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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LFIIIBRIOGE HERAID SolurHoy, Auouil 26, 1172 a aqemen ts a Mrs. M. Doi'ome of Comte- nay, B.C., and Mr. A. Cambrin of Vancouver are pleased to announce ttie forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Lor- raine Riva Cambrin, to Mr. Harold E. Major, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Major of Kin- ley, Sash. Tlie wedding will take place on September 'i at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Lcthbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin of Coaldale wish to announce I he engagement of their youngest daughter, Barbara .lean lo Mr Hclnnit Gicsbrechl, son of Mi and Mrs. .lake (liesbrecht of Surrey, The wedding will lake place on September 2 at -I p.m. in Ihs Coakiale Mcnnonile Con- ference Church. MR. AND MRS. GARY GRAHAM MORRISON Priestly's, photo Morrison-Qtl Southmimlcr United Chnrcli WES the setting recently f o r the early evening wedding of Deeidra "Alice Oil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Dutlin, and Gary Graham Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. (Hoss) Morrison, all of Leth- bridge. Reverend It. W. K. Elliott of- ficiated at the double ring ceremony with Mr. A. K. Put- lanri as Soloist Mrs. Man' Thompson sang the theme from Love Story during the signing of Ihe register. Miss Vanessa Stasiuk was maid of honor, with Miss Deb- hie Blenner Hassctt, Miss Karen Hinatsu and Miss Linda Morris as bridesmaids. Flowergirl was Bonnie Hinat- su. ringbearcr was Norman Druhnn. Best man was Mr. Pern 1'cmicr with groomsmen and ushers Mr. Jerry Shimck of Turin. Mr. Kick Patterson and Mr. lion Woodman. A reception and dance follow cd at the Park Plaza Motor llolcl with music by Muller's Milan. Makcrs of Foremost. Mr. Clin- ton Pierson of Stirling was master of cermonics and Mr, G. Bruckner of Calgary, broth- er-in-law of 11) c bride, pro- posed the toast to the bride. I The guest book was attended by Miss Samantha Sheridan. Following a honeymoon spent in B.C. and Alberta, Mr. and Mrs. Morrison have taken up residence in Lcthbridge. MR, AND MRS. BEN H. NORTON Norlon-Weibc Boyden-Runge Miss Janice M. daugh-1 ler of Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Weibe of lllaine, Wash., and Mr. lien If. Norton, son of Rev- erend and Mrs. Clarence Nor- ton of Calgary, were united in marriage in Birch Bay Men- nonitc Brethren Church. The ceremony was performed by the father of the groom anil Reverend Ed Organist was Mrs. Mildrcn Hew, ac- ccmpanied by Miss Clark, flautist. The bride designed her gown of white crepe which was cov- ered with chiffon and had lace SWIHART-DAY Sharon Lynne Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. C. Day and Richard Dwighl Swiharr, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Swihort, all of Fort Maclood, were married en July 15 in Trinity United Church, Fort Madncd, with ihe and Mrs. W. E. officiating. The couple will be residing in Lelhbridge A. E. Cross, photo bodice and cuffs. She wore a three-tier illusion veil and car- ried wliile gamella anrl yellow rosebuds. Maid of honor was MLss Sue Ifeiherl with Mr. Ken Pease as best man and Mr. Scott Stein as lusher. Tho guest book was attended by Miss Mavis Fadcnrccht. Following a reception held at Ihe social hall of the Birch Hay Church, Ihe couple travelled to the Olianogan and Banff for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Norton will re- side in Calgary. Double ring wedciing vows were exchanged in Our of Assumption Church Irclween Eileen Marie Rungc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Runge; and Gary Michael Tioydcn, of Cranbrook, B.C., son of Mr. ami Mrs. Peter .Boydcn, of Lcthbridge. Reverend. Father Chisholm officiated. Organist was Miss Marie Hrynkiw with soloist Miss Jan Patterson. Matron of honor wa.s Mrs. Patricia Johnson with brides- maids Miss Elsa Simioni, Miss Joyce Pisko and Miss Nadinc Boyrien, sister of the groom. Best man was Mr. Neil Boy- den, brother of Ihe groom Groomsmen were Mr. Dary Boydcn and Mr. Brian Boyden ;oth brothers of the groom, Mr. Ken Rungc, brother of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Brian John- son and Mr. Allan Hoyden, brother of the groom. Mrs. Sharon Runge attended the guesthook. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Carl llorak of Calgary, with Mr. Kit Robinson of Ponoka propos- ing the toast to the bride. Following a reception and dance held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant, the couple travelled to Los Angeles and other points in the United States (or a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Doyden will re- side in Cranbrook, B.C. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT LLOYD LISEVICH Lisemch-Seeman Miss 7ida-Malle Sceman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eug- ene Seaman of Lcthbridge, and Mr. Robert Lloyd Laevich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Lisc- vich of Myrnam, Alberta, were uniled in a double ring mar- riage ceremony which took place in St. Anthony's Church, Edmonton. Reverend Father James Daly officiated at tu.e Nuptial Mass, with organi't Sister Eileen Sch- uller. Solois was Brother Dona- tus Vcrvoort, singing Panis Angelicas. Maid of honor was Miss Irene Borowski r.f Fort McMurray. Mrs. Claim Vukadinovic of Edmonton v-vis matron of honor. Junior bridesmaids, were Miss Myrna Lisevich, of Myr- nam sister of the groorn and Miss Lisa Nirk of IxfthhrUlgc. Mr. Frederick Lisevich of Edmonton, brother of the groom, was best man; with Mr. Handy Fowle of Bonny- ville and Mr. Rodoric Beanjot of Edmonton as ushers. Trie guest book was attend- ed by Misses Karin and Etta loth of Lcthbridr-c. Following a reception and dance he'd at Lake Eden Ilcsort, the couple left for a honeymoon trip to B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Lisevich a i residing in Edmonton whi i the groorn i.s practising 1olh of Out-of-town guesls included Jie groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Carlson of Sydney, Mrs, Mary of Victoria, grandmother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gotllied of Culver Cily, Calif., sister and brother-in-law of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Harold PankiaU and family of Inuvik, N.W.T.; and Mr. and Mrs. Hay Parkinson of Shilo, Man., sis- ter anrl brotlx-r-in-law- of the groom. Following a reception and dance held at the Royal Cana- dian Ixigion Memorial Hall the couple travelled to Vicloria for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson will re- side at ?Mtt 2Mb Ave. K. HAPPY UNION AND UK-UNION A graduate of Ihe Girls Train ing Institute in Madras was re ccntly married to a graduate o the Saligram lioys Home in the samt! city. Both institutions arc sponsored by Ihe Unitarian Scr vice Committee, and the marri age ceremony was planned It coincide will) a visit lo Madra: by Lotta Ilitschrnanova ulive Director of Ihc USC IlrJ Headquarters is at Sparks St., Ottawa. clay like no other Pholoqrophcr BRYAN LOVE IS Inviling (ho "BEST MAN" To Capture and Porlray Your Very Own Personal Lovo Story As Seen Through Tho Bride's Misly Eyes. RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 ;