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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturdoy, Novimlwr 7, 1970 THt LHH8RIOGE HlliALD 31 MR. AND MRS. WARREN HARRY READ Read-Erickson St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church of Lethbridge was the scene of double ring ceremony for Bonnie Jean, daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Brick- son ot Milk Rwer who became the bride of Mr. Warren Harry Read, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. R. Bead of Swift Current, Sask. The bride was given in marriage by her father with Rev. L. D. HanMnson officiat- ing. Miss Judy Dickie of Swift Cm-rent sang, Together For- ever, accompanied by Mrs. Lor- raine Ellert of Milk River, dur- ing the signing of tho register. The bride wore an A-line floor length gown of white satin with daisy applique trim, a Juliette veil and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white daisy mums with slippers by her mother on her wedding day. Miss Marie Head, sister of the groom was maid of honor and Miss Marcella Erickson, sister of the bride was senior bridesmaid. They wore matching orange floor- length gowns, designed with full skirts and long sleeves. Junior bridesmaids were Misses Monica, Corinne and Loma .Erickson, sisters of the bride. They wore short gowns of pastel orange and green peau d'elegance. The groom was attended by Mr. Richard Bianchi of Coutts and Mr. Glenn Read, brother of the groom. Ushers were Messrs. Kenneth Anderson of Didsbury and Merv Finell of Pontex, Sask. All male mem- bers of the wedding party wore matching yellow shirts. The wedding was followed by a reception in Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant in Leth- bridge with master of cere- monies, Mr. Madge of Milk River. The head table was centered by a three-tier wedding cake which was baked by the bride's mother and dec- orated by a friend, Mrs. Millie Fiest of Milk River. Toast to the bride was given by Mr. Richard Bianchi and the toast to the groom by Mr. Tom. Lawrence of Cur- rent. The bride and groom re- sponded to each other's toasts. Miss Renee Wright sang three selections while accompanying herself on the guitar. For her going-away outfit the bride chase a beige knit suit with brown accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Follow- ing a brief honeymoon in Havre and Great Falls, ttS.A., the couple will make their home in Milk 'River. Out-of-town gtiests at the wed- ding were from: Ottawa, Revelstoke, B.C.; Neilburg, St. Walburg, Regina, Swift Cur- rent and Saskatoon, Sask.; Ed- monton; Didsbury and Milk River. Terry Bland Photo, Taber MR. AND MRS. ROBERT P. KRAWCHUK Krmvchuk- Jensen The Alberta Card- ston was the setting for the morning wedding of Sheila Le- nora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Glen Jensen of Lethbridge and Mr. Robert P. Krawehuk, son of Mrs. Tlene Krawchuk of Bayfield, Ont, and the late Mr. K r a w chuk. President Heber Jensen officiated at the wed- ding. The bride's white peau d'ele- gance gown was trimmed with wide lace and complemented by a full length sleeveless coat. She carried a bouquet of white butterfly roses centred with a white cattleya orchid, ribbons matching the colors of the at- tendants gowns, hung from the bouquet. Mrs. Joannsne MeCalaum ot Calgary, sister of the bride was matron of honor. Brides- maids were Miss Debra White- head, cousin of the bride, and Miss Kathy Low, and the Miss- ess Miriam Jensen and Shelly Nixon, nieces of the bride. They wore identically styled empire waist gowns, with Juliet sleeves and stand up col- lars in pastel shades of rnauve, blue and green. Their bouquets were, white carnations with ribbons and net puffs matching their gowns. Best man was Mr. Sam Me- Caumm of Calgary. Grooms- men included the Messrs. Brie K. Jensen, Thomas L. Jensen, brothers of the bride and Mas- ter Rodderick Jensen, nephew of the bride. Following the ceremony a family dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert J. Jensen of Lethbridge. A recep- tion was held in the evening at the Taber LDS Stake Centre with Mr. George Whitehead as roaster of ceremonies. Mr. Le Ron Low presented the toast to the bride. For travelling to points in the East, the bride choose a pant dress of lime green comple- mented by a print top. Her corsage was a green cymbidi- um orchid. The couple are re- siding in Scarborough, Ont. Forthcoming Marriages CARDSTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Addison Greene of Cardston are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their youngest daugh- ter, Verla, to Mr. Kim Camp- bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les- ter M. Campbell of Owendale. The wedding will take place on Saturday November 28 in The Alberta Temple. Mr. L. J. Heppler and Mrs. M. E. Heppler are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of Bieir eldest daughter, Debra Lynn to Mr. Ross Lee son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard all of Leth- bridge. The wedding will take place Saturday, November 28 in the Salvation Army Citadel. GOLDEN WEDDINS Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Hotel) Reeves were honored recently on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary with o family dinner in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel and an open house in their home. Their children and families in attendance included: Mrs. P. (Joy) Fry of Cciigary, John Reeves of Medicine Hatt Miss Vaughn Reeves, Mrs. 3. (Feme) Upright ond Mrs. F (Kay) Riley, all of Edmonton. Mrs. J. (Dorothy) Alius of New York was unable to attend. They also have 16 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mr, and Mrs. Reeves are now pre- paring to leave on their annual flight to Brownsville, Texas. -de Jourdan's Photo Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCIen- aghan are pleased to announce ihe forthcoming marriage at their only daughter, Ann to Mr. Terry G. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Allen, all of Leth- bridge, The wedding will take place Saturday, December 5 at 4 p.m. in First United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Leth of Taber wish to announce with pleasure the engagement of their only daughter, Sandra Jean to Mr. Abdel Fattah Badwi, son of Dr. aisd Mrs. Zaki Badwi of Alexandria, Egypt. The weddtag will take place in Calgary, December 10, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Erickson of Milk River are pleased to announce the engagement of Iheir eldest daughter, Marcella Mae (x> Mr. Gordon Kosinski, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Ko- sinski of Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Triska of Coaldaie are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter. Donna Ruth to Mr. Donald 3. Randall, both of Calgary, Mr. Randall is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Randall of Berkshire, England. The wedding will take place in Calgary on December 5 in the Wesley United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Stead W. Hooper of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter Susan Jane to Mr. William John Brol- ey Giffen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn S. Giffen of Sunnyside. The wedding will take place on December 19 at 4 p.m. in McKillop United Church. RAYMOND (HNS) The forthcoming marriage is an- nounced'of Miss Marilyn Sara, only daughter of Mrs. Elaine P. and the late William E. Meeks of Raymond to Mr. Ar- thur V. Zobell, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zobell of Raymond. The wedding will take place in the Latter Day Saint Tem- ple, Cardston, Alberta on De- cember 12, Air. and Mrs. C. G. Orion announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their eldest daughter, Louise M, to Richard C. Starke, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Starke, formerly of Leth- bridge, now of Grande Prairie. The wedding will take place on November 12, in St. Augus- tine's Church. love is... being very happy though not liberated. by Priestley MR. AND MRS. JOHN JOSEPH VANDENBERG VandenBerg-Hunt Rev. J. A. Carroll officiated at double ring vows between Pay Carol Hunt, daughter oi Mr. arid Mrs. Cyril A. Hunt, of Lethbridge and John Joseph VandenBerg, son oC Mr. and Mrs. Aart VandenBerg, of Coal- dale. The wedding took place in St. Patrick's Church, L e t h- bridge with Mr. Trevor Ben- nett as organist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ruth VandenBerg, sister of the bride ot Lethbridge and bridesmaids were Misses Ter- rie Buta, cousin oi the bride of Calgary and Heather McDon- ald oi Lethbridge. Flowerg i r 1 was Miss Arlene Klccster, niece of the groom, Picture Butte. Mr. Art VandenBerg, brother of the groom of Edmonton was best man with ushers, Mr. Art VandenBerg, b r o t h e r of the groom of Edmonton Mr. Sergeo Tonin of Lethbridge. Hingbearer was Master Bobby Beekman, nephew of the groom of Coaldaie. The reception and dance was held in the Royal Canadian Le- gion, Memorial Hall. The cou- ple travelled on their honey- moon to Banff and Edmonton and will take up residence in Coaldaie. Social Stigma No Longer Held TORONTO (CP) Most sin- gle girls, once feared the social stigma of pregnancy and felt guilty if they lost their virginity, but today "a lot of them are not sure if it's worth a To- ronto doctor told the annual meeting of the Ontario College of Family Physicians. Dr. Ted Cross, who teaches a course in sex education to nurses, said the birth control pill has acted like "high-octane fuel to the women's protest spurring them to high gear be- cause it permitted them sexual equality. 'COMES THE MARRIAGE VOWS Double ring marriage vows were exchanged between Sylvia Phyllis ScKmalibauer daughter of Mr, Lawrence Schmalzbouer of Hoosier, Sask. and Conrad Harly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Harty of foremost. Tl'e wedding took place on October 10 at the Sacred Hear! Church, Marcngo Sosk., with Father Scngor officiating. MR. AND MRS. PATRICK PERCY BSUCE Bruce-Murakami Double ring vows were per- formed between Marine Yon- eko Murakami, daughter of Mrs. Frances K. Murakami, and Patrick Percy Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bruce, all of Lethbridge. The wedding took place in Buchanan Mem- orial Chapel of Southminster United Church with Pastor William E. Harms officiating. The bride who carried three long stemmed red roses, wore a simple A-Iine chiffon gown with a lace hood and shoulder length cape which fell into a floor length train. She was giv- en in marriage by Mr. Cecil Murakami, brother of the bride. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Marion Rodzinyak of Calgary and Miss Wendy Murakami, sister of the bride. They wore mauve printed pant dresses and carried while gladiolus. Mr. Bruce Trockstad of Leth- bridge was best man and ush- ers were Messrs. Stuart McMil- lan of Calgary and Walter Ed- voWmoff of Lethbridge. A reception and dance was held in the Royal Canadian Le- gion. Miss Julia Hewitt of Mon- treal, Quebec attended the guest book and Mr. Leonard Ander- son, Calgary, cousin of the bride, was master of cere- monies. After a honeymoon in Banff and the Okanagan Valley, the couple have taken up residence in College Manor, Lethbridge. Engaged NOVEMBER VOWS Mr. and Mrs. Wallace G. Archi- bald of Glemvood are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Gayla Kathleen, to Mr. Da- vid Reed Sleight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sleight, of Ogden, Utah. The wedding will take place on November 27 in the Cardston LDS Tem- ple. Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In Herald All wedding repcrrs, marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of (he week will be given every 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 REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding ff you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Herald's standard report form, this will be accepted, and the entire report will then bs charged at per count line, Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be DEADUN6 FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The lethbrulge Herald ;