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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Auguil 5, 1972 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 17 Forthcoming marriages Mrs. M. of Coaldale is t Mr. >lcased lo announce the forth- :orninf! marriage o[ her er Oiannc lo Mr. Sheldon Jleavc; of Calgary. The wedding will lake place m August 12 in the First United Church, l.ctlibridge. Re- ception ami dance la follow at .he i'ark Motor Hotel. Mrs. r.lmer Hallon nre pleaded lo announce the forthcoming marriage of their younger il a u M h I e r, Barbara Mae, to Mr. John William Hut- Ion, elder soil of Mr. William Mutton anil the laic Mrs. Gwendolyn Ilutlon, all ol Fort Macleod. The wedding will take place on Sept. 2 in Trinity United Church, Fort Macleod. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner arc pleased lo announce Die forth- coming marriage of their daughter Anita Catherine, to Mr. Mathcw Ilanrahan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanranan, all of lAthbridge. The wedding will take place on August 20 at 3 p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. announce the forthcoming mar- i ;jrc lictppy lo announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Klizabcth Anne, lo Mr. William Herbert Howes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland W. Howes, all of hcttibridgc. 'Hie wedding will tyke place 2 ;jt St. liasil's Roman Church. p.m. in Catholic of Iheir only daughter BernadeUe, to M r. Bruce Mabin, son of Mr, George Mabin and the late Jamesina Mabin of I-elhbritlKe. The wedding will take place on August 19 at p.m. in Our Lady of Assam ptlon Church, Lcthb ridge. Rev. Father Chisholm officiating. SUMMER VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Brionl Stringhom oro pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngesl daughter Sarah Lovina lo Mr. Robert David John Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Williams oil of Lelhbridge. The take place on August 30 in ihc Alberla Temple, CarcJslon. Jourdan's Photo PINCHKIl CltKKK fHNS) Mr. and Mrs. Joe BonerU nouncc the forthcoming mar- riage of his daughter, Joyce, lo Mr. Dan Clclanrl, eldest son of Mr. and Mr.s, Hay Cleland of Milk River. The wedding take place on If) nl Fi p.m. Is St. Michael's K o m a n Catholic Church, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Janzcn wish to announce the forthcom- ing marriage of their elder daughter Phyllis Marie, to Mr. Aron Petkau, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Pclkau, all of Vaux- iKlM. The will take place on Sept. at 5 p.m. in the Men- nonite Brethren Church, Vaux- hall. Larocquc-Roll Marriage vows were ex- changed between Bonnie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Roll of Hays, and William Larocque, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larocque of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Miss AMecn McKay offi- ciated at the double-ring cer- emony which took place in Hays United Church, with Mrs. Kdna Davis as pianist. Maid of honor was Miss Lore- lei sister of the bride. Ftowergirl was M a r y a n n c Larocque, sister o[ the groom. Best man was Const. Jack Payne of Peace River. Ushers were Mr. Jim Larocque of Prince Albert and Mr. John LarocqiiC: of Edmonton, cousins of the groom. A reception and dance were held in the Hays Community Half, with Mr. Ucnni.s Roll of 0utlook, Sask., of Die bride, as master til ceremonies. Toast to the bride was given hy Mr. Kenneth Kosowan of River, Alberta. Mrs. Ilia Roll of Outlook nl- tended the guest book, with Misses EHIccn and Christine Larorquc, sisters of the groom, in charge of gifts. GucsU attended from Saska- toon, Prince Albert, Outlook, Conquest, Lucky Lake n n c! Sceptre, Saskatchewan; Van- couver, Grande Prairie, Cal- gary and Fxrthl) ridge; as well jis oilier points m Following a honeymoon trip to B.C. and Seattle, the couple look up residence In Slave Lake, Alberta, where the groom is stationed with the Royal Ca- nadian Mounted Police. s... being able lo admit it you're Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriago and cngapemcnt on noun cements will now bo published on spe- cial pa go in The Herald's Salurday each week. Specjol requests for publication on olhcf specific days of tbo week will bn given every consideration- Wecfding Reporls, whh or without piclure, now bo accepted fn I he following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using thn in formal Jon you provide on 7hn Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at Tbo REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would additional lo tlial provided on Tho Herald's stand- ard rcpor! form, Ibis will bn accepted, arid Ibe ontirn report will then bo charged a( 20c per count line, Chorfjo for a Kvo column pic turn with f his we i In-up would DEADUHr FOR SATURDAY PUBUCAT1ON WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WfiFK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald Mr, and Mrs, Edward Schmidt of Twin Butte are pleased to announce Uie en- gagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jo- Ann Barbara, lo Mr. Allen Dennis Serge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sorgc of Pincher Creek. The wedding will take place on August 26 at St. Michael's Mr. and Mrs. Anton Heck of Roman Catholic Church, Pin- Purple Springs arc pleased to i cher Creek, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Gill of High River wish to announce the forthcoming marriage oi their daughter Janet Christine, to Mr. Hoy Allan Ross, son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Thomas Ross of Lelhbridge. The