Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
May 1174 THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD-H September vows Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Hunt of Taber are pleased to announce the engagement of their Kristine to Kenneth Alan son of Mrs. Marie McKay of Taber. The wedding will take place on Sept. 7 in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Harry Filipchuk of Lomond are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their to Randall Garth son of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Forsyth of Cardston. The wedding will take place on June 28 at 4 p.m. in the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church. Irish crystal gains popularity CONSTABLE AND MRS. GARRY HART Hart-Stauth MR. AND MRS. KARL S. HASS JR. Hass-Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Sid Black of Foremost are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their Sheryl to Douglas son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turner of Milk River. The wedding will take place Engagements Mr. and Mrs. William Koetje of are pleased to announce the engagement of their to Marvin son of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Konynenbelt of Nobleford. The wedding will take place on Aug. 8. Mr. amd Mrs. Hal Cronkhite of New Dayton are happy to announce the engagement of their only Debra to Ladell Earl son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Champion. The wedding will take place on Oct. 12. on June 22 at p.m. in the Foremost United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kometz of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their Corinne to Walter Blair son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Giduk of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on June 21 at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Erno of Iron Springs are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only Diana to Duane Robert son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Casson of Diamond City. The wedding will take place on July 6 at 3 p.m. in McKillop United Church in Lethbridge. St. Joseph's Church in Vauxhall was the setting for the marriage of Valerie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stauth of Vauxhail and Constable Garry son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hart also of Vauxhall. Officiating at the double- ring ceremony was Rev. J. Lynn with organist Rose Ternes. Soloist was Karen Kay. Bridal attendants were Trudy Judy Dunsmore and Mary Ann Stauth. Flower girl was Terry Ann with ringbearer Bobby Smith. Best man was Constable Barry Leith of Vancouver with Constables Al Randy Paul Hougan and Klaus Brix as ushers. Following a reception at the Vauxhall Community the couple travelled to Great Falls for a honeymoon. The couple has taken up residence in B.C. Double-ring vows were exchanged between Brenda Laurel daughter of Mrs. Helen Lutz of formerly of and Karl S. Hass son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hass Sr. of Coaldale. Officiating at the wedding which took place in Redeemer Lutheran Church in was Rev. Klaus D. Tamke. Organist was Monica Littau. Maid-of honor was Lorraine Allan of with bridal attendants Erica Granson and Anneliese Granson of Coaldale and Mary Lynn Walter of Lethbridge. Flower girls were Corrie Allen of Lethbridge and Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for pub- lication on other specific days of the week will be given consideration. Wedding with or without will now be accepted in the following Standard Wedding Report- using the information you provide on The Herald's standard wedding report at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report this will be and the entire report wili then be charged at per count line. Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Itfttor New dimensions for love Joan Frank of London's Jewelry Information Centre claims innovative and decorative qualities of wedding rings today are bringing new dimensions to the traditional marital bands. While gold remains popular for wedding ring the old style band has yielded to bright new styles. One zig-zag ring has a rough in another massed tendrils are featured and intricately .woven while sections of matt and polished gold create a honeycombe effect on yet another. Gold engraving is popular too. w. PHOTOGRAPHY- Lethbridge's newest Photographic Studio 416-13th Street Lethbridge Phones Res. 328-3523 We are now Booking Weddings for the Spring and Summer Season Ltt ui you our beautiful Contemporary Colour Cover- age and Ihon you docMo. ALSO Family Me. FAST PNOTOFINISHINQ PHOTO FRAMES-All Sim PASSPORT PHOTOS PHOTO RESTORATION Justin has no part in campaign OTTAWA Justin will not be help- ing his father campaign for re- election as prime minister July 8. Prime Minister Trudeau said that his son has a tendency to be less con- trollable at bedtime if he has been seeing too many people. But Mr. Trudeau added that he was unsure whether or not his wife Margaret would be helping