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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE 1ETHBR1DGE HERALD Saturday, September 1. 1973 BLAND photo MR. AND MRS. JIM PUI-MING LEE Lee Quong Miss Sue Quong, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Man Kin Quong of Barnwell, v, s recently united in marriage with Mr. Jim Pui-Ming Lee, son at Mr. and Mrs. Kwan Wah Lee of Hong Kong. Bishop Don Fisher officiated at the double-ring ceremony which was held in the Taber LDS stake house, with Mrs. Do- reen Anderson as soloist and Mrs. lola Platt, organist, Maid of honor was Miss May Quong, sister of the bride, with Miss Irene Lau of i Miss Linda Quon of Stir- i ling as bridesmaids. j Best man was Mr. Stewart j Lee of California, brother of j the groom. Mr. George Quon of j Calgary and Mr. Harry Quong j of Barnwell were groomsmen. i Following a receoticn held at the Barnwell Cultural Hall, the j newlyweds travelled to Banff, j Vancouver and. Victoria for a j honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lee have now taken up residence in Calgary. TERRY BLAND photo MR. AND MRS. KENT JAMES BATTY Batty Gough tie JOURDAN'S photo MR. AND MRS. PATRICK DILLON CORISTINE Coristine Branch A. E. CROSS ptao MR. AND MRS. COLIN DOUGLAS BOYER Bayer Bett I Miss Gail Branch, daughter I of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. i Branch, was recently wed to Mr. Patrick Dillon Ooristine, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. (Cory) Coristine. All are of Lethbridge. The wedding took place in McKillop United Church, with the Rev. Blake L. Anderson performing the double ring ceremony and Mr. Robert George as organist. t Bridal attendant was Mrs. jBrenda Anderson. i Mr. Ken Damberger of Cal- jgary was best man, Mr. Bill I Douglas of Vauxhall and Cal- igary was groomsman, and Mr. llrvin Quan and Mr. David JBiakely were ushers. .The reception was held at 702 Wing, Kenyon Field. Following a honeymoon spent at Waterion, the newlyweds have taken up residence in gary. 0? JOURDAN'S MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WINSTON GREGSON Gregson Johnston Presbyterian St. Andrew's Church was the setting of the double-ring ceremony uniting Miss Catherine Lynn Johnston, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Johnston; to Mr. Robert Winston Gregson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winston L. Gregson. All are of Lethbridge. Rev. Larry Hansinson per- formed the ceremony, with Miss Rae Johnston as soloist. by The bride was attended Miss Marcia Johnston. Best man was Mr. Allan Gregson of Raymond. The reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. On their return from their honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Gregson will take up residence at 512 20th St. N.. Lethbridge. j Dr. Susan Katherine Bell. I daughter of Mrs. and the late I Mr. A. W. was recently i united in marriage to Mr. Colin j Douglas Boyer, son of Mr. and I Mrs. D. Boyer. Ail are of Leth- i bridge. I The double ring ceremony took place at Southminster Uni- I ted Church, wild Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Mr. Bruce j Barrow was organist and Miss i Linda Jchnson soloist. Attending the bride were her consm. Mrs. M. Rogers, matron of honor; and Dr. DaneUe i H a m e s and Miss Sharon Prow.se. i Best man was Dr. Tsrry jCariyle. Mr. .Kenneth Boyer, brother of the groom and Mr. i Bob Gammon were ushers. 1 The reception was held at the Lethbridge Country Club, and the honeymoon was spent in England, and Wales. The newlyweds have taken up residence in Larine. Wyom- ing, where the groom is com- pleting his degree in petroleum 1 engineering and the bride is 1 practising medicine. Buchanan Memorial Chapel !of Southminster United Church jwas the setting for the candle- j light wedding Of Miss Sheryll i Diane Gough and Mr. Kent I James Batty. The bride is the i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I James F. Gough and the groom ;the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair JMacRae Batty, all of Leth- I bridge. Rev. K. Morris officiated at the double-ring ceremony, with Mr. A. K. Putland providing the I music. j Bridal attendants were Miss- ies Barbara Gough of Toronto i and Mamie Gough of Leth- bridge. sisters of the bride. The groom was attended fay Mr. Van Figenshau of Leth- MR. AND MRS. BARRY GLEN MICHELSON Miehelson McCready i bridge and Mr. Clair Batty Jr., i brother of the groom. Ushers j were the groom's cousins, Mir. I Lynn Johnson and Mr. Barton Batty. The reception and buffet din- ner were held in the Scarlet Room of Sven Ericksen's Res- taurant, with Mr. K. W. Mc- JLean as master of ceremonies. I The bride's uncle and godfa- ther, Mr. K. E. Gough of Ed- monton. proposed the