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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ann Landers DEAR. ANN LANDERS: My brother's wife, Olga, lights one cigarette off the other. I've seen her forget she has one going in the ash tray and she lights another one. My husband and I do not smoke. We find Olga's con- tinual smoking a nuisance. Last night we were playing cards and Olga was, as usual, smoking up a storm. 1 said, uPlcase blow it over there. I don't want your lung cancer." She replied, "Second- hand smoke is harmless. You're getting crochety." I say a person does not need lo inhale smoke to be harmed by it- thai being around smoke can be damaging. What do you say, In Sioux Falls DEAR CHOKING: Never mind what 1 say, here's what the Interstate Commerce Commission said when they ruled that smokers must sit in the back of the bus. "Second-hand smoke is an extreme irritanl lo humans, particularly wilh respect to its effect upon eyes and breathing." Furthermore, Dr. D. M. Cousin of Paris at a recent European council om smoking said: "Nonsmokers can inhale smoke equivalent lo one pack if they spend a day in a smoke-filled room." DEAR ANN LANDERS: As the owner of show dogs who travels a great deal 1 mighi be of help to people who would like lo lake their pets along when they go on vacation. The American Kennel Club has provided us with a letter to present at hotel and motel registration desks. The letter states that we will keep the dogs quiet and that we agree lo pay for any damage. So far, we have never been denied lodging and our dogs have never damaged anything. Here are a few simple rules: NEVER leave the pet alone. If you go oul lo eat, put the pet in a well-ventilated car and keep the car parked where you can see it from the dining room window, ft this isn't possible, buy food that can be eaten in Ihe room. If this doesn't appeal to you, leave your pet in a kennel when you Dog Lover Who Cares DEAR LOVER: Thanks for the suggestions. They make sense. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My mother-in-law has just brought our two sons back home, after a weekend stay at her place in the suburbs. She refuses to lei their hair alone. Whenever she gets the chance she drags them to the barber and has their hair cut SHOUT. Can you imagine a crewcut in this day and age? The boys prefer their hair long and so do I. They keep it clean and neat. Does a grandmother have the right to do this? I can't refuse to let the boys see her. How can get her to respect our In Illinois DEAR I. I. I.: How old are the boys? If they are oil enough to keep Iheir hair neal and clean, they are old enough to tell their grandmother (a) Ihey don't want their hai cut, (b) You don'l want their hair cut, (c) they have been instructed to phone you and you'll come at once if she in sists on taking them to the barber shop. Then you shoulc stand by them. Is an upcoming wedding driving you bananas? Ann band ers' comprehensive booklet, "The Bride's gives yo the facts from the initial announcement to the last ME an who should pay it. To receive your copy, write to Ann Landers Chicago Sun Times, enclosing a long, stamped, self-addressee envelope and 35c in coin. Sclurdoy, Juni 3, 1972 THE UfHBRIDOE Htf.AtD JJ, I J alendar Of oca IL Church of Jesus Christ o( Latter-day Saints will sponsor an education week to be held June 10, 12 and 13 at the Leth- bridge C o m m u n ity College. Present at the meet will be fac- ulty members from Brigham Young University, as weli as other u n i v e r s i ties. Janene Fprsyth, Miss Teenage Am- erica, will also be speaking. Southminster Junior Girls Choir will meet at Southmin- ister Church on Sunday at a.m. and travel to Raymond lo sing at the Raymond United Church at a.m., and at the Ridgeview Lodge at 11 a.m. On return lo Lethbridge they will have a family picnic at the east end of Henderson Lake. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Chapter OBE, 10DE, will hold the an. nual coffee parly at the Pern mi can Club Rooms on 9th St. S., Saturday from a.m. Co-convenors are Mrs. A. A. Cameron, Mrs. L. J. Mc- Kenzie and Mrs. A. S. Fumer- honored, and plans will made for the children's picnic. Refreshments will be served. Those persons who may hava missed a few meetings are ask- ed to attend the closing ses- Whirl-A-Ways will hold evening of square and round dancing on Monday at p.m. in St. Augustine's Parish Hall. Round dancing at p.m. All square dancers are welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. McKillop UCW Units will meet as follows: Carefoot, Monday al p.m.. polluck supper with Mrs. H. Filmer, 2420 14th Ave. S.. MadiU, Tuesday at fi p.m., picnic at Henderson Lake: Skolrood, Tuesday at p.m., supper with Mrs. M. Me- Kague, 521 27th St. S.; Castles, Wednesday at a.m., in the church kitchen: Thornton, Wednesday at ton. Bake table is in charge of p m supper with Mrs. HIT..- TI n _. J. Nagy, 1412 22nd St. S.; Myers, Wednesday al G p.m., s m o r g a s bord al Henderson Lake Golf Club. V E. Cross Photo MR, AND MRS. JOSEPH ANDREW KNORR Knorr-Herter St. Patrick's Roman Calholic Church was the scene for the exchange of marriage vows between Colleen Evelyn La- vina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Herter of Lethbridge, to Joseph Andrew Knorr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Knorr of Provost, Alberta. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was Rev. Father Gillis assisted by Rev. Peter Walker, uncle of the bride. Matron of honor was Mrs. June Walker of Lelhbridge, cousin of the bride. Brides- maids were Miss Alexandra Oneschuck of Lethbridge; Mrs. Carol Herter of Medicine Hat; and Miss Cheryl Redman of Lethhridge. Flower girls were Misses Sharon and Karen Herter, twin sisters of the bride. Best man was Mr. Leonard Knorr of Edmonton. Grooms- men were Mr. Tony Knorr of Edmonton, Mr. Gerald Herter of Lethbridge, and Mr. Glenn Scheck of Provost. Ring bear- er was David Herter of Leth- bridge. Ushers were Mr. Donald Walker of Lethbridge and Mr. Ted Walker of Edmonton. A reception and dance were held in the Windsor Room of the Park Plaza Motor Hotel, with Mr. George Walker as master of ceremonies. The couple has taken up res- idence in Edmonton. MR. AND MRS. BRIAN GEORGE ROSS Ross-Last St. Augustine's Anglican; Church was the scene for the i double ring wedding ceremony between Kalhryn Ann Last, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth W. G. Last, and Brian George Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Ross, all of Leth- bridge. Reverend Roy Crislield offi- cialed al the wedding, w i t h Mr. Edward Greenwood as or- ganist. