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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 3, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 Hill ISllilllllllltti IKS MR. AND MRS. KENNETH NORMAN STEED Steed - Turner The wedding of Miss Cynthia Gail Turner, only daughter of Mr. and Airs. Keith S. Turner of Raymond; and Mr. Kenneth Norman Steed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V, Steed, was recently solemnized in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. President J. Golden Snow, great-uncle of the bride, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride wore a Goethe gown with Swiss embroidered lace front panel, matching Juliet cap and train - length veil. She carried a nosegay of roses and carnations. Bridal attendants were Mrs. T. Matkin of Edmonton, matron of honor; Mrs. It. Forsythe of Calgary; and the Misses Fran-cine, Lcris and Adele Holloway, foster sisters of the bride. All wore matching floor - length gowns of deep blue crystalline, with the bib front outlined in a flounce of ribbon and lace. Each carried a single, long-stemmed rose. Mr. LeRoy Whitehead of Calgary was best man, and ushers were the bride's brothers: Messrs. Reed J. Turner of Provo, Utah; and Murray and Scott Turner of Raymond. A wedding dinner, followed by a short program, was held at noon for family and close friends, with Mr. Reed J. Turner as master of ceremonies. Bishop James D. Bridge proposed the toast to the bride, to which the groom responded. A reception was held late? Puzzled With Your Wedding Plant? Pick up your complimentary QUESTION AND ANSWER CIRCULAR You will find the ontw�ri to the questions most commonly cuked by brides-to-be M-J TH&HERALD PRINTER* Box 516 -Lethbridge. Phone 327-3203 Cor. 7th SI. & 5th Ave. S. Crowsnest Pais Agent VERN DECOUX - Bloirmore Phone 562-2149 in the Taylor Stake House, with Mr. and Mrs. Garth Wright as hosts, Miss Betty Jane Cole-man of Edmonton attending the guest book and Miss Ronna By am of Calgary in charge of gifts. Receiving guests were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Turner; also Mrs. George McKamey, Mrs. Irving Scott and Mrs. Joseph Dusk, aunts of the bride. Out-of-town guests attended from Utah; Great Falls, Mont; Thunder Bay, Ont; Vancouver, B.C.: Edmonton, Calgary and points in southern Alberta. For the honeymoon in Nia-gra Falls and Paris, Ont., the bride chose blue floral pallazzo pants with a co-ordinated long-sleeved blue blouse. Mr. and Mrs. Steed will make their home in Calgary. Sneaky lover sought COPENHAGEN (AP) -Police at Birkeroed, north of Copenhagen, are looking for a man who sneaked into a house at night and had sexual relations with a woman who thought he was her husband. The 46-year-old woman said she did not discover her mistake until the intruder was climbing out of bed again and she discovered her husband snoring in the other bed, police said. Her shrieks woke up the husband and their three children, but the man got away. Police are treating the matter as a case of rape although the woman admitted that she willingly submitted and had no complaints until she discovered that her bedmate was a stranger. However, the police said the man could be charged with violating an ancient Danish law that provides for up to four years imprisonment for "tricking a woman into the act of love by pretending to be her wedded husband." .........t.............\ (^n^a^ements Mr. and Mrs. John Kurutz of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Loretta Joyce, to Mr. Lawrence James Craddock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Craddock of Taber, The wedding will take place March 31 at 3 p.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church. *** Mrs. Abelien Van Wieren is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter Shirley, to Mr. Murray dimming, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gumming, all of Lethbridge. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagozzi of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement of J announce their daughter Donna-Marie to Mr. James Raymond Nohels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Nohels of Jaffray, B.C. The wedding will take place on March 3 at 3 p.m. in the Central Church of Christ. *** avviagfe J announce Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jarvis ore pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Patricia Claire to Mr. Daniel Lawrence Hicks, all of Lethbridge. The wedding took place on January 10. ** MR. AND MRS. JACK LEONARD CLACK Clack-Gibson de JOURDAN'S photo MR. AND MRS. MEGUIDO ZOLA Zola - Staudinger Rev. T. W. Roycroft officiated at the recent double-ring wedding ceremony between Miss Deborah Melanie Staudinger, daughter of Mrs. Walter Staudinger of Lethbridge; and Mr. Meguido Zola, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Zola of Nairobi, Kenya. Organist was Mi's. Vera Sinclair with soloists Miss Patricia McKinlay and Mr. Fred Mitteregger. The wedding took place in the Lethbridge Christian Tabernacle. Matron of honor was Mrs. Teresa McLeod with junior bridesmaid Miss Linda Staudinger. Flowergirl was Miss Jennifer Gartshore, with ringbearer Sean McLeod. Best man was Mr. Fred .Mitteregger of Nanaimo, B.C., with ushers Mr. Larry McLeod, Mr. Ian Gartshore, Mr. Harvey Staudinger and Mr. Brian Gart-share. Following a reception held at the Holiday Inn, the couple travelled to Vancouver Island for a honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Zola have taken up residence in Vancouver.*** Miss Hazel Aileen Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Gibson of Pincher Creek, was recently united in marriage with Mr. Jack Leonard Clack, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Clack of Lethbridge. The ceremony took place in St. John's Anglican Church, with Rev. Robert Griffith officiating. Organist for the occasion was Mrs. Bradford Sawyer. Maid of honor was Miss Louise Whitson, with bridesmaids Miss Linda Tuggle of Didsbury, cousin of the bride; and Miss Brenda Gairos of Calgary. Miss Kelly Smithson, niece of the groom was flowergirl. Nephew of the groom, Jamie Smithson, was ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Donald Bastian of Pincher Creek, with ushers Mr. Fred Gibson, brother of the bride; and Mr. Cameron Brown of Lethbridge. A reception was held at the Pincher Creek Community Hall, after which the couple travelled to Whitefish for a ski honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Clack have taken up residence in Lethbridge. *** omin marriages Delia and Don Walsh of Foremost are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Rita Lynn, to Mr. Michael Perverseff of North Bend, B.C., son of Sam and Julie Perverseff. The wedding will take place on March 10 at 5 p.m. in the First United Church. *** ne day like no other -j Photographer Bryan Wilson LOVE IS . . . 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