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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurday, May 6, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGC HERALD 17 FIFTY GOLDEN YEARS-Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kramer, 627 15 St. S., will celebrate their 50lh wedding anniver- sary on Tuesday wilh a family reception in iheir honor. The Kramers came to Canada in 1954 from Holland and are recently retired from farming in the Lethbridge area. They have 12 children and 55 grandchildren. Present at the anniversary celebrations will be rwo of the couple's daughters who will travel here from Holland for the occasion. of local L p SouLhminster UCW will meet as follows: Susan GalbraiUi, Wednesday at p.m. at the home of Mtes K. Mann, 1507 24lh St. S.; Alma Buchanan, Wednesday at p.m. al llio home of Mrs. A. Quelch, 834 12th St. A S.; Grace Marshall, Wednesday al. p.m. at Hie home of Mrs. A. Haig, 72Q lllh SL S.', Tuesday Evening, Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of JLrs. Charlotte Hughes, 1010 14 Ui Ave. S.. Ellen Dcnoon, Wednesday at 3 p.m. at (he home of Mrs. S. Ellis, 515 Bill Avc. S., Park Lane Apis. No. 22; Chinook Unit, Tuesday at 8.15 p.m. at Ihe home of Mrs. R. HI. Leys. 02.1 Dili Ave S.; 61 Unit, Monday at p.m. at the home of Mrs, Eleanor ffilks, WOS St. S. The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way Pensioners' Association will be held in the Club Rooms on Tuesday at 2 p.m. All mem- bers are asked to attend. The Whirl-A-Ways will hold an evening of square and round dancing on Monday at p.m. in St. Augustine's Parish Hall. Round dance practise at p.m. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. a The Lelhbridge Christian Women's Club will hold its regular luncheon on Monday at p.m. at Svcn Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Special feature will be a display of jewelry. Mrs. Elaine Seibel will be soloist, with feature speak- er Mr. Orvis Kennedy, an ex- exutive from Edmonton. For reservations, please call 327- 5979 or 328-1398. Nursery ser- vice available. Everyone wel- come. St. Michael's nurses' alumni will hold a dance Friday in the El Rancho Motor Hotel, in honor of (he 1073 graduating class. Receiving line will start at p.m. The Big Band will be in attendance and dress will I be optional. Tickets are avail- able at the door. Everyone wel- come. St. Patrick's CWL groups vill meet as follows: Mrs. J. Gleason with Mrs. P Barry, 202 201Ii St. S., on Tues- day aL p.m.; Mrs. L Elder wilh Mrs. L. Irvine, 623 MUi St. S., on Tues- day at 8 p.m.; Mrs. May Bradley with Mrs. L. Bruchet, 2503 6th Avc. S., on Wednesday at 8 p.m.: Mrs. H. II. BarLram at her home, WO 17th St. S., on Wed- nesday at p.m.; Mrs. Louise Reive with Mrs. M. Cllllen, 521 14th St. S., on Wednesday at p.m. FOE bingo tonight at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. Jackpot is in 54 numbers. Everyone welcome. The regular meeting ol Faith Rebekah Lodge will be held on Monday aL II p.m. The polluck supper which was lo be held at p.m. has been can- celled. Visiting Rebekahs wel- come. The Lethbridge Memorial So- ciety will hold its first aruiual meeting on Friday at p.m. in the gas company auditori- um, Slalford Drive. Keynote, speaker will Mrs. "jean Mohart of Vancouver, pres- ident of the Memorial Sociely Association of Canada. Also present will Ire Mrs. Elizabeth MacDonald of Edmonton, pres- ident of (he Edmonton Memo- rial society. Everyone welcome to attend at p.m. Ladies' opening day at H n rierson Lake Golf Club is Sun- day at 1 p.m. Coffee and roll will be served before tee time, and lunch and prizes will fol- low holes of golf. Interest- ed women arc asked to phone in advance. The Henderson Lake ladies' golf banquet will commence wilh cocktails al p.m. Wednesday, and league learns will be posted at that Lime. SUMMER WEDDING PLANS Mr. and Mrs. John Toth of Lethbridge are pleased 1o announce 1he forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia Lee to Mr. Donald Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mason Barton, of Salt Lake City. The wedding will take place on June 14 in the Temple in Provo, Utah, where the couple will reside. A reception will be held in Ihe Northside Chapel, Lelhbridge on. June 17. E. Cross, Pholo TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. Burns W. Wood of Taber arc happy lo announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Iheir Ihird daughter, Wendy Marie, lo Mr. Thomas R- Sounders, son of Mr. cmd Mrs. Gordon S. Sounders of Taber. The wedding will be solemnized on June 17lh in Ihe Alberla Temple in Cardston. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Waller Grey j are pleased to announce Lhe forthcoming marriage of their l daughter. Marsha Lynn to Air. j Roger Walter Reich, son of Mrs. Walter Reich and the late I Mr. W. T. Reich, all of Lelh- bridge. The wedding will take place on July I at 5 p.m. in South- minster United Clnr.-ch. Mr. and Mrs. John Gcjdos of Forcmu.-l are pleased to an- nounce (be forthcoming marri- age of Ilicir eldest daughter, Linda Mary, to Mr. Bent Ped- er.si'n, .son cf Mr. and Mrs. KjcH PorlcTsen cf Slralhmore. The wedding will take place on June :j al 3 p.m. in fi'L. Pat- rick's Roman Catholic Church. Lethl il L Napkin! Motchc-1 Gill! Coke Tops Reply Card." Thank You Card! Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ambrus are pleased lo announce Lhe forthcoming marriage of Lhcir daughter, Kathleen lo Mr Denis Michael Pclrunio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pctnmia, all of LeLhbridge. The wedding will take place on June 17 at 4 p.m. in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Lynch of Lelhbridge are pleas- ed (o announce the forthcoming marriage of Lhcir daughter, Patricia Ann to Mr. Glenn Robert Jones, sou oC Mr. and Mrs. Manscl Jones of Calgary. The wedding will take place on June 10 al 4 p.m. in A'or- bririge Community Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold lied-' berg of Warner, are pleased to injonncc Ihe forthcoming mar- mge of their only daughter, Gail, (o Mr. Robert Malcolm- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Malcolmson. The wedding is lo lake place Mav M bridge. MAY WEDDING PLANS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lam are pleased to announce ihe forthcoming marriage of iheir daughter Jacqueline, to Mr Vance Bellerose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bellerose, all of Coleman. Ihe wed- ding will lake place on May 20 at 5 p.m. In the Holy Spirit Church, Colemon. Meszaros-Cassidy Senator Buchanan Chapel In Soulhminstcr United Church was the scene for the wedding women wore corsages of pink button carnations. A reception was held at Even of Susan Dale, youngest daugh- j Ericksen's Family Restaurant, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cas-iwith the bride's blotter. Mr. sidy, to Mr. Ronald Eldon Mes- j Ronald Cassidy ol Calgary, ad- zaros, eldesl son of Mr. and jng as master of ceremonies. Mrs Albert Meszaros, all of: Toast lo the bride was given Lcthbndge. hj, Mri Barr a; Coal- MR. AND MRS. DENNIS ANTON OBERG -A. E. Cross, Priolo Officiating al the ceremony was Reverend R. W. K. Elliolt. The bride wore a crepo hurst. Following Ihe reception, a dance was held al the home of dress with while lace flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bruy- trimming the bodice, cuffs and chere, lire bride's sister and collar. Her headpiece, a crown her husband, of while lace flowers, was ac-1 The couple Is residing in railed with scattered rhinc- Lclhbridge. slnnes. Slin carrier! a bouquet of while carnations and mauve butlon mums. Bridesmaid, Alice Wozntn- csko. of Picture Butle, xvore a mauve forlrcl crepe dress, wilh empire waist and heauly em- broidered while flowers at cuffs and wnislline. She carried a nosegay of mauve bulton mums. The groom wore a grey-beige linen suit with dark