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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, October 15, 1971 THf IETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am the mother of five children and have been able to cope with most of the problems that have come my way. But I am running into some brick walls with my second oldest daughter. Charlotte is 15, a large girl, but well-proportioned and not what you would call fat. In a couple of years she will be all right if she chooses the right clothes. Last year Charlotte started to sew. She is very sloppy about her sewing and we have gotten into several arguments over it. I just don't have the time to rip out everything she does and do it over. The last straw was the two-piece outfit she made from her own pattern a blouse and hot pants. She looks just awful in it because she made the hot pants very tight and very short. On a clear day you can see to Yankton. My question is this: Should I keep my mouth shut and allow her to wear the outfit and get laughed at? Or should I forbid her wearing it? Waiting In South Dakota DEAR WAITING: A girl whose eyesight is good enough to sew should be able to see herself in the mirror. Say nothing. Let her wear whatever she makes. Her friends will tell her what she looks like and from THEM she'll believe it. After all, what do YOU know? You're only her mother. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am in love with the man I plan to marry in a few months. He is in love with his ex- girlfriend. If you think I am crazy, let me assure you I am not. Fred and I have discussed this in detail and 1 know the facts. He agrees that I have them straight. His reason- ing is simple. He says I would make a much better wife for him than his former sweetheart. Ke states quite openly that she is more beautiful, more sexually appealing and more exciting, but he says I am better educated, will be a better hostess, a better helpmate and a better mother for his chil- dren. He also says I will undoubtedly be a more faithful wife to him. I have told him several times that I think we should break up and that he should marry her. He says, "No my mind is made up." I love him very much and everytliing is we run into his ex someplace and then I see that look in his in hers, too. What do you think, Ann? Should I marry Large Q. DEAR Q.: Not unless you are willing to live a lifetime knowing you are second choice. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a young married women (under no square and certainly not a prude. I'm writing about something that has been bugging me for a long time. I realize you can't do anything about it but I must get this off my chest. What's with these slobs who think it's sexy and "with it" to go without a bra. I cant tell you how many tunes, while walking on the street with a casual friend, or my dad, or my husband, and I see coming toward us, a cow-like fe- male, her breasts flopping around. It is embarrassing and dis- gusting. A person doesn't know where fo look or what to say. And this is only part of it. I work three days a week in a dress shop. You wouldn't believe the women who come in here to try on expensive dresses with no bras, and some- times no imdeiwear. I refuse to wait on these pigs and my boss has backed me up. Please publish this letter so it can be tacked up in every fitting room in the country. Then, instead of having to say something, the salesperson need only point to your column on the wall. Much DEAR MUCH: Here's the column and I hope it helps. But prepare yourself for a shock. Some of those sloppy broads can't read. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI. 60611. A Calendar Of Local happenings The EIC wives will hold their first meeting at the home of Mrs. Carolyne Comstock, 1615 Scenic Drive, at p.m- Mon- day. Program will feature a display of new fashions ui shoes and boots. A selection of wine and cheese will be served. Music and art department of Mathesis will meet at the home of Mrs. Herbert A. Walter, 1630 20th St. S. at p.m. Tues- day. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold its regu- lar dance Saturday p.m. in S o u t h hi i n s t e r hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to bring a box lunch. International Order of Job's Daughters pot-luck supper fol- lowed by official visit at p.m. Saturday in Masonic Hall. Visiting members welcome. w Minus One regular dance will be held in the Polish Hall Saturday at 9 p.m. Music by the Bridgetown Trio, members and guests welcome.. Regular Old Time Dance, in Fort Macleod Elementary School, Saturday. Beginners lessons p.m., dancing p.m. Students 13-16 years. Children under 13 years, free, if accompanied by par- ents. Lunch served. The Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary, affil- iated with the Provincial and National Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Organization, will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the Civic Sports Centre gym 2. This will be the shower for the annual bazaar to be held Sat- urday Oct. 30. Women are re- minded to bring items for the grocery hamper. Final plans will be made at this meeting for the bazaar and a good attendance is request- er1. Bingo will follow the busi- ness meeting and lunch served. Tea hostesses will be Mrs. C. Angele and Mrs. H. Bemhart. All women members of the Chinook, new members and friends welcome. REMOVE POLISH The small balls of cotton that come in vitamin and aspirin bottles can be used to remove old nail polish. Auxiliary board meets Monday The Lethbridge Auxil i a r y Hospital board meeting will be held Monday at p.m. In the board room of the Auxiliary Hospital. Included on the agenda is the swearing in of two new board members, Elaine Thack- er and Stan Verlinden. Both members were elected by acclamation. NEW GROUP NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) A new organization called the Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association has been formed at a meeting here. The association said in a statement it will co-operate fully with the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, but be a separate group. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes 'You're in ..I won'f be through with I until tomorrow so you won't have to fake a bath tonight." SPECIAL DISHES to be offered at OCT. 16th TEA Specialty Items to be of- fered at the delicatessen tea and bake sale sponsored by Ladies' Aid to St. Peter and St. Paul's Church will include ravioli, cabbage rolls, salads, pagochi, pirahi end a variety of baked goods. The tea will be held in the Parish Hall Saturday, Oct. 16th from 2 to p.m. Mrs. P. Chirka and Mrs. A. Gill will convene the bake sale, assisted by Mrs. Mike George, Mrs. Anne Massey, Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. Nick Makarenko, Mrs. J. Kun- drik Sr., Mrs. Peter Pisko, Mrs. Joe Srabo. love is. being delighted when you find it is twins. ANNUAL FALL TEA, DELICATESSEN, BAKE AND WORK TABLE SALE St. Peter and St. Paul's Parish Hall 12th Street B and 7th Avenue North Saturday, Oct. 16th to p.m. ADMISSION 50c DOOR PRIZE SIMPSONS-SEARS Saturday Specials Our First Birthday Celebration Ends Tomorrow Be Sure To Take Advantage of Our Storewide Values! Girls' Hot Skirts 6.99 ond 7.99 Smart styles in plaids and stripes for the Fall scene. Girls' sizes 7-14, Teens' sizes 10-14x. Girls' Wear Girls' Sclioolwear 4.99 to 1499 Group includes an assortment of jump- ers, blouses and co-ordinates. Girls' sizes 8-14. Some chubbies. Girls' Wear Girls' Slims 4.99 5.99 Fortrel and corduroy slims in a wide variety of Fall fashion colors. Girls' 8-14, Chubbies' 814-14I4, Teens' ]0-14x. Gii-ls' Tights 2.99 SPECIAL Nylon stretch tights styled right for the cold winter days ahead. Gold, Brown, Navy, Red, Green. 7, 9, 10, 12, 14. Girls' Wear Ladies' Sleepwear SPECIAL O.77 Perma-prest brushed fortrel and cotton long and short gowns and pyjamas in assorted colors and floral patterns. S.M.L. Lingerie Ladies' Underwire Bra Reg 50 6.49 Angelique underwire bra is so soft and gentle, it's heavenly to wear. Soft Tan and White. A, B, C Cup. D and DD cup................ 7.49 Lingerie Ladies' Brushed Sleepwear 2.99 Short brushed gowns in Blue, Pink, and Mint with lace trim collar and bib. Long gown 3.99 Lingerie Ladies' Acrylic Cardigans 4.99 Reg. Full -fashioned beautiful sweaters In your choice of Green, Yellow or Blue. Sizes S.M.L. Ladies' Sportswear Ladies' T-skirts Reg. Long sleeved styling with turtle neck or novelty neckline. Striped trim. Blue, Brown, Green. Sizes S.M.L. Ladies' Sportswear Ladies' Stadium Coats logo SPECIAL xy.yy Water repellent cotton canvas, boldly belted with cuddly hood. Natural color. Sizes 10-16. Ladies' Sportswear Hot Wheels Sizzlers Choose from 2 roce sets. LAGUANA. Reg. CALIFORNIA 8. Reg. Toy Department 4.99 9.99 Kenmore Carpet Sweeper Reg. Versatile sweeper lets you clean under and around furniture easily. Easy-1o- empty dirt pans. Wrap-around bumper. Kousewears Veg-o-Matic 6.99 SPECIAL Food preparer that is simple to operate. Slices, dices, wedges vegetables, fruits. Quick and efficient to use. Kenmore Electric Kettle Reg. 5.7.7 2-qt. capacity kettle has a highly polish- ed chrome finish. Handy 6 ft. attached cord. Small Appliances Ladies' Fall Fashion Dresses Up-to-the-minute styling at an up-to-the-minute price And at these prices, how could you miss? Choose From easy-care, easy-wear Acrilan, rayon knits and orlon knils in many, many favorite styles. Misses, half sizes and maternity sizes. Reg. Cat. Prices to Ladies' Dress Department Stoneware Dinner Set Reg. 29.99 Topaz or Verde pattern. 45-pce. dinner- ware set is a complete service for 8 people. China Department Cannon Towels 1. Seconds Luxurious quality sheared texture in a rainbow of frothy colors. Bath size. Bedding and Linen Metal Utility Cabinet Reg. 10.99 Handy cabinet for all your tools and accessories, has 36 plastic drawers with dividers. Hardware Vinyl Diaper Bag Reg. l.W Fully insulated bag has a top zipper closure and strap. In Pink or White. Children's Wear Girls' Corduroy Pants Reg. l.OO Flannel lined pants in Yellow, Brown, Mauve, Green or Red. Sizes 3-6x. Children's Wear Boys' Czechoslovakian Cords SPECIAL Popular flare leg styling on fashionable corduroy slacks. Blue, Brown or Grey. Sizes 4-6x. Children's Wear Boys' Corduroy Jacket Reg. Pile lined, belted with handy zip-on hood. Dark Brown, with Gold lining. Sizes 7, 8, 10, 12. Boys' Wear Boys' No-Iron Pants 2 f0r4 Sharp flare leg styling. Elastic half box- er waist band. Blue, Dark Brown, Gold. Sizes 4-6x. Children's Wear 54" Flannel Fabric Reg. Designer flannel is suitable for suits, pant suits, skirts and vests. Choose from checks, plaids and plains. Yardgoods Men's Lee Riders Reg. O.99 Perma-prest boot cut styling in your choice of Gold or Green. Sizes 28-38. Leg 30-36. Men's Wear Men's Casual Slacks SPECIAL 55% polyester, 45% viscose blend permo-prest. Trim fit and full cut. Grey, Olive, Brown. 30-44. Leg 30-32. Men's Wear Men's Co-ordinates SPECIAL J Save up to 50% on smart jacket and pant combinations. Checks, solids and stripes. Sizes 33-46. Men's Wear Men's Sport Jackets QQ SPECIAL Corduroy sports coats have side lapels and great new deep centre vent. Gold, Green, Brown. 36-46. Men's Wear Men's Sports Shirts Q QQ SPECIAL Long sleeved permo-presf sport in plain or fancy patterns. S.M.L, Men's Furnishings 100% Fortrel Pillows Reg. ea. One of our most popular pillows at a low price. Rainbow stripe ticking, plump Filling and large size make this a great Birthday Sale feature. 26 Toy Department STORE HOURS: Open Dally 9 p.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p. m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 318-9231 ;