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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta August 1973 THi LCTHBRIDGt HEftAlD lg MR. AND MRS. GERALD S. CARMICHAEL Carmichael Hermanson MR-AND MRS-RANDALL NORMAN SORGARD Ann Landers DEAR ANN I'm surprised In Tul- had the nerve to identify herself that way. She live in Tulsa. The least she could have done was substitute the name of another city in order to pro- tect the identity of the man. DEAR The woman who signed her letter ling in Tulsa'' travels a little. But her home is in next door to mine. A few other facts were a little too. What a Can't Love That Neighbor DEAR ANN Her letter was additional evi- dence that she has no prin- no character and. no consideration. Ex-Friend DEAR EX And all who According to my there's a good bit of triflin1 going on all over. Thanks for your comments. Did you check the postmark on the envelope that came with the letter signed ling In If it doesn't say I'll eat my shoes. Fool. DEAR I hope they aren't 4-inch platforms. MR. AND MRS. BRIAN PATRICK GASH Gash Mercer Miss Ann Louise daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hermanson of Castle Col- was recently united in marriage with Mr. Gerald S. Carmichael. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Carmichael of Leth- bridge. The double-ring ceremony took place in the Shove Chapel at Colorado in Color- ado Springs. Colorado with Rev. Kenneth Burton officiat- ing. Matron of honor was Mrs. Nancy Holt of sister of the with bridesmaid Miss Colleen sister of the groom. Best man was Mr. Bob Reid of Colorado with groomsman Sean Anglum of Colorado. Ushers were Mr. Ted and Mr. Tom Hermanson of Castle brothers of the bride. A garden reception was held at the home of the bride's par- ents. The couple travelled to Dil- for a honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael have taken up residence in Col- orado Springs until their gradu- ation in May. Sorgard Shepherd The First Baptist Church was the scene for the recent wed- ding of Miss Rhonda Gaye eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Shep- herd of Lethbridge. and Mr. Randall Norman Sorgard eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Sorgard of Iron Springs. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Leroy Angle of with Mr. Wes- ley cousin of the presiding at the organ. Bridesmaids were Misses Derryl and Tern sis- ters of the bride. Groomsmen were Mr. Jamie brother of the and Mr. Leslie Wieland. Ush- ers were Mr. Patrick and Ted brothers of t h e and Mr. Darrell Karl. Following the wedding cere- a dance and reception were held at the Civic Centre. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Bernard G. uncle of the with the toast to the bride proposed by her Mr. Barry Erno of Hay N.W.T. Soloist at the reception was Mrs. Dorothy MacPherson. ac- companied by Mr. Wesley Sor- gard. Mrs. Alex Reavie of Ro- attend- ed the guest register. Following a honeymoon trip to C'oeur Mr. and Mrs. Sorgard have taken up residence in Iron Springs. The First Baptist Church was i the setting for the recent ex- change of marriage vows be- tween Miss Cheryl Lynn Mer- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mr. Brian Patrick son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril all of Leth- bridge. Rev. Jim Chapman officiated at the double-ring with Mr. William Vander Kooy as organist. Maid of honor was Miss Wendy Stafford of neice of the bride with brides- maids Miss Brenda sis- ter of the Miss Sharon neice of the and Miss Roxanne Keturakis. Best man was Mr. Allan Shemanchuk of with groomsmen Mr. Dwain Skret- Mr. Terry McKee and Mr. Tony Tivadar. Ushers were Mr. Kevin brother of the and Mr. Neal nephew of the bride. A reception was held at the Labor with Mr. Hod Staf- ford as master of ceremonies. Mr. Stafford also proposed a toast to the bride. Following a honeymoon trip to Victoria and various other points along the west the couple took up residence in Lethbridge. DEAR ANN My best friend received an engagement ring last week. She was awfully disappoint- ed. This girl had some def- inite ideas about what she wanted but the ring was a surprise so she had to act excited and pleased. I don't want that to happen to so I am planning ahead. I called the jewelry store and asked if it's proper for the girl to go with her fiance to pick out the ring. The man Most girls do and we recom- mend 1 am going with my boy friend to pick out my ring in I need to know the Do we kiss in the Is this considered the official moment of e n g a g Would it be O.K. to have a friend with a cam- Thank Organized Miss DEAR A ring is only a symbol of the engagement. You were en- gaged when your beloved asked you to marry him and you After you select the ring and have it sized to fit your finger it home and get kissed there. If you want a friend to take pictures. I sug- gest the privacy of your liv- ing room. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Houssian Flaa A. E. CROSS photo MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH HOUSSIAN Photogropher Ed Keeling LOVE IS Inviting the To Capture and Portray Your Very Own Personal Love Story As Seen Through The BriaVs Misty Eyes. RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 n and on t 4 town The History Book Club is in need of information on families who settled in the original school districts sur- rounding the town. Family interesting and humorous poems and such relating local history would be as there is a shortage of material. The which is being com- piled by a group of interested will have hard covers and will retail for approximate- ly As it is a community the books will sell at cost and will hopefully be ready by Christmas of 1974. The histories will cover the original districts of Meadow Creek. Green Prairie Clear Five Grain Badger Trout Northern Ciaresholm Claresholm Rur- al and Claresholm Urban. Persons having any interest- ing material or ordering a copy of the are asked to con- tact Mrs. Emily Chilton in Claresbolm. The sunlit sanctuary of Southminster United decorated with garden bou- was the setting for the candlelight wedding of Miss Joanne Flaa and Mr. Joseph Houssian. Rev. R. W. K. Elliott offi- and as part of the cere- mony Miss Molly Coupland of Regina sang Follow Me. Bri- dal music was played by or- ganist Mir. Bruce Barrow. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Flaa of Leth- bridge and the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hassan Hous- sian of Saskatche- wan. The bride wore a gown of simply draped white chiffon over featuring appliqued petals covering the bodice and on the full chiffon sleeves. Her veil with semi-train was of French illusion net. She car- ried a bouquet of white stephan- otis and trailing ivy. Bridal attendants were Misses Maureen Roche of Prince Al- Susan Dyker of Saskatoon and. Karen Houssian of sister of the groom. They were attired in gowns of green and white organdy gingham over with a wide double flounce at the hem. They wore white picture hats trimmed with flowers and carried sheaves of multicolored garden flowers. The groom was attended by Messrs. Emad Debaji of Wet- Joe Seede of Fort St. David Newhouse of Van- couver and ushers John and David Flaa of Lethbridge. both brothers of the bride. Following the ceremony a re- buffet supper and dance were held at Sven Erick- sen's Family Restaurant. Miss Lori Roche of Prince Albert attended the register and Mr. Joe cousin of the was master of ceremonies. The i toast to the bride was propos- ed by Dr. Douglas M. Parker if uncle of the bride. The wedding and reception were attended not only by the mmediate families and good riends of the bride and nit by the widely dispersed amily of the groom's great- aunt. Mrs. Najiebi Houssian of Grande Prairie. In attendance were her daughters from San Fran- Toledo and .S New Van- Lee Strezelicki. 'ormerly of and ler sons from High Prairie and Grande Al- jerta and many grandchildren. These guests were continuing on to a family reunion at rande Prairie. The Houssian families added Lebonese food to the buffet supper and traditional Lebon- ese dancing and music to the festivities. Guesta were also present from Crane Valley. Swfit Rolla and North Dakota. love lending her your sunglasses on a sunny day. safe now. One smell of your potato salad and he'll head for the For candids Of Your Wedding call A FRIEND COSTS Dial 327-6333 Listed in the Yellow Pages Phone Directory LOSE INCHES NINETY RELAXING MINUTES THE EASY FIGURE TRIM GUARANTEE You'll lose 2 inches overall on your first and 5 inches by your fifth or your money will be refunded in full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN V2 PRICE HOLIDAY SPECIAL PHONE NOW FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SPECIAL FIGURE TRIM WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-9886 Your Guide for Gift-Giving Gilt Registry When a bride visits our Gift it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and col- ors for her household she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve for years to come. Family ond friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding gifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List JEAN BRECKA SHIRLEY DALGLIESH JEANEE MCLEAN JANICE PISKO JUDI PATCHING DIANE RAINS BARBRA STEED GLORIA SUMPTION JUDY TURIC DEBBIE VAIR LEONA VOTH PAT WESTBROOK MONELLE WH1TROW DONNA WHIDDEN DOWNTOWN ;