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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERALD Sururdoy, Otlober 51, MR. AND MRS. RANDOLPH SHIMA Linn-Bennett MR. AND MRS. ROBERT OSCAR BLUMEL -A. E. CroiS, photo Blumel-Godlonlou St. Basil's Koman Catholic Church the setting for the exchange of double wedding vows between Miss Sheila Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett; and Mr. Ernie Linn, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Linn, all of Leth- bridgc. Rev. Father Laverty offi- ciated, with Mrs. McCallum as organist and Miss Linda John- son as soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs. Patricia Johnson, sister of the bride. Bridal attendants were Miss Patti Kimmitt ot Edmonton and Mrs. Clara Embury. Best man was Mr. Roddy Linn, brother of the groom, with groomsmen Mr, Brian Johnson and Mr. Kon Zasadny. Ushers were Mr. Danny Linn and Mr. Terry Cowie. A reception was held in Ihe Pirates Cove at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Miss Terry Duffy and Miss Tyra Zasadny in charge the guest bcok and gifts. Air. ami Mrs. Linn have taken up residence in Calgary. Shima-Boulton Bishop I.eRon Low officiated at the double-ring wedding cer- emony uniting Miss Beverly Faye'Boulton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Eoulton, and Mr. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunt are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Wendy Dianne, to Mr. Donald Robert Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Farrell, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on November 4 at 4 p.m. in Buchanan Memorial Chapel, Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jozef Poppe of Picture Butte are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Mar- lene, to Mr. Joseph Stroeve, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stroeve of Lcthbridge. The wedding will take place on November 4 at p.m. in St. Catherine's Roman Catho- lic Church. Mr. and Mrs. V e r n o n C. Brown of Raymond are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Charlene, to Constable Geralt Allan Olson, son of Mr. anc Mrs. James H. Olson of War ner. The wedding will lake place on November 4 at 3 p.m. the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Raymond. MR. AND MURRAY BRIAN JOHNSON and Mrs. Sam Shima, alt of Lethbridge. The marriage took place in the 5th and Elh ward chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Miss Dcbra Livergood was organist, with Mrs. Rosalee Bettge.' as soloist, singing We've Only Just Begun and the Wedding Prayer. j Miss Patricia Ober was maid of honor, with bridal atten- dants Misses Marilyn and Pat- ricia Boulton. Flowergirl was Miss Valerie Boulton with ringbearer Kelly Shigahiro. Best man was Larry Nakahama and groomsmen were Mr. Brian Williamson and Mr. Brian Boulton. Ushers were Mr. Wayne Boul- ton, Mr. Gary Teshima, Mr. J i m b o Miyashita and Mr. George Yamamoto. A reception and dance were held at the Royal Canadian Le- gion Memorial Hall, with Miss Diana Boulton attending the juest book. Mr. Tom Higa was master of eremonies, with Mr. Lyle mot proposing the toast to the ride. Following their honeymoon, Ir. and Mrs. Shima have taken p residence in Lethbridge. President J. Golden Snow offi- The ceremony look place In dated at the recent double-ring j the Alberta Temple, Cardsfon. marriage of Miss Sheri Scoville, xhe bride wore a gown of Our Lady of Assumption Church was" the scene for the wedding of Miss Maureen Ruth Godlonton, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. William Godlonlon; and Mr. Robert Oscar Blumel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blum- daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Oor- c'on R. Scoville; and Mr. War- ren Depew, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Depew, of Raymond. n all of Magralh. Rev. Father L. Cassidy of- a a Mr. and Mrs. John D. .les-1 person of Taber are pleased to announce the engagement of their second daughter, Roberta Lorraine, to Edward Charles Odland. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Odland, of Vauxhall. The wedding will lake place on December 9 in the Knox United Church, crystal organza over taffeta, with full circle skirt and slight train. A rich layer of lace dai- sies covered the bodice, collar and cuffs. She wore a tiered floor-length veil and carried a bouquet of cascading sweet- heart roses. Matron of honor was sister of the bride. Mrs. Terri Dawn Rob- inson of Cranbrook, B.C. Bru'ol attendants were Miss Dianne Tollestrup of Provo, Utah; Mrs. Kathy Pratt of Cal- gary; Miss Judy Wasylishen of Ixjthbridge and Miss Sheila Sco- ficiated at the douule-iing cer- lith ,1. Gleason as organist and Mrs. Sheila Pisko as solist. Mits Linda Godlonton, sistei of the bride, and Miss Denise Blumel, sister of the groom were bridal attendants. Mr. Melvin Blumel of Casa Grande, Arizona, was best man, with groomsman Mr. Brian Balderson of Magrath. Ushers were Mr. Patrick Godlonlon and Mr. Lee Blumel. A reception was held in the Magralh Room of Sven Erick- sen's Family "Restaurant. The couple has taken up res- idence in Lcthbridge. ville, sister of the bride. Flowergirl was Miss Michelle Scoville, sister of Ihe bride. They wore shades of pink tiered georgette and carried long stemmed fhacied carna- tious. j Best man was Mr. Reid llig- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Scely of i gic of Milk River. FALL SPECIAL! TUES., WED., THUR5. PERMANENT 7 75 Sag. 9.75. NOW............. J SHAG PERMANENT Reo. 12.50. ONLY............. 10.50 THERESA BEAUTY SALON 14 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. OPEN 1HURS. Tit 1 Phone 328-6424 E. Cross, photo Johnson-Maxwell j Lethbridge, wish to announce j the engagement and forthcom- ing marriage of Miss Margaret Rosa Miles, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Joseph Miles of Bir- mingham, Biig'lar.J, their son, Douglas Ray. Tho wedding will take place Novembev 0 in the Alterta Temple, Cards ton. V V I y z y PORTRAIT SPECIAL 1-8x10 PLUS CUSTOM PORTRAITS MOUNIED Packag. CombTnniion A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111- 710 3rd Ave. S. -328-0222 The Alberta Temple was th i setting for'the exchange of dou A ble-ring wedding vows betwee 3] Miss Lorie Maxwell, daughte of Mr, and Mrs. Stan Maxwe Lelhbridge; and Mr. Murra I Brian Johnson, son ot Mrs I Olive Johnson of Tabor. Jj President J. Golden Snow g! officiated at Ihe ceremony. jji Matron of honor was Mrs. Susan Persley of Vauxhall. jj; Bridal attendants were Miss i Maureen Anderson, Miss Dcbby 3j Baldry, Miss Luanne Fairbanks ft of Raymond and Mirs Colecn 5Ji Hall of Ulackioot, Idaho. 1 Flowergirl was Miss Andrea Jj; Nelson of Ogden, niece of the groom. E Best man was Mr. Tom Saur.ders, with Mr. Randy Maxwell, brother of the bride; Mr. Gordon Saundcrs of Tabcr, Mr. Ian Miller of Cal- gary and Mr. Ed Wooley of Ta- A reception was held at the of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, 3 I Stake Centre. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Ken Anderson. j Mrs, Nina Johnson of Taltcr rt; was in charge of the guest book. JS! Following 'a honeymoon trip 3 i to Calgary and Banff, the cou- 4 i pie has taken up residence in Kdmonton where the iTOom has fi I resumed his studies. MR. AND MRS. KEVIN WOOD Ushers were Mr. Peter Hague of Raymond: Mr. Ricky Meeks of Stirling; Mr. Spencer Depew am'< Mr. Jim Dencw, brothers of the groom. An evening reception follow- ed at the Taylor Stake House, Raymond. The couple travelled to Water- ton, Banff and Calgary' for a j honeymoon trip. Mr, and Mrs. Depew have la- ken up residence at the Depew ranch, Raymond. The groom is a graduate of B r i g h a m Young University, Provo, Utah, with an animal science degree. Wood Tanger Miss Claudia Tanficr, d.iueh-1 Following the wedding, n :or of Mr. and Vis. t'hilrjp j breakfast reception was held at Tangcr of La 1'or! c, Indiana: was recently united in mar- liage with Mr. Kevin Wood, son of D.-. and Mrs. F. T. Wood of The ceremony place at the home of the bride's parents with Rev. K. A. Meyer officiat- ing. the Holiday Inn. Both bride and groom are graduates of the University of Montana in Missoula. Mrs. Wood received her degree in en- vironmental biology and Mr. Wood his degree in recreation. The groom is employed by Ihe Childhood is Spcciol Piciiue It now in color. PATRIC1A-16 daughter of MS. AND MRS. R. KING IETHBRIDG6 MLss Johnson of La city of Kevelsloke, B.C., p.s rec- Portc was bridal attendant, i director, where tr- with Mr. Larry Murtaugh of couple will make their home; Minneapolis, Minn., as best man, I JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPU DEPOT PHONS J27-265S ;