Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, August 1, 19X0------ Forthcoming Marriages MR. AND MRS. ROGER LEROY IVIE by de Jourdan's Ivie-Dziedzic St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church was the scene of a '.vedding between Linda Mae Dziedzic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Waller Dziedzic of Lethbridge and Roger LeRoy Ivie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Le- Roy Ivie of Picture Butte. Mr. anid Mrs. Michael Kauffman of Calgary were soloists accom- panied by Mrs. J. McCallum of Lethbridge, organist. Maid of honor was Miss Faye Dziedzic, sister of the bride from Lethbridge. Bridesmaids were the Misses Darlene Dzied- zic, cousin of the bride, Blair- more, Diane Matisz, Leth- bridge, and sister of the groom Karen Ivie, from Calgary. Flower girls were Miss Mi- chelle Dziedzic and Miss De- anna Dziedzic, both nieces of the bride from North Van- couver. Best man was Mr. John Cvetko of Lethbridge. Grooms- men included the Messrs. Kent Wood, Stirling, Edward Fau- ville and Erik Quint, both of Calgary. Ushers ware Mr. Lcuis Dzisdxic, brother of the bride from Toronto and Mr. Leslie Balazic of Calgary. Mas 'ter Darren Balazic, nephew o the groom from Calgary was ring bearer. The reception held in the Grenadier Room at the Mar quis Hotel was followed with a dance. After a honeymoon trip to Hawaii, the couple have taken up residence at 609 14 St. A N Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Hymie Davids announce with pleasure the forthcoming marriage of their children Sheila Anne to Kenneth Martin. The wedding will take- place August 30 at the Beth Isiael Svnagoguc. Mr. md Mrs. Arnold J. Austin of Taber are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their only daughter, Carol Jeanette, to Mr. Robert Glen Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bell of Taber. The wedding will take place on September 12 in St. Theo- dore's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. David Daniels are pleased to auounce the forthcoming marriage of their sungest daughter, Wilhemina Gezava, to Mr. Terry Jc' i Palmarchuk, only sen of' Mr and Mrs. Fred Palmarchuk, ai: of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 29 at 4 p.m. in First United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuns man of Lethbridge are pleaset to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Gertrude Grace, to Mr. Davii "William Bz-own Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bennett of Westlock, Alberta. The wedding is to take place at 4 p.m. on Sept. 19 in First United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Murdy Moulton of Nobleford are pleased" to an- nounce the engagement of their only daughter, Peggy Lynn, to Mr. Robert Edward Sanderson of Maple Creek, Sask., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sanderson of Nobleford. The wedding will take place on Oct. 10. f Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McAskie of Vulcan are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daugh- ter, Carol Jean to Mr. David Warren Rolfe, son "of Mrs. Anne Rolfe of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place August 29 at 5 p.m. in St. Old- helm's Anglican Church, Vul- can. Mr. and Mrs. J. Williamson of Coaldale wish to aramnmce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Lee, to Mr. Lance Carnine, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carnine of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place August 8 at 2 p.m. to Mc- Killop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Consay ol Calgary are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marri- ages of their two eldest daugh- ters; Lois Jean to Mr. Drew Lament, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lament, Edmonton, SEPTEMBER VOWS Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Williams of Cardston take pleasure in an- n o u n c i n g the forthcoming marriage of fceir daughter, Mary Lou, to Mr. Richard Wayne Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Nelson of Mountain View. The wedding will take place on September 3 in the Alberta Temple in Cardston. and Coleen Gail to Mr. Jerry Shimek of Picture Butte. The double wedtog will take place on September 5 at 6 p.m. in the Riverview United Church, Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kristjanson of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their only daughter, Wendy Merle, to Mr. Lynn Emory Hayes, son of Mr. aad Mrs. Leo Hayes of Sas- katoon, Saskatchewan. The wedding xvill take place on August 29 at 7 p.m. in Mc- Killop United Church. V Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Raymond are pleased to announce the forthcoming mariage of their