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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Appleby-Lee St. Basil's Roman Catholic Appieby, sister of the groom Church was Ihc scene for Ihe was bridesmaid. marriage vows beUveen Laurn Lynn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee of Lelhliridgc, and Hicliard Allan Appleby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Appleby, of Mod' icine Hat. Officialing at Hie double rint; ceremony, Rev. Fr. V. Laverly, with organist Allyn Mills and Linda Jolinson, solo- ist. Maid of honor was sister of the liridc. Miss Pal. Lee. Bridesmaids Miss Lor- raine Lee, sister of Ihc bride; Miss Jean Tcdcsky and Miss Vonie Lanclry. Miss Barbara Rest man was Mr. Roberi Hart of Medicine JIat. will; groosman Mr. George Trojan of Kdmonlon. Ushers were Mr. Jock Mclnlosh and Mr. Garry tlolbrook, both of Calgary. A rcceplioj] and dance fol- lowed in Ihe Carolina Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel. Mi-. Hoy Lavalley of Hanna was master of ceremonies, with Ihc toast to (lie bride Riven by Mr. Stanley Hunt of Taber. The couple is residing at 4313 Varsily Drive N.1V., Cal- Ann Lander: MR. AND MRS. FRED UWAZNY Sludio, Photo Uwazny-Olsen The Scandinavian Hall i Hie scene for the wedding of April Louise Olscn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Olsen, and Fred Alexander Uwazny, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Uwazny, all of Lcthbridgc. Bishop Chester Walburger of- ficiated at the ceremony, ivith Mrs. Vcra Sinclair as orgaiiisl ond 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 n crown of pearls. She earned a bouquet of 36 American Jjeauty tea roses. Maid of honor was Joy Kar- aki of Vancouver; with brides- maids Alma Obcrg and Tcrri DeaX- of Lethbridge; Arlcne Mclntyrc of Edmonton, cousin of the bride; Valerie Hunlcr of Manitoba, cousin of the bride and Elaine Anderson of Water- ton, sister of the proom. Junior bridesmaid was Debra Olscn. sister of the bri'Jc. All atlendanis wore red floor- lengLh empire waist cented with long white velvet ribbons, and drop pearl neck- laces. Best man Mr. John Keiver of Lcthbridge. Grooms- men were Mr John Ondrik, Mr. John Gatncr, and Mr. Wes Olscn, brolher of the bride, of Leihbridge, Mr. Randy Anderson, brother-in- law of Ihc groom and Wilt Lane of Bow City. Junior groomsman was Mr. Guy Vervoort of Lclbbridge cousin of Ihe groom. Ring hearers were Angela Cbistc of Calgary, cousin of the groom and James Olsen of Lellibridge, brolher of the bride. Ushers were Mr Alan of CaJgary, Mr. Edgar Skelding of Fort Maclcorj. Mr. Bruce Olscn of Lethbridgc, brother of the bride, and Mr. Willie Breez, cousin of the groom. A reception was bold in the General Grant Jioom of (be El Rancbo Motor Hotel with 580 guests in attendance. The hot and cold buffet was calered by the second year commercial sludcnls of the Lethbridge Community Col- lege. Mr. Kennedy of Fort Maclcod 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, nidi-length hot pant suit with navy accessories as a going away outfit, accented by a while gardinia corsage. Following a honeymoon trip Lo Calgary and points west to Victoria. JLr. and Mrs. Uwazny will reside in Lethbridge. COLOU NO FACTOR The color of an egg shell lias no bearing on quality, flavor or cookability of Ihe egg inside it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you print llu's letter you will be blessed by every beauty salon in the world. It's a request that mothers leave their kids al 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 but when we do it is the exception ralher than Ihe rule. Mosl of Ihe youngsters who come here are completely out of control and their molhers couldn't care less. The kids run loose, knock into manicure tables, put their hands m 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 tlio drjcr and her nose is buried in a magazine. Tile kids are ,so destructive we can I even keep shrubbery outside. No operator can do justice to a customer when children are stumbling over her feet 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 if. 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 Ashville, 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 be settled with a simple sentence.'' Ann, Baby Ashville, North Carolina is 700 miles from Chicago. Get wilb it. Tape Measure Hnrry DEAR HAHRY: For shame. I goofed. By 800 miles. Will you settle for ten raps with a varnished yardstick? t. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Hero i( is from the horse's mouth, in case thai girl from Corning won't lake your word for it. 1 married a man -with a drinking problem thinking he would change for me. (God, how lie When I think that I broke up his marriage I could die. I envy his 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 lo send His life consisls of working and drinking. I am only 24 years old and I feel like 100. I've de- cided lo go lo an Al-Anon meeting next and gel 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 this Free Press DEAR D.: I'm glad you're going to give Al-Anon a try- It has helped millions. Good luck, dear. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Arc., Chicago, 111. 6D6J1. Snlurday, May 27, 1972 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERAID GATHERING OF GENERATIONS The newest addi. lion to the family, Kimberly Joi Jesperson, three and one half weeks old, completed the wait for the beginning of the fifth generation line. Her mother. Merle holds Ihe baby, while grandmolher lla Engleson, grcol grondmolher Delia Von Cleeve and great-great grandmother Donielson, 93 years old, look on. Guide Gift-Giving Gift Registry a bride visits our Gift Registry, il's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects Ihe pctterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she craciouily provides a guide for qifi qivina which will servo for yoars to come. Family and friends may consult these rcc- ords os they shop for wcddinq lifls and later ct annivcr- sarv ond holiday times. Our Bride List WENDY ANDERSON SUE HICKEN PATRICIA TOTH IINOA GFJDOS JOYE ERICKSON MARIENE DERGHMANS ANNAIEE MIDDIETON JANICE LAWLOR GAIL PtTRit SANDI HENDERSON BRENDA DRAUN BRENDA BLACK KAREN JOST RUTH ANNABLE ANGIE JOSS CAROLE STRONG NOUMA CAHOON BEATRICE SMITH PENNY COLLINS LYNN GOUGH KIM BRADFORD IINDA M01INE BONNIE FRENCH JUDY HRITTNER TERR! JEAN REMINGTON REVA STARTORD Retirement training MONTREAL (CP) Courses in retirement should be given as early as the junior college level 2nd industries should have some program lo prepare people for (lie time when they leave their jobs, says Dr. Harry Graiier, a geriatric psychiatrist. Retire- ment often causes emotional up- heaval as people tend lo deny the rer.lily of growing old until it hits Ihcin and never develop Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. McGilli-1 Douglas Dickey, son of Mr. vray are happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Ann- Marie, lo Mr. Allen Joe Sera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sera of Coaldalc. The wedding will take place on July 8 at 4 pm. in the Coaldale Uniled Church. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Art Goeson of Fort Macleod arc pleased lo announce the forth- coming marriage nf (heir elder daughter, Faye Margaret, lo Mr. Albert Van Deurzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Van Denizen of Leihbridge. The wedding will lake place on July I at p.m. in Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church. Fort Macleod. Mrs. Eleonora Taylor of Lethbridge is pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of her eldest daughter. Linda Anne, to Mr. Gerald and Mrs. A. W. Dickey, of Ed- monton. The wedding will take place on June 24 al 2 p.m. in Soulh- Uniled Church. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Currie are pleased lo announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Cheri Lee. to Mr. Donald Edward Hofman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hofman, all of Lclhbndgc. The lake place on July 8 at p.m. in McKil- lop Uniled Church. Mi-, and Mrs. J. Clifford nqaqeinenl O, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. J Savage of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge, announce the cn- gagemesil of their daughter. Glcnnys lo Mr. Dale Gene. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene II. Moore of Crcs- ton, B.C A summer w e d d i n g is planned, lo be solemnized in the Alberta Temple, Cardston- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Gel- i of Edmonton are pleased French of Lethbridge are lo announce Ihc rngapemcnf. of pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of Ibeir daughter Marlene. fn Mr. Bevin J. Lister, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lislcr of Coaldalc. The wedding will lake place on June 10 in the Alberta Temple, Cnrdston. Jiff! dar or local n their dauchlcr, Wcr.dy to Mr. Arnold Postman, son' of Mr. and Mrs. John Poslman of Noblcforcl. The wcddmp is lo lake place on July R in Si. James Uuiled Church, Edmonton. STEAM VELVET Velvet should be steamed, not pressed, lo remove wrinkles. Dr. Guy Doll of Calgary Sep- arate School District, will dis- cuss the first draft of the ATA Special Education Council's po- sition paper at the. Southern Al berta Council for Exceptional Hhildren meeting to be held on Monday at p.m. FOE bingo lonight at church parade at Southnu'nster Uniled Church on Sunday con- vening at a.m. in the main lobby. V u The Royal Canadian Legion is making up a list of Firsl Great YVar veterans, their wives and widows living in the city of Lethbridge. Names can F.O.E. BEMGO TONEGHT EAGLES HALL 6lh Ave. A and 13th Sf. N. 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