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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta loturday, 9. 1572 THE LETHBKIDGE HWAIB XI MR. AND MRS. KENNETH WILLIAM BILLS Jordan's photo Bills-Morrison In a recent double-ring cer- emony Church, McKillpp United Miss Marion Elaine Morrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Morrison of Loth- bridge, was married lo Mr. Kenneth William Bills, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bilk of Marwayne. Dr. R W. K. Elliott officiated. Organist was Mr. A. K, Put- lantl, and the soloist was Mrs. Alaida Mack. Maid of honor was Miss Don- na Stevens from Crossfield, and Miss Brenrla U'ayne, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Mr. Cam Hancock ot Mar-: wayne was best man, and Mr. Brian Boultcn was groomsman. Ushers were Mr. Jeff Bills, Marwayne; Mr. Garv Bills, Crossfield; Mr. Albert Holland, Edmonton, TAC reception was held in the Windsor Room at the Park plaza Motor Hotel, Following a honeymoon spent in British Columbia the couple has taken up residence in ANJ MKS, ROGER WAITER REICH E. Cross, photo Reich-Grey Miss Marsha Grey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Grey, was united in marriage with Mr. Roger Waller Reich, son of Mrs. Walter Reich and the T. Reich, all of K. Elliott offi- ciated at the double-ring cere- mony which took place in Southminster United Church. Mr. A. K. Putland was organ- ist, with Dr. T. Melling as solo- late Mr. Lethbridge. Rev. R. W. with her twin sister Miss Carol Marti, Miss Brenda Morgan and Miss Robin Reich, sister of the groom, as bridesmaids. Best man was Mr. Dwight Jensen of Lethbridge. Ushers were Mr. Wayne Fyrie and Mr. Peter Haney both of Edmon- ton and Mr. Rob Grey, brother of the bride. Following a reception held at the Holiday Inn, the couple tra- velled Vancouver and Vir- and Mrs. Roger Reich MR. AND MRS. MELVIN BRUCE SAKATCH E. Cross, photo Sakatch Osecki First United Church was the jelling or the exchange of mar- riage vows belween Miss Wendy Joan Osecki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry T. Osecki, and Mr. Melvin Bruce Sakatch son of Mr. and Mrs. Bjarne Fed- crson, all of Lcthbridge. Reverend C. H. Carnochan of- MR. AND MRS. JOHN ALEXANDER ELVES Elves-Dugdale MR. AND MRS. LESLIE ISAO KOYATA Jourdan, Koyata-Anderson photo First United Church was the tting tor the recent wed- ng of Miss Marilyn Erma nderson. daughter of Mr. and rs. It. E. Anderson, and Mr. eslie Isao Koyata, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Ted Koyata, all ot icture Butte. Rev. Peter Walker officiated the double-ring ceremony, ilh Miss Debbie Moriyama as rganist and Mrs. Katie Koyata s soloist. Maid of honor was Miss anice Moriyama with brides- liss Gloria Koyata, Miss Bev Ponech and Miss Terry Wright. Best man was Mr. Ken Karialsumari of Picture Butte. Groomsmen were Mr. Roy Kariatsumari, Mr. Alan Koyata and Mr. Elton Anderson. Ushers were Mr. Edward Anderson and Mr. Harry Naka- mura. A reception followed at Ihe Picture Butte Elks Hall. The couple travelled to Banff and Jasper for a honeymoon, and have taken up residence in Lelhbridgc. MR. AND MRS. DARYL STANLEY MCKAGUE E. Cross, photo McKague-Hamabata Rev. Blake L. Anderson offi-1 Kenaston, Sask.; and Pi-escort, ciated at the recenl wedding of Miss Hanako Nadine Kama- baia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kamaske Hamabata, and Mr. Dai-yl Stanley McKague, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mc- Kague, all of Lcthhridge. The double-ring ceremony took place in McKillop United Church, with organist Mr. A. K. Pulland and soloist Miss Roberta Barber of Claresholm. Miss LaVerne Hamabata, sis- ter of the bride was maid of honor, Flowergirl was Miss Suzanne Harrison of Invermere, B.C., niece of the brirjc. Ringbearer was Quinton Smith of Victoria, nephew of the bride. Best man was Mr. Ryan Mc- Kague of Regina, brother of the groom. Ushers were Mr. David Hughes of Fort Macleod and Mr. Dale McKague of Ogema, Susk.. both cousins of the groom. The guest book was attendee by Miss Gailene McKague of Edmonton, sister of the groom. A reception and dance were held at the Royal Canadian Le- gion Memorial Hall, with Mr. Don Harrison as master of cere- monies. Mr. Mitsug Tanaka of Purple Springs, uncle of the bride, pro- posed the toast to the bride. Out-of-town guests wrere from Claresholm, Edmonton, Wetas- kiwin, St. Albert, Calgary, Tab- er, Purple Springs, Fort Mac- leod, Nanton; Winfield, Inver- mere, Creston, Victoria, B.C.; Bromhead, Ogema, Regina, Onl. The couple travelled to Banff and points in B.C. for a honey- moon and have taken up resi- dence in LethbrirSge. Marriage Announced Dr. and Mrs. John Morgan of Lethbridge, are pleased to nounce the marriage ot Miss Ada Linda Wahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wahl o( Rolling Hills, lo their son, Da- vid John. The wedding took place on September 2 in I he Foothills Lu- theran Church, Calgary. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. J. Morgan have taken up residence in Cal- gary while completing their studies at the University of rv. