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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 15, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 MR. AND MRS. FRED ROMERIL Romeril Peterson MR. AND MRS. STEWART GORDON HOMER Homer Hutton Marriage vows were recent- ly exchanged between Miss Susan Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Peterson of Lethbr-idge; and Fred Romeril, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Elwood 0. Romeril of Stirling. .President Elmo E. Fletcher officiated at the double ring ceremony which took place in the Alberta Temple, Card- ston. Attending the bride were Cheri Jenson, Barbara Peter- son, Marilyn Peterson, Gloria Larson, Wendy Cause and Julie Jenson. Best man was Paul Zaugg of Tempest with groomsmen Tony Romeril, Jeffrey Peter- son, Bryan Drewry and Jim Scott. A reception was held at the LDS Stake Centre in Lethbridge. Following a honeymoon trip to Calgary and Banff, the cou- ple took up residence in Stirling. MR. AND MRS. ANDREW GILBERT TOTH Toth Mikolas MR. AND MRS. JOHN HOLZER Holzer Kogler Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Reilander of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Joan Patricia, to James Roy Kaupp, son of Mrs. Magdalena Kaupp of New Dayton and the Late Cletus Kaupp. The wedding will take place on March 31 at 4 p.m. in Assumption Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilbertson of Taber are pleas- ed to announce the engage- ment and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Laurie Gail, to Frank John Megyes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Megyes of Taber. The wedding will take place on March 15 in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber. Miss Shiela Doreen Mikolas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mikolas of Oliver, B.C., was recently united in marriage with Andrew Gilbert Toth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Toth of Picture Butte. Rev. Art Rader officiated at the ceremony which took place in the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Calgary. Maid of honor was Terri Ann Mikolas, sister of the bride. Best man was Harris Charles Toth, brother of the groom. Duties of usher were performed by Jim Scott. Ken Mikolas, brother of the bride, was master of ceremonies and gave the toast to the bride. Following a honeymoon trip to Banff, the couple took up residence in Calgary. Assumption Roman Catholic Church was the setting for the marriage of Miss Kathy Kogler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kogler of Lethbridge; and John Holzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Engagement Mrs. Lillian Heller of Fort Macleod is pleased to an- nounce the engagement of her only daughter, Sandra Jean, to Robert George Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Price of Blairmore. The wedding will be an- nounced at a later date. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Letfibridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page In The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given consideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: IWpdd Standard Wadding Raport- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5 00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extamted Wadding Raport- If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at per count Una. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be PLEASE NOTE: To maintain accuracy The Herald reserves the right to reject all reports that are not or printed legibly. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phono asa-4411-PamHy IdHor 'Women should be prepared to speak out' TORONTO (CP) Fiona Nelson said this week that she would like jocks straps adver- tised the same way brassieres are. The former chairman of the Toronto board of education said during a panel discussion that men would then know why women feel badly treated by advertisers. She also told a group of teachers .at a seminar on woman's role in education that women should be prepared to speak out and, in some instances, to be superwomen. Mrs. Nelson said physical education should integrate programs designed for physical fitness. She said thousands of dollars are spent on protective equipment for boys while girls are condition- ed to slimness and passivity which may lead to poor nutrition. Marg Beckingham, prin- cipal of a Mississauga, Ont., senior public school, said the only way for a woman to make it in the man's world of educa- tion on the higher levels is through tokenism. "But refuse to be a she said. "Accept the job of chairman on committees if of- fered, but never, never the position of secretary." Mrs. Beckingham said women must work harder "because men are standing around waiting to see