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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IfTHBRIDGE HERALD Sulurday, September 23, 1971 MR. AND MRS. JERRY BRETT FOX -Freelance Photos Lid., phola MR. AND MRS. DAVID EMLYN PARRY HUGHES MR. AND MRS. DAVID MICHAEL GOLD MR. AND MRS. VINKO NEMECEK do Jourdarr, photo Nemecek Sosick Fox-Bennett Miss Linda Margaret Ben- nett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett of Medicine Hat, was united in marriage with Mr. Jerry Brett Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Fox, of Leth- bridge. Rev. Brian Brown officiated at the rJouble-ring ceremony which took place in Westmin- ster United Church, Medicine Hat. Miss Anna Jean Medhurst was organist, with Miss Janice Medhurst We've Only Just Begun, and the Wedding Prayer. Matron of honor was Mrs. Bonnie Pederscn of Edmonton, with best man Mr. Ben Braun of Medicine Hat. Usher was Mr. Donald Ben- nett, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the Elks Club, with Mr. Mike Eaton proposing the toast to the bride. Following a honeymoon trip to Crystal Lake, the couple has taken Gold-Gilchrist Beth Shalom Synagogue, Ed-, A reception was held in the monton, was the setting for the exchange of double-ring vows between Miss Patricia Mary Gilchrist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gilchrist of Lelh- bridge, and Mr. David Michael Gold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold of Edmonton. Rabbi Sheldon Lewis offi- ciated at the ceremony with Mrs. D. E. DeWynter as or- ganist. The bride wore a floor-length gown and hand-knit wedding coat trimmed with pearls. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses. Maid of honor was sister of the bride, Miss Elaine Gil- Christ. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Toni GolcJ of Edmonton, Mrs. Cheryl Gold of Windsor, Ont., and M i s s Kathleen Hog an of Edmonton. Best man was Mr. Allan Gold, of Windsor, Ont., brother of I he groom. Groomsmen were Mr. Phillip Gold and Mr. Donald Gilchrist, with ushers Mr. Bruce Git christ, Mr. Sam Hansen, Mr. Jack Segal, Mr. Jack Epstein and Mr. Hans Siegal. synagogue with Mr. R. L. Jar- dine of Lethbridgc as master of ceremonies. Mr. W. R, Gilchrist of Leth- bridgc, uncle of the pro- posed the toast to the bride. Miss Linda Rogers of Regina attended the guest book. The couple travelled to Van- couver for their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Gold have taken up residence in Ed- monton. Hughes Wilson Rev. Allan Crew officiated at the double-r i n g wedding cer- emony uniting Miss Vivian Wil- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilson of Calgary, and Mr. David Emlyn Parry Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes of Lethbridge. Matron of honor was Mrs. Linda Lukens of Lethbridge, with bridesmaids Miss Elaine Scansen of Calgary anrt Miss Cheryle Wilson of Regina. Flowergirl was Miss Sandra Wilson of Calgary. Best man Hughes of ushers Mrv Lethbridge and Mr. Jim Magce of Swift Current, Sask. Following a reception was Mr. Elved Lethbridge with Dale Lukens of and Double-ring marriage vows were exchanged between Miss Gloria Lynn Sosick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sosick and Mr. Vinko Nemecek, son Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemecek, all of Picture Butte. Rev. Leon Zimmerman offi- ciated at the ceremony which look place in Immanuel theran Church. Lu- dance held in the Sapphire Room of the Al San Banquet Centre, the couple travelled to California and Nevada for a honesrmoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will re- side in Fort Macleod. Forthcoming marriages Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. alicum of Lethbridge are eased to announce the forth- :oming marriage of their aughter, Loretta Anne, to Mr. Leslie A. Kobitz, son of Mr. and Trs. Alex Kobitz reek, Sask. MR. AND MRS. ADOl? MAX STOJKE A. E. Cross, photo Stojke Quelch Miss Emilie Anne Quelch, daughter of Mrs. Jean Quelch and the late Mr. Ashley Quelch Marriage Announced Donald and Thomas Slier- wood wish to announce the mar- riage of their grandmother, Mrs. T i 11 i e Sherwood of Barons, to Mr. Linus Atkinson of Lcthbridge. The wedding took place August 15 in Edmonton, with Rev. Bill Burgess officiating: Mr. anil Mrs. Donald Duncan are pleased to announce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Betty Linda to Mr, Keith Robert Sutfin, son o! Mr, and Mrs. Glen Sutfin of Cal gary. The wedding took place or September 1 in the Courthouse Chapel, Las Vegas, Nevada. if Lethbridge, was united I marriage with Mr. Adolf Ma Stojke, son of Mr. and Mrs. E< ward Stojke of Rolling Hills, i recent ceremony perfrcrmw at Southminsier United Church Rev. Kenneth Morris off dated, with Mr. Wilfred Woo house as organist. Maid of honor was Miss a a Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Me Kague of Lethbridge are ileased lo announce the en ;agement of their daughter Gailene Karen, to Mr. Johi Waller Shaw of Ottawa, son o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw, o Spa Inn House, Witherslack Westmorland, England. The wedding will take plac on December 6 at 3 p.m Soulhminster United Churc chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Spence oE Cardston are pleased to an nounce the engagement an forthcoming marriage of he daughter, Gloria Maxwell of Edmonton, to Mr. John Cheyney Jr., son ot Mr. John Cheyney and the late Mrs. Cheyney, of Sask. The wedding will take place on October 21 at 2 p.m. In the Third Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Laller day Sp.ints, Edmonton, of Maple on November 4 at p.m. In McKillop United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Funk are pleased to announce the forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Karen Mae, to Mr. Mrs. Arthur Pierson, all of Lethbridge. The wedding will take place on October 7 at 3 p.m. hi the Christian and Missionary Alli- ance Church. The' wedding will take placo Brian Pierson, son of Mr. and Organist was Mrs. Elizabeth Walker with soloist Mrs. Hia DeBocr. Matron of honor was Mrs. Sharon Gostola of Keoma, Alta., sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Louise Paul of Bentley anc Miss Roberta Wright of Loth- bridge, cousin of the bride. