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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-12,Lethbridge, Alberta •atuntor. JMMiâry 12, 1*74 - THt LETHMIDQE HERALD - 23 SOih wedding anniversary Mr and Mrs Elmer Halmrast will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Jan 19 with an open house for fannily and friends from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Memorial Library, Warner They were married in Lethbridge and have a son, Lawrence, of Warner, a daughter. Tretma McNeely, of Calgary, six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. No gifts, by request Golden anniversary Mr and Mrs. John Palsky of Lethbridge recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a reunion of family and friends and a supper party at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Present were sons Edward of Montana, Clarence of Fort McMurray and wives Kathryn and Norma with children Brenda, Bruce, Gail and Brian An open house was held the following day at the couple’s home Flowers and plants were received edding announced Mr and Mrs Matt Hyde of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Sheila Mane Hyde to Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements in The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edtion each week Special requests for publication 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 Wedding Raport— Using the information you provide on The Herald’s standard wedding report form, (available at The Herald) REPORT ONLY    $ 5 00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE. $15 00 Extondad Wadding Raport— If you wish information published which wpuld be additional to that provided on The Herald’a standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 20t per count line Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be S10 00 DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P M WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE ^»liona 328-4411 — Family EdHor MR. AND MRS RITCHIE ALVIN DUNN Dunn - Hoglund Miss Marilyn Mane Alvina Dunn, sister of the MR. AND MRS. ALLEN THOMAS SOCHOLOTUK Socholotuk - Mossey Hoglund, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ken Hoglund, and Rltcble Alvin Dunn, son of Mr and Mrs. Alvin Glenn Dunn, were recently united in marriage AH are of Fort Macleod. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Peter Walker in Trinity United Church, with organist Lillian McLean and soloist Colleen Chell. Maid of honor was Barbara Carr with bridesmaids Sandra and Joanne Hoglund, both sisters of the bride, and groom Best Macaulay of Calgary with groomsmen Monty Dunn of Grande Prairie, cousm of the groom, and Kevin and Derrel McKenna. Ushers were Rex Emmott and Stan Chell. Following a reception held at the Elk’s Hall, the couple travelled to Regina for a honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Dunn have taken up residence in Fort Macleod Miss Uaná Marie Mossey, daughter of Mrs George K. Mossey and the late Mr. George K. Mossey of Lethbridge, was recently united in marriage witb Allen Thomas Socholotuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Socholotuk of Fort Frances. Ont. The double-ring ceremony took place m St. George’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church m Fort Frances. Given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. J. Hámulos of Lethbridge, the bnde wore a hand-crocheted dress of white crystalline medallion shapes, set with seed pearls. Matron of honor was Mrs. Mel Todd of Calgary, cousin of the bnde, with bridesmaids Rhonda Todd of Calgary, also a cousin of the bride, Sharon Socholotuk of Fort Frances, sister of the groom, and Dannette Allen of Kirkland Lake Best man was Richard Socholotuk of Fort Frances, brother of the groom with omsmen Grant Phillips of Winnipeg, cousin of the groom, Stan Socholotuk, both of Winnipeg and cousins of the groom, and Richard Johnson of Fort Frances. A reception and dance were held in Fort Frances with Rita Todd of Calga^, cousin of the bride attending the guest book Music was supplied by The Group of Winnipeg An open house reception was also held at the home of the bride’s mother in Lethbridge. Guests in attendance travelled from Lethbridge, Calgary, Saskatoon, Mine Center, Ont., Kirkland Lake, Winnipeg, Duluth, Minn., Ottawa, Vancouver, Aitikokan, Ont, and Kelowna and Penticton    . llie couple honeymooned in the Northern States and Alberta, later taking up residence in Winnipeg. **• Henry Fehr, son of Mr and Mrs Abe Fehr of Barnwell The marriage took place December 31 Pill shortage forecast LONDON (AP) - The Family Planning Association IS predicting a shortage of contraceptive pills just when curtailed television and cold homes due to the energy crisis are leaving British couples little else to do at night but retire early. The association warned that unless couples are careful, there will be a baby boom that will lower Britain’s standard of living more than the energy crisis will The family planners said the supply of birth-control pills is going to be reduced by a shortage of raw materials in the drug industry G D Seale, one of the biggest manufacturers, said its production is being reduced because of the three-day work week decreed by the government to save electricity Woman acolyte named PESCARA, Italy (AP) Licia di Nisio. 