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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurday, November IS, 1972 MR. AND MRS. DAVID ALLEN Allen Walker The marriage of Miss Eliza- beth Walker, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Walker, lo Mr. David Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Allen, was solemnized at St. Augustine's Angli can Church, with Rev. R. L. Cris- field officiating. Mr. Edward Greenwood was organist, and the church was decorated with plants and flow- ers from the Sunrise Ranch. The bride wore a gown of Ivory satin embossed wilh roses. The hem, neck and sleeves of the dress were trim- med with lace. Her floor length veil was appliqucd with roses. The bride's sheaf of red roses was designed by the groom's father. Bridal attendants were Miss Frances Stokes. Miss Peggy Morkin and Miss Sandra Bal- covske. Junior bridesmaid MTas Miss Kerry Allen, with Miss Susan Stiles, niece of the bride, as flowergirl. They wore floor-length gowns of red velvet, with bonnets ov- erlaid in white lace and carried bouquets of white carnations tipped with red. Best man was Mr. Joe Ship- per, with groomsmen Mr. Terry and Dennis Allen. Ushers were Mr. Tommy Allen and Mr. Gerrit Vande- steeg. A reception was held at the Yates Memorial Centre, with Mr. Reed Ainscough as master of ceremonies. Dr. Frank Christie proposed the toast to lire bride and Mr. Joe Shipper proposed the toast to the bridesmaids. Attending the guest book was Miss Carol Christie. The Carse Everson section of St. Augustine's Church Women served the light meal. Following a honeymoon trip to California, Mr, and Mrs. Allen have taken up residence! in Lethbriclge. MR. AND MRS. IARRY ELHART E, Cross, photo Elhart Langeman Miss Judy Elaine Langeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Langeraan of Letbbridge, was recently united in marriage with Mr. Larry Elhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elhart of Medicine Hat. Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiated at the ceremony which took place in St. Augustine's Church. Mrs. Jim Thomson was the soloist. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Vera Liptak, Miss Judy Brezov- ski, Mrs Gwen Monner, Mrs. Darlcne Glock and junior bridesmaid, Miss Sherry El- hart. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Beattie of Calgary are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Diane Carol, to Mr. Juergen H. Renter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl L, Renter of Lethbridge. A June wedding li planned. Flowergirls wore Misses Val- arie and Cathy Liptak, with ringbearer Todd Glock Best man was Mr. Joe Lip- tak, with groomsmen, Mr. Hugh Geddes, Mr. Phil Melville and Mr. Doug Clock. Following a reception and dance held at Uie Labor Club, the couple travelled to Calgary for a honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Elhart have ta- ken up residence in Letbbridge. MR. AND MRS. GREGORY RAtPH COURT Court Ripley Rev. H. L Crisfield officiated at the double-ring wedding cer- emony uniting Miss Bonnie Lynn Ripley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Charles Rip- ley, and Mr. Gregory Ralph Court, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Court. All are of Lethbridge. Organist was Mrs. Margaret Nelson, with soloist Mrs. Sylvia Chomey, sister of the groom. The marriage took place in St. Augustine's Anglican Church. Maid of honor was Miss Cathy Nicholas of Coutts. Bridesmaids were Miss Jane Brindley and Miss Darlene Rip- ley, sister of the bride. Best man was Mr. Mark Boh. with groomsman Mr. Gary Jones. Ushers were Mr. Ken Kosh- inan and Mr. Jim Williams. Following a buffet dinner held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant, the couple travel- led to California for a honey- moon. Mr. and Mrs. Court have taken up residence in Leth- bridge. Marriages announced Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ham- ling of Warner, wish to an- nounce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Susan Gay, to Mr. Brian Jesson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jesson, of Pelly, Sask. Bishop C. Burbank officiated at tire ceremony performed in the Church of Jesus Christ of Lattcr-d a y Saints nortliside chapel. Miss Roxanne Degenstein of Fort Macleod was maid of hon- or, with Mr. Jack Lindcrman as groomsman. A family lunch was served by the sister of the groom, Mrs. Walter Kampen of Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jesson have taken up residence at 714 16th St. S., Lethbridge. Double ring marriage vows were exchanged in a Novem- ber 0 ceremony, between Miss Agnes Kotasek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kotasek and Mr. Paul Petrina, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petrina Sr. All are from Lethbridge. Mr. Edward Kiscl officiated at the Court House wedding, and a marriage blessing follow- ed in Immanuel Lutheran Church on November 18. A reception was held at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel, with tno bride's sister, Mary Rose Mrazek, mistress of ceremonies, proposing a toast to the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Petrina have taken up residence in Leth- bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madge wish to announce the marriage of their daughter, Marion Louise, to Mr. Robert Collin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collin of Milk River. The wedding took place today at 4 p.m. in Our Lady of As- sumption Church, Lethbridge. A dance and open house be held in the Milk" River Elks Hall tonight at nine for all wish- ing to attend. DECEMBER CEREMONY Mr. and Mrs. Waller Skura are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Mary, lo Mr. Harmen van der Lee, son of Mrs. Christine van der Lee, nil of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on December 30 at 1 p.m. in Our Lady of Assumption Church. A. E. Cross, photo COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL 1-8x10 WITH FRAME PLUS 4 CUSTOM PORTRAITS MOUNTED Si fi.95 Cambinalloi "Open evening! and by appoinlmtnl until Chriitmas" A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111- 710 3rd Ave. S.-328-0222 TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Bill) Granl of Coullj, an pleased fo announce the engagement of fheir eldest daughter, Catherine Ann, to Mr. Richard Allen Baker, eld- eit ion of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baker of Walerton Park. The wedding will lake place in January. Ask About Our Combination Offer KAREN 5 ycrs. DEAN 10 yrs. Children nf MRS. PEARL CHRISTIANSON tETHBRIDGE The following services now available to the residents of Southern Alberta 16 MM FILM PRODUCTION COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY CUSTOM DUCK AND WHITE PROCESSING WEDDINGS AND SOCIAL EVENTS FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL E. R LILLEY 328-1346 If our Guide for Gift-Giving When a bride vjsiis our Gill Registry, il's the beginning of mony happy experiences. As jhc selecli ihe pollerns and col- ors for her household Irousseau, ho graciously provides a fluids tor giving which will servo for years to come. Family and friends may consult these rec- ords as ihcy shop for wedding jiffs ond later at anniver. larv nnH holiday times. Our Bride List JOYCE CHALMERS CAROLINE CROSS.. ANN KUBIK KATIItEEN MERRILt ANNETTE MAEGARRD MARJORIE TORWICK JOAN THIELEN DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S. ;