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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS-. Your slip is showing. When thai woman wrote to say her new brother-in-law made a poor impression from the moment he extended his hand and gave her ,a "dead fish you went right along with her and agreed that a firm handshake means "I am genuinely glad to meet you. Apparently you are one of the lucky people who knows nothing about arthritis. As one who has had it in my shoulder, elbow and fingers for ten years, I can tell you it's just plain hell when some- one grabs my hand and gives me one of those "I'm genu- inely glad to meet you" greet- ings. 1 usually extend my Iclt hand promptly, but once in a while I'm not quick enough, and it's agony. Please, Ann, print my letter, and while you are at it, lell the world that arthritis is not a disease that occurs only in people of advanced years. Many young people have it, too. I'm 36. Thank you. Iron Mountain, Michigan DEAR I.M.: Of course you are right, and I'm glad you wrote. Your letter provides me with an opportunity to tell the world something else. Arthritis costs industry about nine billion dollars a year for absenteeism and medical care. It is second only to res- piratory diseases in days lost from the job. Nobody dies from arthritis but it is a horrible crippler, can be excruciatingly painful, and we need to spend a lot more money on research to find out what' causes arthritis and how to arrest it or better yet, how to prevent it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Sooner or later everyb o d y sees himself in your column. I got mine today. I refer to the mother whose son gave her the silent treatment be- cause she couldn't stand the filth in his apartment and de- cided to clean the place up. Unfortunately, she accidental- ly threw out some of his im- portant papers. He was furi- ous and let her know it. T used to babysit for my daughter-in-law when they went out of town or had a sitter problem. When I say she wasn't the best housekeep- er in the world I am putting it gently. I soon discovered that whenever I cleaned her cupboards or closets or waxed her floors, my good inten- tions were interpreted as "fault finding." Her resent- ment came as a shock but it opened my eyes to the fact that some people want to live in tilth. Orderly -types, such as myself, should keep their mouths shut. and not try to "help." I, wonder how many other mothers saw themselves in your column today. Care to comment? Myopic And Happier DEAR MY: Dozens of wo- men wrote to express sim- ilar sentiments and I found it fascinating that nine out of ten women whose "help" was resented were mothers- mothers. Saturday, March 17, 1973 THI lETHMIDOt HIKALD 21 n (L-naaqemenfa a d Mr. and Mrs. George WhJIIle if Foremost are happy to an- nounce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Judith Anne, to .Ir. Loran McViltie, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Lotlis McVit- tie of Grande Prairie. The .wedding will lake place on July 7 in Grande Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Torkelson of Regina are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of Jan- et Elien Paton, younger daugh- ter of the late Mr. Jas R. Paton, to Mr. Derrek Paul Konrad, only son. of Mrs. Ann Seierstacl of Vauxhall. The wedding will take place on March 24 at 2 p.m. in Christ Lutheran Church, Kegina. Mr. and Mrs. James Kulka are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their daughter Shirley Louise, to Mr. Michael Fitzpatrick Gibb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gjbb, all of Picture Butte. The wedding will take place on May 12 at 3 p.m. in the First United Church. Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. John- ston are- pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh- ter Catherine Lynn, to Mr. Rob- ert Winston Gregson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winston L. Gregson, all of LeLhbridge. The wedding will take place on May 5 in St. Andrew's Pres- byterian Church. May vows Mr. and Mrs. Alex E. Mclnlosh are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marriage of iheir daughter Judith Karen, to Mr. Craig Leland Gait, son of Mrs. Florence J. Gait and'the late Mr. Walter John Gait, all of Lelh- bridge. The wedding will take place on May 26 at 4 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. Miss Mclnlosh and Mr. Gait are both recent graduates of the University of lethbridcje. