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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sotu.ddy, fttroory 13, 1971 THE HEWWD For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor rftiS pendulum never stops swinging. We just got rid of the mini and ignoiecl the midi, and now we have a whole new fashion gig to dispose hot pants syndrome. Hot pants is the name being given to the rela- tively new short, short, cool to say the least, and apparently going over like a pair of new lenses in England. Hot pants may be the name, but cover up is going to be the game if they ever get past the retailer's counter. Mind you, with all the scenery showing with the mini, one can never be sure whether women ever lake a rear view look at themselves or not. 1 expect they note the ill-formed male appen- dages in knee socks and brogues and say "I can't look worse than that" and they may be right. We maybe have finally exhausted all the cov- erings for feminine gams, tile mini, the maxi, the midi, pant suits and now shorts. If there's anything left, no matter how kooky or unattractive, you may be sure that there's a male designer somewhere who mil think of it, and a fe- male kook to wear it. Would you believe that the morning you wake up bright and fresh is one when you don't have to get up early at all... that one cup of gingerale is really higher in calories tlian one ounce of scotch whisky 80 to 73. The Kinsmen Sportsman's dinner is over for an- other year, and another tight schedule it was for Kin organizers to get the busy sports figures in the city and out again for their next speaking engage- ment. It's due to this lack of extra time that the young- sters, who love to see the pros in the field don't get more of a chance to meet these well-known figures. A few years ago when Gayle Savers of the Chi- cago Bears came to the big dinner, he went around and talked to high school footballers. He took time with them and came across in living color. Others have also given of what time they could and what the Kinsmen could arrange while they're here. There are complications on both sides, mainly with dollar signs but it seems a shame a father-sou deal couldn't be worked out somehow, sometime, with somebody. Sex reseu ST. LOUIS (AP) Dr. William H. Masters said here he married his colleague in sex research, Mrs. Virginia Johnson, last month in Flav- etteville, Ark. Masters and his wife, who will continue to esearchers ived be known professionally as Mi's. Johnson, run the re- productive Biology Research Foundation in St. Louis. They wTote a 1966 best-seller, Hu- man S'exual Response, after 10 years of research. -I HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAlt 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be givsn 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 rspori form, (available at The REPORT ONLY....... 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to 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 Iwo column picture with trm write-up would be DEADUNt FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK HOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald Forthcoming marriage Ur. and -Mrs. John Mc- of l-ethbridge are pleased to announce the fonh- i- o m n g marriage ci their daughter, Judy Maureen, to Mr. Dennis Neil Stady. son of Mr. and .Mrs. George Stady of Mor- inville. Alberta. The wedding will take plate on Saturday, April 10 at li p.m. in Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. B. Odorski of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Helen Eugenja to Mr, Jim Glen Ran- dall ScUacter. son of Mrs. R. Schlacter of Leihbridge. The wedding will take place on March 13. Mi-, and Mi's. Anthony V j Yackulic of Leth bridge are pleased to announce the en gagemem and forthc o m i n g marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Ann to Mi. Rudolph A. Nieuwendyk, son of Mr. and Mrs, Henry A. Nieuwendyk of Leiituridge. The wedding will take place March 20, at 2 p.m. in Lady of Assumption Church in 1. e t li- bridge. Mr. and .Mrs. Deltwrt Kie- mele of Cardston are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Darlene. to Mr. ford Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson, of The wedding will take place on March 6 at (i p.m. ill the Cardston United Church. 's Daughters install officers Norman Harnell's hot pants Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please give me a professional answer. old-fashioned horse sense is not enough. Here's the problem: When my husband and I visit the homes of friends, the hostess usually says (after about half an hour) "Do you want a cup of coffee or a soft We invariably reply. "No thank you. Don't bother." Most hostesses then say, "O.K." and they never mention it again. They feel as if they've performed their duty. When my husband and I have guests I always ask, "What would you prefer coffee, tea, or a soft Usually the guests specify a preference. I have always felt it is rude not to encourage a guest to have some refreshment. Sly husband says 1 am wrong and that I shouldn't push it. Do