with campaign chores. depends on Marga- he said in reply to ques- tions at a news asking whether she'd join the fray. He added that he hoped she would be along for part of the time because he was not in- terested in being separated from her for six or eight whole weeks. Caroline Wagner of Coaldale. Best man was Larry Morris of Warner with groomsmen Marcel Dupasquier of Gary Soice of Warner and Jake Steinbrenner. Ushers were Koji Tamaki and Larry Tamaki of Lethbridge. Following a reception at the Labor the couple travelled to Victoria and Vancouver for a honeymoon. The couple has taken up residence in Coaldale. Woman arrested for trigamy BUENOS AIRES An Argentine woman was under arrest here today for allegedly committing trigamy with three elderly police said. The three aged 82 and never knew they were supposedly married to Hilda Lucia police said. They said Miss Viatri con- fessed to having worked out a scheme with her Carlos and a 78-year-old man named as Agustin Vesich to the three elderly men without their knowledge so she could inherit their properties. Police said that in the last two years Portela befriended the three victims and stole their documents. For a small Vesich posed as the happy bridegroom at three presenting the documents for police said. By MARGARET NESS Ireland Every housewife has heard of Waterford crystal. The origi- nal crystal is for there was a hiatus of 100 years or so between the death and rebirth of the factory in southern Ireland. Not as well known yet is Gal way crystal. The company began about five years ago just outside this west-coast city with a master cutter and two apprentices The young men went to Bavaria for 18 months to learn glass blowing and cutting. Today the factory has 200 most of them including 85 cutters. They start at 15 or 16 years of age. They blow molten glass into the required shapes and cut the designs on the finished product by hand. Workers are paid by the plus their skill. It takes six or seven years to become a master. Currently the factory has 10 master cutters and eight mas- ter blowers. Galway Crystal now has its own apprentice school of five to seven weeks and gives its workers an annual refresher course. It expects five-per- cent discards in the first two weeks but after that an ap- prentice must cut his discard rate to one per cent or lose his job. Recently the firm bought an electro-melting furnace which can monitor the level of the ingredients more closely. The furnaces are heated to degrees. The molten glass is blown into shapes through extra long pipes and the item is placed on a conveyor belt that moves it some 70 feet at 2V'z minutes a foot from the 800-degree temperature at the start to zero on removal. Then the edges are smoothed. The firm currently turns out about pieces a year and expects the figure to go substantially higher. On the other side of near is a crystal- making studio started by 27- year-old Simon Pearce. He had worked in his father's pottery and became fasci- nated with glass-blowing while homeward bound through Asia from a trip to New Zealand. After studying a year at the Royal College of Art in Lon- he bought a farm at Ben- nettsbridge in 1972 and built a small factory with local help. He mixes his own in- melting IVz tons ev- ery two weekends. With only another master and two help- ers using old glass-blowing his output is lim- ited. About half of it is ex- ported. China has always been im- portant in Ireland. Delftware was produced in Dublin early in the 18th century. Henry who died in the introduced coal for fir- ing delftware and used trans- fer printing on pottery. The manufacture of Belleek porcelain began in the 1880s. It still is made and still is especially with Irish motifs such 'as the shamrock design. One of the largest exporters of Irish pottery and porcelain is Arklow near Dub- lin. Its products are marketed in Canada under the name of Erin-Stone. The factory sprawls through several buildings on 11 acres and employs 550 workers. Vis- itors can follow the process of making pottery and china from the clay Stately Classics and Radiant Casuals Traditional or Contemporary Wedding Photography has changed... at A. E. Cross Studio the difference is BEAUTIFUL A. E. CROSS STUDIO Your Guide For Gin Giving GIFT REGISTRY When a Bride wishes our Gift it's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household she gra- ciously provides a guide for years to come. Family and friends may consult these records as shop for wedding gifts and later at anniversary and holiday times. Oar Bride List... Wanda Budd Nadyne Bohne Beverly Baker Laine Barman Jean Broadhead Sandi Dow Wendy Dick Susan Edmundscn Marlene Feddersen Marcia Fooks Connie Gillett Regina Granson Pat Higgins Elaine Hollman Bonnie Hartung Irene Hryciuk Alenka Kveder Joyce Kaupp Brenda Lunde Janice Le Blanc Joyce Machlajiwki Shauna Meilicke Sandi Neumann Karen Palmer Gayle Russell Debbie Suchla Debra Slimmon Barbara Tennant Sharlene Tehenga Holly Tokariok Elaine Linger Debi Wagontall Glenda Whittle Gwen Wescott DOWNTOWN 606-60S 3rd Ave. 8.