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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (cilurrfnv, Mtiy 7n 1177 1HF inKCP.IDCE HEFA'D _ 17 SPRING WEDDING Mrs. Elvo N. Smilh of Champion is pleased to announce Ihe forlhcoming marriage of her daughter. Elva Lorraine, lo Mr. David Wesley Balderson son o( Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Bolder-son of Magrath The wedding will lake place on May 31, at Ihe Alberta Temple, Cardslon. wives by rules NEW YORK (API If you're aspect of remarriage that about to become, marry, sup- port, depend on, compete with or succeed as a second wife. would-be second wives lind trou- bling. Are you being courted by a there arc some things you ought man children "Meet, them to know. Such as: nc says you wives have a 60- (make no overtures." Miss Baer pcr-cent chance of being last wives. The man will often ask less and pivc more. Tlie woman knows what she's gelling. weddings cause as many fights as first, weddings. Don't invite the first spouse. Do invite the makes it final that their parent ha? re- married. Be especially alert I work." during the courtship period. lias he grown since his divorce? Or will he be hunq up about it all his life? When you. said. "It's his business. And it I could be conflicting lo the chil riren if they live with their mother." During courtship, she said, you should also "be aware of the economic facts of life." "Unless he's Onassis or GctU no man can afford two families. Most second wives have lo remarry, move. Fire the old housekeeper. Let your new wife run the house. Thai's tome of the advice of- fered by Jean Baer, a writer anrl the second wife of n New York psychologist, in her new book, Tlie Second Wife, based on interviews more than 200 second-marricds. MEN CAN LEARN "It's a middle-elnss book for middle-class Miss Baer said recently. "I have not really touched on ghetto-dwellers or jet-sellers. And while; il is wril- LOYK TAK If there are children, and if they live with their mother, that makes you a weekend step-' mother. "Don't expect lo love the children she suggested. ''You can be their date-getter, shopper, cook or friend, bul you are not their mother. And you i can't interfere wilh your bus- j band's way of raising lhcm.'f While she is opposed to ali- mony, Miss Baer said that sec- ond wives should "bend over backwards to encourage their husbands to give as much as they can for child support." "Even if you're going to Eu I rope and you've been planning i it all year, and llien his child MAY CEREMONY Mr. and Mrs. Robcri t. Brandley are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughler, Becky, lo Mr. Bob Court, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Court, all of Raymond. The wedding will take place on May 27 a1 a.m. in Ihe A Iberia Temple, Cordslon. Ann Landers -A. E. Cross, Photo JUNE VOWS PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Middle- ton of Champion are pleased to announce Ihe forth- coming marriage of Iheir daughter, Anna I ee, lo Mr. Bryan James Hearn, son of Mr, and Mrs. James Hearn of Elzikom. The wedding will take place on June 17 at p.m. in Si. Mary's Catholic Church, Champion. Forthcoming marriages Mr. anrl Mrs. Vic Bourrel are ten for women, it invites over- needs financial help for some- pleased to announce Ihe forth- the-shoulder readership. Men Ihinp, let him have it. You can- coming marriage of their scc- could learn a great deal, loo." jnot put your husband in that loud daughter. Peggy Ann, lo Spccitically, she I reals every I kind of conflict situation.' Ur. Rodney Bollinger. sou o[ i Mr- "lid Mrs. Bollingor. Wedding Reports Marrioge and Engagement Announcements The litldmdge Herald All weeding rcporls, marriage and engapemen) announcements will now be published on i spe- cial pone in The Herald's Saturday edition, each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of (he xveek will be given every cansidcralion- Wedding Repodb, or wilhoul piclure, will now be occupied in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the informalicn you provide on The Herald's sinndard wedding report Form, (available al The REPORT ONIY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Report-- If you wish informalion published which would he additional lo thai provided an The Herald's sland- nrd report lonn, ihis will be acceplod, and the entire roport will ihcn ho charged at 20c per couni linr. Charcjo lor a I wo column picture wilh Ihii wiiifi-up would hp J10.00. INI- TOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BF A P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK TOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PlEASf. Phone 320-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald Mr. and Mrs. Colby of Vaux- hall are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcom- inp marriage of their only daughter. Linda, lo Mr. Calvin Bieni, only son of Mr. and Mrs. all of Foremost. j Bieni nf Taber. The u-cdding will take place i The wedding will lake place on July 1 at 3 p.m. in the First I on July 7 at n p.m. in the Baptist Church, LttLhbridge. Church of the Nazarcne, Lcth- bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth French -Te happy to announce Ihe forthcoming marriage of their second daughler, Bonnie, lo Mr. Douglas Birrcll. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bir- rell, all of Lelhbridgc. The wedding will take place June 10 at p.m. in South- minster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibb of I Magrath are pleased lo an- j nounce, the forthcoming wed- i ding (if their daughter Lynne to Mr. Robert George Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards of Wrentham. The marriage will take place on May 27 in the Alberta Tern- iple, Cardslon. CI J f f 11 of- Locai n The music nnrl art depart- j menl of the MaLhesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. iJ. Uailcy, 20 Avc. S., on ;il 2.HO p.m. Tau ChaplLT, Bcia Sigma Phi, will lioki a meeting at n p.m. 'IVc'sduy in Ihe home of Mrs. Connie Pike. Co-hostesses for (lie evening are Mrs. Sue name? and Mrs. Robbie Tlos- rhan. A proprmn nn inoflclliiifi will he hy Mrs. Pike, Sanely Mildicll ntitl Mrf. Knnice Ken. The dinner nicctniR of the Quoin Cln'n of Lcllibridrje will he held nn Tuesday a I al Sven Krickson's Fam- ily Rcslaiiranl. A Rood attend- ance is requested ns officers will bn elected. The ToaslmisliTsfi will hold a mecling on Wodnosday al p.m. wilh and n program in follow. New meni- hei-s welcome. rOlO lunno lomplit nl R p.m. in Iho Mall. -lackpol is in 5ii numbers. Everyone welcome." DEAK ANN LANDERS: Our family has been Invited lo a large formal wedding. The bride and groom have Ijoon cponly living together for over a year. 1 have expressed my objection.1; In this way of life many limes and now I feel I would IMI condoning it if I attended Hie wedding. What, should 533' in my note declining the invitation? Should I send a wedding gift? Tlie parents of both the bride and groom are fine people and long California Conflict DEAR CON: I do nol sanction prc-marital shacking and )nnnvsiinn 'iavc so in anc1 frnm tllc BUL i tCtjJjJLIUtiCjJ hnvo aiteiKied the of couples who lived together be- cause their parents were iricmls of mine. The lifestyle of the bride and [iruorn is none of my business. I hope you will re- consider and nol bite off your nose lo spile you face. Xi t'linpler. Rein Sigma Phi, will bold a regular meet-; inR p.m. Tuesday in tlie' hoinu of Cai ol I'Vkete. Tlie pro-, TliL1 Caribbean and Cen- tral America, uill he presented bv Kddiu Logan ami Diannc llolfeld Kappa Chapter, Hcia Sifima' Phi will hold a wind up at the Inime. of Mrs. Joyce Kellner al p in Tuesday. Jlaslcssc.s will be. Hie oul.uoing executive. The (Jimla ''luh will hold a dinner meeting A p m. Tuesday a! Sven 10r- ioksen's Family ilesmirnnl. A.s there will he an nf new officers, a good altendancc is requested. Members of the Original Pen- siosioners and Senior Citizens Soriely, are n.sked to please mite Ihnl Ihf general mcHinp lo he held on AVixlnrsday at 7 p.m. wifl close ,'il p.m. in older lo allow memher.s lo take advantage of Ihe bus ser vice. Also uole that there is no bus service available unlil p.m. on Monday, and niemhers have lo make arrange- nu'nts to get lo Hie civic centre hy a.m. 1'rovision bar. been made foi memher.s lo be Inken home follouing Irip. lainmenl for has arranged, bingo ivill ho played nnrl lunch Kcrved. Moiclie Gifu Coke I Rrnlv Cord- llinnk You Cnrdi V S7 Special College Shopping Mall DEAK ANN LANDERS. I was shocked to read in the Tor- onto Star that you disgraced yourself in front cf people. It. seems you were Ihe 2 to 1 favorite and finished third. By Ihis lime you have decided I am nuts, but let me explain. Ann Landers is Ihe name of a three-year-old filly mode her debut recently at Greenwood Raceway. Everyone was excited about her bul she was nosed out of second place by Sailing Chance. Victoria Lomac eame in first. The jockey, George Zirnis. claims Ann had a bad positjon. He says she's sure to be a great racehorse when she gets a lew- breaks. George purchased Ann after she recovered from a cough and virus. His molhcr-in-law, Mrs Claire Robertson, named the filly Ann Landers because she loves your column. 