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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sfilurrfnv, Mny 70 177? THE LE1KBRIDGE HEPA'f) 17 SPRING WEDDING Mrs. Elvo N. Smith of Champion is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughter. Elva Lorraine, to Mr. David Wesley Balderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Boldsrson of Magrath. The wedding will take place on May 31, at the Alberta Temple, Cardston. wives rules NEW YORK (API If you're about to become, marry, sup- port, depend on, compete with aspect of remarriage that would-be second wives find trou- bling. succeed as a second wife, there are some tilings you ought j man children "Meet, them to know. Such as: he says you wives have a 60- j make no overtures." Miss Baer por-cent chance of being last wives. The man will often ask Are you being courted said. "It's his business. And it j could be conflicting to the chil- less and give more. The woman knows what she's getting. weddings cause as many fights as first weddings, Don't invite the first spouse. Do invite the makes it final that their parent has re- maned. I Most second Be especially alert I work." during the courtship period. Has j TAKES TIME he grown since his divorce? Or will he be hung up about it all his life? dren if they live wit h their mother." During courtship, she said, i you should also "he aware of the economic facts of life." "Unless he's Onassis or Getty, no man can afford two families, wives have to When you remarry, move. Fire the old housekeeper. Let yo house. That's some of the advice of- If there are children, and if j they live with their mother, that' makes you a weekend step- mother. "Don't expect to love the children she suggested. "You can be their date-getter, MAY CEREMONY Mr. and Mrs. Robcrl L. Brandley are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Becky, to Mr. Bob Court, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Court, all of Raymond. The wedding will take pioce on May 27 a1 a.m. in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. iving Ann Landers --de Jourdan, pholo MR. AND MRS. DOUGLAS FRANCIS GORUK Goruk-Lutterotti E. Cross, Photo JUNE VOWS PLANNED Mr. ond Mrs. J. C. Middle- the forth- L...V ,.wi. v- silij'jjjJcl cuujv ui menu, uiu juu fcrcd by Jean Baer. a writer are not their mother. And voi and the .second v.ifc of n New jnierfere wjth vour hus-York psychologist, in her new band's way of raising them." book, The Second Wife, based wllile she is opposed to ton or enampion are piea coming marriage of their Bryan James Hearn, son of of Etzikom. The wedding 1U Ullf IUUI ICB "IK luiui- da ug filer, Annalee, to Mr. 1 Mr, and Mrs. James Hearn II take place on June 17 at on interviews with more than Mjss Baer sajri that p.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church, 200 second-mameds. ontl xvives ..bent] WEN CAN LEARN backwards to encourage "It's a middle-class hook for husbands to give as much as middle-class Miss Baer they can for child support." j TJV-. i IT cf Cf said recently. "1 have not really "Even if you're going to Eu i Ul LiiUvyilillif-, llltll 1 touched on ghetto-dwellers or rope and you've been jet-setters. And while it is writ- it all year, and then his child j Mr. and Mrs. Vic Bourret and Mrs. Colby of Vaux- en for women, it invites over- needs financial help for some- pleased to announce the are pleased to announce the-shoulder readership. Jlen j thing, let him have it. You can- coming marriage of their engagement and forthcom- could learn a great deal, too." not put your husband in that ond daughter. Peggy Ann. marriage of their only Specifically, she treats every kind of conflict situation." Mr. Rcyjney Bellinger, son Linda, to Mr. Calvin Mr. and Mrs. John only son of Mr. and Mrs. all of of Taber. u-cdding will take place i The wedding will lake Wedding on July 1 at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church, July 7 at a p.m. m the Church of the Nazarene, Letli-bridgc. Marriage and Engagement Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Gibb of French happy to are pleased to an- the forthcoming marriage the forthcoming wed- thuir second daughter, of their daughter Lynne to Leo, to Mr. Douglas Robert George Edwards, The btitbtulge of Mr. and Mrs. David Bir-i rell, all of of Mr. and Mrs. George William Edwards of Wrentham. The wedding will take marriage will take place 