daughter, Jams Ellen, to Mr. Robert Stepehn Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Smith, all of Lethbridge. The weding will take place August 29 at 2 p.m. hi Me Killop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. William Knoi are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of thei daughter, Maxine Mary Lin, tc Mr. David Henry Rcidel, son o Mr. and Mrs. William Sawchuk. ail of Lethbridge. The wedong will take place on August 22 at 4 p.m. in First United Church. MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND CARL PYNE by de Jourdan's SEPTEMBER VOWS-Mr. and Mrs. Marco Altisri wish to announce 1he forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter, Nadia Marierose, to Mr. Sergio Zacchigna, son of Mr. and Mrs. Giovanni Zacchigna, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place Sept. 5 in> St. Patrick's Church at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mikalsor of Taber wish to announce th forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Susan, to Mr Barry Ernest Worth, only so of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wort! of Lethbridge. Vows will be exchanged in Christ Trinity L u t h e r a Church, Lethbridge on Augus 23 at 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. Williamson of Coaldale wish to aitruiunc the forthcoming marriage o their to Miss Mary Tom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. Tern of Courtright, Ontario The wedding will be held on August 8 at p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Church. Mrs. Janet Neely is pleaset to announce the forlhcomin marriage of daughter Mar; Anne, to Mr. Robert D. Burehai of Edmonton. The marriage is to take place August 22, in the Unto Church, Edmonton. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Hugl Sturtevant of Strike are pleased to announce the mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Karen Annette, to Mr. Ronalc Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen of Sunburst, Montana. The wedding took place on July 23 ir. Junction City, Kansas, where they plan to re- ide until November. CaLLr Of Victoria Lodge N. 116 regular meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Scout Hall. lostesses are Mrs. F. Penning- on and Mrs. A. Ryan. Original Pensioners and Se- lior Citizens Organization affi- liated with the National Pen- sioners and Senior Citizens Fed- sration will hold its annual con- rention Aug. 8 in the Eagles lall, 13 St. N. Registration will >egin at a.m. Featured peaker is the Honorable Ray Speaker from 'Edmonton. Reso- utions and other business will dealt with and delegates to the national convention will be elected. Pyne- Shields The Shalornar Reception Cen- tre in Salt Lake City was the scene of a double ring wedding ceremony between Sally Joan Shields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shields of Tooele, Utah and Mr. Raymond Carl Pyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pyne of Taber. Given in marriage by her father the bride chose a gown with an attached (rain all of Sat-a-peau, trimmed with Ve- nice lace, tier chapel length veil was released from n tiai-a of pearls and teardrops. She carried a single long stemmed rose bud. Matron of honor was Mrs. Joe Ajax, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included the Misses Toy Williamson. Marilyn Oxman and Gail Davies, who Best man was Pyne, brother of Groomsmen Messrs. Dr. Gaiy Shields, Rick Hill, Wade Gulmick, Kim Wil- liamson and Robert Shields. Master David Shields was ring bearer. A wedding breakfast was held in the University Club. An eve- ning reception in a garden set- ting of pink lights and roses was held at the home of the bride's After a honeymoon in Van- couver and the Okanagan. the couple arc now residing in Taber. NOT THIRSTY TOKYO (AP) The Honjo uuii i-.i.Y n..i, i i i in; nuMju were idcnlicrl pink gowns fash- fire depart m cut of Tokyo after that of ilie bride, presented a fire extinguisher to MR. AND MRS. RON JACK SIEMENS by Priestleys Photo Arts Siemens Wright Rev. R. E. Eskdale officiated I men were the Messrs. James at the double ring rites held in i Derksen and1 Ron Kroekcr, MR. AND MRS. JOE THACKER, JR. by A. E. Cross Thacker-W ente Beverley daughter of Hr. and "Mrs. Chris Wentz of Lethbridge exchanged double ring vows with Mr. Joe Thack- er Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thacker of Bow Island. Fr. O'dwyer officiated at the rites held in Our Lady of Assumption Church. Mrs. Betty Martin of Lethbridge was or- janist and accompanied Miss ietty Kolodziej of Lethbridge, soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Cheryl Wentz, sister of the ride from Lethbridge. Brides- maids were the Misses Polly Ventz, sister