Dunn-Vived wedding, Joe Angel Vived
even in Bride's Cousin Says Rites For Dunn-Vived Ceremony A cousin of the bride, the Rev. Tod Brown, performed a ceremony in the Most Precious Precious Blood Church in Concord, Concord, Contra Costa County, yesterday afternoon which united in marriage Patricia Margaret Dunn and Joe Angel Angel Viyed. Miss Dunn, daughter of Mr. a n d . Mrs. The/mas J, Dunn of W a l n u t Creek, Contra Costa..County, is a senior in the Fresno State College. F o r the wedding she chose a s i 1 k organza gown with short sleeves, a chapel train and a scalloped neckline trimmed in pearls. The full skirt featured lace appliques. A cluster of orange blossoms blossoms secured the bride's fingertip fingertip veil. H e r bouquet was of orchids, carnations and stephanotis. Â· '.'-". Barbara Dunn pf Walnut was her sister's maid of honor. The bridesmaids' roles were filled by Barbara Cjant'pn and Janjce Fuller. The attendants donned Nile g r e e n chiffon frocks with A line skirts, Empire waistlines and bateau necklines necklines which formed s V in the back. They added-matclK ing petal headpieces .and carried carried bouquets of yellow carnations carnations and .daisies. Deborah Lee Warford 'of Concord, cousin of the bride, performed the duties of the flower girl, and a cousin of the bridegroom, Greg Mqp- gan of lyiadera;- carried the rings. x The best man was Robert Voorhees of San Luis Obis- po. Norman Schaad, Richard Richard Demoura, Ernie Gomes and Richard Dojio of Mar dera assisted with the seat- Ing. ' .- -. T h e newlyweds greeted guests at a reception in the Concord Inn, f o l l o which they left for a honeymoon honeymoon trip to t h e River. They will establish a home .in Madera., ' Mrs. Viyed is a graduate of C1 a y t o n Valley Schoql^.Her husband, son of Mr. ariH Mrs. Angel Vived of Madera, was graduated from FSC and Madera High School. He teaches history in Madera High. .' Kenneth Willetts Are i'