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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE 1.ETHBRIDGE HESAID MR. AND MRS. KENNETH HARRY BROWN MR. AND MRS. FORREST FREDERICK FARR Farr-Sipos St. Basil's Roman CalhoHc Church was the scene for the marriage of Miss Sandia Ann Sipos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sipos of Lethbridge, and Mr. Forrest Frederick Farr, son of Mr. Forrest Farr of Sunnyville, Calif. Rev. Fr. James F. Lawerty officiated at the double-ring ceremony, with Mrs. J. McCallum as organist. Maid of honor was Miss Poa- lina Suriano. Bridal attendants were- Mrs. Francis Lee, sister of the groom, Miss Joanie Sipos, sister oC the bride and Miss Barbara Hazuda. Flowergirl was Lisa Lee, niece of the groom, with Rob- ert Kempenaar as ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Charles Farr, brother of the groom. Groomsmen '.vero Mr. Tony Lee, bruther in-law of the groom, Mr. Larry Lazurak and Mr. Juhani Paaiela of Finland, who is attending the University ol Oregon with the groom. Ushers were Messrs. Douglas and Richard Sipos, both broth- ers of the bride. A reception was held in the Polish Hall, with Mr. Steve Sipos of Calgary, uncle of the bride, as master of ceremonies. The couple travelled to Cal- gary, Banff, Lake Louise and California for a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Farr will re- side in Eugene, Oregon. MR. AND MRS. TERRY DOUGLAS COUTTS E. Cross, photo Coutts -Stromsmoe Reverend R. W. K. Elliott officiated at the marriage cere- mony of Marcia Stromsmoe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vfyn- del B. Stromsmoe of Etzikom and Terry Douglas Coutts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gecrge Coutls of Lethbridge, which took place in Buchanan Memorial Chapel. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Katherine King of Stettler. Best man was Mr. Jack Gif- fen of Lethbridge. A reception was held at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant with Mr. Giffen proposing toast to the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Coutts are now residing at 1815 9th Avc. S. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD BRUCE WILLIAMS Williams Bartsoff Reverend Fr. Cassidy officiat- ed at the double-ring marriage ceremony uniting Miss Deborah Rose Barsloff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bartsoff Jr.; and Mr. Richard Bnice Wil- liams, son of Mi-. and Mrs. Cliff Williams, all of Raymond. Miss Tanis Sttitsman was or- ganist for the ceremony which look place at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Given in marriage by her father, tho bride wore a floor- length gown rjf white crepe with lace overlay bodice and cuffs. The full sleeved dress was en banced by velvet ribbon and a waist length scalloped tulle veil, which was held in place by a crown headpiece of bead' ed hearts worn by her mother at her own wedding. Both the veil and the dress were made by tho bride. She carried a bouquet of yel- low roses and white carnations Intertwined with baby's breath Maid of honor was Miss Mary Ann Bartsoff, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Karen Haugen of Foremost am Miss Maroleo Williams, sister of the groom. All attendants wore floor length gowns of coral crepe and carried bouquets of white carnations and tinted baby's breath. Mr. Gory Williams, cousin o( the groom, was best mat. Jroomsmen were Mr. Dak Villiams, brother of the groom and Mr. Russell Barlsoff, broth er of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Glen Wil liams and Mr. Larry Bartsoff. A reception and dance wen icld it the Raymond Sacrec Heart Recreation Hall with Mr and Mrs. Melvin Salmon anc Ur. and Mrs. Roy Tinney greet ing the guests. Miss Ina Jean Williams an Miss Marilyn Holt were i charge of tlia guest book. Miss Cathy Bartsoff and ses Sharon and Loreli Salmn passed out the wedding cak to the guests. For a honeymoon trip to Pen ticton, the bride chose a pan suit with orange and while lo] and while pants, complemcn ing It with white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wi liams will reside on the Bi Anderson farm at Raymond. MR. AND MRS. JON LESLIE ENANDER E. Cross, photo Enander-Berry MR. AND MRS. BERNIE FEHR E. Cross, photo Fehr -Jost Miss Karen Huth Jost, daugh- r of Reverend and Mrs. Harold Jost of Lethbridge, was united in marriage wilh Mr. lernie Fehr, son of Mr. and Irs. John Feiir of Abbotshord, B.C. Mr. Jost and Rev. C. Huichin- son performed tha double-ring eremony which took place in ho Evanngelical Free Church. Miss Faith Strom was organ- st, with Miss Corinne Wilson as soloist. Bridal attendant was Miss Dorial Dunlop of .New Norway. Flowergirl was Lorena DeFehr with ringbearer Brent Dunstan. Mr, Doug Schroetter of Ed- monton was best man. Ushers were Mr. Tim Jost and Mr. Ken DeFehr of Abbotsford. Following a reception held at St. A n d r e w 's Presbyterian Church, the couple travelled to Glacier Park for a honey- moon. Mr. and Mrs. Fehr will reside in Calgary. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Vaters are pleased to announce he forthcoming marriage of heir daughter Cheryl Ruth to ilr. Larry M. Gatiier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gatner, all )f Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on Oct. 14 at p.m. in the Buchanan Memorial Chapel at Southminster United Church. Mr. and Mrs, C. Rapson are pleased to announce tho forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Judith Ann to Mr. Timothy Chal Matlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Matlock, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on September 23 at p.m. Brown-Gorko Miss Barbara Irene Gorko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Gorko, was united in marriage with Mr. Kenneth Harry Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, all of Lethbridge. Mr. J. E. Chapman perform- ed the ceremony in the Central Church of Christ, with Mr. D. R. Maisey as organist. Maid of honor was Miss (Lnqaqemenk d d Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leeck of Picture Butte wish to an- nounce the engagement of their second daughter Beverly Jean, to Mr. Ronald Paul Plesko, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Plesko of Lcthbridge. The wedding is to take place on September 16 at McKillop United Church. Linda Gorko, with bridal atten- dant, Miss Lillian Gorko, both, sisters of tho bride. Best man was Mr. Randy Low of Calgary. Groomsman was Mr. Laurie Brown, brother of tho groom. Ushers were Mcssers. Steve and John Gorko, brothers of the bride. Following a reception held at [he Rainbow Hall, the couple travelled to the northwestern United States and B.C. for honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have taken up residence in Leth- bridge. in Our Church. Lady of Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Archie McLach- lan of Coulls are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their daughter Heather Gail to Mr. Philip Ellert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ellert of Milk The wedding took place on August 19 at p.m. in St. Peters Roman Catholic Church. Milk River. Mr. and Mrs. R. Wen 5 ink of Kanvpen, Holland, are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Mieke, to Nic R. Wales, son of Mrs. Lois Wales and the late Mr. William Vales, of Granum. The ceremony took place on August IB in Edmonton, where he couple will reside. A double-ring evening wed- ding ceremony was performed by tho Reverends J. n. Chap- man and K. Jordan in First United Church, uniting Miss >ebra Joyce Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Berry; and Mr. Jon Leslie Enander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert En- ander, all of Lethbridge. Mrs. Dorothy Clock was or- ganist. The bride wore a traditional locr-length organza gown, en- banceri by a bodice ol heavy imported Italian lace and lace- trimmed ppuff sleeves. Her en- trained veil was trimmed to match the gown and was held in place by an Italian lace tiara. Maid o( honor was Miss Linda Rosenfelt, with bridesmaids Miss Ursula Wilzke, Miss Louise Oliver, Miss Gwen Kanashiro and Miss Kathy Pon- ech. Flowergirl was Lori BocUe, with ringbearer Michael Rein- pel. Best man was Mr. Ken ander. brother of tho groom. Ushers were Mr. Dale Ehbert, Mr. Rod Morrice, Mr. Larry Chirka and Mr. Gary Rohaly A leception was held in the Scandinavian Hall with Mr. Jackie James as master of ceremonies and Mr. Allan Berry, uncle of tho bride, proposing the toast. Following a honeymoon trip to B.C. the couple have taken up residence at 2513 135h Ave. N. ne clay like no otrier Photographer Ed Keeling LOVE IS Inviting the "BEST WAN" To Capture and Portray Your Very Personal Love Story As Seer Through 'ihe Bride's Misty RADIANT NEW COLOR CASUALS A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 328-0111 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 College Shopping Your Guide for Gift-Giving Gift Registry When a bride visits cur Gift Registry, il's thn beginning of many happy As sho selects Ihe patterns and col- ors for her household trousseau, she graciously provides su'ida tor sivlng which will serva for 'years to come. Fomily and friends may consult these rec- ords os Ihey shop far wedding jlfls and later at anniver- lary and holiday limes. Our Bride List MILUE MUREUO SHARON PETO BEV PONECH PAT PAWER DEBBIE TALIMAN SHEItA BENNETT MARIIYN BERESNAK BARBARA CQOtlOGE PHYUIS JANZEN SUSAN MAUGHN MARY RERON JUDY RAPSON MARIE BAtnUCE MAUREEN GODLONTON IEANNE HERBS! DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd S. ;