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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, July 10, 1971 THE IETHKKIDGE HERALD Terry Bland Photo MR. AND MRS. DONALD FRANCIS ERNO Erno-Malmberg Mavis Elaine Malmberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wayne Malmberg of Coaldale, became the bride of Donald Francis Erno, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Erno of Iron Springs in double ring cere- monies at McKillop United Church. Rev. Leroy Angle officiated in the ceremonies and Mrs. C. E. Greene was organist with contemporary music in- cluding Laura's Theme. The Impossible Dream, and theme from Love Story. Mrs. Vera Lloyd, soloist, rendered two se- lections: The Hawaiian Wed- ding Song and Oh Promise Me. Assisting the bride were Mrs. Dan Gruninger of Spring Coulee, sister of the bride as matron of honor; Miss Diane Erno, sister of the groom of TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. Murray Wilde of Tabcr are pleased to announce the forth coming marriage of their daughter Kathleen to Mr. Keith Evan Harding, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Harding of Taber. The wed- ding will take place Friday, July 30 at 10 a.m. in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. More wedding news page 17 Iron Springs and Mrs. Linda Hart of Calgary, bridesmaids. They wore identical princess style, sleeveless floor .length gowns of medium blue peau de soie, white elbow length gloves, and carried arm bou- quets of pink carnations and white roses. The bride, escorted down the aisle by her father, wore a Grecian line soft flowing gown of peau de soie accented with Venice lace. A built in scal- loped chapel length train flow- ed from the bride's shoulders. The full-length bishop sleeves were cuffed with Venice em- broidery as was the wedding band neckline. A bouffant veal and head piece of tiny white roses completed the outfit. The bride wore a diamond set heart shaped necklace, a gift of the groom, and carried a cas- cade bouquet of pink sweet- heart roses and ivy. Groomsmen were Mr. George Chronik of Picture Butte, best man, with Mr. Bar- ry Erno, brother of the groom of Edmonton, and Mr. Ken Uyeda of Calgary, sharing ush- ering duties. The mother of the bride wore a shocking pink coat and dress ensemble completed by white accessories and a white cym- bidium orchid. The groom's mother wore a beige coat and dress ensemble with brown and gold accessories comple- mented by a green cymbidium orchid. The reception was held in the Park Plaza's Riviera Rooms. Mr. Dan Klassen gave the blessing and Mr. Fred Burton was master of cere- monies. The toast to the bride was given by Mr. Dan Grun- inger, her brother-in-law. The bride's father gave a toast to the mothers, with Mrs. Bar- bara Bond responding. Best man, Mr. George Chronik, gave the toast to the brides- maids. Mrs. Patricia Anderson presided at the guest book. Handley's Orchestra play- ed for the dance. For going away, the bride chose an aqua pant suit with champagne ac- cessories and a corsage of tailesmen roses. Following a honeymoon to the west coast, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle, the cou- ple have since taken up resi- dence at 2705 Scenic Drive, Lethbridge. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcements {24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Books Thank You Cards Napkins Matches Wn provide Com pi i men la ry Personalized Head Table Plato Cards with each Orderl TREE CUSTOMER PARKING ilations Reply Cards Thank You Card Napkins Welches Gifts Coka Tons v in Terry Bland Photo CORPORAL AND MRS. RICHARD WILLIAM GERTZEN Gertzen-Douglas The Parkview United Church in Vauxhall was the recent scene when Rev. Gordon Wil- son united Diane Lee Douglas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuart Douglas of Vauxhall, in double ring mar- riage vows with Corporal Rich- ard William Gertzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gertzen of Vauxhall. Organist was Mrs. Melba Robson of Picture Butte. and Mrs. Gae Stevenson, cousin of the bride, Hanna, was the solo- ist. Attending the bride were Mrs. Marilyn Martin, cousin of the bride. Saskatoon, matron of honor; and bridesmaids Mrs. Fran