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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ottobtr IT TNI IITHMIDOI HHALD AND RICHARD JOSEPH REVESZ photo by Terry Bland Photography Revesz Grouette Doreen Emily niece of and Clarence Schmitt exchanged double ring vows with Richard Joseph Revesz son of and Joseph all of Leth Hankinson officiated at the ceremony held in Andrews Presbyterian Barter was or ganist and Miss Bev Barter was The bride was given In mar riage by her She chose floor length gown of white pea de sole featuring full puffy sleeves with wide cuffs and a scalloped A shoulder length pearl beaded veil and a flower headpiece completed the She carried a cascade of sweet heart roses and miniature car nations accented with babies Maid of honor was Miss Faye Peters of Lethbridge and bridesmaids were Diane Collins of Skiff and Miss Heath er Premachufc of Junior bridesmaid was Miss Jennifer Koshman of Leth All wore gowns of coral peau delegance with empire waistlines and carried sprayed mums and carnations accented with babys breath and a coral Michael Stanko was the best man and groomsmen were Allan Andrew Kovacs with junior grooms Master Christopher Kosh all of Ushers were Harold Nicholson and Allen both of Leth A reception was held in the General Grant Room of the El Rancho Motor Hotel with Joseph Gillett acting as master of Lincoln Coward gave the toast to the For a honeymoon trip through the northern and western the bride chose a dress and coat suit of baby blue with black acces sories for her goingaway out The couple is residing in PROPER UTENSILS The Ontario department of ag riculture advises that aluminum or stainless steel utensils be used for pre serving since they will not cause undesirable color changes Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In The Lethbridge Herald All wedding marriage and engagement announcements will now be published on a spe cial page in The Heralds Saturday edition each Special requests for publication on other specific days of the Week will be given every Wedding with or without will now be accepted in the following forms Standard Wedding Report Using the information you provide on The Herald standard wedding report available at Th The rald REPORT REPORT WITH TWO COLUMN PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published which would be additional to that provided on The Heralds standard report this will be and the entire report will then be charged at 20c per count Charge for a two column picture with this Writeup would be DEADLINE FOR SATURDAY PUBLICATION WILL BE A WEDNESDAY OF THAT WEEK FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE Phone 3284411 Family Editor Herald A Calendar Of Local Happenings The Ladies Auxiliary to Michaels General Hospital will meet in the nurses residence Monday at 8 All members are urged to Women of the Lcth bridge Chapter 328 will hold an executive meeting at 7 with regular meeting to follow at 8 in the Moose Home with former Gladys Kell Cowork ers are urged to Hos tesses are Bias co and Friendship Tea and Bake Sale of Maple Leaf Chapter 7 CES will be held Saturday 5 31 in Southminster Church Hall from 25 Laurel Chapter 43 OES will hold its autumn tea and bazaar 24 in Southminster Church McKenzie will be general CONSTABLE AND GERALD WAYNE MrKINNEY McKinney Rarick Brian Jones offi ciated at a beautiful candle light ceremony in McKillop United Church when Margaret Rose only daughter of and Sylvester Rarick of Magrath exchanged double ring vows with Gerald Wayne son of and Richard McKinney of Victoria Miss Donna Ball mer of Magrath organist accom panied Janet Kay of Ma grath who sang The Lords Prayer during the ceremony and the Wedding Prayer during the signing of the A bouquet of flame roses and baskets of white mums and gladiolus decorated the The given in marriage by her father looked radiant in her floorlength gown of ligoda with Venetian lace trim on the stand up camelot sleeves and Her floorlength veil was held in place by a floral head She carried a colonial bouquet of white with loveknots and rosebuds on cas cading Maid of Honor Miss Linda Godlonton of Lethbridge and bridesmaids Miss Lorraine Brown of Lethbridge and Helen Moriyama of all wore identical floor length gowns of navy blue polyester styled on empire They carried bouquets flame roses with cascading streamers and had matching rosebuds in heir The mother of the bride wore floorlength gown of gold accented1 by a corsage of flame Receiving guests at the First United Church Womens annual fall bazaar and tea on Wednes day from 2 to will be Mesdames Short Stevenson and Pouring honors will be shared by Mesdames Esk and Welcoming the guests at the Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies affiliated with the Provincial and Na tional Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization annual tea and bazaar on Saturday Oc tober 31 from 2 to in gymone of the Civic Sports Centre will be Harriet Auxiliary Presi Rosa Millidge and Laura Cashiers will be Delia Salmon and Mae Irene Mary Czerniawski and Ethel Queckboumcr