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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers .DEAR ANN: Five years ago I met the man I had been waiting for all my life. We were the game age, neither of us had ever married. He was a charming, intelligent, handsome, fun, and had a good job. People said we were the perfect couple. But he wasn't ready to settle down. Be- cause I loved him, I was patient. Suddenly, after two years, he announced that he was going to marry his. secretary, a divorcee with two children. I learned they had been having an affair for years. She married at IB, was divorced three years later, went to work for my friend and chased him shamelessly. Finally she told him if he wouldn't marry her she would marry someone else. He fell for it. The following year I married a widower with a young child. He is a wonderful man and we have a good mar- riage, but it lacks the radiant glow I once knew. Last week I received a call from my ex-love, His mar- riage is a mess. He misses me. He made a horrible mis- take. He'll leave her if I'll get a divorce and marry him. Of course I said no. But I die when I think of what we might have had together. I feel a deep bitterness to- ward a woman who would break up a relationship as per- fect as ours. How can people be so DEAH DENVER: I'm not pinning any good conduct med- als on Miss Rotten but she didn't exactly knock your boy- friend on the head and carry him off. He chose her when he' could have had you and don't forget it. I'm glad you had the good sense to tell him to get lost. I also have a sneaking suspicion that the man you married is by far the better of the two. Yes, even minus the "radiant glow." DEAR ANN LANDERS': For years I allowed my little poodle to ride with me in the the floorboard, or on the seat next to me. No yesterday. My daughter and I were going to the market and Muffy was on the floor, at her feet. My daughter moved suddenly and startled her. She jumped to my side of the car, right in front of the brake pedal. At that very moment we were approaching an intersection and the light was changing. I struggled to get my foot on the brake pedal but Muffy was In the way. 1 tried getting her with my hands, shoving her aside with my foot, but It was Impossible. I finally yelled to my daughter to get her. She in time. I ran the stop light and miraculously avoided slamming into anottier car. We stopped just short of jumping the curb. Never again will I let our dog on the floorboard. From now on she sits beside me or stays at My Lesson DEAR L.: Your letter is a good reminder that pets can distract a driver. Thank you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: The letter from the wife who wrote to say her husband was a good man but he never remembered her birthday jogged loose some pleasant memor- ies. My mother had the same problem but she solved it when I was eight years old. I remember UK occasion vividly. Mama's birthday was on January 18. On January 17 she tacked a large poster on the door of the kitchen. It read: CLOSED TOMORROW W HONOR OF MY BIRTHDAY. Dad got the hint and took the whole family out to dinner on Mama's birthday the next night. She light-heartedly tacked up that postra- every year on January 17 and Dad continued to honor the tradition. Last year Mom died of a heart attack. She was stricken'on January 19. Dad said he was sure she waited still after her birthday to die because she so enjoyed that night out. It's a iweet thought, but I half believe it, too. Incidentally, Mom loved your column and so do Reader DEAR READER: Your mother was a wise woman. She knew that often it is easier and less hazardous to reach one's destination by travelling the back roads rather than the busy highway. Thanks for a heart-warming letter. Please send Inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI. 60611. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In TheUtMwidgeHemU All weading reports, marriage and engagement announcement) will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald'i Saturday edilioR each week. Special requesti for publication on ether ipecific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the fallowing formst Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ON1Y 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would tw additional to that provided on The Hfirald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c count lint.-. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be SI0.00. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK fOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Herald EVENING FASHIONS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Designer Norman Norrell dis- played his new collection in New York this week. Left is o creation of shimmering red sequins over a tight black organza paillette-studded sheath, breaking into a swirly ruffle below the knee. A pussy cat bow is the highlight of a green organdy blouse teamed with solidly beaded panls in matching green, right. A Calendar Of Local happenings Chapter 100 of Tops Club meets every Monday afternoon at p.m. in the base- ment of St. Augustine's Angli- can Church, 4 Ave. and n St. S. On Monday, Mrs. Terry Oyler will be the feature speaker. All interested persons are welcome. For further in- formation please phone 323- 6347 or 328-3961. FOE bingo tonight at 8 p.m. in the Eagles hall. Jackpot is in 52 numbers. Everyone welcome. The annual meeting of the WA to the Letfobridge Aux- iliary Hospital, 9 Ave. and 17 St. S., will be held at p.m. Monday in the hospital lounge. Dessert will be served. Mem- bers are requested to be pre- sent and bring a friend. The past matrons of Laurel Chapter Nb. 43 OES, will meet in the Pemmican club rooms on Monday at 8 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. L. D. Turcotte and Mrs. E. G. Ward. All past ma- trons wtlcome. The regular meeting of the Major Burnett Past Noble Grands' Club will be held Tues- day at p.m. in the Odd- fellows Hall. Election and in- stallation of 1972 officers will take place. The VTWrl-A-Ways will boM square and round dancing in St. Augustine's parish hall on Monday at p.m. Round dance practice at p.m. All square and round dancers are welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The LA to ANAF will hold a general meeting in the club rooms on Monday at 8 p.m. Nominations and elections will be taken. A good turnout is re- quested since all members now have a vote. The Ladies of the Old Timers' Pemmican Club will hold a whist party Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the club rooms, 9th St. and 5th Ave. S. The Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will hold its monUily meeting on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bowman Arts Centre. