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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 23, 1974 MR AND MRS ROBERT LARRYJURGENS Jurgens Marshall ENNETHPOUGLAS KURTZ December vows D ex- gpn TIG son o! jrtzot i T ct Lertinotn at OIT L d> Cht'r b m of Orr of Holmes Don pa s- Si S O.JTl 1.OQ Each PRIZE Lethbndge Organist was Fls'e Wurzer Bndal attendants were Val B C Sharon Edmonton, Janet of Lethbndge and Morrison of >re Best man was Barrel I of Lethbndge with ushers Wayne Hart of Medicine Hat Jim Vickers of and Ken Hart of following a reception at the Scandinavian Hall the couple travelled to Spokane Seattle, and other points in '5 C for a honeymoon The couple has taken up in Lethbndge First United Church in Lethbndge was the setting for the marriage of Miss Brenda Jean Marshall, daughter of fir and Mrs Donald Marshall and Robert Larry Jurgens son of Mrs Francis Jurgens and the late Harry Jurgens All are of Lethbndge Rev Ken Jordan officiated at the double ring ceremony Organist was Allan Mills with soloist Liz Kallen Matron of honor was Gail Sauter of Milk River with bridesmaids Gail Marshall of Calgarj and Charlotte Reid of Lethbndge Best man was Brent Burton of Foremost with groomsmen Glen Miller of Calgary and Francis Smith of Lethbndge Ushers were Don Marshall of Calgary and Rod Sauter of Milk River Master of ceremonies at a reception held at the Scan dmavian Hall was Ken Soady, friend of the bride's family Toast to the bride was propos- ed by John Knight, uncle of the bride Following a honeymoon trip to Penticton and various points in B C and Alberta, the couple took up residence in Skiff Mr and Mrs Ivan Ponjavic of Coalhurst an- nounce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Marlene, to Ralph Dilworth, son of Mr and Mrs John Dilworth of Ohaton, Alta The wedding will take place on December 28 at 3 p m in Assumption Church, Lethbndge MR AND MRS JOHN MONTGOMERY DICK PARKS Parks Huchala Creative writing taught to northland children a ORTHODOX Parnit Nj 321960 24 P.MI. FAGLES HALL 13fn St, N. i -IPI JackDot S50 Won Each Weak S230 J in 53 NUWBEHS P S10 and cne nutr-ar per weak f each or 5 Cards S1 ,iC ONE UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE ALLOWED TO PLAY EDMONTON (CP) Native children in the isolated Wabasca-Desmarais area of Alberta s Northlands school division are receiving instruc- t'on in creative writing The children more than 500 in two schools, have been in volved in a five-week pilot project sponsored by the hterarv arts branch of tne province s department of culture youth and recreation Once a week since Oct 1. five Edmonton writers have flown into the schools, 200 miles north of Edmonton to help make writing come alive for the Cree children, whose people are gifted verbal story- tellers Horst A Schmid minister of culture youth and recreation said it is hoped iVe specialize in ail types of LAPSES AND MEN'S HAIR HIS HERS HA1RSTVLING 218 5thStreets from Gait Gardens) JANNIS KVVOHG STYL'ST i hurs ancJ Fri t 'I 8 p -n that the professional writers will help the children appreciate the beauty of the written word If this program kindles a creative spark and opens up the horizons to even 10 of the children, it will have been more than worthwhile The co-ordmator of the pro- gram, writer Margaret Cole- man Johnson, said the writers do not try to perfect the chil- dren's writing techniques, which often use a different style of gender and tense We feel it is more impor- tant to make them comfor table in putting their words, in the way they speak them, down on paper "We re trying to demonstrate the process of transferring an idea into written form MR AND MRS BRAD BENGRY Bengry Gaskell Rev Blake Anderson of ficiated at the marriage of Miss Susan Gaskell, daughter HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE or LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE S me to iom fin _, nv n :i i] d1 1 'h's hi v ALL uC124 TGi r fW LETHBBiDGE T -i- n S- T> Who's Looking After Your Children Today? it's hard on kids when In fact it's hard on the their mum's away family all around Take the pressure off by having a home- maker take care of your home amd your famuy until things are back to normal CALL. HOMEMAKER SERVICE 327-5725 After Hour Emergencies Call 328-0919 of Mr and Mrs Glen E Gaskell of Nobleford, and Brad Bengry, son of Mr and Mrs E M Boyd of Lethbndge The wedding ceremony took place at McKillop United Church in Lethbndge Maid of honor was Mary Ross of Lethbndge with junior bridesmaid Shelley Gaskell of Nobleford, sister of the bride Attending the guest book was Alice Vanderheide of Lethbndge Best man was Terry Wills of Lethbndge with ushers Brian Gaskell, brother of the bride, of Nobleford and Brent Bengrv. brother of the groom, of Lethbndge Following a reception held at the 702 Wing the couple travelled to Banff for a honeymoon The couple has taken up residence in Lethbndge EXCITEMENT UNDERFOOT Carpets by: CEUHESE KRAUSE Also other brand names, give you new. favorite even wild colors. We've got every kind of carpet you could ever want at prices you can afford. PLUS THE ALL NEW CARPET CLEANING A great opportunity for vou to save on carpet cleaning at its vary best for private or commercial For only 12C a square foot. ERGMAN'S Floor Coverings 2716-12thAve S 'Opei> ft 328-0372 till 9 p.tn Double ring wedding vows were exchanged recently between Miss Patricia Lynn Huchala, daughter of Mr and Mrs Angus Huchala of Lethbndge, and John Montgomery Dick Parks, son of Mr and Mrs William Parks Sr of Taber Officiating at the ceremony which took place in St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Lethbndge was Rev Carroll Organist was Mrs Doucette Bridal attendants were Michele Huchala, Marie Louise de Vos, Lillian Doroshenko and Rebecca Bishop Best man was Darrell Christensen of Taber with groomsmen Rodger Henault, David Wilson and Dave Jor- dan, all of Taber Ushers were Victor Parks and William Parks A reception was held at the Scandinavian Hall The couple took up residence in Taber Family life education urged for all grades REGINA (CP) An advisory committee on family life education Friday recommended a comprehensive educational program on family life as part of the school curriculum in all grades The committee, which reports to Education Minister Gordon MacMurchy, recommends more involvement of members of the community in curriculum planning and incor- poration of Family Life Saskatchewan, an existing volunteer group, so that it can better pursue its role of co-ordinating and advising on family life education The committee, set up a year ago consists of 12 members including teachers trustees, housewives and ministers, under the chairmanship of Rev Isidore Gorski of Regma CASH BINGO TONKHT, SATURDAY O'CLOCK HUNGMBJW OLD TWERS HALL J100 KKkni ftrrt tw HM Stlirtii 0M Motor jKfcpIs JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cirds lor or lied to No 1 Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Letltbridge Herald All wedding reports, marriage and engage- ment announcements will now be published on a special page m The Herald's Saturday edition each week Special requests for pub- lication on other specific 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 REPORT ONLY 5 00 REPORT WITH 2 COLUMN PICTURE 00 Extended Wedding if you wish 'nformation published wrcch would oe additional to that provided on Tne Herald's standard report form, this wit) be accepted and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count line Charge for a two column picture with this write-up would be 00 DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P M WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone Editor ;