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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -De Jourdon's Photo MRS. DAVID JENNINGS CRAWFORD Crawford Doyle MR. AND MRS. BRIAN ANDREW LEE BAINE5 Baines-Masson Saturday, Auguil 58, 1971 THE 1ETHBRIDGE 17 Forthcoming marriage Mr. end Mrs. Gordon Wyllie of Shaughncssy are pleasct! to announce the engagement of their only daughter, Sandra Mac to Mr. Charles (V. Pickle, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Pickle of Lelhbridge. The wedding will lake place October 9 at 4 p.m. in First United Church 13th St. N. in Lelhbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sloboda of Warner are happy to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Terri, to Mr. Terry Visosky, son of Mrs. Esther Visosky, and the late Mr. Nicholas Visosky of Lothbridge. The wedding is to take place in Lcthbridge October 8. f bridge in 1M4. Her former nurs- ing profession was put to use during the Second World War when she gave lectures in home nursing, and helped out at the blood donor clinics. About the only time Mrs. Davie has been sorry for mak- ing the move (o Canada was when she first stepped off the boat in Quebec City. Mr. and Mrs. Davie landed in Quebec in March, in the midst of a blizzard. "I just turned around and asked my husband when the first boat was leaving for home." -Terry Blond Photo MR. AND MRS. EDWARD FUttER COATES Coates Layton The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was the recent scene of marriage vows between Miss Cora Lee Lay-ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard D. Layton of Lellibridge, and Mr. Edward Fuller Coates, json of Mrs. Margaret Coates and tlie late Mr. Roy Coates of Grimshaw, Alberta. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was Bishop H. B. Hall, mill Miss Wendy Layton, cousin of the bride of Taber as soloist, and Mrs. J. (Gail) Lay- ton, cousin of the bride of Taber as organist. Matron of honor was Mrs. D. (Barbara) Willms, and the bride was assisted by bridesmaids, Miss Cheryl Hagg, Red Deer, and Mrs. M. Mdele) Boucher, Manning. Flowergirl was cousin of the bride. Miss Rhonda Haynes, Edmonton. Assisting the groom as best man was Mr. Randy Layton and Mr. Blair Layton, brothers of the bride, Lethbridge. and Mr. Mag Boucher, Manning. Ushers were Mr. Ronald Lay- ton. Calgary, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Ken Houlder, Grimshaw. Mr. Troy Houlder, nephew of Ihe groom from Grimshaw, was Ihe ringbearer. Following a reception for the couple in the Cultural j Hall, in north Lethbridge, the honeymoon was spent in Banff, Lake Louise, and the Okana- gan Valley of B.C. Tlie couple will reside in j Peace Hirer. Marquis Beauty Salon MARQUIS HOTEL Wishes to announce that Gerta Huising has joined their staff! For appoinrmenri phone 328-6023 Nupkini Matches Gift! Cake IrwifaTion? Reply Thonlc You Cord non College Slioppinq Mall DEATi A.NN LANDERS: This Is nn gag. 1 am dead rlous and nervous as a cat. You will find this hard to be- licve hut my future mother-in-law has .suggested that shp and her husband go along on our honeymoon. At first 1 sure she waji kidding, hut (wight my told rr.K it is no joke. She asked how many suitcases she and her husband should take. According to Ills mother, we would have n better time if another couple went along because "Iwo people get bored with just each other's company." My fiance hasn't said muc-h one way or the other (which iKjlhcrs the daylights oul of so now 1 must he the one to put the kibosh on the What shall I say: The Level !n Detroit DEAR ON; For openers you might tell your mother-in- law that ever since you were a little girl you ve had a ro mantic fantasy about going on a honeymoon with the maji you marry ajid you just can't seem to change lhal dream to in r-liidp his parents. I'Send her a postcard [rnm Niagara Falls DEAR ANN LANDERS: I didn't cave for your advice on ways for children to release pent-up frustration and bostility. Breaking old toys and smashing cheap dishes is disrespectful, wasteful and phony. It will not make healthier kids, happier homes of safer neighborhoods, ft might make (crritic soldiers for fnilire wars but ii won't gel rul hcslilin. There are better outlets. Teach the child why a person can't always have his uay, Help him see the other point of view. Show him lhat verbal communication might change things. For the remaining resentment, there are renl-life needs for aggression other than recreational outlets. How about squashing tin cans for recycling? How alreut pounding meal, kneading dough, beating carpets, chopping How about scrubbing and polishing? Hew about pulling weeds nr washing walls? How about writing a Idler lo Ann Landers? Motlier l-'or Peace DEAR MOTHER: Your suggestions for dealing with fnis- tralion and anger are superior lo mine because they are constructive rather than destructive Thank you lor providing me with a better answer. Readers such as you have helped lo make this column what it Is. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes _' _____ "I called City Hall [...The Mayor did NOT beg you to lie around the yard o whole lot to show tourists whof- a fine town rhis is to relax in I" EAGLES BOWLING LEAGUE will commence on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st CAPRI LANES at p.m. All Eagle members and iheir children arc asked to phone Joyce Marsden at 327-5654 and register your team, or meet at the bowling alley Wednesday night and gel yourself on a learn. Let's try to get oul and make this llie biggest and besi league we have ever had. It is a lot of fun and gels the whole family out together once a week. HOPE WE SEE YOU THERE COMMENCING SEPT. 1st THERE WILL BE AN INCREASE IN PRICE OF BEAUTY SERVICES at the following beauty salons B J Hairstyling Salon fa Beautique Beauty Salon fa Beauty Box Bonnydale Beauty Salon Chris's Beauty Salon Classic Coiffures Coby's Beauty Shop Doreen's Boutique El Rancho Beauty Salon Elizabeth Ann Beauty School Fanciful Beauty Salon Lakeview Beauty Salon Le Rons Beauty Salon fa Lovely Lady Beauty Salon North Plaza Beauty Salon Silverdale Beauty Salon fa Mildred Shrove Beauty Salon South Plaza Beauty Salon fa Style Rite Beauty Salon Theresa Beauty Salon MRS. MARION DAVIE ;