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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE lETHBRIDCE IIERAIO Saturday, Autjmt 19, 1972 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDEHS: I took my children lo the park for a little fun and I canto home sick. There wcro three darling children there, eight, five and two years of age. No one seemed to be with them. As the sun began to set I nsked tlio eight- year-old boy where his Mommy was. "Oh, she's he re- plied. "But she told us lo I'lay nice and come home when it gets dark." I tolrt him f he should lake his sisters mut go right then because the hvo-ycar-olrt was wet awl shaking in the cool breeze no sweater, lie reluclanlly agreed. As they started to cross the street 1 yelled at him to lake hold of his little sister's hand. She was running ahead, straight into the traffic. Luckily, the cars stopped and the children got across all right. 1 went home shortly after thai, found the family in the phone book and called the mother. When 1 told her I was concerned about her children she said. "Oh T asked her if she had ever read about child moleslers. She replied, "I don't believe in bringing up children with fear." Ann, I'm only an ignorant woman, so of course she won't pay any attention to me, hut for heaven's sake, please print my letter for that mother and for other mothers who take such terrible chances with their most precious possessions. Disgusted In Brand Rapids DEAR DISGUSTED: Your letler should make that mother see herself as a woman with an appalling lack of common sense. Thanks for putting it so well. A Confidential to Free At Last: Don't bet the rent, honey. It sounds to me as If HE is free but you will be paying for this decision for a long time to come. If he succeeds In talking you Into a light housekeeping arrangement, write to me In two years atid let me know if you still believe the decision was a good one. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have read so many letters in your column ending with the age-old question: "My husband runs around. What should I It's highly amusing to me that you, Ann Landers, should be trying to dispense advice on this subject. As a woman you cannot possibly know WHY men run around. I am 34, a successful executive and have a loving wife to whom I've been married for ]3 years. She is beautiful, charming, a gourmet cook, a lady In the living room and a tiger In the bedroom. Yet, for the life of me I could not name all the women with whom I've had affairs. There are only two kinds of men those who cheat, and those who would like to but are afraid of getting caught. No husband would remain faithful if he could be sure he would not be found out. The only motivation for cheating Is the thrill of a new conquest. So why not tell it like it is? This urge is as old as man himself. It is normal, healthy and Asheville, N.C. Hedonist. DEAR ASH: Since you make the point that a woman can- not possibly speak for men, I respectfully submit that a rounder and an admitted tomcat cannot speak for decent, mature husbands. Granted, many husbands think (and behave) as you do. But they are grossly immature. A man who says his wife is "wonderful" and attributes 13 years of bed-hopping to "the thrill of conquest" pegs himself at the Don Juan level. If he examines what he is "conquering" he will get a good read- ing of himself. Any man can find a woman who will go to bed with him if he sets his standards low enough. Please send inquiries and rccniests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily N'ews, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 60G11. MR. AND MRS. KENNETH WILLIAM BIUS -de Jourdan's, photo Bills-Morrison In a -cccnt double-ring cere- mony in McKillop United Church, Miss Marion- Elaine Morrison, was married to Mr. Kenneth William Bills, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bills of Marwayne. Dr. II. W. K. Elliott officiated. Organist was Air. A. K. Put- land, and the soloist was Mrs. Maida Mack. Maid of honor Miss Don- na Stevens from Crossfield, and Miss Brer.da Bills of Mar- wayne, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Mr. Cam Hancock of Mar- wayne was best man, and Mr. lirian Doulton was groomsman. Ushers were Mr. Jeff Bills, Marwayne; Mr. Gary Bills, Crossfield; Mr. Allwrt Holland, Edmonton. The reception was held in the Windsor Room at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Following a honeymoon spcnl in British Columbia the couple has taken up residence in Mar- wayne. