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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg TOE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, Moy 2, Forthcoming Marriages Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alfred Williams of Cardslon, wish (.o announce the forthcoming raaf- riage of their daughter Patri- cia Ann, to Mr. Robert Stanley Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Charles Allen of Cran- brook, B.C. The wedding will take place in Cardston on May 23. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Plante of Coleman are pleased to an- nounce the engagement ot their eldest daughter Marilyn Lor- raine, to Mr. Wilbert Schroder- us, son of Mrs. II. DeMarchi of Rocky Mountain House. Mr. and Mrs. Waller H. Chat- wood of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daugh- ter Paddy Ann, to Mr. B i 11 i e George Wikeruk, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wikeruk of Saskatoon, Sask. The wedding will take place at First United Church on May 23 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Mereski of Taber are pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Sheila Margaret, to Mr. Gary Jerome Heck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Heck of Purple Springs. The wedding mil take place at 3 p.m. on July 11 in St. Aug- ustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. John- on of Cardslon announce with leasure the marriage of their daughter, Jacqueline Mar- orie, to Mr. John Leslie Armi- age, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les- ie Armitage of Palm Springs, California. The marriage was performed at 3 p.m. on April 4 in the Met- opolitan United Church, Vic- oria, B.C. by Rev. E. Laura Butler. A reception was held at No. 203 Michigan Court, 323 Michigan Street, Victoria, where he couple are now residing. Mr. and Mrs. Aime Croteau are pleased to announce the orthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter Janice Lavonne, c Mr. Kenneth Wachtler, son of MAY VOWS Mr. and Mrs II. L. Bodine of Evanston, Wy- oming are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Ruth, to Mr. Dan Walburger, son of Mr. znd Mrs. Chester Walburger of Cardston. The wedding will take place in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bar- rows of Milk River are happy ,o announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, to Mr. Lowell Bruce son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Scott of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place the latter part of May. Mrs. Hilda Wachtler, all of Milk River. The wedding will take place in St. Filter's Catholic Church in Milk River on May 16 at p.m. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Christen- sen of Lethbridge, wish to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Cindy Lou, to Mi1. Gordon Samuel Rombough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rombough, Enchant. The wedding will take place on May 16 at 3 p.m. in the Free Evangelical Church, Mayor Ma- grath Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Grant W. Pat- terson wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of t h e i r daughter Frances Gay, to Mr. Brian Beverly Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bev. A. Cook, aE of Lethbridge. The wedding will lake place on Friday, May 22 at p.m. in the First United Mr. and Mrs. James A. Glo- ver of Brooks are happy to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Nikki Arlene to Mr. Lambert Oldenburger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Oldenbur- ger, of Iron Springs. The wedding will take place Saturday, May 23 in the Brooks United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Quayle of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Dianne Lynn, to Mr. Wayne Fred Holstine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holstine of Taber. The wedding is planned for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Myslicki of Coleman are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, LeUa Ann, to Mr. Jack David- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Davidson of Calgary. The wedding is to take place at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church hi Coleman at 4 p.m. on May 16. MATCHING ENSEMBLE Replile printed leather handbags and shoes carry the high shine, "under glass" look, just beginning for fall 70. La Gioconda's beautifully marked python pump in two-tone tan and gold on ivory wafer platform has a new heel that's pinched in at the sides. The soft pouchy buckled and strapped matching bag is by Capri. Right, the tailored reptile pump in rich shiny brown. All are in Canadian leathers. Dgp want to answer Come to this Christian Science Lecture "THE FAMILY Of MAN" by Harold Rogers, C.S. Tuesday, May 5th-8 p.m. ST AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL- 11th St. and 4th Ave. S. A FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: I am in my early forties and have been taking the birth con- trol pill, A friend of mine insists Jour Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visits our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy ex- periences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift- giving which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult these records as they shop for wedding gifts and later at anniversary and holiday