Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDEHS: I have a terrible problem that has me so confused I am dizzy. I want to do the right thing but I don't know what it is. Four years Ago, at age 15, 1 started to go steady. Nick was the only guy in the world or so I thought. My imtlier kept telling me it was u mistake to go with only one boy. She said I needed to go with others so I would have something to compare him with. I wouldn't listen. Three months ago Nick went overseas. We became en- gaged before he left. It was my 19lh birthday and I had never had another date in my life. I have a great job and am meeting some very interesting feUows. I've been asked out several times and I am dying go especially with one fellow wlm is 23 and a college eraduate. He makes me feel alive in a way I never knew before. Now I realize I've been living in a cocoon. I never gave myself a chance to know whai other men are like. To make a long story short, i want to break the engage- ment. My friends tell me il would be rotten to do this to a guy in the service Would it9 Please, Ann set my head on straight. Braided Brains DEAR BRAIDED: Sorry von didn't write BEFORE you became engaged. I would have told you not to do it. Now, I must tell you I am to sending a guy in the service a Dear John. Wait umJ he gets home and tell him to his face. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Yesterday, our family received an invitation to a wedding The boy is only 18. The girl is 17 and pregnant. It is no secret. She shows already. I grew up with ihese kids and they are O.K., except they saw too much of each other (like night and day for five What hap- pened was inevitable. The wedding invitation is for a fancy church wedding which my mother thinks is scandalous. She wants to send, as a wedding present, two dozen diapers and a baby blanket. When my sister and I told her we thought it would be an insult, she said "I believe in being practical. Besides, THEY are insulting US when they ask us to attend a church wedding under these conditions." Please say something. Sad Friend DEAR FRIEND: If your mother considers the invitation an insult, she should not accepi. it. But to send diapers as a wedding gift would be vicious Mid hurtful. I hope she re- considers. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was engaged to Gert for three years ring and all when she ran off with a guy she had met only a week before. I thought I'd go out of my mind. Three months later she was in the hospital with a fractured skull Her husband hit her with a baseball bat. She sent word she wanted to see me. When I went to see her I ran into her husband. He was visiting her, too. She told me she was going to give him another chance. Last week she was back in the hospital with a broken shoulder. He hit her again. Now she wants me to go to him and talk about a divorce. I really love her, Ann. What should I do? Undecided DEAR UN: Leave her alone. And leave HIM alone, too. If and when Gert is single, you consider seeing her again. But not until. PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. MYSTERIOUS EYES The darkened eyes give an air of mystery to the wearer. Apply a layer of smoky-colored cream shadow and a layer of smoky powder above and be- low the eye then fringe with lots of mascara to get the ef- fect. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbrtdge Herald All wedding reporls, marriage and engapement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. 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WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lctlikidgc Herald Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hopkins of Innisfai1 are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their daughter, Yvonne, to Mr. Denis Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy of Edmonton, formerly of Vaux- hall. The wedding is to take place at Innisfail, September 11. Mr. and Mrs. Frelcn Dahl, of Raymond, are pleased to an- nounce Ihc forthcoming marri- age of their daughter, Thelma Jean, to Mr. Paul Kent Godfrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey of Vicloria, B.C. The wedding will take place at 12 noon September 4 in the Alberta Temple, President .1. Golden Snow officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Rex L. Ander- son are pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Helen Ruth, to Mr. Monty Jay Audenhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Audenhart, all of Ray- mond. The wedding is to take place September 11 Temple. the Alberta son of Mrs. Edna Bomck of Edmonton. The wedding will take place September 25 at 1 p.m. in Strathcam United Church in Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. George James are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their youngest daughter, Joan to Mr. Richard Vigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Vigh, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place October 9 at 3 p.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, Leth- bridge. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Watson of Raymond are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Kath- ryn to Mr. Bryce D. Card, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Card of Cardston. The wedding will take place on September 1 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. Mrs. Deana Nicholas is pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of her daugh- ,er, Rita Suzanne to Mr. Den- nis Francis Todd, son of Mrs. Gae Todd of Lethbridge and Mr. George Todd of Picture Butte. The wedding will take place on September 11 at 7 p.m. in the First United Church Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hethe- ring Jr. of Edmonton, formerly of Fort Macleorl, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Palncia to Mr. Bruce Donald Richard Bowick. