Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
ers DEAH ANN LANDERS: I'll make il short and sweet. My husband (age 42) father o[ four children (oldest 15, youngest has been cheating on me for (he last ten years. 1 have caught him red-handed, flat looted every which way. He always says he is sorry, takes an oath on his mother's lile, swears on his father's grave, and lells me it will never happen again but it always docs. 1 left him once for three weeks but it didn't change things. At present the rat is making emv eyes at the new woman behind the checkout counter in the supermarket. Yesterday he told me he'd do the marketing and I could slay home and "take it easy." Tell me slraight out if I should leave him once and for all or stick it out for the sake of the children? I need your advice. Donald Juan DEAR MRS. JUAN: Tell ME slraight out, would life be better with him or without him? You've had it both ways so you're in a position to judge. Only you know the answer to this one and I say your decision should be based on what's best for you and Hie children and no! on your need to punish the rat with cow's eyes. DEAR ANN LANDERS: When school stark again in the I want to have some friends for a change. My trouble is that I am loo smart. I wish I was just average but I am one of those kids who gets A's without trying. The kids who work their heads to the bone and make B's and C's despise me. I hate to sound like a braggart but this is the way it's been all my life. The boys especially think I am con- ceited and stuck up because I win all the science prizes and essay contests. The jcediocre kids envy roe but I am not happy with all these brains. How can T hide my smartness and be one of the crowd? Tizzie. DEAR TIZZfE: I've got some good news for you. You aren't as smart as you think you are. Smart people know how to put a dimmer on their brilliance so that it doesn't blind everyone within a radius of three miles. It's not your intelligence that jrritales the kids, it's the way you handle it. Is alcoholism a disease? How can the alcoholic be treat- ed? Is there a cure? Read the booklet "Alcoholism Hope And by Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in coin with 3rour request and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daiiy News, 401 North Wahash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I didnA mean to boast all evening because I really am very modest, btrt I DO recognize people's right to learn the import-ant facts about me." Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Safurday edirfon each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of ihe week will be given every consideralion- 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 ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding IF you wish information published which would be additional to thai provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and the unlire report will fhen be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column piclure with I his wrife-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbtidge Herald MR. AND MRS. KENNETH WAYNE KIMMEL Kimmel-Allison The Church of Jesus Christ f Latler-Day Saints in Leth- Jridge was the recent scene of ouble ring wedding vows be- Miss Carolyn Alii son, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex db'son of Lethbridge, and Mr. Cenneth Wayne Kimmel. son of Irs. Lydia Kimmel of Calgary. Bishop Clifford Peterson fficicted while Miss Judy Breeze was organist, and rs. Jeannme Jensen was the Maid of honor was Miss Rob- y Allison, sister of the bride, vhile bridesmaids were Miss an Howes, friend of the bride, and Miss Nancy Allison, sister of the bride. Miss Pam Allison, sister of the bride, and Miss Barb KLm- nrel, sister of the groom, were the flowergirjs. Mr. Rick Nelson, friend of thp groom from Calgary, was best man while ushering duties were carried out by brothers of the groom, Mr. Al and Mr. Brian Kimmel. Reception was held at the 10th Ave. LDS Church after which the couple embarked oa a honeymoon to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. the reception, Mr. Garry Allison, cousin of the bride, was master of cere- monies, and toast to the bride was given by Mr. Bill uncle of the bride. The couple will reside in Cal- gary. Saturday, Jeplembur 4, 1971 THE tFTHBRIDGE HERALD 17 YWCA news MR. AND MRS. Jensen pholo WALTER KERBER Kerbcr-Jensen Rev. H. Martin was the offi- ciating minister in Chnst Tri- nity Lutheran church when Randi Annette Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R Henning Jensen of Lethbridge was united in marriage vows with Mr. R. B. Walter Kerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerber of Shaughnessy. Miss Marlene Hubbard was the organist for the double ring wedding ceremony. The bride was attired in a full length gown of Peau-el- Elegance, with an overcoat with wide three quarter length sleeves, Ihe