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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Forthcoming marriages 8fr. and Mrs, C. E. Tolleslrup are pleased to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Dianno, to Mr. Doug- las Holt, son o' Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holt, all of Raymond. Wedding date is to be an- nounced when plans are com- pleted. Mr. and Mrs. J. Steve Buryan are pleased lo announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dcbra Lorraine to Ronald Kent Le Pard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Church, al) of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place September 11 at 2 p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridge. CAJ1DSTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sonuncrfeldt of Cardslon wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carol Dianne, to Mr. Larry Jame1 Lybbcrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lybbert of Glen wood. The wedding will take place August 28 at 3 p.m. in South- minster United Church. Mr. ant1. Mrs. John Kreeft of Burdetl take pleasure hi an- nouncing the forthcoming mar- riage of tlieir son, Wim. to Miss Joy Wygmans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Boeskool, of Grands Saturday, September 4 in the Rapids, Michigan. Alberta Temple, Cardsion. I The wedding will take place Mr. and Mrs. William Slron- aki of Turin are pleased to an nounce the forthcoming mam- age of their daughter, Diane to Mr. Rick Raesler, son of Mr and Mrs. Otto Raesler of Ono- vvay, Alberta. The wedding will take place on DV August 22 at the home of the bridi's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Finch of Medicine Hat, are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their Conner-Larson Rev. G. R. Easter, assisted by Rev. O'Laughlin Assump- tion Church, ware the officia- ting ministers in the First Bap- tist C h u r h recently when Lorraine (Lori) Larson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson of Lethbridge. was united in double ring wedding vows lo Rodge David Conner, son of Mrs. Martha Conner and the late John Conner ol Lethbridge. Miss Leanne Herhst was or- ganist for the summer cere- mony. Mrs. Ross Bamaby was ma- tron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Sharon Weilerman and Miss Ponale Schultr. The groom was assisted by Mr. Barry Goughnour of Leth- bridge, best and Mr. Ross Barnaby, and Mr. Barry Hunt groomsmen. Ushering outies were attend- ed to by Mr. Don Larson, broth- er of the bride, and Mr. Bob Smith. A reception followed in Erick- sen's Family Restaurant, after which the couple left for a honeymoon in Vancouver, B.C. The couple will reside in Cal- gary. SEPTEMBER VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Messmer of Bozeman, Montana, are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Susan Denice to Mr. Alan Moore Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Williams of Raymond. The wedding will take place in September. daughter, Kathleen Ann to Mr. Roger Anthony Lynde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Lynde of Lethbridge. The wedding will take plane September 25 at 5 p.m. in St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Medicine Hat. Mrs. Beulah Lazaruk is pleased to announce the forth- comng marriage of her daugh- ter, Debra May lo Mr. Fiorenzo Vuch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Redento Vuch, all of Leth- faridge. The wedding will take place August 21 in St. Patrick's Cath- olic Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Ruy F. Mere- dith of Lsthbridge are pleased to announce tlie forthcoming marriage of then- daughter, Susan Patricia to Mr. William R. Persley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Persley of Letli- bridge. The wedding will take place October 9 at 5 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Folk are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Rosemarie, to Mr. James Mulcck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mulock of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place September 4 at St. Michael's Catholic Church, in Leduc, Al- berta. r if v Mr. and Mrs. Redento Vuch of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their son, Egidio Gio- vanni, to Miss Janet Leslie Hop- kins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hopkins of Hegina, Sask. The wedding will take place Saturday, September 4 at 4 p.m. hi Sacred Heart Catholic Church, in Regina. MR. AND MRS. BRYANT tABORET Laboret-Brosz lofurdoy, Auauil 14, 1971 THE LETHlP.IBCc HHA.LB 23 U.S. to study role of women WASHINGTON' (AP) _ Thc Unitcd States agriculture de- partment has lessly or study whether a female's place really is in the home. Experts at Cornell University will do the actual survey under a grant mzdc by the de- partment's agricultural re- search service. Officials say the information will help determine whether a woman contributes more by staying home and minding the house and kids than seeking an outside job. "Welfare agencies can use the information to determine if it is more advantageous for a de- pendent mother to receive job training in order to support her family, or to devote her time to home production." the service says. The study could show that in some cases the place for women is not in the home But for oth- ers, particularly those with Ann Landers Terry Bland Photo TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. Waller A. Grey of Leth- bridge are pleased lo announce the engagement of their daughter, Marsha Lynn to Mr. Karl Mass Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mass of Coaldale, A June wedding is plan- ned. