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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i nc LC i noniL-'UC isciooar tv, Wedding in white Although both bride and groom wore red, the snowy Margo Fowler and Christopher Harris were recently beauty of Mount Garibaldi, about 50 miles north of Van- married on the summit of the mountain. The couver, provided a white background for the wedding wedding party went to the peak by helicopter. of two mountain climbing enthusiasts. School teachers Simple hints for home sewing By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TOROXTO i CP) A home sewer can now add fancy touches to her own work or to a million-of-a-kind purchase off the rack with embroidery or applique sewn by machine. Xot every model, even nowadays, is built to do the work, but those that are can work on any fabric with a lit- tle care, says Judy Jackson of New York. She is a fashion consultant in town to promote a new Simpsons-Sears port- able. She says there are a few rules to keep in mind that will help you work successfully. Be sure there is enough thread on your bobbin and spool. Before you start on what- ever you're sewing, practise the design on a scrap of the fabric so you find where the starting point will be and where the design will be matched at the seams. Any fabric, including soft knits, can be embroidered by backing the fabric with tissue paper or organdy so that the fabric is stabilized. The back- ing can be removed by tear- ing away paper or trirnmine the organdy. If fabric is too soft to em- broider effectively, you can decorate a ribbon and sew the ribbon on the garment. Be sure your fabric is well supported on the table to the left of the machine so it does not pull and distort the de- sign. If you are working on a ready-made item, take off the pockets or collar. If you are embroidering pants, open the inseams so the garment will lie flat. If you are making a garment, embroider the pieces separately before you assemble them. Try to choose a convenient portion, such as the end of a design, when making a sharp turn at a corner. Leave the needle in the fabric, and lift pressure foot. Then turn to the direction desired, place the pressure foot down and con- tinue. DRAWS UP FABRIC Stitching tends to draw- up a fabric, and it must be pressed Drug squad gets thanks EDMONTON (CP) A young woman describing herself as an ex-drug addict quietly dropped off a note of thanks to the city police force this week. She had asked to see a member of the drug squad and when told none of the squad members were in the police station at the time, she left a folded, handwritten letter with the receptionist. She left without a word of explanation. The letter, however, was self-explanatory. After two years of drug- related charges "I fought a lot of vou and cursed and hated Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements in The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every con- sideration. 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 S 5.00 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 S10.00. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor you all for a long the letter read. During seven months in jail. "I did a lot of thinking, plann- ing and putting the puzzled pieces of my life back together again." "The last time I got busted, a policeman sat down with me in the station and we talked for two hours. It was on his own time and very con- siderate. "That night I learned a lot of things about life, living and people. Things that I've thought about a lot and helped me more than any of you will ever know. "In the future, when the same people never seem to learn their lesson, think of me and the success of my life, just because someone cared enough to talk to a frightened, half insane junkie The woman requested that the letter, unsigned and anonymous, be posted where members of the police force could see it. well on the wrong side when it is finished. If you are doing a mono- gram it is best to do .the mid- dle letter first and position the other two on either side. It is not as easy to space letters in a monogram in a straight line as in a triangular or diagonal arrangement. Most designs can be made with a double needle using two different colors of top thread or different shades of one color. One difference be- tween single and double nee- dle stitching is the stitch width used. The width must be less when the double needle is used. If maximum width is used, the needle will break. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cushman of McMinville. Oregon, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith, to Mr. A. Barry Critchfield. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Critchfield of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on December 28 in the Salt Lake City Temple. Salt Lake Citv, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McCulloch are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Wanda Mae, to Mr. Norman Bruce Jespersern, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jespersen. all of Taber. A fall wedding is planned. Landers Weddings Dear Ann Landers: This is a two-bit nothing problem com- pared with many you receive, but it can be very upsetting and it has ruined many evenings for me. When I entertain, one long- time woman friend insists on "helping" by coming into the kitchen, scraping all the plates and stacking them. I cannot keep her out. short of resorting to actual violence. I have tried to explain that after everyone has left I prefer to take care of the dis- hes in my own way. I am careful about my silverware and it galls me the way she throws it all in a heap. I es- pecially don't care for the job of scraping off the bottoms of the plates after she has stack- ed one on top of the other without removing the leftover food. What can I do to get her to take me seriously? Griped In Rochester Dear Roch: The only way to deal with well-meaning but stubborn and compulsive "helpers" is to out-guts them. The very next time Helpful Hannah barrels into your kitchen, take her firmly by the elbow and usher her back to her seat with the other guests. If she returns in three minutes repeat the gesture. Do it a third time if necessary. Even- tually, she'll get the message. DEAR ANN LANDERS: For the benefit of the lady with the snoring husband: A clear plastic tape is now available which may help. After recent surgery I arriv- ed home from the hospital with a good-sized roll which I decided to use to tape my mouth shut at night so I would not snore. Also, being a stingy old lady. I yank the tape off in the morning, put it on my II Mr. and Mrs. James A. Clifton are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their daughter Truda Marie Wight. to Mr. Patrick O'Connor. All are of Lethbridge. The wedding took place on October 13 in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Neill of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Karen Agnes to Dr. Stephen Gerard Holland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holland of London, Ontario. The wedding took place on September 28 at St. Peter's Church. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. For candids Of Your Wedding Call A FRIEND "IT COSTS LESS" Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith of Raymond are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Ruth Ann, to Mr. Donald W. Anderson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Anderson of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on November 10 in the Alberta Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Hillmer of Magrath are happy to an- nounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Judy Lorraine, to Mr. Kenneth James Hoibak, son of Mrs. Carl Gerke and the late Mr. Erland Hoibak of Nemiskam. The wedding will take place on November 3 in the Magrath United Church. Mr. and Mrs. T. Appelt of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Susan Kathleen, to Mr. Clinton Layne Whipple. son of Mrs. A. Meroniuk and Mr. H. Whipple. The wedding will take place on November 10 at p.m. at Immanucl Lutheran Church. Dial 327-6333 Listed in the Yellow Pages of Your Phone Directory 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 328-0111 7lO-3rd Ave. S.....328-0222 WteeWhimsy >Mll ho ihfi original Art for her quote. ur child's quotation lo IhispBpm. nightstand. and use it again the next night. I just wish I'd known about this tape years ago. In the past 30 years my husband would have had a lot more sleep. Thanks for all your help. A Quieter Grandma DEAR GRANDMA: Thirty years ago they didn't have platic tape, but I'm sure adhesive would have done just as well. I am eager to know if this works for others. Will you readers out there who have snoring spouses ask if they will sacrfice a night's sleep in the name of "scientific Dear Ann Landers: Thnak you for telling ;he woman who couldn't tolerate "that spoiled, wild, uncontrollable brat" that his mother should have him tested because the child might be hyperkinetic. We have such a child and I thank my lucky stars that a neighbor recognized the symptoms and urged me to take him to a doctor. I was worn to a frazzle by that boy. I spanked him. punished him and deprived him of things he loved best. But nothing worked. He was running a mile a minute, always into something, driving me crasy. He is now on medica- tion and behaves like a normal child. His grades have im- proved 100 per cent and I feel like a new person. W. Va. Dear W.: A few people wrote and lambasted me for "pushing drugs." I appreciate your testimonial. Do you feel awkward, self- conscious lonely? Welcome lo the club. There's help for you in Ann Lander's booklet. "The Key To Popularity." Send 35c in coin with your re- quest and n long, slamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers. P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Jounlun pholo DR. AND MRS. ALAN LINDSAY MCPHERSON McPherson Mclntyre Miss Lorna Helen Mclntyre. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hec- tor Guy Mclntyre of Barons was recently united in marriage with Dr. Alan Lindsay McPherson. son of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas F. McPherson of Lethbridge. Rev. Keith Churchill of- ficiated at the ceremony which took place at the home of the bride's parents, with Miss Sandra McPherson. sister of the groom as bridal attendant. Best man was the brother of the bride. Mr. Wayne Mcln- tyre of Barons. Following a reception held Lettich Steed President James Bridge recently officiated at the double-ring wedding ceremony of Miss Barbara Steed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Steed of Raymond: and Mr. Theodore Louis (Ted) Lettich. son of Mr. Frank Let- tich and Mrs. Ellanore Lettich of Crockett, California. Kathy Redfern was soloist with Mrs. Thelma Smith, aunt of the bride as organist, at the marriage which took place in the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints. Maid of honor was Miss Marilyn Steed, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Sue Gillespie of San Francisco, Miss Jeanette Lettich. sister of the groom, and the Misses Sherrie, Debra. Nonna and Robin Steed, all sisters of the bride. Best man was Mr. Tom Let- tich of Crockett. Calif., brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Mr. Frank Esponoza, Mr. Bob Moore. Mr. Frank Lettich. Mr. Timmy Lettich of Crockett, and Mr. Donald Steed of Raymond. A reception was held at the LDS church in Raymond, with in the Magrath Room of Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant, the couple travelled to Fairmont Hot Springs for a honeymoon. Dr. and Mrs. McPherson have taken up residence in Edmonton. HELP Solve Your Wedding Plans INVITATIONS THANK-YOU CARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS NAPKINS MATCHES by CALLING Mr Robert Brandley. uncle of the bride, as master of ceremonies, and Mr. Dick Kinsey proposing the toast to the bride. The couple travelled to Banff and Wntertnn for a honeymoon, later taking up residence in Provo. Utah. 327-3203 328-441 1 5th and 7th St. S. Lcthbrldgt Building A Dlvlilon of Ronald! Federated Limited EDINBURGH. Scotland Ad in a local paper: "Dog lost Armadalc district, mongrel, medium sized, short rough coat, fawn color, bitch. 14 years old. deal, answers to 11 o n e v EVERYTHING for the BRIDE and her ATTENDANTS GOWNS HEADPIECES I VEILS Including Accessories at the... BRIDAL 3ALGN Located in the... betty shop 712- 4th Ave. South Phone 328-6111 Send a Portrait and Phone It Costs So Little, and it's the Next Best Thing to Being There (With apologies to A.G.I.) ASK ABOUT OUR MANY FALL AND CHRISTMAS PORTRAIT SPECIALS TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. 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