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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THE LETHiRIDOB HERALD -21 1 Club corner The music and art department of the Mathesis Club will meet at p m Tuesday at the home of Mrs H A 1603 20th St. S m Xi Xi Iota and Preceptor Eta chapters of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 8 p m Tuesday for exempler night Members are asked to attend the installation ceremonies Members of the 1914-1918 War Veterans Association are reminded that tickets for the annual banquet Tuesday at 6 p m must be picked up this weekend RCMP veterans will be honored at the dinner Transportation home available For further information contact Ethel 328-5976 i The Carse-Long section of ACW will meet at 6 15 p m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs R. M 422 28th St S The Lethbndge Handicraft Guild will meet at 2 p m Tuesday in the Bowman Centre A good attendance is requested The Women of the Moose No 328 will meet at 8 p m with hostesses Polly Bobak and Anne Strazza The Ladies of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will hold a card party at p m. Tuesday m the club 9th St and 5th Avenue S Cash prizes and lunch t The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization wjjl meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the civic centre. Entertainment and lunch. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Utlibridge Herald All wedding marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page m The Herald's Saturday edition each week Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given consideration Wedding with or without will now be accepted in the following Standard Wedding Report- using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Report- it you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report this will be and the entire report will then be charged at 204 per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Idrtor Blumell-Caldivell The Alberta Temple in Cardston was the setting for the marriage between Marion Merle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Caldwell of and Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs Ed Toews of New Dayton are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their eldest Catherine to Brian son of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Rarick of Magrath The wedding will take place on July 13 at 3 p.m in the Pentecostal Tabernacle in Lethbridge Temple vows Mr. and Mrs. William B. LeBlanc of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their Janice to J. Scott son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Miller of Cardston. The wedding will take place on June 15 in the Alberta Temple. James David son of Mr. and Mrs. James Elton Blumell of Raymond. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was President Golden Snow. Bridal attendants were Barbara sister of the Marilyn Winkler and Beverly Baker of Lethbridge and Mrs. Brian Stallard of sister of the groom. Groomsmen were Ted John Bridge and Jimmy brother of the of Raymond Following a reception at the Magrath Cultural the couple travelled to and other points along the west coast for a honeymoon The couple will reside in Lethbridge. Wedding designs set on Parliament Hill OTTAWA Arlaine daughter of Progressive Conservative MP Jack was married to John Paul of this week on Parliament Hill. The attended by about 70 was performed by David a United Church minister and Conservative MP for the Prince Edward Island riding of Egmont It took place in the Commonwealth Room of the Centre just down the corridor from the main door to the House of Commons. A reception followed in a large room off the Hall of Honor Mr Marshall is the member of Parliament for the Newfoundland riding of Humber-St George's-St. Barbe It was one of the few formal Parliament Hill weddings since Lome then the youngest MP in the and his wife Gayle were married June on Parliament Hill. That ceremony was performed by NDP House Leader Stanley also a United Church minister. Mr. Knowles said he married two couples after the Nystrom wedding one after a young couple came to the Centre Block and asked whether Prime Minister Trudeau would marry them They were sent to Mr Knowles' office where he married them in a private ceremony. Mr Nystrom stood as best man A year Mr Knowles girl's sister showed up wondering if I would marry her and her boyfriend He again in his Centre Block office. Fall skirts plunging into loose looks NEW YORK Designers are dipping by degrees into the loose depending on their amount of nerve Among the John Anthony asks for a slim dress under a full Giorgio di Sant'Angelo calls for careful Victor Joris's call for Cuddlecoats suggests a lush looseness. Jons takes the plunge and makes it work His skirts start at four inches below the knee and go down They are saved by their fullness and interesting tweeds He's topped them with full coats and capes. It's a lot of but it looks great The only time Jons goes askew is the tent top and tent together From any angle it makes a woman look like a moving tank One tent is plenty. John Anthony's collection is a little too close for comfort. His coats are sensuous and soft. But the narrow A-line skirt still looks wrong whether it's a brown jersey dress or a black suit. His best skirts are bias or pleated. Some of