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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 25, Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Jerry Bond of PB Guest Ranch Brule, Alberta, formerly Lelhbrldge, are pleased to an Bounce the forthcoming mar riage of their daughter Ambe Shelley to Mr. Perry Nelson Hayward, son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Harvard of LclhWHge Tlie wedding will take place on August 12 in Our Lady o the Foothills Church, Hinton Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy W. Brown of Kelowna, B.C., are pleaset to announce the forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Judith Mary, to Mr William Warren Gier, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey G, Gier of Turin. The wedding will take place on August 12 at JO a.m. in Northmintter Untied Church, Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gilchrist of Lelhbridge are pleased to announce Ihe forthcoming mar- riage of Iheir daughter Patricia Mary, to Mr. David Michael Gold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold of Edmonton, form- erly of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on August 20 at 12 noon i n Beth Shalom Synagogue, Ed- monton. Mr. and Mrs. Arian J- Van- der Fluit of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daugh- ter, Thocla Maria to Mr. Sieg- fried Pries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Pries of Coal- dale. The wedding will take place on August 5 at 4 p.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cale Harris Jr. take pleasure in announc- ing the forthcoming marriago of their elder daughter Janet Michelle, to Mr. Brian Eric Mauza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauza, all of Lelh- bridge. The wedding is lo take place August 19 at 12 noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris of Coaldale. Deane R. Gundlock, M.P and Mrs. Gundlock, of Lethbridge, wish to announce the engage- ment of their daughter, (Trish) Mary Burke, to Mr. James Andrew McAllister, son of Dr. John E. McAllister and Mrs. McAllister o[ Calgary. The wedding will take place on August 19 at p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Church, Lethbridge. A. E. Cross photo MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH Smith -Shimek Southminster United Church vas the scene for the exchange of marriage vows between Bar- >ara Jean Shimek, daughter of Hr. and Mrs. Sieve Shimek of Purin, and George Wil 1 i a m imith, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rayburn Johnson Smith, of San Mateo, California. Rev. R. K. Elliott officiated it the double-ring ceremony, with Mr. A. K. Putland as or- ganist and Miss Sherry Ken- nedy as soloist. The bride wore a full, chapel- rain gown of sheer over laffe- a wilh daisy lace top. It was omplemented by an original hree-quarter length veil and lead piece with matching daisy rim. She carried dark pink oses and baby's breath. Maid of honor was Miss San- ra Shimek of Turin, sister of he bride. Bridesmaids were iliss Carol Dunn of Vernon, !.C. Miss Debbie Stronski of Claresholm and Miss Gloria ffieland of Lethbridge. Flower girls were D u 1 c e y [rieger of San Mateo and Wanda Romanchuk of Barons. Best man was Mr. Raymond men were Mr. John Smith o Woodbridge, Virginia; Mr. E Gibbons and Mr. Bill Konsora do both of Edmonlon. Ushers were Mr. G e r a 1 Shimek of Turin' and Mr. Jac Knott of North Edmonlon. A reception was held in th General Grant and Carolin Rooms of the El Rancho Moto Hotel, wilh Mr. George Hann of Picture Butte as master o ceremonies. Toast to the bride was given by Mr. Bill Stronski of Clares holm, uncle of the bride. The guesl book was altendec by Miss Connie Slronski o Claresholm and Miss Beverl Uhryn of Coaldale, both cous ins of the bride. Guests attended from San Mateo, California; Woodbridge Virginia; Vancouver, B.C.; Sane Coulee, Montana; Vemon, B.C. Burlingame, California; Westminster, B.C.; Edmonton Calgary, and the Lethbridg area. Following a honeymoon trip to Banff, Lake Louise, Jaspe and points in British Columbia the couple has laken up resi 'oretti of San Mateo. Grooms-' dence in Lethbridge. Dangerfield Collin Rev. J. G .Shuster officated at Ihe double ring ceremony be- tween Kathy Marie Collin, daughter of Wally and Chris Collin of Milk River and Bruce Wallace Dangerfield, son of Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Uthbrtdge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Salurday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of Ihe week will be given every consideration- Wedding 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 Report- IF you wish information published which would be additional to thai provided on The Herald's stand- ard 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 Phona 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald Fred and Lillian Dangerfield. o Coutts. The wedding took place In St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Milk River. Organist was Mrs. Lorraine Ellert, with soloist Miss Renee Wright, playing the guitar. Mrs. Sharon Hierath of Milk River, sister of the bridge, was malron of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Valerie Dangerfield of Coulls, sister of the groom. Flowergirl was Lara Danger- Field of Coutts, niece of the groom. Best man was Mrs. Dennis McTaggert, friend of the groom, with groomsman Mr. Robert Collin, brother of the bride, both of Milk River. Ushers were Mr. Keith Dan- gerfield, brother of the groom ,and Mr. Richard Bianchi, jiend of the groom. The guesl book was allended by Miss Kalhy Dangerfield, sister of the groom and Miss Collin, sister of the bride. An open house and dance were held in the Elks Hall, with Mr. Doug St. Peter as master of ceremonies. The toasl lo Ihe bride was given by Mr. Ronald Hierath. The couple (ravelled lo points in British Columbia for Iheir loneymoon. cleaning out your own bathtub ring. MR. AND MRS. DANIEL BORDEN HUMNISKI Humniski-Short Rev. R. K. Elliott and Father Greschuk of Calgary officiated at the doube ring ceremony of Myma