Olivia Tevis, member of houseparty at a wedding

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Olivia Tevis, member of houseparty at a wedding - Page 4 DAILY NEWS TEXAN Irving, Texas Sunday,...
Page 4 DAILY NEWS TEXAN Irving, Texas Sunday, February 17, l%3 ^ MRS. TRAVIS DANTEL VERNON Couple Exchange Nuptial Vows At Baptist Chapel Tv.;n Ccini-ielai ra flanked the .aiKt;r arrangements of white ela'iOh a? tiie altar of d^e Firçi i apti-î' ■'’hurch Chapel 'Saturday e"enin.g, f eb- ruars for the nuptial vows of Mi j ioni Antonieilo and Travif. Oar’T Vernon. Parents 0 - the couple are Mr. and N'-rs. AnLhony o. Anroni- elir of "09 North Story Road and Ma and Mrs. D. S. Aber- cromhie of Dallas. Kev. Henr\' H, Kinkeade officiated at the double ring ceremony. V^ocai selections of "I Love You Truly;” "Always;” and "Wedding Prayer” were presented by Miss Darlene Duncan of Jacks boro, accompanied by Seid Howse at the organ. Given in marriage by her fatl-ier, the bride chose a traditional gowT. of 'White silk peau de sole and Alencon lace for the cere.mony. The molded bodice featured a decollete School Menus ELEMLNTARY Mon, Feb, IS Bacon i, Gheese Sandwiches buttered Peas ;^om Chips SL. Tomato onLermce Chicken 5. Spaghetti SotJp Crackers Ice ^ '.ream Cup Milii or Choc. .Milk lues. Feb. 19 Roast i.eef - Gravy Mashed Potatoes Vegetable Soup - Crackers Tossed Green Salad Hot Rolls - Butter .■Assorted Jello N*: ilk Wed. Feb. 20 Fried Chicken - Gravy Com on the Cob Tomato SoupXrackers Buttered Green Beans Bread - Butter Chilled Fruit Milk Thurs. Feb, 21 i-iamourgers Pork X beans Potato Chips ReLsh Eo'wl Vegetable Soup - Crackers Chocolate Cake Milk or Ct^oc, Miik Fn. ret. 22 Fish Ftlleis french Fries Letrjce Salad Vegetable Soup - Crackers Comb-read - Fhutter Cherry Cobbler Milk ÍÜGH XHOOL Mon. Feb. l& L acon and Cheese Sand’Wiches SI k Tomato on Lettuce Bu. Peas or Bu. Caulijflower Com Chips Chicken and Spaghenl So'up Crackers Banana Cake or Ice Cream. Sandwiches Milk or Chocolate .Milk Tues. Feb. 19 Grilled Steak - Cravy^ Bu, Green Beans Com on the Cob or Cabbage Slaw Tom.ato Soup - Crackers Bread - Butter Kickapoo Kronch Kookies or Chilled Fruit Milk or Chocolate .Milk Wed. Feb. 20 Roast Beef - Gravy Mashed Potatoes Tossed Green Salad or Bu. Asparagus with Cheese Sauce Vegetable Soup - Crackers Hot Rolls - Butter Assorted Jello or Blackberry Cobbler Miik or Chocolate .Milk Thurs. Feb. 21 Hamburgers Relish Bowl Pork and Beans orFruirSaiad Potato Chips Vegetable Soup - Crackers Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Icing or Doughnuts Milk or Chocolate Milk Fri. Feb. 22 Fish Sticks Fre.nct: Fries Lettuce W’edge with 'Thousand Island Dressing or Fjiack-eyed Peas Vegetable Soup - Crackers Combread - Butter Cherry Cobbler or Chilled Pears with Cookies Milk or Chocolate Milk Most people bow down and worship the individual v4io, Lhey think, can do them the most good. neckline re-embroidered with, appliques of lace. The Ions; fitted sleeves tapered to forn petal points at the wrist. The bouffant overskirt was gathered on each side from, an arched cumberbund of apph- qued lace, revealing the sheatii skirt in a redingote effect. Wide appliques of Alencon lace drifted down each side of Lhe overskirt. A dainty crown of pearlescent sprays of orange blossom held her bouffant veil of English silk illusion. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bridal bouquet of white French carnations, centered wlLh a white orchid atop a white satin Bible. Mrs. Ted Roberts of Greenville was .matron of honor. Bridesmaids were .Miss Sue Reynolds of Denton and Miss Lana Helton of Ir.ing. They wore street-lengLh gowns of red satin. The fitted bodices were designed vvith a scoop neckline and brief, cap sleeves. The sheath skirt was enhanced with an overskirt gathered from an arched cum.berbund. Their hats were red satin roses with matching circular veils. They carried heart-shaped arrangem.ents of white pom poms, sprinkled with red and white net and tied with white sain love-knots. Danny Elms of Irv'Lng served as best m.an. Grooms- mtcn were Don Antonieilo and John Richard, both of Irv'ing. Ushers were Woody Derr of Irving and David .Abercrombie of Dallas. Da’wn Ann Bates of Hurst, cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl. Candlelighiers were Russell Bates of Hurst and Butch Vernon of Irvdng. Following the cerem.ony, a reception was held in Fellowship Hall of Lhe church. Members of the houseparty were Miles. Nadine Neibauer, Diane Ramsey, boLh of Denton; Ann Griffith of Maypearl; Olivia Tevis, Sherry' Roach and Barbara Sue Pierce, all of IrvTng. Mrs. Wally Cowart of Dallas presided at the guest book. For travel, the bride wore a yellow Unen suit complemented 'wiLh black accessories and an orchid corsage. Following a wedding trip to .New Orleans, the couple will be at home in Irving. The couple are both graduates of Ir/ing High School, The bride attended North Texas State University and the bridegroom is attending Arlington State College. Out-of-town guests for the cerem.ony were Mrs. Catherine Antonieilo, the bride’s grandmother; Mr. and ^Irs. Pat Pangia, all of Brooklyn, New York. bride First Irving. Mr. 16S0 Mrs. Rev, were the of by silk Chantilly of The was with the of of

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  1. The Irving Daily News Texan,
  2. 17 Feb 1963, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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