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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Soturdoy, June 16, 1973 Forthcoming marriages Mr and Mrs Hans Pfeffel of Coaldale are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of ttioir daughter Gisela, to Ted Kellner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kellner of Ed monton The wedding will take place on July 29 at 3 pm. in the Lutheran Church. Mr and Mrs. Angus Larue are happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Shannon Lynn, to Mr. George Federkeil, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. Hubert Federal, all of Lethbridge The wedding will take place on August 18 at 4 30 p m. in Southmmster United Church. Mr. and Jtrs John Aubin of Lethbndge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Den- ise Faye, to Mr. Michael Pat- nek Hernges, son of Mr and Mrs. Patrick Herriges of Great Falls, Montana. The wedding will take place on July 14 at 3 pm. in Our Lady of Assumption Church Mr and Mrs. William, Cook of Lethbndge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their only daughter Margaret Hannah, to Mr. Gary Gregory Lawlor, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs Mark Lawlor of Nelson-Miramichi, New Bruns- wick The wedding will take place en July 20 at 7 pjn. in Our Lady of Assumption Church. A E CROSS photo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Palmer Pioneer residents of Leth- bridge, Mr and Mrs Joseph A. Palmer, will be honored at a reception m Southmmster Uni- 1 ted Church Hall Sunday, June 24, between 2 30 and 4 30 p m on the occasion of their 60th wedding amversary No gifts by request "Married in Lethbndge June 21, 1913, Mr and Mrs Palmer have two sons. Earl of London, England, and Clifford of Leth- bndge, and three grandchil- Mr and Mrs. William F Gross of Kelowna, B.C., are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their only; daughter Therese Yvonne of' Medicine Hat, to Mr. Norman H. Shannon, eldest son of Mr. Bert Shannon and the late Mar- garet Shannon of Medicine Hat. The will taxe place on July 21 at 3 30 p m in St Patrick's Church, Medicine Hat. Mr and Mrs Robert Mc- Ksnna are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Sandra Ann, to Mr Eobert Matisz son of Mr. and JIrs Andrew Matisz, all of Lethbndge The wedding -will take place on July 7 at 3 p m in St. Pat- rick's ftoman Catholic Church. Mr and Mrs Dale J Wyn- der of Hillsprmg wish to an- nounce the marriage of Miss I Clare Radford. daughter of Mrs Jessie and the late TVil-, liam Willoughby of Hillcrest. to their son Garry Maik Wynder The wedding took place on June 2. Mr and Mrs Carl A Young wish to announce the mamage j of their eider daughter, Susan, to Mr. Ress Game, son of Mrs. I D. Demenciuk, all of Leth- bndge The wedding took place on May 19 at the home of the bride's parents The happy couple has taken up residence in Lethbridge dren. Mr. and Mrs Palmer were both born in England, Mr. Palmer in Stratford and Mrs. Palmer in Birmingham Mr Palmer came to Lethbridge in 1910 and Mrs. Palmer imned j I him in 1913 for their wedding Mr. Palmer worked for the City of Lethbridge for 37 years i I as an engineer at the power' plant, retiring 20 years ago. He {is 89 years old and Mrs Palmer 87. Active in community affairs all their life, they both enjoy good health and take a keen in- terest in the growth and pro- i gress of Lethbridge This month marks Mr. Palmer's 63rd year as a city resident and the 60th year for Mrs. Palmer 1ODE services useful CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) The spent by the IODE on services included the pur- chase of a cancer detec- tion machine, plus donations to a library clock, a girl's band, a miner's museum and an educa- tional kit on venereal disease. Mrs. Peter Douglas of To- ronto, IODE services secretary, was one of several presenting reports a" the recent annual meeting of the IODE. A record 500 delegates were in attendance, representing 000 members. She said a small chapter in St John's, Nfld, has knitted hats and golves for every child in their adopted school in a re- mote area. A Manitoba chapter provided meals for a weekend camp out for needy children and intends to repeat the project. An Alberta chapter responded for Indian children. Mrs. Leonard May of Toronto said the IODE has added 900 new members and six new pri- mary and six junior chapters in the last year. She called the ad- dition reassuring at a critical time in the life of a women'i voluntary organization. Education secretary Mrs. Dallas T. Milne said was spent on education, about of it on direct financial aid to students. DIFFERENCE SLIGHT OTTAWA (CP) Sugarlew gum is not a great saver, the Consumers' Associa- tion of Canada says. A regular stick of gum yields about eight calories a stick while sugarless gum has about seven calories a TERRY BLAND photo Hunt-Westling naaaenient announced Mr and Mrs Henry Peter- sen of Pincher Creek wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Peggy Marlane, to Mr. Murray Brown of Edmon- ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Brown of Victoria, B.C. The wedding will take place on August 25 at 4 pm. m the Pincher Creek United Church. McKillop United Church was the setting for the mamage of Miss Sandra LaVerne West- ling, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eklon Westling; and Mr Don- ald Eldon Runt, son of Mrs AVinmfred Hunt and the late Eldon Hunt All are of Leth- bridge Rev. Blake Anderson officiat- ed at the double-ring ceremony, with organist Mrs. Rogers and soloist Mrs. K. Mills. Matron of honor was Mrs Gail Goetz of Cranbrook, cous- in of the bride Bridesmaids were Miss Judy Hunt, sister of the groom; Miss Shirley Ma- chacek of Barons and Miss Janyce Westling, sister of the bride. Ringbearer was David West- ling, nephew of the bride. Best man was Mr. Dale Had- field of Lethbridge, with ushers Mr Ken Benson and Mr. Ron Webtling, brother of the bride Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel with Dr. K. V. Robin as master of cere- monies Mr and Mrs Hunt travelled to Vancouver and Hawaii for a honeymoon trip, later taking up residence in Lethbridge. i our Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a visits our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy As tne selects the patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a quide for gift giving which will serve For years to come. Family and friends may consult these rec- ords as they shop for wedding gifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List ALICE AKSNOWICZ ANNE DAINES VERONICA DOENZ MARY FUNK PATRICIA GRIFFIN ISABEL HANN KIM HALES MAUREEN HOSACK ELAINE HEPPLER CHERYL KOOY DALE KALICHUCK LAURIE McCREADY LINDA MIHALIK PAM MERKLE CHERYL MERCER MARCIA NOBLE RITA ORSER MARY QUAPP CAROL SHAW URSULA WITZKE DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "WEDDING DAYS" "I decided against asking him for a was a computer salesman in his office all morning." Photographer Bryan Wilson LOVE IS Inviting the "BEST MAN" To Capture and Portray Your Very Own Personal Love Story As Seen Through The Bride's Misty Eyes RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 PRESERVE THE MEMORIES IN COLOR PORTRAITS J'mT' WEDDING PHOTOS STUDIO PORTRAITS-RADIANT CANDIDS WEDDING PHOTOS OF DISTINCTION ESTABLISHED IN LETHBRIDGE IN 1921 Phono 327.2658 Across from the CPR Station HOLD YOVR PRECIOUS MOMENTS "Carriage House" 1224 3rd AveS. Phone 327-2673 ME S ;