purple sliirl. The man, Mr. Colin Todd of Lelhbridge. wore n navy forlrel suit wilh pink and white patlcrned shirt. The bride's mother wore a' sky blue fortrcl dress accen-1 tualed by white pearls. The groom's mother wore a deep purple chiffon dress. Both I The Church ol Jesus Christ of Saints in LeLhbridge was the scene of a double ring ceremony uniting Charleen F, Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleason A. Schweitzer, with Denni? Anton Oberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Filip K. Oberg. The ceremony was performed by Bishop B. W. Matkin, with Mrs. Ellen Nelson, aunt of the bride p.s org a n i s t, and Mrs. Marlcne Bond, cousin of the hride, soloisl. Mrs. Joan Sera, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Al- ma Jean Oberg, sister of Ihe gronm. Mrs Denna Van Orman and Mrs. Valerie Low. Junior bridal attendants were Kim Asplur.d. flower girl, and Billy Swajison of Crcnbrooft, ring bearer. Best man was Constable Gary Oberg of AbboLsford, B.C., and groomsmen were Mr. Rick Dielzen, Mr. Robert Olson and Mr. Merrill Schweitzer, brother of the bride. Mr. Bill Baird of Edmonton, Mr. Curtis Schweitzer, brother of the bride, and Mr. John Sera Jr., brother-in-law of Lhe bride. The reception was held in Ihe Riviera Room a( the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Alter a honeymoon spent In Las Vegas, Disneyland and oilier points of interest in Lhe Uniled SLalcs, Lhc couple has taken up residence at Suite 10L 210 North Mayor M a g r a t h Drive, Letlibndge. r> (L-nqaqemenl The engagement is announc- ed ol Shirley Ellen Forbes ol Lelhbridge, to Mr. Richard I-farrold Thompson, oldest son ol Mrs. Vcra Maguire (former- ly Thompson) of Faro, Yukon. Wedding plans arc lo be an- nounced at a later dale. Mr. and Mrs W. D. Short wish lo Ibe engage- ment of Iheir daughter Myrna Lijiclla, (o Mr. Dmucl Eordon Hnmniski. SKI of Daniel Ilumniski of Winnipeg. 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY _ Mr. ond Mrs. Bill Nagy of 609 27 St. N., recenl- ly celebraled Iheir 50th wedding anniversary with a reception held in the Lotus Inn. They were married in Hungary and have four children; Mrs. Joe (Irene) Csabay and Mrs. John (Jolane) Kovacs both of Mrs. John (Katy) Frecka of Lclhbridge and Bill Nagy Jr. of Coaldale. They have 15 grandchildren and 4 greal grandchildren. A con- telegram was received from Prime Minisler Trudeau, n Mav in at 5 pm in IcOlop Uniled Church, I Smilhiiiinstcr Unilcd Church. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Khimr-1 of Turin, are pleased (o an-i SUM.MKH W 1) Mr. anil Mrs. YHrnn C. Smith of (ilenwnofl wisll lo announce Ilir- engagement and forllieoliiing marriage nf llieir .Io Ann, lo Mr. David Allen Miller, sou j ot Mv. anil Mrs. .1. i Miller iif Iluperl. Idaho. Tin- i wedding will lake plnee on t June in in (In1 Temple, C.trdslnii. plea nouncc (he forthcoming mm riapc of t'icir claiurhler, li u I in Jean, lo Mr. George Vul linm Smith, ol l.clhbridgc. son of Mr. and Mrs. George burn Johnson Smith, oE Sun Malco, California The wedding will Inke place on July al p.m. in Soullj. minster Unilcd Church. Lelh- bridgc. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. E. CROSS 328-OJll PHONES 328-0222 love is... the. funny feel- ing you. get the first lime be. Iclls you. OET, THE fACTS Stritch Stjtdm. Now SUPERMATIC con da men than our com- ptlllort' 1971 modili. Thi EINA SUPIH- world'i moil vtriotllt itwlno mochtnf. DONT BUY UNTU YOU TRY Nt dunonnratlin wntoct SEWING CENTRE 401 Jlh SliWt Sevlh Mono 11MIT7 or 33MIII See our new no cap wigs in and style it the way you want and keep your summer cool thanks to Ihe all-around comfort of no cap lacy bands. R.T.M. Two Slylisls in attendance MRS. L. WATSON, EDMONTON, Monday and Tuesday, and MRS. D. McKENZlE, FIRST 1ADY COIFFURE STYLIST AT EATON'S IN LETHBRIDGF.. Wig Bot, i Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. Buy Line 328-8811. Use Your Eaton Budget Charge ;