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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Protest fast to continue in Vancouver VANCOUVER A protesting teacher who fasted for two weeks on the British Columbia legislature steps in June is starting a second fast on the Vancouver courthouse steps. be there rain or Ingrid Blanchet of West Van- couver said this week. hope to stay at least as long as I did on the legislature Mrs. Blanchet is protesting the hiring and firing practices of school boards. She said one reason she is choosing Van- couver as the site for her se- cond demonstration is to back a demand for an inquiry into an adverse report made on her when she worked in Van- couver schools. Since her first other people and teachers have con- Freak mishap victim recovering Mrs. Dorothy Gentleman of Lethbridge has returned home for continued convalescence from a freak auto accident at earlier this month. The car in which she and her Mrs. Kay were passengers went out of smashed through a garage wall and almost fell into the Rainy River. On her release from hospital she was brought back to Lethbridge by her Miss Muriel Gentleman of In- diana University. Mrs. Gentleman and Miss Gentleman operated Aunt Dorothy's Playhouse in Lethbridge for a number of years. tacted her to offer Mrs. Blanchet said. She said current hiring and firing prac- tices encourage employment of less qualified teachers for lower salaries and retaining poor teachers only because they have seniority. She said she would like to see committees with members from the general public set up in each school district to handle hiring and firing of teachers and to ad- vise on curriculum matters. Mrs. a kindergarten said she worked in Vancouver schools for five years until resigning in the spring of 1972. She taught In Prince Rupert for the 1973-74 school year and is trying to get a position in the lower mainland. She said a petition was sign- ed by 150 people asking that she be retained at General Gordon school when the kindergarten staff was reduc- ed because enrolment was in sufficient. She said the peti- tion upset at least one official and that led to an adverse report when she resigned. She said that the report stated her relations with other staff must continue to im- prove. She said implies a former report saying I didn't get along with other staff members and that's Mrs. with four grown said she will have a lounge garden chair and a bedroll for her fast on the courthouse steps. She said she expects her former Van- couver students will come to see her and she may read stories to them and do a little teaching. better over here. This is where I she said. not going to do anything but sit and talk and I may read a little to the Club corner Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown of Lethbridge formerly of will be hon- ored by their family on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniver- sary with an open house celebration from to 5 p.m.. July 28 at their residence. 1417 17 Ave. S. Friends are asked to call. No by request. The couple have five Donald and Richard of Thelma Ostaficiuk o'f Elfrieda McLean and Carolynn both of Calgary. Jamie Ryan will be sent the original an for his quote. Send your child's quotation TO this paper. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given consideration. Wedding with or without will now be accepted in the following Standard Wedding Report- using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding Report- it you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report this will be and the entire report will then be charged at 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 Idttor Here conies the bride DR. AND MRS. MARVIN JACOB FRITZLER Fritzler-Feddersen Miss Marlene Joy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Feddersen of Calgary was united in marriage with Dr. Marvin Ja- cob son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fritzler of in a double-ring ceremony held in Centre St. Evangelical Calgary. Candlelabra holding white candles and surrounded by blue flowers graced the as did bouquets of gladiolas and white and mauve daisies. White bows decorated the pews. The .bridesmaids began the their places at the chancel. The mother of the bride then walk- ed down the aisle unescorted and waited for her daughter to be escorted by her father to The Song of Joy. She then took her place beside the bride un- til the giving away ceremony. The bridal gown was of twinkle organza with Vic- torian styling accented by an empire waist and high ruffled neckline. The gown featured long puff sleeves highlighted with a wide ruffled tiny covered and long ruffled train. Lace and blue ribbon adorned the sleeve skirt and train. Her waist-length veil was trimmed with wide nylon lace and was held in place with a complementing Victorian headpiece of lace and pearls. She carried a red rose bouquet accented by lily of the baby's fern and tiny blue bowed with a white lace ribbon. Rev. J. uncle of the and Rev. A. Hein of- ficiated at the with JoAnne Kurpjuweit as organist. Soloist Gordon Volkman sang the Wedding Song and the Lord's Prayer. Both mothers in the wedding party wore floor- length blue gowns com- plemented by corsages of pink carnations. Bridal attendants were Carolyn sister of the Marilyn Cheryl Lundy of cousin of the bride and Brenda Patterson of also a cousin of the bride. They wore identical floor- length dresses in a patterned blue floral with em- pire ruffled bodice and skirt. They carried