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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 2, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 MR AND MRS RANDALL KIM STEPPLE Stepple Bickerton MR AND MRS JOSEPH G HANSES Hanses Mead MR AND MRS RAE WILLIAM McCOLL McColl Hoot Double-ring wedding vows were recently exchanged between Miss Brenda Joyce Bickerton, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Keith Bickerton of Lethbndge, and Randall Kim Stepple, son of Mr and Mrs John Stepple of Pmcher Creek Rev Derek Hoskm of ficiated at the September ceremony which took place in St Augustine's Anglican Church Soloist was Pat Alex- ander who sang 'We ve Only Just Begun Given in marriage by her father, the bride looked lovely in a gown of peau de soie, accented by a lace yolk and lace trim on the full, gathered sleeves and on the hemline More Family page 27 UteeWhimsy i Ho-iS wiil be sent :he orig nal an for her quote Send your child s quolal'Qn To this paper The high lace neckline was complemented by an antique cameo brooch Her floor- length veil, edged with matching lace, was held m place by a crown of peau de soie roses and seed pearls A bouquet of pink roses and baby's breath completed the brides ensemble The groom was dressed in a tuxedo of Devonshire blue, complemented by a light blue ruffled shirt with a bouton- niere of stephanotis and baby s breath Karen Soenen, friend of the bride, was matron of honor with Louann Stepple sister of the groom as bridesmaid Best man was Allen Clarke with groomsman Brian Num mi Ushers were Harry Smith and Neil Bickerton, brother of the bride Darron Stepple brother of the groom, was ring bearer A reception and dance were held at the El Rancho Motor Hotel Attending the guest book was Shern Hermger and Debbie Bickerton cousin of the bride Master of ceremonies was the bride's uncle, Brian Bickerton of Calgary Toast to the bride was proposed by a friend of the family Alvin (Shorty) Hennger Music for the evening was supplied by the bride's father along with members of his former orchestra from Red Deer, Roger Dye and George Johannson Out-of-town guests travelled from Stettler Red Deer, Calgary Swift Current Saskatchewan, Pincher Creek Canal Flats, B C and Fort St John, B C Following a honeymoon trip to Vancouver, the couple took up residence in Lethbndge Double-ring wedding vows were recently exchanged between Miss Patricia Ann Mead daughter of Mr and Mrs Ormie Mead of Lethbndge and Joseph G Hanses son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Hanses of Kmgham. Mont Rev Creed Davis officiated at the ceremony which took place in Grace Gospel Church in Lunburst, Mont Organist was Myrna Mantik Attendants of the bride were Linda Mauro Carolyn Pot-pourri Friends are invited to at- tend a calling tea in honor of Mrs H W Menzies 90th birthday Sunday from 3 to 5 p m in the lounge of St Andrew s Church There will be a 50th wedding anniversary reception held in the honor of Mr and Mrs Rudy Wenk of Warner from 3 to 6 p m Nov 10 in the Warner Library Hall Everyone welcome Denise Bailey daughter of Sheila Bailey of Lethbndge, recently won the Royal Cana dian Legion Provincial Com- mand Bursarv of She is attending the University of Calgary Style Rite Beauty Shop 1514-9 Ave. S. Phone 327-5000 IS CELEBRATING JEAN GURR JEANNIE CLEMIS WANDA HOVEY Owner and JUDEEVANRYN Come and Meet the Staff. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays are Your Best Days' "OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR SERVICE IS THE BEST Radiant Casuals Stately Classics Traditional or Contemporary Comparison is the only sensible way to determine which studio and price is most suited to meet your requirements we invite your inquiries without any or pressures WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY HAS CHANGED and the difference is beautiful A.E. CROSS STUDIO 710- 3rd Ave. South 328-0111 328-0222 Dangerfield, Bevi Kelley and Lara Dangerfield Best man was Michael Hanses of Rudyard, Mont with groomsmen Don Kelley and Ron Horgus Ushers were Dale McCoy and Robert Horgus Following a reception at the church the couple travelled to Yellowstone National Park for a honeymoon They will reside m Chester Mont Miss Judy Ann Hoot, daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Monty Hoot was recentlv united in marriage with Rae William McColl son of Mr and Mrs Ted McColl, all of Letftbndge Rev Anderson officiated at the double ring ceremony which took place at the United Church in Lethbndge Attendants of the bride were Jane Schmidt Terry Hoot, 50th anniversary Mr and Mrs John Williams of Taber will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Nov 12 An open house celebration will be held for friends and relatives from 2 to 4 p m Nov 9 m the Moose Hall in Taber They have four children, Bernice Valgardson of Taber, Peg- gy Metz of Lethbndge, Don of Taber, and Maurice of Vancouver They have 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild No gifts, by request Forthcoming marriages Mrs M E McKenzie of Medicine Hat wishes to an- nounce the engagement and the forthcoming marriage of her voungest daughter Heather Dawne to Richard Thomas Doe. eldest son of Mr and Mrs S F Doe of Lethbndge The wedding take place on ember 9 at First United Church in Lethbndge. with Ken Jordan of ficiating Mr and Mrs O N of Lelhbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming mamage of the.r daughter Man Yvonne, to Kevin BnJtr son of Mr and Mrs Bnlt? of Alma Lake The wedding will take place on ember 16 at 3 30 p m in Si Patrick s Roman Catholic Church Mr and Mrs Don Tighe of Kelowna B C are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Wench to Garj MacDonald son of Mr and Ambert Kessler of Lethbndge The wedding will take place on 23 at the home of the groom s parents A call ing -eception will be held at 8 p m for fnends and relatives at the groom s home Kelhe Hoot and Sandy Hoot Best man was Eric Hawthorne of Nanton with groomsmen John McColl and Roddy Routledge Ushers were Gene Lowe and Paddy Orston Following a honeymoon trip in the United States and British Columbia, the couple look up residence in Nan ton Raw meat regulations enforced OTTAWA Consumer and Corporate Affairs Minister Andre Ouellet announced this week the promulgation of a new regulation under the Food and Drugs Act which will identify previously frozen meat poultry and fish offered for sale in the thawed state The regulation which is in line with the federal government's policy to re- quire more informative food labelling will require the words "previously frozen or "made from fresh and frozen portions whichever is applicable, to be declared on the principal display panel or on a sign adjacent to food that has been frozen and then thawed before being sold The regulation will apply to 'raw" meat, poultry and fish such as ground beef and fish fillets but will not applv to prepared or preserved products such as sausage The purpose of the regulation is to alert consumers that these products were previously frozen or made in part from frozen products and are not fresh' in the traditional sense "Right now, consumers can- not easilv distinguish previously frozen products from fresh ones at the display counter. Mr Ouellet said This new regulation is design- ed to prevent thawed meat from being offered as fresh at the retail level The regulation will come into force on Januarj 1 1975 Engagement Mr and Mrs Joe Haczkewicz of Lethbndge are proud to announce the engage- ment of her daughter Jean Leslie Foster to Mr Herb Marvin Culler son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Culler of Lethbndge The wedding will be an- nounced at a later date Golden anniversary The family of Mr and Mrs W P Bye of Milk River will hold an open house celebration m honor of their 50th wedding anniversary from 2 to 6 p m Nov 10 in the Elks Hall m Milk River No gifts, by request Woman train dispatcher 4th generation in family MOOSE JAW, Sask (CP) Joanne Peggie was following family tradition when she be came Canadian Pacific Rail- way s first female train dis patcher Joanne is fie fourth gener ation in the Peggie family to work for the railway Her fa ther a 32-year veteran with CP Rail, is master mechanic for the Moose Jaw division Both her grandfather and her great grandfather were railroaders As a dispatcher Joanne is responsible for sending shipp- ing orders to operators at various Saskatchewan points Male counterparts are help ful although they were a lit tie surprised at first to find a female dispatcher among them she said Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding reports 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 specif'C days of the week will be given consideration Wedding Reports with or without picture will now be accepted in the following forms Standard Wedding Report- using the information you provide on The Herald s standard wedding report form (available at The Herald) REPORT ONLY S 5 00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE S15 00 Extended Wedding If you wish information published which wojld be additional to that provded on The Herald s standard report form this will be accepted and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line Charge for a twc column picture with this write up would be S10 00 DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P M WEDNESDAY Oc THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Editor Mr and r i c 1 announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Sophia to Len Bloomberg son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bloomberg of Lethbndge The wedding will take place on 30 at 2 p m in the Ukranian Greek Orthodox Church The Christmas Portrait" It will not only make an idea! gift it will be a perfect one -FAMILY ALBUM Perhaps the most intimate gift you could give or receive 1224 3 South 327-2873 r Collage Mall 329-0211 5314 Ave. Taber 223-2402 ;