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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, July 31, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 7 by Venn Decoux MR. AND MRS. LOU WARREN CECCHINI Cecchini Derenzo by Vern Decoux. MR. AND MRS. JAMES BRUCE SALANT SUMMER WEDDING The United Church in Blairmore was gaily decorated with sum- mer flowers when Marie Elisa- beth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Derenzo of Blairmore be- came the bride of Constable Lou Warren Cecchini, son o! Mr. and Mi's. Louis Cecchini of Blairmore. Rev. Bob Smith performed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride looked radiant in a white chiffon over tafetta gown featuring an embroidered panel front and back with em- broidered long sleeves. Her floor length veil flowed from a headpiece of orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of red roses. Her jewelry consist- ed of a pearl droplet, a gift of the groom. Bridesmaids for the occasion were maid of honor Diane Der- enzo sister of the bride and Kathy MacDonald of Blairmore. Ring bearer and flower girl were nephew and niece of the bride, Warren and Lauree Gal- lamore of Fernie, B.C. Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORE 326A 8th Ave. W., Calgary The bridesmaids and flower girl wore gowns of yellow em- broidered chiffon over tafetta with long puffy sleeves and car- ried bouquets of white and yel- low chrysanthemums. The flow- er girl carried a basket of white and yellow daisies. During the ceremonies solos were sung by Bonnie Jean Dobek accompanied on the or- gan by Miss Elaine Dobek. Attending the groom were best man Constable Pete Law- son of Abbotsford, B.C. and groomsman Bob Henderson of Cranbrook. Ushers were Constable Rick Sommerville of Waterton Lakes and Constable Ed Basaraba of Lethbridge. A reception for the couple was held in the Elks Hall in Blairmore attended by more than 200 persons. Out of town guests were from Calgary, Creston, Nelson, Stanmerland, Seattle, Moses Lake, Washing- ton. Following a honeymoon trip to Couer D'Aiene, Idaho and other United States points the couple returned to Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan B.C. where they will reside. Colored moisturizers Moisturizers now come wit hint of tint to give a fain 'low under or over foundation jr tiiey can be used withou "oundation or powder if you. complexion is good. Salant-Salus Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In HcmU All wedding reports, marriage and engapement announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday editiorv each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the 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, (avoiiible at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that 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 Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Letlibrfdge Herald BLAIRMORE (HNS) The HMy Ghost Catholic Church in Cokman was the setting for a lovely spring wedding when Miss Valdene Ann Salus, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Salus of Fernie, B.C., and formerly of Colcman became the bride of Mr. James Bruce Salant, son of Robert Salant of Coleman. The Church was gaily decor- ated with baskets of spring flowers and family pews were marked by white bows centered with mauve flowers. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father and the ceremonies were performed by Father James The bride looked radiant in a traditionally styled gown with tiers of chan- tilly lace decorated with rain- bow sequins. The long train converted into a butterfly bust- :e which fastened at the waist. Long puffy sleeves with lily point cuffs added to the gown which was capped by the brides three tiered fingertip veil. She wore a drop pearl necklace and sarrings a gift of the groom, ler bouquet consisted of a pur- >te orcMd surrounded by sweet- leart roses and slips of ivy. Organist at the ceremonies ivas Mr. Jerome Rejman and soloists were Miss Bonnie Jean D'obek and Miss Laura Lynn, cousins of the bride. Maid of honor was Miss Mari- anne Atkinson of Coleman and bridesmaids were Miss June Walker of Lethbridge and Miss Kelly Ann Siska, of Calgary, cousin of the bride. They wore mauve sheer gowns, styled with Mgh necks, leg-fo'-m u 11 o n sleeves and were trimmed with white and pink lace. They car- ried bouquets comprising a large white mum surrounded by mauve tinted carnations. Flower girls included Misses Dolleen Siska, Allison Karasiuk 30th of Calgary, Leigh Anne Siska and Lana Crowther both of Coleman. Attending the groom were best man Messrs. William Kry- wolt of Colcman and grooms- men Thomas Salus of Coleman, brother of the bride, Robert ialant Jr. of Calgary, brother of lire groom and ring bearer was Master Jimmie Siska, cou- sin of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Donald Walker of Lcth- iridge and Mr. Raymond Mis- ura of Coleman. A recepticn was held in the Catholic Hall which was decor- ted with pink, white, mauve and purple flowers tied and ar- ranged with streamers. The bride's table was covered with a lace tablecloth crochet- ed and a gift from the bride's grandmother Mrs. V. Siska. The front of the table was skirted with satin and four large wed- ding bells were suspended above the bride and groom. Candelabra holding pink, white, purple and mauve candles flanked a three tier wedding cake that was designed in the form of a church. Front of the cake featured a stairway upon which stood a miniature bride and groom and at the foot of the stairway two white doves bore wedding bands. White tulle and live roses perimetered the cake. Mr. A. Karasiuk of Calgary s master of ceremonies and uncle of the bride called on another uncle, Mr. A. Siska of Calgary to propose the toast to the bride. Toast to the bridesmaids was given by Mr. William Kry- wolt. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Margaret Salus wore a gold sateen dress and coal trimmed with gold sequins and complimented with white ac- cessories and white brimmed hat. Her corsage was made of rust colored roses. For the honeymoon trip to Waterton, the bride wore a red and white double knit midi-pant suit with white wide brimmed hat, purse and sandals and red and white gloves. She wore a white orchid corsage. The couple will reside in Leth- bridge. Guests attended from Leth- bridge, Cessford, Calgary, Van- c o u v e r, Edmonton, Grand MR. AND MRS. RENE E. FOURNEL Fournel Burris St. Mary's Church in Banff, Alberta was the recent scene of double ring wedding vows between Miss Carol Ann Burris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Burris of Lethbridge to Mr. E. Fournel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fournel of Edmonton. Officiating at the ceremony was Father McLennon. Mrs. Pat Kitchener, Leth- bridge, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and best man was Mr. Terry Kitchener, of Lethbridge. Following a reception at ,Elite Villa Steak House in Banff, the couple spent their honeymoon at Lake Louise. They will reside in Calgary. Family Life Education topic of campaign Forks, Elkwater, Cranbrook, Creston, Spokane and Medicine Hat. STRETCH SWISS MADE GET FACTS '8 veers ago ELNA cr.ated Stretch Stitches, Now competitors are getting excited 1954 (15 year) old) SUPfBMATIC can do mart thOn our petltort' 1971 models. molt versatile tewtnp machine. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU THY For free demonstration contact SEWING CENTRE 401 5th Street South Phone 137-1177 or 35. fixing her coffee for her. OTTAWA A nation-wide survey of family life educa tion recently published by th Vanier Institute of the Fam ily, indicated that a majo hindrance to the establishmen of family life educatio courses in schools is a shortag of trained teachers. Family Life Education Canada, is to be the subject o an intensive campaign whic the institute is about to em bark on. An institute committee head ed by Mrs. Kathleen Crowe Montreal is set up to assist in organizing and financing re gional consultations and con ferences on family life educa tion, and to keep a centra registry of persons involved in family life education in Can ada. It will also organize re- search and encourage univer sity and college training pro- grams for teachers, profes sionals and lay people involved in working with families. Mrs. Crowe said the insti tute program is in response to 'a very evident need that we see across the country for sup- portive programs for the fam- ily. "We recognize that as a na- tional institute, we have a re- sponsibility to respond to this need, and family life education is the type of program that makes it possible to give Ihis kind of support." Earlier this year, the insti- tute supported a symposium on the family and the environ- ment at the University of Manitoba. In October, it will support a regional conference on the family to be held in Quebec. The institute intends to hire a senior staff officer and sup- port staff to implement the program. It also plans to hold at the annual meeting of the institute, a national consulta- tion of people working in the Tield and to collect and distri- bute information about the subject throughout Canada. Two years, ago, the institute, convened a national consulta- tion in Banff which brought together for the first time in Canada, persons involved in family life education either as administra tors, practitioners or educators. Bland Photo MR. AND FULLER COATES Coates Layton The Church of Jesus Christ at Latter Day Saints was the recent scene of marriage vows between Miss Cora Lee Layton of Taber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D. Layton of Lethbridge, and Mr. Edward Fuller Coates, son of Mrs. Mar- garet Coates and the late Mr. Roy Coates of Grimshaw, Al- berta. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was Bishop H. B. Hall, with Miss Wendy Layton, cousin of the bride of Taber as soloist, and Mrs. J. (Gail) Lay- ton, cousin of the bride of Taber as organist. Matron of honor was Mrs. D. (Barbara) Willms, Lethbridge, and the bride was assisted by bridesmaids, Miss Cheryl Hagg, Red Deer, and Mrs. M. (Adele) Boucher, Manning. Flowerglrl was cousin of the bride, Mlsj Rhonda Haynes, Edmonton. Assisting the groom as best man was Mr. Randy Layton, brother of the bride Leth- bridge, and Mr. Mag Boucher, Manning. Ushers were Mr. Ronald Lay- ton, Calgary, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Ken HouWer, Grimshaw. Mr. Troy Houlder, nephew of the groom from Grimshaw, was the ringbearer. Following a reception for the couple in the LDS Cultural Hall, in north Lethbridge, tha honeymoon was spent in Banff, Lake Louise, and the Okanagan Valley of B.C. The couple will reside in Peace River. For 5 days only! 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