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4B I)F L RIO (TEXAS) NEWS HERALD. Sunday, October 8. 1978 MR. AND MRS. THOMAS L. GRACE Mary Catherine Matherson Married to Thomas L. Grace Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Mary Catherine- Matherson and Thomas L. ('.race at the California Yacht Club, Marina Del Key, ('alii', at 7 o'clock in the evening with the Rev. Do.fifl McClellan officiating. Garlanded pillars holding a roof completely covered with white dahlias provided an arbor for the bridal couple and the minister with the yacht basin and an array oi' sailboats providing a background for the al fresco wedding. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Maxim- Matherson of Del Rio and .James ,). Matherson of McAllen, entered the patio area from the yacht club, walking lo (he arbor on a while velveteen runner. l''or her wedding sin- chose a gown of danelelight while qiana with a jaket of finger lip length. She carried a bouquet of white roses, slephanotis and gvpsophelia and wore a matching head-piece. She marked tradition by wearing a diamond on a gold chain necklace, gift from the bridegroom, as something new. l''or something borrowed she wore a ruby ring belonging to her mother and she wore a blue garter. .Mrs. J.J. Smith was the matron of honor. She wore a long .sleeveless V neck gown of blue qiana. The bride's other attendant was Mrs. Kim Dodd.s, who also wore a long sleeveless V-neck gown of nisi qiana. They carried bouquets of blue cornflowers, \ellow and pale orange roses, gvpsophelia and fern. The bridegroom's are Mr. and Mrs. 1 larr\ ol lioi.se, Ida. Charles Smith was man and Dciiiu served as groomsman. Tin- soloist was Williams. Mike Andrea organist. a< companied Ii tin .selections, "What \n Doing for Ihr lie.I of I.lie'' anil "I'm Sinning Tins Si nig lor ** on." I-'or her daughter's wedditi] Mrs. Mather,on wore a loin gow n of in.line <|iana. \h\ Slot ler, null her of I hi ro\, al blue crepe. Both moi hei wore double gardenia coisages 1 lie hndc s grandinoihei. \li• ( lai'enci li.it Inn,in . \\ me lUiral ol blue and wlute u ii h gai drill.i n ii sage. \ recepl ton w as lieiil m I h ^ achl ('Inli follow uij'. , h ceremony. A white nylon floor length cloth covered the registry table with a bud vase holding a white rose as decoration. A white ostrich plume pen was beside the bride's hook, presided over by Mrs. James J. Rcinig. auni of the bride. The gift, table was laid in a white nylon floor length cloth with gold trim. Mrs. Roger Bachinan, aunt of the bride, was in charge of the table. The bride's table, laid in white nylon of floor length, I'eatureda three-tiered wedding cake decorated in cream colored icDecorations were fall flowers and butterflies. Singh- rows of gvpsophelia decorated the table. ' Silver champagne goblets inscribed "Mars" and "Tom" completed table appointments. The serving table was decorated with a very tall ice moldin the form of a dolphin flanked wilh large hurricane lamps with lighted orange candles: a chef served. Tables throughout the room were decorated with large hurricane lamps with burning orange candles, greenery, oranges with pears and grapes encircling the lamps. Music for dancing was provided by Mike Andrea and iiis hand. The couple spent honeymoon at Carme Monterrey, Calif. Prior to her their in marriage the bride was employed by the Marquarl Co. The bridgroom attended the University of California at Los Angeles and was associated with the Flying Tigers. Hi- is presently vice president of operations for an air freight compnay in Los Angeles. Cues Is attending from outside (he Los Angeles area were Mrs. Clarence Bachman and Mrs. Roger Bachman of Kleinme, Iowa; Mrs. James J. Hcinig of darner, Iowa; Mrs. Joe Hrewster. aunt of the bridegroom from Stewart, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Matherson of ('upertino, Calif., uncle and aunt of the bride. One hundred and thirty guests attended. Books Available At County Library parents SI oiler Shern the i'i for • V.ni Your Val Verde County Library has the following new books available. ADULT \ON-HCTIO.V Addkison. One Hundred (lardeii 1'lans Asimov, (Juasar. Quasar Burning Bright liuscli. Wild Kl<m ers and the Stories Behind Then \ames ('ullinan. The |ieile\ tied I 11 ppo , 1'ri nei pies of I'd'soiinel Management (largan, | (,,• Complete t iuide (o Kslate I'lanning Ciahani, Power Plant Mutineer's (itnde I1 ii r ro p . 111 o w i n g for Free/.ing Hay, The Color Dictionary of Flowers and Plants for Home and Harden Ideals, Thanksgiving Ideals Kramer, Indoor Trees 1.newer, ('.rowing and Decorating With (Ira.sses McDonald, Slop Talking !o Your Plants and Listen Miller, The Complete Boo) 1 of Baton Twirling Miller. I'lease Love Me Nash, .Among the Missing Owens, Texas Folk Songs Sclsam, The Don't Throw It, I Irow II Book of House Plants

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  1. Del Rio News Herald,
  2. 08 Oct 1978, Sun,
  3. Page 20

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