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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, October 17 ,1970 - THI LETHBRIDGI HERALD - 19 A Calendar Of Local Happenings Tlie Ladies Auxiliary to St. I Michael's General Hospital wiU meet in the nurses' residence Monday at 8 p.m. All members !are urged to attend. *  * Women of the Moose, Leth-bridge Chapter No. 328 will hold an executive meeting at 7 p.m. with regular meeting to follow at 8 p.m. in the Moose Home with former D. G. R. Gladys Kell present. Co-workers are urged to attend. Hostesses are co-workers, A. Bias-CO and P. Kiefuik. Friendship Tea and Bake ' Sale of Maple Leaf Chapter No. : 7 CGS will be held Saturday ^ Oct. 31 in Southminster Church if Hall from 2-5 p.m. Laurel Chapter No. 43 OES will hold its autumn tea and bazaar Saturday, Oct. 24 in Southminster Church Hall. Mrs. R. B. McKenzie will be general convener. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD JOSEPH REVESZ - photo by Terry Bland Photography Revesz - Grouette Doreen Emily Grouette, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schmitt exchanged double ring vows with Mr. Richard Joseph Revesz son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Revesz, all of Leth-bridge. Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiated at the ceremony held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Mr. A. Barter was organist and Miss Bev Barter was soloist. CONSTABLE AND MRS. GERALD WAYNE MrKINNEY McKinney - Rarick The bride was given in marriage by her uncle. She chose a floor length gown of white pea de sole featuring full puffy sleeves wdthi wide cuffs and a scalloped edging. A shoulder length pearl beaded veil and a flower headpiece comipleted the ensemble. She carried a cascadte of sweetheart roses and miniature carnations accented with baibies breath. Maid of honor was Miss Faye Peters of Lethbridge and bridesmaids were Mrs. Diane Collins of Skiff and Miss Heather Premachuk of Lethbridge. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Jennifer Koshman of Lethbridge. All wore gowns of coral peau d'elegance with empire waistlines and carried sprayed mums and carnations accented with baby's breath amd a coral ribbon. Mr. Michael Stanko was the best man and groomsmen were Messrs. Allan Stanko, Andrew Kovacs with junior groomsman. Master Christ a Laurel Chapter fall tea and bazaar will be held Oct. 24 at S'oaithminster Church hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. M. B. McKenzie is general convener. The Happy Wanderers will entertain friends of the GoWen Mile Drop-In Centre and the former Over 60 Group in Southminster hall on Wednesday at 2 p.m. sharp. Coffee vriU be served and all are welcome.    The r^ular monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will be held at the Bowman Arts Centre on Tuesday at 2 p.m.    The regular meeting of the Lethbridge Auxiliary to ShriiM Hospitals for Crippled Children wiU be held at the home of Mrs. Glen Hughes, 1420 5 Ave. S., Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. All Shriner's wives are welcome.  *  Gait Alumnae wUl honor the 1970 graduates at a danner Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the nurses residence. All RNs welcome. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Eileen Flcx-haug at 328-2517; Mrs. Marie Hirsche at 327-7262, and Mrs. Kathv Bender at 328-7295. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nagy of Lethbridge proudly aamounce the marriage of their youngest son, Julius John to Joyce Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoffman of Medicine Hat. The marriage took place September 26 in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Medicine Hat. ** Polyester Used For Carpets Polyester, well-known for clothing, has been used mainly in shaggy plushes and shag pile carpets. It should be chosen for color and texture rather than for its performance qualities. Acrilics are man-made fibres that were engineered to look and perform like good wools. Acrilics have been produced in nearly every style, textur'e and color and have gained excellent consumer acceptance since their introduction over 12 years ago. Acrilics retain their appearance, wear well and do not soil easily. Once a decision has been reached as to style, texture, color, performance and value, about. THE BEHER HALF By Bob Barnes GOLDEN WEDDING - Relatives and friends gathered at the Legion Memorial Hall on the occasion of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pontarplo of Coalhurst. The couple were married in Taber and have lived in the Coalhurst district since 1927. The couple have six daughters and one son., 30 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Their children Include: Mrs. M. (Pauline) Kolibar, Coalhurst; Mrs. G. (Marie) Genest, St. Foy, Quebec; Mrs. A. (Rebecca) Dietzen, Grand Cache; Mrs. F. (Lillian) Cote, Falher; Mrs. T. (Jeanette) Anderson., Canmore; Mrs. G. (Rose) Burnett, Calgary and Mr. Ernest Pontarolo, Coalhurst. Other out-of-town guests were from Valleyview, Athabasca, Red Deer, Condor, Shaunessy, Fort Macleod, Taber and Lethbridge. "Here's your chance to find out-if that new hairspray REALLY holds your hair in place." 1 Your Guide tor Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visits our Gift Registry, It's the beginning of many happy experiences. As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides a guide for gift-giving which will serve for years to come. Family and friends may consult these records as they shop for wedding gifts . . . and later at anniversary and holiday times. MILLIE SLEZINA DEBBIE HEPPIER SHANON SOSICK CHRISTINE MISKULIN SANDRA PASKAL YVONNE NELSON VIRGINIA SANDEK MARILYN VANDENBERG Our Bride List . . . ! DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue S. 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