Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 IHE IflMBSlnCE 1IERAID OtloUf 38. 1973------------------- MR. AND MRS. DANIEL VERNOL LEDENE Cross Photo LeDene-Djordjevic MR. AND MRS. JOHN MRAK A. Crosv pholo MR. AND MRS. ROBERT HERBERT COOPER Bland, photo Cooper-Palmer MR. AND MRS. DAVID SCOTT NEIL5ON A. E. Cross, photo Neilson-Dies Miss Helga Djordjevic youngest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike Djordjevic, of Pic- ture Butte; and Mr. Daniel Vernol LeDene, son o( Mr, and Mrs. Vemol of Brooks, recently united in mar- riage. Rev. Harold Vf. Martin offi- ciated at the doiihle-rinR cer- emony wliich took place in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church. Organist was Miss Lydia Kuliska of Picture Butle, with Eoloist Mrs. Freda Kinniburgh of Taber. She sang the Wedding Pray before the vows and O Perfecl Love the signing of the register. Matron of honor was Mrs. Pe- ter Djordjevic, sister-in-law of the bride, of Bridesmaids were Miss Ma- rion Duban of Park Lake arid Miss Jane Fisher of Cranbrook. Flowergirls were Miss Renee Stevenson of Vancouver, niece Best man was Mr. Ralph Sloane of Edmonton, brother- in-law of the groom. Groomsmen were Mr. Greg Rogers of Calgary and Mr. Cliff OaUvay of Edmonton. Ushers were Mr. Rick Swan- son of Brooks, cousin of the groom and Dr. Murray Jacob- son of Calgary, 'brother-in-lav; of Ihe groom, A reception and dance were held, at the Elks Hall, Piclure flutte, with Miss Wendy Sayers of Calgary, niece of the grwrn and Miss Susan Hrab of Ed- monton, attending the guest took. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Peter Djordjevic, brother of the bride; Mr. John Finch of Picture Bulle gave the toast to Ihe bride. Out-of-town guesls attended from West Germany; New Jer- sey; C a 11 forni a; Vane ouver; Edmonton, Calgary and Brooks. Following a honeymoon trip In a candelight ceremony at Sonthininsler United Church, Miss Florence Jean Taylor of Lethbridge was married to Mr. John Mrak of Picture Bulle. Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott and Fr. Donald Vomhrock of Pic- ture Butte officiated at the cere- mony. The bride wore a gown of polyester crepe and lace, with floor-length veil. She carried a bouquet of cascading red roses centred with an orchid. Mrs. Faye Taylor, sister-in- law of the bride, was matron of honor and Miss Doreen Tay lor, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. They wore white flowered organza over pink and carried mauve and pink daisies. The mother of the bride wore blue coat-dress with silver accessories, while Ihe mother of the groom chose a mauve coat aJid dress ensemble with while accessories. Brother of the bride, Air. Hay Taylor, vas best man, with Mr. Tony Mrak, brother of t b e groom, as groomsman. Ushers were Messrs. Bryan and Gordon Taylor. The reception was held at Sven Kricksen's Family Rest- aurant, with Mr. Raymond Tay- lor acting as MC. Toast to the bride was given by Mr. Carson Bailie, of Lhc bride. Following a honeymoon spent in California, the couple will take up residence in Lcth- bvidge. In a double-ring ceremony at McKillop United Church, in Lothbridgo, Miss Patricia Lynn Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer of Medi- cine Hat and formerly of Lclh- bridgc; was married to Mr. Robert Herbert Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coopsr of Calgary. Rev. Blake Anderson officiat- ed, with Mrs. Myma Greene as organist and Miss Katie John- son as soloist. The bride wore a gown of while voile chiffon with wrisl- length puffed sleeves and flow- ing sell-train. She carried bouquet of mixed pink, mauve and blue flowers. Her attendants, attired in white chiffon with pink and )urple flowers, were Miss Hob- n Reich of Calgary, maid of honor; Mrs. Mr.Tgaret MacKcn- zie of Calgary, Miss Judy Wiest cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Barbara Anderson. Flower girl was Miss Brcnda Hcihberstad, cousin of the bride. Groomsmen were Messrs. Pliil Harding, Richard Bum- phrey, Donald Kirkey and Bruce Sawdon, all of Calgary. Mr. Douglas Palmer, broth- er of the bride, and Don- ald Hobberstad, cousin of the bride, were ushers. The reception was held at Sven Erickscn's Family Rest- aurant, witli Miss Gladys Palm- er, aunt of the bride, as MC, and Mr. Stan Frase.7 propos- ing the- loast to the bride. Miss Linda Wiest was In charge of the guest book and Miss Diane Hobbarslad look- ed after the gift table. Both are the bride's cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper have taken up residence in Calgary. I I____ i TO BE WED Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kaoy of Nobleford are pleased lo announce the engagement and forthcoming wedding of their daughter, Cheryl Lynn, to Mr. Eugene Boehr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boenr. A summer wedding is planned. cfe Jourdan, photo Marriage vows were recently exchanged in tbe Evangelical Memorial Church in Warner, uniting Miss Victoria Rence Dies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mr. David Scott Neilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. David B .Neilson of Lclh- bridge. Rev. D. Sipe performed the double ring ceremony. Organ- ist Mrs. Wayne Currie also sang Because, the bride and groom signed the register. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a tradi tional floor-length white gown of lace over peau d'clegance. Her tulle train, appliqued in lace to match her gown, was held in place by a gardenia and lace lieadpiece. Her bouquet was cascade of deep rei! roses with white lace ribbon stream- ers. Malrou of honor was Mrs. Janice Elliott of Calgary, sis- ter of tbe bride. Attendants were Mrs. Lynette Enlzminger of Warner, sister of the bride, mil Mrs. Alison Neilson, sister of the groom. Flowcrgirl Miss Melody El- liott and ring-bearer Mark El- lioll, were niece and nephew of the bride. Mr. Ian Neilson brother of Hie groom from Germany, was best man. Groomsmen were Messrs. Bill Entzminger and Dan Albrcchl. Ushers were Mr. Craig Dies, brother of Ihe bride, and Mr. Robert Donuatt, cousin of the bride. A reception followed at the school auditorium, with the brirVs uncles, Mr. Frank Quirk of Vancouver acting as MC, and Mr. Boyd Biggers, proposing the loast to the bride. Mrs. Kae Hadford was in charge of the guest book. Following a honeymoon spent in B.C., Mr. and Mrs. David K. Neilson have taken up resi- dence in Lethbridge. Marriage announced Mr. and- Mrs. C. J. Black arc pleased to announce the mar- riage of their daughter, Wende Lynn, lo Mr. Kcnnelh E. Bab- ick, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. E. Bahick, all of Lclhbridge. A reception and dance were held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant, with Mr. Jack Warburton proposing the loasl to the bride and Miss Connie Monk, sister of Ihe bride, pre- siding over Ihe guest-book. Mr. and Mrs. Babick nave taken up residence in Lelh- bridge. soloist was Mrs. Jack aunt of the bride. Bride's attendants were Miss Mary Joe Schill, maid of honor, ard Mrs. Andrew Gardner of Erlmonton. Mr. Gary Ducll, brother of MR. AND MRS, RICHARD PRICE ATKINS Jourdan's, phoro Aikiiis-Diidl New Dayton United Church Letlibridge was ovg.ini.v, and was the setting for a candle- light service unilinc; in marri- age Miss Janice Lee Ducll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ton Ducll of New Dayton; and Mr. Richard Price Atkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Atkins of Warner. Rev. Graham Dickie officiat- ed at the double- cere- MirJrm of Wsrncr. inorry. Mrs. Alex Molnar of I Ushers were Messrs. Tirucc "nil Gary Atkins, nil Marriage announced llic Misses Kllzabelh ami wore heir! at the New Marie Dennis are p'cascd (o Dayton Stadium. announce Ihe mnrriage of their a honeymoon spent In mother, Mao, to Hanff, the young conplo has George A. j taken up in fvlmon- The wedding took plnc.r, ton, whore the bcr 3, in Altxnrta, I ing univcrsiLy Forthcoming marriages Tifr. and Mrs. C. Broun of Haymond are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Charleiie, to Constable Gcrahl Allan Olson, son of Mr, and Mrs. James II, Olson of War- ner. The wedding will Like place at 3 p.m. on November 4, in Ihe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, liny the bride, wn.s best man, and i bridge, groomsman was Ronald I Mr. and Mrs. Jalmar Tonvick iy of Kcotsguard, Sask., arc picas-1 i-' cd to announce the forthcoming j jj" marriage of their daughter, Majorie Anne, lo M'r. f'lnrcncn Robert Xnjght, son of Mr. and1" Mrs. Rohprt Knifihl of Txith- The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on December 2, at Mc- Killop trnitcrl Church, J-otli- YOHI- Guide ior PORTRAIT SPECIAL V iu Mrs. Peter Zasadny of I-oth- is to announce J Ihc forthcoming mr.rrianc of w her Tyra JJ I.ynn, to Mr. Thomas Lloyd IW Urton, son of Mr. John IJrton of! ft Moose Jaw, Sa.sk. i tj The wedding will lake place jjr Novcrnlwr 'J, and rclnlivc-s and I friends arc invited to an open house al the home of Ihc bride's JJ mother that evening, i fe 1-8x10 WITH FRAME PIUS CUSTOM PORTRAITS MOUNTED Si .95 i fi iflki Combinolionfl E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT IOCATION 328-oni- 710 3rd Ave. S. -328-0222 1' t Gift Registry j o bride- visilj our Gill it's Ihc beginning of many happy Ai she selects Ihc pallcfns nnd col- I on for her houschotd i shfi preciously provides a fluids for gifl giving iGfve tor yean lo come. Family end Friends may consult ihcso rcc- ords as they shop for lifts and later ot anniver- ;ary and holiday llmts. Our Bride List DFBRIE niENNFFMIASSETT JACKIE BINNING ANN DEJONO. RENNOYL FARBIES MONICA CAST DEANNA MALOFF CHARLENE ONTXCAN FAYE SNIDER NORMA SCHEISNER VICKI DOWNTOWN 327-5767 606-609 3rd Avenue S.