them are topped with his tailored blazer That look made him successful several years but it doesn't make it with the long lengths. His colors are dark black and except for a rose-brown which drew applause. He seemed out of control of the wrap and tie theme. One ensemble included tied bow on tie-waisted coat and over a tied scarf. Leo Narducci eschewed the long skirt for the most ending day clothes just below the knee. He showed some of the best chiffons in town for the money. His line for Ambiance is priced at to John Kloss kept his day dresses and cut them big at the top. They're with a new feeling BRYAN WILSON Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary Wedding Photography has changed at A. E Cross Studio the difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO Summer marriage Mr. and Mrs. H. Evan Jensen of Raymond are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their Hazel to Drew Gibb son of Mr. DeRaunz Cahoon of formerly of Edmonton and the late Mrs. Wanda Gibb Cahoon. The wedding will take place on Aug. 27 in the Alberta Cardston. Ann Landers Dear Ann I am writing in regard to a subject you are probably sick of by this time I refer to the ques- tionable fragrance of goats Why has no one pointed out that the Latin word for the male goat is the same word for the fragrance of the human arm-pit two millenia certain of the noblest Rorrans were situated downwind Sign me Truth- seeker In Vermont Dear I always knew that Vermont had a lot to brag about addition to Senator George Aiken and maple so thanks for coming up with that double dome nugget Dear Ann I have started this letter five times and now I am just going to say it the way it comes into my head Please tell me if it is necessary for a girl to scream her head off because of the the first time she has sexual My cousin has been like a sister to was married three weeks ago WeeWhimsv Thomas Set will be sent the original an for his quote Send your child's quotation ic this paper When she returned from her honeymoon she told me the first few nights were agony The pain was unbearable. The poor kid is only 18 and from a strict Catholic family where sex was never discussed She certainly wasn't prepared for anything like that Apparently her husband didn't know much either and they had a terrible time I am 16 years old and not as smart about these things as I ought to be My is mostly sluber- is mostly slum- ber-party chit chat picked up from my girl friends Two gals in our crowd were married this year and nobody said anything about pain If I asked my mother such a she would turn ten shades of red and wonder what I was up to. So give me an answer Dumb In Dubuque Dear Generally the initial act of intercourse is not so painful that a girl would her head In the case of your there was probably some gynecological such as an ex- tremely thick membrane which should have been removed by a physician's scalpel This is just ONE of the reasons every girl should have a gynecological examination before she marries Confidential to Easier Said Than but I suspect he'd get a lot more done if less was said. Try it. What's What's If you aren't you need some help. It's available in the and Petting What Are the Mail your request to Ann P.O. Box enclosing in coin and a self-addressed envelope. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Dttlro to Loom Profwcton... WHY NOT BECOME A We have 3 fully qualified lull time intructresses ane we teach ail phases ol beauty culture hair styling and cutting tinting and permaneni waving You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air- conditioned school a professional beautician higher than the average income and opportun- ities are unlimited FID out TMa Coupon For More AKwUtoMty School 405 Btti St. S. NAME ADDRESS CITY CUwaeo Starting Now Low MoAlMy Tuition June wedding Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leffmgwell of Lethbndge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only to Bob son of Mrs. Stella Melnik of Sask. The wedding will take place on June 29 at 4 p.m. m Our Lady of Asstmption Church in Lethbridge. Engagements announced Mr and Mrs G M Kranz of are pleased to announce the engagement of their youngest Pauline Hellen to Robert Ewing son of Mr and Mrs J C Moore of White B C formerly of Lethbndge. The wedding will take place on June 8 in the First United Church in White Rock Mr and Mrs Thomas Roberts of Monarch are pleased to announce the engagement of their Margaret to James son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Lang of Unity. Sask The wedding will take place on July 27 in Lethbridge THE BETTER HALF By Barnes 'It's my husband's birthday and I can't decide between buying him an electric lathe or a New York steak MODERNIZE NOW -WITH A CUSTOM BUILT 'BREAKFAST NOOK II ELIMINATE SCARRED WALLS AND SCUFFED FLOORS SAVE VALUABLE SPACE SAVE Legless Base or Pedestal Table Can be built to fit any kitchen area anywhere m Alberta Financing Available THE NOOK Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone 329-0700 PHOTOCKAPHY' 416-13th Street Lethbridge Phones Res. 32B-3523 Your moment of dreams will last but a fleeting as compared to the hours of ful- fillment to come So don't let that one second in time escape from your dreams of the future. Trust all your best memories tfl E. R. 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