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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta J8 THE LETHBRIDGE HEP.ALD Solurdny, April 28, 19. 3- MR. AND MRS. PHILIP JACKSON GERLOCK Gerlock- Williams de JOURDAN'S photo MR. AND MRS. ALAN EDWARD GROVES Groves-Hud Miss Sophie Patricia Chris- tine Hud, daughter of Mr. John Hud of Natal, was recently uni- ted in marriage with Sir. Alan Edward Grcves, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Groves of Leth- bridge, in double-ring cer- emony in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church. Rev. Harold officiated at the vredding with Miss Erika Granson as organist. Bridal attendants were Mrs. K. Allred of Calgary, Miss Linda Gris and ?Ii3o Ivlary K. Chala, Dorh Natal. Best man was Mr. Bob Bach of Lethbridge, with groomsmen Mr. Rick Larson and Mr. Wen- dolya Arnold, both of Leth- bridge. Ushers were Mr. Douglas Beierbach of Medicine Hat and Mr. Mike Dikun of Lethbridge. Following a reception held at the Moose Hall, the couple travelled to Edmonton for a honeymoon, later taking up residence at Vulcan. Bishop W. Reed Erickson of- ficated at the recent marriage of Miss Sheryl Renae Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reece V. Williams: and Mr. Philip Jackson Gerlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gerlock, all of Lethbridge. The double-ring ceremony took place in the northside chap- el cf the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mrs. Audrey Williams, aunt of the bride, was organist. Ji-trer! of Honor was Mrs. La Rae Clairmont, sister of the bride, with bridesmaid Miss Linda Vair. Flowergirl was Miss Tami WiJIiams, sister of the bride, and Misses Jody and Kathy Yantz, nieces of the groom, carried bridal train. o a Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Dixson formerly of Hoping, Alberta, are pleased to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter Arlene Ruth, to Mr. j David Harris Steadman of' Kentville, Nova Scotia. The wedding will take place on June 30 in Calgary and the j couple will reside in B.C. Mr. and Mrs. John Babick ere pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Marilyn Ruth, to Mr. James Ian Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place announce on June 9 at 4 pan. in St. Pat- rick's Roman Catholic Church. Ringbearer was Tony Clair- mont Jr., nephew of the bride. Best man was the twin broth- er of the groom, Mr. John H. Gerlock Jr. of Calgary. Ushers were Mr. Fred Cho- miak and Mr. Tony Gerlock, brother of the groom. A reception and dance follow- ed at the Labor Club, with inas- tsr of ceremonies Dr. L. D. Nel- son of Edmonton, uncle of the bride. The toast to the bride was proposed by the bride's great- uncle, Mr. F. T. (Ole) Olsen of Calgary. Following a honeymoon trip to the Great Falls area the couple has taken up residence an Lethbridge. ne dav like no other Ed Keeling LOVE IS l-iviiing the "BEST MAN To Caplure and Po-lray Your Very Own Personal Icve As Seen Through The Bride's Misty Eyes RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUAIS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 A. E. CROSS photo Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. T. Pool of Lethbridge ore pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Ann, to Mr. John Vossebelt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willem Vossebelt of Coaldale. The wedding will take place in- July. Mr. and Mrs, John Esau of Coaldale are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Marion, to Mr. Ronald Braun of Winnipeg, Manitoba, son of Mr. a.nd Mrs. John Braun of Dawson Creek, B.C. The wedding Trill take place on May 20 at Camp Arnes, Man- itoba. Mr. and Mrs. Linden D. Lilchficlcl of are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of dauchter Ar- dyth LaRce to Mr. Eric Ran- dall Erickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Erickson of Earn- well. The v.-ill tak-c place on May 5 at 7 p.m. m the 3rd Ward. of Jesus Christ of Lancr-dav Saints. Mr. afl Mrc Pjler IxthbnrJjre arc to announce 1hc forthcoming mar- nagc of their daughter Flor- marruxaes ence Jane, to Mr. Allan Lee Schaefer. son Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schaefer of Innis- fsil. The vredding will take place on May 5 at 2 30 p.m. in Strath- cona Baptist Church, Edmon- ton, Air. and Mrs. John L. FaDs- cnsicm of Norwood, New Jer- sey, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jane Elizabeth to Mr. Curtis John Andrews, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. An- drews of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on May 5 in Grosvenor Park United