marriage will take place on August 26 at p.m. in the High River United Church. Engagements announced Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gilbert- son of Bow Island are pleased to announce the engagement of their older daughter Joan Caro- line lo Mr. Ixjonard Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bate man of Red Deer. The wedding will take place on Sept. B in Trinity Lutheran Church, Red Deer. Glon Zmurchyk, son of Mr. Mrs. Mike Zmurchyk of Lcth g ridge. The wedding will lake place on Sept. 9 at 4 p.m. in Trinity United Church, Fort Macleod. Mr. II. Mr. E. Basledo is pleased lo announce the engagement of his only daughter, Gail, to Mr. Rob- ert Hugh Turner, eldest son of Taylor of Fort Mr- and Mrs. C. ]J. Turner, all Macleod is pleased lo announce i of Lethbridge. the engagement of his daughter 1 An early spring wedding Is Harriet Rachel, to Mr. Laurie I planned. MARRIAGE PLANNED Mr. and Mrs, Albert King ore pleased 1o announce the forlhcomfng marriage of their elder daughter Efizabefii Grace, Jo Mr. Laurie Scoll ion of Mr. and Mrs. Wiffred Bovi'ns, all of Lelh- bridge. The fake ptaco on Sept. 2 at p.m. in the First Baptist Church. -Terry Blond THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "I wont your wife to donate your five favorite recipes to Priceless porcelain service used lo impress Russians COPENHAGEN fC P) One nf the world's most, price- less porcelain service sefs is on exhibition in Rosenberg Palace in Cojxmbagen. On special occasions it is bor- rowed by the royal family. It'.s in Ihc Flora Danica pat- tern, in cx.icl copies of botani- cal engravings which ap- peared in 1761. Tliis particular dinner serv- ice has n fascinating begin- ning. It was really a show-off set. In I7H9 Ihc Danish royal family wanted to impress on Ihc Russians how much supe- rior was Danish porcelain than the Russian. Tlic latter hart stolen the se- cret of making china from the Danprs who, in turn, Imd stolen it from the Germans who, only 200 years ago, lirul man- aged through spies (o Icani the closely guarded .secret from UIR Cbine.se. Incidentally, porcelain and china are the .same. Ho the Danish king ordered a service of pieces as n to CallKinro If of Russia. Twelve years passed and then ihc work was lioth Catharine nud the artist who was himdpainliritf the set hrtd died. Only some1 pieces had finished. TUosl of these now beloiif; to Ihc Dan- ish family. WKimiNG PIIHSM.NTS Jlmvever plalcs are (o bo (minrl as wall 01 nnmenls al the SU-cnsgraarcl in a n o r house, near Faborg in Den- mark, It's n hotel -pension now. A second Flora Danica was made some (10 years nfler the first as a wedding present. In (lie Danish I'rinress Alexan- dra. She married the IVinre of Wales. Inter Kdward VII, Among later Flora Danica rerviccs a modc.sl fiO-per- son set for anollirr Danish princess, Anne-Marie-. when in JfHVI she married King C'on- slanMn of Greece. The padern i.sn'l exclusive lo royally, of course. Anyone can order any number of pieces but they're extremely expensive. Incidentally I h e. Flora Danica pattern did pel to liur.sia finally. The Danish government presented n pinto of tfiis pattern to Hie Russian nslrrmaiil Gagarin on his visit lo Denmark. This famous pattern Is pro- (1 Licit I, as well as many oth- ers, hy Ihc Hnyal Copenhagen Porcclnin Manufactory. I t wna founded in camo Into llio hands of Uio royal family but wasn't a financial success and I81R was turned over to a private company. Today it has some workers and the olher large porcelain manufacturer, Bing and Grondahl, has FKW The. making of china has changed little since its Chinese beginnings. However, today most factories paint under the glaze instead of over it. Porcelain is made from n combination of quartz, silicon rock and white clay. By changing the proportions you get different qualities. It can lie moulded by hand or shaped in moulds of plaster of Paris. It's easy to tell Royal Co- penhagen porcelain. H lias three wavy lines surmounted hy a crown. II you're buying any pieces, run your finger- nail across the trademark. If it's second grade, there will be a scratch (here. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like to say a few words lo that woman who was marl at her folks. She called them rotten grandparents because they refused to be available whenever she wanted to dump her children so she and her husband could enjoy weekends out of town. I am a living example of why grandparents should r.ot get Involved. Last Saturday I lost my beautiful grandson. Tills cliikt meant more to me than any living creature. His mother went to work and asked me if I would take complete charge of the baljy. At first I didn't know whether I had the strength at my age to accept the responsibility, (he was only five weeks but I agreed to try. Within a month I lost ray heart completely to that little boy. Now, 18 months later, my daughter-in-law announces, out of the blue, that she and my son are getting a divorce and she is leaving in three the live in another state with her parents. I have died n thousand deaths since that day. The empti- ness in my heart is indescribable. I never dreamed I could ache so much. I am not blaming anyone, but this has taught me a bitter lesson. Never again will I become so involved with a grand- DEAR H.: Surely you don't regret having taken the child. He brought you much happiness. These are UK things you should remember and lie grateful for, If yovi have love to give, why not take a foster child Inio your home? There are many youngsters who need what you have lo offer. Please consider it, dear. -.sii ana out of t Mrs. Tim Negrello (nee Tilic-