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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MR. AND MRS. RODNEY CRAIG NELSON Nelson-Innes Bishop George Bohne offi- ciated at the wedding of Shir- ley Kay Jnnes. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Innes of Raymond, and Rodney Craig Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Nelson of Wrentham. j Given in marriage by her i father, the bride was attended I by her sister, Patricia, and by Miss Rhea of Raymond. Attending the groom were Mr. Doug Greeno, best man, and brother of the groom, Mr. Ed- ward Nelson, both of Wren- tham. A reception was held in the LDS Second Ward hall, follow- ed by open house at the home of the groom's parents. The couple is now residing at Wrentham, following a honey- moon trip to Calgary and Banff. AND MRS. EZIDIO GIOVANNI VUCH Vucli-Hopkins Sacred Heart Cathedral was the scene of wedding vows be- j tween Janet Lczlie Hopkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hop- kins, of Regina, Sask. and Ezi- dio Giovanni Vuch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Redento Vuch, of Lcthbririge. Bridal attendants were th Misses Shirley Gieni, an Claire Walker all of Rcgin; Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sturtc- vant of Foremost are pleased In announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Charlene Marie lo Mr. I3rvan Leonard Gilborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gilborn of Coutts. Tile wedding will take place at 2 p.m. October 30, in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kindree of Youngstown are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their f'aughler, Linda Gail, to Mr. LeRoy Allan Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Reuben Alfred Thelin Cook of Picture Butte. j formerly of the Fort Macleo The wedding will take place t district "and now of Beaverton on Saturday, October 16, at 3 j Oregon, is a senior at BYU p.m. in the First United! Provo, Utah. Her fiance, son o Church, Hanna. Mrs. Frances and the late Gle R. Marchant of Milwaukie j Oregon, is a BYU graduate. Julia wedding is planned fo May. The engagement of Hildegarde Tlrelh and Frank R. Marchan was announced at a recent family dinner party. Miss Thelin, daughter of Mr. Monday, Oct. llfh JACKPOT 54 NOS. "20 AlARM BINGO" SI Gold Card Pay Double Door Prize-Free Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeBoei of Fort Macleod are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar riage of their youngest daugh ter, Barbara Ilene to Mr. Allan Nauta, son of Mr. and Mrs Archie Nauta of High River. The wedding will take place at p.m. Friday, Novembe; 5, in the Granum Christian Re formed Church. Mr. and Mrs. James Berry of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the engagement of then- daughter, Debra Joyce, to Mr. Jon Leslie Enander of Lett- bridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Enander. More Family on page 18 ESTABLISH A BAN TORONTO (CP) Roman Catholic children who come to Canada on visitors' pass- ports will not be allowed to attend Metropolitan To r o n t o separate schools, the Metro sep- arate school board has ruled. Approving a revision regarding admission regulations, the board agreed with Superintend- ent B. E. Nelligan who said school entry by visiting children was oflcn an attempt by their parents to get landed immigrant status. and Mrs. Debbie Vuch of Leth- bridge. Mr. Fiorenzo Vuch of Leth- bridge was the best man. Ush- ers were Mr. Claude Gunissi- vich and Mr. Julian Carlin. A j reception was held at the Fla- mingo Banquet Hall in Regina where the couple spent their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vuch have now taken up residence in Leth- bridge. -de Jourdon Photo MR. AND MRS. RICK ALAN RAESLER Raesler-Stronski Solutday, Oclobor 9, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Double ring vows were per-' formed by Rev. R. W. K. El-' j liol for the wedding ceremony 1 of Diane Janet Stronski, daugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. William Stronski of Turin and Rick. Alan Haesler, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Otto Racsler, of Onoway, Alberta. The ceremony took place in Southminster United j I Church, Lelhbridge. Maid of honor was Miss Deb- bio Stronski, Turin, sister of' the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Shimik, Turin, and Miss Connie Stronski, Tur- in, sister of Uie bride. Best man was Mr. Barry Racsler, of Rutland, B.C. Ush- ers were Mr. William Frascr of Edmonton, and Mr. Dave Erikson of Jasper. MRS. CHARLES -.'OX Cox-GrunemJd Wedding vows, were ex-, basket: ai flowers. The out- changed between