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Lub- bers of Nobleford, are thankful to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Dorothy Roberte Wil- helmma, to Mr. Berend Hot- sink, voungest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jan. W. Hofsink of Smith- ers, B.C. The marriage will take place The Lord Willing September 3 in the Canadian Reformed Church at Coaldale. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Allan of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Sandra Elizabeth, to Mr. Douglas Dwight Huff, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter A. Huff of Coaldale. The wedding will take place September 18 at p.m. in the Senator Buchanan Chapel of Soulhminster United Church. Mrs. C. Adolf of Calgary is happy to announce the forth- coming marriage of her daugh- ter, Theresea Harris, to Mr. Dennis R. J. Dempster, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dempster of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 28 at St. Gabriel's Anglican Cliurch in Calgary. catendai I f I local liappeniiicjt FOE bingo tonight at 8 p.m., in Eagles Hall. Jackpot of in 5.1 numbers. Everyone wel- come. The Anne Campbell Singers will hold their first practise at Southminster Church hall at p.m. Monday. Former members and prospective members of the age of 14 or over are welcome. McKillop UCW regular meet- ing will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the committee roonr. Southminster Junior Girls Choir will commence practic- ing on Monday, at 4 p.m. the church hall.. All interested girls between the ages of 9 to 14 arc invited to join. HIDING POUNDS Long dresses with vertical patterns do wonders to cam- ouflage those extra pounds you're planning to lose. OCTOBER VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Slonley Broder are pleased 10 announce Ihe forthcoming marriage of their daughler, Susan Lee to Mr Richard M. Tanner, son of Mrs. and Mrs. R. Morley Tanner, all of Lelhbridge. The wedding will take place on Oclober 23 at 8 p.m. in Soulhminster United Church. _ Terry Bland Photo FIRST IN SALES! FIRST TO ARRIVE! 1972 TOYOTAS JAPAN'S NO. 1 IMPORT ON DISPLAY NOW TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Caulli Highway PHONE 337-3165 The number of nn asphalt roofing shingle refers to Us ap- proximale weight. MR. AND MRS ROBERT R. GOODER Gooder Bickman Saturday, Auguit 21, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Gail E. Bickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bickman, Lethbridge, became the bride of Robert R. Gooder, son of the ate Dorothy and Bob Gooder, Lethbridge, at the Beth Israel Synagogue. Rabbi Lewis Gins- berg of Calgary and Rabbi A. Krcmer, Lethbridge officiated at the double ring ceremony. Soloist Lily Larter was ac- companied by Vera Sinclair at the organ. The bride's gown was of silk satin alencon lace lattems over skirt, bodice and attached train. She wore a matching headpiece of beaded alencon lace. The mnlrcn of honor was Mrs. Sonia Bickman, sister-in- law of the bride. Assisting the j bride were bridesmaids Wendy Davidson, of Lethbridge and Debra Bird of Las Vegas, cous- ins of the bride and Barbara Popma. The bridal attendants wore Reinke-Fmme Marriage vows between Mar- jorie Belle Frame and Rich- ard George Rcinkc were changed recently in even ceremonies in On- tario. The lovely old St. Paul's Anglican Church was a beauti- ful setting for Ihe evening cere- mony with Rev. Cannon J. Rhodes the officiating clergy- man. The bride and groom were attended by the sister of the bride, Miss Patricia Frame of Lethbridge, Mrs. Corey Dal- Maso of Toronto and Mr. Nor- man Mills of Newmarket. Followin the ceremony a re- ception was helrt at "The Inn on the Toronto. Mariorie is the elder daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Frame of Lethbridge, and is presently teaching in North York. George, Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Reinkc of New- market is studying at Toronto Conversatory for a career in music. The couple will make their home at Apt. No. 1004-135 Eg- linlon Ave. E. Toronto, On- tario. identical gowns in shock ing pink crepe. They can-led colo- nial boucuets of carnations daisies and chrysanthemums. The two flower girls, nieces of tlie groom, Katliy Plant afld Joanne Wyhorn, both of Cal- gary, wore matching gowns to the bridesmaids, in shock i i. g pink and carried baskets ol spring flowers. Mr. Hugh Arnold, Lethbridge, presently studying at Oxford. England was best man, and later served as master oi cere- monies. Ushering duties were attend- ed to by Messrs. David Rick- man, Edmonton, brotlier of the bride, David Snell and Bob Gammon, both of Lelhbridge. The reception was hell] at Ihe I El Rancho with Miss Janice Shewfeit, Vancouver, cousin of the bride, in charge of the guest book. The toast to th2 bride was given by Mrs. M. Silver, Cal- gary. For going away, the brido changed into a red. white and navy hot pants outfit. The young couple travelled to Las Vegas, and southern Cal- ifornia for a holiday before tak- ing up residence in Calg a r y where the bride has accepted a teaching position and the groom will continue his studies at the University of Calgary. Out-of-town guests attended from Chicago, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer. MR. AND MRS. BRUCE PLAUSTEINER Terry Blond Photo Plausteiner- Vargo St. Basil's Catholic Church I Labor Club, the couple travel- was the recent scene when Rev. I led on their, honeymoon through R. McCabe united Peggy Ann i the 0 k a n a g a n Valley, and Vargo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vargo of Lelhbrid in marriage vows wilh Bruce 12 St.' A N. Plausteiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plausteiner, of Letb- bridge. through Jasper National Park. They are now residing at 539 BATH CRYSTALS F.O.E. 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