Frances Manville Manuel Escobar Wedding
Frances Manville Manuel Escobar a p e l d by the Rev. n g , Thomas The Miss Frances S. M a n v daughter of Mrs. Frank S. Perr of 8 Lucas Ave., was married o Sept. 28 in Jesus Saviour Qiurc to Manuel L. Escobar, son of ind Mrs. Francisco Escobar farbor View Court, Middletown rhe Rev. Joseph A. Cardoza, pas or officiated. Given in marriage by her ste father, Frank S. Perry, the brid ivas attended by her sister, Mrs. Amy Vars, matron of honor. Joseph Vars was best man. The bride wore a floor length gown of white satin, bell-skirted and' with matching jacket wiih three-quarter sleeves and buttoned front. A matching crown held her waist length veil. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. The matron of honor, in a of light blue taffeta brocade, with matching veil, carried an old- fashioned bouquet. A reception was held in American American Legion Hal! in Middletown. After a trip to Maine, the couple will live at Park-Holm. The bride attended Rogers High School. Mr. Escobar is employed here at Ledges" as a general handyman.