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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was Intrigued by Hie Idler from Tlie Other Woman who signed herself "Patience." She was warning The Wife Lo shape up because in her words, "I know quality I sec U, und Lady, he's got What ahoui IIKU quality? What can be saitl for a female who would sneak around vhh a married man ami let him spend time ami money on her when his own family needs his physicnl presence and his paycheck? I ran across a poem recently that says it far bcttern than. J can. Will you print it please. The author is Judith ViorsL The OtlKT Woman Never smells of Ajnx or furniture polish, Sho was bored with Hob Dylan A year Ijcforc we had heard of him. She's a good ?port about things like flat tires and hot water, Because it's easier to be a good sport When you're not married. The Oilier Woman Never lias tired blood. She can name Hie best hotels In Acapulco As readily as wo name Hie best detergents. She wears chiffon instead of a corduroy bathrobe, Because it's easier to try harrier When you're not married. The Other Woman spends her money on real furs While we sporxl 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 was best. How much do you know about pot, LSD, cocaine, speed, meth, uppers and downers, glue and heroin? Are all 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 (1C cents post- age) to Ann Landers, Box 3346, Chicago, 111, 60651. rdoy, April 29, 1772 THE HERALD 15 Forthcoming marriages Mr and Mrs. Albert IV John Mr. anil sou of Calgary are pleased lo arc pleaH'd announce the I o r I hcorimic marriage ol Ihoir daughter. Man Ann Theresa IVrkinson. lo Mr. Rohcit James Valentine. son of Mrs. llazi'l Nelson, of Lclhbridgc. The wedding will lake place on July 25 at 5 p.m. In SI. Basil's Roman Catholic Church rs. 1'elo Uarlsoll announce tin of Ilicir daughter, M Mr. Stanley Mindiu. "I Mr. and Mrs. Dl'kri Mymiu' ol Uaymon'l will hn an umincc'tl at a fiiluie ilnle. Mr. nml Mrs. Alex of New Daylon arc pleased to announce the forilicoiniiii: mar- riage o( Ilicir dauchlpr Sharon, lo Mr. Brian Oliver, sou of Mr anil Mis. Golden Oliver ol I.ctlikridgc. The wedding will lake I'lace May Basil's Qiurch. al Roman p m. I h Mr. and Mrs. Sluart Cam eron of l.cthbrhlge are pleased lo announce the engagement of their eldest daughter Florence Jean, lo Mavine Private First Class Ricky Lynn Hall. n( Memphis, Tennessee, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hall of LetWnidgc. Wedding plans will bf nn nounced at a future date. Mr anil Mr? L. M. .Jorjen- son of idee art1 pleased lo anuinimr- Uie enpieemcnt their Marleuc Lillian lo Mr. Mi-rk1 l.inrlwall ol Cal- gary. Tlii' ucddinp will take plsco rjn AUC.U.-L in [lie Lutheran Church n[ the '.iocxl Shepard Mr. am' Mis. W 1 1 II a in nf Tort Macleod art- pleased to .innoiinrc1 Hie Imlhvimnnil inaiTiagf of Ihnr daughter. VVilnia UP Mi- Uvcrl yjndciiherc.. son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Kvcrl Yaiidenhcrg of Hie Nl'lhel'laiuK Tlie uedduig will (ake plare on May at .1 in the Grnnuni t'hrisUan Reformed fhurcjli. CONST. AND MRS. DAVID GEORGE COUIS Collis-Haszard Buchanan Memorial Chapel i held (n the Windsor Room o( was the scene Ihe Park Plaza Hotel. During MR. Jourdan'i photo AND MRS. GEORGE CHRONIK Mr. and Mrs. 1'alrick OTon- tior are pleased lo announce Ihe forthcoming marriage of their K-.ilhk'cn Patvi- cia In Mr. Torrencc Sluckcrt. son l'f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Hunpc? Sturkeil. all of Lethbridgc. of I-ethbrirtge are pleased U: Tin- wcddim; wiU lake place announce the forthcoming mar- on May 'J-7 ;jt 3 p.m in Mc- riagc ol their only daughler. Killop t'nucci C'mirch. Eileen Marie, to Mr. Gary i noyden ol Cranbrook. B.C.. son Mr. and Mrs. Xed Shields of of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boydcn CariMeii are pleased lo an- of Lcthbridge. nounfc lhc> forthcoming mar- The wedding uill lake place riage of (heir daughter Myrna oa July H at 5 p.m. in Our Rnc. lo Mr. David Roberts, son of Assumption Church. Chronik-Stauth Lelhbridge lor the candlelight JUNE WEDDING PLANS Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cahoon of Lclhbridgq aro pleased lo announce the engagemeni and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Norma Louise, to Mr. Jon Dudley, son of Mr. and Mrs, George Dudley of Magralh. The wedding will take placet on June 6 in the Albevla Temple, Cardslon. Phole Arts OPPORTUNITY FOR C.N.A, IARGE IETUBRIDGC MED1CAI CLINIC requires a CERTIFIED NURSING AIDE on n pnrt time basis Apply in person only lo RON RAPLEY CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419- 7lh 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 10.00 Reg. NOW STREAKS: Reg. NOW 12.50 COIORS: Reg. NOW 7.00 AU WIGS 5.00 OFF REG. PRICE B. J. HAIRSTYLING SALON LTD. 504 4111 AVE. S. PHONE 328-3650 wedding remony wiica Jo-Anne Les- daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ilaszard. became the ide of Constable David corfje Collis, son of Mr. and rs. George Collis of Trail, C. Rev. R. Elliot performed the remony with original vows hich he prepared, rhyllls ristiansen, ide. sang friend Perfect o( I h c Love nt e church, with Mr. Wool- as organisl. The brida wore fl full length rocheted while own, which had nes. an empire the reception, Phyllis Krislian- .sen and Mr. Jack Patey enter- tained. Toast lo Ihe bride was pro- posed by Mr. L. J. McKenzie of Calgary, close friend of the family, wilh the groom res- ponding. Out of lown 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. MaeN'icol, cousin of (he bride, crystal i n e slim shell long [ed sleeves and an allached latcliing hood. fiiie carried a bouquet of hi to phaetanopsis orchirls, ellow pompom chrysanlhc- inms, lily of the valley, Bos- in and trailing ivy. Miss Diane Collis, twin sis- er of the groom, of Vancouver, as the bride's only attendant. 