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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, LETHBRIDGE MR. AND MRS. ALVIN ROY KOLIBAR Kolibar-Scroggie Miss Gayle Scroggie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon N. Scroggie of Lethbridge, was .recently united in marriage with Aivin Roy Kolibar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michal Kolibar of Coalhurst. Rev. Kenneth Jordon officiated at the double ring ceremony which took place in First United Church in Lethbridge. Maid of honor was Valerie Thomsen of Calgary with bridesmaid Laura Scroggie, sister of the bride. Flower girls were Beverly Field, niece of the groom, and Lisa Scroggie, sister of the bride. Best man was Steven Kolibar of Lethbridge with groomsman Douglas Scroggie. Ushers were Rodney Pontarolo and Gerry Gardin. Following a reception at the Holiday Inn in Lethbridge, the couple travelled to points in Alberta for a honeymoon. The couple has taken up residence in Lethbridge. Sleepless nights due to different sound frequencies PARIS (AP) Banging doors, snoring spouses and jet planes may not wake you at night, but they can leave you tired, tense and forgetful the next day, three American scientists concluded at a conference on environmental pollution. The findings also indicated that frequencies have more to do with making a sound objectionable than sheer loudness. The meeting was sponsored by the World Health Organization, the European Common Market and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The American scientists worked separately, but their findings appeared to support the same general conclusions. "You can get a bad night's sleep even if you are not awakened said Thomas Levere of the neuropsychology laboratory at North Carolina State University. "All that is required is to disturb the recurring pattern of slow and fast brain waves. "Normal sleep is divided into 90-minute periods of slow and fast brain waves, rather unsatisfactorily called deep and light Levere said. He added that low-pitched sounds such as some forms of snoring tend to disturb both patterns. "This finding has a practical application, for instance, in the location of city airports using short-takeoff-and-lasding planes." Levere said. These planes produce a very low-pitched noise more disturbing during sleep than during wakefulness, "and thus it would be better if they operated oly during the day." Another of Levere's findings was that repeated arousal, to such as the sound produced by snoring, causes forgetfulness in the morning. "You can still react to events in a normal way but your powers oPrecall are likely to be impaired." Dr. Joyce Friedman of the University of California found that there is more light sleep in the noisy area near an airport as well as more awakenings Subjects reported increased fatigue and tension. Louis Sutherland, of Wyle Laboratories at El Segundo. Calif., found that the sound inside the home is frequently more objectionable than that in the street outside. His subjects were more disturbed by human voices than by background noise such as traffic. Temple ceremony Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of Raymond are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Debra Shan, to Spencer Meeks Depeu, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mei Depeu of Raymond. The wedding will take place on July 24 in the Alberta Temple, Card- ston. Students complete music examinations MR. AND MRS. LESLIE LEON HEWLETT August vows Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joss of Picture Butte are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Judith Anne Wocknitz, to John Pollemans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adriaan Pollemans of Oldenzaal, Holland. The wedding will take place on August 10 at 3 p.m. in St. Catherine's Church, Picture Butte. Hewlett-Hollman Forthcoming marriage Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary Wedding Photography has changed at A.E. Cross Studio the difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO The following is a list of succesful candidates, in examinations held recently by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto in Lethbridge. The names are arranged in order of merit. In the ARCT piano teacher category, Sherry R. Pratt received honors. Conditioned in technical requirements was Clare Heninger. Grade 10 piano, honors Joy Hoyano: Wendy L. Grant: Valerie A. Brower. Beth L. Millard L. Michelle Le Baron. Cheryl Russell. Sharon Sam Pass Nancy M. Palmer: Barbara J. Ward: Shelley F. Penner. Grade 9 piano, first class honors Judith A. Melnyk. Honors