Dandell, cousin of the bride, Calgary, and Mrs. Doris Arrison, Edmonton. Ju- nior bridesmaid was Miss Mia Mae Booth, Vauxhall. Constable Bill Erickson. Vic- toria, B.C., was the best man, while ushers were Corporal Ash Faith, Regina; and Con- stable Al Gramolini. Reception was held at Vaux- hall Community Hall, after which a honeymoon was spent in Banff, Jasper, and British Columbia. The couple will re- side in Ottawa, Ontario. Terry Bland Photo DR. AND MRS. LEROY RAYMOND McKENZIE McKenzie-Cunidngham MR. AND MRS. ALFRED H. WAHL Wahl-Jones Assumption Catholic Church was chosen for the pretty June wedding of Dorothy Anne (Penny) Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac E. Jones of Lethbridge, to Alfred H. Wahl of Edmonton, son of Mrs. Berta Wahl, Medicine Hat, and the late Mr. Gustav Wahl. Celebrating the Nuptial Mass and hearing the exchanged wedding vows was Rev. Fath- er Bernard F. Winegar, CSB, assisted by Mr. Michael A. MacDougatl of Windsor, Ont, lay reader, and brother-in-law of the bride. Mrs. 0. Bergh- man was organist. Masters Dale Seeman and Kevin Pittman were in the sanctuary serving as 'altar boys. Preceding the ceremony the Misses Kathy Pisko and Wendy McFarlane sang ap- propriate music, later staging the folk mass accompanying themselves on their guitars. Each guest was given a per- sonalized mass book on enter- ing the church. Escorted to the altar on the arm of her father who gave her in marriage, the petite bride's gown was artful in its utter simplicity. Fashioned of white frothy nylon over taffeta, and floor length, it featured puffed short sleeve, a high neckline and trimming of white lace accented with deli- cate pink which added a soft touch of color. Her veil of silk illusion misted to the floor from a matching pill box hat and she carried a bouquet of varying pink shades of sweet peas, lily of the valley and baby's breath. Family heirloom jewelry completed her outfit. Mrs. Michael A. MacDougall of Windsor, Ont., only sister of the bride, acted as grand mat- ron of honor. Mrs. Sharon Koopman of Grande Prairie, was matron of honor, and Miss Donna Wahl of Medicine Hat, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Acting -as atten- dant was Mrs. Adrienne Sed- don. They wore floor length patterned gowns in pastel shades of mauve, green, pink and blue. Crownless mohair picture hats complemented their gowns as did'bouquets of hanging pom pom sweet peas, statice and daisy spray mums. In contrast, Mrs. MacDougall Gail Annette Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les- lie R. Cunningham, recently became the bride of Dr. LeRoy Raymond McKenzie, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- Kenzie of Nova Scotia. Rev. Lcroy Angle officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. Trevor Bennett was or- ganist. Miss Patricia Ewing sang Ave Maria during the signing of the register. Given in marriage by her father. the bride looked en- chanting in a bridal gown of French lace consisting of a fashionable one piece hot pant with a complementary long flowing en traine overskirt fashioned with small exquisite buttons down the front. Her daisy pctalled head piece was caught up by a short bouffant veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses inter- laced with white daisies. The bride was attended by- Miss Elaine Stevens, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Patricia Owsley and Joanne Plausteiner. They wore identi- cal gowns of Swiss dotted or- ganza in the hoi. with flowing ovcrskirt, complement- ing the bride's gown, and car- ried traditional bouquets of pink carnations and daisies. Miss Bcverlcy Davids was in charge of the guest book. The groomsman was Mr. Dennis Smith. Ushers were! Mr. Gary Cunningham. In-other of the bride, Mr. Robin Dahn, 1 and Mr. Jim Pickett. A lawn reception was held with Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant in charge of the catering. Mr. Robin Dahn was master of ceremonies and Dr. B. Tyson proposed the toast to the bride. I The couple left for an ex- i tended honeymoon in Europe. Dr. and Mrs. McKenzie will reside in Lethbridge. amage a Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Kirk- ham of Le'.hbridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their