10 wore a full-lenglh crushed ellow velvet gown ivitli hood. Const. Unvc Davies of Milk iver was best man, ushers ere Cpl. Maurice Larson of oromost and Const. Tom Man- on of Row Island. Mr. Geoff brother f the bride, was master of ercmonies at the reception both of Calgary. The grooms' parent, and Mrs. George Collis Mr tra- SI. Catherine's Roman Calho-. hers -were lie Church in Picture Bntte was the scene lor the exchange of double ring vows between Deborah Denise, daughter ol Mr. anil Mrs. Wilt Stauth of Turin, to Mr. George Cllronik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chro- nik of Picture Eutle. Dan brother of the groom, Chronik, of Pic- al the ceremony, wilh organ- ist Mrs. B. Staulh, aunt of tho bride, and soloist, Miss Mary Chronik, sislcr of the groom. Maid of honor was Miss Gloria Sopick of Viclure Bullc, i wilh bridesmaids Miss Valerie Staulh, cousin of the bride, of I-elhbridgc; and Miss Mary Chronik of Picture lluUe. Junior bridesmaids were veiled from Trail. B.C., as did Miss Karcil siaulh, sisler ol p Mr. Robert Collis, youngest the hMc am, Miss chro brolhcr of the groom. Mr. and j nik sjstcr 0, proom Mrs. Gordon Colhs, of Kimber- man was potcr ley, eldest brother of the Kecbler ol Udmonlon and us groom and bis wife were also-------------------- ------------------_ prtsenl. i Olher guests iiicluded Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Murray ol Trail. B.C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Arl Couling of Crcston, and J. Collis and her daughter Suzanne. For a honeymoon Irip to Jasper, the bride chose a white ankle length goalskin coal, red and white peasant dress, and matching platform shoes. The couple will reside In Cardslon where the groom is stationed wilh tho HCMP de- tachment. lure Bullo. and Mr. Grant Slauth, brother of the bride, of Turin. Following a reception held In the General Grant Room of the El Ilancho Motor Ilolel, the couple travelled through Mon- Father Vornbrock officiated tana. Idaho. Utah and Wyom- Lady Lelhbridgc. Rob- Mr. and Mrs. John V. Ander- son arc pleased to announce Ihe engagement of their daugh- ler. Wendy Lynnc lo Mr. Eugene Maurice Englchart. sou ol Mrs. James P. Andre, all of I.elhhridge. 'he wedding %vill lake place of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley erts of Coquitlam, B.C. Wedding plans will be an- nounced at a laler date, Mr and Mrs Polo Bartsoff I Jr. :irc pleased lo announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Deborah lo Mr. Richard Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Williams, all of ou June 3 at 4.30 p.m. m SI. ing, U.S.A. for a honeymoon. They will reside on a (arm near Picture Buttc. Patrick's Church. Roman Catholic The wedding will take place on July in Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Athur Widmer of Sparwood, B.C are pleased! OLD TI.MKS Alia. fCI'l to announce the i T1'c SOlh animal Aberdeen marriage ot Ihcir scheduled for July R N'inamairie Ruth, to Mr. feoil j promises to he a genuine olli- Eric Johnson, son of Mrs. Olive I Inshioncd affair. Some o) lira Johnson of Taber, Alberta events planned are pillow fights, Tha wedning will lake place rooster-catching contests and a on June 3 al p.m. In Ihe nail-driving conlesl for the la- .Marriage annouced Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McLean are pleased lo an- nounce the marriage of Hieir youngest daughter, Judy Dar- iene. to Mr. William Xiel Kill, cldesl sou of Mr. and I'lts. I Fred Nitz of Rolling Hills. JULY Mr. and Mrs, Howard S. Hicken of Raymond are pleaserf lo announce ihe forthcoming mar- riage of Iheir daughlcr, Peggy Jane, lo Mr. Roger Ealdry, son of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Baldry, of The wedding will lake place on July 8 in Ihn Alberra T-mpic in PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 Alberta Temple, Cardslon. with him. The wedding look placu McKillop United Churdi i Guide ioi (iift Registry When nia'iy hoppy enpeT ihe stflrcli ihe potlpr on for her liousehold ihe (jracjously provides a Ior qift flivincj will ierve for yoari ro come, Fomilv onci cndi moy consul' rcc- ihcin (of wcdriing ond Talcr ct anniver- d holiday timei. Our Bride list P.RHINLR KARYN COUS1 FATRICIA EHNES DIANA FOOTE MAR1ORIE GIBB CINDEE GODtONTOM MAUREEN HADUNGTON PEGGY IEE KtHR JACKIE IANT INDA IFE SUSAN McDONAlO lOKEtEl NfltSEN MYRNA SHOUT FRANCES SIEZINA ItA VERHOtF CAROL JC ,NNE WOOLLISCROFJ Phone 317-5747 606-608 3rd Avenuo ;