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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MR. AND MRS. RICHARD LAWRENCE BERNARD Wynne Royer, sister of the I Riviera Motor Hotel the coup' travelled to Banff for a honey Bridesmaids were Miss Elsa Simioni, Lethbridge, moon. They mil reside at 13207 Dolwood Rd. apt. 105, Edmon- ton. Miss Marianne Bernard of Ed Double ring wedding vows were exchanged in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Ed- between Diana Lynne ,'er, daughter of Mr. and Dan J. Rover of Lelh- bridge and Richard Lawrence Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hendri Bernard of Edmonton. Officiating at the ceremony were Father H. Thcroux and Rev. P. Ream. Miss Susan Gal- loway, cousin of the bride, was organist, with Miss Betty Kolo- dziej as soloist. Maid of honor wa monton. Flower girl was Miss Michelle Rover, bride. Best man was Mr. Dennis Goltz, with groomsmen Mr Gerald Wavwitcka and Mr. Bob Long, all of Edmonton. Ringbearer was Mr. Pat Mc- Lure, also of Edmonton. Ushers were Mr. Andrew Ber- nard, Mr. Bill Ratcliffe, of Ed- monton, Mr. Neil Galloway, Fort Saskatchewan, and Mr. Randy R o y c r, Lsthbridge, brother of the bride. Reading was done by Mr. Greg Rayer, brother of the bride. The toast to the bride was given by Mr. Frank Bo- guski of Calgary. Following a reception at tho swap THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "It's my new call it 'You Remember Your Birthday and I'll Remember Mine'." Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In All weading reports, marriage and engapement announcements will now be published en i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday editiors each week. Special requests for publication en other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will no1 be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available ot The REPORT ONLY S 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will than be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this writn-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Letlikidge Herald REGWA (CP) Lora and Winston Burke have reversed the usual male-female roles. She's the sole breadwinner and be looks after the house. "We've worked it out happily and we're both very pleased about said Mrs. Burke. She's a fashion coordinator for Robert Simpson Co., a free- lance broadcaster and well- known local fashion commenta- tor. Last July, the dry cleaning firm her husband was with went out of business. He'd been in an executive position and he wasn't prepared for other types of posi- tions that were open. "He was 57 and what was he going to said Mrs. Burke. "I was 10 years younger and had one foot in the fashion busi- ness." She'd been working part-time for Simpson's and applied for a full-time position. She'd done fashion commentary since they'd moved to the city in the 1950s and she began to do even more. She also has n morning radio show. "I guess were way ahead of the women's lib she said. They had never seen the roles as stereotypes and once they exchanged they've both been happier. She really likes her busy' car- eer but with a 12-year-old daughter in school and a home to keep up she couldn't have worked full-time until her hus- band look over. ULCER QUIETS DCNVN "And he really enjoys doing Die home she said. "He's never felt better and bis ulcer has stopped boihcrinj him.'' Mrs. Burke has commentated. co-ordinated and master-minded dozens of fashion shows in the eily. Commentating came first, horn of an extensive knowledg of the fashion world from her pxpiripiK'C in advertising and free-lance writing before she UT.S married. Born in Winnipeg, she grew up in .Saskatoon and Regina. She studied for two years at United College, part of (lie Uni- versity of Winnipeg, then went to art school in Calgary and to courses at tho Banff School of Fine Arts. She worked for the federal government in Ottawa during the summers and designed one of the N'ationnl Film Board's Christmas cards one year. That v.-as when she first met Winston Burke, then nn editor with the I pirato branch of the board. And she K.'nd her husband is a better homcmaker than six? ever was. by de Jourdan MR. AND MRS. DAVID KEITH ELLIOTT Elliott-Totli Wedding vows were exchang- ed in a double ring ceremony aelween Janice Irene Toth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les- lie Toth of Lethbridge, and Da- vid Keith Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott of Cal- gary, in Southminster United Church, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Organist was Mr. W. M. Woolhousc. Attending the bride as ma- tron of honor was Mrs. Eileen Roclofs of Calgary, cousin o! the bride, with bridal atten- dants Miss Gcraldine Molnar of Trochu and Miss Gail Toth of Foremost, both cousins ot the bride. Attending the guest book and receiving gifts were Miss JoAnne Molnar of Trochu, Miss Donna Toth and Miss Deb- bie Toth of Foremost, all cous- ins of the bride. Attending the groom was best man, Mr. Dick Hornby, with groomsmen Mr. Ken Dahlman and Mr. Russ MiUer. Ushers were Mr. Barn' Chapman and Mr. Rod Wallace, all of Cal- gary. The reception was held at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant with Mr. Ross Wilde of Lethbridgo saying grace. Mr. Edward Ivanics of Foremost was master of ceremonies and Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. M. G. DeGin- jus of Fort Macleod are pleas- ed to announce the forthcoming marriage of. their daugliter, "cggy, to Mr. Hon Clarke, son if Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clarke )f Lethbridge. Tile wedding will take place m Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- er-day Saints in Fort Macleod. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McGilli- of Lethbridge are pleased o announce the forthcoming marriage ot their daughter, Darlene Anne Smith, to Mr. Mitchell Leroy Zubrey, son oi Mrs. Helen Johnson of Lclh- iridgc, and Mr. Nick Zubrey of Edmonton. The wedding will take place on February 2fi in St. Basils Roman Catholic Chi'rch. Mr. and Mrs. John Cziriak 7r. are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Clara Theresa Marie, to Mr. Robert Joseph Charles Embury, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Devlin, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place on March 4 at 3 p.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Friesen of Strathmore are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Dor- othy Anne, to Mr. James dim- ming, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gumming of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on March 4 at p.m. in Strathmore Alliance Church. loturdey, Ptbruory 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID It Ann Landers also proposed the toast to the bride. Mr. Lucian Bruyckers of Lethbridge proposed the toast to Hie bridesmaids. The couple travelled to Banff and Edmonton for the honey- moon and is now residing in Calgary. TULIPS ARE TRUMPS if hearts is their suit. Accord- ing to llie Netherlands Flower-buib Institute, flame-color- ed tulips nre a sore-fire way to win a lady's love on Val- entino's Day. In the Middle Ages, young gallon's gave their trueloves tulips with red petals end block bases, to indicate that they burnt with love, and that rejection would char their hearts to a coal. The ladies melted. CAROUSEL KNITTING SHOP 541 Slh St. S. Phone 328-4143 WILL CONDUCT MRS. E. LEPPARD KNIT AND CROCHET CLASSES Monday and Wednesday Mornings Starting Monday, Feb. 14th FOR 10 WEEKS FREE INSTRUCTION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE Open Montluy thru Snlurdny 10 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mer- cer are pleased to announce the engagement of their young- est daugliter, Cheryl Lyn, to Mr. Brian Patrick Gash, son al Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Gash, all of Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Braun of Taber are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Brenda J. Braun, to Mr. Walter James Gunn, son of Mr. and Mis. James R. Guna of Lethbridge. A July wedding Is planned DEAR ANN LANDERS: Yesterday I was about to get Into my parked car when I noticed a child in the car next to mine. The little toy couldn't have been more than two years old. The motor was running and the doors were locked. I decided to wait until the driver of that car appeared to tell him or her a thing or two. In about 15 minutes the child's father appeared. He looked like Mr. Average-Nice-Guy. I tried to keep my anger under control as ,1 listed some of the things that can happen to a youngster locked in a car. He seemed shocked. It had never occurred to him that he was risking his son's life. Since even-one reads your column Id like to present some jarring facts to Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public. Children left in locked cars can meet the following faie: 1. Suffocation from exhaust fumes. 2. Burns from dgarc-t lighters. 3. Accident-) caused by putting the car in or out of gear. 4. Strangulation caused by playing with power windows. 5. Kidnapping or rape. (There are a lot of hooks running 6. Accidents caused by someone hitting your car. Anyone who thinks I'm a crepe-hanger or a Cassandra should talk to people who work in the emergency rooms of our hospitals. Every day some youngster, somehwere, is the victim of one of the above listed accidents. Of course the parents can never forgive themselves. They all say the same thing "I had NO idea So, here it is in black and white, foils. Don't let it happen to your dear little boy or girl. -Loraine Ohio Mother DEAR MOTHER: I appreciate your having t-Aen the time and trouble to write. You have performed a greater service today than you will ever know. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My neighbors have asked me to write this letter to you since everyone in Youngstown reads Ann Landers. This letter represents Hie sentiments of five families. Horn honking might not seen: like much of a problem to most people but to those who live in a quiet, residential area it can be a ghastly nuisance. It's the family who lives in our block. They have a tradition of honking the horn whenever an.vone leaves the house or returns. The honking starts a full block away. Each memter has his personal horn. The son's horn plays Yankee Doodle. The mother's tune is Mary Had A Little Lamb. The father plays I Love You Truly. Tiie daughter's horn sounds like a cow mooing. II you think this is funny believe me, it is not. Many a night's sleep has been ruined by these inconsiderate folks. Please don't tell us we can have them arrested for disturbing the peace. We don't want to arrest anyone. We just want you to print this letter in your column EO they can see how it affects otlters. Thank In Ohio DEAR SLEEPLESS: O.K. Don't have them arrested. Here's the column and good-night and sweet dreams. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. An- derson of Picture Butte wish to announce the marriage ot Grace Elizabeth Carpenter, of Spanaway Washington, U.S.A., to their eldest son, Gerald Lloyd. The wedding took place in Calgary-. Napkins Gifts Cake Tops nvitations Reply Cards Thank You Cards MEET THE TEAM FROM A. E. CROSS R.A. "REG" CROSS IF WE CAN'T TAKE THE 'BEST' PORTRAITS THEN WHO CAN! Still Conveniently Located At... j 710 3rd AVE. S. 323-0111 Phones ;