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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBSIDGE HERAID Friday, Juno 30, 1972 Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Henin- ger of Lcthbridge arc pleased to' announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their youngest daughter, Patri- cia Ann to Mr. Stanley Lowell Litke son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lilkc of llanna. The wedding will lake place on August 6 at J p.m. in Hie Central Church of Chrsit. V Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Chapman of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce (lie forthcoming mar- riage of their third daughter, Paula Ruth to Mr. Oven Ken- neth McKcuzic, son of Mrs. J. Marion McKenzie and the late Mr. K. Dave McKenzic of Port- pge la Prairie, Manitoba. The wedding will take plat on August 27 at 4 p.m. in the Central Church of Christ, Leth bridge. MILK RIVER (HNS) Mr and Mrs. Fred Mueller of MilK River arc pleased to annoui: the forthcoming marriage o their daughter, Beverley Char to Mr. Bill Olsen of Stil- ling. The wedding will take place on July 22 at p.m. at St Paul's' United Church, Mill River. Open house receptio: rom fj-8 p.m., dance lo follow 1 Elks Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Eves if Milk River are pleased to inuounce the forthcoming mar- ,-iage of their daughter, Jolainc o Mr. Donald Onda, son of Mr. nd Mrs. John Onda of Warner. The wedding will lake place _ji July 22 at p.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Cal COUTTS (HNS) Mr. r.nd Mrs. George Bosch of Coutts, arc pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their second daughter, Janice, lo Mr. Cyril Schocn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schoen of Warner. The wedding will take place on July 29 at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Milk River. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Christie of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the engagement o! their eldest daughter, Linda Joan, to Mr. Brian G. Scarrow, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Garnetl Scarrow of Rivers, Manitoba. The wedding will take place on July 15 at 6 p.m. at St. Augustine's Anglican. Church, Lcthhridgc. Marriage Announced Mr. Donald Andrews Is pleas- ed to announce the marriage-of lis mother, Mrs. A. Andrews, o Mr. H. M. Turner, both of xithbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Turner will be residing in Lethb ridge. No dull iveddings for her ladyship MR. AND MRS. RANDAl ROBERT WOLSTONCROFT WolstoncroH-McDonald Heverend Roy Crisfield offi- ciated at the double ring mar- riage ceremony between Suzan Wendy Jean McDonald, daugh- ter ot" Mr. and Mrs. William D. McDonald, and Randal Robert Wolstoncrofl, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wolstoncroft, all ol Lcthbridge, in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Matron of honor was Ihe bride's sisters, Mrs. Jacque- lynuc Young of Edmonton. Bridesmaids were Misses Jennifer and Marty McDonald, sisters ot the bride, and Miss Lois Legge, all of Lcthbridge. Best man was Mr. Robin Omlrik of Port Coqiutlam, B.C., with groomsmen Mr. Klaus Witzke, Mr. Dave Kunimoto and Mr. Barry Seaman, all of Lethbridge. Ushers were Mr. Ken Mai- comson of Lethbridge ana Mr. Ken Charlesworth of Calgary. A receplion followed al the German Canadian Club, with Mr. Ed Potts of Lethbridge as master of ceremonies. Toast to the bride was given by Mr. Neil MacLean of Edmonton. The couple has taken up res- idence in the city following a ENUMCLAW, Wash. (AP) Had a dull wedding lately? Stop in here at the Little Lake Ranch and try it again. There are lots of unusual wit- nesses handy: Doberman pinschers who are all right once they're clued in that you be- long, peacocks spreading their glorious tails in search of pea hens, swans craning their necks as they bob and down on a sylvan lake, ill-tempered geese and a few dumb ducks. Down in the meadow are 25 head of cattle being fed artifi- cial milk, which figures, some- how. All around are towering evergreens for this is a stone's throw from Mt. Rainier Nation- al Park. Mistress of all Uiis Is Lady V e r a Dyar, who moved here from Victoria with her late hus- band 20 years ago, built the ranch from a scrubby begin- ning, enlarged a pond into a lake and has 160 acres almost too quiet for a honeymoon. In recent years, it got too quiet for Lady Vera, too. Her ginger hair, ginger complexion and gingery personality de- manded somelhing more ac- tive, so she let f r i e n d s hold their weddings outdoors and use a two-room guest house for the honeymoon. "I guess I just liked seeing people gelling she said. A year ago she decided peo- ple probably would pay for it, so she dropped a few ads here and there. "We have had a dozen wed- dings or more, one parly of 250 from Washington, she said. They come here, bring their own parson, get hitched in the most tranquil moment they'll _--v calendar of ever spend in matrimony, eat a whopping buffet meal, drink a bit if they like and are properly launched. The venture got noised around, so Lady Vera invited reporters for the wedding of a young couple of the Ba'hai Faith. The ceremony was complete with electric organ. The Dober- mans were tied up, but Perci- val, the top banana of a flock of 25 peacocks and peahens, put on a mating show that was almost embarrassing. Lady Vera, in shining salmon- colored split-length gown, bounced around like a true ma. or domo and had more lun han anybody. "I'm not really Lady Vera or Lady she confided. "I'm not a lady, just Mrs., but people have always called me lady and I'm used to it. But isnt this There was little point in dis- agreeing. For such a small wedding local happenings Whirl-A-Ways will hold an evening of square and round dancing Monday at p.m. sharp, in St. Augustine's Par ish Hall. Round dance prac- tice at p.m. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. The Board of Directors of the Lethbridge and Districl Old- timers' Pemmican Club will meet in the club rooms at 8 p.m. on Monday. All directors are asked to be present to finalize plans for the parade float, and the annual picnic. party, the freight is only about all-in. "Why, if you want an outdoor wedding and have to use a pub- lic p a r k it cosls just for the Lady Vera said. How much could it cost? "Oh, it depends what you want. It could go from SCO to conceivably." The place, about 30 miles out- side Seatlle. is remote. To get at it, you have to drive past Ihe Enumdaw city dump, Ihe pickle factory, Pete's Swim- ming Pool, over a funny little railroad track and then up a dirt road straight into forest. It seems a little fruit-cakey at first blush, but for getting away from it all, the ranch is loaded. Spring and summer in these parts are consistent in gopc weather. What's more, t h e r aren't even mosquitoes or other insects around. One thing Lady Vera doesn't guarantee in the price of ad- mission: the success of the marriage "that's outside my department." honeymoon trip to Coeu d'Alcne and Spokane. 4- wing (L-n Mr. and Mrs. John Bair wisl to announce the engagement o their daughter, Neva Luanne lo Mr. Robert John McNab, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor McNab, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place on August 12 at 6 p.m. at Our Lady of Assumption Church. Moor-Annable Reverend Florence Wilkinson officiated at the marriage of Ruth Amiable, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Annable of Lethbridge, and Henry Moor, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moor of High River. Her father drove the bride to McKillop United Church in a 1928 Model A Roadster, with the top down and the flower- girl and ringbearer rode in the rumble seat. The roadster was' courtesy ol Mr. Gilbert McGin- nis of Lethbridge. The bride entered Ihe church on the arm of her father. She carried a white bible, a gift from her grandmother, which was covered in red roses, with trailing rose buds and ivy. Organist at the ceremony was Mrs. Lenora Baldwin of Carmangay. Matrons of honor were Mrs. Colleen Annable of Carmangay and Mrs. Mary Bantle of Claresholm. Miss Patricia Moor of High Hivcr was junior bridesmaid. Best men were Mr. Lloyd An liable of Carmangay and Mr. eonard Moor of High River ;rs were Mr. Don Sherwood id Mr. Fred Zimmer. Flowergirl was Miss Susai ndrekson of Barons, will retl Annable of Carmangay s ringbearer. SUMMER WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Hon Men Lee of Lethbridge, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage cf their daughter, Judy, (o Mr- John Michael Chan, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Soung Foo Chan of The Dalles. Oregon. The wedding will lake place on July 29 at 2 p.m. in First United Church. E. Cross photo a out USE HOT WATER A broiler pan is easy lo wash if you use hot sudsy water and a wire brush. an Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gordon have recently returned from a visit to Mrs. Gordon's sister in Hughennen, Buckinghamshire, England. L'iring their holiday, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon stopped to watch the arrival nf the Queen and her family at a stamp factory in nearby High Wycombe. The following day, while riarling the Bucks Free Press, they were somewhat surprised lo discover they had become official represcnlatives from Canada for fhe royal visil. Ann Landers Mrs. Evelyn Mills sang a ;olo, The Wedding Prayer. Mrs. Tune Cowie, Mrs. Alice Shearer and Mrs. Hilda Lyckman then ang God Hath Not Promised Skies Always Blue during the signing of the register. A reception was held In Sven Family Restaurant, 11 Mr. Ralph Sherwood of 3arons as master of ceremon- 35. Mr. George Andrekson pro- posed the toast to the bride, to which the groom responded. The women of the OES sang a few numbers, with the bride :aking part. Accompanist was Mrs. Lenora Baldwin. Susan Warren of Iron Springs played a solo on her flute, ac- companied by Mrs. Lenora Baldwin. A dance followed with Jim Norgards' Orchestra from Claresholm. At midnight, the guests sang Happy Birlhday to the bride as she blew out the 21 candles on her cake. The bride and groom travel- led to Banff, Columbia Ice Fields and Jasper, for their honeymoon. The couple is residing in Be'.lcvue and both are now em- ployed at the Crowsnest Pass Hospital. MR. AND MKS. DOUGLAS J. SPEEIMAN -de Jourdan photo Speelman-Jorgensen DEAR ANN LANDERS: You probably won't print thu letter because it has no interest for people who don't play bridge, but I'm taking a chance anyway. First let me tell you, Ann, I'm exactly your o announce the engagement of their youngest daughter Judy Elaine, to Mr. Larry Elhart, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elharl of Medicine Hat. The wedding will take pices on Oclober 7 ah 2 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. E Cross photo SOUTH PLAZA BEAUTY SALON Now in their new location at 1620 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE is pleased to announce that Shirley Bodion (formerly of Ihe Woman's World Beauly Solon) has pined iheir staff Shirley specializes in long hair styling and welcomes all her many former customers and friends lo visil her in cur now location. Phone 327-5822 EATON'S HEARING CENTRE Bf H. W. MATHESON Certified Konr'ng Aid NEW! firm SI EM A IMS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS Look at these fcnruras 1. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 months on one ballery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try ihese aids without obligation THURSDAY, JULY 6th Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W. MATHKON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologisl Hearing Aid Society Member of National Hearing Aid Dealers' Asm. Member of AlberW ;