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Roslyn Last. Brides- maids were Miss Laurie John- son of Calgary and Miss Dav- lyn Last, sister of the bride. Flower girl was Miss Simons Armstrong, cousin of the bride, of Lethbridge. Miss Nora Pop- son attended the guest book. Best mau was the groom's brothel-, Mr. Robert Ross of Calgary. Groomsmen were Mr. Keith Hubbard of Lethbridge and Mr. Rick Parker of Cran- bi-ook, B.C. A reception was held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restuarant, with Mr. Donald Armstrong, uncle of the bride, as master of ceremonies. Telegrams were received from South Wales and Toronto. Following a honeymoon trip lo Las Vegas, Disneyland, tho Pacific Coast and other points in the United States, Mr. and Mrs. Ross took up residence in Lethbridge. Mrs. H. P. Court and Mrs. G. L. Norman Meals on Wheels will hold a coffee time in the garden, on Wednesday at 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Judy Walker, 282G 6th Ave. A S. Everyone w c 1 come. Memberships avail- able. The regular monthly meeting Laurel Chapter No. 43 will! be held in the Masonic Hall on Monday at 8 p.m. All visiting members welcome. The Ladies Auxiliary lo the }oyal Canadian Legion will lold Ihe final meeting of the vear on Monday, June 12, at 8 ).m. in the Memorial Hall. Miss Margaret Leppard, winner of Forthcoming marriag Nopxfns Matchei Gift) Cake Topi invitation] Reply Thonlc You Card Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Morri- son of Lethbridge, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daugh- ter Marion Elaine, to Mr. Ken- neth W. Bills, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bills of Mar- wayne, Alberta. The wedding will lake place on July 8 at p.m. in Mc- Killop "United Church. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bishop nf High River, are pleased to announce Ihe forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Bron- wyn Bi-yce, to Mr. Heinz Duerr- schnabel of Hines Creek, Al- berta. The wedding will take place on July 15 at 0 p.m. in the High River United Church. BRIAN-1 yr. Son of MR. AND MRS. V. CHERVENKA PICTURE BUTTE Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reai are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Barbara Anne, to Mr. Robert Douglas Ashmead, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ashmead, all of Lcthbridge. The wedding will take place on July 1 at 2 p.m. in Mc- Killop United Church. Mr. Harold W. Brown and Mrs. Dolores Skonnard Brown announce the forthcoming mar riage of iheir daughter, Michal Ann, to Mr. Thomas H. Negrello, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Negrello, all of Leth. bridge. The wedding will take place on July 8 at Southminster Uni- ted Church. Mr, and Mrs. John Mihalik are pleased tn announce tlie forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Valerie Marie, to Mr, Leonard Elroy Frig, son of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Frig, all of Leth bridge. The wedding will take place on June 10 at 4 p.m. in Firs United Church. Mrs. Margaret Moss of Fore- most is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage her second daughter Marilyn o Mr. Jay Peterson, son of Mrs, Mabel Peterson, of BarnwelK The wedding will take place on July 15 at 5 p.m. in Fore- most United Church. Bottom shift LONDON (AP) Women who have bad falls on their be- liinds can suffer from "slipped a shifting of the fatty cushion that gives Ihem a lop- sided look, two British surgeons reported. They said men are nol susceptible to Uie problem. MAGRATH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Thomson of Ma- jrath, are pleased to announce he forthcoming marriage of heir daughter, Kay, to Mr. ,arry B. Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Soren Christen- sen, of Malad, Idaho. The wedding will be solem- nized June 10 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fazio of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Chris- tine, lo Mr, Dennis Robert Bur- ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Burton, of Champion. The wedding will take place on July 8 al 4 p.m. in St. Aug- ustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Dewar of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce Ihe engagement and forthcoming marriage of tlicir daughter, Alice Margaret to Mr. Dennis Albert Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Earl Carlson of Sydney, B.C. The wedding will take place on July 15 at 3 p.m. in Soulh- minsler United Church. Mr. Jack Scott of Lcthbridge is pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of his daugh- ter, Jacqueline W. Mole, to Mr. Mickey Moriyama of Raymond, son of Mrs. Jack Scoll (form- erly Sally Moriyama) of Loth- bridge. The wedding will take place on June 24 in the Central Church of Jesus Clirisl. the local scholarship will bo F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HAtl 6th Ave. A and 13th Si. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or Each Twelve 7 Number GamM JACKPOT Free Gamei anrf Free Cacdi DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not ofTowc HELP US TO HEIP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effeclt CAM. 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICI OR LEAVE AT 412 lit AVE. S. Mr. and Mrs, H. (Dick) Van T o 1 are pleased to announce the forthcoming m arria ge oE their daughter, Karin Reka, to Mr, Allan James Trodden, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Trod- den, all of Pincher Creek. The wedding will take place on July 8 at p.m. in the Pin cher Creek United Church, with open house to follow in the Dieppe Memorial Hall at 9 p.m. CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAU A (lockout Bingo played for till won Saturday plus JACKPOTS NOW AND Cards far or 25c each {Located Kexl