Bonnie Jean: side reception was held that Gruenwald, youngest daughter I evening in the Garden Park of Mrs. Helen Cheney Grune- j Ward's beautiful landscaped wald of Lethbridge and Mr. W.! grounds After a.reception held at the B. Gnmewald of The happv couple spent their General Grant Room of the El! B.C., and Charles Everard honeymoon' at Jackson, Rancho Motor Hotel, the couple Cox; of Dr- nling] ancl also Driggs, Ida- travelled to the Pacific coast for honeymoon. ANNOUNCEMENT The Marquis Beauty Salon is now under new management. Now under the name MONIQUE AT THE MARQUIS Owned and operator! by Moniquo. Moniqiro hai 10 y-ors hairarossing and slyling experience. Trained under Ihe German hnirdrossina champion! Ali Hauko and Goo Schulia of Hamburg, Germany. Como In and sou our newly renovated premises. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE MONIQUE AT THE MARQUIS PHONE 328-8023 Mr. and Mrs. Raesler will re- side in Lethbridge for one year prior to taking up residence in Kingston, Ont. where the groom will continue his iai studies KENNETH ARTHUR CHARLESWORTH Charlesworth-Riehl Rev. R. W. K. Elliott per- ormed double ring ceremonies Duane I Labor Club in Lethbridge, the couple travelled to British CT- n Southminster United Church Mr or the wedding of Eleanor Riehl, daughter of Mr. and tlrs. Jake Riehl, of Nobleford and Kenneth Arthur Charies- vorth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art -harlesworth of Picture Buite. Bridal attendants included liss Gayle Cox, of Lethbridge s maid of honor, and the Miss Darlene Riehl, Nobleford; Mrs. andra Chretien, Whitehorse; nd Miss Marilyn Charles- 'orth, Picture Butte. Junior bridesmaid was Miss 'onnie Riehl of Nobleford, and owergirl was Miss Shcrri-Tlae harlesworth of Picture Butte. Best man was Mr. James icbuchi of Calgary. gary and Mr. Ron Bush of Cal- their honeymoon They have now taken up resl- worth of Picture dence at 414 15 Ave. N.E. Cal- Followmg a reception at the' gary. ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL TEA SAT., OCT. 16th CASHIERS George Nicolson, Nick Zubcik, Juli Petci, Bill Boychuk. SERVERS Agnes Makarenko, Harold Deal, Alice Stroyek, John Kobal, Jim Campbell, Bill Boychuk. KITCHEN HELPERS John Kinduk, Mary Pylica, Nick Koskovich, Frank Peta, Simon Huzar, Mrs. F. Huzar Sr. Eugene Chollak in charge of the Bazaar Books George Onofrychuk N. Tcrleski Work Tablo rard Francis Cox, of Ham- ho at the aimrs homei stead, Md., in the Salt Lake TnCy arp nmv residing at 11705 Temple, with President Bow-' ]3 E., Salt Lake City Utah ring officiating at the double wilere (ne groom attending rang ceremony. medical school at the Univer- The bride wore an original; sity of Utah. The oride is cur- creation of white crepe, with a rently employed as a surgical pearl and jewel trim at the technician at the Utah Medical empire waistline, with a ruffle Centre. The proom has served on wrists and hemline. She! an LDS mission to California, wore an illusion veil, and car-; West Spanish American, and ried a bouquet of long! was assistant to the mission stemmed Talisman roses. The: president. The bride attended maid of honor. Miss JoAnn the Universitv of Edmonton, Stratford, of Ogden, Utah, and she also attended the Alberta Misses Kristine and Kathy school of nursing. Lynn Patterson nieces of the bride, were the bridesmaids. The best man was Mr. Mor- ris Fruit of Lindsay, California, ushers were Messrs. Val and Vance twin cousins of the groom. Bridesmaids dresses were hot pink and orange flowered nylon chiffon, they wore gar- den picture hats, and carried F.O.E. BiNGO TONIGHT. EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 or 25C Ench Twelve 7 Number Gomel JACKPOT Free Games and Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not a4lowed Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Icthbridge Hemld letting him choose his tie him- self. KKDUCKS SUDS When your .vashing machine overflows because if loo much suds, pour in a lillle vinegar into the walcr. The suds will be reduced immediately. All wedding reports, marriage and engapemen) announcements will now be published on i spe- cial page in The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consideration- Wedding Reports, with or without picture, will new 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 If you wish information published which would bo additional to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this will 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 DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL 8E 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK fOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor Herald ;