times. OANA MODRZEJEWSKI INGA BEYER NANCY KAIRNS JANICE CROTEAU LINDA DRAKE BARBARA HILL LORNA HINMAN MARILIYN HAUGHIAN KATHY KUCERA ANNA SAKAC MARY TOKARSKI CINDY CHSISTENSEN Bride List DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5767 7 that I can continue to take this pill after the menopause to re lieve menopausal symptoms. Is that true? F. S., Oklahoma City DEAR F. Your family doctor or you gynecologist is the best one t provide an answer to your ques tion not friends. Some doc tors do use the contraceptiv pill into the postmenopausa stage to relieve hot flashes. Bu once the woman has passed th menopausal period of lite, mos physicians prefer to use estro- gen alone to relieve symptom caused by a deficiency of thi female hormone. DEAR MISS BROOKFIELD: My husband and some of his friends decided lo try joggin the other day. I am all for exei cise but it certainly didn seem to do my husband an good. He was exhausted th next day. What do you think? R. G., Dallas, Tex DEAR R. G.: Well, there is controvers about how beneficial jogging to the middle-aged, sedentary I citizen. Dr. Harry J. Johnson the Life Extension Institiv says that jogging will benefi those who are physically fit, bi for the older person who seldorr if ever exercises, it can risky. Responsible advocates jogging suggest a medical e amination before undertakin this pursuit. Dr. Johnson als offers this advice to the middl aged, physically inactive male "Walk before you run." is good exercise and carrie practically no risks. (Have you a problem as mature woman, or with one For advice and help, write Margaret Brookficld, Inform tion Centre on the Mature W man, 3 West 57th Street, Nc York, N.Y. 10919. ALWAYS LOOSEN Always loosen bedding from underneath the mattress befor Inking it off to protect again, tearing. TO BE WED-Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Burris of Lethbridge. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh- er, Sheeran, to Mr. George James Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Fox, of Montreal, Quebec. A September wed- ding in Lethbridge is planned. Park-Hegland Carol Hegland, daughter of Jr. and Mrs. Gustave Hegland f Bow Island, formerly of exchanged vows rath Mr. Bruce George Park, on of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ark, Sr., of Lethbridge. The ouble ring ceremony was per- ormed by Dr. R. W. K. Elliott, liss Wendy Grigg of Leth- ridge was soloist and Mr. Wil- ed M. Woolbouse was organ ccompanist. Miss Ruth Pitt, cousin of the ride from Blairmore was naid of honor. Bridesmaid was iss Devi Willison of Leth- ridge and Miss Sandi Hee- nd, sister of the bride, from ow Island, was junior brides- maid. Flower girl was Miss Michele Petit, niece of the groom, from Lethbridge. Best man was Mr. Joseph Park Jr. of Lethbridge, brother of the groom and groomsman was Mr. Harold Hegland of Calgary, brother of the bride. Ushering the guests were Mr Len Frig, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Robert Henry, cousin of the groom, both of Leth- bridge. After a reception and dance held in the Scandinavian Hall, the couple journeyed to Seattle, Washington for their honey- moon. They are now residing at 1002 12 St. A .S., Soft Silhouette or Spring Brides Thiberl-Lynch COWLEY (HNS) St. Jo- seph's Roman Catholic Church in Cowley was tire scene of a redding between Mary Anne ynch and William Arthur Thi- ert of Cowley. The double ng ceremony was performed y Ihe Rev. Fatter Hagel. Mrs. Denise Diamond was organ ac- ompanist for the choir of St. oseph's Church. The bride chose a medium lue lace gown with matching leadband and shoulder length eil. She carried a lovely bou- uet of deep red roses on a Me bible. Attending her mother as ridesmaid was Miss Bonnie jynch who wore a light blue nd silver gown, and carried a rouquet of carnations. The groom's attendant was is nephew, Mr. Tom Best of Macleod. Ushering the juests were Mr. Larry Lynch, on of the bride, and Mr. David impson. A reception was held follow- ing the ceremony in the Cow- ey Community Hall with Mr. Joe Thibert, brother of the [room as master of ceremon- es. Supper was served by the Foothills United Church Wom- en and the toast to the bride vas given by Mrs. Alice Pri- meau. Later a small group of riends and relations gathered at the home of Mr. Tom Best n Fort Macleod. Out of town guests were from Jalgary, Fort Macleod and Lethbridge. After a honeymoon in Great Falls, Montana, the couple wiii make their home in Cowley. MONTREAL The look of imorrow for the portrait bride eatures: slender gowns aflutter rith finest chiffon pleating, uid sweep of circular skirts ith bias movement, feminine attery of drapery. The spirit f the 20s is complete with soft rimmed picture hats veiled nth flowing chiffon. This new ridal concept leads the sil touette story with its soft fem- ninity, slender silhouette and louson feeling. Talents of well-known design- rs create many moods in brid- l fashions. Youthful ruffled Senior Citizens To Hold Banquet On May 22 Pensioners- and Senior Citi- rens Chinook Branch, affiliated the Provincial and Nation- 1 Pensioners and Senior Citi- ens Organization will hold its annual banquet in the Eagles Hall on Friday, May 22 at i.m. Special guests will include Mr. l. A. Neddow, national treasur- er and Mrs. Neddow; Mrs. Mar- on Goddard, national secretary ilrs. R. MacDonald, provincial resident; Mr. Deaiio