are in charge of the fancywork and sewing ta The new and used bargain centre will be in charge of Ilda Rota and May The Strawberry Tea arrange ments will be in charge of Alida Rose Bern hardt and Helen The consisting of five special prizes will be in charge of Julia Anne BozajosM and Elsie Tickets and advertising and general arrangements arc charge of Betty There is a worthwhile door prize to be drawn for at the close of the Out of town guests arc expected and everyone is mosl welcome to attend this annual The mother of wore a mauve the groom floorlength gown of peau d elegance com plemented by a corsage of mauve and white Peter Sopow of Cal gary was best Grooms man were John Leigh of Redwater and Russ Langston of Usher ing the guests were Jack Frame of Lethbridge and Mike Linggard of Fort Mac Honor Guard attendants who presented lances to form an arch under which the bride and groom passed as they left he church were Dave Milk Rive r Honey Medicine H a t Barry Clares ioliE and Doug Mont Daryl Stone and Garry Fotheringham all of Rick Lawson of Calgary was master of ceremonies at a reception at the Labor Clufr The toast to the bride was given by her las Rarick guest book Miss Donna Telegrams were read from and Vic toria A threetiered wed ding beautifully decor ated by Bertha Bennett of Magrath centred the brides A dance followed with music by the International For a honeymoon trip to points in Washington and the bride chose a sleeveless dress of bronze and gold wool with matching gold coat and A corsage of bronze cymbidium orchids completed her The happy couple are now re siding in Lethbridge where the groom is stationed rath the RCMP and the bride is employ ed at the Bank of of The was attended by Marriages Announced Barry and Rory Wolfe of Lethbridge are pleased to an nounce the marriage of their mother to France Wietzel of The wedding took place on October 12 in Coeur Regular FOE bingo will be held in the Eagles hall tonight at Jackpot in 53 Everyone Fort Macleod Square Danc ers will told their regular dance Monday at with round dance practice at 8 in the elementary Any one interested in learning to square dance is Women are requested to bring a box lunch and The regular monthly meet ing of the Board of Directors of the Rehabilitation for The Handicapped will be held in the 1261 2 A at 8 on Loyal Order of will hold a social and dance Satur day at 9 in the Moose Music by the Bow River For members and invited The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary ANAF will be held Monday in the club Southminster Circle Square dance club learners group will dance Monday at 8 in Southminster Women re quested to bring a box The Fort Macleod Old lime Dance Club will hold its regu lar dance Saturday from 8 to in the elementary Novelty dance and All are Womens Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital will hold its regular meeting Monday at 2 in the hos pital Hi Neighbor Club welcomes all the dance being held Thursday in Westminster School gym with the Western er Class to start 2 and 5 in the Laurel Chapter fall tea and bazaar will be held 24 at Southminster Church hall from 2 to 5 Mc Kenzie is general The Happy Wanderera will entertain friends of the Golden Mile DropIn Centre and former Over 60 Group in South minster hall on Wednesday I Coffee will be KTV ed and all are The regular monthly meeting o the Lethbridge Handicraft Guild will be held at the Bow man Arts Centre on Tuesday at 2 The regular meeting of Lethbridge Auxiliary to ShrHM Hospitals for Crippled ChUdrwi l be held at the home of Glen 1420 5 Tuesday at All Shriners wives are Gait Alumnae will honor the 1970 graduates at a dinner Thursday at in nurses All RNs wel Reservations may be made with Eileen Flex haug at 3282517 Hirsche at and Kathy Bender at and Julius Nagy of Lethbridge proudly announce the marriage of their youngest Julius John to Joyce Hoff daughter of and Ray Hoffman of Medicine The marriage took place Sep tember 26 Patricks Roman Catholic Church in Medicine Polyester Used For Carpets wellknown for has been used mainly in shaggy plushes and shag pile It should be chosen for color and texture rather than for its perform ance Acrilics are manmade fibres that Were engineered to look and perform like good Acrilics have been pro duced in nearly every texture and color and have gained excellent consumer ac ceptance since their introduc tion over 12 years Acril ics retain their wear well and do not soil eas Once a decision has been reached as to performance and THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Heres your chance to find ouHf that new hairspray REALLY holds your hair in GOLDEN WEDDING Relatives and friends gathered at the Legion Memorial Hall on the occasion of the 50th wedding anniversary of and Paul Pontarolo of The couple were married in Taber and have lived in the Coalhurst district since The couple have six daughters and one 30 grandchildren and eight great Their children include Pauline Coalhurst Marie Quebec Rebecca Grand Cache Lillian 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