her fail." Taper divorces' meant to defeat land reform law By RAM SUNDAR CP Correspondent BOMBAY (CP) Ajit Kumar Mukerjea, a wealthy landlord in the Indian state of West Bengal, recently divorced his wife. They had been married for 40 years. But almost everyone in Midnapore county, where the Mu- kerjeas live, knows the divorce is unusually amicable. Says a farmer: '.'Though divorced, the Mukerjeas continue to live in the same mansion." What the Calcutta Statesman called "paper divorces" are be- coming common in West Bengal's farming areas to defeat the new land reform law passed by the state legislature. Under the law a family can own only a maximum of 12 acres. The term "family" includes husband, wife and unmarried children. But if a man divorces his wife, she is entitled to claim six acres for herself, while the family retains its 12 acres. In other words, the technical divorce enables the family to increase its holdings by 50 per cent. Press reports say hundreds of such divorces are taking place in rural areas. Cyan Singh Sohanpal, a West Bengal cabinet minister, is quoted as saying: "Most of the recent divorces in villages are meant only to defeat the land reform legislation. We must put an end to this kind of cheating." Known as jotedars, West Bengal's landlords are a powerful group. Many of them are well educated and quite a few are lawyers. When a judge asked a couple why they wished a divorce, the wife's reply was: "We are temperamentally incompatible." The husband said: "We just can't agree on anything." The couple had been married 56 years. After getting the di- vorce, they got into the same horse-drawn carriage and were driven to their 25-room mansion. Legislators have suggested that one way to stop "paper di- vorces" is to make it difficult for courts, to grant them. But the government's difficulty is that the right to divorce has been won after many decades of agitation and is considered a major social reform. "Making divorce difficult will harm the interests of people who have not made a success of their said a govern- ment official. Sarojini Sen Gupta, a women's lib leader, said women will op- pose any basic change in the present divorce law. Patriz Holzer of St. Lorenzen, Austria. Rev. O'Rilley officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Sherry! Wentz with soloist Joan Schultz. Matron of honor was Debbie Toth with bridesmaid Debbie Milner. Best man was Jim Toth of Lethbridge with groomsman Gary Milner. Ushers were John Kogler and Frank Kogler, brothers of the bride. Following a reception at the German Canadian Club, the couple took up residence in Le'hbridge. Hold your love tor all time with radiant of your great toy, from too dignity of tho earamony to the joy and delight oMamHy and frianda at tho rocoptton. to Mi yotirMory. 1224 3 South 327-2673 "Creating a beautiful image Keeps us in business" College Mall 329-0211 Double ring marriage vows were exchanged recent- ly between Miss Margaret Anne Hutton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Hutton of Lethbridge; and Stewart Gordon Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Homer of Melbourne, Australia. Rev. F. Lee officiated at the wedding which took place in St. Augustine's Anglican Church; in Lethbridge. Organist was Dennis Whitely. Matron of honor was Joan Nyhof, the bride's sister, of Calgary with bridemaid Bar- bara Cormack of Lethbridge. Best man was Wayne Nyhof of Calgary with groomsmian Paul Spady of Calgary. Usher was Dennis Gibb of Lethbridge. A reception was held at Ericksen's. Master of ceremonies was Bruce Honert of Red Deer. Toast to the bride was given by Dennis Brindley of Lethbridge, uncle of the bride. Following a honeymoon trip to Banff, the couple took up residence in Melbourne. leafing room in the tight budget for piano tessoHS. Radiant Casuals Stately Classics Traditional or Contemporary Comparisonis the only sensible way to determine which studio and price is most suited to meet your requirements we invite your inquiries without any obligations or pressures. WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY HAS CHANGED And the difference is beautiful at... A.E. CROSS STUDIO SWIM Connniml Location 710 3rd Avenue South 328-0111 328-0222 Your Guide For Gift Giving GIFT REGISTRY When a Bride wishes our Gift Registry, it's the beginning ol many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau, she gra- ciously provides a guide for years, to come. Family and friends qonsult these records as snop for wedding gifts and later at anniversary and holiday times. Our Bride List... Kathy Anderson Evelyn Elizabeth Comock Marion Qykstioorri Oarlene Egeland Joan Foster Debbie Hopkins Gwen Mehalko Bonnie Sherman Faye Stephenson Myra Seward Cindy Terry Gayle Varzari Judy Wasylishen DOWNTOWN ;