you agree with him or with me? DEAR F.S.: I'm with you. Most visitors enjoy refresh- ments. The gracious hostess makes the suggesion in a way that encourages an affirmative answer. Stay with your old- fashioned horse sense, honey. It's belter than any professional opinion. DEAK ANN LANDERS: 1 am a 16-year-old girl with a problem I can't talk to anyone about. My older sister is 20 and not married. She lives about 100 miles from here. Rose- mary out of the house about a year ago to take a cashiers job in a restaurant (My folks were against it.) I have reason to believe that Rosemary has had a baby within the last month. She has always been overweight and could have been pregnant without showing anything. When I saw her eight weeks ago she was wearing a smock which she ehvays wore to work, so I didn't think anything of it. My question is, should I say something to my parents? I am almost positive my hunch is correct. Don't you think Mom and Dad have the right to know whether or not they are grandparents? Also I would like to know if I am an aunt. I will take your advice. It is usually right. Undecided DEAR UN: Keep quiet. If your sister did give birth she obviously did not keep the child, so there is nothing to cele- brate. Exposing her secret would serve no useful purpose. I repeat: Keep quiet. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My cousin and I married brothers of European background. Our in-laws have been in this coun- try for over 20 years. They speak good English when they want to. but they don't want to when my cousin and I are around.. Last night my husband was saying something to me in English. My father-in-law interrupted in their native tongue. My husband then responded in their native language and I couldn't understand one single word after that. I'm sure his dad told him to stop talking English. My cousin and I have had several arguments with our husbands about this. We feel they should have enough re- spect for us to tell their parents to speak English in our presence. Our husbands refuse to do ii. What's the answer? of Babel DEAR BABS: You and your cousin should have long since- learned some words in your in-laws' native tongue. It would have demonstrated a desire to he bonafide members of Iho tribe. And it would have endeared you to them permanently. Get your husbands to toach you some words and phrases. Try them out on the in-laws soon. It will improve the re- lationship immensely. BONUS OFFER! Send in a or more Dry Cleaning Order Wo Will Give You A Coupon Book Each Book Contains Ten 10% Discount Tickets ACT NOW! OFFER LIMITED! LEE DUCK CLEANERS 330 13lh SI. N. I---------------------- Phone 357-2770 APPLICATION fORM hfire is my order. Hiis Me to Your Bonus Oiler NAME ADDRESS love giving him a, Valentine you made The officers of Bethel Nu. Two of the International Order oi Job's Daughters recently held the ceremony of installa- tion. The theme for Die esening was His Praying Hands with Jess Matlock as muster of cere- monies. fnstalled were: Laura Story, honored queen; Terry Thorn- ton, senior princess; Pat Band, junior princess: Kathy Turner, guide; Gayle Benjamin, mar- shal; Laraine Grey, treasurer, Betty Avery; chaplain; Aria Caiman, first messenger; Maria White, second messeng- er; Daphne Eccles. third mes- sengcr; Kalhy Henderson, fourth messenger; Carol Ec- cles, fifth messenger; Delaine Stuber. librarian and senior custodian; and Kelly Sinclair, junior custodian. Retiring honored queen, Mad- eline Wray, was assisted in the installation by Peggy Wray. in- stalling guide, PHQ; Judy Ris- ler, installing marshal, PHQ; tiiere Flam, installing chap- lain: Leslie Story, installing rcairJw: Bai'ij Barnes, install- ing junior custodian; Jane Pat- er.son, installing senior custo- .dian: and Hill Gore-Hickinan, j uLs'.aliing musician. Kscoris for the evening i the Lellibridge Order of De- j .Molay. Joy is Like the Rain was sung by Gloria, Chris, and Robin Sumption. APRIL VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Peter George of Lelh- bridge are pleased lo an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage o f their only daughter, Sheilagh Margaret to Mr. Graham Brian Wilson, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wilson of Wetaskiwin. The wedding will take place on April 17 at 7 p.m. in Wetaskiwin. today's FUNNY TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle announce the engagement of their younger daughter, Linda Susan, to Mr. David Jennings Crawford, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Alvin Crawford of Flossmoor, Illinois. Miss Doyle was graduated from The Baldwin School, 3ryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and will graduate from Northwestern University with a bachelor of science in Journalism this spring. Mr. Crawford, who attended Culver Military Academy, has a bachelor of arts from Northwestern University and is currently completing his m aster- of science degree at that university. The wedding will take place August 21 at Southminster Church, Lethbridge. 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