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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jolu.doy, April 11, Tilt lEHIBRlOGl HERAIO IS Ann Landers DKAIt ANN1 LANDKHS: I've raid -sevcrul Icllors in your column (ram women wlm gripe because their Inlands' jobs make it necessary Cm- limn to move ,-irmmil Ilic counti'y. They usually Ilial il's for Ihc children. I d'siijjrcc. In fad, il's IwcM very for iuir children. I'd liko offer few MiRneslions Ihiil niiKlil help cit'wrs. (II Make Ihn children a pail cjf Ilic project. Discuss Ilio move with lliern and alwny.s in positive (01111.-.. Kids lake nn altitudes of llwir pure-ill's. If Mom is reijalivc and un- happy, it will nib off on Ihc (2) Take the children to Ihe new city for a weekend visit. Learn from the Chamber of Commerce Ihc places of interest. H the visit is fun Ihc kids nill view the upcoming move with enthusiasm. Allow the children to complete the scine.itcr if pos- sible. This might mean Dad will be uimimitinu for a while, but it's worth i! (Jj the iiKicululion n'cords when- yon can find them. If Iliey arc lost it can lie a tm'ihlc inconvenience. Treat eucll new city as if il's Ihc place you're lo spend Ihc rcsl of your life. Join home and .school (ie.l involved. (Jive your children the feeling ol permanence. They'll adjust better. We're moving (or Ilic fifth lime next Way and wo know we're going to love the new city. WliyV Because we've' loved every city we've ever lived Texas DliAH A.T.: Your lasl sentence says il all. Thank you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: What kind of nutlincss is it xvhcn a young married woman has such an obsession lo be a size I! that she stuffs herself into sweaters, dresses and coats re- gardless of how (hey fil. The only Iliing she cares about is, -Is it a size BY" Lasl week I bought my daughter a pictly housecoat uilh n zipper down the front She Iried II on and il fit her perfectly. Then she asked, "What size is I lokl her I hadn't looked at the size that 1 used my eye and decided it would fit her. When she took it off and discovered it v as a sue HI she said, "Do yon mind if I exchange it for a sue 8V" I replied, "It's up lo you." Last night I saw her in the 8. It fit her like a sausage casing. The zipper was already pulluifi away at the scams and she could barely sit down. Will you please tell me what Is the magic of a site .Size 14 DEAR MOTHER: Your daughter is laboring under the lUusion that il she can squeeze her caboose into a size a she'll look like a size 8. Unfortunately, it doesn't work lhat way. If a garment is too snug, the person who wears it looks tatter, not thinner. Size worshippers can be led astray, too, because some size S's arc smaller than others-depending on the manufacturer. DEAR ANN: The doctors are at it again. Every other week they come up with something that is harmful lo Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public. If it isn't cholesterol it's smog. Now they tell us to stop laughing. A srientist at Stanford Univer- sity says laughing can be hazardous lo your health. He claims laughter disrupts normal breathing and can contribute lo strokes in people who are susceptible. He also points out lhat there is no literature detailing the massive muscular activity associated wilh laughter and we have much to le.iin in Ibis area. I have always believed lhat laughter was good for people now Ihis. Any comment, Ann? What do your expcrls say? Afraid To Hear A Joke DEAIl AFHAID: My experts say go ahead and If you can find somclbing lo laugh about Ihcsc days. (And P.S. Pass it on, will ya'7) E. Cross Sludio, Pholo MR. AND MRS. BARRY CRONKHITE Cronkhile-Guiidlock The Evangelical Church In I which was heltl In the chur MR. AND MRS. JOHN PETER PAPWORTK W a r n e r was Ihe scene of candlelight wedding ceremony when Marjorie, daughter of Mr. id Deanc H. Gundlock, became Ihe hride of Mr. Barry Cronkhite. son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ci onkhile of New Ihe New Daylun. I Hal! wilt The ceremony was perform- downers, id wilh great dignity by Ihc lev. Donald Sipe. Mrs. Hona M a r t i n of Lelh- hall. Toast lo Ihe bride was pro- posed by Mr. George Chessor of I.cthhridgc, wilh Ihc groom iridge, aunt of the hride, was orgnnisl. and Mrs. Ken of the responding. A wedding dance followed In Dayton Community music hy The Sun- Onl-oMown gucsls at the wedding included Patricia and Leonard Gundlock. sister and MR. AND MRS. ALLEN MARTIN ORR Orr-Kurlz brother of the bride, from Ed- monton; Jane Gundlock, sister Miiida) Mack, cousin iridc, was soloist. The bi ide wore a MMcnglh u-au rfc soic gown wilh inserts >f lace on the mandarin collar uid edging the long sleeves, A circular train flowed from be- neath the lace-lrimmed waist. A small, fivc-licred tiara veil, falling