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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHDRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Auguil 22, 1970 Forthcoming Marriages Mr. and Mrs. A. Glen Jensen of Lelhbridge take pleasure in announcing the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Sheila Lenora, to Mr. Robert P. Krawchuk of Toron- to, son of Mrs. Ilcne Krawchuk and the late Mr. Krawchuk of Bayfield, Ontario.________ _ Wedding Bell For Strains' SoivDanghter Wedding betis are to be a familiar senna in the home of Premier and Mrs. Harry E. Strom. Their daughter Beverly Kuth Strom, 27, will wed Ken- neth Ross Bygravc, 27, of Cal- gary on Augi's' 23 nnd son, Ron- ald James Strom, 19. will mar- ry Patricia Ellen Keats, 19, on Sept. 4. The Strom-Bygrave wedding will be held in MeLaunn Me- morial Baptist Church in Ed- monton and the Keats-Strom wedding in the Evangelical Free Church also of Edmonton. The wedding will take place September 12 in UK Alberta Temple, Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Anderson wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Bonnie Joyce, to Mr. Marion Alexan- der Gushowatyj, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gushowatyj, all of Lethbridge. The wedding is to take place on September 5 at 7 p.m. in Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Williams of Boise, Idaho are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Anita Lynn, to Mr. Richard Melvin Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin G. An- derson of Lethbridge 'Hie wedding will take place August 27 in the Idaho Falls Temple. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ostler wish to announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Eileen Barbara to Mr. David William Bilyk of Vegreville. The marriage is to take place at St. Martins Roman Catholic Church in Vegreville, Septem- ber 19 at 3 p.nr. Mrs. Max Malmberg Is pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of her eldest daughter, Karen Ann, to Mr. Ben Reimer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer, all of Coal- dale. The wedding will take place at p.m. on September 5 in the Coaldalo United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koci of Blairmore are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Patricia Hayashi, to Mr. Rick Gillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Gillis of Blairmore. The wedding will take place September 5 in the Blairmore United Church. Mrs. Ellen A. Pavan of Cal- gary is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Colleen Joan, to Mr. Douglas Roy Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson, of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on September 5 at 4 p.m. in McKilop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Antoni Sikora are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Maria Barbara to Mr. Richard Daniel Jankowiak, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jan- kowiak, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on September 5 at p.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearce of Wetaskiwin wish to announce the engagement of their only daughter, Leslie, to Mr. Roger Kaun, son of Mrs. Virginia Kaun and the late Mr. Frederick Kaun of Lethbridge. Canadian Feminists Favor Aug. 26 TORONTO (CPJ Canadian feminists are applauding in the background a campaign by women in the United States to make Aug. 2fi a day of equal- ity with men. But Dorothy Curzon, spokes- man for the New Feminists in Toronto, said Tuesday Cana- dian women are "not quite ready" to go as far as the American campaign and desist from lovemaking and house- keeping on that day. "We are coming out in sup- port of the American wonren but are not going to do anything us she said. The American liberation group has chosen Aug. 26 be- cause it is the 50th anniversary of women's suffrage in the U.S. On that day, women are urged to stop cooking and cleaning, and to drop their babies in then- husband's or bosses' laps. At night, they are supposed to reject their hus- bands' advances. Try Before You Boy! UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION GSJ SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. _____Phone 328.5447 MAICO The wedding will take place on September 5 in the United Church in Wetaskiwin. The forthcoming marriage is announced of Sharon Mossey, daughter of Mrs. Gordon and the late Mr. Mossey of Lethbridge, to Mr. James Ehlert, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Henry Ehlert of Colenran. The wedding will take plice September 5 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. r s t Mr. am! Mrs. Marvin C. Culler of Lethbridge wish to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Sherrill Barbara, to Mr. Donald Malcolm Holgate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Holgate of Prince Rupert, B.C. The wedding is to take place on September 12, at 3 p.m. in ;he Buchanan Memorial Chap- el, Southminster United Church. MR. AND MRS. ROSS ASH Ash Wooli The Alberta Temple in Card- ston was the scene of a wed- ding between Peggy Marlene Woolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Woolf of Leth- bridge and Mr. C. Ross Ash, son of Mrs. Annie Ash of Ray- mond. President J. Golden Snow officiated at the double ring vows. Maid of honor was Miss Gayla Woolf, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Linda Cook and Hiss Kathleen Ash, sister of the groom, all of Leth- bridge. Best man was Mr. Donald Bakken of Lethbridge. Grooms- men were the Messrs. Gordon