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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MR. AND MRS. GARY SCOVIIL ScoviU-Sinith Auguif 12, 1979 THE IHHBRIOGE MERAIP 17 f V Rev. David Rogers officiated She double-ring wedding cer- emony between S m i I It, daughter nf Mr. aud Mrs. A. Doug Smith, and fJary Scovlll, son of Mr, and Mrs. T. Scovill, which look place in Si. Augus- tine's Anglican Church in Loth- i bridge, I Organist was Mrs. T Juris Reid. Soloist Miss Cathy I'lsko, who sang Beautiful, by Gordon WHS accompanied by Sandy Bafcovske on gui- The bride worn a Swiss eye- Id daisy cntton dress, wilh closed wedding-ring collar, em- pire waisl, full, Klizabcthan antl rourl train. Her an bellian cloche wilh malching eyelet shoulder vojJ. Maid of honor was Miff, GouJlon nf Saskatoon Bridesmaids were Miss Rnv fnnis of Kdmonlon. anrl Miss Jan Heath of Lcllihi Howergiff was Sherri Unions of IxHhhridgc. HCK! man was Mr. Bob nf LelhhrirJge. wor P Mr. Key n I oh n.son, Mr. A r n n I I Thompson and Mr. Houqlus Smith, hrolhpr of the bride, ah of Lelhbridfic. A reception and dance were helff at (he Labor Club, wilh the Point of Interest providing the music1. Out-of-town fillers included Mrs. I. Shrocder of Knitland, grandmother of (he liride, and Mr. K. riorlacher of Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. a nd M rs. Oa ry Scovi 11 Iravelled to Vancouvnr Island for B honeymoon, and will re- side in Ann Landers MR. AND MRS. THOMAS HECTOR NEGRELIO -Terry Bland Photo llo-Brown, MR. AND MRS. DENNIS ROBERT BURTON -de Jourdan's Photo Burton-Fazio 'flie Kcv. T) Rogers officiated. at (.lie double-ring ceremony in' St. Augustine's Anglican uniLinp Miss Christine daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur KHXIO of LoLh- bridtfe; and Mr. Dennis Robert Hurton. srtn of Mr, and Mrs. Bob Burton of Champion Mrs. floid organ- Bridal attendants were Miss I GaiJ Anderson nf Calgary, tnaid j of honor, and Mi.--s Rronda i KuJlylove, also of y. Mr. Marvin Burton of Ed- monton hnst man, Mr. Ron of Carmarigav as Ushers were Mr. rjrant FOKJ anrl Mr. Ciiarlo.s Burlon. :i riiceplion held in Ihe Carolina Room at (lie Kl Maricho Motor Hotel. Ihe rouple left for a honeymoon in Vic- foriii, R f. Mr. and Mrs, Ilui ton have tfifcen up residence nt WJ Si. S., LethhridRC. MR. AND MRS. LEONARD E. FRIG E. Cross Photo Soiithminster United Church A reception and dance folJow- was the setting recently for an exl in ballroom of the Holi- 1 e v c n i n g wedding when Dr. Jnn Mj. R M Tanner W. K, Elliott united master of and Brown, daughter of Mr. Mr D G WUson proposed lhn [H. W. Brown and Mrs. Dolores toast t and Tlwrnas Hector i was attended hv Mrgi Wil. First L'nilect Church in Ulh- Sharon Castles. Mrs. Ruth Wil- Negrello. .son of Mr. and Mrs. bridge was (he scene of the: -son. and Miss Elaine Jams. j Hector Negrello. all of Mr. DcmiLs ua.s 3 hridSe- in double-ring mar- Frig-Mihalik m a r r i a R e ceremony uniting Miss Valerie Marie dfiuyhlcr of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn man: and Mr. Alex Kogler and Mr. Alan Johnson acted as riage ceremony. Mr. A. K. Rutland was the or- s ganist, and the Koloisl was Miss .._. Following a wedding trip to lite West Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Ncycllo are residing in North The Hev. C. H. ciHtwi. taken up j'eiicJence in Bridal wore Miss Forthcoming marriages and Mrs Allan J "Mrt- Mr. nnri Mrs. Tiirsodore dn ralfe of Uthbridge are pleased ,iollfj Oj l.cthbridye are pleased !o announce the forthcoming i ._-_ j___i. _ _ to of their daughter, I DKAK pnme from thn funeral of n good Fncmil. lie, was only 5fi at the pniih of his cnreor. .1 wonderful guy, beautiful family, the most alt r active man in any group, 'Chore were many sarievcd pcoplo at the service, .faying very little to one another. Bill HIP unspoken mes-snge was clear: "Whal a tragedy that tins productive, .snccps-sful, fellow was cut down in the prime of life." On Ihe way home1 I another funeral one 1 altcntlwl a few months ayo, The man wns lie had once been fl prominriit 'person in the community useful, producv tic-e, and loved hy all. lie retirefl at alxxit 75, ihs rycsiRht wont had nnil cripplinfi aril iritis My Ihe time lie was nil he was confined to a wheelchair, almost hlind. his memory njosl nf his ci'onie.s dicxl and hr; was a and .sick nld man a pathetic figure who vas n drain on his: only daughter's energy and financial resfjui'ce.s. The last IS years of his life were dow'nhill the WitV JU-cfdlinp; nUI man made rne fuel lejis sari about my frinid There is something In lie said fur1 leaving the amid iipplMise find cheers. I'm lucky In die mv liortls on, Kentucky DKAft K.M WmiMn't it ivoixlcrful if your nld friend could have his ir> ye firs to your frienci? Rut life fhnt way .TIH! we musl live out the veal's the liives us. Thnnks for a provocative leller. DKAft KANDKHS: T wjim interested In Ihe ir-murk tliat you never piM >'inir prelly ihiiiRs on) nf your daugh- ter's rear'h she n chilti 't'liu said von her nut lo touch Minn and Ihm sliu never broke unyfhiTiy. Then yon said children trj tu- the smile YIIII d'di-'i cxplnin HOW you il bill I'll bcl ynn the as rnit! licr SJit1 unuld shrtw me- ;i fijiLiiinc, inr i-xaniph'. "TJiis bclruijial lu your KiaridiiKilhri bn'l il lovely? dense be vrn cin'cVul wilh il br'riiiiM' i' uill he yours snmeday." She would put my lutnil fin M MI f COM hi feel IKJVV smooth and lovely il wjis a net then she unultj hold it up ID 1hr liiiiil and she trcMri] it wilh such nvvpei! f ur.dershiod Itial if uas preciou.s. roluinn is .so sensible lien I read il t am rrniindul 'if iny n mother whn very much like jfiii Thanks ibo memories. -Also r-rom PKAIC And Ihanks you foi n hearl-i.arnnjig letler. HKAIt A close fnrrki laken up as a l-'or our anniversary she fln ei normfiiis canvass and wen! lo Die exnrnse nf having il frarni-d. 11 dix's nol fit in with our decor ami is nul ue would have selecled for uur home She experts us il in n place nf honor. We value her nnil wouldn't offend Itrr for Ihe world. What should ue rtti --Hoaclu'd DKAK Fl (he canvass in a " r nf honor" for a couple nf weeks. Move il lo n fe.vs conspicuous plncc for anolhcr mcmih The- folkminy mnntii, move if In Ihe allic. sloi i-roiun, summr-r home, or winler c.nbin Uio