1 hope you're not i insulted. You have a great many fans in Canada, and we i wouldn't want lo disrespectful. Sincerely yours Winner's j Circle DEAR R'INN'ER: Insulted? Not on your maple-leaf. Honey. I'm honored. Incidentally, you'll be glad lo 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 lo breathe and couldn't say a word. I began lo panic, scared out of my wils. My dinner companion shouled, "Stand up real tall! Reach for the ceiling- Try to take j 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. 1 was glad to be alive. Mrs. T.A.G. of L.A. DEAR MRS T.A.G Hundreds of people die eveiy year because they don't know what lo do when a large piece of meat becomes lodged in the throat. My Harvard Medical School con- sultants say the best thing lo do is lurn the victim upside down and pound on his back. If the meat docsn'l become dislodged promptly and Ihe person begins to lurn blue, a IrachcuHjmy should be performed at once. DEAR ANN LANDERS. I had to laugh when 1 read (he beef from the Vvifc lo the Other Women who wrote, "I spend household money on the obstetrician while you vacation in Aea- pulco The reason I laughed is because I am Ihe Other Woman who just returned from Acapnlco where 1 also spent money on r.n obstetrician. The abortion cost mp nluj- plane fare from Pes Moiries. I wi.sli I had never met (iie nit. Too La 111 Smart Plensp ?end inquiries rind rrtpinMs [n Lander? Resdrr- mail Dojiartmcnl, Sur Times-Daily News, 401 N7orlh Wabnsh Ave.. Chicago, 111. 60011. -de Jourdon, photo MR. AND MRS. DOUGLAS FRANCIS GORUK Goruk-Lulterotti Roman Catholic Churcii was Ihe scene of the wedding of Nivcs Ivana Lul- IcrotLi, daughler of Mr and Mrs. Guerrino LulleroLli, of Raymond, and Douglas Krnncip Goruk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack fionik of Tabor. Reverend Father Gillis offi- ciated al Hie double rinp cere- mony, with Mrs. F. Papp as or- ganist. The bride v.orc a traditional floor length gov.n of nylon or-1 over peau srlhi. The squared neckline and 1 o n pout sleeves vert; trimmed with imported Italian lace, and interwoven wilh deyp mamc? ribbon, as was the long (rain, front of the gown, and waist- line. Her waist length four- liercd pouf veil wa? trimmed with appliques of lace and seed pearls, and held in place with a teardrop tiara. Maid of honor was t h c; bride's sister, Miss Alberta 1 LuLterolli. willi bridesmaids Miss Linda Comslock, Mrs. Rosemary Xt.eb Mr.s. Marguerite Klinkhammcr, all of. Lcthbridgc. Tliey floor length mauve empire-waist powns. Best man was Ihe groom's brother. Mr. William Goruk. of Lcthbridgc. Groomsmen were Mr. Neil Goruk. of T a b c r, brother of the groom; Mr. Dave Poliuk of Lellibridne and Mr. Prod Werewka of Taber. were Mr Gcnrpc Lu1- tcrolli. brother nf the bride. Raymcnd. and Mr. Gary A.-ii brother-in-law of Ihe groom, of Edmonton. A reception held nt Family with -Mr. Don M logins as mss- Ler cf ceremonies. Following a honeymoon In IJanff. the couple took up resi- dence m ft th Avc1. A. S. Lclhliriiljie. a a (HAS) Mr. and K. V. Lewis of Canmorc. wish to an- nounce the engagement (if llicir daughter, Andrena Elizabeth K.. to Mr. Ronald Loviis Woolf. son of Mr. and Mr? D. F. Wonlf of Clairmorc. Miss Lewis H the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Crnig of Hill Crest. Wedding plans are lo lie an- nounced at a later dale. ana out Tan Chapter, Beta Si urn a f'hi. recently held n Day coffee party in honor of their mothers in I lie home of Mrs. Elhcl IlifiiJiii. social spon- sor. NORTH TO ALASKA DEPARTURES July 1 and August 12 SEE Skcgwcy, Dawson Ci'y, Fol r b a n I- s, f_____ Whireli o r e, Prince Rupt-rt, _.. i Jasper and. j i INCLUDES Per- rylincr rail fare nighlly accDmoCCliOMJ s i g h 11 e t-1 n g and m u c li ESCORTED. 15 As low a, ____ CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND By deluxe highway cruiicr DEPARTURES July 22, Sept. 9, Oct. 7 O See Disneyland, tos An- celcs, Hollywood. Son Francisco, Sen Diego, T1'- Mexico, tas Vegas, Sell take Ci'y end more. 0 INCLUDES: Transportation, nigh lly accommoc'alion, sigiilsccirg in oil Veqcs bonui fun filled [SCOUTED. 15 As low ns For FREE BrochurQ Call Your Travel Agent or Phone 424-7626, 454-2987 207 Kresge Bldg. Alfa. ORGANS-ORGANS-ORGANS! WURLITZER AND YAMAHA Introductory Special on WURLITZER 3 years ot free lessons wit'i ihe purchase of nny Wurliticr Organ in Stock! 1-No. -1080R Wutlitjrr rnmnlrlf ly'hrm 197? mrrH 1-No. 4370R Wurlitzrr 197? moricl Irrlulc: mocq Icpybonrri. AH of niusicnl instrument in trncle CLEAR OUT SPECIALS 1 ONLY MODEL B60 YAMAHA 1971 morfrl SlIllJ You, Crlcc Snv, 5270 1 ONLY USED MUNSHALL ORGAN IHccil fof iludonl. Availohlp only nl SOLD 99.95 Cor. 3rd Avc. and Si. South PHONE 327.1056 ;