L. Woolf, brother of the bride, and Melvin Hartley, both of Lethbridge. A reception was held in the LDS Church auditorium on 10th Avenue, South. Aftr a honeymoon spent !n Banff, the couple plan to reside in Lethbridge. MR. AND MRS. ADRIAN VAN DEN ELZEN Fan Den Elzen De Jong Rev. Fr. J. Carroll officiated at the double ring ceremony of Miss Mary de Jong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore de Jong of Lethbridge and Mr. Adrian Van den Elzen, son of Mrs. Karl Van den Elzen of Gemert, Holland. The'wedding took place in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. Miss Cheryl Wcntz was organist and Miss Betty Kolodziej, soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Mar- garet de Jong and Miss Cathy de Jong Was bridesmaid, both sisters of the bride. Flower girl was Miss Jacqueline de Jong, sister of the bride and Master Bobby de Jong, brother of the bride, was ringbearer. Mr. Andre Oosterbroek of Picture Butte was best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Van den Elzen, brother of the groom, St. Catherines, Ontario and Mr. John de Jong, brother of the bride of Medicine Hat. A reception was held in the Scandinavian Hall. After a honeymoon trip to Banff, the couple are residing in Co'aldale. Ragsclale- Graham Marriage vows were ex- changed between Debra Teresa, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Graham, War- ner and Mr. Joseph Albert Kagsdale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ragsdale, Lister, B.C. Rev. J. D. Elhard officiated at the double ring ceremony held in the Warner Memorial Evan- gelical Church. Mrs. Ken (Flor- ence) Oswald, aunt of the bride, from McClusky, North Dakota, was organist. Mrs. Bill (Joyce) Thomas sang the Hawaiian Wedding Song ac- companied at the piano by Mrs. Wayne (Lois) Currie and guitarist Mr. Rod Nagel. Church decorations were summer bouquets of pink and turquoise flowers and similar colored ribbons marking the pews. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length A-line dress of white nylon brocade over pink taf- feta, trimmed with pink lace and white seed pearls down the front. Her two layered tulle veil dotted with seed pearls was held in place by a seed pearl tiara. Jewelry was her Get What You Pay For Choosing Carpets Often Confusing By CAROL PASCOE MONTREAL (CP) Car- pet customers who are shop- ping tor floor covering can count on getting exactly what they pay for, providing they w Your Guide Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visits our Giff Registry, it's the beginning of many happy ex- periences. As she selects the and colors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift- giving which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult these records as they shop for wedding gifts and later of anniversary and holiday times. Jon Raymond Bonnie Anderson Shnrdlow Elda Vesnover Shirley McCoy Colleen Payan Karen Malmbcrg Janet Tanner Nadia Allier! Kathy Ross Karen McKenzle Wendy KrUtjanson Sharon Berg Doreen Grouette Debbie Jensen Our Bride List DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Phona 327-5767 do business with a reputable store. It is easy to become con- fused when a salesman rattles off a wide variety of names, labels and descriptions of car- petings, says Bill Boyd, head of the carpet division of Mon- santo Canada Ltd. For example, a customer who thinks she is ready to buy carpeting simply because a tough choice between colors has been made is often dis- couraged with the seemingly limitless selection of broad- loom, wool, acrilan, polyester, nylon, viscose, polypropylene, tufted, foam-back, etc. floor coverings. What do they all mean? Which should she buy? Complicating the decision is the fact that carpeting is an occasional purchase, and, for most people, it has to last a long time. After a car and a house, carpeting is one of the more desirable items in a household and represents a fairly large expenditure. Therefore, t h e consumer should take a crash course in carpeting so that she can make an independent deci- sion. The first thing to realize is that wool, acrilan, nylon, polyester, polypropylene and viscose are fibres from which carpels are made. Furthermore, the generic fibres are advertised and la- belled under the trademark irlenlificalion of each fibre producer and are not neces- sarily identical in perform- ance. Tufted, printed, ivilton and axminster are methods by which they arc manufactured. Foam-b a c k e d, secondary- backed and pre-wovcn are forms of backing, while broadloom, which often brings to mind an inch-thick expanse of expensive, plush material, is actually just seamless wide-width carpelinfi of any quality. Rugs, as opposed to carpet- ing which must be laid wall to wall, are manufactured to a specific size and require no special installation. Armed with this knowledge, the next step is to visit an honest floor-covering store- not one offering quickie dis- counts or suspiciously good ask the advice of the salesman. EXPERIENCE COUNTS If he's on his toes, he'll dis- cuss' with the customer the area to be carpeted, deter- mine traffic, desired texture, style and color, and then rec- ommend which carpets fit all her needs while staying within the budget. Do not assume, though, that because he recommends an expensive carpet he is just trying to earn a big commis- sion on the sale, says Mr. Boyd. A good salesman knows from experience which car- pets will perform adequately in which environments. How- ever, the conscientious con- sumer will benefit from hav- ing studied a few facts about each