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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sandusky Williams Herget, The Aiberta Temple in Card Eton set the scene for the ex change of double ring wedding vows between Patricia Diane Williams, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Raphael Williams of Lethbridge, and Eldon Clark Sandusky, son of Mr. and Mrs, John J. Sandusky, of' Calgary. Maid of honor was Susan Young, with bridesmaids De- anna Williams, sister of the calendar of f local nappenincj} FOE bingo tonight at the Ea- glee Hall nt 8 p.m. Jackpot is in 54 numbers. Everyone welcome. The Lethbridge Council of Home and School Associations will hold a meeting on Mon- day at p.m. in Wilson Ju- nior High School. All associa- tions are urged to send repre- sentatives. Everyone welcome. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RtCOMMENOATION MA1CO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE IIIPLET OPTICAL 611 3rd Ave. S. Phon. 328-5447 and bride, LaRee Sharon Ehlert. Best man was Dean Coombs of Cardston, and ushers Ray Roberts, Randy Pankfairst and Dennis Dempster. Prior to the reception which was held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 10th Ave. S. in Leth- bridge, the parents of the groom gave a dinner for mem- bers of the two families. Following the reception, the couple travelled to Calgary and Banff for their honeymoon. They will reside at 510 24th St. S. Ann Landers Ictvnfey, Jenuiry THI UTHHIDOi HERALD of wcat na. AND MRS. GLEN ALLAN HOUSENGA Housenga-Bedingfield Trinity United Church in Fort Macleod was the setting for the exchange of double ring vows between Linda Ann Beduigfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bedingfield, and Glen Allan fousenga, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Housenga, all of Fort tlacleod. Rev. A. T. King of Leth- mdge and Pastor Peter Walk- r officiated at the ceremony. tlrs. Lillian McLean was or- 'anist with Mr. Jim Ooutts, BO- oist. Maid of honor was Miss Judy I e 1 d r u m, of Lethbridge. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Caro- lyn Weir, Fort Macleod, Mrs Carolyn Bcdingfield, Calgary and Miss Sherralyn Rass, Cal gary, was junior bridesmaid. Best man was Mr. Dick R gel, Calgary, and ushers were Mr. David Weir and Mr. Fran Cyr, both of Fort Macleod. Following a reception at the Knights of Columbus Hall, the couple travelled to Great Falls for the honeymoon. They will reside in Calgary for the winter and later at th groom's farm south of For Mcdeod. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Doug Quayle are pleased to announce the en gagement of their youngest daughter, Christine Ann, to Mr David Charles Aspluad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Asplund The wedding date will be an- nounced at I later date. Mr. and Mrs. George Cowan are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their second daughter, Wendy Marlene, to Christopher George Thomas; son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Thomas, of Calgary. .The wedding will take place on May 27 in Lethbridge. "1 Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent Jrooks of Lethbridge are pleas- ed to announce the forthcoming Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In TteUtMwidgeHemld All weeding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now accepted In the following formsi Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONIY 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 then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-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 Thi letlikufce Herald marriage of their eldest daugh ter, Janet Joan, to Mr. Lloy Allan McDonnell, only son o Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McDon nell of Warner. The wedding will take place on March 4 at 5 p.m. at Me Killop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. John R. FJIlo of Bow Island are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar riage of their daughter, Faye Marlene, to Mr. Mark Vucure- vich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vucurevich of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. in the Greek Orthodox Church of Holy Trin. ity. love is. not cutting out the cartoon before he reads the paper. Highest wedding BOISE, Idaha (AP) The bride didn't walk down the aisle at this wedding. In fact neither did the groom, bes man, matron of honor nor 30 guests in attendance. They all rode a chair lift Lee Grimes married Diane on New Year's Eve foggy mountain at the Basin ski resort near Sears atop a Bogus Boise It has never been done be- explained the groom. "We wanted to be doser to said the bride. All but one of the wedding party skied back down the mountain after the Boise cou- ple exchanged marriage vows. Mrs. Grimes opted for a to- nggan. She doesn't know how to ski. Campaign successful OTTAWA (CP) The Uni- tarian Service Committee re- cently concluded its most suc- cessful fund-raising campaign since 1945, says the organiza- tion's executive director. In her 971 year-end review, Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova says the cam- paign raised made up of in cash and the remainedr in non-money gifts. NO MORE BANS PRETORIA, South Afric-a AP) Authorities announced hat the posting of marriage in- entions in South Africa will not be required after Feb. 1. