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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, January 25, 1975 MR. AND MRS. FRED CHARLES WALLACE Wallace-A mlin Miss Eleanor Marie Amlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Amlin of Lethbridge, and Fred Charles Wallace, 'son of Mrs. V. Jacobson of Calgary and Fred Wallace Sr. of Nevada, were recently un- ited in marriage in First Alliance Church in Calgary. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was Rev. Lowell Young. Organist was Norma cousin of the bride, with soloist Donna Torhjelm. The bride was attended by her sister, Dianne Amlin, as maid of honor, with Ardis Wedding announced Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gordon are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Robert, to Marcia, only child of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kilpatrick of Van- couver. The marriage took place in Vancouver. THE BETTER HALF Torhjelm as bridesmaid. Best man was Bill Wallace, brother of the groom, with ushers Marvin Amlin and Zeek Liepins. Attending the guest book was Teresa Acehaida. A reception was held at the Calgary Inn with master of ceremonies Noelin Newton of Skiff. Toast to the bride was proposed by the bride's uncle, Allan Collins, of Lethbridge. Following a honeymoon trip to Peurta Vallarta, Mexico and points in the U.S., the cou- ple took up residence in Calgary. December wedding Mr.'and Mrs. George Bodnar of Iron Springs are pleased to announce the marriage of their only daugh- ter, Beverly Robin, to William Alex Sakal, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sakal of Lethbridge. The wedding took place December 21st at 7 p.m. in the Central Church of Christ with Rev. James Chapman officiating. Engagements announced MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WILLIAM COLE Cole-Riehl Wedding announced Claudia B. Peterson, formerly of Lethbridge, daughter or Roslyn E. Peterson of Salt Lake City and the late Thomas C. Peterson, was united in marriage January 4 with Rodney B. McKinney of San Francisco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. McKinney of Lawrence, Kan. The wedding took place in Christ Church, Sausa- lito, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner of 'Medicine Hat and Mr. and Mrs. Fred O'Donnell of Pic- ture Butte are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their children, Susan Rae and Terrance Joseph. The wedding will be held on June 28 in Medicine Hat. By Barnes "The only thing the burglar took was our new burglar-proof lock which cost Mrs. Ann Cannon of Lethbridge is pleased to an- nounce the engagement of her daughter, Jo Ann Marie, to Gary E. Gullage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hedley Gullage of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on January 31 in First United Church in Lethbridge. Rev. Ken Jordon will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson of Lethbridge, formerly of Carmangay, are pleased to announce the engagement of their second eldest daughter, Valerie Carrie, to Duane, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Charlesworth Jr. of Picture Butte. A May wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McEwen of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie Nell Marie, to Richard Paul Cote, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cote of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on February 15 at p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Christ Trinity Lutheran Church was the setting for the marriage between Miss Bar- bara Jane Riehl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Riehl; and Robert William Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cole, all of Lethbridge. Rev. Harold Martin of- ficiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Marilyn Sinclair with soloists Gerry deVos, the groom's aunt, and Leonard Schroeder. Maid of honor was Denise Waslovich with bridesmaids Sharon Grismer and Angle Juris. Best man was Brian Baines with groomsmen Ed Cole, brother of the groom, and Tom Boychuk. Ushers were David Riehl, brother of the bride, Doug Cole, brother of the groom, and Kevin Kirk. A reception was held at the civic centre with master of ceremonies Gordon Hawley of Calgary. Toast to the bride was given by Charlie Miner of Drumheller. Both are uncles of the bride. Following a honeymoon trip through central Alberta and B.C., the couple took up residence in Lethbridge. 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 Wedding 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 20s 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 all reports that are not typewritten or printed legibiy. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Idrtor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sato of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Sheila Robin, to Tom K. Tamura, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kazuo Tamura of Picture Butte. The wedding will take place this summer in the First Bap- tist Church. I I Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Wilde of Welling are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Jane, to Mark Robert Gibson of Wh'itecourt. The wedding will take place on February 15 in Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Warriner of Cowley announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Janet Louise, to Dieter K. Sauerwein, son of Mr. and Mrs'. Henry Sauerwein of Lethbridge. A family wedding ceremony will be held in Cowley, follow- ed by a dance in the communi- ty hall at 9 p.m. February 1. Everyone welcome. Landers 60th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Alex Semeniuk of Shaughnessy celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last week at the home of their grand-daughter, Janet, and her husband Ed Jankowiak. They have two daughters, Mary Poche and Veronica Papp, both of Lethbridge, and a son, Peter, of Kimberley, B.C. They were pre- deceased by a son, Dr. Steve Semeniuk of Rising Star, Tex., in 1966. They have seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Dear Ann Landers: A giant raspberry to "Turned who thinks birthday parties