lo the shoulders, trimmed with matching lace, and Ihe bride carried boutjucl ol blue carnations cen- tred wifh two while orchids. Bridal attendants were Mrs. .1 c r e (Patricia) O'Rrien ol Lcthbridgc in an aqua gown with a white lace cffecl and lace-lrinunod .sleeves. Cody Gundlock, five-year-old nephew ot Ihe bride acted as ring beaver. Dressed in while, he curried a white satin cush- ion on which rested Ihe two malc-lhiijT lings. Mr. Jerry Beaton of New Daylon was besl man, and Messrs. Roger and Wayne Cronkhile, brothers of the groom, were ushers. Mr. Maurice Martin, cousin of the bride, was master of ceremonies at Ihc reception, of the bride, from Toronto: friend of the bride, Christine Devlin of Ottawa; Captain Cooper of Montreal. The bride's granriinolher, Mrs. Arline Dalton, was a vis- itor from Moses Lake, Wash-, ington. The groom's maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Erickson, came from Indepen- dence, Missouri, and paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Olio Cronkhite were also in at- tendance. Mr. and Mrs. Robcrl Crhonkhite, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cvonkhile and the Misses Barb- ara and Debbie Cronkhite, rel- atives of the groom, were also present. For the honeymoon in Banff, the bride's travelling ensemble consisted of a navy coat wilh hood, mulching dress and slacks. She wore a white orchid corsage. The happy couple will take up residence in Warner, where Ihe bride is a home economics teacher. The groom is a farm- er in the New Daylon and Milk River area. Pastor A. Olson officiated at the double ring wecVling cer- emony of Sharon Janett Kurtz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Kurtz and Mr. Allen Mar- tin Orr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Orr, all of Lefhbridge. Organist for the wedding, which took place in the Lu- theran Church of Ihc Good Shepherd, was Miss Carolyn Saundcrs. Maid of honor was Miss Linda Duhctz, wilh brides- maids Miss Valerie Orr, sister of the groom, and Miss Diane Robertson of Calgary, cousin of the bride. Junior bridesmaid First Baptist Church was the the bride. Misses Stephanie scene for Ihe exchange of wed- and Kimberlie Komm, of Field, ding vows between Cynthia B.C. Kayc Dunn, daughter of Mr. I Best man was Mr. Jerry and Mrs. L. .1. Dunn and Mr. rjriran of Turin, wilh ushers was Miss Donna Morrison of i John Pclcr Papworth, son of Mr. Karl Dunn, brother of the Strathmore cousin of I h e Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Papworth. b, ide, ol Lelhbridgc, Mr, Rich- ijrjde jail of Turin. Rev. Churchill of- Papworth of Turin, Mr. Best man was Mr. C-arv Orr, Related al the double ring cere- Larry Nolan of Iron Springs, brother of the groom, wilh ush- ers Mr. Ken Kurtz, brother of Ihe bride: Mr. Norman Orr and Mr, Keilh Orr, both broth- ers o[ the groom. Following a reception held at the Labor Club, Ihe couple (ravelled lo Calgary and Banff for a honeymoon. They will reside al No. 2, 405 43th St. S.. Lethbridge. Wedding Reports Marriage cind Engagement Announcements In The UtMmdge Herald All wedding reports, marricigc and engagement announcements will now be published on T spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition, eacb week. SpecicJ roquets for publication on other specific days of ihe week will be givan every consideralion- Wcdding Reports, wilh or witlioul piclure, will now be accoplcd in the following fnrnis: Standard Wedding Report- Using Ihe informalion you provide on The Herald's ilandarcl wedding report torm, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wic.li information published which would be ndclilioncil lo Ilinl provided on The llcrald'i sland- ard report form, Ihis will he ciccoplod, cind the cnlire rrjporl will Ilicn he charged at 20c per count line. Charge For o Iwo column picture wilh tliis wrile-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INfORMATION PLf.ASr Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbtidgc An cniup wedding was sol-1 utilized in SI, Augustine's An- glican Church wilh the ex- ge of vows between Cheryl Marl e, youngest Imighlr-r of Mr. .John Lewis ml and Ihc lale Mrs. Elsie Edlund; and Mr. Nick Proc, 'Olingcr son of Mr. and Mrs. John Proc. of Park Lake. Offi- :iating al the double ring ccre- nony was Mcv. ftoy Crislicld. The bride, given in marriage >y her father, wore a floor .enfilh dress with an empire waistline, and a three-tiered Klic carried a bouquet of while roses and lily of Ihc val- ley. Sister of Ihc hride, Mrs. Cid- ncc Hales of Calgary, attended the bride as matron of honor. She wore a pink floor length dress and carried a bouquet ot pink carnations and white slias- la daisies. ou'cr uirl, I.ana Marie (luUHc. also wore a floor length dress and carried a boumicl of pink cai