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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -totwdoy, April 11, UTHMIOCI HIIALD It I i P alendar oLoca Ladies' im season will be- gin with dinner meeting Tiws- nd Mrs. Jake Siemens of Coaldale. The wedding will take plact May 30 at 1 p.m. in First Uni- ted Church. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wall ot Lethbridge are pleased lo an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their only daughter, Linda May io Mr. ROD Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fern Hu- ber of Strasbourg, Sask. The wedding will take May 16 at 4 p.m. in the First United Church. Marriages Announced Ann Landers Mrs. Anne Ondrus of Leth- bridge is pleased U) announce the of her youngest daughter, Marguerite Mary, to Mr. Lome Alan Cooley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cooley of Pincoer Creek. The wedding took place Calgary on March 21, where the couple is now residing. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crabb wish to announce the marriage of their daughter Linda Danell to Mr. Richard Cox, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cox of Salt Lake City, Utah. The happy young couple wen married in the Hawaii of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latler-day Saints February 28. They arc presently residing in Hawai where Ihe groom is teaching at the CCH, and plan on returning to the mainland the latter part of May. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes 'I MUST renumber ttw brand nan. I man en TV Insisted my lib would became a wretched thing unlen I got the right kind of peanut brittle." FAKE FUR FOK FALL This take black mda midi coal woj shown in Toronlo this week in a preview of fall styles. The toot, trimmed in grey lynx, n worn with a wide-brimmed hat and high boots. (Jj CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OLD TIMBIS HAIL TONIGHT, SATURDAY adOCK A Mexkovt rkyW for till won mry Saturday pkn 1 7-Nvmbtr Jcckpoti JACKPOTS NOW tfO AND 5 Crnh hr 11.00 m 7Jc Uocoxd Kent to No. 1 Firtholl) DEAN HOLROYD is hostess for the Quota Club spring tea to be held Wednes- day from to and to p.m. in her home at 1737 15 Ave. S. Receiving will be Mrs: C. N. Robins and Miss Agnes Short. Mrs. T. Lanier and Miss Berla Pearson are pourers. Cashien will be Miss EUeda Levitt and Min Mary Stevin; serving, Mesdames H. Pmney, Tbelma Caiman, L. Ingle, S. Peszat, Charles Parry, B. Sch- mitt, Anoe Gray.'K. Lancaster, Miss Ailsa Chalmers and Miss Jean Ringland. Mesdames K WMLfield, F. M. Campbell, W. Short, Mar- jory Austin, Isobel Theobald, Mary Fleming and Misi Vera Gray will work in the kitchen. Mrs. Blanche Wilks and Mrs. Marjorie Ftenung are' conven- ers. The tea will feature a dis- play of 560 sail and pepper shakers. Mr. and Mrs. George Suutt recently celebrated their golden wedding with an open house in Ihe home of their only daughter Mrs. Glen (Enid) GaskeQ, Z8M 13 Ave. S. The-occasion brought togeth- er the family including Mr. W. Gaskell, Calgary, six grandchil- dren and two great-grandchU- dren. Mr. and Mrs. Smith .are visit- ing from Ponoka where1! they have-taken residence. Preferential tea .tor .Sig- ma Chapter Beta Sigma Phi win be held in the borne of Mrs. Lee Sbrefecki, 29M South Parkade Drive Sunday from to 4 p.m. in honor of Mn. Edith Bousn. Special guests are Mesdames Ronald Dorren, Dave Graham, Dona Berlanao and Audrey B: DEAR ANN You have repeatedly advised women to tell a fiance' about a previous marriage, out-of- wedlock child or prison record. What about an abortion? I'm going with a (me man who wants to marry me. He knows Fm not a virgin but be doesn't know I've had an abortion. I've already paid a big price for my mistake and 1 don't want to pay more. My mother says I shouldn't tell htm because it might spoil my chances. I think I should. Yes or DEAR BERNADtNE: Tell him. II it spoils your chances figure it as-'part of "the price." This sort of information hot be withheld. Moreover, if you become pregnant after your marriage your doctor will surely ask about your gynecological history. You can't fool him. The abortion will be part of your.medical record and records are never 100 per cent secure. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband belongs to a poker club. There are nine meiEhers. All the mea are married lo women who seem lo be in good health. Of tbe Dine men, only four invite the club U) their homes' to play. Speakiiig as a wife who his washed plenty of coffe cupa, beer glasses, ashtrays, and made dozens of sandwiches, I resent the free-loaders. Tbe club has been meeting evry week, for two'years and some of us wives think we are getting a raw deal. My husband says fee four guys don't mind having the five In their homes so often. WOT should they? Their the do you Unok should be done? Often Tbe Hostess DEAR HOSTESS: The time to hove established the ground rules was when the club was formed. It is unfair bat four members should repeatedly play host to five others. Your or ooe of tbe other suckers, should suggest that each member take his rani as host starting now. Bethel Baptist Church was the scene of a recent wedding between Yvonne Tomiko Okita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Okila of Lethbridge and Ronald William Yates of Calgary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Yates of Chilh'wack, B.C. Rev. C. Bayley officiated at the double ring ceremony and Mrs. H. Fletcher of Coal- dale was organist. Attending the bride were Mrs. of Lethbridge, Nakatsu of Coal- John Heyi Miss Nobuko dale and Miss Hilda Stovost of Calgary. The Misses Susan IwabucM and Sharon Iwabuchi from Edmonton, were flower girls, both cousins of the bride. Best man was Mr. Jim Cutn- bertsoh of Calgary and usher- ing