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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday February 10, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 Minus One Club combats loneliness Loneliness is one of the biggest problems faced by those who have lost a partner through death, divorce or separation. Mrs. L., past president of the Minus One Club, now in charge of new membership, explained that it is "not a lonely hearts club." She said the Minus One is "a J A. E. CROSS photo MR. AND MRS. JERRY GENE BARAN Baran - Kubik Marriage vows were exchanged recently between Miss Ann Valerie Kubik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kubik of Iron Springs; and Mr. Jerry Gene Baran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baran of Leth-bridge. Rev. D. J Vornbrock performed the double-ring ceremony which took place in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Picture Butte. Mrs. Anita Hormoth was organist, with Mr. Earl Gibbons as soloist. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white nylon sheer over crepe. It featured an empire waistline and slightly pouffed sleeves with a wide cuff. Daisy-patterned lace trimmed the scooped neckline, as well as the bodice, train and sleeves. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and deep red roses. Maid of honor was Miss Joyce Withage of Nobleford, with bridal attendants Miss Lois Binder of Turin and Miss Dearana Bend, of Picture Butte, cousin of the groom. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Kathy Pavka of Cramford, cousin of the bride. Flowergirl was Miss Mary Lou Benci of Tffley, cousin of the groom, with ringbearer Richard Pavka of Cranford, cousin of the bride. Bridal attendants wore floor-length gowns of turquoise velvet, with short puff sleeves and empire waistlines. They carried bouquets of white spray mums and pink miniature carnations. The junior bridesmaid and the flowergirl carried baskets with matching flowers. Best man was Mr. Robert Kubik of Iron Springs, brother of the bride. Groomsmen.were Mr. Robert Roimanchuk of Turin, Mr. Randy Chrupka of Turin and Mr, David Benci of Tilley, cousin of the groom. Ushers were Mr. Kelly Chrupka of Turin and Mr. Dennis Benci of Picture Butte, cousin of the groom. A reception and dance were held in the General Grant Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel, with Mr. Mike Pavka, uncle of the bride, as master of ceremonies. Miss Gad] Chrupka of Turin was in charge of the guest book. For the honeymoon trip, the couple travelled to Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon and other parts of the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baran have taken up residence near Turin. �* TERRY BLAND phoHo MR. AND MRS. GILBERT EINAR HANSEN Hansen - Allen Miss Valerie Dorothy Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manning Sr. of Lethbridge, was recently united in marriage with Mr. Gilbert Einar Hansen, son of Mrs. Helen Lutz and the late Mr. Einar Hansen of Foremost. The wedding took place in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. L. Crisfield performing the double-ring ceremony. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ann Allen, with bridal attendants Mrs. Carol Allen and Miss Brenda Hansen. Flower-girls were Miss Dawn Marie Allen and Miss Lori Lynn Huisman. Best man waa Mr. Wally Granberg, with ushers Mr. Norm Williams and Mr. Fred Manning Jr. Miss Lily Larter was soloist and Mrs. Dolores Huisman attended the gust book. Following a reception and dance at the El Rancho Motor Guest - Brummitt First United Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sandra G. Brummitt, daughter of Mr. W. J. Brummitt of Lethbridge; and Mr. Robert F. Guest, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Guest of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Rev. K. Jordan officiated at the doublejrang ceremony, with Mrs. D. Glock as organist and Mrs. Dee Allen as soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dee Allen, with bridal attendants Miss Lois Legge and Mrs. Jan Parkinson. Best man was Mr. Robin Parkinson of Shepparton, Victoria, Australia. Ushers were Mr. David Slingo and Mr. Dale Brummitt. Following a reception at Svon Ericksen's Family Restaurant, the couple left for a one-year trip around the world. *** ne day like no other LOVE IS Photographer Bryan Wilson Inviting the "BEST MAN" To Capture and Portray Your Vary Own Personal Love Story As Seen Through The Bride's Misty Eyes. RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. B. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 - 710 3rd Ave. S. - 328-0222 Hotel, the couple travelled to pads in the southwest United States for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen have taken up residence in Lethbridge. *** announce Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Comstock are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Linda Carol, to Mr. Lome Gilbert Shumacher of Lethbridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilbert Schumacher of Vulcan. The wedding took place on January 20 in the chapel o� Southminster United Church with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. * ** social club - a club for people who need some form of entertainment and a Chance to relax from the daily routine." "Unfortunately, most social functions in the city are meant to be attended by pairs, and this does present a problem for a segment of the population," said Mrs. L. For those who find their marital partner no longer on hand to provide companionship, it often becomes difficult to find new things to do and places to go. Mrs. L. said that club members represent a cross-section of society with a mutual purpose of getting acquainted with others in a similar situation. "We all want to enjoy ourselves and to help others enjoy themselves as well." The Lethbridge club was started in 1966 and has since grown to membership of approximately 80 persons. Mrs. L. explained that the club holds a meeting, a social event and two dances each month. "We meet in Southminster United Church and our dances are all held in the Polish Hall," she said. � "Along with dances," the club sponsors card parties, bowling and summer outings. "There's a Christmas party: for the children each year and' we also have family picnics and wiener roasts in the city and some out in the country," Mrs. L. continued. The club is registered under the Societies Act, and there are similar organizations in Calgary, Medicine Hat, and Red Deer and Edmonton. Persons interested In further information are asked to phone 327-1448 after 5 p.m. i