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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, December 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Ann Lande rs DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I arc sitting here looking at each other, asking one another if we should have handled the situation differently. Neither of us has an an- swer. Have you one? Our daughter wanted a big wedding. We have a large house and agreed to it with the understanding (hat no liquor would be served since we do not permit alcohol in our home. Slie tried to persuade us that champagne isn't alcohol and that no wedding is complete without it, but we stood firm. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party, instead of standing in a line to accept congratulations, sat themselves down and proceeded to open bottles of champagne which the groom's parents had brought. I was shocked. So was my husband. Several of our friends were also astonished since our views are well known. Neither my husband nor I had the courage to say any- thing for fear our daughter and her in-laws might walk out in a huff. They ignored everybody, including us. When the guests began to leave they didn't even get up to say good- bye. Was there something we could have done? If so, what? Please tell us since our younger girl will be getting married next year and she could easily do the same thing. Lake Parents DEAR S.L.P.: Your daughter and her in-laws behaved in an outrageous manner but I doubt that you could have done anything short of creating a scene. Make it clear to your younger daughter that champagne IS alcohol, that there will be none at her wedding, and make sure she agrees. Sex-typing stop OTTAWA (CP) The federal government must lake the lead in ensuring equality for women, says a Progressive Conserva- tive policy paper released today. The paper, 17th in a series of policy papers for a December convention, says ''each woman must have the right to decide on her own role in life: housewife mother, worker, or a combina tion of the three." ft support1! several recom mcndations of the royal com mission on the status of women employment and pro- motion opportunities in the puh- lie service and appointment of women to federal boards and agencies; facilities for single and married female public serv- ants; programs to help women re-enter the labor force after a long absence; the three-year separation period as 'a ground for divorce to one year. the issue of abortion laws before the Commons for a "meaningful debate" and free vote. FIFTY GOLDEN YEARS Mr. and Mrs. John Knoch, residents of southern Alberta since 1927, will celebrate their wedding anniversary Friday, Dec. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Knoch, who were married in Dorocske, Hungary, have 7 children, 23 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. A family banquet will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, Friday, with open house for friends and acquaintances from 9 to 12 p.m. in the Legion Hall. No gifts, by request. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAU A Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireholl) F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for 1.00 or 25t Each Twelve 7 Number Games JACKPOT Free Games and free Cord DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed Ml SIMPSONS-SEARS KNITTING (LASSES 13- week course starts Wednesday, Jan. 2Tst 1972 to Saturday, April 14th, 1972. Free lessons when you purchase one of our beginner's kits for only Thirteen-Week Knitting Course hr. class per week) FRIDAYS to P.M. SATURDAYS to A.M. SATURDAYS to P.M. CLASSES ARE LIMITED TO 20 PEOPLE SIMPSONS-SEARS KNITTING SCHOOL REGISTRATION Mail to: DIVISION 25, SIMPSONS-SEARS CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL OR BRING TO THE YARDGOODS AND NOTIONS, SIMPSONS-SEARS NAME ADDRESS PHONE I PREfER TO ATTEND (DAY) (TIME) L_ April-Collins Mr. and Mrs. Gcorges-Emile April recently exchanged wed- ding vows in the- Nazarene Church of Lethbridge. Mrs. April, formerly Miss Gloria- Dawn Collins, was given away by her guardian-father, Mi- John Molden. She is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Molden of Lelhbridge. Mr Georges-Emile April is the eld- est son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul- Emile April of L'Assomption, Quebec. Bridal attendants included the Misses Merna Figenshau, Eunice-Iyn Hanson of Leth- bridge, and Kathy Manning, Lynn Molden, Diane Molden, Kathy Garth, all of Calgary, Mrs. Barrie (Jeanette) Collins, Manitoba; Mrs. John (Elsie) Collins, Ontario; Mrs. George (Judy) Bowes, Slave Lake. Miss Shelly Godson, Vancou- ver Island; Mr. Andrew Lipin- ski, Lethbridge; Little Diana Bowes, Slave Lake and Mr. Darrin Harvey, Lethbridge, also attended the bride. Groom's attendant was Mr. Don Hlipka, Fort Macleod, and the groomsmen were the bride's four brothers, Douglas, Calgary; Barrie, Manitoba; John, Ontario; and Graham Collins, Winnipeg. Usherettes were Miss Sharon Nickolauson and Miss Connie Whiteford. The reception was held in the Scarlet Room at Sven Erick- scn's Family Restaurant, with Mr. Don Hlibka acting as mas- ter of ceremonies. Mr. John Collins paid tribute to the bride. Mr. and Mrs. April motored across Canada. Ihe bride tra- velling in a yellow and gold dress, max! style, (specially made by her mother. In her hair she wore a tiara entwined with talisman roses, a gift of the groom. Forthcoming marriages Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jack SlcigM- holm are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of Iheir daughter, Patricia Ann, to Mr. Danny Lester Christie, son of Mrs. Jean Christie, all of Ijethbrirtgc. The wedding will take place January 15 at 4 p.m. First United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cun- ningham are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Eunice Yvonne, to Mr. Ricky Arthur Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Lethbridge. The wedding is to take place Jan. 8 in St. Albert's Roman Catholic Cliurch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Yor- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meheden gason of Hinton are pleased to I of Sunnyside are pleased to an- announce (he engagement of I nounce the engagement of their their oldest daughter, Sandra Rae Lowe, to Mr. Glen Richard Gagnon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gagnon of Edmonton. only daughter, Melanie Mae, to Brian Arnold Cook, son of Mrs. Noel Cook of Lethbridga ami Ihe late Walter A. Cook. The wedding will lake place j The wedding wijl take place Feb. 12 in St. Anthony Catholic j Saturday, Jan. 15 at St. Basil's Church, Edmonton. "'1 Church. MR. AND MRS. GEORGES-EMltE APRIL Maldies Gifis Cake Tops Invitations Reply Cards Thank You Cord v College Shopping Mall YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO ONE OF BEAUTIFUL PHILCO FORD WITH YOUR 1.95 SANITONE DRY CLEANING ORDER OR EITHER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: TV SETS SUPPLIED BY BAKER APPLIANCES A DRESS or A SUIT or A TOPCOAT or WINTER COAT We will issue extra entry forms for any order that is divisible by 1.95. Example: 3.90 is good for 2 entry forms. 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