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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Juno 20, 1970 Forthcoming Marriages Lillian and Al Peters are pleased to announce the en- gagement a n (I fcrtkccming marriage ,ct their second daughter, Sheila Maureen Kcshney, to Mr. Romild Minoru Ito, eldest son of iVIr. Mrs. Kenneth Ito, all cf Leth- bridge. The wedding will lake place on July 13. at 2 p.m. in the Buchanan Chapel, Southtninstcr United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ban- of Fort Maclcod are happy to an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of tlreir only daughter, Janis Lynnc. to Mr. Paul Forrayi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Forrayi cf Lcthbridge. The wedding is to take place in the Trinity United Church, Fort Maclcod'ori July 4 at p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Loiselle of Calgary are happy lo an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their daughter, Glenda Dawne, to Mr. David Seyward Smith, son of Dr. and Mrs. D. Seyward Smith of Lethbridge. Trt3 wedding will take place on July 11 at 2 p.m. in Centra] United Church. Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Art HOWR of Lethbridge arc pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their daughter Victoria May, to Mr. Dcug Snider, son of Air. and Mrs. Gerald Snider of Enchant. The wedding will take place on July 11 at p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church. nounce the forthcoming riage of their daughter, Ma Faye, to Mr. E. "Ted Dawson, son of Mr. ai Mrs. A. E. Dawson of Lell bridge. The wedding will take phi on July 11 at 3 p.m. in th Robertson United Church, E monton. t Mr. and Mrs. Mike Angyal Milk River are pleased to ai nounce the forthcoming marr age of their daughter Valer Mae to Mr. James Russell, so of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Blackmer, Sr., of Coults. The wedding will take plac on July 25 at in St. Peter Reman Catholic Church, Mi" River. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Pricke of Batesville. Arkansas happy to announce the fortl coming marriage of t h e i daughter Charlene to Mr James Percy Moore Waugl son of Mi1, and Mrs. J. P Waugh of Lethbridge. The wedding will take plac on July 19 in the First Unitec Methodist Church in Batesville Mr. and Mrs. William L. Kergan take pleasure in an- nouncing the forthcoming mar- riage .of their only daughter, Ruth Ellen, to Mr. Erik Thorn- sen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morten Thomsen, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on July 18 at 4 p.m. United Church. in First Mr. and Mrs. R. McLachlan of Edmonton are pleased to an- Mr. and llrs. Cecil L. Black burn cf Pincher Creek ai pleased to announce the forth coming ecumenical marriage of their eldest daughter, San dra Lea, to Mr. Stuart John Kastelic, eldest son of Mr. ant Mrs. John Kastelic, of Sangudo Alberta. The wedding will take placi on July 18 at 4 p.m. in tin Pincher Creek United Church DIET COOKING TORONTO (CP) Weigh! Watchers of Ontario Ltd. ane the Women's Division of the CNE will again sponsor a diet cooking contest at the Canadian National Exhibition. Prize money of will be awarded to the top cole slaw and custard recipes on Sept. 1. TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bardie of lethbridge ore happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of. their daughter, Linda Louisa, to Mr. Ray Dale Glasrud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glasrud of Mazenod, Sask. The wed- ding will take place on August 8 at 6 p.m. in the Buchanan Memorial Chapel in Southminster United Church. MR. AND MRS. GORDON ROY CHARLTON Charlton Gyorii Miss Leona Gyorfi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gyorfi, ;r. of Bow Island exchanged !oublc ring vows with Mr. Gor- rtai Roy Charlton, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Charlton of Rut- and, B.C. Hev. John Petra- icius officated at tha cere- money held in St. Michael's loman Catholic Church in Bow sland. Organist was Mrs. Caro- le Knapik and Mr. John Lern- r was soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Diane Campbell of Calgary. Brides maids were the Misses Sharon Gyorfi, cousin of the bride from Calgary and Diane Gyorfi, SIS' ter of the bride of Bow Island. Mr. Fred Gyorfi of Bow Is- land, brother of the bride was best man. Ushering the guests were the Messrs. Dwight Munns and Ray Fishley, both of Cal- gary. A reception was held at the Burdett Community Hall with a dance following. Master