L. Short, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Short of Lelhbridge. and Daniel Borden Humniski, son of Mrs. Basil Humniski of Winnipeg. The marriage took place in Southminsler United Church, with Mr. A. K. Putland as or- ganist and Miss Lily Larter as soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Sharon Derrick of Lethbridge, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Joan DeMaere o Lelhbridge and Miss Marg Dom bowski of Calgary Flowergir was Shelley Derrick. Best man was Mr. Lou Zag enelli of Calgary, with usher Mr. Wally Bereziuk of Calgary and Mr. Joe Humniski of Win nipeg, brother of the groom. Following a reception heli in the El Rancho Motor Hotel the couple travelled to B.C. Wasliington and Idaho for a honeymoon. They will reside in Calgary. FORT MACLEOD (HNS) AUGUST VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Egon Jacpbsen of Fort Macleod wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their second eldest Jane Annie, 1o Mr. Reginald Richard Norby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Norby of Calgary. The wedding will take place on August 12 at 4 p.m. in Trinity United Church, Fort Macleod. like no other Photographer BRYAN WIISON LOVE IS Inviting the "BEST MAN" To Capture and Portray Your Very Own Personal Lovo Slory As Seen Through Tha Bride's Misly Eyes. RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E, CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 320-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 Larko-Aitken Marriage vows were exchang- ed in a double ring wedding ceremony between Debra Ann Aitken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ailken of Lelhbridge, and David Larko, son of Mrs. A. Dorigalti of Lethbridge and Mr. George Larko of Vancou- ver. Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiated al the wedding which took place in St. Augustine's Church. Maid of honor was Miss Deena Ailken of Lelhbridge, sister of Ihe bride. Bridal atten- dant was Mrs. Joan Soenen of Calgary, sister of the groom. Flowergirl was Mamie Larko of Lethbridge. Best man was Mr. Ed Soenen of Calgary, wilh groomsman Mr. Pat Leonard of Lethbridge. Ushers were Mr. Ross Ailken of Lelhbridge and Mr. Terry Larko of Calgary. A receplion and dance were held al Ihe Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Hall wilh Mr. Robert Smith as master of ceremonies. Grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Ena Bruchct made and decorated Ihe wedding cake. Following a honeymoon trip to Vancouver, the couple took up residence in Lethbridge. Bridal fashion designers add Victorian nostalgia Allhough informalily is Ihe Irend for more End more young couples Ihese days, the tradi- lonal marriage ceremony is still a dream come true for mil- ions of brides. Weddings this year will be clothed in nostalgia with t h e (ride and her attendants in soft, eminine gowns. This is a de- )arture from the off-beal blue- eaned, barefool, skydiving, mo- orcyclisls' oulfils that many 'oung couples exchanging vows ancied in the last three years. Designers of bridal fashions mppily use a loucli of Ihe ele- gant Victorian look via sleeves, iers of embroidered lace, gen- ie ruffles and tucks, bibs and mttons. Also popular are flowing A- ine silhouettes done this year in billows of frothy satin or- ;anzas and chiffons. With the rend lo new elegance more [owns are designed with the de- tachable train. No matter (he nay-sayers, Ihis promises lo be a splendid season for weddings. Pageboy hairstyle revived By HELEN HENNESSY NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK (NEA) Girls are shedding the shag In favor of the sleek one-layered look of the pageboy. New for the current genera- ton the pageboy dates back Lo Ihe 1940s when such screen personalities as Ginger Hogers, Katharine Hepburn and Rosa- lind Russell made it especially when they played roles of successful career wo- men. The pageboy actually began making inroads last year as part of the '40s revival. But now it has really taken off because women want a complete change after the disheveled look of the shag for several years. Fashion designers, too, are stressing smooth hairstyles in both the European and American collec- tions. If you want to snitch to this classic look but are caught with short or long layered hair, you can slill do what you want to do. The synthetic wig manufac- turers have come lo your aid with an abundance. There has never been such a preponder- ance of styles that are basical- ly the "page" but are labeled "Oriental the "Dutch and the lo name a few. Oscar de la Renta calls the pageboy in Ms new Kanekalon wig collection Ihe "Ming." II is a chin-length, cenler parted, one-layered look with the mer- est trace of wave. According to the famous courturier, it's his favorite and he's aj man who should know an important trend when he sees one. Whelher you wait until your ends are even or go wilh a wig, Ihe "pageboy" is the look lo wear this season. FRENCH STRESSED COQUITLAM, B.C. (CP) _ The Coquitlam school board says results of a recent survey show 85 per cent of parents whose children are enrolled in French programs at elementary schools approve of Ihe program. However, only 62 per cent of the students felt it was Important to learn the language. 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avonuo S. four Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visils our Gift Registry, il's Ihe beginning of many heppy experiences. As she selects the pailerns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift giving which will serve for years lo come. Family and friends may consult Ihese rec- ords as they shop for weddinq jifls and later al anniver- sary and holiday limes. Our Bride List NEVA BAIR NEUEKE dc KOK tANA LE GRANDEUR MARIIYN ROTH MARY HARDY SAUY HEAD SANDRA IOTHIAN BETTY PENNED MARIIYN ANDERSON SUSAN MclEOD ANITA TURNER BARBARA WltllAMS PHYtLIS AINSCOUGH PAULA CHAPMAN MEIAN1E FISHER JANIE KOMM SUSAN SMITH JANICE BOSCH ROSEMARY ERICK5ON EUZABETH JACKSON BARBARA AtlEN BEV DUEtl SANDRA MOUNE ANNE QUELCH GIORIA SOSICK BEV WEST JUDY WAIBURGER ;