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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Juno 13, 1970 MR. AND MRS, NORMAN VAL BELNAP Belnap Strate The Alberta Temple at Card- ston was the scene of a wed- ding between Joanne Strate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Park Strate of Mountain View and Mr. Norman Val Belnap, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra L. Belnap of Salt Lake City, Utah. Pres- ident Heber Jensen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Matron of honor was Mrs. Charles Babbel, sister of the bride from Salt Lake City. Mrs. Danny Layton of Calgary and Miss Sharon Bedford of Medi- cine Hat were bridesmaids. Mr. Terry Lewis, nephew of the 'groom from Salt Lake City was best man. Ushers were the Messrs. Vaughn Belnap, tooth- er of the groom, Jerry Strate, brother of the bride and Rick Lewis, nephew of the groom. A luncheon was held at Grandmother Anderson's in Cardston with a reception fol- lowing at the Mountain View Cultural Hall. This all-day pump includes a cushioned insole, soft smooth leather, and a wider heel. All comfort features. After a honeymoon trip to Banff, the couple will reside in Salt Lake City. Pass Tests Before Marriage Says Priest RED DEER (CP) Rev. Tom Kroetch of Edmonton said that couples should be re- quired to pass a course before they are allowed to marry. Evidence of the need for marriage training was the ra- pidly increasing number of family breakdowns, he told the Red Deer family service bu- reau. Training and a licence were required to drive a car, to be lawyer or a doctor. The only requirements for a marriage li- cence were proof of age and a blood test. Father Kroetch, from St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church, said a course set up by doctors, lawyers, clergymen and sociologists to be passed by people contemplating mar- riage could help reduce the number of marriage break- downs. Rosa KuruvilJa, executive di- rector of the family service bu- reau, told the group's annual meeting that the number of families helped by the bur'eau increased by 60 per cent over the previous year. She did not say how many families this represented. vjJilWflJ MR. AND MRS. MARLAND EDWARD LARTER Photo by A.E. Cross Larter Christie Double ring vows were cx- char.ged between Marilyn Ann Christie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Christie of Lethbridge and Mr. Marland Edward Larter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Larter of Pic- ture Butte. The ceremony was officiated by Hev. Brian Jones and took place in McKillop United Church. Miss Lily Lar- ter, sister of the groonr, was soloist and organ accompanist 'as Mr. Bill Laidlaw of Card- ston. Maid of honor was Miss Carol Christie, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were the Misses Jo Anne Christie, sister of the bride and Lily Larter, sister of the groom, all of Leth- bridge. Flower girl was Miss Stephanie Hamilton of Taber and Master Darcey Norman of Lethbridge was ringbearer. Mr. Frank Trcka of Leth- bridge was best man. Grooms- men were the Messrs. Tom Bulva of Iron Springs and Vic- tor Trcka Jr., from Calgary. Ushering the guests were brothers of the bride, Mr. Bob Christie and Mr. Bill Christie. Svcn Ericksen's Family Res- taurant was the scene of the reception with a dance follow- ing. After a honeymoon trip to Victoria and other parts of B.C and the United States, the couple are now residing Stavely. Bennett McDowell Carol Amy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan F. McDowell of Lethbridge became the bride of Mr. Jack Richard Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Bennett of Calgary. The wedding took place in the Bu- chanan Chapel in S'outhminster United Church, with the Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Mr. W. M. Wcolhouse was or- ganist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white poult de charme gown, fa- shioned on A-lines, with a lace- trimmed neckline and skirt with a matching train. The silk net veil was misted with a cor- onet of white spray mums. Her bouquet of white mums, out- lined with leather fern, was centered by a white orchid with a mauve throat. Mrs. Patricia Ashmead, ma- tron of honor and Miss Susan Bennett as bridesmaid both wore. mauve dresses trimmed with white lace. Mauve button mums adorned their hair am they can-led white and lilac spray mum bouquets, outline; with leather leaf. Mr. Allan Willson was bes man and Messrs. Jim McDowell and Bin Meldrum ushered the guests. A reception followed at the Bridge Room of the Park Plaza with Mr. Bill Meldrum as mas ter of ceremonies. Mr. Jacl Elliott gave the toast to the bride. Out-of-town guests were from Edmonton, Calgary and Giro ton, Ontario, and included the groom's father and mother Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bennet and daughters, Susan anc Jane of Calgary. For her going-away outfit tin bride chose a white suit wit! red accessories, accented wit! a corsage of red roses. The couple flew to Madric Spain for their honeymoon am will b.e living for 18 months in Baden, Switzerland. 505 -1th Ave. S. Phone 327-3734 Your Guide tor Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visits our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy ex- periences. As she selects the patterns and colors 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 records as they shop for .wedding gifts and later at anniversary and holiday times. Susan Alger Karen Hollingsworth Carolyn Baker Barbara Ann Kuni Inna Beyer Glenda toisello Cnrs! Lynda Matties Karen Christofferson Charyle Rather Judy Cliumik Shirley Rhodes Linda Dziedzic Joan Schweitzer Inga Hoitman Cynlhia Styner Gloria Hryvnak Beverlcy Wcntl lorroine Huff Peggy Woolf Our Bride List DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5767 Forthcoming Marriages MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH G. VOORT Photo by de Joordan's Voort McDennott Hev. R. Eskdale officiated at I groom from Coalhurst, were double ring vows between Margaret Ann M c D e r m o tt, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval F. McDermott and Mr. Joseph G. Voort, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Voort, all of Lethbridge. The ceremony took place in First Jnited Church with Mrs. Vera Sinclair 55 organist. Mrs. Sharon Voort, sister-in- aw of the groom from Coal- uirst, was matron of honor. Gail Petrie of Lethbridge ras bridesmaid. Best man was Mr. Troy Voort of Lethbridge and groomsman was Mr. Ken McD e r m o 11, jrother of the bride from Claresholm. The Messrs. Wil- iard Roelofs of Lethbridge and Mr. John Voort, brother of the ushers. A reception was held in the Carrolina Room in the El Rancho Motor Hotel. Master of ceremonies was Mr. K. C. Roe- lofs, uncle of the bride and ioastmaster was Mr. J. J. Mc- Dermott grandfather of the bride. After a honeymoon in Spo- kane and points south in the United States, the couple will reside in Coalhurst. Mr. and Mrs. W. Barker S e 1 m a n of Raymond are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their eldest daughter, Terryl Ann, to Mr. Mervin L. Moxley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moxley of Cal- gary. wedding will take place on June 27 in the Alberta Temple in Cardston. Mr. and Mrs. William Wright of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Lynda Dianne, to Mr. Richard Rodden Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Murray of New Day- ton. The wedding mil take place on Friday, June 19 at 7 p.m. in St. Augustine's Church. Mis. Glen Wilton of Bentley, Alberta is pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Carol Darlene Cusick of Calgary, to Mr. Darryl son of Mr. and Mrs. Linden Nilsson of Leth- bridge. The wedding wili be solemn- ized in the Alberta Temple at Cardston on June 27. 'C Mrs. Maria Poelman wishes to announce the forthcoming narriage