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALl 6th Ave. A and 13th Sf. N. Every Saturday Nighf at 8 p.m. S Cordl for 1.00 or 25< foeti Three 7 Number JACKPOT Free Games ana Conli DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 noi MR. AND MRS. LINN JAY JENSEN Jensen-Hogg Towle with Randy Towle as ringbearer, both cousins of the I Marriage v o w s were ex- Best man was bride. changed in a double-ring ccr- Elves of Winnipeg Best man was Mr. Garry Baceda, groomsmen Mr. Ray Douglas of Gleichen, brother-in-law of the bride, Mr. Cliff Mlddlelon and Mr. Brian Sakatch, brother of the groom. Ushers were Mr. Randy Lee emony between Miss Echo erla Dugdale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jock Dugdale of Bellevue, and Mr, John Alex- ander Elves, son of Mrs. Pearl Elves and the Inte Mr. of Calgary. the groom. Groomsmen were Mr. Blair Wihnan of Chilliwack, brother-in-law of the bride; Mr. Julien Mr. Den Daly and Mr. Stan Korzak, all "President Owen Archibald of- ficiated at the double-ring mar- riage ceremony of Miss Darla Dee Hogg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Hogg, and Mr. Linn Jay Jensen, son of Mr. Lindon Jensen, all of Cardston. Miss Teresa Pitcher was or- Emmett 1 ganist for Ihe wedding, which (ook place in the Alberta Tem- brother of ficialed at the double ring and Mr. Bob Koole. ceremony, wilb Mr. Alan Mills] Miss Janel Mcfntosh of Gal- as organist Miss Lori Crcdico MDS maid of honor, with bridal attendants Mrs. Barbara Douglas of Glei- chen, sister of the bride; Mrs. Charotte Luchansky; and Miss Debbie Bemiki of Winnipeg, cousin of the bride, as junior bridesmaid B'towergirl was Miss Tracy Frederick Elves, of Neepawa, Man. Fr. Jim Hagel and Rev. Bart Wobben officiated at wedding which took place in St. Cyril's Church. Miss Debbie Fantin was or- pl. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Karen Hogg. Bridesmaids were Miss Ruih Williams and Miss Jesse Greg- Ockey as ringbearer. Best man was twin brother of the groom, Mr. Lome Jensen. Ushers w-ere Mr. Jack Molcak and Mr. Reed Jensen, brother of the groom, A reception was hed M the Church of Jetus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints Alberta Stake Building. The couple travelled to Banff and points in B.C. o n cscir honeymoon trip. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION LADIES' AUXILIARY MEETING Monday evening September 11, 1972 POT LUCK SUPPER P.M. BUSINESS MEETING P.M. SOCIAl HOUR TO FOLLOW Y'ALL COME! They reside in l.eth- bridge wbsre the groom will at- gary attended the guest hook. A reception and dance follow- ed at the Civic Centre, with Mr. Spike Marlell, uncle of Ihe bride, acting as master of cere- ....._..........._ monies. Mr. Nicol Mcfntosh of singing What a was made by Ihe mother of the A reception and uanre were teid in the Maple Vue Hall with Mr. Blair Wihnan as master of ceremonies and Mr. Charles I Milvain giving the toast (o the hride. i The guest book was attended son. Flowergirl was M i s s' twin the community college Healher Nelson with 1 CALIFORNIA IHSNiyiANO LAS VEGAS ganist, with Mrs. A. Kropinakjby Mrs. R. Rossi. The cakej Calgary proposed the toast We Have fn Mother, the bride. which was dedicated to the The couple has laken up resi-! motbers of the bride and groo; dence in Lelhbndge. j prioi. to tne ceremony. After the Wedding Prayer was sung, the bride and groom lit a single candle from two candles, lo symbolize they had become one. Maid of honor was Miss Lu- cille Diigdale of Calgary, sister of the bride, who wore a gown of yellow paslel dolled Swiss. Bridal attendants were Mrs. B. Wihnan of Chilliwack. B.C., sister of the bride: Mrs. S Etlinger and Mrs. D. Riiroel. both of Calgary; and Miss Gina Milvain All wore gowns of doited swlss in different pastel shades. Flowergirl was Miss naeleen Rossi, cousin of the bride, w'ith ringbearer Dean Wihnan, neph- ew of the bride. Ecth wore red kills imporlcd direclly from Scotland. bride, and decorated by Miss 1. Miller of Calgary. Guests attended from Chilli- wack, Femie, Kimberly, B.C.; Winnipeg, Brandon. Necpawa. Man.; Calgary, Edmonton and other points in Alberta. Following a honeymoon trip lo the interior of B.C.. the couple has taken up residence in Calgary. t) a Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Konynen- helt of Nobleford are pleased to announce the engagement of Iheir daughter Connie Gayle, to Mr. Robert John Scherpenisse, son of Mr. and Mrs. lister Scherpenisse, of Grand Rapids, Michigan. A December wedding Is planned Departing Oct. 7 and Dec. 23 by deluxe hiway cruiser SEE Disneyland, los Angeles, Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, las Vegas, Sail Lake Cily INCLUDES: Trampor- lolion, nightly accom- modation, sightsee- ing til oil major cities Los Vegas bonus. party and more. ESCORTED: filled days. 15 lun Deponing Oct. 28 and Dec. 23 jy deluxe hiwoy cruiser SEE Los Vegas, Reno, Carson City. Lake Tohoe. Virgina Cily, Hoover Dam, Mormon Tobernocle, Soil City ond more. INCLUDES: Trampor- talion, nightly accom modation. Las Vega; bonus pack. Tour of Reno fun pack. 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