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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 22, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 ,1 MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE GORDON BELTER Belter Sandford Double ring marriage vows were exchanged recent- ly between Miss Colleen Pamela Sandford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sandford of Pincher Creek and Clarence Gordon Belter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belter of Rush Lake, Sask. Rev. Frank Lee officiated at the candle-light ceremony which took place in St. Augustine's Anglican Church in Lethbridge. Maid of honor was Gerry Bourdier of Calgary with Yvonne Martens of Lethbridge as flower girl. Best man was Rob Gibson of Lethbridge, friend.of the groom. Ushers were Larry Ober of Coaldale and Wayne Sandford of Pincher Creek, brother of the bride. A calling reception was held in the Maverick Room at the El Rancho. Wayne Berry was master of ceremonies. Out of town guests came from Swift Current, Rush Lake, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Edmonton, Okotoks, Vulcan, Pincher Creek and Cowley. Following a honeymoon to Great Falls, Helena and West Yellowstone, the couple took up residence in Lethbridge. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "He's a self-made man but then he never was very handy." Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge 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: Standard Wadding Report- 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 Extended Wedding Report- it 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 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be PLEASE NOTE: To maintain accuracy The Herald reserves the right to reject air reports that are hot typewritten or printed legibly. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE 388.4411-Family IdHor Hugh and Phyllis Buchan of Fernie and Joe and Stella Grismer of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their children Edna Lucille and Kelly Douglas. The wedding will take place on March 15 in Fernie, B.C. Mrs. Hilda Coleman is pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her only daughter, Lorna Margaret' to Julius John Urban, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elek Urban of Shaughnessy. The wedding will take place in St. Patrick's 'Roman Catholic Church at 4 p.m. on April 5. Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rains wish to announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Jean Jensen to .Ion Faulkner, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner, all of Lethbridge. The wedding took place on February 14 in the Buchanan Chapel. A reception attended by im- mediate family and friends was held at Ericksen's. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Matt Olshaski, long-time residents of Lethbridge, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniver- sary today in Surrey, B.C. A reception will be held in the Surrey Inn, 9850 King George Highway this evening and an open house celebration will be held Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at their home, 1080 Ewson Street in White Rock, B.C. June vows Dr. and Mrs. John W. Hunt of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Leone, to John David Bruce McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. S. McDonald of Calgary. Both are graduates in law. The wedding will take place in June. MR. AND MRS. RALPH DILWORTH Dilworth Ponjovic SS Hope marks end of chapter PHILADELPHIA (AP) The hospital ship SS Hope, whose second career made it a worldwide symbol, is, going to be scrapped. The white ship, which trav- elled miles and brought modern medicine to many underdeveloped countries, was towed out of the naval yard here bound for Brownsville, Tex., where it will be cut up. The Hope, retired 18 months ago when it became too costly to operate, was auctioned Jan. 7 to Andy International Inc., a dismantling firm, for "It marks the end of a chap- Dr. William Walsh, founder and president and medical director of Project HOPE, said in Washington. "But I think every good idea has its lifetime. It had achiev- ed its purpose. It couldn't con- tinue to operate because of age and high fuel and labor costs. Ann Landers Golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weltens celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a recent open house in their Blalrmore home with more than 100 friends and rela- tives attending. They were married at Blairmore Feb. 14, 1925. Dear Ann Landers: I am 16 years old and very mature for my age. I like this kid (I will call him Keith) very much. My parents can't stand him. They think his hair is terrible. They don't like the way he dresses. All I hear from them is how sloppy he is and how awful his manners