of cere- monies was Mr. Mike Gvorfi, uncle o-f the bride. Following a honeymoon at Coeur d'Alene and Spokane the couple returned to Calgary through the Okanagan, where they will reside at Suite 302, 110-Mth Avenue, S.W. MR. AND MRS. GORDON WILLIAM PITTMAN Pittman Starner Double ring vows Avere ex- changed between Olive Jane Starner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starner of Bow Is- and and Mr. Gordon William Pittman, son of Mrs. Desneiges Pittman of Lethbridge. Eev. Father Petravicius officiated at ;he ceremony which took place in St. Michael's Roman Cath- Man-Made Furs. May Save Animals From Extinction NEW YORK (AP) Man- nade fur is gaining popularity n the fashion scene. Along with the current ani- lal-prhit chiffons, velveteens nd vinyls, these "furs" go a >ng way towards appeasing a fashion appetite for ger, snow leopard and chee- h, breeds endangered by ex- nction. Active conservationist groups uch as the World Wildlife Fund co sponsor of Reigel-La France fall showing of man- made furs, approve of this I trend. They urge women not to buy real furs of endanger- ed animals. A live five-month-old tiger amaae. Mrs. Margaret E. Robison is eased to announce the raarri- ge of her daughter, Barbara Jin, to Mr. Martin of etlibridge. Bronda, Bryan and Grant ve the honor of announcing e marriage cf their mother, nn Sorensen to Mr. Max M. ackaberry, both of Lethbridge. The wedding took place on iday June 12 at the Gael? emorial United Church, in ed Deer with the Rev. Edward Oklring officiating. Female Cancers May Be Linked To Intercourse MOOSE JAW (CP) -Studies have shown there may be a link between sexual intercourse and cancer of the womb and cervix, says a Moose Jaw gynecologist. Dr. P. S. Razvi told a meet- ing of the Canadian Cancer So- ciety the possibility is acknowl- edged among members of his profession and most obstetrical textbooks mention supporting studies. He said the studies showed this type of cancer was almost non-existent in nuns while a large number of prostitutes showed evidence of it. Dr. Hazvi said the incidence of this type of disease appears less in races which practice circumcision and that penile hy- iene was an important factor in preventing this type of can- cer. The Canadian. Press Wednes- day erroneously reported that Dr. Razvi said there was a definite link between sexual intercourse and cancer of the womb and cervix. named Elizabeth was brought to the show to dramatize the fact that there are only an estimated tigers left in the world. For fall, Dynel and mohair are blended to duplicate exotic furs in even dresses. Sportowne's look of the tiger in "Safari" fabric was trans- lated into a pants coat with tie front and swing back for Designer Charles Kleibacker used this "tiger" for a full- length evening dress. "See-Otta" got the '30s treat- ment with deep collar and cuffs in racoon by Russel Taylor, de- signer-manufacturer of "furs." Taylor presented his fall collection including his "seal" in a pants coat with "tiger" side panels. For a young look, he showed "beavers" in bright colors such as bottle green and navy blue. His men's "furs" are shaped and double breasted. They include "pony" and "tiger" furs. SICK DOCTOR LONDON (AP) When you're feeling lousy, your doctor may look sick too claims a Bristol hospital physician, Dr. J. M. Naish, in the current issue of The Lancet, a medical jour- nal. He says "medical hysteria" brought on by the distressing condition of a patient can lead the doctor to restless frenzy. olic Church. Organist was Mrs. Caroline Knapik. Maid of honor was Miss Ruth Heidinger of Calgary and Miss Jeanine Starner of Bow Island, sister cf the bride, was brides- maid. Mr. Morgan Rockenbacfc of Lethbridge was best man. Ush- ering the guests were the Messrs. John Atwrrad of Ed- monton and brother of the bride, Nyle Starner of Bow Is- land. After a reception held in the Bow Island Community Hall, the couple left for a honeymoon at Jasper. The happy couple are now re- siding in Lethbridge, JULY VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Anderson of Milk River lake pleasure in announcing the forthcoming marriage of their only daugh- ter, Wendy Joy, to Mr. Ken- neth M. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of Kimberiey, B.C. The wedding will be solemnized in the Al- berta Temple at Cardston on July 25. Photo by DeJourdans Terrific Fantastic Saving itstcsnt Glamour Synthetic Wig INTRODUCTION SALE JUNE 22nd THRU, 27fh FOR THE FIRST TIME IN LETHBRIDGE MONDAY THRU. SATURDAY Open Every Evening For Your Convenience 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. C Associates SAMPLE ROOM III MARQUIS HOTEL SAVE W W W W SALE PRICE 1895 SINGLE PURCHASE REGULAR PERSONALIZED STYLING ON LOCATION The Finest Synthetic Stretchy Wig Available FOR THE FIRST 100 LADIES ONLY Come in and Order Yours Today LADIES: This Is your chance to starf your wig wardrobe Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was stunned by your answer to the woman who was mad because the 14-year-old neighbor girl kissed her husband "Happy Birthday" and presented him with a pair of argyle sox winch she knitted for him. All this was supposed to be in appreciation for his help with her essay on drugs. (He's a chemist.) You seem to think tlie man's wife was out of her mind to object. I've got news for you, Annie. Fourteen-year-old girls aren't what they used to be. Our daughter is 14 and I'd better not catch her kissing the man next door "Happy "Merry Christmas" or anytliing else. You of all people are supposed to know what's going on in the world. So why don't you? Kids get ideas a lot earlier these days. A 1970 model 14-year-old girl might not have any more sense than we had at that age, but she can fill a bathing suit like an 18-year-old and this makes her seem older. So watch it. Another "Witch" DEAR WITCH: I agree some 14-year-olds should be la- beled but the girl who knit the sox kissed the neighbor in the presence of his entire family. I thought it was a sweet innocent gesture and I still do. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My husband and I moved to this city three months ago. The only people we knew before we came here are a couple my husband went to school with in Cincinnati. They were very helpful and we appreciated their kindness, but now we are virtually then- prisoners. Mae h'as a way of tying us up weeks in advance and both my husband and I find this irritating. On two occasions when I told Mae we had a date with another couple she cleverly put words in my mouth. and before I knew it she had her husband and herself included. After I realized that she had manipulated me I was furoius with myself for allowing it. We don't want to hurt their feelins. because they havs been very good to us, but we do feel "taken over." Is there any way we can free ourselves gracefully, that is? metically Sealed DEAR HERM: Forget about freeing yourselves grace- fully. Settle for just freeing yourselves. Once you've been overly chummy with a couple, it's impossible to unwind with- out some resentment. But, unwind you must or you will never be able to call your souls your own. And the sooner tha better. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My brother and his wife adopted a baby. It is their second1 child first adoption. They want to know if it is proper to send baby announcements to friends and relatives. They sent announcements out when their first child was born five years ago. Please advisa, Valley DEAR NAP: The arrival of an adopted child should be heralded in the same manner as a blood child. Tell your sister-in-law to go ahead and send the invoice I mean announcement. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a woman in my mid 50's and have reared three children. I worked before the children were born and I made good money. I quit when our last child entered high school. It's a pleasure not to set an alarm clock. I love staying at home and doing as I please. But my husband will not let me alone. He says I am lazy and stupid for piddling away my time. He has made me fell like a leech because I am not bringing in money. He is forever readings ads to ME "Help wanted, Female." Twice I have received calls from agencies which be undoubtedly "arranged." My husband is an executive and we are not up for money. I have never been a big spender and am more con- servative than most women in our crowd. I do my own hair. We have no maid in the house. I don't mind1 an occasional part-time job, but I don't want steady work. Is this wrong? Fracas Without End. DEAR FIS: A woman in her mid-50's who Has raised three children should not go back to a full-time job unless (1) additional income is needed or (2) she wants to. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The lethbrictye Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page In The Herald'i Saturday edition each week. Special request! 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 forms! Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and {he 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. The Letliktdge Herald ;