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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD Salurdoy, August 29, (Jut own, AMONG the visitors in the City to help celebrate the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. T. Earle Morris were Mrs. Beatrice Goggin of San Mateo, California, who was Mrs. Morris' bridesmaid; Mrs. Jean Keldhouse of Nelson, B.C. who was a flower girl at the wedding in 1920; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Morris, Cobourg Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morris, Port Hope, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Keys, Trail B.C.; Miss W. Keys, San Diego, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. T. Dudley, Magrath; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gilbert, Northport Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Morris, Trail, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. 1. Popovich and children Tommy and Lor- raine from Kimberley, B.C.' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buijert, Holland; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Morris, Medicine Hat, Mr. and Mrs. F. Thompson, Miss B. Niven, Mrs. S. P. Morris, all of Calgary. Telegrams were received from Governor General and Mrs. Michener, Prime Minister Trudeau, Hon. John Diefen- baker, Hon. K. Stanfield, lieut- Gov. Grant McEwan, Premier H. Strom and Mr. Dean Gund- lock, MLA, as well as from England, Vancouver, Trail, B.C. Nelson, B.C. Detroit Michigan, London Ont. and Toledo Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Morris who have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Morris have returned to their home in Co- bourg Ont. OF TOWN guests, who attended the wedding last weekend, of Miss Judy Schoen- Ing to Mr. Donald Scheurman were: Rev. Father Cropley, New Westminster, B.C. Mr. Douglas Schoening, Montreal, P.Q., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Foote, Eoseville, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zuppen, Sarnia, Ont.; Mrs. Frieda Walters, Winni- peg, Man., Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Walters, Burnaby, B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Domoney, Bowswell, B.C., Mrs. George Clarke, Mr. Len Gundlock all of Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Walters, Vegreville, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ton Hartwig, Bashaw, Alta., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schairman, Trochu, Alta., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Douglas, Rocky Moun- tain House, Alta., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, Mr. and Mrs. G. Terzi, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hawkins all of Calgary; Mrs. F. Schoening, Mrs. Ida Wittkoph, Mr. and Mrs. G. Seboenmg, Mr. Fred Schoening, Mr. and Mrs. W. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. C. Beer, Miss Betty Beer, Mr. and Mrs. J. King and Mr, J. Prins, all of Pincher Creek. MR. AND MRS. JOHN EDWARD SERA JR. photo by A. E. Cross Sera Schweitzer Bishop LeRon F. Low offi- ciated at double ring vows in ;he LDS Church between Joan Darlene Schweitzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Schweit- zer of Lethbridge and Mr. John Edward Sera, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sera of Coaldale. Organist was Mrs. Ellen Nel- son, who accompanied duet singers Mrs. Velda Hirsche and Mr. Farrell Neson, all aunts and unces of the bride. The bride chose a floor- ength gown of jacquard with 'itted waistline, scalloped neck- line and lily-point sleeves. Her hree-tier en train veil was leld with an orchid cluster headpiece. Jewelry was her great grandmother's heirloom necklace. She carried a cas- cade bouquet of yellow roses, stephanotis and fern. Maid of honor was Miss Schweitzer, sister of he bride. Bridesmaids were he Misses Mary Ann Sera and flose Sera; Jr. bridesmaid Hiss Irene Sera; flower girl Hiss Nancy Sera, all sisters of the groom. They wore yellow floor length gowns, empire styled of Lovely Lady lace and carried colonial bouquets of white Shasta daisies and baby's-breath. Best man was Mr. James Sera, brother of the groom Groomsmen were the Messrs Frank Sera, brother of the groom, Robert Pavan, cousin of the groom, Merrill Schweit zer and Curtis Schweitzer, both brothers of the bride. Ring bearers were Master. Max Gibb, Jr. and Miss Tammy Gibb, cousins of the bride. Mr. Max Gibb, was master o ceremonies at a reception helc in the Park Plaza Hotel. Toas to the bride was given by Mr Boral Stone, Uncle of the bride For a honeymoon at points in Montana, Wyoming am Idaho, the bride chose a match ing off-white coat and dress with red accessories, accentec by a corsage o! sweethear roses. The couple now reside in Coaldale. Hasinoff Fair field Marriage vows were ex- changed between Miss Judith Anne Fairfield, daughter oi ttr. and Mrs. R. James Fair- ield of Lethbridge and Mr. Terrence Samuel Brennen Has- noff, son of Dr. and Mrs. )avid Hasinoff of Vermilion. 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 be given every consideration. Reports, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY.................. 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire 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 Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciated at the ceremony per- formed in the Buchanan, Mem- orial Chapel of Southminster United Church. Organist was Mr. W. M. Woolhouse and Mrs. Margaret Mitchell of Edmon- ton was soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs. William M. Hunt, Lethbridge. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Brian B. Hasinoff of Edrnonton and Miss Dorothy Hasinoff of Ver- milion, sister of the groom. Mr. Lester J. McLaughlin of Mannville, Alberta was best man. Groomsmen were Dr. Brian B. Hasinoff, brother of the groom, and Mr. Stanley S. Baldwin, both of Edmonton. Ushering ths guests were the Messrs. David J.