Stomps-Ullo Wed 1954CA

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Stomps-Ullo Wed 1954CA - I4-S SAN BERNARDINO SUN-TELEGRAM 'T' r1 l fafA...
I4-S SAN BERNARDINO SUN-TELEGRAM 'T' r1 l fafA lit : 4 i hi-IVs '! ! - i ft ' tr'P ' ' - - I P -?u- ' - ; ;-:--III' r; I "te m 4 mm Jeanette Ullo Bride Of Raymond M. Stomps Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Monroe Stomps, who were married a month ago at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, are at home from their wedding trip to San Diego and Mexico, and are residing at 257 E. 18th St. The vows were pledged in a double ring ceremony at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 1, with the Rev. Fr. Day officiating. The bride is the former Jeanette Louise Ullo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Charles Ullo of 635 Courtland Dr., formerly of Niagara Falls, N.Y. She graduated from high school in Phoenix, Ariz. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Stomps of Oakland. He graduated from Royal Oak High School in Michigan and New Mexico Western College, where he majored in music. Fifty guests witnessed the wedding, at which Marilyn Harmon Fitzgerald sang "Ave Maria," "On This Day of Beautiful Mother" anfl "Agnus Dei," with Mrs. Joseph Nadeau at the or-gan. Louise Ware Will Present Pupils In Monday Event Louise Stiles Ware is presenting her piano pupils in a recital at 8 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the Brush Studio of Music, 497 17th St. Special awards will be presented as well as certificates of merit from the Music Teachers' Assn. of California. Student performers are Kathleen Lier, Marcia Henry, Judith Kaeding, James Hudson, Tony Lier, Robert Bagley, Julie Pala-dino, Susan Paladino, Glenna Fouch, Arthur Shoap, Carolyn Marsh, Sharon Green, Carol Pinckney, Nancy Paladino, Tom Marsh, Phyllis Kaeding and The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Anita Ullo, as Katherine Ullo, acted as bridesmaid with Miss Mary Ketaily. Gerald Stomps stood with the bridegroom as best man; Raymond Shiplek and Donald Cowles ushered. The bride wore a gown of rose point lace made in traditional style, with fitted bodice, long sleeves and waltz length skirt, over satin. Her veil was caught to a crown of orange blossoms, and she carried lilies of the valley and a white orchid on a white lace-covered Prayer Book. All the attendants were at-, tired in taffeta frocks, with lace bodices in empire style and full waltz length skirts, the honor maid in shocking pink and the other two in silver blue. They wore crowns of orange blossoms ' in colors matching their dresses and carried iris and stephanotis on lace-covered Bibles. Following the nuptials, breakfast was served for the family and the bridal party in the church hall. Terrific ill

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  1. The San Bernardino County Sun,
  2. 06 Jun 1954, Sun,
  3. Page 46

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