fibre and iis characteris- tics. Wool, the tracliitonal carpet fibre, has proved itself over a considerable period of lime. Its resilience and wearing qualities make wool ideal for living rooms, dens, master bedrooms, in fact any room which must bear heavy traf- fic. Hardesl-wearing of the fibres is nylon. It is easy to clean and is excellent for heavy traffic. Polypropylene is another man-made fibre which is soil- resistant, hard-wearing, easy to clean and intended for dur- ability. It performs best in low-pile constructions. ;istcr Laurel's white pearl ohokcr. She carried a bouquet of pink delight roses and white carnations. Maid of honor was Miss Bobbie Kanigan, and brides- maid was Miss Valerie Gra- lam, sister of the bride, both of Warner. They wore floor englh, A-line dresses of tur- quoise crystal sliet-r with large bows at the back, comple- mented by rhinestone tiaras and silver ribbon. Best man was Mr. James Sawalsky, Warner. Ushers were the Messrs. Garth Gra- ham, brother of the bride and iordon Froese, Lethbridge. The reception, held at the Warner School Auditorium, fea- tured a bride's table with a white wedding cake, nnd a miniature bridal party ascend- ing, flanked by silver baskets of white gladiolus and blue delphiniums.. Guest tables were centred with small bouquets of summer flowers. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Kobert Lien, Warner. Grace was given by Rsv. Ken Oswald, of Mc- Clusky, uncle of the bride, and toast to the bride given by Mr. Bill Thomas, Warner. Mrs. James (Carol) Sawatsky, at- tended the guest book, and gifts in charge of Mr. and Mrs, Erling Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Woitte, all of Warner. Serving the wedding cake were Ihe Misses Anita Bennink, niece of the groom, Stirling, Laurel Graham, sister of the bride, Warner, Lavine Oswald, niece of Ihe bride of McClusky, Donna Lien, cousin of the bride and Julie-Ann Elke, both of Warner. The program in- cluded a piano solo by Miss Janet Graham, Lethbridge, vocal solo by Miss Linda Thomas, Warner, accompanied by Miss Debbie Cronkhite, New Dayton, and a saxophone solo by Mr. Alan Morris, accompan- ied by Miss Karen Elliott, both of Warner. For her honeymoon to points in B.C., the bride wore a dress of coral jersey with white ac- cessories, accented by a cor- sage of white stephanotis and coral ribbon. They will make their home at New Dayton. Out of town guests were from North Dakota, Californ- ia, Creslon, Cranbrook and Lis- ter, B.C., Calgary, Edmonton, Fairview, Stirling and Leth- bridge. MR.'AND MRS. ALLAN DALE YOUNG Young-Jensen Mr. Allan Dale Young, son of pant suit accented by a whit __j -IT. orchid. After a two week honeymoon in Vancouver, the couple are residing at Bossman, Montana Double ring vows were ex- changed between Frances frella Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Young, all of Lethbridge. The ceremony took place at Mc- Killop United Church and was officiated by Rev. Doug Walker. Mr. Arthur K. Putland, organist, accompanied Mrs. Frank Gelleny, soloist. The bride chose a white nylon floor length gown, with a pink satin ribbon attached at the empire waistline. White daisy lace trimmed the sleeves, bodice, hemline and edge of the train. Her three tier veil was held in place by a pill box shaped headpiece, also trim- med with lace. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and mauve carnatrons with) a touch of baby's breath. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dennis Lagler of Bellevue. Bridesmaids were the Misses Sharon Newton, cousin of the bride and Cindy Young, sister of the groom, both of Leth- bridge. Flower girl was Miss Sherrie Steinbrenner of Coal- dale, niece of the bride. They were attired in floor length gowns of pink dotted Swiss, trimmed with white lace. Their bouquets of mauve and pink carnations were set at the base of white lace fans. Mr. Gary Young of Calgary, brother of the groom was best man. Groomsmen were the Messrs. Hick Tanner and Terry Steen, both of Lethbridge. Ringbearer was Master Larry Steinbrenner of Coaldals, neph- ew of the bride. Ushering the guests were Messrs. Leonard Steinbrenner of Coaldale, bro- ther-in-law of the bride, and Don Lunn of Lacombe, bro- ther-in-law of the groom. A dance followed the recep- tion held in the Scandinavian Hall. Mr. Ken Newton was master of ceremonies and the guest book attended b. Miss Carol Hay of Lethbridge For her going away outfi the bride wore a rose and whiti Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Spear of Tallmadge, Ohio an- nounce the marriage of their daughter Jo Anne to Dr. Brian D. Blackboume of Key Bis- cayne, Florida, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lome H. Blackbourne of Lethbridge. The marriage took place August 8 in the Faith Lutheran Church, Akron, Ohio. While They Last! 1970 TOYOTA COROLLAS TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Count Highway Phone 327-3165 Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The lethbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page In "The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will given every consideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The standard wedding report form, (available at REPORT ONLY.................. 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would additional io that provided sr, The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the report will then be charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-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 Lethbridge Herald ;