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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID Saturday, March 10, 1973 A. E. CROSS May ceremony Mr. and Mrs, Reginald E. Jones of Lelhbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Linda Allyn, To Mr. Leo Jensen, sorv of Mr. and Mrs. Svend Jensen of Magralh. The wedding will place on May 5 at 2 p.m. in tho Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints stake house. j-orth i comma Mr. and Mrs. L. W. West arc pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Kathleen JoAnn, to Mr. Ross Cameron Jacobson, son of Mr. and Airs. John E. Jacobson, all of Lethbridge. The wedding wiil take place on March 21 at 4 p.m. Mrs. Connie Harker is pleas- ed to announce the forthcom- ing marriage of her daughter Sharlene, to Mr. Murray Camp- bell Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson, all ot Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on May 5 at 4 p.m. in the chap- el of tie Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints stake house. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Christie are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter JoAnne Rae, to Mr. Robert Roy Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross R. Duncan, all of Lethbridge. A fall wedding is planned. MR. AND. MRS. LARRY WAYNE STOCK Stock Kwasnie Mr. and Mrs. Reece Wilbams arc pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their second daughter, Sheryl Henae, to Mr. Philip Jackson Gerlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Ger- lock, all Lethbridge. The wedding mil take place on March 24 at 4 p.m in the northside chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mr. and Mrs. F. Milton Clel- lar.d of Letbbridgo are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Margo Jean, to Mr. William Graham Vansicklc of Napanee, Ontario. The wedding is to take place on May 18 in St. Andrew's Pres- byterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Tymen Smienk are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Ruth, to Mr. Edward G. Finlay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fin- lay, all of Lethbridge. A July wedding is planned. Wedding vows were exchang- ed between Miss Brenda Jan- ics Kwasnie, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 3. (Duke) Kwasnie of Lethbridge; nnd Mr. Larry Wayne Stock, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Boese of Prince Albert, Sask. The double-ring candlelight ceremony took place at Bu- chanan Jtemorial Chapel, with Rev. R. K. Elliott officiat- ing. Bridal attendants were sis- ters oi the bride, Mrs. Valerie Norman of Calgary and Miss Barbara Kwasnie of Vancouv- er. Attending the groom were best man, Mr. Gerry Albright of Prince Albert; groomsman ___ Ross Norman of Cal arxi usher Mr. Gam Boese of Prince Albert. A reception was held hi t Bridge Room of the Park Pla Motor Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Stock have tal en up residence in Calgarj where both are employed the Calgary school board. Librarians need new skills to operate bookmobiles de JOURDAN'S pUolo July -wedding Mr. and Mrs. Min Ken Quong of Barnwell are pleasod to announco Ihe engagement of their eldest daughter Sue, to Mr. Jim Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kwan Wah Lee of Hong Kong. A July wedding is plantied. MASSTOWN, N.. (CP) Tlie driver wheeled the truck through an icy obstacle course with all the dexterity ol a pro, Ijrought it to a smooth stop and stepped down from the cab. A burly teamster? Not quite. She's a librarian.. Four librarians and library technicians spent five weeks here faking a truck-driving course at the site of Commer- cial Safety Surveys Ltd., six miles north of Truro. The women are using their new-found skills to operate bookmobiles in Nova Scotia. "Bringing library services to smaller centres seemed to offer a different said librarian Muriel Allen. "But to qualify for such posi- tions a truck-driving certifi- cate is needed The librarians took their course through the Canada Manpower training program. Commercial Safety Surveys, a Maritime-owned company, specializes in training drivers to profesional standards for the transportation industry. NEED TRAINING "The transportation indus- try lias become so complex that its no longer sufficient simply to take a man off the street to drive a said Mike MacDonald, the com- pany's director of operations. "The industry worVs on a small profit margin and com- panies just can't afford to cn- triist thousands of dollars worth of vehicles and cargoes to people don't know what they're .Mr. MacDonald said. Mrs. Allen and her co-train- Forsyth, Sally Hughes and John greed there is more to the business of driving a truck than first nieels the eye. "T h e classroom sessions arc not difficult if you pay said Miss Forsyth, "but its a different story fa Ihe field. "It takes lime and