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CIOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A Blackout Bingo plcyed for (ill won every Saturday plui 2 7-Numbir Jackpou JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each (located Next to No. 1 Firehall) STR2THCON71 LODGE SCHOOL Residential School for Girls In on JO acre! ot Vr.ncomcr Mind CS! EnlrnnM fnr Tffm 1371 nnrr- I'firs cmf'rtr V almr affk: [IXnj 743-.rufli NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER Wo have 3 fully qualified full time instruc- Iroies and wo leach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and culling, bleaching, lintinn ond permanent waving. You'll enjoy our re modal led and air-conditioned ichool. A prefpsiionnl beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportu- nities oro unlimited. Fill Boquty School c.L e. c ILL. -j i low Month y [405 Sth St. S., Lathbridge Tim Coupon ForMor. INAME IADDRESS Information Payment! Claim Starling Now DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a young man who lias been blessed with nice in-laws. I like ail my wife's relatives and I enjoy seeing them. The problem is that I work long hours for a large sales company and my job keeps me talking to people all day long. Some evenings I'd give anything for a quiet time with only my wife and child. But this is a luxury that appears to be out of my reach. Every time I open the door I am greeted by a relative. Someone is at our place morning, noon and night. On weekends it is standing room only. Please under- stand, Ann. I enjoy my wife's family but I wish they wouldn't come so often and stay so long. I hesitate lo complain about this because I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings. How can 1 get the idea across tactfully? Hospitable But Tired In Marion, Ohio DEAR TIRED: Tell your wife exactly how you feel. If she wants Ions of company, fine, let her entertain on her own time, but your needs should be considered also. Set up a system. Telephone every evening before you leave the office for home. Your call will be the signal to clear out the visitors. It is up lo her fo tell them that you're on the way home tired and in need of a quiet evening. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was one of those screaming mothers you write about. One day I realized I was losing the respect of my children and getting nowhere as far as dis- cipline was concerned. I decided on a new approach and it works like magic. I tell the kids to do something ONCE. It they ignore me they get a couple of swats across the back- side and all privileges are taken away for the rest of the day. (Dessert, TV., games, etc.) I don't nag and I don't scold. I've taken the emphasis off what's wrong and put it on what's right. They get lavish praise for obedience, co-opera- tion, and a job wall done. Anyone who is surly or unpleasant gets no attention whatever. Now I wonder why it took me so long to get smart. I could kick myself for having wasted so many years screan-.ing like a fishwife and allowing the kids to niin my disposition and of course I was ruining theirs. Please print this, Ann. I want to share my new approach. Ex-Screamer DEAR EX: Welcome to the Promised fand. And isn't it wonderful? Children are people only smaller. Like adults, they respond lo love, affection, praise, and approval. What's more, children leai'n lo treat others as they are treated. Thank you for sharing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Did you see where Dr. Harvey Pow- elson, the Chief of the Department of Psychiatry of the Uni- versity of California at Berkley, wrote to a slate senator lo reverse his earlier testimony? It seems IJial Dr. Powclson said "I testified to the committee to the effect that mari- juana was harmless, or at least relatively so. I have changed my mind. After five years of extensive clinical experience 1 have concluded that the continued use of marijuana leads to muddled thinking and a loss of memory. I now also believe that the effects of marijuana are cumulative, and that after prolonged use, chronic hrain disease islands of lucidity those seen in organic brain disease islands of lucidity intermixed with areas of loss of function." Thought you'd like to know that you are in pretty good company. Fresno Fan Dear Fan: When Dr. Hnrvey Powelson publicly reversed himself (several mouths ago) I felt it was an act of courage and I wrote lo tell him so. I al.st printed his comir.cnls in the column at that lame but they are worth repeating. Thanks for providing me wilh an opportunity to do so. Unsure of yourself on dates? What's right? What's wronR? Should you? Shouldn't you? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, "Dating Do's And enclosing with your request 35 ccnl.i in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. ricnsc send inquiries and requests to I-anricrs Rpadcr- mnil Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabnsh Avc.. Chicaeo. 111. 