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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 5, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD If MR. AND MRS. RANDOLPH FABIAN CHEVELDAVE Cheveldave Puhl The Alliance Church was the setting for the spring wedding of Miss Christine Marie Puhl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Puhl of Lethbridge: and Mr. Randolph Fabian Cheveldave, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Cheveldave of Trail, B.C. Rev. Goldsmith officiated at the double-ring ceremony with Ms. Susan Halpatch of Vic- toria as organist and Ms. Wendy Burrows as soloist. Matron of honor was Ms. Sue Patching (nee Ju- nior bridesmaids were Misses Jennifer and Cindie Puhl, both sisters of the bride. Best mian was Mr. Rick Quir- ing of Vancouver, with ushers Messre. David and Bryan Puhl, brothers of the bride. A reception followed at the Salvation Army Citadel. Mr. and Mrs. Cheveldave have taken up residence in Victoria. amaae, a announce Ray and Brenda Patterson are pleased to announce the marriage of their mother, Dor- othy Patterson, to Mr. Edwin Masson, father of Anita Palmer. The wading took place on April 27. London casts off mini-skirt image LONDON (Reuter) Lon- don has shed its miniskirted image and is laying claims to becoming the No. 1 European fashion centre, as London's Fashion Week illustrates. A fashion extravaganza mounted by some of London's best ready-to-wear designers marked the start of the week. This departure from tradi- tional fashion presentation comprising a musical enter- tainment by 14 of London's clothes houses, was only Act One of the performance. The Clothes Trap, as the production was called, was seen by more than of the worlds' top fashion buyers, looking over the British manu- facturers' autumn and winter ranges. The central feature of tha was the second annual London Fashion Fair, presented and sponsored by the Clothing Export Council of Great Britain. This y e a r 's show was staged at one of London's largest exhibition halls, in Earl's Court, with a record 180 companies showing. The dominant trends are love is... feeling good just because he's close by. sporty, casual but chic for the day with knits more popular than ever, while evening dresses are floaty, slinky and romantic, many with lures tops and sequinned straps. Originality i n presenting fashion shows has become al- most as important as the clothes shown. A Case for Fashion 73 was the title of the simulated courtroom argument accom- panying the fair, and the case was argued in favor of fash- ion's important role today, be- cause today's fashion is "what you want it to according to the counsel for the defence. The important fashion mes- sages for next season are con- tained in the fabrics and col- ors. The lurid primary colors of last season have been re- placed by muted tones of brown, cream and grey. The fabrics are natural, pure wools often with the addition of mohair, angora, reindeer hair cr camel hair. Coats and jackets are in two main shapes: the full-backed tent styles or t he narrower belted shapes often with Rag- lan, Dolman or Magyar sleeves. SUITS REVIVED Elegant suits have been re- vived, along with genteel aft- ernoon dresses, both of which emphasize a swing away from the trousers which were a symbol of London's fashion a decade ago. The look for autumn 1973 in- cludes restrained and well- cut coats and suits in finest tweeds and worsteds. London's latest ready to- wear clothes are for sophisti- cated women and the double life they lead: Businesslike by day, romantic by night. Suede and leather, with a fashion event all to them- selves, can be supremely practical when made Into warm, weD-fittiag coats. And they represent good value against this steadily rising prices of top quality woven coats. MR. AND MRS. ROSS CAMERON JACOBSON Jacobson West Miss Kathleen Joann West, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. West, was recently united in marriage with Mr. Ross Cameron Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Jacobson, all of Lethbridge. Bishop Leo Davidson offici- ated at the double-ring cere- mony which took place in the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints institute building. Organist was Mrs. Emma Dahl with Mrs. Dixie Lee Wilde and Mrs. Kristine Johnson sing- ing during the signing of the register. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dixie Lee Wilde with bridal at- tendants Mrs. Dianne Jacobson and Miss Marilee Michael, all of Edmonton. Misses Dina and Lisa LeRose, nieces of the groom, were flow- ergirls, with Troy Wilde, neph- ew of the bride as ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Richard Jacobson of Edmonton, with ushers Mr. Gary Ketler and Mr. Roi Stokes of Lethbridge. Following a reception held at the Holiday Inn, the couple tra- velled to Banff for a honey- moon. They will reside in Leth- bridge. FORTHCOMING MARRIAGES Mr. pnd Mrs. Leo Canfield of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Yvonne Alice, to Mr. Halbert Ross Wakelin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wakelin of Matsqui, B.C., formerly of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on May 19 at 6 p.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Jean Jones of Leth- bridge and Mr. Raymond Jones of Calgary wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Teresa Cather- ine to Mr. Leslie Lawrence Chenger, son of Mrs. Emma Chenger of Lethbridge and Mr. Leslie L. Chenger Sr. of Cal- gary. The wedding will take place on June 23 at 3 p.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Asterio Lumag- bas of Storthoaks, Saskatche- wan, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Agnes of Lethbridge, to Mr. Cesar Re- bong, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fed- erico Rebong. The wedding will take place on June 16 at p.m. in St. Joseph's Church in Moose Jaw, Sask. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pike of Nobleford are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Linda Gail to Mr. James LeRoy Har- rington, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Harrington of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place on August 4 at 4 p.m. In St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor of Somerset, Tasmania, are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter Janice to Mr. Robert Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travers Smith of Cardston. The wedding will take place on May 12 in the Alberta Tem- ple, with a calling reception foi friends and relatives at 7 p.m. in the Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kroeker of Coaldale are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Dorothy Jean, to Mr. Joseph Kuzmiski, son of Mrs. Anastasia Kuzmis- ki and the late Mir. Kuzma Kuzmiski of Oyen. The wedding will take on June 2 at 4 p.m. in South- minster United Church with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiat- ing. Your Guide for Gift-Giving a Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Park- ins are pleased to announce the engagement amd forthcoming marriage of their daughter Debra Lee to Mr. Barry Keith Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Owens, all of Magrath. The wedding will take place on May 19 at 5 p.m. in St. i John's Lutheran Church, with a calling reception in the Ma- j grath United Church hall fromj to p.m. Hvr Gift Registry When a bride visits our Gift Registry, it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and col- ors 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 rec- ords as they shop for wedding gifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List NELLIE BAUUR RAEANNE CRAIK SHARON DERZAPH GAIL GRUNO BARBRA GUREVITCH SHARON GYORFI SHIRLEY HETESY KATHIE K1RKHAM MARY KAY McLEAN JUDITH MclNTOSH ROBIN REICH CHRISTINE ROZNOWSKI SANDRA STEED CHARLENE SZPAK ROZ THOMAS COLLEEN WINCE BERTHA KOPP 606-608 3rd Avenue S. "WEDDING DAY PRESERVE THESE MEMORIES IN COLOR PORTRAITS ASK ABOUT OUR MINI ALBUM COVERAGE ON WEDDING PORTRAITS STUDIO OR CANDID COVERAGE WEDDING PHOTOS STUDIO PORTRAITS-RADIANT CANDIDS THEY'RE LOVELY AND SO REASONABLE Phone 327-2658 Across from the CPR Station GRADUATION DAYS Portrait Special for this Month only 4 CUSTOM PORTRAITS IN MOUNTS.......... (GOWNS SUPPLIED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE) "7