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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jun. J3, 1973 THE LfTHBRIDGE HERALD 17 A. E. CROSS photo July vows Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. French of Lethbridge ore pleased to announce the engagement of their only daugh- ter, Gail Barbara Jane, to Mr. Melvin James Fletcher, youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. Elmo E. Fletcher of Cards- ton, formerly of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on July 21 in the Alberta Temple. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm writing to you because you are the problem. I've been married to this man for 18 years. He is a good person and I trust him com- pletely. But the idiot has a crush on you. He has at least ten pictures of you pasted here and there in the house- small ones that he has cut out of your column. He collects them from var- ious papers and each one is different. He keeps buying out-of-town papers in search of a new picture of Ann Landers. When he finds it he chortles with glee and tapes it to his bathroom mirror, the DEAR ANN LANDERS: Regarding the menopausal woman who asiked you to help her find the words to tell friend husband she is no long- er intestested in sex: Per- haps her problem is more psychological than physical. H it's true, as she says, that her husband has "no respect for her then perhaps her inability to respond to him sexually might be an expression of her resentment rather than the tired excuse that Mother Nature has decreed her sex life is over. refrigerator door or some other ridiculous place. When he read in the paper that you were going to be on the Dinah Shore Show he stayed home from work half a day to see it. At first I thought it was very funny but I am not laughing anymore. Any advice for a darned fool in Ohio? Jealous DEAR. J: A man who has been married 18 years is a little old to be playing with paper dolls. And that's ex- actly what he's doing. But cheer up, honey, and be thankful it's me. You have nothing to worry about. If my husband let me know he had no respect for my judgment, I wouldn't be very affectionate either. If this is the lady's problem, I suggest that she see a counsellor on the way home from the gyne- cologist. A Pragmatist DEAR PRAG: There are many effective medicines that can help replenish the waning supply of estrogen if THAT'S the problem. If it's another problem, there's help for that, too, and a com- petent gynecologist should suggest it. Ask Mm. 5ne day like aao other LOVE IS Photographer Ed Keeling Inviting the "BEST MAN" To Capture and Portray Your Very Own Personal Love Story As Seen Through The Bride's Misfy Eyes. RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd S. 328-0222 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM GRAHAM VANSICKLE Vansickle Clelland Rev. L. D. Hankinson per- formed the recent double-ring marriage ceremony uniting Miss Margo Jean Clelland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Milton Clelland of Lethbridge and Mr. William Graham Van- sickle, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Graham Vansickle of Napanee, Ontario. The wedding took place in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with Mr. Trevor Bennett as or- ganist and Mrs. Patsy Jensen as soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Kar- en Clelland, sister of the bride, Long. Mr. Allan Salsbury of Cam- den East, Ont., was best man, with Mr. Murray MacCausland of Woodstock, Ont. as usher. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, with master of ceremonies Mr. Roy Ellis. Mr. Mel Dunham of Grande Prairie proposed the toast to the bride and Miss Kathy Lynn of Toronto attended the guest book. Telegrams were received from Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Australia and England. The couple travelled to and have taken up residence in Toronto where both will com- plete their education- A. E. CROSS photo MR. AND MRS. TERRY NOBUO HORII Horii Bouw