60611. St. Michael's Church in Bow Island, was the recent scene of double ring marriage vows be- tween Katliryne Lynne Brosz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Brosz, and Bryant Laboret, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Laboret. Father Pctravicius officiated at the ceremony where soloist, Mr. Walter Sapinski, High Riv- er, wras accompanied by organ- ist, Mr. Frank Vance, Bow Is- land. Given in marriage by her father, the bridal gown was of satin crystalline wilh leg-of- mutton sleeves, tiny buttons down back, with a train, and train-length veil caught up with pearl headpiece. Her bouquet was of whits orchids and steph- ar.otis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Patricia Warobec, sister of the bride. Assisting the bride were bridesmaids, the Misses Betty, Margaret, and Terry Brosz, sisters of the bride, and the Misses Marilyn, Cheryl, Doro- thy, and Carroll Laboret. sisters of the groom. The attendants of the bride were dressed in identical gowns of figured organza with pastel underskirts of yellow, green, mauve, and pink. Bouquets were of while daisie.', with dais- ies scattered throughout their hair. Mass servers were Mr. David Brosz, Mr. Douglas Brosz, and Mr. Darrell Laboret. Preparing art shoiv The Art of the Courts of France and England from 1259 to 1328, an exhibition which in- cludes loans from museums and libraries in Europe and the United States of America, is now being prepared by the National Gallery of Canada, Ot- tawa, wilh the advice of Pro- fecsors Peter Brieger, formerly of the University of Toronto, Ontario, and Philippe Verdier, of the of Montreal, P.Q. This exhibition, which ex- plores an aspect of the back- ground of Canada's two found- ing cultures, will on view in Ottawa from April 28 until July 2, 1972. A fully illustrated catalogue, to be published in French and English by the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, will be written by Professors Ver- clipr and Brieger. The Art of HID Courts of France and Eng- land from 1259 to 1323 gives them an opportunity, in this publication, to make a contri- bution to scholarship by study- ing tlio individual objects in the exhibition and their relation- ship to the uevclopment of Ih-c arts in France and England during this period. Mr. Don O'Neill was best man and Mr. Tom Riddcll assisted j as groomsman. Ushering duties were attend- ed to by the Messrs. Jack Brosz, Vic Brosz, Pat O'Brian, arid Mark Jones. A blue lace ensemble with white accessories chosen by the mother of the bride, ac- companied by a corsage of gardenias and yellow rose buds. Mother of the room chose a floral print ensemble with white accessories, and a cor- sage of gardenias and pink rose buds. Miss Terry Brosz was in charge of tile guest book at die reception held in the Burdct': Community Hall. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Brian O'Grady, Calgary, while grace was given by Mr. Ray Ulvich, Bow Island. Toast to the bride was gr'en by Mr. Charles Rendlerr.cn, uncle of Hie bride, while Sir. O'Neill, gave the toast to the bridesmaids. Climb Every Mountain was sung by Mr. Sapinsky accom- panied by Mrs Jean Culler. For her outfit, the bride inu groom chose com- plementing panlsuits; the bride in a white pank suit with royal blue accessories, and the groom with royal blue trousers, white and roya' blue pin-striped jac- ket, while and a royal blue shirt. Out-of-town guests attended from Medicine Hat. IjCthhridge, High River, Calgary, Edmon- ton, Kelowna, Nelson, Vancou- ver, and Regina. The ccuple will reside in Cal- gary. Love h booklets meager qualifications for out- side employment, the Cornell analysis is expected to show housework as the best-paying job a woman can get. The study is bound to add fuel to an age-old argument over On value of women in the job force. It will help also to put tags on homework skills that many home economists say much too low in the first place. Housework in itself can and should be exploited as a rung in career ladders for women, sayi the American Home Economics Association. Dr. Doris E. Hanson, associa- tion director, blames low wages, poor working conditions and lack of advancement for a com- mon view that household em- ployment is menial dead-end work. "Yet. the home economics profession has developed a high level ol science, technology and skill in the same areas of exper- tise as are found in the prefer- ence skills of (he household she says. AUGUS'l VOWS Mr. and Mrs. n. M. Frame, of Lelh- bridgc, take Dleasnre in an- nouncing the marriage of I heir elder daughter, Marjor- ie Bellr, lo Mr. Richard George Reinkc, sol of Mi. and Mrs. A. A. Reinie, of Newmarket, Ontario. The wedding took place Au.-usl 3 in St. Paul's Anglican Church. Newmarket. Due to customs difficulties, and monetary exchange, readers are asked to send re- quests for the 'Love Is' car- toon booklet directly to Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Times Mirror Square, Los Angeles, Calif. 90053. Those readers who have sent in requests to The Her- ald will have money refund- ed and are thanked for their interest in this feature. The booklets are now printed arid available. 35... encour- agement u-hen the going is tough. NO FAVORITES NEW YORK (AP) Many of Michael Salem's arc models, actresses, secre- taries and waitresses. When asked if he dates any of them, he replied: "It's bad for busi- ness to slight any of your cus- tomers." Salem is a 29-year-old bachelor with a dress shop. STRETCH STITCHES SWISS MADE GET FACTS fftfT, IByennogoEtNA tin I c r e n t e d Stretch Stllchei, Now competitors are getting excited.. .'old) SUPEBMATIC can do more lhan our conv petliora' 1971 model., CAST. ELNA SUPER rjM.1. MATIC li rated the WQrld'f moit venatile tewing machine. DONT BUY UNTIL YOU TIY For free rfeitianifratlon contact SEWING CENTRE 401 5lh Street South Phone 317-8877 or 357-8811 Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcement! In TkeUthlwiiigeHeniU All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- ciol page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the fallowing forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at Ths REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published wliich would bo additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the anfire report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Chargg for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The LetHbridge Herald ;