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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Snlimlny, October 14, Forthcoming marriages Mr. ami Mrs. Prank J. Ku-1 the M c n u o n i I c Conference bik of Iron Springs arc pleased lo Runounce tlie forthcoming' marriage of their daughter, Ann Valerie, lo Mr. Jerry Gene Baran, son of Mv. and Mrs. Mike liaran of Turin. Tlie wedding will lake place on November 25 at 3 p.m. in SI. Catherine's Roman Calho- lic Church, Picture I'littc. Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Turner ot Raymond arc pleased lo an- nounce the forthcoming marri- age of their daughter. Onthia Gail, to Mr. Kennelli N. Steed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V. Steed of Paris, Ont. The wedding will lake place on November 4 in Ihe Alberta Temple, Cnrdston. Mr. and Mrs. Jakob Neiifckl of Lolhbridge, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their only daughter, Ilelcne ililde- gard, to Mr. Bryan John Manl- ier, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Manlier of Coaldale. The wedding will lake place on November 11 al 4 p.m. in Church, Coakiale. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Murrcn arc pleased to an- nounce the engagement forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Marion Jane, to Mr. Mclvin Nick Mykytink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mj'kytiuk, all of Lcthbridgc. The wedding will-take placa on November 18 at 3 p.m. in the Central Church of Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tyrrell arc pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their davghler, Gail Rosalie, to Mr. I Richard Donald Jacklin, son of j Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 1 Jacklin, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on November 24 at p.m. in j the Buchanan Chanel, South- I minster United Church. Olson-MacDonald Mauza Harris Marriage vows changed uniting M Verne MacDonald. dauphl Mr. and Mrs. Hector Macllon-1 aid of Bow Island, and Mr. j Hugh Arlan Olson, .son of Mr.; and Mrs. Hugh Olson of britlge. Rev. D. Hodge performed the double-ring ceremony which took place in SI. Andrew's United Church. 1 Mis. LaVernc Faris v.as or- panist frith Mrs. Karen Holt of Calgary, cousin of the groom. as soloist. The bride wore a traditional floor-length white gown, laced with pink satin ribbon. She carried a bouquet of yel- low daisies and pink sweet- heart roses. Maid of honor was Miss Mar- lane Voeller of Edmonton. Bri- dal attendants were Mrs. Kar- en Boye-s of Pincher Creek, sis- ter of the bride, and Miss Pam Garrecht of Bow Island. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Debra MacDonald, sister of the bride. Flowergirl was Miss Shelley MacDonaid with Jason Kisel of Lethbridge. Bridal attendants wore floor- eie cv- length mauve floval gowns and .lanot La-; carried bouquets of white dais- ies intertwined with mavive vel- vet ribbon. MR. AND MRS. The groom wore a grey wool worsted suit and the grooms- men wore navy blazers and grey pants. Best man was Mr. Lyn Tar- nava of Lethbridge. Grooms- men were Constable Michael Boycs, Mr. Darrow Olson and Mr. Kahnan Olson, both broth- ers of the groom. Ushers were Mr. Grant 01-1 was g recently PATRICK JOHN MADDEN -A. E. Cross, photo son, Mr. Bob Gresg. 