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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, March 13, 1971 Ann _anders DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your letter against pot last week was a joke. If you dried-up creeps want kids to believe you, why don't you tell the truth? I have yet to see a single letter in your colunm telling the GOOD things about pot. Why is that? I'll tell you why. Because you are a bunch of fuddy-duddies who are trying to scare us kids to death. Well, it won't work. Most of us Imow nuwe about pot than our parents aai teachers put together. I'm a 16-year-oild girl who lives In a medium-size Mid-wcBtem town. I have been smoking pot at least once a day for nearly two years. It hasn't hurt me at all. In fact, it has done me a lot of good. Not only is pot smoking a pleasurable experience, but it has expanded my consciousness and opened my eyes to the beauties of the world. Grass has NOT dulled my mind. It has sharpened it. My (Unking is clearer now tlian it ever was. I am more aware of things around me - things I never noticed before. Objects (bat used to look small now look large. When I smoke, I see mental imaiges in color instead' of black and white. I used to be too shy to ^ak up in a crowd. Nbw I am a brilliant conversationalist. I can talk on any subject. People listen spellboimd. At this very moment I am stoned yet I am 100 per cent lucid. I am expressing my innermost feelings brilliantly. When I finish ttea letter it will bc a masteipiece. If you fail to pilnt it, I will know you are a Commtmist. In Russia, they present only one side of a story. The side they want people to believe. I'll be watching and waiting. - The Truth Will Win DEAR T. W. W.: Here is your letter-but I had to make some ctnrections in order to put it in tiile paper. Your "masterpiece" comtauKd 17 misspelled words, four non sequi-turs, and three unfinished sentences. Thanks for proving once again that a persmi who is stoned is no judge of his lucidity, his brilliance or the calibre of his perfonmance. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please sU^ telling your readers who complain about a snoring spouse to send the snorer to an ear-eye-nose and throat specialist - and if he sees no ob-stniction that can be removed surgioally to "buy ear plugs and forget it." There IS a cure for snodng and I have proved it First let me tell you, I'm not a fcook. I'm a practicing physician. The facts are as follows: People who snore while asleep do not snore while awake. The problem then, is simply teaching the brain to maintain the upper re^nratory tract apparatus in the same silent configuration as yvhen awake. With adequate motivation the snorer will program his brain to do tlris. First, the snorer should be told that something unpleasant vW. happen to him if he snores. Penalties which become progressively severe should be inflicted until the snoring stops. Some of the most effective penalties are: 1. A heavy poke with an elbow to the side of the snorer. 2. A bard punch with the tips of the fingers against the chest 3. A sharp jab with a hatpin or pointed instrurjcnt-in a safe area. 4. A bard slap in the face with the palm of the hand.  5. A hard swat in the.face with a plastic fly swatter. When the sleeper awakens suddenly as the result of any of the above attention - getting devices, he will ask, "What happened?" He told firmly, "You were snoring. Stop it." This might have to be repeated several times before the snoring stops completely, but it will stop, and you can count on it. -R. S. C. - M. M. (Texas) DEAR DR.: I am printing your letter, but without my per-sonaj endorsement. Some of your "attention getting devices" border on assault and battery. I have a strong suspicion that in a good many instances, if this technique were applied, it might end the marriage before it ended the snoa-ing. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethkidge Herald All wedding reports, morriage and engapement announcements will now be published on i special page in The Herald's Saturday editioft 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 be accepted in the following forms; Standard Wedding Report-Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The Herald). REPORT ONLY ................. $ 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE $15.00 Extended Wedding Report- If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard 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 $10.00. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 - Family Editor The Lethbtidgc Herald ________v;:;;-) COMES THE Douglm-Cropley Rev. M. Ch-opley, uncle of the bride officiated at double ring wedduig vows between Patricia Laverne Cropley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin R. Crop-ley of Lethbridge and Harold A. Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas of Foremost. Organist was Mrs. C. Glea-son and soloist was Mrs. A. Duckett for the ceremony at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. Matron of honor was Mrs. Nadia Zacchigna. Bridesmaids hicluded the Misses Rhonda Douglas, Sandra Cropley, Irene Douglas, and Joan Slovacfc. Flower girl was Miss Sandy Slovack. Best man was Mr. George Bailie of Skiff. Ushers were the Messrs. Howard Miller, Charlie Houghan, Verle Ell and Dave Garner. Master Roger Slovack was the ringbearer. Miss Cherry Lee attended the guest book for the reception held at the Labor Oub. The couple have taken up residence at Nemiscam, Alberta.  