bottom of the coat widening to form a large heart ihaped train. She carried a bouquet of long Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. William R. oth of Lethbridge are pleased announce the forthcoming rarriage of their only daugh- Valerie Jean to Mr. Gordon 'aync Low, son of Mrs. Irene ow of Lethbridge, and the ate Mr. Clesson Low. The wedding mil take place )ctober 8 at G p.m. in St. An- rcw's Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand dmcider of Lethbridge are cased to announce the forth- Doming marriage of their eldest aughler, Juliana Sandra to IT. James Brett Porteous of ort Maclsod, son of Mr. and Irs. Alexander Porteous of !ncher Creek. The wedding will take place in Immanuel Lutheran Church November 13. Mr. and Mrs. George Buch- j anan of Calgary are pleased to i announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Glenda Catherine, to Mr. Peter A. Neufeld, son of Mr. and Mrs, Abe Neufeld of Coal- dale. The wedding will take place Oclober 9 at 6 p.m. in McKil- lop United Church. f Mrs. Howard Brown of Ray- mond. The wedding is to take place Oct. 2 at 3 p.m. in St. Basil's Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. M. N. (Bud) Wray of Lethbridge are pleased lo announce the forthcoming marriage of their second daughter, Margaret B. (Peggy) to Mr. Rodney D. Lomas of Lethbridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. (Web) Lomas of Calgary, formerly of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place Oct. 2 at 4 p.m. in SL Aug- ustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jack of Pincher Creek are pleased to announce tho engagement of their youngest daughler, Laura Elaine to Richard Allan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Tol of Pincher Creek. The wedding will take place Friday, Sept. 17 at p.m. in the Pincher Creek United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Agi Wolosiuk of Foremost, are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Helen Margaret to Mr. Karl Kloepper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kloepper of Rolling Hills. The wedding will take place Oct. 16 at 3 p.m. in St. Pat- rick's Roman Calliolic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bryant of Hays are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter, Sheryl Mae lo Constable Melvin Dyson o[ Taber, RCMP, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dyson of Van- couver, B.C. The lance wedding will take place October 2 at the McKil- lop United Church in Lcth- bridcc. I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Krai] of Lelhbridge are pleased to announce Ihc engagement and i forthcoming marriage of Iheir j daughter Janice Ann lo Mr. i Guy II. Brown, son of Mr. and Love is... i the look on bis fate when he's told he's a father. 1 Norma Jean, Sharlene, Bill and Rob Hawkins, are pleased lo announce the marriage of their mother, Helen Hawkins to Mr. Alex Henderson, both of Letlibridee. The wedding took place Sep- tember 2 in Claresholm wilh the Rev. Francis Yardley offi- ciating. St. Andrews United Church in Edmonton was the recent scene of double ring wedding vows between Cynthia Rose Dogaust, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Degaiis. of Edmonton, for- merly of Lethbridge, and Mr. Grant Dallon Smith, son of Mrs. Jean Smith and the late Claude H. Smith of Lethbridge. Rev. Sydney Bell, formerly of McKillop United Church in Lethbridge pel-formed the cere- mony after which a reception was held in the Shcralon Cara- van Hotel The couple took their honey- moon in the Okanagan Valley, and have since taken up resi- dence in Edmonton. I stemmed dark red roses with blue statue, and lied wilh a red ribbon- Miss Anne M. Jensen, Leth- bridge, sister of the bride was maid of honor and wore a dark mauve sleeveless gown of French silk, with a white hat and gloves. Her bouquet was the same as that of the bride, only smaller, and tied with a white ribbon. Bridesmaids were Miss Moni- ca Kerber, Shaughnessy, and Miss Rose-Marie Loth- bridge, and wore summer flow- ered hot pant outfits carrying long stemmed daisies tied with dark pink ribbon to match their outfits. Flower girls were Miss Chris- tel Kerber, Taber, and Birgit Pietschmann, Germany, and wore dresses of baby blue Jer- sey, and carried baskets of white daisies. Best man was Mr. Sho George Uyeda, Iron Springs, end ush- ers were Mr. Jurgen Pietsch- inann, Germany, and Mr. John- ny Kerber, Lethbridge. The flower girl, and Mr. Piet- schmann are the niece and nephew of the groom, and were visiting Canada from Germany for seven weeks. Congratulatory tele grams were received from the bride's relatives in Copenhagen, and different parts of Denmark to congratulate the couple on their wedding day. For the couple's honeymoon in Banff, the bride chose a beige dress, double-breasted with sil- ver buttons, and navy pin- stripes oil the collar. The couple has since