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Colleen Sosick, sister of the bride and Miss Jackie So- sick of Lethbridge, cousin of the bride. Best man was Mr. Lcs Gosto- la of Kcoma, with groomsmen Mr. Nick Yalowcga of Tron Springs, cousin of the groom and Mr. Calvin Sosick, brothe of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Ron Sie mons of Coaldale and Mr. Rick Shimek of Vancouver. A reception was held at Club with Miss Debbie Wright of Lelhbridge, cousin ot he bride, attending Hie guest look. Master ol ceremonies was Mr. Francie Wright of Leth- bridge, uncle of the bride, with Mr. George Sosic of Coalhurst, 5reat uncle of the bride pro- posing the toast. The couple travelled to Yel- lowstone for a honeymoon trip and have taken up residence on the groom's farm near Picture Butle. DIDN'T LIKE NAME MELUN, France CAP) A judge who refused to saddle a three-year-old boy with what ho considered a ridiculous sur- name earned the indignation of the childs adopted parents plus an appeal to a Higher court. Their name is Trognon, a word meaning stump, rag-end, core, or the little piece left over that you throw away. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. (Roy) of Fort Macleod arc bride. attendants were j pleased to announce the en- Brenda Quelch, sister of tha i white Mrs. Gertrude Davis of Trail, B.C., and Miss Margarete Degen of Medicine Hat, niece of the groom. Best man was Mr. Carl K. Schmidt of Calgary, with groomsmen Mr. Aart Davis of Trail, and Mr. Walter Stojke ot Rolling Hills, cousin of the groom. Ushers were Mr. Donald A. Bartz of Monarch and Air. Reinhardt Stojke of Rolling Hills, cousin of the groom. A reception was held at the j Labor Club with Misses Tngrct Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Cook arc] and Violet Dcgen, of Medicine pleased to announce the mar- Hat, nieces of the groom, at- tending the guest book. Master of ceremonies was Mr. Robert W. Anderson and Mr. Dean V. Bennelt proposed the toast to the bride. Both are from Following a honeymoon trip lo Glacier Nalional Park, Mr, and Mrs. Ac'olf S'.ojke have la. ken up residence at Rolling Hills. gagement of their daugther, Sheryl Ann, to Mr. Andrew Gareth Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Philip of Calgary. The wedding is to lake place on November 4 at 4 p.m. in Fort Macleod. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Elton Duell of jNew Dayton wish to announce he engagement of their young- est daughter, Janice Lee to Mr. 'lichard Price Atkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Atkins of iVarner. The weddings will take place on October 7-at the New Day- ton United Church. AND MRS. BRIAN GARNETT SCARROW Mr. and Mrs. George A. Slur- rock are pleased lo announce Ihe forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mamie Jane, to Mr. Ronald Goertzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goertzen, all of Coaldale. The wedding will take place on October 7 at -1 p.m. in the Coaldale United Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Ontkean of Lethbrldge are pleased to announce the forthcoming mar- riage of their daughter, Char- lene Jane, to Mr. Ken Sawalsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sawatsky, of Coaldale. The wedding will lake place on November 4 at 5 p.m. in Lakeview Mennonitc Church. MR riage of their eldest daughter, Dorothy Jane, to Mr. Terry Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirkman, all of Lethbridge. The took place on September fl in St. Mary Ihe Virgin Anglican Church. Mr. Terry Kirkman have lakcn up residence in Vancouver. Mrs. Margaret Reynolds of Cardston wishes lo announce Ihe engagement of her youngest daughter Sherry Lee to Mr. Albert Yakowescn, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Yakowesen of An- drew. The wedding will take place on OclolKr 14 in the St. Nicholas Russo Church, Wostok, Alber- ta. Scarro iv "Christie A candlelight ceremony in St.] IreW in Ihe Holifey Inn with Augustine's Anglican Church! Mr. D was Ihe scene for the change of double-ring vows Between Miss Linda Joan Christie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Christie of Lcth- bridge, and Mr. Brian Garnelt Scarrow, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Gamett D. Scarrow of'Rivers, Man. Rev. D. B. Rogers officiated. Bridal attendants were Miss Cindy Young of Lclhbridge, Miss Kirn Scarrow of Rivers, sister of the groom and Miss Brenda Christie, sister of the bride. Best man was Mr. Wayne Scarrow of Rivers. Ushers were Mr. Douglas Christie, brother of the brine owl Mr. Glen Mathcson of Rivers. A reception and dance were larrell Lagler as maSler of ceremonies and Mr. Bill Taylor jiving the toast to the bride. The couple travelled to va- rious points in B.C. for a honey- moon. Mr. and Iilrs. Scarrow have taken up residence at 4503 45th St. S.W., Calgary. MARITAL PROBLEMS KUALA LUMPUR (AP) Malaysian policemen have been warned that they can be fired for having too many wives. The inspector-generals office said some men with three or four wives had become inefficient because of family squabbles. Eighty per cent of Malaysian policemen are Moslems, al- lowed up to four wives at a time under Islamic law. No gift regardless of price is so precious as a portrait in natural LAURIE ANN 10-year daughter of M8. ond MRS. JOE BERESNAK LETHBRIDGE ;