Anderson-Gibh President J. Golden Snow of-ficiated at the double ring wedding in the Alberta Temple, Cardston for Jolayne Gibb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibb of Magrath and Murray Lynn Anderson, son of Mr. aiid Mrs. Norman S. Anderson of Taber. The bride chose a floor length peau d'elegance go^vn with floor length train and shoulder length veil. Her bouquet was a heart-shaped sweetheart rose arrangement. Bridal attendants mcluded Mrs, Delwyn Paulson, Card-ston, matron of honor; bridesmaids, the Misses Lynn Gibb, Marsha Gibb, sisters of the bride, Magrath; Laura Anderson, sister of the groom, Taber, and Thelma Dahl, Edmonton. The best man was Mr. Brian Anderson, brother of the groom of Taber, Groomsmen included the Messrs. Ray Anderson, Reed Svenson, Russel Baptiiste, all of Taber. The reception was held at the Magrath Cultural Hall with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Taber, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon EJdwards, Lefchbrldge, greeting the guests. Miss Carol Dun-oombe, Cailgary was in charge of the guest book. Organ selections were.heard from Mrs. J. A. Biiie. The hall was decarated in a Valentine motif by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer WIdfe of Welling, and Mrs. Watson Rirlie. The wedding cake was d^orated by Mrs. La Mar Bennett, Magrath. Host and hostess were Mr. Beit Gibb and Mrs. Ruby Fletcher. The couple will reside in Edmonton where the groom is taking post graduate work at the University of Alberta. Terry Bland Photo MR. AND MRS. ALBERT BERNARD KLIPPENSTINE Klippenstine-Kreutziger Buchanan Chapel, Soutfa-minster United Church was the scene of double ring wedding vows for Eleanor Lillian Kreut-ziger, daughter ot Mrs. Berta Henrich and the late Mr. George N. Kreutziger of Mer-ville, B.C. and Albert Bernard Klippenstine, son of Mr. and TO BE WED - Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Winteringham of Edmonton are pleased tc announce the forthcomrng marriage of their daughter, Sandra Beth to Mr. Ronald James Goble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coble, oF Waterton and Edmonton. The wedding is to take place May 8 in St. Paul's United Church, Edmonton. ' '" *** Shop around for best photos TORONTO - When planning your wedding, don't goof on the wedding photographer you select. Many brides have." Canadian Photography magazine surveyed brides to learn about their problems. Based on their complaints, the publication's editor has drawn up these iguide lines for future brides. 1. Make your reservation early. Remember that most weddings take place in the June - through - September months and usually on Saturdays. Since there are only so many Saturdays, get yom-booking in soon. 2. Don't shop for price by teleplione. Visit the photographer's studio and ask to see samples of his work. Remember that we usually get what we pay for, so don't use cheapness of price as your sole guide. You might get cheapness of quality, too. 3. Find out what you will receive foi* your money. This might sound strange, but many of the girls surveyed were dismayed, chagrined and angered when it came time to pay for and receive the final photographs. Some found that the end result cost considerably more than they had thought. Ask: "Will I be able to keep the proofs themselve.s and will I have to pay for them? Ai'e there any extras?" One girl understood that slie could tick off as many plwtographs as she liked on the photographer's photo coverage sheet. She thought she would be able to pick only those which pleased her when she made the final selection. She had to pay for every one she had licked. 4. If you have firm ideas about which events you to have taken, make sure the photographer toiows. Better still, teU him in writuig - with the understanding of how much that number of finished photo-gi^aphs will cost. 5. Ask for a guaranteed delivery date of (a) the proofs; and (b) the finished photographs. Be careful here. Pin him do^ra to a date for both of these and tell hin. you expect him to stick to it. 6. Ask how much time he will have available. This is important, especially if you want photographs taken at home, the ceremony and reception. Make sui-e the photographer is willing to allow sufficient time to do justice to your wedding for the money involved. Otherwise he might rush things too much in order to catch another wedding across town. Find out if he wiU remain throughout your wedding. Be cautious if he tells you he will lovQ is... O 3-, . . . giving him the Sunday paper to read in bed. I ICS ANOlltl tIMIIt do your wedding as well as another at the same time (by doing a juggling act and flitting back and forth to capture the highlights of each). Don't accept him if this is the case. 7. No^v, let's zero in on the photographer's quality. Ask to see several of his weddings. Obtain names of recent brides. Visit each one and examine the photographs. Would you be happy with them? Important. Ask the photographer if he took the photographs he showed you. If you like them, ask if he will be covering your wedding. Run up the danger flag if he starts to hedge with, "Well, no, I won't be doing your wedding myself, but the young fellow we'll assign to do yours will do an excellent job." Ask to see samples of this young fellow's work because this is the area that caused most of the grief m our survey of brides. Since there aren't enough Saturdays, the photographer often litres amateur photo-gi-aphers to fill in for him. S p e a k ing of amateur photo-graphea-s, don't rely on one to photograph your wedding - even if it is your favorite Uncle Harry. By all means, encourage friends and relatives to teJce pictures, but ask them not to get in the way of your professional pliotographer. One further point. Each