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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 31, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Ann Landers DEAR ANN What do you think of a hus- band who will not leave the dice table when his wife plxmes him and says her la- bor pains have started! This is what happened to my sis- ter and I am so mad at that bum I could knock his fat head off. I was at lier house at the time and the poor kid was so upset she handed me the phone. I said, "Look, Barney, you ought to come home and drive Hazel lo the hospital. I haven't got a car or I'd take her. Besides, it's your place." Do you know what he said, Aim? "I'm in the middle of a hot streak and I'm going to stay liere and make the kid's first year of college." So I called a laxi. When the driver saw my sister he said, "I ain't no doctor and I take no responsibility." It was some wild ride- He was so anx- ious to get us out of his cab we almost had an accident. DEAR ANN LANDERS: We've been married !5 years. Our three children are in school all day and for the last two years my wife has spent all her spare time entering contests. She has written poems, slogans and essays and spent a small fortune on junk so she can get the tops of cans, coupons, box tops, bottle caps and assorted things she needs to be a con- testant. This is not to men- tion the money she has spent on writing paper, a typewrit- er, a dictionary, special ink, crayons, postage, ribbons, and the golderndest odds and ends to make her entries "un- usual." Would you believe that woman lias never won a thing? I mean not so much as a candy bar. I can't be- lieve her entries are that bad. In fact, I've seen some and they look pretty good to me. I'm beginning lo think those When we got to the hospi- tal my poor sister said, "I fell like an unwed mother. I'll bet they don't believe I'm married." Tlie baby was born an hour later a beautiful nine- pound boy and Barney was nowhere in sight. When they brought Hazel out of the de- livery room she was out like a light. 'Hie next morning I get a call from Hazel saying Barn- ey was so wonderful. He was at her lied when she woke up and he handed her in tens and twenties. I don't think he's wonderful at all. I think he's a skunk. What do you think? Please put it in writing. Hazel's Sister DEAR SISTER: It Hazel thinks he's wonderful what does it matter what I think? Or you, for that matter. Stop undermining your sister's marriage. I like sugar on my strawberries and some peo- ple like sour cream on theirs. contests are fakes. 1 have never known a person who won any tiling. Have you? you please say something about this in your column? Booby's Chuck DEAR CHUCK: Some con- tests are semi-fake, but most of them are on the level. They do give prizes and somebody wins them. Tell Booby that the enlres are not always selected on the basis of "originality, cre- ativity, neatness etc." There are many other con- siderations. Small town en- tries have a better chance. It helps if you live in Alaska, Montana or Nevada. The judges favor people from sparsely populated areas. Tell Booby not to become dis- couraged. It's a nice hobby. to How Can I Go You can because you must. Remeber: Life is hard by the yard. But by the inch it's a cinch. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Why don't mothers teach their children that when they are dinner guests in other people's homes they should not ask for second helpings. Last night there were 14 people jammed around our dinner table. Our new neigh- bors "unexpectedly" brought "their three children. My hus- band's boos and his wife were present. Those kids nearly wiped us out. They were ask- ing for seconds of everything before the adults were half way through the first course. Their boob of a mother never said one word. When I served the dessert whipped cream roll one of I he kids an- nounced, "If anybody doesn't want theirs, I'll eat it." I near- ly died. Please print this let- ter, and I hope the mother sees it Yes, I Mean You DEAR Y.: Here it is, and thanks for bringing a prob- lem to this space that has never appeared liere before. MR. AND MRS. D. S. HODGE 530 25th STREET SOUTH Invite oil their friends to an OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, April 1st between the hours of 2 and 6 p.m. on the occasion of iheir 25th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY No giftl by request April TERRY BLAND phofo VOWS Mrs. Doris Michaelis of Milk River is pleased lo an- nounce Ihe forthcoming marriage of her daughter Bonnie Josephine, to Mr. Kenneth Dale Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertrum Oliver of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on April 21 at 4 p.m. in St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. a a Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Vc- nables of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the en- gagement and forth com ing Fashions return to nature FLORENCE, Italy CReuter Fashionable Italians are dis covering nature, to judge by the clothes being shown for next au lumn and winter at the Plazzc Pitli showrooms here. The classier boutique design ers and a smattering of haul couture furriers took over th catwalk with a flurry of tweed Even the fur jackets