat of Toronto prefers year-round colors in the camel-beige range in polyesters and cotton- I'ariations on a theme Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and gladioli, cas- cading from the bride's bouquet, spilling out of the flower girls' basket and sprouting from the ring bear- er's buttonhole emphasize the importance of devel- oping a theme for bridal florals. Children's dress casual ED KEELING LONDON With so many people travelling with their children, it isn't surprising that buyers of children's wear are all looking for practical, washable clothing. Almost all the exhibitors at the Junior Fashion Fair have worked toward getting just such collections together. Washable knits and practical jerseys have been the feature of all clothing from the countries taking part. Checks and tartans were brilliantly displayed in every kind of fabric, synthetics, cords and velveteens. Trendy prints and color combinations have been seen all over the show. There are fashions and casuals for all ages from two to 14. There's a prevalence of frilly dresses for girls, but they're not the ones that require ironing. It looks like a good long party season for the little ladies. The old horticultural society's hall looked a little tired this afternoon after its 44th children's fashion show. So did the exhibitors as they helped carpenters and government representatives to take down their flags and pack up their gear. The contingent has gone with more- than half a million dollars in on-site orders with promise of more to come. i BRYAN WILSON Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary Wedding Photography has changed... at A. E. Cross Studio the difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 710-3rd Ave. S. 328-022? June wedding Mr. and Mrs. Ken Tyrer of Sparwood wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Debbie Gay Lamberton, to Gordon Quebec, son of Mrs. Violet Quebec of Swift Current. The wedding will take place on June 22 in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Sparwood. IF'edding announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Schinnour of Calgary are pleased to announce the marriage of Miss Judy Anne LeClair to their son, Keith Robert Oakley, both of Ottawa. The wedding took place on March 31 at Southminster United Church in Ottawa. The couple has taken up residence in New York City. Old school transformed into active arts centre BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) An 80-year-old school at nearby St. George, saved from demolition last year, is quickly becoming an active community arts centre. Music craft and art courses are offered, a village museum is being established and a noonhour program for school children began in January. The St. George Old School Committee also has plans for further programs and even a day-care centre in the picturesque building. Only a year ago, the school's future looked glum. Demolition plans had been laid by the Brant County board of education when St. George's new open-concept school opened. But the local Women's Institute appointed a three-member committee to try to save the building. Among those members was Mrs. Robert Nixon, wife of the Ontario Liberal leader. The fight to save the two- storey, red brick structure was "a real consciousness- raising Mrs. Nixon said. ''We have had some sleepless nights, but it was all worthwhile." The committee collected support for the restoration of the school building from 10 villages and eventually persuaded the board to abandon its demolition plans. The committee moved into the building in October to begin cleaning operations and prepare exhibits for the official opening later that month. It marked a celebration of 150 years of education in St. George the first school, built of logs, opened in 1823. This accomplished, the job of providing the village with a community centre began. The village library sponsored events in the building and an instrumental music class was started. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edition each weeK. Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given consideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional .to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20e per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Editor ;