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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Auouit 7, 1971 THE LETHERIDGE HERALD 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: The teller from the teen-age boy who was afraid to kiss a girl because he didn'l know where his nose would go, gave me Ihe courage to write this letter. I am a teen-age boy also, and I wish someone would tell my girl what to do with her hands when I kiss her good m'ght. She just leaves Ihem hanging at her sides like a couple of corn slalks. Don'l girls know that boys like to be held, the same as they do? To kiss a girl goodnight and have her stand thene like a clothing store dummy is a drag. Please print this letter. My girl never misses your column and I'm sure she'll know I'm talking about her. Thanks DEAR DUB: Here it is, not only for your girl, but for all the clucks who stand there like clothing store dummies when they should be showing a little interest. For heaven's sakes, girls, put your arms around the guy's shoulders. A kiss should be a Joint venture. Be a participant, not a spec- tator. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have been smoking since the age of 16. For a few years it was just an occasional cig- arette, and then I discovered I was buying a second pack almost every day. la Ihe past year 1 began to cough a lot at night. My husband (a non-smoker) bet me 5250 I could not quit smoking, cold turkey, just like that. I seized the opportunity to quit because I'd been wanting to and tliis was a respectable excuse, even though I knew it was also a bribe. Ninety days later my husband gave me a cheque for which I cashed the following day. For four months I never touched a cigarette, then last week my next door neighbor's child ivas injured in a bike accident in front of our home. I had to drive the youngster to the hospital for stitches in his head. While the boy was in the emergency room, another woman whose child had also been injured, offered me a cigarelle. I thoughtlessly took it. Just as I was leaving the hospital I noticed a nearly full pack of cigarettes lying on the magazine table ob- viously forgotten by someone. It was almost as if Satan was Working against me. The cigarettes were my brand. I took the pack and finished it within the next two days. Yesterday I came to terms with myself. T will not smoke another cigarette as long as I live. I am really through this time. I am disgusted and ashamed of myself. My hus- band does not know what I did. Do I owe him S250? Please advise me at Stricken In Louisville DEAR LOU: Yes, you owe your husband he is a tender-hearted soul he will give you a break. I suggest that you repay him the he should put it in the bank with Uie understanding lhat you can take it out in six months, provided, of course, that you have stayed off tie weed with nary a slip. DEAR ANN LANDEBS: I go with a very nice man (we are both divorced and in our 40's) and we get along very well. The only problem is that whenever we eat out he finds something wrong wilh the food and sends it back. The steak is always too rare, too well done, too tough or not properly aged. The vegetables are always undercooked or overcooked. The salad dressing has too much oil or too much vinegar. His reputation is well known and in some restaurants there are waiters who refuse to serve him. What can I do about DEAR EM: Probably nothing. Chrbnic complainers who have a neurotic compulsion to be critical of food are usually incurable. Occasionally the food is Dot right, and should be sent back. But when the food is NEVER right, the trouble is in the head and not in the kitchen. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In TheLethbrldgeHeraU All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every 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 TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which wnuld be additional lo that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture wilh this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE A P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASF Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Icthbrtdgc Herald MR. AND MRS. ERIK O. GOBLE Goble Demkiw Edmonton's St. Basil's; The couple will reside in Ei monlon where they will contin ue their studies at the Unive sity of Alberta. Church was the scene recently where Rev. R. Krevac united Miss Loretla Demkiw, daughter of Jfr. and Mrs. Paul Demkiw of Evanshurg, in double ring! marriage vows Mr. Erik ftylfnyy 0. Goble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goble of Waterton Park. Bridal attendants were Miss groom, maid of honor, and bridesmaids, Miss Victoria Demkiw, sister of the bride, and Miss Connie Wagil. Assisting the groom were Dr. David Goble, brother of Hie groom, Mr. Alfred Kingston, uncle of the bride, and Rev. Malclom Proffit. Ushers were the Messrs. Kerry Albred, cousin of the and Wayne Power, brother-in-law of Die bride. Flowergirl was Miss Cliristine Demkiw, sister of the bride, and ring bearer was Master Clark Goble, nephew of the room. A reception was held at St. Basil's Cultural Centre. makes hit in Europe PARIS (AP) The lilt] blue suit" the workers wear in China, is the latest fashio craze in France and is eve challenging ths Vietnam wa look that is all the rage wiU the young in St. Tropez. The woman are storming th Boulevard St. Germain snatch up the baggy Hue cot ton outfits. People who like Iheir work ers' outfits on the white colla side can get them in shiny gre colLon. And rich women wh want to look like prosperous rice-pickers pad themselves Yves Saint Laurent's satin peasant jackets. quillec CHINESE FASHIONS Parisian model wearing a Chinese blue cotton outfit steps onto a boat on the Seine river in Paris. Somo fashion people say the costume, typical outfit of the Chinese worker, will begin to make tho scene in the wesl by next summer. It is becoming very popular in Sainl Tropez and Paris already. Terry Bland Pholo MR. AND MRS. VICTOR JOHN WEISS Weiss Babino Christ Trinity Lutheran Church was the recent scene when Rev. Harold W. Martin, united Miss Judith Helen