the guests were Mr. Ron Watson and Mr. Lloyd Okila, brother of the bride, both from Lethbridge- Mrs. Kewham, the groom's grandmother and his brother Bryan were out of town from CraUiwaclf, B.C. After a reception held la Carrolina Room at the El Rancho Motor Hotel, the coupk left for a honeymoon. at me west coast. The couple Is now residing ft! Vancouver. ATTENTION! Lethbridge and District Ladies (Both Young and OJd Alike) BE SURE TO ATTEND OUR MMIT HOWCU JUlll ZAHMIA Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently held s preferendal tea in the home of Mn. Ethel Higgins. Mn. Joan Robinson was the co-hostess. Honored guests were Mrs. lu Scnroeder and Mrs. Lyn Hoeks- ma. MesdaiDes Janice Dean, Diane King, Sharon Dechant, Helen Berlaijdo and Lorraine Moore were HrvHed guests. The crnpter'5 candidates for girl of the Mrs. Fat Hoop- er nd pkdge ef the year, Mrs. Yuerita Hubbard were an- rjaunced it the tea. WIG SALE 100% HUMAN tlMOPEAN QUALITY HAIR Tues. thru Sat., April 14th-18th FREE DRAW on Hand-Tied Wig OPEN a.m. 'I FROM I p.m. Iteceh-ing the guests the Aid ot St. Peter and St. Paul's Catholic Church hoM their on Saturday, April IB, from 2 to 5 p.m., will be Rev. and Mrs. N. Diadio. In charge of kitchen arrange- ments B Mrs. Joseph Gall, at- ristol by Mn. J. D. Campbell, Mrs. George MihaHc, Mrs. Jo- seph Smerek, Mrs. W. Pfycit and-Mrs. N. Koskfwkh. Cish- iers be Mrs. N. Makarenko and Mrs. Julius Peta. Serving the man; guests win be the Misses Debbie MihalUc, Wendy Akroyd and Beverly Deal, and the Mesdames A. J. Campbell, Mrs. F. Peta Jr., H. Deal, R. Akroyd, E. ChoUick, P. George, J. Szabo F. Pela Sr. Sharing pouring' honors art Mrs. Andrew Mihilik and Mrs. M. Maryaneik and Mrs, JuHn Kundrik Sr. and Mn. Alex Duda. Mrs. D. of Fraches Flower Stop-win dis- play floral arrangements at J p.m. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Ttaere to be a [aw mating K mandatory for every woman wbo marries a divorced to have a meeting with his ex-wife. Had I done this, I would not today be a nervous wreck, old al to face my family and friends, and stone broke. J. R. was handsome, charming; elegant, witty and he made me feel lile a school girl. I fell like i too of Laconite-couldn'l watt to show him off to my friends. Within 30 days, I loaned him to buy in' engagement ring. Is a better We were married only three weeks when I realized J. R. bad turned my home into an ersetel. There was no hint what- ever during courtship that be was a gun nut. One day he back- ed up-a truck and moved in m enormous collection of rifles, pistols, sub machine guns', plus several dozen hunting knives. His idea of social life was three-couple orgies. And there was ttie financial side: I was told me month after our marriage that bis mvestnznts had gone sour ar.d I would have to pay afl tbe biLh until he was able to "square things away." After three mcoth] of sheer bell I felt as U I was losing my mind. I was unable to separate reality from imagined fears. For some unexpuunable reason I went to his ex- wife. 1 was amazed to discover that she was a fine, warm- hearted woman. We talked for hours. I learned that J. R. had treated her just as he had treated me. (I also-leamed she was his mini I am in the midst of a divorce now and I still find It difficult to bebeve an thu has happened to me. If only I had made a few mquiria I could have learned tbe truth. (Check- ing Ms credit would have been Please print my letter, Am. I know you can't print the rat's name but you print his initials R laighl help lip off his Dexl victim. Phoolish Phoebe DEAR PHOEBE: Hen's your letter but I must change the initials. Please note, the guy you are going with is a J R., be h not the bird described by Phoebe. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And to WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER Wt 3 Wry fgll tint Instruct- teach of cul- twir ttytrng and cvttingr tinting pirmantnl wwirrf. A pi of Iwautkian payi hfgh- than and oppoirtun- r Fin Aforia iMvrr School 1 124-Jft St. I., IHKbridgo Information r NAME I ADDRESS lew Monthly TuiHcm I CITY Starling Now Give in or lost him when a guy gives you IMs line, look out! For tips on how lo handle the super sex salesman, check Ann Landers. Reed her booklet, "Necking And Petting What Are The Send your request to Ann Landers in .care of Box 670, The Lethbridge HeriM enclosing U ceati in coin and hog-slamped, self-addnsoed envelope. 1620 ZBLLER'S SHOPPING CENTRE, LETHBRIDGE (Mayor Magrath Drive) 328-7203 and EXCITING Where the Smartest Weddings Originate! your' flown from our lovely new collecrion. Ovr courft- oui eipeTiencte1 iMf will b< plra- Hd lo unlit you In your choice, tec, s lureiy collection for brldeimaldi, rW rnofhvn of bride, and atfendonti. Truly, rVi a Irldei' World ot McArthur'l Bridal Jolon. 509 4th Avcnut S. Phont 327-2655 Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marrioga and engagement onnouncehwntt will now published on a ipe- ciol page in The Herold'i Saturday each week. Special requeiti for publication on other ipttific of ihe week will be given every coniideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in fhe following formsi Standard Wedding Using rhe Information you provide on The Herald'i standard wedding report form, (available ot Thf REPORT ON1Y 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wiih Information published whrrh wo'jld additioncl is lira) provided on The Herald's standard report form, thit will accepted, and Ihe entire report will then M charged at JOc per court line. Charge for a two column picture wilh this write-up would 110.00. DSADUNE FOK SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY Of THAT WEEK fOR ADDITIONAL INrORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor, The Lethbridge Herald ;