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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jum 2, 1973 THE IETHBRIDOI HERAID 21 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just returned to the office after a delightful lunch with a friend. I was in a great mood, loving the world and everyone in it. Then I step- .ped into an enormous glob of pink chewing gum right outside the building here. I tried to dislodge the gum and broke the heel off an expensive pair of shoes. As I -was limping to my desk I encountered the asinine face of a woman I work with chewing away a mile a min- ute, as she always is, with that frowsy, dumbbell look on her face. What is wrong with people that they don't know how they look to others, their mouths open so wide you can see their ton- sils? The whole gum scene DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our neighbors have a re- tarded son. He is about 12 or 13 years old but his behavior level is around five. He is a very sweet child, pleasant and polite, but it is apparent he is mentally defective. The reason I am writing is that his 15-year-old sister is ashamed of the lad and doesn't want her boy friends to see him. She is afraid it will damage her socially. When she brings boys home from school she insists that her brother stay in his room, out of sight. The parents insist they don't want their normal chil- dren to suffer because of the retarded child, so they have gone along with the girl's re- DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 13 years old and I have two problems. My mother and my dad. They are in good health, not crippled or any- thing. Yet they run me around from morning till night doing things they could do for themselves, if they weren't so lazy. It's "Get me this. Get me that. Go here. Go there. Find this. Find that." It's Me I was a ser- vant or something. If I ask them to go get something for me, I get a NEIL EDWARD BOYDEN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boyden of lethbridge, recently received his B.A. degree at the University of lethbridge. Upon receiving his leaching certificate Neil has accepted a position in Coaldale, with the County of Lethbridge. makes me furious. And then to step in it and wreck my shoes Please, Ann Landers, say something in your column about this? If people MUST cnew gum, ask them not to spit it out on the sidewalk wbere it can literally ruin a person's day. Can't Bear 'Em DEAR BEAR: Happy to: DEAR READERS: If any cf you are chomping on gum, with a frowsy, dumbbell look en your face, kindly stop it. And won't you please dispose of your gum by wrapping it in a piece of paper first and not just throw it were anoth- er nice reader might step in it? Thanks, chums. quest. My husband and I think it is appalling. Please write your views, Ann. We know they read your column every in Iowa DEAR IOWA: The girl's attitude was shaped long be- fore she had boy friends, and it is a sad commentary on the upbringing she received from her parents. The young lady should have been taught many years ago that her brother is a very special child and he needs extra love and understanding. I hope those parents will check their phone book for the address of the local association for men- tally retarded children and request their literature. They need educating. dirty look. Why is it OK. for parents to chase their kids all over, but kids aren't sup- posed to ask their parents to do anything? Doer DEAR DOER: Yes, it's fair. In the Army it's re- ferred to as R.H.I.P. (Rank Has Its Privileges.) Children should be glad to repay their parents for all the BIG favors they got when they were babies. Who diap- ered you, fed you, walked the floor with you, stayed home with you, worried about you when you were sick, taught you how to walk and talk? So you go find your dad's eyeglasses. Big deal. Summer vows June ceremony MR. AND MRS. WALTER EMIL, FENSKE Fenske Beddoes Miss Maisie Gwendllien Bed- does of Fort Macleod, daugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beddoes of Climax, Sask., was recently united in marriage with Mr. Walter Emil Fenske of Barnwell, son of the Sate Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fenske of Manyberries, in a double- ring ceremony held in Trinity United Church. Mr. Peter Walker officiated at the 'exchange of vows, with J announce Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soder- berg are pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh- ter Karen Lee, to Mr. Perrin Thomas Kotkas of Calgary, for- merly of Barons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kotkas of Vulcan. The wedding will take plaes on July 21 at the Parkdale Uni- ted Church. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "What kind of eggs would you like to grumble at me about this ED KEELING BRYAN WILSON Bryan and Ed WILL CAPTURE AND PORTRAY YOUR VERY OWN PERSONAL LOVE STORY AS SEEN THROUGH THE BRIDES MISTY EYES CEREMONY FANTASIES HANDS AND RINGS STAINED GLASS SPOTLIGHTS CANDLELIGHT MISTIES ARE JUST A FEW New and Exciting Color Casuals A.E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 PHONES 328X1222 SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. organist Mrs. Lillian McLean and soloist Miss Colleen Chell. The bride was given in mar- riage by Mr. Grey Chester, a long-time friend of the family. Mrs. Norman Fenske of Barnwell, sister-in-law of the groom, was bridal attendant; with Mr. Harvey Fenske of Barnwell as best man. Ushers were Mr. Charlie Reach of Fort Macleod and Mr. Dennis Fenske of Barnwell. A reception was held in the Trinity church hall. Mr. and Mrs. Fenske will spend their honeymoon travel- ling through northern AToerta until October and will then go on a trip to Hawaii. Princess shatters tradition LONDON (AP) Princess Anne has chosen a young British designer who special- izes in ready-wear fashions to make her wedding dress. It is a bold break with tra- dition and the regal creations cf Norman Hartnell who sent Anne's mother, Queen Eliza- beth, her aunt, Princess Mar- garet, to their altars in stiff satin and sequins. Buckingham Palace an- nounced here that the prin- cess has picked Susan Small, a moderately-priced designer balanced between trend and taste. Her clothes are sensible rather than stunning, smart not sexy, and miles away from the haute couture here, in Paris and in Rome. Maureen Baker of Susan Small, who designed Princess Anne's wardrobe for her re- cent Ethiopian trip, said the princess has not yet decided on style, color or material. Anne's wedding to Lieut. Mark Phillips has been set for November. Fashion commentators are speculating that the princess may abandon the traditional tulle-heavy veil headdress in favor of a hat. No-one has been a stronger champion of the full-blown, brimmy hat than the 22-year- old princess. And Mrs. Baker, the shy, petite wife of a motor execu- tive, is known to be keen to get the princess out of high, frilled Edwardian into some- thing softer, perhaps a bias- cut chiffon or soft crepe in the fashionable 1920s style. Mr. Arnold H. Garrett of Raymond is pleased to announce the engagement of his youngest daughter Lavon, to Mr. Dennis W. Leavitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Leavitt of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on June 30 in the Alberta Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vander Woude of Nobleford pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Carolyn Beth to Mr. Stephen John Boxum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boxum of Lynden, Wash. The wed- ding will take place on July 20 at 5 p.m. in the Noblj- ford Christian Reformed Church. calendar or local kappen'maS The final class in the Fam- ily YMCA course for the home handiman, which was to have been held Monday, has been cancelled. The course is now concluded. An open house will be held In honor of retiring teachers at Fleetwood-Bawden School, Sun- day from 2 to 5 p.m. Former students, parents with children in the school and friends are invited to attend. The Women of the Moose No. 328 will hold a regular meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. The Minus One Club will hold a regular meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in Southminster Hall. The regular meeting of Lau- vtlt cowtin qr