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Mankow Oslanski MSs.s Rosemarde Mary Wainwright, Camrose, Cal- Mr. and Mrs. F. Milton j Clelland of Lethbridge are1 pleased to announce the forth- corning marriage of their daughter, Margo Jean, to Mr. William Graham Vansickle, son of- Mr. and Mis. E. Graham Vansickle of Napanee, Ont. The wedding is to take place on May 18 in St. Andrew's Pras- >yterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Larry West are pleased to announce tlie forthcoming marriage ot their daughter Kathleen JoAnn, to Mr. Ross Cameron Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mi's. John E. Jacobson, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on March 31 at 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. C. Zlefilie of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of then- daughter Linda to Mr. William George Seid, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Reid of Winnipeg. The wedding will take place 1 May 19 at p.m. in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church. ski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Oslanski of Milk gary, Milk River and Picture Butte. "I've-just been put on a pretty tight food budget Have you anything bad enough to make my husband loosen it o River, WDS recently united in marriage with Mr. Serguis Mankow, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mankow of Calmar, Alia. The double ring ceremony took place at St. Barbara's Rus- sian Greek Catholic Orthodox Cathedral in Edmonton, with I Fr. Margitich officiating. Matron of honor was Mi's, j Elizabeth Stroeve of Picture; Butte and Miss Kathleen Oslan- j ski as bridesmaid. Both are sis- ters of the bride. Lisa and David Mankow were j flowergirl and ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Leon j Mankow of Drumheller, broth- er of the groom, with Mr. Mike Baron of Milk River as grooms- man. A reception and dance were held at Nisku, with guests at- tending from Palm Springs, Calif., Washington, Oregon, Slave Lake, Sangudo, Edmon- Mr. and Mrs. Mankow have JM. arviaqe J announce Mr. and Mrs. 'Allan Roberi McFadden are pleased to an nounce the marriage of theii daughter Brenda Lee, to Mr William Edward Callingwooc of Edmonton. The wedding took place en March 10 in Lethbridge, will the Rev. R. Elliott officiating. taken River. up residence in T Love is Inviting the 'Best Man' I For your wedding the Photographer from A. E. CROSS STUDIO New Exciting Color Casuals Now HE can capture and portray your very own personal love story as seen through the brides misty eyes with Candlelight Mislies Stain Glass Spotlights Ceremony Fantasies Wispy 'Images Thought Reflections Clasped Hands and Rings Image on Imago Fantasies These are just a few of the many new and exciting innovations you will cherish for a lifetime, A. E. Cross Studio js... planning the summer vacation together. Bridal fashions soft, feminine By HELEN HENNESSY NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK (NEA) Bridal fashions keep abreast of the times. And so when kooky fash- ions were in, it naturally follow- ed thai a kooky bridal outfit such as hot pants and long veil would make an occasional appearance. In last season's love affair with the gypsy, many bridal gowns were of the peasant va- riety. But now, with the return to feminine, pretty fashions, bridal gowns for the spring bride are a combination of the traditional touches. with high fashion They are indeed lovely and it seems that more designers than ever before are now ply- Ing their trade in wedding fin. ery. Some of the nation's best bri- dal designers have put their top A. E. CROSS pholo DR. AND MRS. ARNOLD MICHAEL JOHN LOCATEUI Locatellr McDonald from a wide array of handsom styles. It's called the Drean Bride Collection and it is be ing featured at shops aroun the country. The look is romantic and fresh. There is a complete range of mood and designs but all are in the romantic vein. Fabrics run the gamut from organza to lace to chiffon. Trim is in lace, crystal and pearls, and silhouettes are flowing, fra- gile and very feminine. There are scalloped collars, lace appliques, threaded rib- bons and soft, full sleeves. And graceful detachable trains can be- removed to make dancing at the wedding reception a pleas- ant rather than cumbersome experience. The 1973 spring summer bride will be radiant and beau- tiful when she walks down the aisle in a soft, dreamy froth of St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church was the setting for the exchange of wedding vows be- tween ,Miss Aim Marie McDon- ald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. McDonald of Leth- bridge; and Dr. Arnold Michael John Locatelll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pio Locatelli of Coalhurst. Rev. FT. James Laverty offi- ciated with Mrs. McCallum as organist and Miss Margaret Wallwork as soloist. Mrs. Jacqueline Bellerose of Coleman was the matron of honor. Best man was Mr. Robert J. Grisak of Calgary, and ushers were Mr. Allen Wallwork of Calgary and Mr. Ralph Em- bury. A reception was held at the loliday Inn, with Miss Mar- >aret Wallwork of Bow Island '.n charge of the guest book. Out-of-town guests included .he brides' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wallwork of Bow Island. Dr. and Mrs. Localelli plan a European honeymoon in April. They are now residing in Lethbridge. Molchei Gift! Cake Topi Invilationi Reply Cardi Thank You Cqrdi Same convenient location 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 SEE OUR DISPLAY THEN DECIDE Iron CPR Sfotion Phone 327-2658 Would like to extend a hearty welcome to the members of the Alberta Professional Photogra- phers Association attending the Provincial Seminar being held in Lethbridge. PATRICIA 4 YEARS and PEC1 Daughter of MS, AND' MRS. ROBERT LANG Letrybridge We iH.nk it too important to engage your wedding photographer on prke alone. 1224 3rd Ave. S. (opposite the Elks Club) Phone 327-2673 or 327-2565 ;