are. I am sick of it. The more they hassle me about Keith the more deter- mined I am that they are not going to break us up. I am old enough to know who I want to go with. Maybe one of these days T will meet somebody I will like better than Keith, but as long as my parents are on my back I'm going to keep go- ing with him just to show them they can't run my life. Please print my letter, Ann. Mom and Dad are always shoving your column in my face. Here's one I will shove in theirs. Mind Of My Own Dear Mind: I'm printing your letter so a few million parents around the country can gain some insight into what goes on with their teenage children. Your letter has a powerful message. I hope they get it. Dear Ann Landers: In 1968 you printed a letter from a relative complaining about a doctor bill. It seems his young cousin had just set up practice and sent a bill for services rendered during office hours. The complaint was, "The boy was just getting _started and I thought I was doing him a favor by giving him some practical experience." Please rerun that letter for the benefit of those who have forgotten it. I'm in my last year of speciality training and receiving long distance calls asking for advice about sun- barn., headaches and backaches, requests to write notes excusing kids from gym class, prescriptions for tran- quilizers, diet pills, etc., which I cannot fill. Please hunt up that old column and rerun it, Ann. Thank you. A. H. Z. Of Lon- don, Ontario Dear A. H. Z.: No need to rerun it. Your letter states your position clearly. Jf your relatives continue to impose on you I hope you'll tell them exactly how you feel. ..If you don't have the guts to level with them, prepare for more of the same and I can promise you, it will go on forever. Dear Ann Landers: Our son has been married to a very nice young woman for nearly three years. We've tried to be friendly but she has made it plain that she wishes to keep us at arm's length. Our daughter in law has never called us by any name whatever. It's always "Hi there." When they go on vacations our son always writes the postcards to "Dear Mom and Dad." But they're from HIM, not her. We sign our gift cards to her using our first names, but she has yet to call us "Mary and Bill." I do feel "Mr. and Mrs." is too formal for in laws. This is quite a dilemma and we would appreciate some guidance. At A Loss Dear Loss: Why don't you raise the question to her face? Simply ask your daughter in law what she would like to call you. Tiptoeing around for three years makes no sense. If she says it doesn't matter, suggest your first names, since obviously she doesn't wish to call you Mom and Dad. CONFIDENTIAL to Troubles Plus Insomnia: I'm not surprised. Life can be an uphill fight for a guy who isn't on the level. When "H" decides to get out of that kinky business you'll both sleep better. Our Lady of Assumption Church was the setting for the recent marriage of Marlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ponjovic of Coalhurst and Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. John of Oho ton, Alta. Rev. Chisholm performed the double ring ceremony. Organist was Cheryl Wentz with singers Michael and Christine Kaufmann. Maid of honor was Darlene Ponjovic with bridesmaids Marilyn Kimmitt, Lilly Bebek, Barbara Habijanac and junior bridesmaid Lori Pederson. Best man was Ellard Dilworth with groomsmen Jim Dilworth, Danny Pon- jovic, Ted Liskuski and junior groomsman Ricky Pederson. Ushers were Brian Lukenda and Marvin Bebek. A reception was held at the Labor Club with Tina Bebek attending the guest book. Dave Blakeley was master of ceremonies; toast to the bride was given by Rudy Habijanac, uncle of the bride. love shampooing the rug for her. Guests attended from Kenya, Kamloops, Swift Current, Edmonton, Camrose, Calgary, Medicine Hat, Taber, Coaldale and Picture Butte. The couple have travelled to Ottawa where they took up residence. Bridegroom Brenda fools registrar SOLIHULL, England (Reu- ter) A laborer called Brenda fooled everyone when she went to a wedding as the married an- other girl called Mary. The ceremony went off without a hitch, but an official inquiry is under way in this central England town to find out why nobody noticed that both the bride and the groom were women. The registrar of marriages, Spencer Towers, said this week he had been fooled by the 25-year-old "bride- groom" who called herself John during the civil cere- mony earlier this month. He later discovered her real name was Brenda and she had worked as a laborer alongside men. "As far as I was aware, I was marrying a man and a woman, not a woman mas- querading as the bride- he told reporters. In London, an official of the registrar-general's .office said: "If'these facts are cor- rect, the marriage is void." 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