'M" marriage with Mr. Patrick John Vrecko and Mr. Bill Brown. j Madden of Dnimhe !er sou of i Mr. ami Mrs. Patrick Madden A reception and dance held at the Bur riot t Centennial] Hall, viLh the 1-esl man as i ns master of ceremonies. Miss Charlene Hinds was in charge of the guest j Guests travelled from Port I The lovch paic 'MI of Mr ind Mi N Haitis of CoiHalc as 1 the ettmg foi the iccent I ding Miss Janet Michelle Harris, eldest daughter oE Mv, and Mrs. A. Gale Hams; and Mr. Brian Eric Mauza, young- est son oE Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Mauza, all of Lethbridge. The I ions e, now owned by Miss Lana Jean den have taken up residence in? lhe and aunt, was daughter of Mrs. Alyce Le- i Di-umheller where the groom is I the home of her grand Grandeur of and! with the firm of Sandercock, Mr. Hamon LeGrandour of Cal-1 Schumacher and Madden. Madden LeGrandeur I Albecrii and Vancouver, B.C.; Edmonton, Calgary anti pin- cher Creek. Alia., Outlook, Moose Jaw and Wynyard, Sask. j The couple travelled to Brit- ish Columbia and the United States for their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Olson residence in Kev. Ulake offici- ated at the double-ring cere- mony which took place in Me- Killop United Church. Organist was Mr. A. K. Put- land, with Mrs. B. Tyson as soloist, who sany the Lord's Prayer an6 The Lord Is My Shepherd. Miss Anita Turner was maid d a Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Orcutt of Co aid ale are p le used to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Shelley Lorraine, to Mr. George Goertzen, son of Mr. j and Mrs. Peter Goertzen of Ta- her. Tlie wedding will take place J parents anc! father. The ceremony look place under a large weeping birch tree, flanked on both sides with pedestals topped by large swans filled with gladioli. Kcv. Blake Anderson of Mc- Killop United Church in Letli- bridge officiated at the double- ring ceremony, and Miss Louise Cofell of Coaldale was organ- ist. of honor with bridal attendants on December 2 at p.m. in McKillop United Church with Mrs. Jerry LeGrandeur of Ed- monton and Mrs, Henry Hays Rev. of Hardisiy. ing, Best man was Mr. Bob Foulan of Di'umhelfer. Grooms- men v.ere Mr. Neil Nichols of i Edmonton iind Mr. Henry Hays of Hardi.slry. Ushers were Mr. Jerry Le-; Grandeur of Edmonton, brother j of tlie and Mr. Randy Pliva of Drumheller. A reception was held on the. grounds of the home of Mr. and j Mrs. Laurie MacLean, the bride's aunt and uncle. Miss Carol MacLean, cousin of the bride, attended the guest book. Mr. Frank Lucns of Kdmon- j ton was master of ceremonies, j i by Dr. John Stefanelli, both uncles of the bride. Mr. Laurie Maclean propos- j ed the toast to the bride, Following a dance held at the Scandinavian Hall, Ebc couple travelled to Ran Francisco for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Ma> Blake Anderson official- Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I just read Hie letter from "li's What's Up Front That Counts" and T must respond. "Front" complained about the tasteless digs she got ivhilc working dur- ing her pregnancy. I, too, worked through my pregnancy and I was big as a house absolutely enormous. It was comical to watch people's faces when they saw me. They tried not to stare but they just couldn't help it. I beyoynd belief. I'd finally I make the observer comfort a he by saying, "Biggest thing since i Ihe Graf Zeppelin isn't This never failed to crack them up and from then on everyone was relaxed. Whenever I stepped into an elevator I'd Like bets as to whether or not we'd make it. I figured it was better to come right out and say what they were thinking. These Women's Libbers are crazy. Ann. T wouldn't trade places with any-maty This is the ONE thing we can do that they can't. Sign me Just Plain Happy DEAR HAP: I won't debate the merits of Women's Lib, but how many men do yon know who envy a woman the abil- ity lo get pregnant? You it'.s the one tiling a woman can do that n man can't, I agree, but it's the one thing that most men are darned happy can't happen to Til KM, Thanks lor writing. ANN LAXDKR.S: It's obvious you are no bridge player. You tolrl the voninn who wrote about fighting with her over inblc lo "thriuv in the rlo-k" perrnynently. Tim I. si.'n.k. Throwing in the duck is oi No orjt; ever bee ami: n good bridge player by (living up. Better ad- vice