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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta English villages protect tradition of Morris dancing THAXTED, England (CP) Although its origins go back to pagan times, Morris dancing still thrives in many English villages. Originally, the dance was connected with fertility rites but through the centuries it became a form of communal entertainment'. Some authorities say it first appeared in England during the Crusades and others that the soldiers returning home from France during the Hundred Years' War (1338- 1453) took it to England and that it originated in France, Flanders or Spain. Because Morris dancers sometimes blackened their faces, and some still do, it was thought that the name Morris might be a corruption of the word Moorish, although the dance was known before the Moors came to Spain. The blackening of faces probably followed an ancient tradition which kept the identities of the dancers secret for superstitious reasons. But wherever the Morris dance came front, it is a popular entertainment in England and there are numer- ous annual festivals, favorite dates being Whitsun and May Day. DONATIONS BRING LUCK There .are usually eight dancers, all men, in a "side" or team and they dance to traditional music supplied by an accordion and fiddle or a pipe and tabor. Traditional Morris characters who do not take part in the dancing but amuse the crowd are the Fool and the Hobby Horse. During the 16th century such characters as Robin Hood and Maid Marian found their way into the tradition. A Bagman collects coins and these donations are supposed to bring luck. The dancers wear white trousers and shirts with colorful waistcoats or braces and straw hats bearing flowers. Small bells stitched onto pieces of colored leather are bound around the dancers' lower trouse legs and jingle as they dance. The Cotswold Hills, southwest of the English Midlands, are an important source of Morris dancing traditions'. The tunes and steps vary from place to place. It was at the village of Headington, near Oxford, that the Cotswold Morris dancing tradition was revived after a decline due to poor social conditions in the last century. Cecil Sharp, founder of the English Folk Dance Society in 1910, had seen the Headington Morris dancers in 1899 and travelled from village to. village recording the steps and music. As a result of Sharp's work new Morris teams were formed and six of them joined to form the Morris Ring in 1934. Membership of the ring now totals almost 100 teams or clubs and many more all over the country are recognized. Saturday, March 1f, 1174 THE LETHBHIDOE HERALD 35 Fashion designers re-introduce suits to spring ensemble MR. AND MRS. CALVIN JOHN MALACKO Malacko Plomp NOW OPEN! Lethbridge's newest Photographic Studio 416-13th Street North, Lethbridge Phones 327-7449, Res. 328-3523 We are now Booking Weddings for the Spring and Summer Season Ut ut show you our beautiful Conttmporwy Colour Cover- age and Him you decMe. ALSO Anniversaries, Family Reunions, Parties, PHOTO FRAMES SUM FASTPHOTOFINISHINQ PASSPORT PHOTOS PHOTO RESTORATION Miss Gay Lily Wilma Plomp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Plomp, was recently united in marriage with Calvin John Malacko, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Malacko. All are of Lethbridge. Rev. K Jordan officiated at the double ring ceremony which took place in First United Church. Singing for the occasion was Roselyn Bryant. Deborah Schroter was maid of honor, with bridesmaids Sheila Plomp, sister of the bride; and Sheryl Malacko, sister of the groom. Flower girl was Tammy Thompson, niece of the bride, with ringbearer Stephen Malackc, brother of the groom. Best man was Victor Bryant of Pin cher- -Creek. Groomsmen were Louis Racz .and John Plomp, brother of the bride. Ushers were Len Zoeteman of Fort Macleod and Jim Malacko, brother of the groom. A reception and dance were held at the Eagles Hall, with Terry Thompson, brother-in- law of the groom as master of ceremonies. Jack Plomp proposed the toast to the bride, and Wendy Malacko was in charge of the guest book. Following a honeymoon in Arizona, the couple has taken up residence in Stirling. May vows Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Loose of Magrath are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Ronald Masuda, son of Mrs. Tsuruye and the late Mr. Shiro (Mickey) Masuda of Raymond. The wedding will take place on May Cooper Chesney Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given 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 report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE A P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE THERMO-ENQRAVED Wedding Statione v So dear to a bride's heart when expertly prepared by the professionals! just Call Our beautiful Invitation line proves ,xq1'site and "whMimSp you r raised lettering, craftsmanship-vet costing so little! Come 7771 LcU CafcfVam Decora at 562-2149, BWrmore Located in LETHBRIDGE HERALD BUILDING The United Church in Foremost was the setting for the recent exchange of wedding vows between Miss Katherine Elizabeth Chesney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chesney; and Allan James Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper, All are of Etzikom. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Robert D. Mitchell, with soloist Karen Traxler and organist Adele Wilson of Foremost. Matron of honor was Carol Wilson of Lethbridge, with Gladys Ghesney as bridesmaid. Both are sisters of the bride. Best man was the groom's brother, Tom, with groomsmen Butch Wilson of Lethbridge. Ushers were Ken Erdmann of Calgary and Gary Hobbs. Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Stewart of Lethbridge wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Sandra Grace, to Michael F. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rogers of Victoria. The wedding will take place on June 29 at 3 p.m. in McKillop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Duffy are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Colleen Ann, to Garry Malcolm Baceda, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G Baceda. All are of Lethbridge The wedding will take place on May 4 at p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Church. WEDDING DAYS WALTER GIOUK and CORINNE KOMETZ LETHBRIDGE FOR THAT ONCE IN A LIFETIME TRULY FINE PORTRAIT Engagement and Wedding Photos. Our Specialty An open house and dance were held at the Etzikom Community Hall, with grace by Betty Cooper, the groom's mother. Toasts were proposed by Tom Cooper and Butch Wilson. The couple has taken up residence in Etzikom. NEW YORK (CP) Suits and two-piece dresses are back in the fashion news this spring after being largely replaced in recent years by the costume of dress with jacket or coat. Pantsuits still are in most manufacturers' lines. But more and more skirts are to be seen on city streets. The skirted suit can be elegant or casual. Pleats are almost compulsory, but wrapped and bias skirts are also popular. However, the eye can be de- ceived. "What seems like a suit is more often a dress with reported fashion au- thority Eleanor Lambert in her forecast at the American Designer Showings for the press. Kaper has a number of these non-suit suits in his collection for Joan Leslie. He describes them as "pared down, unconstructed with roomy jackets, tiny tank tops and fluid shirtings." They include a slouch jacket ensemble with deepsleeved cardigan over a skimmer dress and a striped horizontal weave knit dress with a patterned cardigan. SUITS TRAVEL WELL Adele Simpson presents a spring-and-after suit in jac- quard cotton. She also likes shaped jackets over swingy bias skirts. Jerry Silverman also offers suits that travel well. One is a pin dot on black woven cotton, worn with a white blouse and red tie. Some suit components have multiple functions, like Oscar de la Renta's long jacket with open neckline, which looks right either with his heap- hipped full skirts or his straight-legged pants. Colors for daytime may be pale and neutral or vivid and clean as .new paint, said Miss Lambert. Bright red seems the dominant color among the vivids and carries such descriptive names as red furry, poppy, Chinese lacquer red and flame. Blues are called cornflower, Bristol blue, electronic and canton blue. There is also a lot of celery and Kelly green and some lemon or sun yellow, marigold and orange. The pale shades include pure white, cream and ivory as well as platinum, raw sugar beige, sand and oatmeal. Leo Narducci likes the combination of ecru with navy or coffee and chamois with wine and olive green. And, of course, for spring there's always navy. One de- signer calls the season's shade midnight hour navy. Girls helped VANCOUVER (CP) Reva Dexter, counsellor at Eric Hamber secondary school, complains: "As soon as I start to stir things up at school .1 get notes saying 'cut out that women's lib stuff." Sh.e says girls are discriminated against in schools. "Women have to de- velop some sort of positive self-concept. But the way things are structured this is difficult to do." BRYAN WILSON Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary Wedding Photography has changed. at A. Cross Studio the difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO 321-0111 Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I. Austring are pleased to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Linda Gayle, to Robert Naaman Budd, son of Mrs. Vernie B. Budd and the late Mr. Naaman K. Budd of Vulcan. The wedding trill take place on May 4 in the Letabridge Pentecostal Tabernacle. Your Guide For Gift Giving GIFT REGISTRY When a bride wishes our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for years to come. Family and friends may consult these records as they shop for wedding gifts... and later at anniversary and holiday times. Our Bride List. Irene Szumlas Alenka Kueder Valerie Percevault Trudy Kreft Merline Stewart Linda Ferguson Gayte Scroggte Marilyn Christensen Shauna Tolman Vaterie Stauth Maurene Porter Linda Austring Julie (varies Kathi Fiedler Oariene Boss Valerie Clark Beverly Horgus Sharon Biumell Leona Fauth DOWNTOWN ;