Gundlock, itP and Mrs. Gundlock; Mr. fohn Landeryou, MLA and Mrs. janderyou, Mr. Cameron Bra- cken, regional director of Social Development and Mrs. Brack- en; Mayor and Mrs. A. Ander- son and several guests from the district. A program is being planned o follow the banquet. Transpor- .ation will be arranged for this occasion. Membership and banque tickets can be purchased from Sandy's Jewellery 327-4625 or from the secretary at 327-3264 Banquet tickets must be picked up by May 18 and will also be available from the Ladies Aux liary meeting Friday at the Marquis Hotel. [owns mold a tiny high bodice md break into bouffant or dirn- dl gathered skirts. Matchmates create a harmon- ous symphony in the wedding iarty, romantic gowns are in 'ilrny fabrics with lace rippling yokes and cuffs. Cop y-cai jridesmaids frocks repeat Ihe styling in chiffons or pastel dac- ron. The new mood has wide eghorn hats with flirty stream- ers. Gentle shapes in slender en- sembles and pencil slim gowns. Great variety in bridal pant- suits, mostly with tunic tops .hat double as mini dresses, in a wide choice of fabrics such as patterned cotton, fine organza or ribbon lace over wide ligoda pants. There are new important de- :ails, collared necklines, shoul- der capelets, hip length capes edged in niching, and wonder- ful variety in blown-up sleeves some very full bishon sleeves rippling with lace ruffles, bub bles of fullness at the shoulder Juliet style, at the elbow or bil lowing over deep cuffs. New fabrics have been 1m ported to bring the brides o 1970, the softest chiffons, feath erweight satin finished organza crease resistant dacron. dram atic textured orlon crochet, gay young nylon Swiss dot, Swiss eyelet embroidery and exquis ite new laces. With great ingenuity, a refesH- ing collection of dainty flora and bonnet headpieces, includ ing all over lace ruffled baby bonnets, are added to this ultr new group of wide floppy brim med hats. Belle time formals feature, the matchmates to coordinat with a group of romantic brida gowns and has created nex sleeves and yoke treatment for many additional styles in burst of gay color combina tions. WIG SALES AND SERVICE rnRY'< "AUTY LUDT J SALON 32S 13th St. N. 327-5487 NEW and EXCITING Where the Smartest Weddings Originate! Choose your gown from our lovely new collection. Our courte- ous experienced staff will be plea- sed to assist you in yout choice. Here, too, is a lovely collection for bridesmaids, for mothers of brtde, and attendants. Truly, it's a Brides' World at Bridal Salon. Phone 327-7655 Rutledge-Razzolini Rev. Brian Jones officiated t Ihe double ring ceremony jctwecn Linda Jane Razzolini, aughtcr of Mrs. Hilda Razzo- ni and the late Mr. Albert azzolini, and Lawson Jan Rulledge, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Rulledge, all of teth- bridgc. The wedding took placo in McKillop United Church with Mr. Jack Langford as organist. Tlie bride was given away by her broiher-in-law, Mr. Mau- rice Oleksyn ol Vancouver, B.C. The bride chose a white sheer floor lergtlr gown, accented with lace, and carried a bou- quet of yellow roses. Mad-on of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Irene Olek- syn of Vancouver. Bridesmaid was Miss Bonnie Currie of Lethbridge and junior brides- maids were the Misses Karen and Connie Oleksyn, both nieces of the bride from Van- couver, and Miss Lana Rut- ledge of Lethbridge. Flower girl, also a niece of the bride, was Miss Shawn Oleksyn of Vancouver. The attendants all wore mauve silk crepe floor length gowns and carried bou- quets of daisies. The flower girl was attired in white Silk crepe and also carried a daisy bou- quet. Attired in white dinner jack- ets were the best man, Mr. Robert Mossey and grooms- man, Mr. Roderick Rutledge, brother of the groom, both of Lethbridge, along with ushers Mr. Bill Low and Mr. Don Drake of Picture Butte. The mother of the bride chose a pale blue dress suit with beige accessories, and the mother of the groom wore a green suit, yilh white acces- sories. A reception was held in the German Canadian Club with a dance following. After a honeymoon trip to Disneyland, the couple are re- siding in Lethbridge. Local Girls Installed In Theta Rho During the 22 State Assem- bly of the Montana Theta Hho Jirls convention held in Leth- jridge recently, three local girls were installed as officers. They included, Dorothy Snow- den, past president, Linda Jones assistant marshal and Judy Schmied, outside guardian. Approximately 200 girls at- tended the session. Past Noble Grands Club served a banquet which was Mowed by enter- tainment from all the clubs. Sharron Davis of Billings, Montana won the trophy for rit- ualistic work and the banner for iin night was presented to Fort Benton. Next session will be held in Whitefish, Montana in April, 1971. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In Tlie Lethbridge Herald AH wedding reports, morrioge and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of week will be given every consideration. Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will new accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding Report- Using trig information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would bs additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then charged at 20c per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor. The Lethbridge Herald ;