Fuzzy's Wedding Announcement

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Fuzzy's Wedding Announcement - ||Sgt. Cappadona, Jr' " " jiMiss Fusselman |...
||Sgt. Cappadona, Jr' " " jiMiss Fusselman | Wed at St. Mary's l Miss Gladys Cecile Fuuetman. ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John I Marcus Fussclman of Hondo, and ·Staff S^t. Fred Joseph Cappador* [son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cappa xvnsjtnoay in St. Marj-'s Cathedral yes double-ring ceremony, and Anthony Vm- iJ1MphNovel L'- C 2 u3ln "'" 1 ' brl(l a pn mem at th Icf Cit Harrell. Boug T alta Miss ani TV in mar Hgr sui of the and Mn H. of grooxi, served ad* altar boy. A bank of palms gave a back- (jround of greenerv to large vases filled with snowy a.ers and lighted lighted ecclesiastical tapers. Bows oi white satin ribbon designated the family pews, Miss Julia Webster, organist, rendered rendered the nuptial music and accompanied accompanied Mis* Julia Antonlni. who sang Schubert's "Ave Maria." "Lord, I Am Not Worthy" and "Mother, at Thy Feet Is Kneeling.*' The bride was attended by Miss Estelle Marie Culotta, cousin at the bridegroom, maid - of Honor; Mrs. Charles Tondre of Hondo, sister of the. bride, matron of honor; Mrs. Jack Hartung bt Hondo, niece of the bride, and Miss Virginia Marie aegrato of Houston, niece of the bridegroom. -All wore^ identical gowns of white brocaded taffeta faihioned with' moulded bodice, sweetheart neckline, puffed ileevu and full net skirts. They wore shoulder-length veil* "of Illusion held in place with wreaths of flow- era. Their bouquets were of red Better'Time roses tied with brocaded brocaded green -satin ribbons. Tha bride .entered on the arm of ler father, by whom she was Riven n marriage. She wore a bridal sown of brocaded white satin fash- on-d with a fitted bodice, sweet- leart neckline and 'long sleeves which extended over the wrists in a point. Tiny satilt-covered but- ons closed the bodice at the back The futt skirt was gathered at the vaist and extended Itno a long rain. Her voluminous veil of bridal Huston, was held in place by a Mary, queen of Scots cap, trimmed with orange blossoms. Her bouquet ras of white roses with stephanotls tied with white tulle in ffect cascade The bridegroom was attended by ohn Riccobono. best man; Joseph L Cappadona. Victor Cappadona rothers of the bridegroom and am Serio, groomsmen. R. H. John and Dr. M. M. Mihovil acted as ushers. The men were attired in' ark business suits and wore hou- onnleres of white carnations The mother of the bride wore a lack crepe frock with matching ccessorles, and the mother of the ridegroom wore navy blue wit] atching accessories. -Their flow ·s were shoulder corsages of white ro-deniaa. ecepUon Held A reception was held at the home ' U e bridegroom's parents fol- wing the ceremony. Profusions white asters and fern were'used decorate the reception rooms for he occasion. The bride's table was eautifully appointed with a white utwork dinner cloth and centered -1th a fonr-tier -.raiding cake, tin-iced, trimmed with tiny con- ctioner's rosebuds and topped mth figurines of a bride and bridegroom bridegroom -tsndlnK beneath an arch- way of lilie.1 of the valley. Mem- oers of the house party Included- Jk·?- , D -. J - Capo. In charge of-the brides book; Mrs. L. A. Serafino. Mrs. A Segrato, Miss Bridget Russo. Mrs. Ale.T Messina, Mrs Joseph A. Cappadona and Mrs Victor Victor Cappadona. '.-. During the afternoon' the couple left for a short wedding, trip. For' 18788 SEBENLT SIMPLE -- Wherever ·ou wear this dress, you'll T avorable impression! It Is un- limple.' V-neckHne and soft bow rim. Barbara Bell pattern" No. 187S-B is designed for sizes 36. 38, 40, 4. 16. 18. 50 'and 52. Size 38. leeves. requires 4*4.yards 39-inch material. Find the gay. young fashions resses, sportwear, blouses and suits which you want for a fail wardrobe in the new issue of ..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.., i«, v ,, r MYRO ' ashion book, priced ISc. .You rder a fashion book and a 15c ittern for 25c plus Ic for For this attractive pattern sem 5e, plus Ic for postage, in coins fith .-your name, address, pattern umber and size wanted to Barara Barara Bell. The Galveston Mews. SOUTH WELLS ST, CHICAGO ILL. traveling Mrs. Cappadona chose steel grav wool three-piece sui with black patent leather accessories accessories and white gloves. She a shoulder corsage of gardenias. Sgt. and Mrs. Cappadona will make, their home in Salt Lake Utah, where Sgt. Cappadonn is stationed at Camp Kearns. The brtde is a graduate of High School and for the past :ral jtars has'resided, hire. Sgt. Cappadona, prior to his enlistment In the armed forces was connected with R. H. John and Purdy stores. He is past president of Hagles. Lions.. is; a 4th decree inight of Columbus and .a of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Commerce. Out-of-town guests for the wedding wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. John Marens Fusselman Mrs. Charles Ton- Ire. Mrs. Hartunt? of Hondo. Mrs. A.- Navarra -of Houston. Mrs A Serratoi D. J. Capo and Miss Jarie Capo..* Mr.: and Mrs, Frank Serafino, Mr.-arid "Ms. Frank Lo- rlno, Mrs. L. Pecbra, Mrs. P. S. :ora of Beaumont, Miss Virginia Marie and Carmen Joan Seprato and. Mrs, L. A. Serafino of Houston. China Shower Mrs. Cappadona was entertained with a china shower Monday /evening /evening by Mrs. .Harry Fieeel and Miss Betty Jo Caskie. A patriotic motif was carried out in the deco- arra " smooth-to-fhe-touch rations. The honoree was presented with a corsage of white asters her gifts were arranged in a plane hangar. Covers were laid for 20 ![guests. and supper was served. hostesses were assisted in entertaining entertaining by Mrs. Harry A. 'Fiegel and Mrs. Amelia Cainf O »

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 07 Oct 1943, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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