occasion ally had a tweed thong be wrapped around the waist sev eral times. The idea was that fabric were to look natural rather lha synthetic, with checked woo lens the catwalk favorite. With the soaring prices wool fleece on the Internationa market, this means autumn an winter fashions with a "made i Italy" label will literally be status symbol. Besides the emphasis on natv ral fibres, the look itself wa back to nature. Montedor showed classic English walkin suits in speckled tweeds unrje Ian poplin rain jackets tha looked like sawn-off Irene coats. The models' hals, coverec with rows of stitching, were jus right for fishing or walking o Ihe heath. Love is Inviting ihe 'Best Man' For your wedding the Photographer from A. E. CROSS STUDIO New Exciting Color Casuals Now HE can capture and portray your very own persona! love story as seen through Ihe brides misty with Candlelight Mistiei ____ Stain Glass Spotlights Ceremony Fontasies Wispy Images Thought Reflection! Clasped Hands end Rings Image on Image. Fantasies These are just a few of the many new and exciting innovations you will cherish fnr n lifetime. A. E. Cross Studio Same convenient location 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 Photographer BRYAN WILSON announcea arriage of their only daugl r, Diarrne Mary, to Mr. Shan arrcn Porter, son of Mr. an William Porter, Vau; all. The wedding will take pla< April 21 at 4 p.m. in th t Baptist Church. May ivedding A. E. CROSS pholo MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ALLEN GREY Grey-Murillo Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barvlr of Picture Butle wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Terry, to Mr. Gary Holmes Barker, son of Mrs. Sarah Stewarl of Cal- gary. The wedding will take place on May 11 In St. Andrew's Drilled Church in Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Spencer re pleased to anounce the ngagement and forthcoming narriage of their daughter iawna liae Ogden, to Mr. Ron- Id Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harker, all of Leth- ridge. The wedding will lake place n June 15 at 2 p.m. in the Oth Avenue chapel of the Church of Jr.sus Christ of Lat- er-day Saints. Mr. and Mrs. Tafiayasu Inone of Osaka, Japan, are pleased o announce the engagmeent of heir daughter Takako, to Mr. Walter C. Driedger, son of Dr. and Mrs. G. Driedger of Lcth- iridge. The wedding will take place on May 12 at p.m. at Christ Trinity Lutheran Church Our Lady of Assumption Church was the setting for the exchange of wedding vows be- tween Miss Marilyn Murillo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mi- guel Murillo; and Mr. Robert Allen Grey, son of Mr. and Mrs, Walter Grey. All are of Lethbrldge. Rev. Fr. R. Chisholm offi- ciated at the double-ring cer- smony, with organist Miss Sheryl Wentz. Maid of honor was Miss June ceremony ourr, eiaesi son or nor. ana wrs. L f Lelhbridge. A June wedding is planned. Napkim Matchel Gifll Cake Topi Invitationi Reply Cards ThonV You Cardl peca College Shopping Moll sther Murillo, with bridal at- ndanls Mrs. Millie Cook and Irs. Marsha Heich. Best man was Mr. Roger eich of Lethbridge. Grooms- en were Mr. Del Richard and Bob Frechka. Ushers were Mr. Fiel Muril- and Mr. Rod Grey. Following a reception held at e Holiday Inn, the couple avelled to California for a oneymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Grey'have ta- en up residence in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sherring-1 ton are pleased to announce' the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Linda Kathleen Morris, to Mr. Ronald Bryan Woodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Woodman, all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on April 21 at 7 p.m. in Mc- Killop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. W i 11 i a n: Hnatiuk wish to announce the forthcoming marriage ol their second eldest daughter Nola Charmaine, to Mr. Daniel Lee Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheeler, all of Lethbridge The wedding will take place on April 14 at 4 p.m. in South- minster United Church. Mrs. Ardella Bennett of Ma- prath is pleased to announce he forthcoming marriage o! ler daughter Joan Geneal, lo Mr. Brian Edwards, son- ot Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards Wrentham. The will lake place on April 21 at 5 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ ot Lat- ter-day Saints, Magrath. 3S... Baying attention to everything be says. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Craik o! Calgary are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Raeanne Isobcl, to Mr. Randall Stewart Allison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Allison of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place on May 19 at p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church. WEDDING Included Wedding.Invitation Order! _ -r ._______ intunr QUESTION AND, ANSWER CIRCULAR 1THEHEKALD MDMTEM Box 516 Lethbridge Phone 3274203 Cor. 7lh St. 5th Ave. S. It Agi VERM DECOUX Blnii Phong 562-2149 Memories Live In Beautiful Portraits by DENICE MARIE-3 yrs. RENAE ALYCE-6 mo. SHEILA LOUISE yrs. Children of MR. ond MRS. BRUCE SCHWEIGERT LETKBRIDGE IOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 327-2653 ;