Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
_______ Hondoy Moict" 8 1771 THE IflHSRIDOE HfRAlD J3 Complete versatility in wife of PM YWCA news WEST VANCOUVER. B C 'ing ba'tle for leadership of the mother said "She's been learn- Margaret's 23-year-old sister., daughter mam-ing a 51-year-old (CP) Margaret Trudeau, the liberal party. i French and it has been a lot a rad.o technician, man, Mrs. Sinclair ropuea fourth of James Smelair's five ..j.-s quite a joke that I was a Offun having her at home." Bas brifemid and she wore a ..He mav be old but he s a bright and beautiful daughters, I Jonn Turner man at the time. has keot her PIW17 im in nn nt i 111 Ii-ii Ktpl lici grew up in an aiiuospncre 01 Kiit my wife zmd dsushtcfS 'ii, iv, t is a Priw Council- secret- r and a former I ihpnl fiVh i. g j evcn Uvo cf hcr Dttn a icrmer uoerai nsn-j The pnme minister invited1- iirls 13-16) at mo- High ThursdJ> ,.He mav be ldiess !n blue of man at same pst.ern as tte white wed- ;erv Vn to erich are ther lor eries minister, with a record of 17 years as a Liberal member of Parliament. Margaret, 22. has all the at- tributes of a she's a blue-eyed, auburn-haired and a slim but she has talent and brains as well. She is a graduate of Simon Fraser University in the Van- couver suburb of B u r n a b y, where she studied political sci- ence and sociology, and woi ked for a time last year with Can- ada Manpower in Ottawa as a sociologist. She's an ardent skier and skin two of her husband's fa- vorite pastimes but she's also at home in the kitchen or sew- ing room. She made her own wedding gown and three-tier wedding cake. She had the cake iced profes- sionally, but when it arrived it bad little doves as decorations all over it. Margaret called them "little bees" and removed the lot. She doesn't like fussy things. The wedding gown she de- signed and made of a loose-weave Finnish wool with long sleeves and a hood. Margaret was an Anglican but recently became a Roman Cath- olic the faith of her husband. They had the full Catholic wed- ding service, performed by Father John Swinkels. The bride and groom met for the first time in 1967, in Tahiti, where the Sinciairs were on a family holiday while James Sin- clair thought about the upcom- mother at Clu-istmas, 1969 The bllowing Easter, Mr. Trudeau' came to West Vancouver to "meet" her parents. "We've more or less known since then that they'd get mar- i caen idar Iff of local Margaret to Ottawa to meet his' were conung t'0 an anniversary party Thursday m-stead of to a wedding reception. Her ether three sisters- courtship" Heather I Mrs. Tom Walker) 28, And Jane', chimed in. Janet. 25, and Betsy, 'They are so much in low .t also at th? wedding incredible Thev can'i take t.'ieir Asked what she thought of her eyes off each other." Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Joan Dingle, 2406 22 Ave. S. Tuesday at 8 p.m. The pro- gramme will be presented by Mrs. Dingle on travel, and Mrs. Eva Mercer will act as co- hostess. The Hegistered Music Teach- ers Association will hold Us regular monthly meeting at the home of President Mrs. Mary- lin Sinclair at p.m. Tues- day. t The literature department of the Mathesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. D. Pether- bridge, 721 12 St A. Tuesday at p.m. The regular monthly meeting of the CPR Pensioners' Associ- ation will be held in the club rooms, Tuesday at 2 pm. All members are urged to attend. The Southern Alberta West- ern Dance Association will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday at p.m. at the 702 Wing at the Kenyon Air- port. All square dancers arc welcome. Women are request- ed to bring a hox lunch. Kappa Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi, will hold a Hawaiian party Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Doug Schindeler, 1301 10 Ave. S. The members of the social committee will be host- esses. The next meeting of xi nu Chapter, Beta S'igma Phil, will be held at the home of Mrs. R. Chambers, 1717 21 St. S, Tues- day at pm. The program will be given by Mrs. H. Mat- teotti and Mrs. N. Hall on Highlights of History. Lakeview Home and School Association will hold an Edu- cation Week Tea and Bake Sale Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. in the school auditorium. The Lethbridge Christian Wo- men's Cluh