woi'ld have been to ktop Ihe rule Ixmk at tlie (choose your own expert.) When an si arts about who should have done what, It- up ami the blooniin' tiling then and there. Of course it slous up ttie game, but everyone wili learn from it. Kven a d umbel) like you. Miami .DEAR M: Not me. I'm no card player. As for YOUR suggestion it sounds like n !o hstch. srx-ther argu- ment. If Goren says one thing and Becker snys amtthcr, you've tfot anolhor hassle on your hands. Given in by her father, tlie bride wore y floor- length gowu of nylon sheer over crepe with lace empire cap shoulders and leg- of-mutton sleeves cuffed in lace. Her shoulder-length veil was held in place by a small coro- net and her bouquet was a mix- ture of roses, carnations, dai- sies and ivy. Attendants were Miss Bretuin McFadden and Miss Nancy Iberson of ErimorXon, who wore floor-ler.gth princess style gowns in pink and purple and carried bouquets of gladioli and daisies. Miss Karen Harris, youngest sister of the bride, was flower- girl. She were a formal prin- l cess gown in purple trimmed with white lace and carried a basket of white daisies. I Mr. John Flarper and Mr Novell Turner of Edmonton j were the groom's attendants. i Miss Mona Harris, second sister of the bride, was in charge of the guest book and wore an abstract-patterned silk floor-length gown, Miss Glenda Watson and Miss Carol Caihoun, cousins of the I bride, both of Calgary and Miss Mona Hams, were in charge of opening the gifts at the lawn reception. For the honeymoon trip to Vancouver, the bride wore a beige and white nylon tricot clress with white accessories. Out-of-town guests were pres- ent from CastleforrJ, Idaho, U.S.A.; Vancouver, B.C.; Ed- monton, Carstairs, Calgary, Spring Coulee, Carseland, Brooks Picture Jiutie. Tlie couple has taken up resi- dence in Vancouver where the groom is attending Simon Fras- er University and the bride is attending the University of Brit- ish Columbia, Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement In The Lethbridge Hemld Alt we tiding reporls, mo rrlage ond engapernenl announcements now be published on i spe- cial page fn The Herald's Saturday edition each week. Special requests for publication on other specific days of the week will be given every consfderalion- Wedding Reporls, with or without picture, will now be accepted in the following forms: Standard Wedding 'Report- Using the informalion ycu provide on The Herald's standard wedding report form, (available at The REPORT ONLY 5.00 REPORT WITH TWO COIUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you informalion published wliich would ba addilfonal to that provided on The Herald's stand- ard report form, this be accepted, and the entire report will then be charged at 2Qc per count line. Charge for a Iwo column picture with this wrile-up would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald your Guide for Gift-Giving Gift, licjjislr When n bricl.s v.sils oyr Gift Rcqiifiy, 1 1 s IIID beoinnJng of many happy experiences. As ihe solecli lhe palfernj ond col- on for her houiehold Irousicau, jhe cjracioustv provides o guide For qif> giving which will serve for veari fo come. Family and friendi ordi jifls a ri fo come. Family rnoy consult rhev ihoo for ond o1 onni d holiday timei. Childhood fs Special Picture In nnturcl color. K1M8ERIY 1 rnonlhj, daughter of MP. ond MRS- i.le, KPASMArJ CHAMPION PtJfle 19 for our CHRISTMAS SPECIAL OFFER MRS. FREDA WALTON of CLASSIC COIFFURES i'. pleaded 1o announce thnl LINDA PONKCH fias joined htr iloff. ido cjs four yf- In long hnir. linda i) tooling for nld xord lo hr.r CLASSIC COIFFURES 323 6th ST. S. PHONE 328-3066 Our Bride list JACKIE BINNING WANDA CLEIANO ANN DEJONG ROBERTA DE PRATU RENNAYE FAURIES MONICA GASr BARBARA. 1AVARATO DCANNA MAIOFF CHARLENE ONIKEAN FAYE SNIDES 327-S767 606-608 3rd Avenue S ;