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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___W.-dneidoy, Augwl 9, 1972 THE ItTHBRIDCE HERAIO _ 21 Ann Landers FOOD VALUES THAT WORK GOLDEN family of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Champncy arc plarmimT an open home in honor of their parents' 501h wedding acquaintances arc invited lo Jefferson, from 2-5 p.m. Sunday. It is requested lhal there be no gifts.____________ anniversary. Friends ond ct the Jefferson School, Modified jumper still out in front NEW YORK (CP) The jumper is still out in front among fashion winners. Last fall it was one of Itic incoming Imids and now it is definitely established. How- ever you often have to look tv.'ice lo certain thai it is a jumper, ft has undergone sev- eral modifications. For one thing, some arc fake jumpers, sucli as .lerry Silvcrman's one-piece dress in a red jumper effect with black semi-dolman sleeves, Kaspcr for Joan Leslie intro- duced a grey-flannel jumper that looks like a frost-pleated skirt and short tunic, ft is worn will: a pale beige silk blouse. The jumper comes in every tall-important fabric from gry flannel to satin, from ga- bardine to velvet, and of course in matto jersey, a fall favorite. Jeremy, for exam- ple, showed a fuzzy plaid tweed jersey jumper with cap sleeves, worn over a ticifie sweater. This cap or a short sleeve is populnr nnd suggests more of a one- than a two- piece look. Jeremy also used the cap- Bhouldcr-sleeve in a black knit jumper with a deep front V, worn over a satin shirt. Jumpers also appear for late-day wear. Oscar de la lienta teamed a floor-length navy satin jumper with dol- man-sleeved croanvanrt-navy (lolled satin Often cas- ualness prevails for evening since the jumper itself has a sportive look. Anne Klein's long plaid jumper is worn with a turtlcneck sweater. There arc also oilier jumper looks lor fall, as in its skirts. Hen; Pat Sandier docs a bias skirt for his late-day plaid vel- vet jumper nnd Knspcr's Hip skirt adds extra youthfulness to his black-and-wtiile check jumper with its black ribbed sweater. Malcolm Starr's vio- let crochet jumper goes ele- gant with satin h i n d i n g. Jumpers even go all-out for- mal with halter necklines and bar hacks. Geoffrey [Scene is undoubt- edly fall's jumper king. He has always favored jumper styles. "They give a young look and are enhancements to a woman's he says. Ileene showed a series of black jumpers as part of his costume look to team with vivid-color toppers. He also has a new jumper silhouette, lie calls il his harness jumper, using a narrow panel front almost like a bib. They allow more of the underneath sweater or shirt to show. He teams them for daytime with sweaters, as a dove-grey jersey with while ribbed sweater. For evening there's a silk shirt. One floor-length version was in grey flannel with a white silk crepe shirt. DKAR ANN LANDKItS: Sooner or later you hit evety- 1 got mine last week, ft was the letter from the wife who said "The Other Woman" was tar mother-in-law. So Is mine. When I first met Jeff I knew be was devoted to his mother and I respeclcd him for it. His hang-up didn't bo- come apparent until six years ago, when his father died. Since then it lias been one. hellish nightmare after another. II started when Jeff began inviting his mother for week- ends that sometimes lasted five days. When she wasn't here, they were on trio phone discussing everything from relatives to pea soup. Then lie became critical of my cooking. Finally, I couldn't fry an egg until he called his mother to find out how SHU did it. When he started to call her and I knew something was squirrely. Three years ago i turned to" the liottlc. I look back at those days with shame. Finally I had to seek psychiatric help. Today I am able to accept the fact that 1 will never be first in Jell's life. I have survived a stereo gift (he sur- prised her, and me, I have teen able to swallow the vacation Ihey took together because I couldn't get my vaca- tion when he got hi.s. I've quietly countenanced his taking Mama to dinner when I've Ixxm ill. These things hurt hut I can tolerate them sober now, and that's a big improvement. 1 still love him, which proh.-.hly means f'm a little sick, too, but he's a great father and I'm glad I decided to keep our family together. Each night I pray that f will be a better molhcr-in-law than the one I have. I also pray that the good Lord will help me stop hating her so much. Fiddle Dear Fiddle: I hope you make it. Hale is like can do more damage to the vessel in which it is stored than to the object on which it is poured. FOR YOUR SUMMER MEALS I PEACHES PEARS MRS. MILNE'S 14-oz. tins %f for .00 .00 MRS. MILNE'S................................. 14-oz. tins tor MRS. MILNE'S PALM, csst. pints 14-01. tins .00 SHERBERT PALM, asst. pinls for for Relish ..i2 89c 4 89c 3 1.00 Kidney OQC Spaghetti jar 77t f 3 Tomato Juice 43.01. 2 ,or89c Q QQ z. O 'ir O7C THURSDAY 9 A.M. at BENEFIT SHOES 150 PAIR LADIES' BRAND NAME SHOES ten times belter, so they allow a child to help himself. Bicks Sweet Mix 48-oz. j on Bicks Yum Yum 48-oz. jar OVC Pickles 48-o, 89c Mushrooms 2 far 89c Apple Juice Kon 2 79c Western Family 19-oz. 3 for 89c 'Value'Village MEATS PHONE 327-5295 J Ml RIB STAHVK-IN The Unitarian Service Corn- millco, received a cheque for from ;i srcnntirtry school in British Columbia. The money was raised through a j starve-in which lasted for Ti2 lioiirs. USC Headquarters is nl 5G Sparks Si reel, Ottawa KlP 5B1. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE STEAKETTES SAUSAGE BOSTON BLUEFISH alue'Village 6 fo o pound Alberta Gold -RITE SLASH PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 PRUNE PLUMS DOUBLE KNIT SUITS Siics 38 to 46. RUNNERS Arch support 10-1 1. HoJp Ihose big feet. Reg. 3.95 79C SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 89.50 39 .50 BLAZERS (35 ONLY) PolyeslorFortrcl Sizes 30-46 for tall urtd regular. Reg. 49.50 .95 29 SLACKS Never press. Sizes 30-40. Reg. 15.00 .50 7 SUMMER JACKETS Sizes 38 to 46. Reg. 9.95 .95 4 Refl. 5.95 DRESS SLACKS G.W.G. Polyester Sizes 30-40. latest fashions. Reg. 22.50 .25 Now 1.95 11 SUITS (23 ONIY) Double-h masted. Sizes 36 to 40. Reg. 69.50 lo 79.50 1950 SWEATERS Belted Sleeveless Assl. summer shades. Reg. 12.00 .95 5 WASHINGTON SNO BOYS or -lb. box 2 CALIFORNIA SUN GRANDE NECTARINES GREEN PEPPERS ONIONS SILVERSKIN, B.C. NO. 1 SMALL BAKERY Phone 327-2424 j JAM BUNS DOZ. CHOCOLATE FUDGE LAYER CAKE 69' EACH DATE LOAF CAKE 45' EACH 318 5th ST. S. ALTERATIONS EXTRA _ NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES OPEN THURS. FRI. 1IU 9 P.M. PHONE 327-4210 AT THE CORNER OF ond AVENUE S. ;