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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta December LETHBRIDOE MR. and MRS. DOUGLAS ROY LUNDEEN Lundeen-Sturm MR. and MRS. ROBERT ROY DUNCAN A E CROSS photo Duncan-Christie McKillop United Church was the candle-light setting of the marriage of Miss JoAnne Rae daughter of Mr and Mrs Herb Christie and Robert Roy son of Mr and Mrs Ross Duncan All are of Lethbndge Officiating at the double- Blake Anderson with Myrna Greene at the organ Maid of honor was Carol Christie of Calgary with bridesmaids Marilyn sister of the Susan Cnlwell and Joan Keating Best man was Terry Duncan of brother of the groom with groomsmen Doug Randy Plomp and Dan Ferguson Ushers were Bob Christie and Bill brothers of the bride Lily Larter sang The Lord's Prayer and I Believe at the ceremony A reception and dance was held in the Carolina Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel Eric Munro of Vancouver was masfpr nf rprpmnnips and Brock Christie of Edmonton gave the toast to the bride Jean Ferguson of Taber attended the guest book Lily Marland Larter and Cst Wayne Barnes of Foremost sang at the recep- tion The couple travelled to the Canary for a honeymoon and have taken up residence outside of Lethbndge Rev Ken Morris officiated at the recent wedding of Miss Darcelle Denise daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold J B Sturm of Lethbndge and Douglas Roy Lundeen son of the late Mr and Mrs Oscar Lundeen of Pmcher Creek The double ring ceremony took place in Southminster United Church with Wilfred Woolhouse as organist and Margaret Langenberg as soloist Maid of honor was Nelly Srebernich with bridesmaid Renee Sturm sister of the bride Best man was Richard K Gullage with ushers Everett Lundeen brother of the groom and Douglas brother of the bride Ringbearer was Colin brother of the bride A reception was held at the Park Plaza Motor Windsor with Rita Valgardson attending the guest book Don Bagozzi was master of ceremonies The couple travelled to B C and Saskatchewan for a later taking up residence in Lethbndge Weddings announced Mr and Mrs W G K Bloor of Edmonton are pleased to announce the marriage of their only Ada Conne to Harry Brett Wat- son son of Mr and Mrs Harry Watson of Picture Butte The couple were married by Rev Douglas F Pratt at Highlands United Church Dec 7 and left immediately for Puerto Vallarta Mexico for their honeymoon Mr and Mrs D G Wilson of Lethbndge are pleased to announce the marriage of their to Miss Rosalie Springer of Edmon- ton The wedding took place at Southminster Chapel HELP US TO HELP OTHERSl The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need HouMhold Cm 328-SSSO For Pick-p Service OR LEAVE AT 412 AVE. 3. Forthcoming marriage Mr and Mrs Adolphe Petiot of Fort Macleod are pleased to announce the IUI incoming marriage Of their eldest Jerrold to Miss Shirley daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Moore of Sask The wedding will take place at 4 n m Ian 2fi in Holy Cross Catholic Fort Macleod For candids Of Your Wedding Call A FRIEND COSTS Dial 327-6333 Lilted In Yellow of Your Phone Directory Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements in The Lcthbtidgc Herald II wedding marnage and engagement nnouncements will now be published on a special in The Herald's Saturday edition each week Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every con- sideration Wedding with or without will now be accepted in the following forms Standard Wedding Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report this will be and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be 00 DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4PM WEDNESDAY OF THAT WFFk FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Detlre to Learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A We have 3 fully qualified full time mtructresses and we leach all phases of beauty culture hair styling and cutting bleaching tinting and permanent waving You II enjoy our new remodelled and air conditioned school a professional beautician pays higher than the average income and opportun ities are unlimited FIN Out Thlt Coupon J For More Information Alberta Beauty School 405 5th St S Lethbridge NAME ADDRESS CITY Starling Now Low Monthly Tuition UK- ED KEELING BRYAN WILSON Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contempc'ary Wedding Photography has changed at A E Cross Sturim the difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO MORE FAMILY P. 25 50th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs C M. Peterson will be honored by their family on their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house celebration from 7 9 p Friday at the LDS recreation 10 Ave. S. They have six Yvonne Colleen Jo-Anne Lydeau Clifford Junior and Kay 30 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. No by request Summer wedding Mr and Mrs. Joseph W. Gillett are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Connie Lee to Richard Joseph son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred J. all of Lethbndge The wedding will take place on June 8 Ann Landers 328-0111 710-3rdAve.S. 328-0222 Dear Ann You asked for a letter from a social worker who might want to tell the other side I refer to the complaint from a foster parent who had unwittingly opened her heart and her home to kids that should have been in schools for the retarded houses of correction and mental institutions Many foster children who need placement have been tiaumatized neglected or suddenly oiphaned The already upset child placed in an alien en vironment is expected to ad- just follow new rules and behave himself These children often feel rejected by their own parents and are angrv and hurt Admittedly we social workers in desperation to tmd a placement do not always give a complete pic- ture of the child s past behavior We realize we must explain most of the child's problems or he will eventually have to be moved to another home and face another rejec- tion When we fail to tell the complete story it is because we don t want to spoil the child s chances for a fresh start before he has an oppor- tunity to put his best foot forward It is essential to remember that most children are normal and have the inherent physical and emotional needs of nor- mal people The foster child may be more demanding because his needs have been unmet but he deserves nevertheless to be treated with dignity A little love and understanding can go a long way to help him in a battle where the odds are stacked heavilv against him Marlene Hamp- Social Service Bureau Dear I have been inundated with letters from social workers from every state in the union and am im- mensely pleased with the caliber tone and compassion of these selfless people I am glad the foster children of Hampton have someone like you to speak in their behalf My thanks and best wishes to you Dear Ann Mv hus- band died three months ago He was a dear man and I miss him desperately The con- dolence cards began to arrive almost immediately I don't wish to appear but I was amazed at the number of people who don't know that a widow should NOT be addressed as Mrs Jane Doe She is Mrs JOHN Doe It is bad enough to have lost the man I love dear don't take his name from too Mn. JOHN Doc Dear John Thank vou for writing Perhaps I can help by reminding my readers that when they write to a widow it is considerate to remember her as well She needs to know that he has not been forgotten When you address a however DON T remind her Leave her ex out of it She is Mrs Jane Doe Dear Ann I am a grown woman who hates to confess her ignorance but I need to know the answers to two questions There is ab- solutely no one I can look in the face and ask help me Is masturbation related to homosexuality' Is it a sign of mental or emotional illness7 Thank you Worried In Lubbock Dear The answer to both questions is no LAST MINUTE Thai Cnanial I lint Gift for that Special Guy... NHL and WHA hockey games in January 25th and 26th return Jan. 27th featur- ing Howe and per person deposit secures 'Gift for Your Guy' For full details contact A.M.A. TRAVEL AGENCY 608-5th Ave. South Phone 328-7921 or 328-1181 Live in SHANNON months daughter of CONSTABLE and MRS. R. T. PUMM FORT MACLEOD Now at a. season rich with happiness may we thank you again for your friendship and patronage Our pleasure in serving you is increased m the hope that we merit your continued good will Warm wishes for the est truly the most derful Christmas' The CPR Depot 327-MSt ;