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May 18, 1972

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12--The GLOBE Thursday, May 18, 1972 "Do You Take,.. IF Updating The Marriage By Phyllis Damish Marriage comes without a warranty or a money back guarantee, still I am con- vinced it's here to stay. Look how easy it is to come by. You can get a marriagelicense as easy as "phfft," which is simple when you compare it to what you must go through to get a driver's license. I think those applying for a marriage license should take a hearing test. I know more married people who get talked to hour after hour, yet can't hear a word that was said. A few more stipulations should be added to the ceremony dialog before the 'til death do you part" statement. I mean the little ineluctable inuendos like, "Will you take me out to dinner once a week and learn to play gin rummy and dump the garbage and not tease me when I gain 10 pounds, burn the tv dinner or run around in hair rollers wearing my scruffy bathrobe?" ANYBODY KNOWS you can stay together as long as Chiffon bride.., with pinafore silhouette.., with fluted pleat- the little ends stay tied up. ing empire bodice, a richly embellished gown with pearls and And another thing -- getting crystal beading covering the yoke and long tapered sleeves, a marriage license should The veil is sprinkled with matching pearl design . . . from therequire a written test at Galina collection by Christos. least This test could list LET US ADDTHE FINAL TOUCH TOMAKE YOUR WEDDING PLANS PERFECT A PLACE LIKE NO OTHER TO REMEMBER WITH AN ENDLESS CHOICE OF THINGS TO DO TOGETHER. Complete one of a Double No hidden charges dventure ravel a phone call will do it 659-6276 ~.~,,~:. ~~ LET US GRACE THE OCCASION For the ceremony and the reception, enchant- ing floral arrang.~- ments and bouquets complete your wed- cling atmosphere, de- lightfully. Come in to discuss your ideas and plans with our profes- sional help. 1512 - 3rd Marysville -659-1264 EVE RETT-259-8171 SILVE RLAKE 337-2345 personal questions like: Do you read in bed til four a.m. with the light on? Which would you purchase first, a washer or a rifle? Do you snore? Do you take up more than your half of the bed? Do you object to my mother staying with us for two weeks? Do you hang up your clothes and put the cap back on the toothpaste tube? Does your dispostion resemble that of a two- headed monster breathing fire when you get up in the morning? Would you take the last dollar in the household kitty to bet on the world series? Look at all the preparation it takes to become a doctor, lawyer or teacher. What tests does one need to assume the profession of being a husband or a wife for a whole lifetime? I can't see how anyone can achieve a successful degree in the Marriage Art without tur- ning in a final term paper before the ceremony begins. That "love, honor and cherish" clause takes in a lot of territory. Those about to be married should be aware of the innocent statements that creep up after the neptual knot has been tied, like: "How can you be so stupid as to get back three nsf checks in one week?" or, "I did NOT see that fire hydrant when I parked. Besides, when a patrolman's in a bad mood, ANYBODY can get a ticket." "I don't care of that stupid guy on tv DOES like hamburger mixtures every night of the week." "Well, my father puts the washers in HIS faucets." "Of course that's lipstick on my shirt. You know how those office parties are." "Who ever heard of needing hotsyrup on hot pancakes? .... My mother cans her own ap- plesauce and she NEVER used a cake mix in her life." There should also be an Eloise helpful hints booklet given to prospective brides GROOM FOLLOWS When the bride wears a formal gown at a wedding held before 6 P.M., the men wear grey cutaway coats and grey striped trousers. After 6 P.M. they wear full dress evening tails with trousers to match. HAPPY the bride the sun shines on. and grooms on how to bail oneself out of everyday catastrophics; the kind of calamitous situations that cannot be found in the "everything you always wanted to know" books. The prospective groom is far too innocent when it comes to all the intricate details that constitute a beautiful wedding ceremony. In this era of equal-opportunity, you'd think the groom to be would lend a helping hand. Stands to reason, a bride could enter into matrimonial bliss a ~ittle less fatigued if she dould shove some of those unequivocal details onto the other half of the partnership. With every other union contract being amended and changed each year, you'd think that after three thousand years the contract of marriage could be up- dated a bit, especially during these times of stress. We all know the "birds and bees" education begins at pre- school, but who teaches a girl what to do on weekends while hubby watches 13]& consecutive hours of televised football? Or, the appropriate comment a maybe it' husband should give to, the "I'm too tired." doesn't When I think of all the trouble I've had with ap- pliance warranties though, a m0ney I LOOK OVER OUR SE LECTIONS OF Gifts for the Brid : Choose from a wide selection for Engagements Showers : ! Weddings ,~. ,~ the Gift / S ppe 1321 STAT BE GLAMOURS: with one of M' Pin Permanents or Services.. oTHE U ON Y T,ON L Y NO NC 95 TOP GRADE SOLUTIONS AND OUR I~ ]~ OPERATORS ARE ALL SKILLEDqlulP'~W l INCLUDES BEAUTITIONS. HAl RCUT "ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED" SHAMPOO OUR BUDGET PRICES INCLUDE: ANDSET FROSTING ...................... from $10.00 SHAMPOO & SET .................. from 2.75 TII ............................ from $4.00 IM ........ ......................... 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