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT DOUGLAS ASHMEAD Ashmcad'Rca Hcv. W. J. Gamble officiated at the double-ring ceremony uniting Miss Barbara Anne Kea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Rea; anrl .Mr. Robert Doug- attended by tbe bride's sister, Miss Wendy Itea. Out-of-town, guests came from Calvary, Vermilion, Taticr, Kamloops, Vvilkie, Saskatoon, las Ashmead, son nf Mr. and Crcston, Nelson and Raymond. Mrs. Sid Ashmead. Following a lioneyrnoon spent MR. AND MRS. GEORGE STEVE ANDROKOVICH Ehncs, photo Androkovich-Lee AND MRS. WAYNE ARTHUR STEIGER E. Ooss, photo Steiger-Slory Assumption Roman Catholic Church was scene of the exchange of double-ring vows Miss Linda May Ixje, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ixie; and Mr, George Steve Aiidrokovich, son of Air. and Mrs, Joe Anclrokovich, all of Lcthbridgc. Father Chisholm officiated at :he ceremony. Maid of Iionor was Miss Karen O'Neill nf Calgary. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Laverne jouthreau, sister of the bride, Miss Arlcne Hausaner and Mrs, Inga Androkovicli. Miss Rhonda Peterson of Cinitts, cousin of She bride, was Rower girl. Ring jcarer was Sean Goullireau, nephew of the hride. Mr. Roy Andrnkovich, broth- er of tho groom, was best man; and groomsmen were Mr. Dennis Laglcr of BcHevuc, Mr. John Androkovich, brother nF the groom, and Mr. Bill Titsing. Ushering the guests were Mr. Joe Androkovich, brother of the groom; Mr. Allan Androkovich, cousin of the groom; Mr. Norm Clarke; and Mr. Felix Viani from Kamloops, B.C. Mr. Eric Christie was master of ceremonies at the reception and dance, which were held at the Labor Club. Toast to the bride was given by her uncle, Mr. Tom Kerr of Calgary. The guest was attended by Mrs, Isobel TiLsrng ami Mrs. Anita Lee. Following a honeymoon In Las Vegas, California and Mex- ico, Mr. and Mrs. Androkovich have taken up residence in Lcthhridge. Miss Laura Mac Story, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Story, and Mr. Wayne Arlhtir Ktcigcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ktcigcr of Stromc, were united in a double-ring cere- mony at Our Lady of Assump- tion Church, Father O'Laughlin officiated. Mrs. Leslie Hunter, sister of the bride from Moose Jaw, S ask., was m a I ron of hon or. Bridesmaids were Miss Tcrri Illingworttt, and Miss Lana Grovcr of Calgary. Jayne Kllsn Slcigcr of Stromc, sister of tho groom, was flower girl. Best man was Mr. Danny Sulk, and ushers were Mr. Craig Chapman of Edmonton and Mr. John Talcrico of Cal- gary. Following a reception held at the bride's home, the couple left on a honeymoon tup to Vancouver Island and other points in B.C. Mr. and Mrs. SLcIgcr have taken up residence at suite 50A Ml. View Port Moody, n.c. Tlic Alberta Temple was the scene of a very lovely double- ring wedding ceremony uniting Miss Pamela Kay Itedd, daugh- of Mr. ami Mrs. Kay Forthcoming marriages TO NEXT WEEK Bodell and Mr. David forf Tanner bo married Augosf 21 in tho LOS Templo in Safr Lake Thr? hrido to-bo 11 Ihe daughter of Mr. nnd Mrv Ardon J. Bode 11 of Utah, and tho prospeciivo qroom is son of Mr. nnd Mrs, Earl Pingreo Tonner of Maqrnth, Mr. Tann-jr it major- ing in political sdenco nt Briyharn Young University and has a in Ceiii-cil Britain for thfj IDS church. Miss Bodoll BYU for years and k presently employed by tho Bank of Salt LaVc. The marriage solomn- in McKillop United Church, with Mrs. CJ. Manak a.s (irfjan- ist During