- Fairfield, Ed- monton, brothel' of the bride and Colin B..Hasinoff, Vermil- ion, brother of the groom. A reception was held in the Bridge Room of the Park Plaza Hotel. Master of ceremonies was Mr. David J. Fairfield, Edmonton, brother of the bride. Toast to the bride .was given by Mr. John L. Hutch- ings, Calgary, uncle of the bride and the guest book was attended by Mr. Robert J. Fairfield, Lethbridge, brother of the bride. After a honeymoon spent at the West Coast, the young couple are residing in Edmon- ton. White Wedding Hospital While NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. (CP) The bride was dressed in white, and so was the groom. Marvin Haaland, 63, expected to be out of hospital in time for his wedding to Hildur Steen, 65, Sunday, but a case of chick- in pox after an operation forced a longer convalescence than expected. So hospital staff brought the wedding to his hospital room. He and Mrs. Stecn were dress- ed in white isolation smocks, and wlu'te tissue paper flowers and tape recorded wed- ding music they were married by Rev. W. E. Newby. The Lions Gate Hospital staff made a cake, one nurse brought lace from her own wedding and another brought the music, tape-recorded at her nuptials. His doctor popped in for a minute but he just grinned, he said. MR. AND MRS. JAMES RUSSELL BLACKMER photo by de Joyrdan' Blackmer Angyal St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Milk River was the scene of a wedding between Valerie May Angyal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Angyal, Jr. of Milk River and Mr. James Russell Blackmer, son of Mi-, and Mrs. James P. Blackmer of Coutts. Rev. Fr. Mongeau performed the double ring rites. A duet was sung by the Misses Barbara Emard and Terri Emard, who were ac- companied by Mrs. Alice Cody, organist. Maid of honor was Miss Gail Angyal, sister of the bride of Milk River. The Misses Brenda Angyal, sister of the bride, Milk River and Peggy Black- mer sister of the groom from Coutts were bridesmaids. Flow- er girl was Miss Jeanette Ang yal, sister of the bride from Milk River. Mr. Bill Mellafont of Coutts was best man. Groomsmen were the Messrs, Brian Lippa Coutts and Greg Miller, cousin of the bride, Milk River. Ush- ers were Mr. Ron Angyal o Milk River, cousin of the brid and Mr. Raymond Blackmer o Coutts, brother of the groom Ring bearer was Master Trev or Miller of Saskatoon, Sask. cousin of the bride. An open house and danc< were held at the Elks Hall in Milk River. After a honemoon in B.C and the United States, th couple will be residing in Leth bridge. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I feel like a murderer, which I am, in a way, but it was a choice I had to make. A choice between hitting that beautiful collie puppy or running off the road into a. telephone pole and maybe killing my wife and two children. I was well within the speed limit. It was a perfect moonlit night. The visibility couldn't have been better. Then, out of nowhere, that beautiful puppy appeared. I thought for a moment he was going to make it. Then suddenly, for no reason, he stopped right in the middle of the road. I had to make the choice. So I ran over him. The kids were asleep in the back. I'm thankful for that. The thump of the wheels didn't awaken them. But my wife was awake and she let out a small cry. We were both too heartsick to speak. Finally she said, "No point in going back. The car coming in the opposite direction ran over him, too." The accident upset me so I had to go to the doctor to get nerve medicine. He told me I was he knew of a whole family that had been killed because they tried to avoid hitting a cat in the road. So, I guess I should look at it tiiat way. But please print my letter, Ann. It might alert dog o'.vners to the necessity of keeping their pets off the Depressed DEAR FRIEND: Your doctor's remarks were most ap- propriate. Think about his wise comments when the guilt begins to overwhelm you. You did the right thing. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Help me, please. I am going with a very attractive man. He wants to marry me and soon. I cannot make up my mind. Here are the facts. He has been married and divorced twice. I would be lying if I said this does not bother me, because it does. He is one of the most impressive men I have ever well built, successful in his business and an excellent athlete. He is a man's man as well as a woman's man. And now the drawback: he has a temper that flares up for no reason. I find myself weighing and measuring my words, never knowing what will set him off. One innocent sentence can spoil an evening. And when he gets mad, he gets physical. Last night he twisted my arm. I thought he had dislocated my shoulder, but it was all right this morning. His temper outbursts occur about once every week or ten days. He is sorry lie is as sweet as apple pie. OD balance, do you think he would make a good hus- band? My mother says nobody's every girl must give up something to get something. What do you say? in Boulder DEAR UNDECIDED: Give up something else. A man who twists your arm during courtship might break your neck after marriage. This romance is like forget it, doll. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please don't think I am being morbid but this problem is keeping me up nights. I was married to my first husband (Mr. Smith) for 41 years. When he died four years ago we bought a double plot. I want to be buried next to him. 1 was married three months ago to Mr. Jones. What name should I have on my headstone? Wouldn't it look odd M Mrs. Jones was buried next to Mr. DEAR 1NSPMN1AC: The headstone should rend, "Mrs. Maiy Smith Jones." Do you feel ill at ease out of It? Is everybody having a good time but you? Write for Ann Landers' booklet, "The Key To enclosing with your request 35 cents in coin and n long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. MR. AND MRS. DENNIS GRUENWAID photo by de Jourdan's Gruenwald Matisz Diane Marie Matisz, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matisz became the bride of Mr. Dennis John Gruenwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Gruenwald, all of The wedding mass, performed in the Assumption Church, was concelebrated by Fr. R. De- Billy, parish priest, Fr. F. Ca- hill, Calgary and Frs. M. Kuef- ler, E. Kuefler and J. Kuefler, uncles of the bride. Fr. Mathias Kuefler preached the Sermon of Circumstance and Father Juniper Kuefler received the double ring vows. Mrs. Vera Sinclair was organist, and solo- ist was Dr. M. T. Melling, both of Lethbridge. Maid of honor was Miss Bev- erley Soady of Seattle, Wash- ington and Miss Leah Morrison of Calgary was bridesmaid. Miss Connie-Jean Matisz was junior bridesmaid and flower girl was Miss Elizabeth-Anne Matisz, both sisters of the bride from Lethbridge. Mr. Tom Gruenwald, brother of the groom of Lethbridge was the best man. The Messrs. Denis Matisz of Toronto and Alan Matisz, Lethbridge, broth- ers of the bride and Gerald Gruenwald of Mannville, Al- berta, brother of the groom, ushered the guests. After a reception held In Ericksen's Family Restaurant the couple spent thir honey- moon at the Northwestern United States coast and Vic- toria, B.C. The couple will be residing in Calgary. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Golden H. Jen- sen of Taber are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Susan Har- riet, to Mr. Cameron T. Charl- ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Charlton of Millicent, Al- berta. The wedding took place at the L.D.S. Church in Leth- bridge with Bishop Ted Clifton officiating. The couple are presently residing in Leth- bridge. Forthcoming Marriages Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Wil- liams, of Arrowwood, Alberta are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Pamela Margaret, to Mr. Randall Ross Nattress, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Nattress of Milk River. The wedding will take place on October 9 at 7 p.m. in Cam- brain Heights Church of Christ, Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Poberz- nick of Skiff are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their only daughter, Cheryle Jean, to Mr. Donald Bernhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bernhart of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on October 3 at 3 p.m. In The Immanuel Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Nikkei of Coaldale, are happy to- an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage cf their daughter, Wilma Sharlene, to Mr. Jack Neufeldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Neu- feldt of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on September 4 at 7 p.m. in McKillop United Church. SEPTEMBER VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Eldon M. Peterson of Welling are happy to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Mr. Stev- en Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Parley R. Campbell of Rigby, Idaho. The wedding will take place on September 3 in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. i Adult High School Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education FALL SEMESTER: Preparatory and Matriculation classes begin Wednesday, September 2, or Thurs- day, September 3, and end Wednesday, December 17 or Thursday, December 18. Upgrading classes begin Tuesday, September 29 and end Thursday, December 10 Each course operates two evenings per week p.m. throughout the 16- week schedule. COURSES OFFERED HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY BIOLOGY 120 TT CHEMISTRY 120 ,.-.........MW ENGLISH 120 ._............, TT FRENCH 120 MW MATHEMATICS 110.......... MW MATHEMATICS 120 MW PHYSICS 120................ TT HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION BIOLOGY 130 MW CHEMISTRY 130............... TT ENGLISH 130 TT FRENCH 130 TT MATHEMATICS 130.......... MW MATHEMATICS 131........... TT PHYSICS 130 MW SOCIAL STUDIES 130......... MW FABRICS 20 and 30 times and dates to be announced. UPGRADING Basic English................TT English. 80 TT Mathematics 80............. MW Science 80 MW TT indicates classes will operate each Tuesday and Thursday. MW indicates classes will operate each Monday and Wednesday. Courses labelled 130 are equivalent to iTie regular Grade XII level subjects. Courses labelled 120 equivalent to the regular Grade XI level subjects. Courses labelled 110 equivalent to the regular Grade X level subjects. CREDITS RECEIVED MAY BE USED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR FOR UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE FEES: per Course NOTE: Students registered in a regular high school may not register in the evening High Schop! Program without permission of ths principal of the high school. Applications must be accompanied by o deposit of which will Included in the total cost of each course. Balance of fees are due and payable on opening niglll of the class. Deadline for application In each course is one week prior to the date scheduled for tho class to begin. Tuition fee-, listed for each course are based on tho length of tho course and the maferials and equipment provided. Registration may be made in person at the College or by mailing the completed application form together with the requir- ed fee. The College reserves ths right to with- draw any course for which there Is in- sufficient demand. People who have rogisfered in a course which has to be cancelled will be notified and will have their foes refunded, For Further Information Please Contact: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lcllihridne Community College Lethbridge, Alberta 327-2141 REGISTRATION FORM Please complete this form and return It, together with the prescribed fee, to School of Conlinuing Education, Leth- bridge, Alberlo. NAME Address.......................... Telephone....... Occupation I wish to register in the following course Course Nome........ Course Nome Fee: Receipt No........... Dale ;