toast, and JMiss Lori Sraeed of Lethbridge i and Miss Nancy Fordham of i Fort Saskatchewan attended i the register. Fo'lowing a honeymoon in British Columbia, the newJy- i weds will take up residence in I Lethbridge. iig EVERYTHING! for the BRIDE and her ATTENDANTS GOWNS HEADPIECES VEILS Including Accessories at the BRIDAL SALON Located in the befty shop gary and Miss Gayle Mc- Cready, also sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Miss Eryn Paterson was flowergirl. The maid of honor and flow- _ ____? er girl wore gowns of baby blue I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn swiss polka dot, and the brides-1 Nish of Cardston; and Mr. Kim Miss Laurie Anne McCready became the brids of Mr. Barry 31en Miehelson recently at Mc- Killop United Church. Rev. R. W. K. Elliott offici- ated at the double-ring cer- emony. Pink and white pe- onies in white baskets dec- maids wore pink swiss polk a i Stephen Lavcock son "of orated the church and the al- AU icture d w 5; tar was illuminated by the soft glow of lighted tapers. The bride is the daughter jof Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. I McCready. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Glen j B. Miehelson. All are of Leth- 1 bridge. MR. AND MRS. KIM STEPHEN LAYCOCK Laycock Nish President Elmo E. Fletcher couple travelled to Prove. Utah i of the Alberta Temp'e perform- ed the wedding ceremony uni- ting Miss Glenda Kaye Nish, NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS FOUR SEASON'S FLOWER GIFT SHOP 5330 48 Avenue Taber FORMERLY WHITE'S FLOWER SHOP OPENING SPECIAL! ROSES for the firs? 400 Ladies PHONE 223-4102 TABER NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER Wa hove 3 fully qualified full time instrut- treses and we leach ail phases of beauty culture, hair styling and cutting, bleaching, tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned school. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. Fill Out Alberta Beauty School This Coupon 1405 5th St. S., lethbridge For More Information Starting Now i NAME (ADDRESS tow Monthly CITY Tuition Laycock carrted cascai of white dai-i Lethbrid gjes with fern UCU-UIIUBC. K f Bndal attendants vvere Hrs- .f3" Ron .Sharon Pitcher, sister of the RIr- Tom Pnce> cousm brlde> as matron of honor; with Mr. Wayne of the groom and Mr. Wayne Miss Melanie Laycock, sister Lamb were ushers. Of the groom and Mrs. Shannon Mrs. Ken Mills sang The i Berg as bridesmaids. Miss The bride, given in marriage Lord's Prayer prio-- to the cer- i Alaina Pitcher was flower jby her father, wore a white i emony, and We Have Only Just! girl. swiss-dot gown trimmed with Begun during the signing of the lace. A shoulder-length silk illu- sion veil was held in place by pink sweetheart roses and fern. She carried a cascade of pink sweetheart roses. Miss Brenda McCready, sis- tar of the bride, was maid of honor. Miss Debi Prowse of Cal- E. are en- register. The reception was held at the Lethbridge Country Club, which was decorated with bouquets of pink and white peonies and dai- sies. Mr. Morley Tanner was mas- ter of ceremonies, and Pre- mier Peter Lougheed, uncle of the bride, proposed the toast. Miss Patricia Weatherup was in charge of the guest book, and guests were served by cousins and friends of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A n k i 1 1 of Lethbridge pleased to announce the gagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Mr. Patrick James Holder, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Holder of Ores- ton, B.C. The wedding will take place in Banff, "Vancouver, and 'Ta- 0 u t-of-town guests from Boise, Idaho; attended Phoenix, Arizona; Scarborough, Ontario; Nelson, B.C.; Edmonton and Calgary. j Attending the groom were Messrs. Bruce Seely, Lynn Nish, Brent Laycock and Wade Nish. The wedding reception was held in the Lee Creek Educa- tional Centre in Cardston. Following a honeymoon spent in British Columbia, the young Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Roland Swan- son of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Eleanor Jean, to Mr. Neil James Courtice, son of Mrs. Peggy Mercer of Following a honeymoon spent j Lethbridge and Mr. Jim Cour- Brigham Young University. WILL CAPTURE AND PORTRAY YOUR VERY OWN PERSONAL LOVE STORY AS SEEN THROUGH THE BRIDES MISTY EYES CEREMONY FANTASIES HANDS AND RINGS STAINED GLASS SPOTLIGHTS CANDLELIGHT MISTIES ARE JUST A FEW at 3 p.m. October 6 in St. Mary tig Anglican Church. coma, Washington, the young couple has taken up residence in Lethbridge. tice of Edmonton. The wedding took place at 8 p.m. July 28th, in Southminster United Church. New and Exciting Color Casuals LI CROSS S7UDSO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 PHONES 32841222 ;