son, Mr. Donald Barry K i r k h a m to Lynda Louise McKay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Archibald of Ed- monton. The wedding look place re- cently in Edmonton. carried a colonial bouquet of (he same flowers. Attending the groom were Mr. Norman Prosser of Saska- toon, Mr. Victor Schneider, Medicine Hat, Mr. Alfred Heise, cousin of the groom from High Prairie, and Mr. Emil Gill of Hed Deer. The as- sisting ushers were Mr. David Bealty, Calgary, and Mr. Alan Jones, Regina, cousins of the bride. Mrs. Gay Fleming and Mrs. Heather Taylor attended the gift table, while Miss Do- reen Tosczak looked after the guest book. Soft concert and dinner mu- sic greeted the 170 guests at Erickson's Scarlet Room for the dinner and dance that fol- lowed. Mr. Jack Blech and Mr. Joe Horhozer provided ap- propriate music during dinner with Mr. Blech's orchestra in attendance for the dance. Mr. Joe Green, as master of ceremonies, introduced all of the many out of town guests, and Mr. Joe Seeman proposed the toast to the bride. The groom responded in both En- glish and in his mother tongue, German. Proposing the toast to the bride's attendants was Mrs. Norman Prosser. In a gracious and short reply, Mrs. MacDougall proposed the toast to the groom's attendants. Following dinner, the happy bride and groom, assisted by their attendants, served por- tions of their three tier wed- ding cake, to the guests. The evening concluded with the playing of 0 Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Wahl left for a honey- moon trip to Waterton Park. They are now in residence at 10644 80th Ave. Apt. 4, Edmon- tion. MR. AND MRS. JAMES NUNWIELER Numvieler-Pieschuk Our Lady of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church was the setting when Sandra Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pieschuk became the bride of James 0. Nunwieler, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nunwieler' of Laporle, Sask. The bride, given in marriage by her father, looked radiant in a floor length gown of em- broidered brocade, featuring a high neck line and short puffy sleeves. To complement her ensemble, she wore a white floppy brimmed hat. She car- ried a cascade of yellow roses and white daisies. Attending the bride was Miss Carol Pieschuk, maid of honor; Miss Sharon Pieschuk, bridesmaid; and Miss Connie Pieschuk, junior bridesmaid, all sisters of the bride. They wore floor length gowns of pale green and yellow flowered crepe, accented with floppy brimmed white hats trimmed with yellow and carried cas- cades of yellow daisies. Assisting the groom was the groom's brother, Mr. Bruce Nunwieler, best man; Mr. Jerome Nunwieier, grooms- man and cousin of the groom, both of Laporte, Sask. Ushering the guests were Mr. Jim Tippe of Cremona, Alta., and Mr. Dane Benntt of Winnipeg. Rev. Father DeBilly offi- ciated at the double ring cere- mony. The organist was Miss Marie Hrynkiw of Lethbridge. Reception was held in the El Rancho Motor Hotel in Glen's Den. Mr. Don Murphy pro- posed a toast to the bride. Miss Lynda Kunsman was in charge of the guest book. For her going away, the bride wore a mauve slack suit and a corsage of a yellow orchid. Following the honeymoon in Coeur- d'Alene, the couple will reside in Red Deer. 25... cheering bis soccer game. FRIENDS and NEIGHBORS of CLARENCE and LORRAINE JENSEN Are invited to attend OPEfj HOUSE on the lawn at their home at Park Lake Saturday, July 17th, 2 to 4 and 7 to p.m. On The Occasion of Their 25th Wedding Anniversary NO GIFTS Your Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes When a bride visits our Gift Registry, the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve for years to come. Family and Friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding jifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List BETTY ANNE CARNEY PATRICIA WILLIAMS LINDA DOYLE SHARON GOODFELLOW BEVERLY LA VALLEY AMANDA RACHER DELLA MARIE TOONE ERNA KLASSEN KAREN NESBIT MARION VANDERVALK MARCO ALEXANDER MAVIS GILLOTT ROBERT TRULA ADEL SALAHOR GAIL BICKMAN LOUISE KIRKHAM SUSAN KIRKHAM "Don't shoot anything you don't know how to clean or cook. DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenui S. ;