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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Snlurday, May 57, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID J.7 MR. AND MRS. FRED UWAZNY Studio, Photo Uwazny-Olsen The Scandanavian Hall was the scene for the wedding of April Louise Olsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Olsen, and Fred Alexander Uwazny, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Alex Uwazny, all of Lethbridgc. Bishop Chester Walburgcr of- ficiated at the ceremony, with Mrs. Vera Sinclair as organist and soloist Ken Hart who sang the Wedding Prayer during the signing of the register. The bride came down the aisle under an arch of garden flowers. She wore a traditional floor length gown of lace, with long train, and a shoulder length four-tiered pouf veil, held in place by a crown of pearls. She carried a bouquet of 36 American Beauty tea roses. Maid of honor was Joy Kar- aki of Vancouver; with brides- maids Alma Obcrg and Tcrri Deak of Lethbridge; Arlene Mclntyre of Edmonton, cousin of the bride; Valerie Hunter of Manitoba, cousin of the bride and Elaine Anderson of Water- ton, sister of the groom. Junior bridesmaid was Debra Olsen, sister of the bride. All attendants wore red floor- length empire waist cented with long white velvet ribbons, and drop pearl neck- laces. Best man was Mr. John Keiver of Lethbridge. Grooms- men were Mr. John Ondrik, Mr. John Gatner, and Mr. Wes Olscn, brother of the bride, of Lelhbridge, Mr. Randy Anderson, brother-in- law of the groom and Wilt Lane of Bow City. Junior groomsman was Mr. Guy Vervoort of Lclhbridge, cousin of the groom. Ring bearers were Angela Chiste of Calgary, cousin of the groom and James Olsen of Leihbridge, brother of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Alan Wilson of Calgary, Mr. Edgar Skelding of Fort Macleod, Mr. Bruce Olscn of Lethbridge, brother of the bride, and Mr. Willie Breez, cousin of the groom. A reception was held in the General Grant Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel with 580 guests in attendance. The hot and cold buffet was catered by the second year commercial students of the Lethbridge Community Col- lege. Mr. Gower Kennedy of Fort Macleod was master of cere- monies, and Mr. Clayton Hunt- er of Manitoba, uncle of the bride, proposed the toast. The bride chose a canary yellow, midi-lenglh hot pant suit with navy accessories as a going away outfit, accented by a white gardinia corsage. Following a honeymoon trip to Calgary and points west, to Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Uwazny will reside in Lethbridge. COLOR NO FACTOR The color of an egg shell has no bearing on quality, flavor or cookability of the egg inside il. Appleby-Lee St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church was Ihc scene for the exchange ot marriage vows between Laura Lynn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee of Lelhbridgc, and Richard Allan Appleby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Appleby, of Med- icine Hat. Officiating at Hie double ring ceremony, was Rev. Fr. F. Laverty, with organist Allyn Mills and Linda Johnson, solo- ist. Maid of honor was sister of the bride. Miss Pat Lee. Bridesmaids were Miss Lor- raine Lee, sister of the bride; Miss Jean Terlesky and Miss Vonie Landry. Miss Barbara Appleby, sister of the groom was junior bridesmaid. Rest man was Mr. Robert Hart of Medicine Hal, with groosman Mr. George Trogan of Edmonton. Ushers were Mr. Jock Mclnlosh and Mr. Garry Holbrnok, both of Calgary. A reception and dance fol- lowed in the Carolina Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel. Mr. Roy Lavalley of Uanna was master of ceremonies, with the toast to the bride given by Mr. Stanley Hunt of Taber. The couple is residing at 4515 Varsity Drive N.W., Cal- gary. Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you print tliis letter you will Ije blessed by every beauty salon owner in the world. It's a request that mothers leave their kids at home when they go to the beauty parlor. Our shop is small and we are cramped for space. Occa- sionally we see a well-behaved child hut when we do it is the exception rather than the rule. Most of the youngsters who come here are completely out of control and their mothers couldn't care less. The kids run loose, knock into manicure tables, put their hands in the finger bowls and mess with the metal rollers and hairbrushes. Mom, of course, doesn't seo or hear a thing. Her head is under (ho dryer and her nose is buried in a magazine. The kids are so destructive we can't even keep shrubbery outside. No operator can do justice to a customer when children are stumbling over her feet end banging into the supply trays. If your letter doesn't do it, we'll have to put up a sign. What do you say, Ann On Tranks DEAR ON: Here's the letter, but it won't solve the prob- lem. Neither will the sign. The mothers with the wild kids never think you mean them. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Who is your expert on geog- raphy? Is he on vacation? In a recent column you mention- ed Ashvllle, North Carolina. You said, "You are THERE and I am in Chicago 1500 miles away and you ask ME to solve a problem that could lie settled with a simple sentence.'1 Ann, Baby Ashville, North Carolina is 700 miles from Chicago. Get with it. Tape Measure Harry DEAR HARRY: For shame. I goofed. By 800 miles. Will you settle for ten raps with a varnished yardstick? DEAR ANN LANDERS: Here il is from the horse's mouth, in case that girl from Corning won't take your word for it. I married a man with a drinking problem thinking he would change for me. (God, how he When I think that I broke up his marriage I could die. I envy his ex-wife! How 1 wish I were in her shoes. His children never see him. He won't even sign the birthday cards I buy for him to send. His life consists of working and drinking. I am only 24 years old and I feel like 100. I've de- cided to go to an Al-Anon meeting next week and get, some help for myself since he won't budge. I hope Corning listens to you. I wish I had. You told me not to marry tin's Free Press DEAR D.: I'm glad you're going to give Al-Anon a try- H has helped millions. Good luck, dear. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Header- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. G0611. Gift-Giving Gift Registry When o bride visits our Gift Registry, ii's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and col- ors for her household Irousseau, she qraciously provides a guids for gift oivinq which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult ihose rec- ords as they shop for wedding lifts and later at anniver- sary and holiday times. Our Bride List WENDY ANDERSON SUE HICICEN PATRICIA TOTH UNOA GEJDOS JOYE ERICKSON MARIENE BERGHMANS ANNAIEE MIDDIETON JANICE LAWLOR GAIL PETRIE SANDI HENDERSON BRENDA BRAUN BRENDA BLACK KAREN JOST RUTH ANNABIE ANGIE JOSS CAROLE STRONG NORMA CAHOON BEATRICE SMITH PENNY COLLINS LYNN GOUGH KIM BRADFORD LINDA MOIINE BONNIE FRENCH JUDY BRITTNER TERRI JEAN REMINGTON REVA STARFORD Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenus S. Retirement training MONTREAL