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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MR. AND MRS. JOHN DOUGLAS WICKEND --de photo Salurdoy, Aufluil 19. :97S THt IETHBSIDGI HfSAlD 21 Wickcnd Molina nmlblo-iing vnws were ex- changed between Miss Sandra Janet Moline. claughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Moline and Mr. John Douglas Wickcnd. son of Mr. and Mrs .1. C. Wickend. The vcddiiiR was lield in KLrsl United Church tlic Rev. Mr. Ken Jordan officiating. The hritlc and her attendants r.inie down the aisle to Uie strains of Amazing Crace play- (vl on the nrjjsn hy Mrs. Doro- thy (JliKk and tm the bagpipes by [itpcr John Gilcbrest. Matron rif honor was Mrs. Linda Stevens, sifter of the bride. Bridesmaids were the Misses Sherryl Wickeml. Sylvia Strom, Row Island, and Mrs. Barbara Willms Miss .lave Morrison was junior brides- maid. Mr. Krai Wickcnd. brother of the groom was man. Groomsmen were the Messrs David Moline, brother of the bride. Gary OIT and llobeil Christiansen. Ronald Moline. brother of the bride was junior groomsman. Ushers were Mr. Tom Haney nnd Mr. Sandy Stevens. As the couple made their exit from Die church, dancing pupils of the bride, wearing their liigh- land kilts, raised their swords 1 to lonn an honor guard, while John (iilchrcst played the bag- pipes. I A reception followed in the 1 civic centre. The couple their honeymoon at Banff and Jasper and will reside in Car.se- iland. where the groom ha.s ac- cepted a teaching jmsition. MR, AND MRS. ROBERT BEDFORD BENNETT Beiuietl'Sproule Pinchor Creek United Church of (he groom, was best was the scene of the wedding i Groomsmen were Mr. of Miss Donna l.ynn Sproule, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win- j slon Rproule; and Robert Bed- man. i Lloyd Sproule. hrotiier of the bride Mr. I.yle Noble and Mr. Barry Gairins. Ushers Mr. and Larry Bennett and Mr. Michael Rev. R. AND MRS. LAWRENCE FRANK VIROSTEK de Jourdon's, photo Virostek McHoui K. Elliott oftici- Carolina Room In the a ted at wedding riles for Miss lorn nf C a .s t o r. and Mr. j wij] Lawrence Frank Virostek, son chant, of Mr and Mr.s. Sam Virostek, Sr. of Knchant. 'Hie double t ring vows took place in Me- iKillop United Church with Mr. K Putluml. organist and Waclillcr-Ericksoii h ford Bennett, son of Mr.s. Prank Bennett. Sproule. younger brothers of j (lev. Ken Jordan official erf at (he bride and groom. tlie double-ring ceremony. A reception was held in Ihe Mrs. Roy Rnoed as organist, j Dieppe Memorial Hall with Mr. The United Church Senior Choir W. K. Adams, uncle of the rendered two selections; the j bride, as master nf ccrctntm- i A j- Jutland organist Wedding Prayer, and Oil Per- ies Mr C.eri-y Snaith, also an I Medicine feet Love, uncle of the bride, proposal the I [Ial as soloist Maid of honor wa.- MLss Con- toast to Ihe bride. Open house nie Sproule, sister of (lie bride, rind a dance followed the re- Miss Kathy Walker of Castor ception, Fol lowi ng a honeymoon t rip lo points in British Columbia, the couple has taken up resi- dence in Oalgarv. Linda Kiieen Metlom, daughter After a honeymoon in several of Mr. and Mrs. Alden D. Mel-1 points in the U.S.A. '.he couple Rancho Motor Hotel. MR. AMD MRS. ALLEN JOE SERA Terry Bland, photo Sera-McGillivray Miss Ann-Marie McGillivray. Best man was Mi, Robert daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. j Sera of Let h'b ridge, and j McGillivray: and Mr. Allen -ioe groomsmen were Messrs. Ron- j Sera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex aid Sera, Ian McGillivray and Sera, united in marriage Richard Hirotsu. j in the United Cburcb, Coaldate. Following a reception held at 1 Rev. G. Teles performed Ihe [the Labor Club in Lethbridge, double-ring ceremony. Organist the young couple left on a 1 was Miss Louise Cofell. honeymoon to Vancouver Is- Mrs, Shirley Medve was maid land. of honor. Misses Shirley Mar-; Mr, and Mrs. Sera have taken E! tens, Cheryl Newhy and Caro- i up residence in Lethbridge. i lyn .lanx were bridesmaids. i a farm at Bridesmaids were Miss Dana j Cox of Edmonton and Miss i Brenda Quinlan and Miss Terry 1 Bond. Mr. Gerry Bennett, brother WARNER (HNSI Assump- tion Catholic Church in I.eth- hridge, decorated with of pink roses and sprfr.H flow- ers, was the scene of the re- rent wedding of Miss ,loye Lynno daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Urickson of Warner: and Joseph !.eo Wachller, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Waditler of Milk River Rnv. Kr. Chisholm officiated the double-ring ceremony. Organist v-as Mrs. Wayne (Lois) Curric, and Mrs. Bill (Joyce) Thomas was soloist. Tile bride, g'vcn in marriage by her father, wore a gown of hand-beaded seed pearls on Alceon lace over de soie, with cathedral length train Her veil was held in place hy a m a I c h I n g petal crown head- piece. The bridnl bnmiuel was n cascade of red roses and white ghifiiolus. Maid nf honor was Miss Navoe Herbst of W a r n c r: n J Mr and Mrs friction Mf.ston of Okoloks plca.sccl 1 o an- nounce Mm thrir rlaughlcr. (ImL Ixirrnine, lo .Mr. William son Mr and Mrs. Dnniilrl Mar- .sliall of Uki- a( 7 p.m. un Oclolx-r 7 in OVo- lok.s Cluirch, Mr. ami Mr.s. Knlwrl of plcnsed (o annnnncc