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance learners' group will dance Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Sie Erie Rivers School. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Southminster square dance learners' group will dance Monday at 8 p.m. Jn Soutiimin- ster hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Members of the Ladies Aux- iliary to St. Michael's Hospital will hold the annual dinner meeting on Monday at p.m. Members are asked to meet in the nurses' residence. New members welcome. Minus One Club will hold a pot-1 u c k supper in Southmin- ster Church on Monday at B p.m. Music and dancing to fol- low. For further information contact, 327-1448 or 328-3772. '48 Unit of Southminster UCW will hold its regular meeting Monday at p.m. in flie lounge. St. Michael's Nurses' Alumni will hold a dinner meeting at p.m. on Wednesday in the hospital cafeteria. Election of officers will be held, and all members are urged to attend. Forthcoming marrages Mr. and Mrs. Doug Quayle of Lethbridge are proud to an- nounce Ule engagement of tlieir second daughter, Victoria Mae to Larry Hodgson, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hodgson of Nanton. The wedding will' take place April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schieh- Her of Coaldale, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma Jane, to Mr. Barry Wade Moroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mor- cbm of Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Leishner are pleased to announce the en- gegement of their daughter, Lorraine Susan, to Mr. Danny Pickett, son of Mr, and Mrs. Mearl Pickett, all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on February 12 at p.m. in St. A n d r e w' s Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alns- cough of Coutts are pleased to announce the engagement of their third daughter, Phyllis Anne, to Mr. Byron Burrows, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bar- rows of Milk River. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Jost of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Karen, to Mr. Bernie Fehr, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fehr of Abbotsford. Mi. and Mrs. Joe Dies of War- ner are pleased to announce the engagement of their young- est daughter, Victoria Renee, to Mr. David Neilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Neilson of Lethbridge. The wedding date is to be set at a later time. COALDM.E'5 NEW YEAR BABY New Year's baby is Groce, daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. Bob Holrrop of Coaldale. She was born at p.m. Sunday, Jan. 2, weigh- ing seven pounds, six ounces. She is the eighth child in the family. Mrs. James Fair presents an engraved silver cup to the winning baby on behalf of the Coaldals Com- munJty Hospital Auxiliary. MTS. Farr is auxiliary president. Tymburski Photo r, J.nuary II, TOI UTHKID6I HIMIO If MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL DEANE STAPIETON Slapleton-Bracken McKillop United Church was the scene for the exchange of vows between Karen Elaine Bracken, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bracken of Leth- bridge, and Mr. Michael Deane Stapleton, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M Stapleton of Peace River. Rev. H. W. K. Elliott officiated at lhe double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white crepe, trimmed with wide lace, and carried a cascade bouquet of roses and wliile carnations. The bride's attendants were Miss Darlene Thompson, maid of honor, and Miss Donna Bra- cken, sister of the bride, brides- maid. Miss Cindy Klasson, the bride's cousin, was flowergirl. All wore long purple gowns with mauve accessories and carried bouquets of mauve and white carnations. The groom's attendants were Mr. Jack Welch, cousin of the groom, and Mr. Edwin Deis- ting. Mr. Kelvin Bracken, broth- er of the bride, was ringbearer. Mr. V. J. Klasson and Mr. M. E. Holte, uncles of the bride, were ushers. A reception and dance Mow- ed at the Legion Memorial Hal! with the bride's uncle, Mr. P. J. Maynes, as master of cere- monies. The toast to the bride was given by her uncle, Mr. R. J. Hummel. Out-of-town guests were from Calgary, Balzac, Cremona, Ac- me, Rockyford, Strathmore, Hill Spring, Peace River, Cardston, Medicine Hal, Kinsella, and Grand-Cache, Alberta, Winni- peg, Manitoba, and Sunburst. Montana. The couple is residing in Leth- bridge. Napkini Gifli CalcB Topi Invitations Reply Cards Thank You Cards MclctiM DRY CLEANING SPECIALS! LADIES' OR MEN'S SUITS SI .49 (MIX OR MATCH) INCLUDING SHORT JACKET PANT SUITS, EACH LADIES' PLAIN ONE PIECE DRESSES NO CHARGE FOR PICK-UP AND DELIVERY BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS 1 317 10 STREET S. (MASONIC BIDS.) PHONE 3I7-S771 CLASSIC BOUTIQUE CLEARING OUT ALL DISCONTINUED LINES of DRESSES SLACKS GOWNS COATS REGULAR PRICE REDUCED UP TO 75% 323 6th St. S. Phent No future TURIN, Italy (AP) Police charged a married, 27-year-old factory foreman with the mur- der of his 15-year-old girl-friend and said he told them he had given her a poisonous pill be- cause "ours was a life without a future." love js thinking her kisses are sweet as candy. Mr. R. A. "Reg" Cross Is Pleased To Announce That He Has Resumed Management Of A.E. Cross Studio SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 ;