the signing of Uic resistor, nmsic was pro- vided by Kc-nnctii McKellar sinking O of Fief and liy pipes drurfis playing (iracL1, Tho hride wtjre: a nf j ivht-at poan rfc soic irim, slic had made herself. She a veil, anrl cfirriwl a hou- quet of 'mums hlue- lippcd rrxifts a tvirno frnrn Scotland, Mfiid nf honor Miss arid bridesmaio! Misn Jo-Anne Ttea arc sisters of (he bride. They wore ice-blue pcau de sole [IresM'S by the mMhftr, and carried blue-tipper] Shasta rJaisio.s v-fiile streamers. Brother of tho groom, Mr, Gary man; anrl groomsman, Mr. Allan Mac'I'hcrsrjri of is ron sir: of tho groom. Ushers Hob Hr-a, brother of the bride, and Mr. I'ov.olson. 'Hie reception held nt Sven Kriekson'fl Family He.s- tfiiirant. hrirlo's uncfe, Mr. A. of was m.i.s- fer of corf-monies, and Hie toast to the bride: wa.s liy an- olhor uncle, T. llclyk of Kamloops, Tho guest book was at Walerton, Spokane, C'ran- hrook and Calvary, Mrs. have Mr. and taken up Lcthbn I MAIUIIKII TODAY Mrs. Jean Adarnson of Carmich.'iel, Calif., is pleased lo announce Ihe marriage ol' her daughter, Mnrly, lo Mr. Craig Salmon, son of Mr. am! Mrs, Carl W. n rif The took pl.'jre today in Hie Oakland Temple, Oak- land, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer of Medicine Hat are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia Lynn, to Mr. Robert Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Cooper of Calgary. The wedding will lake place at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Septem- ber n, in McKillop United Church, LethbrkJge. Mr. and Mrs. C. IxMnvvcljer of Lclhbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Cath- erine Dianne, to Mr. Alan John Palmarchuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmarchuk of Leth- britlgc, The wedding take place at '1 p.m. on Keptcmljcr 2, in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church. Mr. ami Mrs. Kdmund Votb of are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- of Iheir daughter, Linda Marie, to .Mr. Ronald I'. Uakns. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kakos of Tabcr. Tiie wedding will lake place al p.m. on August in Mc- Killop United Chinch. Mr. and Mrs. .lolui II. Gocrzen of Taher are plea.sed to announce the forthcoming marriage of Iheir daughter' Hrenria llonrie, lo Mr. Cregory liecd Wolsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wolsey of Welling. 'Hie wedding will take place [at I p rn on August SI, in Ihf Alberta Temple. Cardslnn. Mr. and Mrs. .John W. Dennett are pleased to announce Ihe forthcoming marriage of [heir (laughter. Sheila Mary, lo Mr. Ernest David l.inn, son of Mr. anil Mrs. George l.inn. 'Hie wedding Mill take place at MO p.m. or: September 9, in Si. Basil's Uomari Catholic Church, fx-lhbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Houlton are tr> announce the fortheoming marriage of their (laughter, Beverly Fayc, to Mr. Randolph Shima, son of Mr. and Mrs, Sam .Sfiirnn, 11m wedding will take plnre September 2, in Ihe fifth and sixth ward chapel, Church ol Jesus Christ of Latter-day Lethbrldge, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Stead of Fernic, B.C., are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of Miss Rose Margaret Schneider, daughter of Mr. anrl Mrs. John Schneider Ktl- monton, to their son Gortlon. The wcdling will lake place at 2 p.m. on in St. John's Edmonton. Lutheran Church Mr. Steed and Mrs. Douglas W. to announce the forthcoming marriage of their elder daughter RcDonna Gail to Mr. Richard Flayr.e Byam, son of Mrs. Byam all of Lethhridge. The marriage will take plncc in the Alberta Temple on Thurs- day, August 31 HI 8 p.m- An open house in the form of a dtince will bo held at ff p.m. on Friday, September I at LDS stake house lo honor couple. AH friends and relatives are conlirdly invited lo attend. Craig-Redd Redd of Raymond; and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie M. Craig of Houston, Texas. President Golden Snow performed the ceremony. A wedding dinner, prepared