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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO IHt LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 17, 1972 MR. AND MRS. BRIAN GOLDEN OLIVER MR. AND MRS. CECIL ERIC JOHNSON -de Jourdan pholo Johnson Widiner The Alberta Temple in Card- fiton was the scene for the wed- ding of Ninamairie Ruth Wid- en er, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Widmer of Sparwood, and Cecil Eric Johnson, son of Mrs. Olive Johnson of Taber, with President J. Golden Snow officiating. Maid of honor was Miss Judy Hatch of Cardston, with brides- maids Miss Janice Lawlor and Mrs. Margie Paskal both of Turin. Marriage Announced Karen, Martin and Joanne are happy to announce the marriage of their mother, Joan Compton, to Mr. William Morgan. The wedding took place on June 10 in trie Buchanan Me- morial Chapel. NORTH TO ALASKA DEPARTURES: July 1 and August 12 SEE Skagway, Da w son C if y, f Far r b a n k s, Whireh c, Prince Rupert, Jasper and more. INCLUDES Fer- ry! in er rail and coach fare nighlly accomodalions sightseeing and much more. ESCORTED; T5 fun filled As low as CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND By deluxe highway eruher DEPARTURES July 22, Sept. 9, Oct. 7 See Disneyland, Los An- geles, Hollywood, San Francisco, San Oiego, Ti- juana, McxFco, Los Vegas, Salt Lake Cily oncf more. INCLUDES: Transportation, n T g h Ily accommodatfon, sightseeing in all mo] or Vegas bonus H (-neighbour parly and ESCORTED. 13 fun filled days. low r for FftfF Brochure Call Your r Travel Agent or; i Phone 424-7626, 454-2937 1 207 Kresge BMg. Best man was Mr. Phillip askal ol Turin, with Mr any Wolsey of Raymond and r. Lanny Howard of Leth ridge as ushers. A reception was held at the jethbridge Church of Jesus irist of Latter-day Saints ake Centre. The couple will reside in Ta NITZ-McLEAN Rev. Florence Wilkinson officiated at the marriage of Miss Judy Darlene McLean, yojngesf daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GordorrMcLean and Mr. William Neil Nitz, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nilz of Rolling Hills, Alberta. The double-ring ceremony was held at Mc- Killop United Church, with Mrs. Terry Gray as matron of honor and Mr. Keilh Gray as best man. Mr, and Mrs. Nitz will reside in Lethbridge. Bland, photo MR. AND MRS. JAMES NORMAN DERKSEN Derksen Gullage Oliver Karpuik The First United Church was the scene for the exchange of wedding vows between Linda Jane Gullage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hedley J. Gullage, and James Norman Derksen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Derksen, all of Lethbridge. Rev. Clifford Parkes offi- ciated at the double ring cer- emony at which Mr. Ron Ples- ko was organist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Anna Fredrick of Calgary, with bridesmaids Miss Lori Gullage, sister of the bride and Miss Pat Schandor, cousin of the bride. Best mun was Mr. John Derk- sen, brother of the groom, with groomsmen Mr. Richard Gul- lage and Mr. Allan Derksen. Ushers were Mr. Gary Gul- lage and Mr. Allan Derksen. A reception and dance were held al the El Rancho Motor Hotel, with Mr. Roy Feierle as master of ceremonies. Telegrams were received from Vancouver Island, B.C. and Corner Brook, Nfld. Mr. and Mrs. Derksen will re- side in Calgary. St. Basil's Roman Catholic i Church was the scene ior the exchange of marriage vows be- tween Sharon Rose Karpuik, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Alex Karpuik of New Dayton, and Brian Golden Oliver, son and Mrs. Golden Oliver, of Lethbridge. Officiating at the ceremony was Rev. Father N. J. LeBel, with soloist Linda Johnson. Maid of honor was Miss Sharon Dannatt of Lethbridge. Bridesmaids were Miss Lynda Oliver, Bister of the groom and Miss Shirley Karpuik, sister of the bride. Best man was Mr. Victor Hiebert of Letlibridge. Ushers were Mr. Rick Karpuik of Cal- gary, brother of the bride, and Mr. Dale Court of Lethbridge, cousin of the groom. Following a reception held at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant, the couple travelled to various points in B.C. for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Trill side In Lethbridge, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Plait of Tober wish to an- nounce trie engagement of their daughter Revo, to Mr. Michael S. Taylor, son of Mr. and Donald A. Taylor, of Spanish Fork, Utah. The marriage will be solemnized in the Alberta Temple, Cordslon. SUMMER SALE! Helenca Nylon Rea. Yd. 6.49 Cotton Knit Materials Cotton Polyester Knits Reg. 4.69 yd.............................. SUMMER SALE 3.59 YD. Reg. 7.39 yd, SUMMER SALE 4.98 YD. Reg. 3.89 SUMMER SALE 2.98 YD. Reg 4.3? yd............................ SUMMER SAlf 3t59 YD. Rug. 4.79 yd............................... SUMMER SALE 3.69 YD. 426-13 St. North Lethbridge Phone 328-4536 L SUMMER CEREMONY Mr. and Mrs. Duana Reming- ton of Cardston, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Tern Jean, to Mr. Daniel A- Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Nelson of Mountain View. The wedding will fake place on June 28 at 8 a.m. in the Alberta Temple, Cardston. WEDDING PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. Kay B. Redd of Raymond are pleased to announce (he forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Pamela Kay, fo Mr. Laurie B. Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurie M. Craig, of Houston, Texas. The wedding will take place on July 22 at a.m. in the Alberta Temple, Cardston, The groom-to-be has recently gradualed fram the University of Utah law School and will be practising law with a Phoenix, Arizona ffrm. Prior to his compleling law school, he served two years in the U.S. army and two years on an LDS mission to Central America. Pam attended BYU where she wos a member of Sigma Delta Omicron, Y Calcares and Omicron Nu. After graduating in home economics, she taught school 3n Magralhf and Cormel, California, A. E. Photo TO BE WED Mr. and Mri. Tod Walburger of Del Bo nil a ore pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Judy, to Mr. Jerry Stringhom, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mark Stringham of Milk River, Alberta. The wedding will take place at 3 p.m. on August 12, m Lethbridge. ;