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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta n, 1772-THE IfTHBRfDGE HSRAID learning to ski. to you can join him on the ilojiei. Pickett-Luslmer calendar of local happenings Oddfellows, Rebekalis and friends arc reminded o( tKe "card party to be held in Uie "Oddfellows hall Tuesday at p.m. Everyone welcome. Letlibridge l-odgc No. 32, Or- der of the Royal Purple, will hold its regular meeting on Monday at 8 p.m. in the Elks ball. Canadian Consumer Associa- tion will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in Ihc Bowman Art Centre board room. The Women's Auxiliary to the Lelhbridge Municipal Hos- pital will hold the regular meeting in the lounge of the nurses' residence, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Arrangements for the dessert card parly to be held Tuesday, March 21. will be fi- nalized. A good attendance is requested. The regular luncheon of die Christian Women's Club will be held Monday at p.m. in Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant. Featured will bo a demonstration of sewing by Stretch and Sew, along with music and a speaker. For re- servations call Every- one welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way Pensioners Association will be held in the Club Rooms at 2 p.m. on Tueday, All mem- bers are asked to attend. The HiC and CGIT groups of McKillop United Church will sponsor a folk-rock musical Na- tirral High, in the sanctuary of the church Sunday at 7 p.m. With a cast of 30 young people, the production will be directed by Mrs. Annabelle Pruegger. Everyone welcome. Coffee will be served following the service. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux Square Dance Club have can- celled the dance for next week only. St. Andrew's Presbyter i a n Church was the scene for lire exchange of double ring wed- ding vows between Lorraine Luslvner, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Irvin Lushner, and Mr. Danny son of Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Pickett, all of Ixth- bridge. Rev. L. Ilankinson officiated at the ceremony, with Mr. Van- dor Kov as organist and Dr. T. Melling, soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Barbara Parker, of Calgary. Bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Misses Karen and Gail Lustuicr. Best man was Mr. Patrick Hill of Ushers were Mr, Bob West of Taber and Mr. Mel Middlcton of Edmon- ton. Following a reception held at tire Park Plaza, the couple tra- velled to Calgary for a honey- moon. They will reside In Krank, Alberta. Landgraf-Beclulholt Double ring wedding vows were exchanged between Char- lene BechdhoH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl BechdhoH, and Mr. Rudy Landgraf, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Landgraf, all ol Lethbridge. The ceremony was perform- ed by Rev. Bob Elliott in South- minster United Church chapel. Maid of honor was MLss Lin- da Elkjar, with Miss Utilise Hamilton as bridesmaid and Miss Diane Landgraf, Junior bridesmaid. Mr. Graham Bechdholt was best man, with ushers Mr. Da- vid Bechdholt and Mr. Randy Pilling. A reception was held at the Windsor Room of the Park Plaza. The couple 1 s r-esiding In Lethbridge and plans a honey- moon at a later dale. Forthcoming marriages Mr. ad Mrs. Dean F. Heggie of Raymond are pleased lo announce tire forthcoming mar riage of their youngest daugh- ter, Janet Kay, lo Mr. Richard Bent Rolfson, son of Mr, and Mrs. V. P, Rolfson, of Calgary. The wedding is to take place on April 1 at the Alberta Tem- ple in Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen of Milk River, are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their only daughter, Laura Catherine, to Mr. Rob- ert Alan Bosch, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bosch of Coutts. Hie wedding will take place on May 13 at 3 p.m. in St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gough are pleased to announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Sarah Lynn, to Mr. Larry George Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, all of Tuber. The wedding will take place on June 24 at the Alberta Tem- ple, Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sproule of Taber are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Jean, (o Mr. Teter James McKenna, son of Mr. and Mrs. James McKenna of Lethbridge. Mr. Deanc R. Gundlock, MP, and Mis. Gundlock wish to arv nowice engagement of their youngest daughter, Marjorie jean, to Mr. Barry Rae Crank hite, son of Mr. and Mrs, Tho mas F. Cronkhite, of New Day ton. The marriage will take place on April 3 at 5 p.m. in the Evangelical Church, Warner. Mr. and Mrs, John Davies of Hardicville are pleased to an- nounce (he forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Kalh- erine Ann, to Mr. Richard Hen- inger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heninger, of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on April I at p.m. in Cen- tral Church of Christ. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dunn lake pleasure in announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Kaye, to Mr. John Peter Papworlh, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. PapworUi, all of Turin. The wedding mil take place on April 1 in the First Baptist Church, LeShbridge. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Uthbridge Herald All weeding reporfs, marriage and engopement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's SalurcJay edllfcm each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of tho week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted1 in ihe 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 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published whrch would be additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the eniire report wiii then be charged al 20c per count fine. Charge for a two column picfure wilh thii write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phono 328-4411 Family Editor The Uthbridge Herald Midwifery for nurses WINNIPEG (CP) A train- ing program for mid wives will begin this spring under tho ju- risdiction of the University of Manitoba department of con- tinuing education. The inidu-ives will take the place of doctors when delivering babies in northern nursing sta- tions if n doctor is unavailable, said John Connors, executive director of the Misericordia General Hospital. ITe said five nurses will be (rained in tlic initial program which will begin here March 13. "I could perhaps advance a reason for limiting it to Mr, Connors said. "Yon can only get so many people In a delivery room at one a doctor, anesthetist, student nurses, even a father. Also, this is the first program, and you i must plan for a manageable j number.1' F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Avo. A nnd T3th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or Each Twelve 7 Number JACKPOT S135 Free Games and Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold pay cioubfe money Children under 16 not olFawttf Real-estate lawyer elevated to bench TORONTO Yoi'< County's first woman judge is specialist in real estate law, who leads a social life as active as her professional one. and says law i.s tier "real passion." Janet Roland, 45, was recently appointed to the county bench by former justice minister .John Turner, and she lakes up her position alongside the county's other judges. Mrs, Bolancl a native of Kitchener, Ont. nays the recent appointment came as a sur- prise, adding she has no idea why she was chosen. However, her legal colleagues have more definite opinions. "One of her greatest qualities is an ability to understand peo- ple and to communicate with them; she has says one. "This manifests itself in great t personal charm. She also has I much intellect and ability." Mrs. IJoJand went to College before she look law n! Osgoode Hall, graduating in 1950. She was the eldest of three daughters and was, she sayo. HIGH Paris designer Pierre Cardin showed bis Apollo 72-73 fashion for men in Pam yesterday. The models hod their hair-parts shaved nn inch wide in middle and wore painted moustaches around their mouths, (AP Wirepholo) Home business EDMONTON (CP) What started out as a Iwbby for Maude Sturgeon developed into a thriving business durmg the last two years as her home- made note cards have become well-known in Western Canada. Made of dried flowers, Kleenex and wax paper, the note cards sell for SI.50 for a box of 12. "1 never thought anyone would want Mrs. Sturgeon said. "But I've made this year and they're nearly all gone." encouraged by her father lo enter decision she's never regretted, "Law is my real passion, and because of It 1 have given up a lot." But not too much. She mar- ried John Holand. real estate manager of Crown Trust, in her graduating year, and their sons now are aged 19, 17 and 10, MUST A LOT Between her home and profes- sional life, she also manages to belong to the Junior League, .1 book-discussion club, to ski with i her family and travel. When her two eldest som i were young, sho carried on lier own law practice from her home, working part-time. liy the time they wera hi school, she joined the firm of [White. Bristol and Heck, and i begaji her specialty in reat-es- talc law. After ill years she joined her present firm of Lanp. I Michener, Cranston, Farquhar- I son and Wright, as a full part- nor. Mrs. Koland says she is ex- cited al Hie prospect of a new challenge and has much to learn as her job will cover A number of fields of law, includ- ing divorce, family law and i criminal law. But Mrs, D o 1 a n d h n j [bought about the judgeslup offer from Mr. Turner ovev- night, then she has never been held back sim i ply because she is a woman in a predominantly male field. "There's a great advantage in being a woman in law. The men take extra care of me." KKEP COVERED i Keeping leftovers covered during refrigeration protects quality. Ann Landers i Arctic W'inter Games as big game guide DEAR READERS: In the past, when my readers have persuaded me that I've made a mistake, I have reversed my stand. I don't mind admitting a mistake only a fool believes he is infallible. RecenUy o abo nt a family problem. Her husband nearly died because of what she described as a sloppy operation. She asked me how to go about suing the surgeon. I advised her to consult with the Grievance Committee of the County Medical Society. Dozens of lawyers blasted me for that advice. "Taking a complaint against a doctor lo the County Medical wrote one attorney,