by Mrs. Minnie Litchfield, was served to 125 relatives and close friends in the Raymond Fourth Ward Cultural Hall, which was .lecoratcd in yellow anil mauve. Guests v.erc welcomed by the bride's father, and Bishop James Bridge, cousin of the bride, was master of ceremon- ies. The program commenced with a prayer and blessing by the bride's uncle, President Oc- tave Ursenbach, which were followed by vocal selections. The bride and groom sang a duet, Solamenta Una Vcz; and Whither Thou Gocst was sung by a quartette of bridesmaids. Cousins of the bride, the Joseph Kcelcr family, sang Haydn's Wedding Hymn, double mixed quartette. Mrs. Emma Burr, the bride's aunt, sang the Wedding Pray- er, followed by a vocal duet from the bride's parents. When Song is Sweet. The wedding cake, made by Ihe bride's father and decor- ated by her cousin, Mrs. Ku- vada Gill of Picture TUitlc, was cut and passed to guests by the bridal couple. Closing prayer was offered by a cou- sin, Mr. W. Smellie Ttcdd of Grassy Lake, after v.hich Mrs. Louise Bridge iy The high-wui.slcd, princess- style bridal goun (if dar- rfni over satin was rniieie the bride. The long sleeves and and high neck were trimmed with ruffles. There was a wider ruffle at the hem, with small nserts of ruffles in the seams. The gown was appliqued with ace flowers and tiny pearls. The long train followed the same motif, as did the picture lat, which was also trimmed with chiffon band and stream- ers, 'llic bouquet was of yellow roses and baby's breath. Tiie bride's attendants were her cousin Miss Brcnda Shields, Miss Anne Norton nnd Miss Christine all of Cal- gary; and the 'groom's sister, Mrs. Gcnia Pearson of port, La. Best man was Mr. Larry Jar- dine of Provo, Utah. At the evening reception, guests were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nalder, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keeler. Miss Linda McNcely attend- ed ttie guest book. Guests were invited to lunch by the Mcsdames Emma Burr, Barbara MacPhce nnd Guini- vere Torrie. Cousins of tho bride were serving, and tho kitchen was attended by friends of the bride's mother, with Mrs. Virginia Wilde in charge. Cousins of the bride, tho Misses Maurino MacPhce, Linda Birlcy and Robin and Barbara Hurt attended tho gift table. 'llic bride's going away outfit was a beige and teal blue suit with beige accessories. S h o wore a yellow orchid corsage. Following a honeymoon spent another cousin, at Walerton, Banff, Yellowstone Mr. ar.d g will make their liuiue in Phoenix, Arixona, v.'iicrc the groont is praclising played The Knd of a Perfect ami Grand Canyon, f Day on the French horn, Mrs. Craig mak Mr. and Mrs. Percy Charles llipley of are I plrosed In announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Bonnie Lynn, to Mr. Gregory Ralph Court, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Halph Court, also of The wedding will take place at 3 p.m. un Ocloljcr 7, irl St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Mr nntl Mrs, J.ilin Lloyd of Bfairmore are plea.scrl io an- nounce tho engngcrnent and ffjrlhconiing marriage of Iheir only .laughter, Moyra Mar- garet, lo [lev. Ceorge Irvin Feller, eldest son nf Mrs. Mar- gnret Macl'licc and Iho late Mr. F.rwin Feller of llillcresl. The wedding will take place nl p.m. on Saturday, Oe- lolxjr 28, in the lilnirmorc Uni- ted Church. Mr. and Mrs. Giuho Di Itocco of 1303 SI. N. in arc pleased to announce the en- gagement and f o r t h c o m Ing marriage of Iheir daughter, Tina Marie, It Mr. Marvin Sheen, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Sheen of Ililfi 2nth SI. S. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on September 2 in St. Basil's Catholic Church. FOR HARVESTING OR MOVING? RENT OURS! WITH DUALS O'xl2'x35" BOX AND HOIST STOCK RACKS AND TARP Also available for rent PINTO MAVERICK TORINO CAll NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. Drivo S., lelhbrldn.1 328.8841 16th Avonuc rind M.M Box 1234 FORD PENTA-CAR SYSTEM ;