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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers E. Crosi Studio, photo SUMMER WEDDING PLANNED Mr. and Mn. Henry Hardy are pleased to announce the engagement and forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Mary Edith, lo Mr. William Kerr, son o( Mr. and Jack Kerr, all of leth- bridge. Tho wedding will take place on August 9 in First United Church. >1 Ul m'11-r ILLClLL l Mrs. Alyce Lo Grandeur an-r May II in the Alberta Temple, nounces with pleasure the en- Cardston Ragcmcnl of her daughter Lana Jean, lo Mr. Patrick John Maddin, of Urnmheller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Palrick Maddin of Iliuxlcsty, Alberta. The wedding is (o lake place In August. Mr. and Mrs. Morris McLar- en of YVynndcl, H.C., wish to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of Lhcir youngest daugh- ter, Margarel .lean, to Mr. Dana Maxwell, son o[ Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Rlachofski of Iron Springs, Allwrla. The wedding is lo take place nn April 15 al Z p.m. in the United Church, Wynndel Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur II. Woolliscrofl %vish lo announce the forthcoming marriage ol their only daughter. Joanne Mary, to Mr, Derrick John Mulh'n, only son of and Mrs. John W. Mullin, all of Lethbridge. The wedding Is to take place on May 13 al 4 p.m. in Our Lady of Assumplion Church. Mrs. Doreen Nielsen o( Cal- gary, formerly of Milk River, is happy to announce the en- gagement of her eldest, daugh- ter, Lorelei Juanlla, to Mr. Robert Frank Llewellyn, only Kon of Mr. and Mrs. F. Llewellyn of Lcthbriugc. The wedding will take place Mr. and Mrs. (jeorge Dut- cbak of Vauxhull, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage o[ their daughter, Gcorgcltc An n e t to, to Air. Richard Wallace Patry, son of Mrs. Violet Palry, of Clyde, Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Randrna of Letbbridgc are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Heli, to Mr. James P. Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ferguson of Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. George Kolasko of Del Bonila, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Drenda Joyce, to Mr. Robert Jack Beck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deck of Card- ston. The wedding will take place on May 6 at p.m. In the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints, 10th Ave. ward, Lethbridgc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Slezina of Coaldale are plfiastnl (o an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Frances Angela to Mr. Garry George Sartison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sartison, of j Vauxnall. The wedding will take place on May 6 at 3 p.m. in St. Rash's Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridgc. DKAIl ANN LANUKMS: As n professor- al Harvard Med- ical School I was inlcreslcd in Hie letter from Ihc woman who had heen married four limes and spoke wilh experi- ence about snoring Imsbamls. Whether cut! likes or dislikes a sound is related lo the previous experience one has had wilh it or in this case, Us producer. It is a medical [act Lhal noise of any kind can re- sult in less restful sleep. Tin's can lie demonstrated by changes in brain waves and rapid eye movements Furthermore, even noise with pleasant associnlion can awak- en a person and irrilatr. liiln, i( it is loud enough. One need nol look to medicine lo know that if nn individual's sleep is interrupted at intervals he will become ill-tempered. For example, if a person were awakened every lO-minutcs by a Brahms rhapsody, he would soon learn lo hate the music. Therefore, Ann. the relationship between snorer nnri snoree is far more complicated (linn that four-lime loser would have ynu liplieve.