Vic- torian nosegay bouquets of blue cornflowers with white held with blue ribbon. Bestman was Melvyn brother of the with groomsmen Lorenz brother-in- law of the Gerald cousin of the groom and Dr. Ken Fox. The groom and his attendants wore blue tuxedos which featured black velvet lapels and white ruffled shirts. A reception followed at Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tym- burski of Coaldale are pleased to announce the engagement of their eldest Gloria to Ronald Denis son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dueck of Coaldale. Date of the wedding will be announced. Camp with 160 guests in including relatives from Medicine Hat and Kelowna who supplied the entertainment. Bridal decorations at the reception included candles and floral the bridal cake was with white pillars set between decorated with white blue iced roses and forget-me-nots. Three bells and wedding bands set in the centre of a silver cross topped the highlighted with a white bow and lily of the valley. Master of ceremonies was Gordon with the toast to the bride given by Gerald uncle of the bride. For the honeymoon trip to the bride wore a two- piece outfit of polyester and with long flowered skirt and matching shirred top. She had a corsage of red roses and lily of the valley. The couple has taken lip residence in Calgary. MR. AND MRS. MYLES BRENT RUSSELL Russell- Thomson temoer vows Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rudd of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their Kelly to Michael Wayne Bollenbaugh of Ore. The wedding will take place on Sep- tember 6 at p.m. in Central Church of Leth- bridge. Fletcher-Fuller Southminster United Church in Lelhbridge was the setting for the marriage of Miss Mary Jean daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Thomson of and Myles Brent son of Mr. and Mrs. Myles A. Russell of Lethbridge. Officiating at the double- ring ceremony was Rev. Ken Morris. Organist was Wilf Woolhouse with solist Maida Mack. Maid of honor was Lori Lazarick with bridesmaids Debbie Wright and Barbara Markus. All are of Lethbridge. Best man was Jim Fugina of with groomsmen Barry Morgan of Lethbridge and Arnott Thom- brother of the of Calgary. Golden anniversary The family of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Prince will hon- or their parents on their 50th wedding anniversary July 21. An open house celebration will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at their home in Cardston. The couple has four sons and two Kieth of Lyle of Twin LaMar of LaDean of Card- Garth cf and Elaine of Calgary. They have 30 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Friends and relatives are welcome. No by re- quest. Master of ceremonies at a reception and dance held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant was Larry Darling of Calgary. Vern Earle of Calgary gave the toast to the bride. Cheryl sister of the attended the guest book. Following the honeymoon trip to British the couple took up residence in Calgary. Double-ring wedding vows were exchanged between Miss Jean daughter of Mrs. Shirley and Aubrey Eugene son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fletcher. All are of Picture Butte. Officiating at the outdoor ceremony which took place at the home of the groom's parents was Bishop Brie Jensen. Attendants were Lydia Kuliska of Edmonton and Dick Vorga of Picture Butte. Following the a dance was held in the Elks Hall with Lehto's Orchestra in attendance. The day marked the 64th an- niversary of the groom's Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dunn of Picture Weddings Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Ar- nold of Lethbridge announce the marriage of their to Douglas son of Mrs. E. R. Wells of Calgary. The wedding took place on July 6. Mr. and Mrs. Con Barrett of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their to Edward son of Mr. Roy Nelson of Wrentham and the late Mrs. Mildred Nelson. The wedding took place on June 22 in Southminster United Church. The couple travelled to the coast for a honeymoon. PHOTOCRAPin 416-13th Street Lethbridge Phones 327-7449. Res. 328-3523 Your moment of dreams will last but a fleeting as compared to the hours of ful- fillment to come. So don't let that one second in time escape from your dreams of the future. Trust all your best memories to E. R. Lilley Photography. PHOTO FRAMES All Sizes PASSPORT PHOTOS PHOTO RESTORATION Your Guide For Gift Giving Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary Wedding Photography has changed at A.E. Cross Studio the difference is A. E. CROSS STUDIO GIFT REGISTRY When a Bride wishes our Gift it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household she gra- ciously provides A guide for years to come. Family and friends may consult these records as they'1 shop for gifts and later at anniversary and holiday times. Our Bride List... I Beverly Ainscough Yvonne Aubln Bev Babick Patricia Boras Donna Brittner Lorraine Boughen Marilyn Blakie Jeannie Buszko Cynthia Crawford Elizabeth Oyck Sharon Davey Shelley Eakett Linda Fury Mary Grigel Carol Hay Brenda Hleucka Janet Simmons Dorlt Sehmlegelt Pam Takeda Ellen Vlsser Rita Unruh Vivian Watte Darlene Ylma Barbara Zletflie Janet Haworth Joanna Jensen Brenda Jones Donna Kittleson Patli Kimmitt Diane Livingston Debbie Lee Marilyn Matkin Bev Mezei Rosemary McCombe Jacquelyn Nilsson Kathy Pisko Loretta'Ratzlaff Debbie Roberts Margaret Anne Robnrts Vicki Slotta DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd ;