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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBP.IDGE HERAtD Saturday, November 4, 1972 cLocal The Chinook Pensioners antl Senior Citizens' Handicraft Club will meet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday in (he all-pur- pose room nt the Civic Sports Centre. Special feature will be fun with bump chenille. The noon luncheon will be potliick, and women are reminded to bring scissors and needle and thread. Tail Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold its Autumn leaves hazaar Saturday Nov. IS, at Centre Village Mall. Au- tumn Leaves offers a fast, easy way to do some baking ar.d Christmas shopping. Members of the Major Burnett Past Noble Grands' Club are reminded of (lie an- nual banquet at p.m. Wed- nesday at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The regular monthly meeting of Laurel Chapter, No. 43. Or- der of the Eastern Star will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Hall. All visiting mem- bers welcome. The Laches of the Order of the Royal Purple will hold an Marriages announced Mr. and Mrs. Forman Hollingsworth of Victoria, B.C. announce the marriage of their daughter Sherry-Dawn, to Mr. annual fall tea and bazaar from 2-5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, at ilie Elks Hall. Ten convener will be Mrs. F. Baceda, and Ilora] arrangements mil be shown. Tlie will square and round dance in St. Augus- (ir.c's Parish Hall at p.m. Monday. All squa-e dancers are welcome, and women are asked Lo please take a box lunch. The Christmas party dance will be hold Saturday, Nov. 25. The luslory and current ev- ents department of the Mathe- sis Club will meet at p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. It. S. Thompson, 520 ICth St. S. The regular monthly meeting of the Oldman River Potters Guild will be hold at p.m. Tuesday in the potters' room at the Bowman Art Centre. St. Patrick's CWL groups will meet as follows: Mrs. L. Elder with Mrs. R. Alwood, 1903 Gth Ave. S. 2 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. H. H. Bartram with Mrs. M. Cash, 1218 6th Ave. S. p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. L. Reive with Mrs. M. Ferrel, Suite 134, Brentwood House, 5th Ave. S. 2 p.m. Wednesday. i Mrs. B. Noel with Mrs. J. Mc- M.ihon, 1022 Bth St. S. 8 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. L. Steele with Mrs. B. Sam Davids, son of Mrs. Esther i Kcmpenaar. 406 28th St, S. Davids of Picture Butte and I p.m. Tuesday. the late Mr. Lcttman Davids of I Iron Springs. Soutliminster square The wedding took place Lethbridge, Oclober 23. dance _in learners' group will dance at 8 CARDSTON fHNS) Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Alfred of Cardston wish to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kayleen Ruth, to Mr. Daniel Jo- seph Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bates of Loth- bridge. The young couple were mar- ried in Cardston on October 21, and will make their home in the Cardston district. p.m. Monday in Southminster hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square dance club will hold a regular dance at 8 p.m. Tues- day at Erie Rivers school. Women are asked to please take a box lunch. The Minus One Club will hold a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in S o u t h m i n ster Church hall. MR. AND MRS. RONAtD JOHN SVANES Svanes-Wray JUNE WEDDING PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. lloyd Her- manson of Castle Rock, Colorado, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Mr. Gerry Carmichael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Carmichael, of Lethbridge. Ann is a junior at Beth El Nursing School, nt the Memorial Hospital, in Colorado Springs; and Gerry is a junior taking pre-law, majoring in history, of Colorado College. Plans are being made for a June wedding in Colorado Springs. Wedding vows were solem- nized in St. Augustine's Angli- can Church recently, between Miss Edith Leora Wray, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mil- ton N. Wray of Lethbridge; and Mr. Ronald John Svanes, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Trygve Svanes of Carmangay. Rev. Roy L. Crisfield offi- ciated at the ceremony, with Mrs. W. A. Nelson as organist accompanying Miss Madeline Wray, sister of the bride, who sang during the signing of the register. Matron of honor was Mrs. R. D. (Peggy) Lomas, sister of the bride. Bridesmams were Mrs. L. D. (Cathy) Vadnais and Miss Made- line Wray. Best man was Mr. Grant Ford with groomsmen Mr. Dennis Burton and Mr. Terry Jcvne. Ushers were Mr. Jimmy Bradley and Mr. Lawrence Turner. A reception and dance were held in the Royal Canadian Le- gion Memorial Hall with Mr. Dave Shearer as master of cer- emonies. Mr. Dave Hackson proposed the toast to the bride, with the groom responding. Out-of-town guests attended from Norway; Victoria, Van- couver, BC.; Edmonton, Car- stairs, Calgary and Hat. MR. AND MRS. LAURIE SCOTT BOWNS Bland, photo Bowns-Hing First Baptist Church was the selling for the exchange of dou- ble-ring wedding vows between Miss Elizabeth King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert King; PORTRAIT SPECIAL 1-8x10 Slg.95 Forthcoming marriages Dr. and Mrs. James R. Nixon of Calgary are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their daughter, Roberta (Robin) Elizabeth, to Mr. Doug- las Robert Murfin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Murfin of Brocket. The wedding will take place Saturday, Novembar 18, at St. and All Angels Anglican Church, Calga-y. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manning Sr. of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage cl" their daughter, Valeric Dorofty Allen, to Mr. Gillfrt Einar Hansen, son of Mrs. Helen Lutz and the late Mr. Einar Hansen cf Fore- most. The wedding will take place December 2, at 6t. Augustine's Anglican Churcu, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs W. Barker Selman of Raymond are pleas- ed to announce the- forthcoming marriage of their daughter Karen to Mr. Greg S. Taylor, son of Dr. and Mrs. F. Willis Taylor of Bountiful, Utah. The wedding will take nlace K'ovemher 2n in the Alberta Temple, Cardstor. Mr. and Mrs. John Peddie "I are happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Rita Diane, lo Mr. Clifford Jamos Middlcton. son r of Mrs. Charlotte Middlcton, all of Lethb-idgc. The wedding will laku place December 23. in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, The forthcoming marriage Is announced of Miss Janice Lorna Marriott, daughter of Mrs. Mollic Marriott antf the late Leslie Marriott, of Taber; to Mr. Mills Pavka, son of Mrs. Kathcrine Pavka and the late WITH FRAME PIUS 4 CUSTOM PORTRAITS MOUNTED Package "Open evenings and holiday! by appointment until Chriilmoi" A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111- 710 3rd AVC. S. -328-0222 a out an The cast and members of the Southminster Junior Girls' Choir and the Pink Siamese wish to thank all those who gave their enthusiastic support! to the operetta. Ms. Wilma Winter, associate professor of physical education at the University of Lethbridge, will be the featured speaker at the next regular meeting of the Lclhbridge Optimist Club at the El Rancho Motor Hotel at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The topic of Ms. Winter's speech will be the effect o f women's lib on llts world of women's sports. The provincial championship ladies' junior Softball team from Lethbridge, The Op- town timisLs, will be special guests for the dinner meeting. J i m and Myrtle Jones were recently honored by their friends with a farewell dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Jones have now taken up residence at Apt. 206, G66 Buswell Rd, Richmond, B.C. MR. AND MRS. JOHN ANDREW HAGG Chirk and Mr. Laurie Scott Boras, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Bowns, all of Lethbridge. Rev. Keith Churchill offi- ciated at the ceremony, with Mr. Hopper as organist and singers Mr, and Mrs. Norm Hunt. The bride wore a floor-length gown of French mistique, with matching coat of silk organzn enhanced by rows of lace, and fastened to the waist with tiny bows. Her floor-length veil was edged in lace and held in place with a full-crowned tiara. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Bailey of Vancouver; Miss- es Arlene and Brawnwynn King, toth sisters of the bride Flowergirl was Miss Dianne Jones, of Camrcse, cousin of the bride; with ringbsarer David 'Chomiak. Best man was Mr. Terry Bai- ley of Vancouver. Groomsmen were Mr. Kevin Bowns, brother of the groom and Mr. Douglas Bowersoclt of Kamloops, B.C., cousin of the groom. Ushers were Mr. Robert Ross of Calgary and Mr. Larry Bow- ersock of Kamloops, cousin of the groom. Mrs. Ina Powell, aunt o[ the bride, made the wedding cake. Following a reception in (he lower hall of the -church, the couple travelled to Jasper for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bowns have ta- ken up residence in Calgary. MR. AND MRS. RONALD JAMES ZEZULKA -de Jourdon, pholo Zezulka-Head M i s s Sally Grace Head, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Head of Medicine Hat was uni- ted in marriage with Mr. Ron- ald James Zczulka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Zezulka, of Leth- bridge, in a recent ceremony. Father Laffety officiated at the which took place in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Mrs. McCallum was organist and Miss T. Patterson was solo- ist. The bride wore a gown of white voile chiffon, with puff sleeves and long, [lowing self- train. She carried a bouquet of mix- ed pink, mauve and blue flow- ers. Miss Angela Head, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, with Mrs. Karen Head, sister- in-law of the bride as matron of honor. Miss Shirley Zezulka, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. They wore gowns of white chiffon with pink and purple flowers. Best man was Zezulka of Dartmouth, brother of the groom; with groomsmen Mr. Patrick Head, brothtr of the bride and Mr. Henry Zdun. Ushers were Mr. David Head, brother of the bride and Mr. Joe Zezulka, brother of the groom. The groom and his attendants wore black tuxedos with com- plementing mauve shirts. A reception was held in the Labor Club with the toast to the bride given by Mr. David Head. The couple travelled to the Banff area for a honeymoon and have taken up residence in Calgary. Jerry N.S., I ccafoon College Shopping Stanford University Mcmori- The wedding will take" place in John Pavka, of Lcthbridgc. on December !l al p.m. in SI. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Tabcr. Marriage announced Mrs. Ruth Mack of Warner and Mr. William Mack of High Prairie, are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Valeric Anne, to Mr. Roy Harold Slolz of Lclhbridgc, son of Mrs. Elsio Slolz of Mnelcod, The wedding took place on OdolKT 27 at 7 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of lat- ter-day Saints, Lclhbridgc. Hip selling for tlir. recent exchange of double-ring wed- ding vows between Miss Patricia (lail Clark, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark of Ixithhridgc; and Mr. John Andrew Ilngg, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ilagg of Hod Ocllr, Alhe.rla. llev. Minlo officiated at Ihc coremony, with Mr. and Mrs. Dill Merry of Ilelmonl, Calif., nllcndinn as matron of honor nrd Iwsl mnn. Following their honoymoon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilagg have taken up residence nt Ihc Stanford Unlvcrslly campus. Tho bride Is prcscnlly com- plctlng her Bachelor of Educa- tion at Foothills College in Palo Alto, and the groom is in his graduating year of MBA stud- ies al, Stanford. Mr. anil Mrs. William K. Lar- son arc happy lo announce the engagement of their only daughter, Lynnc Margaret, lo Mr. neralil L. Jtainlg, son of Mr. and Mrs. It. llwinig of Ed- monton. The wedding will Lake place on I'Yiday, I, at the Moraviaa Church in Edmonton. you chorish o beau- tiful portrait photograph in natural color of your children or grnnrlrhilHrrn? LEANNE-1 year Daughter of MR and MRS. A. BARVA tETHBRIDGE IOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE JJ7-563I ;