Ber- nadette F. Pahulje: Teresa J. Traber: Marvin H. Dueck. Debbie Schaufele (e- Suzanne McDonald: Nancy C. Hodge. Diane Keeler. Carolyn A. Regehr (equal t. Pass Ralph Beyer. John C. Enman Marcey L. Pittman: Elizabeth Lewis. Grade 8 piano, honors Loni Sheen: Carolyn Saunders: Rita Proehl. Carla M. Reid Melanie Gough. i Esther Stringham. Lorraine C. Toews 1 (equal i: timJy L. Sepp. Richard C. Stcphure Myrna L. Reid: Marina Russell: Teri Higa. Leslie McMahen (equalI. Pass Ronalee Bennett. Byron Glass. Angelika Horvath. Teresa G. Mulgrew. Ruth Weintraub Carol A. Christensen. Elizabeth Lisovrski. Carol L. Reimer Colleen .1. Dogterom. Brent B. Golby. Trudy Pitcher Benjamin K. How. Karen Stevenson Valerie Kamitomo: Mari M. Spackman. Shirley M. Steinley (e- Beth Holt. Grade 7 piano, first class honors Susan .1 Boras. Cecilia Malkas. Anne M. SchioUer i Constance M. Krokpr: Gail Trofanenko. Honors Carolyn Heninger. Carnlcann Lasluka. Dwight E. Siemens. Edith J. linger. James Williams (equal': Brcnda L. Hattori. Barbara Jensen i equal I; Arleno Wollcr; Judith A. Cummins: Sandra Carninc. Connie Francis Jackie L. Tatebe. Cheryl M. t'nruh (equali; Wendy'J. Wilkc: Talcbe. Pass Bam- J. Bonetti. Douglas Coppi-lers. .lody L. Fisher. Lynn K. Ivison. Laura J. I'nruh (equal': KaUiy Bullock: Leanne Wchlafc: Sheila E. Honm: Kathy Oavics. Grade 6 piano, iirst class honors Jorrlyn Van Orman: Cathy M. Haz. Joy Slrphurc Honors Ijnda SchulU. Sylvia J. Taylor i equal i: Margaret L. Bcckcl: I'carl R Anne F. Craigps; Oiannc Debbie J N'ilsMUi. A, Tysscland Leah Shelly Pauline Wcntz 'equal'. Kalhryn J. Bessie. David Norland Nancy Canune, Joanne Hmdry isahrllr Marljcan. AmJuiK. irqnuli. Atmr M. Baim-s. Cheryl A "rquaJ1 Sylvia d. TOVJ Huddlcslonc. Krmynmlrll. Omrnr Sztfina l i. KiTnhrrJrv J Hranar. 1 G (equal i. Karen Vproland. Xftmrfh i-pqual'. 5 piano. lirM class honors Jsrvihsnn. Marilyn B Sawada Srrtl 1, Jctwrt. Lsrry A Grade 4 piano, first class honors Kim M. Moshurchak: Gregory M. Jarvie: Lee Onufrechuk. Mary A. Vogel Carol Chapman. Karen Stauth Janine M. Fast. Donna J. Lorge Shelley A. Barva. Honors Carol Garner. Christine D. Konynenbelt Cheryl J. Smith; Barbara L. Beach. Leah Kounosu. Colleen Nielson Ian T. Coneybeer. Dinah S. Meyering, Etta Nirk. Orest Romaniuk. Richard A. Smith. Myrna Wong Renee L. Barton: Diane D. Karl: Marian Irmler. Mark Johnson. Jeannine A. Lewis. Craig Loewen Alexander R. Thomson: Randie A. Crawford. Wendy Hall. Barbara Karren. Charlene Orr. Lillian J. Semaka Pass Joy Correia. Paul Darcel. Richard Derricott, Darren Gurr. Shauna Nalder. Sandy Pike Beverly Karren: Nancy Astle. Te L. Orr. Louise Seely. Stephen J. Stanley Barbara Baerg. Susan Stevens Betty Clampitt: Wendv J. Pierson: Rachell Orr. Grade 3 piano, first class honors John Higa: Debbie Gough; Laureen McLaren: Jill L. Carlson. Sabina Seitz i Lorelei Hironaka: Jan L. Carlson. Jan M. Lavkulik Honors John M. Anderson. Rhonda Butcher. Murray L. Jensen. Marilyn Peterson. Grace Tamminga i equal I: Shelley Parkinson: Tami L. Hironaka: Brenda Purnell: Melissa Baker. Judy Osaka. Janice Stringham i equal i: James D. Knelsen. Gena Perry Evelynn Ambrozic. Barbara Bridge Linda Frachc. Lorraine J. Kwan Pass Julie Alien, .loni M. Kwan. Janet A. Tse Catherine D. Cosgrove. Brian D. Goldsmith. Susan M. Hoffman. Joanne Thibodeau i equal i: Barry Weintraub: Karen Pyrch: Gordon Lane: Carol Hooge. Grade 2 piano, first class honors Brad P. Smith: Caroline Ambrozic. Constance P. Riske Honors Dawn D. Anderson. Lori L Anderson. Kevin Higa. Sharon J. Hoccherl. Nada Jurisich. Sandra Kamiloma. Venita S. Sangster. Connie L. Wilsson Pliers. rf-nrn- yincrhmin. Brrn'flA M Olesky. Pa1U 'equal i Gradf sineinil. litsl class Nrana M 2 class ndnwrs Barhara Bnd.cc. TS.CJ: a firsl class .'iiarme Riric. Tamara Tattf 416-13th Street North, Lettibridge Phones 327-7449. 328-3523 Your moment of dreams will last but a second, as compared to the hours o1 ful- fillment to come. So don't let that one second in time escape from your dreams of the future Trust all your best memories to E. R. liiiey photography. PHOTO SttW PASSPORT PHOTOS PHOTO Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Utkbndge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given 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 S 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE S15.00 Extended Wedding j( you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form this will be accepted, and the entire rsport will then be charged at 20C per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be Si 0.00. DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Idttor ;