extend a cordial invitation to of the gen- eral public to attend a lunch'enn Wednesday from 1 15 to 3.is] p m. to be held at Sven Enck- i sen's Tlcstaurant Decorating! ideas with wall paper will he! given by Mrs Irene Linsay, and music will be provided by Marianne Pea rson, soloist. Featured speaker will be Mrs. Jean Hall, a homemakcr from Calgary Keservations must be made to Juliana Siemens at 328-78S2 by Monday. Cancella- tions essential. Nursery service will be provided by reservation by the Church of the Nazarene. Tau Chapter. Beta S'igma Phi will hold its model meet- ing, Tuesday at Ihe home of Mrs. Connie Pike, 271ft 10th Ave. N at 8 p m. Co-hostess Mrs. Janis Dean. The program for the evening is "The Art- ist's Landscape" picsenled by Mrs. Ijcslee Martin and Miss Nita Marino. Mrs. Sinclair said. Pierre and Margaret saw! each other often last year while she worked in Ottawa. In the past six months, with Margaret living at home in the exclusive British Properties district of West Vancouver, their meetings have been secret. "She's really been preparing for this day all the he? Designs own VANCOUVER (CP) Mar- garet Trudeau's elegant, caf- tan-style wedding gown was en- tirely her own creation Not only did she design the unconventional gown, but she also sewed it herself down to the last fine stitch. The simple, white wool gown with silk train has its own hood which takes the place of the tra- ditional veil as a head-covering. To design the rest of her trousseau, Mrs. Trudeau chose West Vancouver designer Peter Plunkeit-Norris whose "closed clientele" shop has a preferred- customer list of fashion con- scious-women. She went to Plunkett-Norris' salon in October, telling him only that she was marrying a diplomat and wotdd be going to Russia so her clothes would have to be warm. "She wanted everything midi, her favorite Plunkett- Norris said. "Other than that, she left everything up to didn't fuss or gave us her complete confidence. The only stipulation was: nothing os- tentatious as her husband was fond of simplicity." She had no over-all color scheme for her trousseau. One of the most beautiful items in the collection is a sari evening gown made from material given to her mother by Prime Minis- ter Nehru of India T p m Westminster C.en'.he Dannie N1 7.1S-8 13 of the Cnu on Tue.- Prt-i-hookis .'ll tguls p in arc! G-ti 4 j schools TUL'S- p m. .uid m p m Wednesday, Tuesday jr.J '1 Inn sd.A. 4 ii -ii s pd Susie Baudon p m 't hur.-day. Tne IUOIIM-II pm 'Club is iuvirs n- Buchanan 6 30-li, ershow on TliL- sjiovv v.'H Ke i (.vmnaslics (girls 8- "Alice in Vnndeil.ind and vii1 schools be held in the Sick I'ool A .a-on SiliM'. Tuesday, Volk-.h.ill ll.umlton Jumci nin Senator Buchanan, i Hiah School on Tui.-d.ij. C-sl .iii 7-5 p m Wilson Ju- p m Hot pants for librarians (CP> Hot them acceptable 'then I'll p.uii. may cool things for Win- to go along n.iK'g librarians this summer1 "j jiaxe no noi v. ill 1 then again may not. add or oliel any mou-mem in (ii'c thin? is certain whether influence feminine in a u'- i' ii.ii librarians wear the gres'Jive inan.ner" thor.s. no once can1 the all-female 'iiunie chief librarian, Harry 11.. uon has [o decide for itself and .isiun I president Phyhs Freedman Mr EJSton. claiming to be a' says thei'll lemember Ihe h- n.cie male" unschoo'fid in fe-, brarics no air condition- ule fashions, says ''no male ing and are "unbearable" in .is any competence authority; summer f influence in this field. Librarians also do a lot of If the staff association finds I bending to louer shelves ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UN1T 34 Mui KIVJJ t of the Wed- s.M'n Keen B u c h a n s n p.m i p m and Monda> .ii'l 9 Hi p m and 1 nt -J lo-sn vum 10 J.V11.35 p li; I S'ltk I'l" Iliu. -J.-IJ-. Ki. CHIC Centu- Hndgo ui'l ho lic'j' or Wed- ne.-daj ;.t the Ri-ifl.-nce from l'-4 l> IP Vo2.i 7 :0-3'30 .intl t; .i' 'c C e n t r e, Tin1-; moi nmji .HMO .10 and in Ju u t'ojMif1. Tues evening 7 rnncrsity. cMivng 7 :u-c .M Civic Centie. moining 9 30- 10 30 Ciuc Contie. Thursday 7 -VI-- ,'.D I'nnerMty. v, ill ho piovided for rll lasses BEAUTY PLUS BRAINS Mrs. Margaret Trudeau poses in the self-designed, sewn wedding gown she wore to be wed to the Prime Minister. elf- for COR. 5th AVE. and 6th ST. S. 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