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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: "Dynamite Lil" sounds as if she has n-.ct my husband. 1 would welcome a visit from ber. I would be happy lo tell per what lo expert from this "Cultured, exciting man." I wish someone had told me. He docs not cat wilh his family because I have refused to bring meals on a tray in front of the TV, to his bed, or to the garage if he luippens to be working on the car. I may be a bore bul I'm not a slob. Although I haven't bought a stitch ol clothes in six years I sew well and I always look presentable. lie's right, however, when he says T have turned my back on his family. I should have done so earlier before his brother borrowed my car and smashed it up, before his sister "borrowed11 our home to give a party. (Our silverware was stolen, the rugs were ruined and cigarette holes were burned on our grand piano.) So, Lil, please keep trying to phi him down. I'd gladly give him a divorce so he could many you. Call if I can help. I'm sick of the bum. Stuck DEAR ALSO: If Lil calls, let me know. After all, re- member I brought you together! n ir t DEAR ANN LANDERS: Customs DO change, and I hope you will print this letter and help change an age-old custom bringing wedding gifts personally to the church or to the reception. Tills is what usually happens: The well-meaning guest must hand the wedding gift to a relative because the bride is busy in the receiving line. Alter the reception or dinner the bride and groom leave for the honeymoon and the gift is placed in the custody of the bride's mother. (There was no time to open it.) The bride's mother must then take the gift home and give it to the couple when they return. When the bride and groom coir.o back from tile honeymoon there are a hundred things to do. The bride's mother has to bring the gifts from her place to the bride's. So please. Ann. tell your readers to send gifts to the bride before the wedding. It's much easier. Sacramento Reader DEAR SAC: Your letter makes a lot of sense. I hope it makes a dent. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Since bicycling has become so popular I thought I should write a letter and tell you a couple of things the average cyclist does not know and it could kill him. This may sound ridiculously elemenla-y, but its' shocking how many cyclists don't realize they should ride WITH the traffic, and not against it in the opposite direction. The mo- torist who sees an object coming toward him will automatic- ally swerve and he might hit an oncoming car. Another problem is the driver who honks his horn at a cyclist who is ahead of him. K can be frightening. It can also cause the cyclist to turn around to see who or what is behind him, and he might hit a patch of sand, or a hole. If I prevented just one accident by writing this letter, it was worth the time and effort. Thank you. -Connecticut Wheels DEAR WHEELS: Thanks for taking the time. It WAS worth it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I want to congratulate the per- son who left that "drop dead" note under the windshield wiper of the woman who did a lousy job of parking and spoiled it for two other drivers. I've been tempted to write such a note myself. I drive a small car and can get into almost any space, If the people who park ahead and behind are not slobs. Some- times I get pinned in by rotten drivers, and this makes me furious. It not only happens on the street but in parking lots More than once I've had to climb through the sun roof be- cause the hog next to me didn't leave enough space to open the door. How come you didn't side with the note writer in- stead of taking a safe, non-commital position? No California Driver DEAR C. D.: Me no guts? You must be a new reader. Welcome aboard. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements The Lethbridge Herald All weading reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday editiois 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 REPORT ONIY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional lo thot provided on The Herald's stand- ard 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 DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE A P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lctlikid0e Herald Saturday, November 13, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 17 by Terry Bland MR. AND MRS. KARL KLOEPPER by Fruet Studio MR. AND MRS. GEORGE IOU1S BENJAMIN Benjamin-Burke Rev. R. O'LaugUin perform- from Calgary, niece of the ed the recent double-ring cere- bride, was flower girl. mony uniting Patsy Lee, daugh- .er of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Burke of Lethbridge, and George Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Benjamin of D'Arcy, Sask. Assumption Roman Catholic Church in Lethbridge was the scene of the wedding, with Mrs. Berghman as organist and Miss Linda Johnson, soloist. The bride's sister, Mrs. Jane Brown of Calgary was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jo-Anne Burke, also a sis- ter of the and Mrs. Teddy Warmink, cousin of the bride. Miss Tammy Brown St Patrick's Roman Catholic Mr. Kevin Gcjdos of Skiff was Best man was Mr. Dale Scri- ven of Calgarv, and brothers of i iSurKe ol ijeinontiye. George Louis, .son of Mr. and j the groom, the Messrs. Larry Barry Benjamin from D'Arcy, .Sask., were atten- dants. Ushers were Mr. Mau- rice Paquette of Rosetown, MR. AND MRS. STEWART GAIBRAITH Galbraitli-Allred A lovoK- autumn wedding was ctte Allred and Mrs. Ann solemni'cd in the Cardston AI- j Slringham of Redmond, Wash. Sask., and Mr. Frank Jozsa, j j H recently, when: all three skiers of the bride; Calgary. Ring bearer was Mr.1 m.n dqtr-v- of Rolling Hills. Rev. M. H. Gillis performed tlie ceromonv. nephew of the groom. The :wiuum e became the bride of j Misses Judy and Susan Gal- 5 _r IVin rrrrwtm JjOlliOritllii- UUUalfit; Uiu ui iui_ vi reception and dance Slewort