Jesus Antonio Gaytan-marriage to Shirley Rodriguez; Dec 1965.
Rodriguez- Gay tan Vows Are Recited The marriage vows of Shirley Shirley Ann Rodriguez and Army Spec. 4 Jess Anthony Gaytan Jr. were solemnized in a nuptial nuptial Mass in St. John's Cathedral Cathedral Saturday evening. Following Following a reception in the church social hall, the couple embarked embarked on a honeymoon trip to Texas. For the ceremony, the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Â· Rodriguez of Clovis, donned a lace gown fashioned with a fitted bodice and bouffant bouffant skirt. The neckline of the bridal gown was adorned with sequins and pearls arranged in a floral pattern. The crown headpiece repeated repeated the sequins and pearls design and secured a bouffant shoulder-length veil. The bride carried a bouquet of w h i t e roses centered with an orchid. The bride's aunt, Mrs. 'Jose Pardes of .Clovis, attended as matron of honor. The design of her full-length topaz satin gown w a s repeated in the attire of the second matron of honor, Mrs. Paul Garcia of Clovis, and the bridesmaids' willow-green gowns. Mrs. Garcia Garcia carried one long-stemmed white, rose. The bridesmaids were Christine Christine N u n e s, Annie Guerro, Mercy Aginiga, all of Clovis, and Mary Lou Uribe of Huron. Larry Coronado, the bride's uncle, served as best man. Garcia was the second best man and David Rodriguez, Richard Ramize, Douglas Nunes and Neil Palumba ; of New York ushered. Belinda Garcia, c o u s the bride, and Arthur Rodriguez, Rodriguez, the bride's brother, performed the duties of flower girl and ringbearer, respectively. respectively. The bride, an alumna of Clovis High School, attended a Fresno beauty .college. The benedict, whose parents a the Antonio Gaytans of El Paso, Tex., attended schools in Texas. He is stationed at Fort Ord in Monterey and attended M o n t e r e y College.