35, has become the first Italian womar authori7ed by the Roman Catholic Church to distribute the Host to those taking communion at mass Miss di Nisio, a government employee, studied several years in a convent to become a nun She decided to remain a lay-woman but retained her vow of chastity In a major departure from tradition. Pope Paul decreed last October that bishops could install women as well i men as “extraordinary minister of the Eucharist" to help priests give communion during mass or to take the Host to elderly and sick persons at home SWANS’ WINTER HOME Almost one-fifth of the world's trumpeter swans winter on Vancouver Island Engaged February vows Mr and Mrs William Plomp are pleased to announce the forthconning marriage of their daughter Gay Lily Wtlma to Calvin John Malacko, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Malacko All are of Lethbridge The wedding will take place on February 1, at 6 pm in First United Church    *** B & J Hair Styling Salon Ltd. PERM SPECIAL January 15 to February 2    ^ Perm. Rag. $20.00    4 9 KA Spwial ...................... 1 § ...............15.00 ...............12.50 P«rmR«s. 12.50    ^    t..................I sp«'*'...................... ■ O-UU : WEEK SPECIALSI ; UiHtor    O A A 2 P*rmfttg.2«JSIo3».9S 2 i4y*»™ ......................... Q.UU 5 ¿Aoo * For Appointmmt Phon« 328*3650 1    . J B & J Hairstyling Salon Ltd. _S<»-4lt> Ay», «outh_ Ann Landers Dew Ah Lwdcn! After reading toni^t’s paper 1 >at down and compoied thii Recipe Fn- Tragedy. I hope you will print it, Ann. It'i itm-ple to follow and the resulto are guaranteed. Tue <fot reckless, incoo-siderate, damned fool, a battle of booze (any brand) and a ■ ■    1 car. the fool in the liquor, ptace^hitn in the car and let him drive After you hear the crash, remove him from the wreckage, place in a satin-lined box and gamiih with flowers. — Spokane Reader Dear Spokane: Your Recipe For Tragedy should be displayed over every bar In the country. Thanks for sending it. Dear Ana Landers: I’m sorry I used to laugh at your column. I see now that the problems aren’t so funny. 1 need belp fasL I’m a guy, 18, a senior in a trade school. My girl is 1*. She’s been bugging me to get married but I wd her I am not ready to take on the responsibilities. Besides, there are a lot of things I want to do yet. My girl was on the pill and assured me that we didn’t need to worrjr. Last night she said something must have gone wrong because she's sure she is pregnant. Her next sentence was, “We’ve got to get mamed or my father will kill me ” I know a kiij whose girl had an abortion. When I suggested it she blew her stack and said she could never do such a thing. She wants the baby. I still thuik marriage at 18 for a guy is no way to go. I’m in a tough clutch, if you know what I mean. Hease, Ann, wbat’s the scored — Menphit Dear M.: 1 know exactly what you mean, and this is a fine time to be asking me the score. If you don’t want to get married, DON'T GET MARRIED. TTiere is no way the girl (or her father) can force you to. You must pay her medical expenses and sup- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roughead of Coleman are pleased to announce the ^i^ Wilma, to ■ferry Robert Myles, s«i of Mr. and Mrs. John Myles of Sparwood, BC Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ferguson of Carmangay are pleased to announce the engagement of their dauAter, Linda Cecilia, to Daryl Loreth, son of Mr. and Mrs. ■ Vic Loreth of Llo^minster, llie wedding wiU take place May 4 in Uthbrldge *** Mr. and Mrs. J<^ Gidosb of Warburg, Alta., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Shirley, to Michael Francis Tivadar, s«i of Mrs. Mary Tivadar and the late Mr. Steve Tivadar of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place Aug. 3 in Warburg at the St. Charles Roman Catholic Church.    ••• Mr and Mrs JohnTresekof Sorrento, B C , are pleas^ to announce the engagement of their daughter Sylvia Anne to Dwain Riedel, son of Dr and Mrs Bernard Riedel of Vancouver The wedding will take place May 4    **• the child until he » of _ age, however. (How’s your arithmetic?)    1 I bow this letter will be of special interest to teen>agt girls who are getting the pill friwn friends and are not under a doctor’s siqwrvision. Dear Au Laideri; My sister who lives m Florida has been coming to visit us for three weeks every year sinc^f 1961. We felt sorry for her because she is retired and living on Social Security. We always gave Sister a royal welcome and made her vaca* tion as comfortable as possible.    - For three years now Sistet has stretched the three weeks into two months She arrives with at least |400 in her pocket, tells us how muci; money she lias in the baidu telephones home for het Social Security checks (whic^ she takes back, uncashed)^ Her “gift” to us before sh^ left last year was f25 for “f nice present ”    » After Sister’s last visiL roy husband and I felt we had been taken advantage of. When she phoned a few weeks ago to teO us exactly when we could expect her this year, I said we had no room because one c$ our children decided to comf home to live for awhile. Since that time ^ hasn’t written o}-caUed. I wrote twice and havf received no answer. Now I'm inclined to write her a long letter and tell her exactly bow we feel. Should I do it? Sign me — Used.    ‘ Dear Used: Write the letter. You’ll feel better Then tear & gp. You don’t need to tell her “exactly bow you feel.” Her silence is the message. Shfe knows. Don’t get burned by a “lineV that’s too hot to handle. Play it cool with Ann Laaders’f guide to "Necking and Petting - What Are the Limits?" Send yonr request to Ana Landers. P.O. 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