province has an association of p r 0 f e s sional photographers. Does your man belong? DIGNITY COiSfTRACT CAMPINAS, Brazil (AP) - A judge paroled a convicted wifebeater for two years on condition the wife sign a statement every three months that she is being "treated with dignity." Mrs- Peter KUiq)e(nstine of Oak Lake, Manitoba. Performing the c er emony was Dr. R. W. K. ElUott with Mr. Wilfred Woolhouse as organist and the Southminster Boys Choir. Mrs. Alan Green of Calgary was the bride's attendant. Mr. Peter Klippenstine, Jr. of Oak Lake was best man with Dr. G. Oscar Kreutziger of Berkeley, Calif-, brother of the bride as usher. After a reception held at Southminster Hall, the couple travelled to Radium and Fairmont Hot Springs for thek honeymoon. They have taken up residence at 530 17th St. S. Lethbridge. *** Marriages announced Mr, and Mrs. Robert Johnston of Milk River annoimce the maniage of their niece Miss Sharyn Smith to Mr. Doug Kenver. The ^vedding took place March 6 m St. Paul's United Church, Calgary. *** MAGRATH (HNS) - Mr. and Mrs; William Blumel of Magrath announce the marriage of their daughter, Dana Lee Worman, to Mr. Peter Norman of Cranbrook, B.C. The marriage took place on March 1. ** Warnock - Hillmei ThB Church of the Nazarene, Lethbridge was the scene of double ring wedding vows between Donna Marie Hillmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hillmer of Magraith and Arnold Dwight Wamock, son ot Mrs. Mabel Wamock, and the late Earl Wamock, of Wren-tham. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Cole, uncle of the groom, of Ellensburg, Wash. Organist was Mrs. Linda Lip-tak of Lethbridge and Mrs. Janet Kay of Magrath was soloist. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Janet Hunt, matron of honor, of Lethbridge; and Mrs. Loi-elee Marshall, Delia, Alberta and Mrs. Grethe Anderson, M{^-rath. Mr. Earl Wamock of Kam-loops, B.C. was best man. Ushers included the Messrs. Arthur Wamock, Wrenlham, Jeny Beaton, New Dayton, AI Veres, Banff, and Frank Vas, Edmonton. The reception was held in the United Church, Magrath. Mrs. Jerry McKinney was in charge of guest book. Mrs. Dean Bullock and Miss Judy Bullock were in charge of gifts. After a honeymoon at Banff and other Alberta points, the couple took up residence at Wrentham where the groom farms. Pratt-Dudley MAGRATH (HNS) - President Thomas Karren presided at double ring wedding vows betweon Lois Delene Dudley, daughter of Mir. and Mrs. Grant Dudley of Magrath and Wildred John Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Pratt, of Red Deer. For the ceremony at the Church of the Latter Day Saints in Magrath Miss Jane Kadonaga was organist and soloist was Miss Katho-ine Harker. Bridal attend ants were the matron of honor, Mrs. Herman Lubbers, Magrath, sister of the bride; bridesmaid. Miss Marianne Selk, Lethbridge; and ju-mor bridesmaids, the Misses Marva Dudley and Enid Dudley, MagraUi, sistersofthe bride. Best man was Mr. Don Peterson of Edmonton. Ushers included the Messrs. Murray Pratt, Edmonton, cousin of the groom; Dale Pratt, Red Deer, brother of the groom, �nd Clyde Dudley, Magrath. The reception was !>eld at the Magrath Assembly Hall with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dudley Magrath, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sabey Lethbridge as hosts. After a honeymoon in Edmonton, the couple have taken up residence there, while the groom is attending universiity. Forthcoming Marriages Mr. and Mrs. PWllip Babino of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Judith Helen, to Mr. Victor John Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weiss, of Medicine Hat. The wedding is to take place June 18 in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Les Hamling of Foremost announce the forth-coming marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Janet, to Mr. Edward Ehnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pius Ehnes. The marriage is to place Saturday, April 3, in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman (Catholic Church, Foremost. *** Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Willms of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of then- daughter, (Caroline Rita to IVIr. Harvey Duncan Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes of Wamwright- The marriage will take place on April 16 at 5:30 p.m. in the McKiUop United (Church. *** * �  Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilson, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Dkie Lea to Mr. Herman Lietz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lietz, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place Saturday April 24 at 4 p.m. in First United Church. �   ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Dykslag wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Wiihelmina Agnes, to Mr. Dennis MasonCoutts, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cbutts, all of Lethbridge- The wedding will take place March 20 at 4 p.m. in Christian Reformed Chiffch. *** 2), creen s for BRIDAL WEAR and ACCESSORIES CENTRE VILUGE - 13�h S�. N. Phone 328-2843 Your Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When o bride visits our Gift Registry, it's the beQlnnlng of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve for years to come. Family ond friends may consult these records OS they shop for wedding 3ifts . . . and later at anniversary and holiday times. Our Bride List . . . HEATHER McDONALD GLORIA BCUMBERGER DOREEN SCHUE LESLIE ALLISON JUDITH ATKINS MAVIS MALMBERG DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S Phone 327-5767 ;