Ba- bino, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Babino of Lethbridge, in double ring marriage vows with Mr. Victor John Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond V. Weiss, of Medicine Hat. Miss Erica Granson was the organist for the ceremony. Mrs. Joyce Jesse, sister of the groom, Medicine Hat, was matron of honor, while brides- maid duties were performed by Mrs. Marlene Kastner, sister of the bride. Flowergirl was Miss Diannc Babino, sister of the bride, while Master David Michie was Uie ring bearer. Mr. Wayne Jesse, Medicine Hat, was best man, while ush- ers were Mr. Terri Horii, Leth- bridge, and Mr. Gordon Kruger, Medicine Hat. Glen's Den, in the El Rancho Motor Hotel was the scene of the reception after which the couple left for a honeymoon in Penticlon, B.C., and Banff. Guest book at the reception was attended by Miss Terri Babino, sister of the bride, Leth- bridge, and Miss Lorraine Ba- bino sister of Hie bride, LeiJi- bridge, attended the gifts. The couple now resides In the Parkview Mobile Home Court, in Lethbridge. Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Web ster of Mountain View, ar pleased to announce the forth coming marriage of their daughter, Peggy Rae to Mr Cameron S. Williams, son c Dr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Jiams of Cardslon. The wedding will take plac August 25 in the Alberta Tern pie in Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Virginal' of Letiibridge wish to announce the engagement of their young est daughter, Mary to Mr. Ray mond Burae Dow, son of Mr and Mrs. Berne Dow of Cal gary. The wedding dale is to be an nounced at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baranj fr. are pleased to announce he engagement and forth coming marriage of their eld est daughter, Deborah Leah to Larry Glenn Falk, son o and Mrs. Peler Falk, all >f Lethbridge. Wedding is to take place September 10 at p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Perce- are pleased to announce he engagement and forthcom- ng marriage of their daughter, Marie to Mr. John H irocklesby, son of Mr. anc Mrs. 'John W. Brocklesby, all >f Lethbridge. The wedding will take place August 28 at 5 p.m. in McKil- op United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wyroslok t Coalhurst announce the orthcoming marriage of their aughler, Joanne lo Corporal Douglas Nash. The wedding will fake place i C a 1 f a r y's Assumption 3hurch August 21 at p.m. Mr. and Mrs Palrick D. Bar- rington, of are leased lo announce the forth- oming marriage of (heir only aughter, Lynne Margaret, lo Ir. Leonard Wayne Thurslon, fm of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thurston of Bow Island. The wedding will take place Scptemlwr -I at 4 p.m. in tlic vangelical Free Church, Leth- -idgc. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. of Bnrons, are pleased announce Ihe engagement nri forthcoming niarrinpo of eir youngesl daughter. Knth- xsn Ellen, to Mr. Donald nmes Parker, son of Mr. and Irs. L. D. Parker, of Leth- -idgc. The wedding will lake place t I lie First Unilod Church, aturday, Augusl al 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Riehl of Nobleford are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Eleanor Louise, to Mr. Kenneth Arthur Charlesworth of Cal- gary, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Charlesworth of Pic- ture Butte. The wedding will take place September 11 at 6 p.m. in Soulhminstcr United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Henning Jen- sen of Lelhbridge .ire- pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Randi Annette to R. B. Walter Kcrber son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerber of Shaughnessy. The wedding is to take place on August 14 at p.m. in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church. Photo by Priestley's Pholo Arts MR. AND MRS. WILLY MARCEL BREES Brees Grisak St. Basil's Church was the scene recently when flouble- ring vows were exchanged be- tween Marilyn Gave, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mi- chael J. Grisak, and Willy Marcel, second son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brees, all of Leth- bridge. Organist was Mrs. J. McCal- lem for soloist Mrs. C. Has- smussen of Calgary, cousin of the bride, Entering the church on the arm of her father, the bride wore a gown of while chiffon over taffeta, and carried a bou- quet of yellow .oses. and wlu'le carnations. The bridal attendants were Wendy Korth as maid of honor with Miss Barbara Kimoto and Miss Rita Brees, sisler of the groom, as bridesmaids. They all wore blue dotted Swiss dresses with white hats, and earned baskets cf white daisies and yellow carnations. The groom's attendants were the groom's brother, Mr. Hugo Brces as best man, Mr. Randy LaRue and Mr. Ronald Grisak, brother of the bride, as groomsmen. The ushers were Mr. Robert Grisak, brother ol the bride, and Mr. Fred Uwazny, cousin of the groom. The reception was held in the Scandinavian Hall where the bridal party were piped to ths table by Mr. Milton McCrea, cousin of the bride, and his two daughters, Cheryl and Susan. A dance followed. The couple left for a honey- moon in British Columbia. For her going-away outfit, the bride wore a blue pant suit and a corsage of yellow carnations. They are now residing at 842 13 St. N., in Lethbridge. Out of town guests included persons from Drumheller, Cal- gary, Ottawa. Your Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visits our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve friends may consult these rec- ords as lliey shop for wedding gifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List ROBERTA TRUBA ADEL SALAHOR BETTY ANNE CARNEY UNA DOYLE SUSAN KIRKHAM LOUISE KIRKHAM MAVIS GILLOTT LUCILLE FRIESEN NOLA PRINCE MARGARET WELSH MARGARET DOUGLAS FAYE PETERS DIANE STRONSKI CAROL PINSKE DONNA THACKRAY WILMA ZANONI BARBARA WARSZAVISKI DIANE McLEAN CHERYL PROSK PEGGY WEBSTER PATSY GASZLER ELEANOR RICHL CHARLAINE PERCEVAUIT ARANA ALSTON RITA NICKOLAS KATHY CURIE CHERI PETERSON GAIL JARVIS RITA MEHEDEN WENDY YOUNG DOWNTOWN 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S. ;