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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August MR AND MRS JAMES EDWARD DAWSON Dawson- Simmons Double-ring mairiage vows were exchanged between Miss Nancy Carol Simmons daughter of Mr and Mis Bernaid S Simmons, and James Edward Dawson son of Mr and Mrs E J Dawson All are ol Lethbndge Officiating at the ceremony which took place in Southmmster United Church was Rev Ken Morns Organist was Mr A K Putland with soloist Rae John- ston Maid of honor was Susanne Simmons sister of the bride Bridal attendants were Nola Simmons and Barb Riehl Best man was Reg Dawson of Edmonton brother of the groom Groomsmen were Bob deJouidan and John Jorgenson ol lion Springs reception was held in the Carolina Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel, with Craig Simmons brother of the bride as master of ceremonies Toast to the bride was given by Pat Spanos Attending the guest book was Margaiet Simmons of Oakland Calif Special guest was Herb Sim mons grandfather ot the bride who travelled from The couple have taken up residence in Lethbndge PHOKX.R 416-13th Street North, Lethbndge Phones 327-7449. Res. 328-3523 This is the language of Love A Pleasure, A Treasure A Gift without measure This is the Beauty of Love Mystical, Lyrical, Always a miracle This is the wonder of Love Call us and ask to have us send you Our new wedding information sheet Phone 327-7449 MR AND MRS CLAY DENNIS RICHARDSON VandenHeuvel Double-ring wedding vows were recently exchanged in St Patrick s Roman Catholic Church between Miss Mary Margaret VandenHeuval, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter VandenHeuval of Lethbridge, and Clay Dennis Richardson, son of Mr and Mrs George Richardson of Creston BC Rev J A Carroll and Rev Frank McCartv officiated at the ceremony Organist was MR AND MRS DOUGLAS McCALLUM NEE LYNN HUNT It's "the indoor-outdoor age studio formals plus garden portraiture at no extra ex- pense. Now a greater selec- tion at one convenient loca- tion. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW AT Across from the CPR Station Phone 327-2658 Mrs Maurice Landry, with soloist Mrs Pisko Matron of honor was Darcelle Lundeen, with bridal attendants Claire Mereski and Nellv Srebernich Flowergirl was Shawna VandenHeuval, niece of the bride, with ringbearer Tony VandenHeuval, nephew of the bride Best man was Barry Skillmg cousin of the groom, with groomsmen Frank VandenHeuval brother of the bride and Ken Winter, brother-in-law of the groom A reception was held at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel with master of ceremonies Leo VandenHeuval, brother of the bride The toast to the bride was proposed by Bob Hogenwonmg, attending the guest book was Yvonne Hogenwonmg Special guests in attendence were Cor VandenHeuval and Mrs Riek Van Dyk, both from Holland, aunt and uncle of the bride Following a honeymoon trip to Banff the couple took up residence in Calgary MR AND MRS. EMOND ROCHELEAU Rocheleau Rozycki St Basil s Roman Catholic Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Teresa Rozycki daughter of Mr and Mrs K Rozycki of Lethbridge, and Emond Rocheleau son of Mrs N Rocheleau of Calgary The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev Manen with a nuptial mass following Matron of honor was Mrs Jirr Zook with bridal attendants Debbie Mihalik and Flora Altien Best man was Ray Rocheleau of Olds brother of the groom Groomsmen were Ron Rocheleau of Calgary brother of the groorn, and Jim Zook A reception was held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant with Mr A Kolodziej as master of ceremonies The toast to the bride was proposed by Mr N Paziuk Arlene Malec cousin of the bride, attended the guest book Following a three week noneymoon trip to Mexico City, Puerta Vallarta and Acapulco, Mr and Mrs Rocheleau took up residence in Lethbridge forthcoming marriages Mr William J Sleightholm and Mrs Shirley Sleightholm of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Gail Susan, to Harvey A Nikkei, son of Mr and Mrs Jake Nikkei of Coaldale The wedding will take place on September 21 at 4 p m in the Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church Mr and Mrs C W Dougherty are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Patricia Louise to Hal Reece Laughhn, son of Mr and Mrs H R Laughhn, all of Lethbridge The marriage will take place on August 31 at 7 p m in First United Church Mr and Mrs Kenneth M Bateman are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Arnon Diane, to Terry L Livingstone son of Mrs Wilma Livingstone, all are of Edmonton The wedding will take place on September 7 at the Alberta Temple Mr and Mrs William A Craik of Lethbndge are pleas- ed to announce the forthcom- ing marriage of their daughter Eleanor Margaret, to Sgt Vincent Francis Tracey, son ol Mr and Mrs William Tracey of Columbia, South Carolina The wedding will take place on October 5 at 4 p m in St Andrew s Presbyterian Church Mr and Mrs Clifford Cole are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Alice Diana, to Garry Brian Yoshmaka, son of Mr and Mrs George Yoshmaka all of Lethbndge The wedding will take place on September 21 at 3 p m in the First United Church edding Mr and Mrs John H Dvck ot Coaldale are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Julie Anne, to Dave Bessey son of Mr and Mrs Don Bessey of Niagara Falls Ont The wedding took place August 24 at 4 30 p m in Calvary Church, St Catherine s Ont Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: I go along with "Reluctant in Chicago He and I must be dating the same girls I neither idolize women nor do I use them for doormats I approach them as equals and friends But it seems like 90 per cent of the chicks I've been wining and dining are off on an ego trio, playing one game after another Not one is interested in developing a mature, lasting relationship The "reject's" date who told him he was "too serious, too sensitive and too in- secure" sounds like the broad I took out Sunday night Those words were so familiar they must be part of her canned routine to disguise her own hang-ups I am 28, an attorney, not handsome, but no freak You asked the guy who wrote, "Where do you find those barracudas9" Then you advis- ed him to fish in other waters Pray tell, where are those 'other Tell me so I can fish there, too Carbon Copy Dear Carb: He didn't say where he'd been but I'll bet he was making the cocktail lounges, bars and usual run-of-the-mill singles joints where girls go to get picked up The best way to meet de- cent people is THROUGH de- cent people Let your friends know you want to be in- troduced Adult education classes and hobby clubs are worth looking at Travel can turn up some interesting and smart women And never pass up an invitation to a wedding For some unexplamable reason, that's where a great many people find their mates Dear Ann Landers: I'm a 26-year-old happily married woman with a master of arts degree in sociology Recently, while on a school business trip one of the male faculty members put his aim around me while I was speaking with the host of a college we were visiting I was deeply em- barrassed by his un- professional conduct and tried to pull away He deliberately kept a firm grasp on me During those anxiety-filled moments I kept thinking, "What would Ann Landers do if she were in my place9' How about if Beet Red Dear Red: I would have wrestled free of the clod even if it meant landing him on his head The embarrassment would be HIS not mine How much do you know about pot, L.S.D., cocaine, speed, meth, uppers and downers, glue and Are all these drugs dangerous9 Get Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." Let us recall your in Portraits TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY "CARRIAGE HOUSE" 1224 3rd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone 327-2673 Stately Classics and radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY has changed The Difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 710-3rd Ave. S. 328-022? ;