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 - Sandra Darlyne Bates Is Wed at St. Peter's...
Sandra Darlyne Bates Is Wed at St. Peter's Mon., June 22, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page St. Peter's Catholic Church was decorated with two seven- branch candelabra adorned with long stem white gladioluses and an arrangement of lavender carnations before (he altar, for the marriage of Miss Sandra Darlyne Bales and James Raymond Raymond Sewald, Saturday evening, evening, June 20. Parents of the couple are Mrs. David Reichert of Greeley and Darl F. Bales of Grand Junction, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sewald of Eaton. The Rev. Owen McIIugh and the Rev. Marvin Adams were the officiating clergymen for the double ring ceremony witnessed by 200 guests. Mius Mary Lou Gillen accompanied accompanied Jerry Tanner as he sang "More" and "One Hand, One Heart" in addition to "The Lord's Prayer." ' The lovely bride, escorted and given in marriage by her father, wore a traditional gown of re-embroidered peau d'ange lace with natural scallops finishing the square neckline and the redingote bodice which was styled to a princess silhouette. silhouette. The wrist-length sleeves were finished with bridal points, and her double-layered mantilla of illusion was edged with a wide scalloped band of matching matching lace and extended to form a chapel train. She carried a bouquet of sterling silver roses with baby breath, and the lace wedding handkerchief carried by her maternal great-grandmother, great-grandmother, the late Mrs. F..E. Wilson. Wilson. Her only jewelry was a single cultured pearl necklace. Miss Jeanne McDonald of Aurora was the maid of honor. Her gown of lavender and white embossed lace and slipper satin featured a lace empire bodic alop a lavender satin skirt, deep purple velvet ribbon sas was tied in back and tl streamers in back, and tl purple bow was copied for thi headdress and white illusil veiling was added. Her bouqu was a nosegay of lavendi carnations. Miss Erna Slellenwerf Houston, Texas, Miss Debb Loos of Iliff, a niece of th bridegroom and Mrs. Ral] Prior of Eaton were the bride maids. They were dressed HI the maid of honor but ha lavender veils. Oilier members of the brid; parly were Miss Pam Loos iliff. also a niece of the brid groom, who carried the bride candle, Lori Sewald of Thornto and Mike Sewald of Sterlin niece and nephew of the brid groom, as flower girl and rir her bridal bouquet. The candle bearer and flower girl were attired in empire gowns of white slipper satin with purple bows and streamers. streamers. Flower girl caried a white basket trimmed in lavender. Attendants for the bridegroom included Woody Waddell of Greeley as best man; his brother, Richard Sewald, also of Greeley, Ralph Prior of Eaton and Richard Bates of Arlington, Texas, brother of the bride, as groomsmen. The guests were escorted to their places by Don Somer of Greeley, and Don Sewald of La Salle, also a brother of the bridegroom. After the ceremony at church, the guests reassembled at the University Center Panorama Room for a reception. Among the guests were three grandparents, grandparents, Mrs. Pauline Denning of Greeley, grandmother of the bridegroom, and Paul Keller and Mrs. Mollie Bates, both of Windsor, grandparents of the bride. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Savolt, Terry and Marilyn Savolt from Los Angeles, Calif., relatives of the bridegroom. After the reception the newlyweds newlyweds left for a honeymoon to an undisclosed destination, and will be at home in Greeley after July 1. For traveling the bride donned a pink linen sleeveless A-line dress with white applique and button trim, white accessories accessories and the corsage from ire bridal bouquet. The bride, a 1967 graduate of reeley Central High School where she was active in Pep Club and as a majorette, was a majorette with the Pride of the Rockies Band at the University University of Northern Colorado, and is now enrolled at Aims Junior College. Sewald was graduated from Valley High School in 1968. He is attending UNC and also is employed at Weld County General Hospital. Mrs. Jamet Raymond Sewald--(Markay photo) Bridge News Results of regular play at the afternoon duplicate club at the Greeley Country Club on June .10 were John Christy and John ~e, first; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Merrick, second; Mrs. William Loss and Mrs. C. A. Wheeler tied with Mrs. K. T. Colwell and Mrs. Sehoonmaker for third and fourth. Evening Duplicate winners the Country Club on June 15 were Mrs. W. K. Halliburton and Mrs. Jim Listen, first; Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Nichol, second; Dr. Robert Gentry and Al Petrick. third; Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bedinger, fourth; Mrs. Russell Laylon and Mrs. C. Wheeler, fifth; and Mrs. J. H Burroughs and Mrs. Conra Zorn lied with Mr. and Mrs Gordon Merrick for sixth an and seventh. High scorers in Open Pai Championship play at th Ray Country Club on June 17, Mrs. Ray Schoonmaker an Mrs. H. W. Devine, first; at and Mrs. Gordon Merrick second; John Hankc and Pau Miller, third; Mrs. E. M. and Mrs. E. Schrade, fourth Mrs. M. E. Kite and Mrs. Vogt, fifth: and Mrs. Williat Loss and Mrs. T. H. sixth. SAVE ON SUMMER

Clipped from Greeley Daily Tribune22 Jun 1970, MonPage 21

Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, Colorado)22 Jun 1970, MonPage 21
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