taken up residence in Lethbridge. Starting times and dales have announced for more of the Lethbridge Family Y's new fall programs, according to Vir- ginia Reid, program director for the Y. A babysitting course is sched- uled to get underway Sept. 16 at p.m. and run for :ix weeks. Teaching the weekly sessions will Gwen Monner, Lethbridge Community College student of outdoor education Outdoor education, a class for the outdoor enthusiasts, will in- volve hiking, climbing, camp- ing, canoeing, snow shoeing, backpaking, and oilier activ- ities. It is scheduled to begin Sept. 11 at 1 p.m., and will he instructed by Dwayne Marten, LCC Outdoor Education student. It's A Man's World, a course designed solely for the man, is set to start Sept. 15 at B p.m. it will cover such topics as ecology, job opport unities, sports, men's fashion, commun- ications and "it will go through tho whole gamit for guys says Miss Reid. Instructors will be Tom Snell and Jay Braun. Bridge class instructor has CJAY-TV strike to be media led WINNIPEG (CP) The fed- eral department of labor has of- fered to mediate the dispute be- tween CJAY-TV of Winnipeg and striking technicians and op- erating employees. Both company and union of- ficials have received telegrams from the department and a ten- tative date for a mediation meeting has been set for Sept. 7. John Thurslon, unit chairman of the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians, and Jack David- son, the station manager, in- dicated they are willing to meet with the federal media- tor, J. S. Gunn. About 30 employees went on strike June 23 but six have since returned to work for the company. The station has continued broadcasting during the dis- pute. DO NOT USE Chlorine bleach should not be used on silk, wool, acelate, rayon, delicate fabrics, or non- colorfast fabrics. been announced as Wayne Croplcy. Mrs. Bcv Blenncr Hassel is to be the instructor of the an- tique finishing class. This class is set up to in- struct all interested people m Ihc ad. of remodelling old fur- nilure. Each person is asked to bring a piece of furniture that they would like lo rcfinish to the class, and the instructor will tell the class the neces- sary equipment needed to re- finish it the first night. An eight week course, it will begin Sept. 7 from U> 9 p.m. Ballroom dancing, with the basic steps of lira fox trot, slow waltz, tango, rhumba, and sam- ba, will begin Sept. 29 from 7 lo p.m. for the beginners, and advanced classes with the more intricate steps will b e from to p.m. Leafier cralt instructor has Ijecn announced as John Koe- nig, and will include instruction on macrame', dccoupage, can- dle makir.g, Ihe use of liquid plastics, mosaics, and various other crafts. Table lerau's will be instruct- ed by Wayne Bowes, and will begin Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. Knitting and crocheting has been set lo .start Sept. 15 from 2-3 in the afternoon. Dr. L. Lulwick will instruct the 10 week square dancing course for all intrested persons. Beginners as well as those who already know how to square dance are welcome. Registration for any of ttie new programs may be made at the Lelhbridge Family Y, and further information may be ob- tained by contacting Virginia Reid at the Y, 328-7771. Mrs. Maria Toparchuk Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sifrer art pleased lo announce tho gradu- ation of their daughler, Mri. Toparcnuk, from the Alberta Hospital, Edmonton. She pre- viously graduated from Central High School. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Q. Leav- itt of Cardston are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of (heir daughter, Dixie Marie lo Mr. Raynold Mark Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Baynold Hansen of Duchesne, Utah. The wedding is to take place Sept. 1C in the Alberta Temple. I Your Guide for Gift-Giving 1 Gift Registry BASIC INCOME TAX 3rk ciriccs (ram co.isl lo consl 3-hour cessions (2 rcr ro 12 weeks) Choice or days mid clnsi limps ENROLL NOW) Cln; r Write or Cnil Wilh Tnx JOB PLACEMENT AVAILABLE Sli 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-3712 und ma frM InformcDon ibart (he 1971 Block Tix CDIIIIO. Thn li a requnl for Inlormilion only and DM When a bride visils our Gif( Registry, il's the beginning of many hoppy experiences. As she selecls Ihe pafferns ond OTS for her household frousseou, she graciously providei a guide for gift qiving which will serve for years fo come. Family and friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding gifls and lafer at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List GLENDA BUCHANAN SHERYL BRYANT TERRI SLOBADA TERRY FIRTH LOUISE KIRKHAM SANDRA KIRKHAM IRENE MIKLOS LINDA MEIDRUM SUSAN MEREDITH RITA NICHOLAS FAYE PETERS NOLA PRINCE ELEANOR RIEHL NOLA SMITH LILIAN SAKAMOTA VALERIE VOTH HELEN WOLOSIUK Mil ---V i i DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S.