10 at p.m. in May 27 in the Alberta Tem- All weuding reports, marriage and United Church. [pie, Cardston. announcements will now be published on i cial pnne in The Herald's Saturday edition each week Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every J Hi! ten dar of- loca I n appcmnab music and art Xu Chapter. Beta Sigma Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will incut of the Mathesis Club will hold a regular meet- bo accepted in the following meet at the home of Mrs. at p.m. Tuesday in the home of Carol Feketc. The pro- B. Bailey, 20 Ave. S., The Caribbean and Cen- Tuesday at A nitric1 a will he presented Standard XVedding Eddie Logan and iJiannc Using Ihc information you provide en The standard wedding report form, (available at The Chapter, Beta Sigma 1 Phi, hold a meeting at 8 1 p.m. Tuesday in the home Chapter, Bel a Sigma Phi will hold a wind-up at the REPORT ONLY Mrs. Connie Pike. Co-hostesses 1 for Hie evening are Mrs. of Mr.s. Joyce Fellner at p.m. Tuesday. Hast esses REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Barnes and Robbie be. the outgoing executive. A program on modelling will he presented bv Mrs. TxMhbridgp Quota Huh Extended Wedding Mrs. Sandy Mitchell and Mrs. pjiniice hold a dinner meeting at r.i.'ffi p.m. Tuesday a! Sven Kr- Family Re.saurant. A.s will he an installation of If you wish information published which would nffi'TM'i; :i imrvl nilrinflimffl additional to that provided an The Herald's The regular dinner mooting !s ard report form, ihis w II be accepted, and the Quoin Club of ontire report will then bo charged at 20c per will he held tin Tuesday al of i.he Original Pen- line. Charge for a two column picture with at. Sven Krieksen's and Senior Citizens wiitc-up would he Restaurant. A good are asked to ple.ase ancc is requested as that the general meeting m.AniiNi; TOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION win will be be held on Wednesday at 7 p.m. will close nt. p.m. 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT order to allow members lo Huh advantage of the bus ser- a meeting on Also tmle that there i.s no FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION p.m. with supper, and service available until program to follow. New on Monday, and members Phone 378-4411 Family have lo make arrange-monts to gel to (lie civic centre fl a.m. Provision har- been The Lethbtidge hmgo tonight at R p.m. in the F.agles Hall. Jackpot is in numbers. for members to be taken borne foilouing the trip. Entertainment for Wednesday has been arranged bingo will be and lunch served. DEAR ANN LANDERS; I was shocked (o read in the Tor- onto Star that you disgraced yourself in front cf people. It seems you were the 2 to 1 favorite and finished third. By this time you have decided I am nuts, but let me explain. Ann Landers is the name of a three-year-old filly who mode her debut recently at Greenwood Raceway. Everyone was excited about her but she was nosed out of second place by Sailing Chance. Victoria Lomac came in first. The jockey, George Zirnis. claims Ann had a bad position. He says she's sure to be a great racehorse when she gets a few breaks. George purchased Ann after she recovered from a cough and virus. His mother-in-law, Mr.s. Claire Robertson, named the filly Ann Landers because she loves your column. 1 hope you're not insulted. You have a great many fans in Canada, and we wouldn't want lo be disrespectful. Sincerely yours Winner's Circle DEAR WINKER: Insulted? Not on your maple-leaf. Hoary. I'm honored. Incidentally, you'll be glad to know I've stopped coughing and they say I have a bright future. DEAR ANN LANDERS: May I pass on some information that might save a life? I was having dinner at a restaurant and I swallowed a large slice of ham. I was unable to breathe and couldn't say a word. I began to panic, scared out of my wits. My dinner companion shouted, "Stand up real tall! Reach for the ceiling- Try to take deep breath, then bend over and touch the floor." Sure enough, the chunk of ham fell out and so did my dentures. Embarrassed Not a bit. I was glad to be alive. Mrs. T.A.G. of L.A. DEAR MRS- T.A.G Hundreds of people die every year because they don't know what (o do when a large piece of meat becomes lodged in the throat. My Harvard Medical School con- sultants say the best thing to do is turn the victim upside down and pound on his back. If the meat doesn't become dislodged promptly and the person begins to turn blue, a Iracheuioiny should be performed at once. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Our family has been Invited to a large forma! wedding. The bride and groom have cpenly living together for over a year. I have expressed my objections lo this way of life many limes and now I feel I would be condoning it if I attended the wedding. What should 1 say in my note declining the invitation? Should I send a wedding gift? The parents of both the bride and groom are fine people and long-time friends. California Conflict DEAR CON: I do not sanction pre-marital shacking UD and have said so in print and from the speaker's platform. But I have attended the wedding of couples who lived together be- cause their parents were friends of mine. The lifestyle of the bride and groom i.s none of my business. I hope you will re- consider and not bite off your nose to spite you face. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I had to laugh when I read liie beef from the Wife to the Other Women who wrote, "I spend household money on the obstetrician while you vacation in Aea- pulco reason I laughed is because I am the Other Woman who just returned from Acapulco where 1 also spent money on an obstetrician. The abortion cost mo plus plane fare from Dos Moines. I wish 1 had never mot the rat. Too Late Smart Flrnsp Fend inquiries and rrtpjpste to Landers Rosdrr- mail Department, Oiicagn Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave.. Chicago, 111. 60011. Patrick's Roman Catholic Vsbcrs were Mr George Church was ihc scene of the crolti. brother of the bride, wedding of Nivcs Ivana Lul- Raymond, and Mr. Gary terotU, daughter of Mr. a n d brother-in-law of the Mrs. Guerrino Lutterotti, of of Raymond, and Douglas Francis reception was held nt Goruk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Erjcksen's Familv Jack Goruk of Taber. wjtij Mr. Don llisgins as Reverend Father Gillis offi- i icr c[ ciated at the double ring ccrr- a j-.onevmoon mony, with Mrs. F. Papp as or- Ranff< up 6anist- dencc nt fil7 9 tli Ave. A. S. The bride wore a traditional1 floor length gov.n of nylon _ fjanza over pcau tuitin. The; squared neckline and 1 o n g TO pouf sleeves were trimmed with imported Italian lace, and interwoven deep mauve ribbon, as was the long train, front of the gown, and waist- July 1 ond Autjusl 12 SEE Skcgwoy. Her waisl length four- r b 0 n k i, ____ tiered pouf veil was trimmed one, with appliques of laee and seed Rupon. _ pearls, and held in place with ond, j a teardrop Maid of honor was t h c INC1UDES Per- bride's sister, Miss Albert a roil flflf? Lutterotti. with bridesmaids e o o c h T2J Mis.s Linda Comstock, nightly Rosemary and i. Marguerite Klinkliammer, all of Jjjp m u c i H They wore floor length mauve empire-waist gowns. ESCORTED; 15 fun filled doyi Best man was the groom's brother. Mr. William Goruk. Lcthbridgc. Groomsmen i Mr. Neil Goruk. of T a h e r. brother of the groom; Mr. i Pot ink of Lethbridge and Mr. 1 Fred Werewka of deluxe highway cruiser DEPARTURES 22, Sept. 9, Ocf. 7 See Disneyland, Los An- S Hollywood, Sail C n m n p n i r n Sen Diego, 4 Mexico, Las Vegas, Lake City end more. Mr. and Mrs. K. INCLUDES: Transportation, Lewis of Canmorc. wish to tly accommodation, 1 nounce the engagement of their in oil major daughter, Andrena Elizabeth i K.. to Mr. Ronald Loviis parly ond son of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Woolf ESCORTED. 15 (on filled .of Blairmorc. Miss Lewis is the granddaughter of Mr. and A, low as A. Craig of Hill FREE Brochuru Wedding plans are to be Your nounced at, a later Agent or Phone 454-2987 0 Krcsge Bldg. n fl Alto. Tail Chapter. Kcta S i m n Phi. recently held a Mothers' Day coffee party in honor of Iheir mothers in tlie home of Mrs. Ethel Iliggin. social spon- sor. caMon College Shopping Mall ORGANS-ORGANS-ORGANS! WURLITZER AND YAMAHA Introductory Special on WURLITZER 3 years ot Tree lessons wil'i 'he purchase of nny Wurlitior Orqnn in Stock! 1-No. 4080R Wurlitjcr romplrto rylnr m jj. 197? modr-l jl -No. 4370R Wuriil7rr cnmplc-to tythrm 197? model Irclulp; nioop keybomd. All types of musical CLEAR OUT SPECIALS 1 ONLY MODEL B6B YAMAHA Your Price Snvu S270 1 ONLY USED MUNSHALL ORGAN Ideal for iludonl. Available only nl SOLD 99.95 Cor. 3rd Avt. ond I3tli Si. Soulli PHONE 327.1056 ;