- Soporific In Cambridge DEAR DR. SOI': Thanks for your letter. Of course, vovi are riphl. If a dame likes a man, his snoring is music to her ears and if she docsii'l, the love liird is a dead duck. DKAR ANN LANDERS: Your answer to that male chauv- inist pig from Monroe, Louisiana was supposed to be a for single uomen, hut you didn't do us much good, Ann. When he called us "anti-male kooks" all you could say was "to each his or some equally Inane cliche. I'd say we were damned by faint praise and in my opinion, you helped perpetuate the nolion thai if n girl is unmarried she is either (a) a Lesbian, has a married lover in (he woodwork, (c) is a neuter number who has no interest in ECS, (d) is a real dog who can't pel a guy. H so happens that I am 36 nnd single and don't belong In any of Ihe above categories. I won't demsan myself by offering a defense but I'd liko you and your readers 'to know there may be several valid reasons for o woman to have a Miss in front of her name instead of a Mrs. Take your pick, (a) She had an unhappy love affair and decided not lo risk another serious involvement, (b) financial commitment to her parents make it necessary for her lo live at home and devole her extra energy lo caring for them, (c) she became fed up witli bores, gigolos and bedroom acrobats and de- cided to nix the whole gender, (d) she enjoys men as a sometime thing but doesn't wanl to be n wife, mother, a housekeeper, a meal-ticket or a nurse. You owe it to every single girl everywhere lo print this letter. Women's Lib In Charlotte UKAH CHAULOTTE: Here's your letter, which, In my opinion, is as good a rebuttal as can be found anywhere. One of the reasons you libbers cafcb so much heat is because you try to born in places where you aren't welcome. Men don't belong everywhere, and neither do women. If you'd Blick lo the valid issues, such as equal pay for equal work, and forget about drinking ueer at Moiy's, you'd accomplish more. Most of all. the movement desperately needs a sense of humor. When did yon last see your leaders smile? Tho ones I've seen look as if they've been zonked with a bag of cemenl. ny, April I, 1777 _ THC lETHB'trCt lltPMD 17 Albcrla Parliament, elects vear's premier KDMOYI'OX fCP' I.eish the nnw Curric of Calgary was elected giri'iiiicr of Hie Alberta Girls' The parliament, in the !i Parliament here. .She vill pre- major item debated, railed side over the second session slriclcr tmf m'frcejn next year. Joanne, (.'hunery of Draytcrn Valley premier- cif ir for on l The members arc 52 rc rwciilntn-tw iprd M IM 13 Ranker units and cade1' roi panics of I IIR AlIjtTla COWH-I] (he Girl of t'.inad.i. DIAMOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Kenzo Oh no, reiidcnls of Barn well, recently celebrated their 60vh wedding anniversary and were honored wilh a receplion held at ihe Houst' of Wong. Married in Hiro- ihima, Japan, on March 25, ihe cojple eighl children, 29 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. They came lo Victoria, B.C. at the oge of 19, moved to Alberta 30 years laler, and have lived here for Ihe 30 Guesls at (he receplion travelled from Deep River, Ontario and Steveston, R.C. Theme o( workshop is 'family dynamics Faculty members horn the University of Lelhbridge will discuss the southern Albertn family, al a workshop on fami- ly dynamics lo be sponsored by the Uthbridge Family Ser-] vice Bureau. Interested members of Ihc public are Invited to attend 1 the seminar, which will be held I in the Gall School of Nursing on Friday, April 21, 4-9 p.m. and Saturday, April 12, 9 a m. 12 noon. There is no charge. Mr and Mrs Kd Millet, Alberta are pk'.iscd In announce the engagement n( br -Tod Mn hvTinan their daughter, Trudy .Joan, lo pleaded Ir, aiumum-p Mr. Daryl George Alexander riage of Iheir eldesl nl Mr. and Mrs. neuron Dnitna May, lo Mr. 1' Mr. Alexander, of Kclowna. B.C., Clemens. formerly of Lothbridgc. The wedding irlnrr on 'Hie uill lake place March ,fO in Tni'onlo am! or, May 20 al 3 p.m. Hie liappy couple h in V.'cslciii, Onl. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT IOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 PHONES 328-0223 Wedding Reports and Engagement Announcements In Herald All weeding reportij marrlogs and engagement onnouncemenrs will now bD published on 1 spe- cial pnge in Tiic Saturday each Spociol requests for publication on other of Ihe bo given considnfation- Wcdding Reports, wilh or without pfclure, will be acccpled in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using (he informcrlion you provide on Tlie slandard wedding form, (available at The REPORT OMIY................. REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wadding If you wish information published would be additional lo ihni provided on The Herald's stand- ard rcporl form, ihia will be accepted, and the rnlire report thnn be charged al 20c per count for Colw.ll ft he wearing I rln i I 1 IJO-Nl'S. nl rvcry 77.5 purcnasri of 1 O you will receive n romplimnntar y T.lnfMI .Satin llan ValuR 1.99' I'Ornal Encollnnl Hoir Colour I Orfial Blondissunn 'iaij tighfcnor 1 Oron! 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