nations and while dais- ies Mr. (Jerry Davis of l.cth- bridge was best man, and Mr. Kevin Goldic was ring bearer. The gi doni. best man. ring bearer and father of the bride, all wore dark suits, pink shirts and white lies. A reception was held in the Windsor Floom of the Park Phua, and Hie bride's table was rlecoi alcd wilh a wedding Maslcr of ceremonies was Mr. Jerry Slrncve, with the oasl I1 the bride given by Mr. Clark Neville of Calgary, broth- er in-law of the bride. Rev. Crisficld gave Rrace. Afler the reception, n gather- Ing of friends look place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goldie of Lcthbridge. For the honeymoon, the bride choose a pant suit and wore a corsage of pink carnations. Tho couple travelled to Great Falls Montana, Telegrams were received from Missoula, Montana and Coulls. Alherla, wilh out-of- town guests coming from Van- couver. Calgary, Tabcr and Clarcsholin. I Nlr. and Mrs. Nick Proc will reside in Lethbridge. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Peler Harder of loaldale are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- of their youngest daugh- ,er. Frieda, lo Mr. Terrancc :Terry) Hunt, son of Mr. and ilrs. Arthur Hunt of Lcth jridge. The wedding will take place on May 21 at Ihc Royal Mili- tary College Church. Kingston, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tipper of Marysvillc, B.C., are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of Ihcir daughter, Gail Doreen, lo Mr. Allan John- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur A. Johnson, of Ixithbridgc. The wedding will lake place inony, wilh organist, Mr. Hop-1 Mi. Krcd Komm of Field, B.C., per and solcisl Mrs. Charles Shepherd. Bridal attendants were Miss Patricia Parks of Lcthbridge. Mr. Lawrence Hapworth ot Turin, brother of Ihc groom. liinghearer was Gerald Pap- woilh, brother of the groom, of Mrs. F. C. (Lorctta) Komm of Turin. Field. B.C., and sister of the I Following a reception and bride Miss Joyce Mehalko of dance at the 1-11 Building. EJ- Calgary, Miss Janet Papworlh hiniiion Grounds, the coupln of Turin, sister of Ihc groom. Flowcrgirls were nieces of Dcdton-Joluisoii McKillop United Church was the scene for (he exchange of marriage vows between Teresa travelled to Great Falls, Mon- tana and Field, B.C. for a hon- eymoon. Thcv will reside at Turin. Best man was Mr. l-> nn Farrics of Del Bonita, with Mr. Bill Dallon, cousin of the Mae Johnson, daughter of Mr. groom. Del Bonita and Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Johnson, of Owendale, Alberta, and Mr. Ronald Ernest Dalton, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ernie Dalton, of Del Bonita. Rev. F. Wilkinson officiated al the double-ring ceremony. Organist was Mr. A. K. Put- land, with soloist Mrs. Evelyn Mills. Bridal attendants were Miss Mary Closer, Coaldale; Miss Brenda Dalton. cousin of the groom, Calgary. Miss Betty Jorgcnson, Calgary: and Miss Pally Hill, niece of the groom. IxiUibridge, was flower girl. on May 20 al 4 p.m. in the Gary Jorgensen of Calgary as groomsmen. Mr. Todd Slod- dard, of Haley, nephew ot the bride, was ring bearer. Ushers were Mr. Ken Weiss and Mr. Del McAuley, both of Lcth- bridge. Following a reception held in the Jefferson Community Hall, the couple travelled to H.C. lor a honeymoon. They will reside at 1517 13 Ave. S. in Le-lh- brldge. n d a Mr. and Mrs. William D. Mc- Donald wish to announce the engagement of Ihcir second daughter, Wendy Jean, to Mr. Randal Robert Wolston- crofl, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wolstonerofl, all of Lothhrhlgc. The wedding will lake place on May 27 at p.m. in SI. Augustine's Anglican Church. Kimberlcy U n i I c d Church. Kimberlcy, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. LeVerre Buller ol Glenwood are pleased lo an- nounce Lhe forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Bonnie Chloc, to Mr. Garlh Lynn Wilde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Or- vin E. Wilde, of Provo. Utah. The wedding will take place on June 8 in the Allwrla Tem- ple, Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. John Mead of Medicine Hat are pleased Lo an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of llicir daughter. Sally, lo Mr. Ron tezulka, son of Mr. and Ulrs. Alois Zezulka, of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place on August lil in Basil's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin ICrick- son of Warner are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of Ihcir only daughter Jove Lynn, to Mr. Joseph L. Wachllcr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wachllcr of Milk River. Tlie wedding will take place on June 10 at 2pm. in Our Lady of Assumption Church. 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