Church, Saskatoon. Sas- katchewan. Jane and Curtis are attend- ing the University of Saskatoon. Jane is conipleteing her degree in special education for the and Curtis his BSc as a geology student (advanced Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: A friend of mine is going through a bad time. His mom and dad were divorced last year. His mom works in an office all day and usually she has a date for dirraer and doesn't get home until 11 01 12 at night. Many weekends she goes shopping, or heaven knows where, and the kid doesn't get a decent meal. I know my friend is lone- some and unhappy. He must eat whatever he can fix for himself and I'm not sure he knows how to cook. I just hate to think of him being alone so much. He seems sad a lot of the time. I have asked Mom if we can have him to dinner a few DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have two serious complaints against my husband and think they might be related. Our marriage is falling apart and I don't taow what to do about it. For the past year my hus- band's snoring has become in- tolenance. What really buss me is that he started to smoke after having auit for four years. Now he's up to two packs a day. I bslieve the smoking is causing him to snore worse. Or maybe I have an allergy to him. He smells of smoke even when he isn't smoking. We argue every morning because I wake up exhausted. He says to shut up and stop nagging Mm or he wiH move nights a week. We could come home from school together and there is always plenty to eat on our table. Mom says I shouldn't interfere in his pri- vate life. Also she doesn't want to get in bad with his mother. Please tell me what you think, Ann. There are times when I think you know better than some mothers. For Him DEAR SORRY: I can't see how an invitation to your home could be interpreted as "Interference." I think it would be very nice (and great- ly appreciated) if .you brought the boy to your house after school and asked him to stay for dinner. I hope you will do it soon. And often. into the guest room. I'm afraid once he moves out of our bedroom the next move will be to the divorce court. Please get in touch with your medical consultants and find out if heavy smoking makes snoring worse. He wheezes, hacks and coughs continually, as if he has a cold. What are the feet, Ma'am? Missing Morpheus DEAR MISS: Snoring and excessive smoking are indeed related. Your husband's nasal passages and respiratory sys- tem are irritated and he is breathing through his mouth. This produces a heavier snore. Let him move into the guest room. So long as he doesn't lock the door, your marriage is not in danger. Assuming you can walk. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I did not like your answer to the mother who was upset with her 17-year-old son just be- cause he walked around the house with no clothes on. Any- one who thinks there is some- thing wrong with it has got to have a duly mind. What's wrong with walking around naked in front of his own ma? She gave birth to him, bathed him, diapered him and clothed him when he wasn't able to take care of himself. So, Ann Landers, why don't you bug out? Hipster From Cincy DEAR CINCY HIP: A 17- year old no longer needs to be bathed, diapered and dressed. He does, however, need a sense of propriety about his person and he certainly ought to show some resnect for his mother's wishes. She told him repeatedly that she didn't think a full-grown man should be parading around the house naked as a radish and I'm with her. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The big problems in life we can handle just fine. It's the little ones that drive us ba- nanas. Lfisten to this. My parents moved from a three-bedroom apartment to a smaller one. Now there is no guest room but a very large sun porch. Mom bought a beautiful red velour couch for the sun porch and she is very proud of it. Pa's brother conies to town twice a month. Uncle Freddie is a bachelor and lives 100 miles from here. He used to sleep in the spare room, but now we don't have one. Pa says he can sleep on the couch. Mom says, "Over my dead The couch costs and Uncle Freddie weighs about 290 pounds. Mom 'is afraid he'll sag the springs. Pa says his brother's feelings mean more to him than that dumb couch. Please rush a solution. The war is on. The Middle DEAR IN: Your folks should buy a sturdy rollaway cot and keep it on hand for Uncle Freddie. A 290-pounder may well sag the springs of a veiour couch. This could create a real fight between your mom and pa. Give them this column and let's hope they pass the peace pipe al- ready. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "The CAR didn't hove a broken leg That port of the bill is for a mechanic still under it when I drove it out of the shop." MoJchei Topi Invitations Scply TTicmk College Shopping Mali Change predicted in men's fashions TORONTO (CP) "The suit is really said Jack Haber, editor of Gentle- man's Quarterly, but it will not disappear from men's wardrobes for at least 25 years. "Most men can't even get away with wearing what you call Saturday clothes to work, though the barriers are begin- ning to said the editor of the consumer-oriented men's fashion magazine pub- lished in the United States. He said the barriers will crumble over the "next dec- Women enjoy sea duty SAN FRANCISCO CAP) The first women sailors in U.S. Navy history assigned to sea duty dressed like the men and worked like the men, but after seven months on board the feminine touch has had its effect. In one office there is a pink telephone. The captain says the men are neater. And the salty language has been wa- tered down. The officer of the day on the hospital ship TJSS Sanctuary was Chief Clarence Johns, a navy man for 17 years. Beside him stood Sea- man Christine Paulis, 18. her blonde hair tucked behind her cap. "I volunteered and I would said Miss Paulis, of Pittsburgh, Pa. "We each have our own job and we do it." Johns added: "It's been fine serving with women. They're different and add something to the ship, and they pull their own weight." The 55 women have quar- ters in the forward section of the Sanctuary, the 400 men are aft. Some of the women have found living space cramped and in general dis- like sea duty, but others, like Miss Paulis, said they loved it. DISLIKES SHIP LIFE "It's no place for a said Seaman Apprentice Debbi Mercer, 20, of Dallas, Tex. "The navy is fantastic but ship life is bad. You're a guinea pig. "You sleep on a thick mattress on top of your locker. The quarters are about the same for the men, but they don't have curlers, makeup and clothes." The women interviewed said they have found equal job opportunity on ship and feel that the men accept them. There has been some ship- board romance and Sanctuary officers say two couples are engaged. If they marry, how- ever, one spouse will have to transfer because married couples cannot serve on the same ship. ade or so" mostly because men who've become adults since the Second World War "are a little more to try things; they have a posi- tive attitude." "Just look at this he told 250 retailers at a confer- ence here. "I couM have worn this identical outfit in 1933. cally the suit is the same model Abraham Lincoln wore sack coat and matching trousers. "Sure, once every few years we widen the pants or make them narrow, but that's all. Look at the Nehru coat. It was great but it was badly mismanaged. Men were so fearful; so unsure. And all we did was take the lapels off. It'll be back, maybe about 1980." In the next decade men will find themselves developing two personalities where dress is concerned with two ward- robes for the office and lei- sure time, hs said. He's against best-dressed think they're insane" against people figuring they can learn how to dress by slavishly following the dic- tates of fashion magazines. "You can learn how to he said. "The instinct for it is in you somewhere." He alsq advises men to pick the brains of their well- dressed friends. He admits his all-time fa vorite garment is a navy blazer ''because it's the most useful thing you can have in your wardrobe. It can be dressy or casual." Plaid suits "are a niche above dull, dreary suits" said Mr. Haber and he is fond of grey flannel "slightly nipped, with wider lapels and a flared bottom, because everybody needs an unpatterned suit." Fret WEDDING Included With Your Wedding Invitation Or rallied With Yemr Wldding' Pick up complimentor QUESTION AND ANSWER CIRCULAR You will find the am to questions CO' monly ask J L THEHEHALD Box 516 Lethbridgi Phone 327-3203 Cor. 7th St. C 5th Ave. Crowtnest tan Agent VERN DECOUX Rloirmor Phone JUST ARRIVED! The all new models of SUPER 8 MOVIE PROJECTORS and EDITORS EUMIG At special introductory prices We have a Large Stock of NIKON and PENTAX SINGLE LENS REFLEX CAMERAS at Special Introductory Prices (Remember: All Japanese imports have gone up to between 10 and MAY WE SUGGEST YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OLD PRICES WHILE STOCKS LAST. Jerry {Olana rlwtoarapkij (OrTOSHi THE HKS CLUB) 1224 3rd AVE. S. Phone 327-2673 or 327-2565 DISCRIMINATING BRIDES RELY ON '7 e" y JCtJ. 1224 3rd Ave. S. (opposite the Elks Club) Phone 327-2673 or 327-2565 FOR THEIR WEDDING PORTAITS, SHOULDN'T YOU? ;