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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers Jalurdoy, April 29, 1775 THE MtRAlD 15 DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was Intrigued by (he letler from 'Hie Other Woman who signed herself "Patience Sha was warning The Wife to shape up because in her words, "I know quality when I see it, and Lady he's got it What about HER quality? What can be said for a female who Mould sneak around with a married man and let him spend time and money on her when his own family needs his physical presence and his paycheck? I ran across a poem recently that says it far bcttern than I can. Will you print it please, flic author is Judith Viorst The Other Woman Never smells of Ajax or furniture polish. Sho was bored with Bob Dylan A year before we had heard of him. She's a good sport about things like flat tires and hot water, Because it's easier lo be a good sport When you're not married. The Oilier Woman Never has tired blood. She can name the best hotels In Acapulco As readily as we can name the best detergents. She wears chiffon peignoirs instead of a corduroy bathrobe, Because it's easier to try harder When you're not married. The Other Woman spends her money on real furs While we spend ours on obstetricians. She knows how lo make a husband feel wanted, Because it's easier to want a husband When you're not married. In And Tuned Out DEAR PLUGGED: Thank you for your contribution. 1 received thousands of superb letters from women who offered lo reply lo Patience, but yours best. How much do you know about pot, LSD. cocaine, speed, metb, uppers and downers, glue ajid heroin? Are al! these drugs dangerous? Get Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet ordered, send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope (16 cents post- age) to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, 111. 60654. L' JUNE WEDDING PLANS Mr. and Mrs. Rex ol Lelhbndge aro pleased lo announce fhe engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Normo louise, lo Mr. Jon Dudley, son, of Mr. and Mrs George The wedding will toko place on June Photo Arts 6 in The Alberta Temple, Cardsfon. OPPORTUNITY FOR C.N.A, IARGE IETHBRIDGE MEDICAl CLINIC requires a CERTIFIED NURSING AIDE on a part time basis Apply in person only lo RON RAPLEY CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419- 71h STREET SOUTH MOTHER'S DAY AND GRADUATION SPECIALS FOR MOTHER AND DAUGHTER May 2nd to May 31st PERMS: Reg. NOW Reg. NOW 12.50 Reg. Now 1000 Reg. j Q0 STREAKS: Reg. NOW 12.50 COLORS: RCJJ. 58.00 Now 7 00 AU WIGS 5.00 OFF REG. PRICE B. J. HAIRSTYUNG SALON LTD. 506 41.1 AVE. S. PHONE 328-3650 Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. John son of Calgary are pleased to announce the fort booming marriage ol their daughter Theresa Perkinson. lo Mr. Robert James Valentine, son of Mrs. Hazel Nelson, of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place on July 29 at p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, Mr. nmt Mrs. Karpink of N'ew Dayton are jjlea.scd to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Sharon, to Mr. Brian Oliver, sou of Mr anit Mrs. Golden Oliver of Lethbridge Mr. and Pete Harlsoff are pleased to announce tils of their daughter, Mary m Mr. Stanley Myndio. nf Mr. and Mrs. Klko Myniiiu, all of Hayrnond. V.'edclini; plans will'bo an. Mr anil Mrs L. M. Jorjen- son of are pleased to aiiiiouiuT the engagement nf their clituihli'r. Mnrlenc Lillian to Mr. Mr-rle Lindwall of Cal- Tho wedding "'ill take placa on in [he Lutheran Church of the Cocxl Shepard The wedding will take place Williaimor. Mny Basil's Church. at Roman p.m. in St. a t li u I Mr. and Mrs. Sluart Cam eron cf Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter Florence Jean, to Marine Private First Class Ricky Lynn Halt, o( Memphis, Tennessee, son nl Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hatt of Lethbridgc. Wedding plans will be an nounced at a future dale. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Run of Lethbridge are pleased to annotmce the forlbcoming mar- riage of their only daughter. Mrs. William of Tort Maclera. ploriscd to annoiince tlie tin ilu'oniinsi marriage of Iliclr U> Mr Everl Vjndoiberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Vandenberg of Ihe Netherlands. Tlie wedding will take plare on May at .1 p.m. in the Granum Christian Reformed Church. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Con- nor are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Kathleen Patri- cia to Mr. Terrencc Stuckert. son cf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuckerl. all of Lethbridge. Tlie wedding will take place CONST. AND MRS. DAVID GEORGE COLLIS Collis-Hasxard Buchanan Memorial Chapel Lethbridge was the scene for the candlelight wedding ceremony when Jo-Anne Les- ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. L. Uaszaid, became the bride of Constable David George Collis, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Collis of Trail, B.C. Rev. R. Elliot performed the ceremony with original vows which he prepared. Phyllis Kristiansen, friend of the bride, sang Perfect Love nt the church, with Mr. W. Wool- house as organist. The brida wore a full length crocheted white crystal i n e gown, which tiad slim shell lines, an empire waist long fitted sleeves and an attached matching hood. She carried __ bouquet of white phaelanopsis orchids, yellow pompom chrysanthe- mums, lily of the valley, Bos- Ion fern and trailing ivy. Miss Diane Collis, twin sis- ;er of the groom, of Vancouver, A'as ttie bride's only attendant. She wore a full-length crushed yellow velvet gown with horxl. Const. Dave Davies of Milk- liver was best man, ushers were Cpl. Maurice Larson of and Const. Tom Man- on of Bow Island. Mr. Geoff brother of the bride, was master of ceremonies at the reception held In the Windsor Room of the Park Plaza Hotel. During the reception, Phyllis Kristian- .sen and Mr. Jack Patey enter- tained. Toast to the bride was pro- posed by Mr. L. J. McKenzie of Calgary, close friend of ttie family, with the groom res- ponding. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Geoff Haszard, broth- er and sister In-law of (he bride of Cold Lake, Alberta: Mrs. R. Landes, aunt of the bride and Mr. anil Mrs. R. MaeNicol, cousin of the bride, both of Calgary. The grooms' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Collis tra- velled from Trail. B.C., as did Mr. Robert Collis, youngest brother of the groom. 'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Collis, of Kimber- ley, eldest brother of the. groom and his wife were also present. Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Roy Murray of Trail, B.C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur CoulinR of Crcston, and Mrs. J. Collis and her daughter, Suzanne. For a honeymoon trip to Jasper, the bride chose a white ankle length goatskin coal, red and white peasant dress, and matching platform shoes. The couple will reside In Cardston where the groom is stationed with the HCMP de tachmenl Jourddn'i photo MR. AND MRS. GEORGE CHRONIK Chronik-Stauth St. Catherine's Roman Catho- lic Church in Picture Butte was the scene for the exchange of double ring vows between Deborah Denise, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Wilt Stauth of Turin, to Mr. George Chronik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chro- nik of Picture Eutte. Father Vornbrock officiated at the ceremony, wlfh organ- ist Mrs. B. Stau'tii, aunt of the bride, and soloist, Miss Mary Chronik, sister of the groom. Maid of honor was Miss Gloria Sosick of Picture Bulte, with bridesmaids Miss Valerie Stauth, cousin of the bride, of Lelhbridgc; and Miss Mary Chronik of Picture Butte. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Karen Stauth, sister of I the bride and Miss Pally Chro nik sister of the groom. Best man was Mr. Peter Kecbler of Edmonlon and us- Marriage annouced hers were Mr. Dan Chronik, brother of the groom, of Pic- ture Butle. and Mr. Grant Stauth, brother of the bride, of Turin. Following a reception held In the General Grant Room of the El Hancho Motor Hold, the couple travelled through Mon- tana, Idaho. Utah and Wyom- ing, U.S.A. for a honeymoon. They will reside on a farm near Picture Butto. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McLean are pleased lo nounce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Judy Dar- lene, to Mr. William Xiel Nilz. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. I Fred Nitz of Rolling Hills. Al- Seita. The wedding look place In McKillop United Churdi. loue on May Ti ;it 3 p.m ......t-....... Kitiop I'niteci Church Lileen Marie, to Mr. Garv j Boyden of Cranbrook, B.C.. son Mr and Mrs. Shields of of Mr. and Mrs. Peter lioydcn Cardston are pleased (o an- "ounce forthcoming mar- The wedding will take place nap; of their daughter Mvrna on July H at 5 p.m. in Our Rae. to Mr. David Roberts." son Lady of Assumption Church, of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Rob- Lethbndgc. erts of Cocjuitlam, B.C. Wedding plans will be an- Mr. and Mrs. John V. Ander- j nomm] 3t ,a date- Mr. and Mrs Peto Bartsoff ice ipe of _._..... to Mr. Richard Williams, son of Mr. son are pleased the engagement of their daugh: Mr Mrs Peto Bartsc ter. Wendy Lvnne to Mr JJ v lo nnnonm Eugene Maurice Englchart ie. marriage son of Mrs. James P. '.c'.r ''f'Sll ?.r Deborah to M all of Lethbridge. j Williams, son of M. The wedding will take place Mrs, cuff Williams, nil of i Juno 3 at j-m m in vi .Raymond on June 3 at p.m. in SI. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. The wedding will take place on July lf> in Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Athur Widmer i ou> TiMKS of Spanvood, B.C., are pleased I IN'N'ISFAIL, Alia. CCP) to announce (he forthcoming! The SOth annual Aberdeen marriage of their daughter, j Picnic scheduled for Julv R Mnamairie Ruth, to Mr. Cecil j promises to be a genuine "old- Erie Johnson, son of Mrs. Olive fashioned affair. Some of tbo Johnson of Taber, Alberta. events planned are pillow fights, Tha wedding will lake place rooster-catching contests and a on June 3 at p.m. In the nail-driving contest for the la- Alberta Temple, Cardston. dies and Mrs. Howard S. Hicken of Raymond are pleased lo announce Ihe forlhcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Peggy Jane, to Mr. Roger Ealdry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baldry, of lelhbrido? The wedding will take place on July 8 in .ho Alberta "l-mple in Cards.on. STRETCH STITCHES SWISS MADI GET THE FACTS SIHthn. Now compilitort ara getting" ixcltid..... SUPERMATK; con do mora thbn our com- models. 15 MATIC rated the wbrfd'i molt venatllo stwlntt machtnf, DONT BUY UNTIl YOU TRY For free dimoni.roHon contort SEWING CIKTRE 401 SO, Strett Soulh Phono 327-M7X or 937-1111 PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 PHONES 32B-0222 Napkin. Motchci Gifu Cuka Topi ilolioni Roply Cards Thank You C knotting you're alii'ays number one with him. College Shopping Mall Guide for (rift-Giving n bride viii.s our Gifl il'i beguiling of ihe SL'locu Ihe pattcrni ond col- ors for her household Uoussenu, lor gift flivinfj will serve for yean fo come. Family and l' tn rfs as ihey shop for wedding iry and holiday limei. Our Bride list HARLCME ERITHJER KARYN COURI PATRICIA EHNES DIANA FOOTE MARJORIE GIB8 CINDEE GODIONTON MAUREEN HADUNGTON PEGGY IEE KEHR JACKIE IANT IINDA IFE SUSAN McDONAin LORELEI NflLSEN MYRMA SHORT TRANCES SLEZINA IEA VERHOEF CAROL WOIOSUK JO ,NNE WOOUISCROr? DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S ;