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like to say a word to friends and relatives who think they are being helpful, but who do more harm than good. After 14 years of marriage my husband and I agreed to a legal separation. In our crowd "legal separation" is viewed as. Hie forerunner to divorce. our friends do not know is that we an trying for I reconciliation. If they would leave me alone and not try to "make me feel better by telling me how lucky I am to be rid of the dog they've known for years he was a I'd appreciate it. I am aware, also, that some o( my "well- intentioned" friends have been going to my husband and tell- ing lucky he is to be rid of me, that everyone has known for a long time we were not making it. Then they offer to fix him up with a sex bomb. Real friends do what they can to get separated people together they do not try to finalize the split. Sour Apples In Appleton. DEAR APPLES: Solve your own problem by making the subject of your separation "off limits." I suspect you are one of those people who sMould have heeded the old Scottish proverb, "Don't spit in a well. Ye might wan' to drink from it some day" t DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please print this letter. It's taken me a long time to express my gratitude to you and I'd like to do so now. Here's my story. Ten years ago I found myself pregnant. The baby's father didn't want to marry me. My parents kick- ed me out and I found out who my friends wtre. I had only one I could count on. Mary, a girl I worked with, asked me to share her apartment. Her husband was overseas and she said she wanted company. When I began to show, the office manager told me to leave. I was, she explained, "a representative of the com- pany" and they couldn't have a pregnant Miss "meeting the public." I lost my job but Mary insisted that 1 slay with her. Ail the while I was torn with indecision should I keep the baby? On August 14, 1961 I read your column. It was made up of letters from nwthers who had faced my problem. I knew then what I had to do. I decided to give the child a break and put it up for adoption. Seven weeks later I sigaed the final papers. Two years later I married a wonderful man and we now have three lovely children. I have never regretted giving up my first born because I know that somewhere there's a happy little boy who has two loving parents. Ten years is a long time to put off writing a letter, but I finally got around to it. Been There And Back DEAR B. T.; So you're 8 little slow. Nobody's perfect. In case the readers would-like to know what helped you make the decision on August 14, 1961, here it Is: From Mount Veroon, New York: Last night I got my first good night's sleep in years. When I read the letter from "The Child You Gave Up" it was as if someone had lifted a 10-ton weight off my heart. Many years ago I gave up my child for adoption. Since that day I have been tortured by ttfe question, "Can a child ever understand and forgive a mother for doing Now I know the answer. Steubenvllle, Ohio: I'm so grateful that you didn't print the name of the city along with the letter ilgned "The Child You Gave Up." I want more than anything to believe that the letter was written by the child I gave up nine years ago. El Paso, Texas: Only a woman who has given up her baby can know the agony and paia of separation. I felt in my heart I was doing what was best for ray child, but all these years I've been haunted by the fear that my child would always hate me. Bless you, Ann, for the peace of mind you have brought me. Lawrence, Kansas: I was a foolish (and I see now a sel- fish) girl who refused to give up her out-of-werilodc baby. I told myself that nothing mattered except keeping my baby. I also told myself that my child would thank me for the sacrifices and love me for my courage. I was wrong. When she ran away from home at the age of 15 she left a note saying, "I bate you, Mother. You never gave me i break." The women of the Old Timers Pemmican Club will hold a meeting Wednesday et p.m. in the club rooms, 9th St. and Stfi Ave. S. The monthly meeting of the Lettbridge Social Credit Wom- en's Auxiliary will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Room 1 of the civic centre. Mrs. Alma Hancock of Raymond will be feature speaker. Hostesses will be Mrs. T. Odney and Mrs. M. Munson. Members and welcome. guests Southminsfer square dance learners' group will dance Monday at B p.m. in Southmin- ster Hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Mdlk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance learners' group will dance Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Erie Rivers school. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The units of McKJMop UCW will meet as follows: Monday, Carefoot unit with Mrs. C. Orton, 2106 18 Ave. S. at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Madill unit with Mrs. W. Baraniuk, 1507 15 Ave. S. at 2 p m. Tuesday, Skolrood unit with Mrs. A. Gumming, 1605 14 Ave. S. at a p.m. Wednesday, Catties unit with Mrs. G. Castles, 409 Dieppe Blvd. at a.m. Wednesday, Thorton unit et the church lounge at 2 p.m. Thursday, Myers unit mth Mrs. R. Sewers, 2209 26 St. S. Chinook Unit of Southmin- sler UCW bold a dessert bridge in Soubhmdnster Hall on Tuesday at p.m. Persons interested in making up a' ta- ble are asked to contact Mrs. C. Gregory, 327-4490 or Mrs. H. McCulcheon 327-3303. The Whirl-A-Ways wffl hold an evening of square end round dancing hi St. Augus- tine's Parish Hall on Monday at p.m. Round dance prac- tice at p.m. AH square dancers welcome. Women ire asked to please bring lunch. box NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR FLOWERS VALENTINE'S DAY FEBRUARY 14th Lethbridge Florist's Association OPEN MONDAY AS USUAL! FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP LORNA'S FLOWERS NORTH-PLAZA FLORIST HOLIDAY FLOWERS a out an, Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma 'hi, recently held a Gallopinj Gourmet party at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sarsfield. A good time was had by all. Last Sunday's social event iroved a lappy occasion for ie members of Preceptor Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, to- ether with their husbands and hildren. After an hour or so of refreshing family skitmg, they U met for a hot buffet sup- served at the home of Mrs. C. M. Van der Lee, of 2917 North Parkside Drive. Mr. R. A. "Reg" Cross Is Pleased To Announce That He Has Resumed Management Of A.E. Cross Studio SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd AVE. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED If it's just q new house you want there are several. 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