of the bride of Lethbridge, Mary Checkiey and Linda Weber, both of Cal- gary. Dr. William Beiber of Cal- gary was best man. Grooms- men included the Messrs. Tom Thacker and Barry Thacker irom Bow Island, both broth- ers of the groom and Don Wentz, brother of the bride of Lethbridge. The reception was held in Sven Ericksen's Restaurant. After a honeymoon trip to British Columbia the couple will be residing in Bow Island. by de Jourdan's JULY VOWS-Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lepp of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Margaret Anne, to Mr. Jack L, Humphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey of Sheffield Lake, Ohio. The wed- dino took place on July 25 at in the Coaldale Men- nonite Church. Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiated at the doubU ring vows. MR. AND MRS. PETER KENNETH JENSEN by A. E. Cross Jensen-Alger First United Church between Donna Marie Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wright cf Lethbridge and Ron Jack Siemens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Siemens of Coaldale. Matron of honor was Mrs. Jean Sampert of Calgnry, sis- ter of the groom. Bridesmaids were the Misses Roberta Wright of Lethbridge, sister of the bride and Gloria Sosick of Picture Butte, cousin of the bride. Flower girl was Miss Jodi Chizmazia, niece of the They cnch carried single rose a pair of ncwlywcds in honor of buds. Miss De-bra Shields and; Fire Prevention Week. "Use Miss Etaccy. Shield'; wcic jii-ithis fire extinguisher to put out, nior bridesmaids. any fires that threaten your I groom, who also attended the Mothers of the bride and! said the chief. "We! guu.st book, groom wore floor length gowns know you won't use it to quench j Mr. John Siemens of Coal- of harmonizing blue chiffon. your fire of love." dale was best man. Grooms- both of Coaldale. Ushering I he guests were Mr. Lyle Wright, brother of the bride, and Mr. Brian Kiefuik, cousin of the bride, both of Lethbridge. Ring bearer was Matter Darin Bou- rassa, cousin of the bride. A reception ;ield at the Scandinavian Hall ivith a dance following. Master of ceremo- nies was Mr. Albert Bourassa of and loast to the bride was given by Mr. James Wright of Lcthbridge, both uncles of the bride. After a honeymoon spent in Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, the couple are residing at 508 A 26 St. S. Wedding vows were ex-i changed between Susan Ellen I Alger, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Bruce M. Alger of Leth- bridge, and Mr. Peter Kenneth Jensen, son of Mr', and Mrs. A. Jensen of Noranda, Quebec. Rev, Father R. F. de Billy of- ficiated at rites held in Our Lady of Assumption Church. Mrs. J. Berghmans was or- ganist and Miss Betty Kolod- ziej was soloist, both of Leth- bridgc. Matron of honor was Mrs. Peter Paulson cf C a 1 g a r y. Bridesmaids were Mt's. Kevin Guterson of Dnimhcllcr and Miss Wendy Carrico ol' Leth- bridge, cousin of the bride. Best man was Mr. Robert Pratt of Sault Saint Marie, On- tario. Ushers were the Messrs. Neal Jensen, brother of the groom, Noranda, and Grant Alger, brother of the bride, Lethbridge. A reception and dance was held at the Lethbridge Country Club with Mr. Bill Simmons of Barrie, Ontario as master of ceremonies. Toast to the bride was given by Mr. Grant Alger of Calgary, the bride's uncle. A honeymoon was spent at Walerton Lakes. The couple are residing in Edmonton where the bride was a recent graduate in Library Science from tlie University of Alberta, Edmonton, and the groom is presently taking his Masters degree in Physical Education. Wedding Invitations Depend On Ceremony Size Invitations sent out to an- nounce marriages vary depend- ing upon the type of ceremony planned. Regardless of the variation, the invitations should be sent by the bride's parents or by a close relative if the parents are not alive. In cases of divorced parents, invitations should be sent by the one the bride-elect has been living with. Although most invitations are engraved or printed, for small weddings, fewer than 50 guests, hand-written notes from either the bride or her mother are ac- ceptable. Large ceremonies, either for- mal or informal usually call for a large size paper, folded square, with engraving on the top sheet, or printing to simu- late engraving. A smaller size paper, inserted without folding is used for smaii- er less formal weddings, SHOES FOR FALL MONTREAL (CP) The Footwear Bureau of Canada has predicted a return to softer, more elegant shoes for fall. Toes will be slimmer and more gentle rounded, heels too will Ixj thinner and higher. Stock- ings to match the shoes in fall colors of black, tan, red, navy, wine, purple and green add to costume harmony.