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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 14, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Doris Clark Aunt wants niece, 15, to start dating DEAR DORIS: I can't understand my sister and her husband. They are thumbs down on letting their daughter go out, even though she has turned 15. A lovely bpy, just 17, has asked her out and she has come to me with her sad story. She is a mature sensible girl, ahead of most others at school, and mixes well with people. I know her parents have discussed sex education with her; and I think her father would let her go out if her mother was agreeable. But mother thinks 16 is the very youngest for dating. What do you think is proper? This niece tells me the other girls in her class are allowed to go out, and she only wants this permis- sion for very special oc- casions not all the time. Concerned Aunt. DEAR CONCERNED: A person has to use a lit- tle judgment. Some girls are still pretty clueless and timid about handling a date, even at 15. Others have mastered the art of getting along with both boys and girls at the tender age of 12. From what you say, your niece could do very nicely; .the sooner she starts dating, the more practice she will get and the more ability she will have in making good choices later. DEAR DORIS: I am 17 and I like a teacher very much. He is in his early twenties. When we meet in the hallway he says "hi" to me first and smiles at me. I have known him quite a while and am sure of my feelings about him. He is single and so am I. Blue. DEAR BLUE: Better come down off your pink cloud before you fall down. Having crushes on the teacher is a habit of students your age a delicious agony while it New John Deere Four-Wheel-Drive Tractors Come see 'em do their stuff at Farming Frontiers '75 These new 215-hp (175 PTO hp) and 275-hp (225 PTO hp) power packages open up entirely new horizons of productivity. They're John Deere through and through, including the fabulous comfort of the Sound-Gard8 body. See 'em do their stuff at our Farming Frontiers '75. WARNER ELKS CLUB Wednesday, January 29th p.m. Drawings will be made for numerous door prizes! LUNCH PROVIDED! ANDERSON SUPPLIES Warner, Alberta Phones: Sales 642-3845; Parts 643-3944 CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL CANADIAN SHORT STORY MAGAZINE 518-26 Street South, Lethbridge Phone 329-0493 STARTS JANUARY, 1975 SUBSCRIPTION: for 1975 Name Address CLIP THIS COUPON AND MAIL COMPLETE SELL-OUT DURING All Fall Garments must be s t L Cabretta, quilt lined and zip in lining. Size 10 to to to to to fH f pi o EH nUW- ce4 CUD Pftl 1 ADC Buy one untrimmed coat and purchase a F Ull uULLfllld mink, fox or coon collar. to 50. -Entire stock ,of long coats, tweeds, FAB FUR FUNG FULL LEN6TH COATS Large selection of. si- 250 to choose wools, plaids, camel FUN Persian lamb fitch, seal, novelty to As low 10 to 46. and V, to Reg. to to 1Q95 NOW. Reg. to RQ9' -T f PRICE SHORTIE and length, stock. Sizes 10 to 24 quantities. wools, plaids, 10 to 44. Many fur and long Otter Rig. 10 69.95 14.9S n Vfl0 UP HOUSECOATS Long and short at specially Reduced JACKETS HOODED PARKAS Reg. to _ _ specialize in large sizes! A full line of Snic All Sales Final. No Exchanges, No t J I 618 3rd Ave. South west of Canada ;