Galbraitli, only son of! braith. sisters of the groom. a il int; mm i aRiraiui omv sou 01 t..j-.... were held in the Moose Hall in j Mr Douglas' H. Gal- j Best man was Mr. Gary Flin- j or, with th Lethbridge. The couple has now taken up residence at No. 3, 250 16 St. E., Brandon, Manitoba. braith of Calgary. ton, of Calgary- and ushers were in, of Calgary and Mr. Robert Allred of Provo, ison of Fort S1. John, Linda ;jdos of Lc'.hbridgo and Deb- r- Oidos ol Foremost as bridesmaids. Hover girl was Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ro.Ue of I J Iff! lendar of- local ha President Owen L. Archibald officiated at lie o 6 and Mr Hoocrt Aiireci 01 t-rovo, hndcsmaifls. i-iovcr TEng the ceremony, a Utah brother ef the bride, and Irene Kioeppcr from HoU- Tunn announce homage- dinner was served to Mr. Kathleen Mary, to Ardell CUf- a The regular meeting of the Multiple Sclerosis Society will be held at p.m. Wednesday in the Auxiliary Hospital. This is the Christmas party, and the Golden Mile Chorus will be in charge of the program. A good attendance is requested. The Whirl-A-Ways will hold an evening of square and round dancing at p.m. Monday in St. Augustine's Par- close friends and relatives of the couple in the LDS Institute of Relicion in Lethbridge. Later in the day a wedding reception Jr., Mrs. Donald Doram, Mrs. G. M. Campbell. Mrs. J. S. Stewart, Mrs. D. M. Campbell, Mrs. G. C. Paterson, Mrs. L. E. Fairbairn, M r s. W. M. Wool- house. The Hi-Xcighbor Dance Club has cancelled all dance classej until further notice. Th Loyal Order of Moose will hold' a social and dance at in-law of the bride from Red- mond, Wash. The couple spent their honey- moon in Salt Lake City and of Lolhhridgc, with groomsmen in tile C13V a I muun for the' 'newly-wedded couple Provo. Utah. Edmonton will be Harou in Dunn of Lcthbridge and Mr. was alf-o held there. their home while groom is Albe: Hills, biLthu (i to Rollinr. g ojm ford Billyard.' son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Billyard of Clares- holm. The wedding is to taks nlace December 4 in Assump- tion Church. of honor and the bridesmaids employed were Misses Jancnne and Jan-' clinic Edmonton IMUHUay 111 OL. s i 01- will IIUIU tl sul-iill cm, ish Hall, with round dance 13 p.m. Saturday in the Moo e practice at p.m. All square j Hall, with music by The dancers welcome. Women arc Bridge-Town Trio. For mem- asked to please bring a bos bers and invited guests, lunch. i The. V.'A of the Lethbvioge Welcoming the guests to the Municipal Hospital and Gi't annual bazaar and tea to be School of Nursing will meet at held at First United Church j 2 p.m. Wednesday in the nurses' from p.m. on Wednesday j lounge. Members are asked to will be the Mcsdames K. D. j attend and to bring their yfts Graham. II. W. Kunsman. E. for the party for the class of Morrison. H. Peck, P. Story and new nurses, which will be held S. Wasylishen. Monday, Nov. 29. Sharing pom'ing honors will be the Mesdames W. Bilesky, The regular meeting of the C. G. Bogdan. A. Cummings. Women's Auxiliary to the Lcth- J. G. Doyle, R. F. Eskdalc, bridge Auxiliary Hospital ill N. J. Hunt. ,1. Kundrik. S. K. be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Sproid. H. S. Takada and L. A. the lounge. Plans will be com- pleted for the patients' ChiM mas entertainment, and mem- bers and friends are cordially invited to attend. All Past Honored Royal La- The McNally Women of Urd- farm have invited Miss Moll y Ccupland to speak on her trip to Oslo. N o r w a y and the ACWW conference at p.m. Monday. The local girls who at- tended the Gold Eye Camp will also report on their expe- riences. Friends and neighbors Mr-Tend Mrs. Bon Koreshsnkov cf lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of their only daughter Tania to Mr. Steve Huk of lo.cnio, Ontario, son of Mr. ond Mrs. William Huk cf Sydney, Nova Scotia. The wedding will take place in January, In lelhbridge. ENGAGED Mr. and lAn. Howard F. Christensen of All Past Honored Royal La- announce the engagement of their S daughter? Sharon Joan, to Mr. Ken Demaris, son of Mr reminded'oTthciV supper meet-i and Mrs.'A. J. Marchand of Calgary. A spring wedding ing at fi p.m. Monday in the ;s planned. Elks Club. arc ursed to Lunch will be served. i The regular meeting of the Major Kurnet! Pas! Noble Tin- regular meeting of the Grands' Gub will lx> held at LoUibridpe Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children p.m. Tuesday in the IOOF Hall. Nomination and election will be held at p.m. on j of officers will take place. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Giffon. All Shriners' The ladies of the Pemniie.-ui wives welcome. Anyone wish-! Club will hold a whisl drive .it I ing a ride, please phone 327-' i) p.m. Tuesday in the club- '122. rooms, n St. and 5 Ave. S. Prizes will be given and lunch Milk River Beaux 'n Belles will be served. Everyone square dnnce learners' group come. i will dance at K p.m. Tuesday I in the File Rivers School. Members ot St. Michael's Women are asked to please Hospital Auxiliary are rcmmd- bring a box lunch. ed of I he monthly nicctim: at FOR ALL THE LATEST STYLES THE WAY YOU WANT THEM COME. TO 3 32S-8023 .MONIQUE at the MAR80IS "oulhminstcr .s q u a r e dance learners' group will dance at 8 p.m Monday residence. Dr. Dreidper will give an illustrated Inlk on li's p.m. Monday in Southminster; year in New Guinea, and :i hall. Women are asked to innniut is please bring .1 box luncli. j welcome A meeting of former exeru- The Umu-rsity '''u'1 live members of the LetV.bridge will meet at II p.m. Monday in Music Club and any other in-1 the Company I I erected persons will held at 410 Stafford Di'ivo. The the Bowman Arts Centre at 2 i gram will focus on lies for youth. There will hi mecling at i Southminsler Cliurch will in the kilehen hold its annual food festival, tea and h a a .1 r on Wednesday, from 2-1 p.m. Invited to pour lea are: Mrs. A. U. 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