for one and tow year olds are ridiculous. Sure it's dumb to invite people you haven't seen since the wedding, but such a celebration is wonder- ful for close friends and relatives who have been following the child's growth and development since birth. In these days when family circles are being murdered, it's a treat to get together and celebrate a young child's birthday. Even if the kid doesn't know what's going on, he at least senses the love and festive aura that surround him, and these days that's a big plus. Please Invite Me To Yours Dear Please: I'm for any happy get together that gives peopje a chance to express love and concern for one another. Lord knows there are enough of the other kind. Dear Ann Landers: Our son's wife divorced him a year ago because he was a lazy, irresponsible slob. She never saw a dime of his paycheck and had to go to work full time to feed and clothe herself and the darling little boy they adopted. My husband never accepted the 'adopted child as a real grandson. Since the divorce, he ignores the boy completely. We have a big fight every time I mention visiting the child. My husband says, "He's not ours by blood or anything else." I love the boy dearly and want to include him in our will. My husband insists that our only "real" grandchild is our daughter's son. I have no income of my own and my husband keeps track of every penny: He said, "Write to Ann Landers. She'll agree with me." Do you? Sad Granny Dear Granny: Your hus- band has rattled the wrong cage. I'm with you. That adopted grandson deserves to be loved and treated in exactly the same, manner as your daughter's child. If "Lord Bountiful" won't give you any money for ex- tras, you can bake cookies, cakes, pies, etc., for your lit- tle grandson. This will mean much more than any store bought gift, if you bring them with loving hands and a warm heart. About the will chances are that you'll outlive the cuss which could put a signifi- cant crimp in his plans! Dear Ann Landers: Am I sick or am I a normal mother? When my 17 year old daughter has a problem with a boyfriend and cries from be- ing disappointed or hurt, I cry, too. (Not in front of her. I go where she can't see me.) When she is happy about something wonderful that has happened, I'm right there" with her, on cloud nine. I was populat when I was a teenager, so I don't have to relive my youth through my daughter. My own marriage is a good one so I'm not escaping from reality by fantasizing. Am I crackers or what? Canadian Candor Dear C. C.: It's normal for a parent to empathize with a child. You'd be crackers if you didn't. But to shed tears over her little disappointments and hurts is a bit much. Either you aren't busy enough or you are identifying in a.way that is un- healthy. Check the umbilical cord and see if perhaps it isn't a little too short. Mastectomy brings 'meaning' to life of Betty Ford NEW'YORK (AP) Betty Ford says there never was any truth to stories that her husband, Gerald, might not seek re- election to the presidency because of her health after surgery for breast cancer. By the time her recovery was far enough along to consider the matter, "we were getting encouraging news from the doctors so we really never considered the question in terms of his not she said writing for.the February issue of McCall's magazine. Commenting on her ordeal with the mastectomy, she said- "This experience has brought a meaning to my life I never had before. "For years I have read the Bible or some spiritual writing each day, and Jerry and I pray together sometimes; but I've never felt as close to Christ as I do now. I feel like I've been re- born." Discussing the psychological support she received from her husband, she wrote: "I think Jerry's real concern was to make me as comfortable as possible and to express his love. Perhaps even more so because he realized I might feel disfigured or mutilated. "He wanted to reassure me that it made no difference to him- that, after all, we still loved each other and were just as happy after 26 years of marriage." Mrs. Ford touched on a number of the fears of women who have had a mastectomy. "As for my appearance, that has been worked out so no one can tell the difference. An expert from a local store came to fit me. "As for the physical wound, I had letters from women who said they couldn't bear to look at their scars, but I didn't feel that way. I knew it was there and that I couldn't go through life not looking at it, so I might just as well accept it." Mrs. Ford said she had talked about and written about her or- deal because "I had made up my mind that this was something that had to be done, and that maybe if I as First Lady could talk about it candidly and without embarrassment, many other peo- ple would be able to as well. But she concluded by saying that this is the last time she will discuss the mastectomy. Spending patterns survey significant Are your parents too strict? Hard to reach? Ann Landers's booklet, Bugged By Parents? How to Get More could help you bridge the generation gap. Send 50 cents in coin with your request and a long, stamped, self addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 1408, Elgin, III. 60120. OTTAWA (CP) Surveyors from Statistics Canada will be knocking on doors of nearly households between next week and mid-March to find out how families spent their money in 1974. The survey of family spend- ing patterns is done about every two years and when there is a significant shift in these patterns the survey is used as the basis for adjusting weights of components of the consumer price index. Weights of the index com- ponents now are based on a 1967 survey of spending pat- terns. The 1967 survey found, lor example, that the average family spent about one- quarter of its income on food and slightly more than 30 per cent on housing. A spokesman for Statistics Canada said Thursday results of the survey being started now will be released late this year. If the survey shows there has been a major shift in spending patterns, weights in the consumer price index will be adjusted. The price index has become an increasingly important economic indicator. 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