patience to develop the skill and confi- dence to handle a large vehi- cle." Sir. MacDonald said the five-week courses, which are offered year-round, have an average enrolment of 50 stu- dents. It is a combination of classroom sessions and field work, with about '10 per cent of the time spent in the class- room. The course has three main teach basic driving skills, preventive maintenance and h i g h w ay eafety. The field work exposes the students to all kinds of driving conditions and pr o b 1 e m s. They learn how to back, brake and park; how to judga clearances; how to handle a truck whether driving the Trans-Canada Highway, a country road or through urban traffic. JMan announce Mrs. Dorothy Patterson is pleased to announce the mar- riage of her daughter Brenda May, to Mr Ronald Byron Pel- lelier, son of Mr. Ray Pelleticr, all of Lethbridge. The marriage took place on March 3 in St. Augustine's An- glican Church. Pavka-Marr'wll St. Augustine's Catholic Church in Taber was the set- ting for the recent exchange of double-ring wedding vows be- ,qaaement6 a a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bow- man are pleased to announce he engagement of their eldest daughter Wendy Lynne, to Mr. Karl H. Hummel, son of Mr. md Mrs. Jacob Hummel, all of Coleman. The vredding will take place on May 32 at 4 p.m. in tho Coleman United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Galen G. Harris of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Norroa Eileen, to Mr Dallas William Rarick, son o Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Earick of Magrath. The wedding will take place on April 14 at 5 p.m. in South mirster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keat ing of Medicine Hat are pleas cd to announce the engagemen oi their daughter Joan, to Mr William Herbert Christie, son o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Chris Us ot Lethbridge. Wedding plans will be an nounced at a later date. Love is Inviting the 'Best Man' For your wedding the Photographer from A. L CROSS STUDIO New Exciting Color Casuals Now HE can capture and portray your very own personal love story o< seen through the brides misty eyes with Candlelight Mislles _____ Stoirt Glass Spotlights Ceremony Fantasies Wispy Imoges Thought Rofteclions Clasped Hands and Rings Image on [mage Fantasies These are just a few of tho many new and exciting innovations you will cherish for 0 lifetime. A. E. Cross Studio Same convenient location 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 Phones 328-0222 announce Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rains of thbridge are pleased to an- unce the engagement of their lighter Carol Lea, to Mr. ouglas Gordon Jensen, son of r. and Mrs. Gordon Jenson Spring Coulee. The wedding will take place March 31 at 5 p.m. in the Coulee United Church Itmiiiig on his electric blanket be- fore he goes to bed. :een Miss Janice Marriott, aughter of Mrs. Lydia Mar- ott of Taber, and Mr. Mites larles Pavka, son of Mrs, atherine Pavka of Lethbridge. Rev. Fr. D. O'Dwyer officiat- at the ceremony with Mrs. en MacDonald as organist. The bride was given in mar- age by her brother, Mr. Laur- nce Marriott. Matron of honor was Mrs. )onna Marriott, with Miss Cathy Pavka, niece of the room, as junior bridesmaid. Mr. Robert Kubik of Iron prings, nephew of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Mr. Stacey Mar- iolt and Mr. Jerry Mereski A reception was held in St lieodore's Anglican Church Jail, with the best man as master of ceremonies. The couple travelled to Banf and Vancouver for a honey moon trip, and have taken up residence in Cranford. DOUBLES POPULATION HADERA, Israel (AP) 143-pound shaggy dog namec Alice gave birth to 16 pups, dm bling Uie known St. Bern an populaion of Israel to 32. Your Guide ior Gift-Giving When a bride visits our Git I Registry, it's the beginning of many happy experiences. Ai the selects lhe patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, ihe graciously a guida for gift giving which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult these rec- oj they shop for wedding and later al anniver- sary and holiday limes. Cur Bride List GAiL BASTEDO RITA COX HILDA KOOPMANS LINDA MORRIS SANDRA WESTLING PAT WOZAK DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S. WEDDING Included With Your Wedding Invitation Order! plinuntery QUESTION AND ANSWER CIRCULAR will find the am iked by hrldei-te be 1 THE Milt AID Box 514 Uthbridge Phone 317.3203 Car. 7lh Si. Slh Ave S. Crowineit VERN OECOUX Bl Phone S62-3M9 Across from CPR Station Phone 327-2658 WHERE MEMORIES LIVE IN BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS 3-5x7 COLOR PORTRAITS BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED (9 KYLE BRYON and KIM BRADLEY 1 year old Children of MR. ond MBS. L HOWO ENCHANT (GROUPS SLIGHTLY HIGHER) Offer applies to; CHILDREN ADULTS GRADUATES ;