Diane Vattuone

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Giacomini'Vatfuone vows red fed here Diane Vattuone of Potter Valley hafe become the bride of Lester Giacomini Jr., of Point Arena, in nuptials at St. Mary of the Angels Church, Ukiah, and the two are making their first home in Manchester where the groom is employed by G & L Logging Company. Father Roger Lamoureux tied the nuptial knot on May 19 before a gathering of friends and relatives from all over Mendocino County. A reception followed at the Home Arts building at Ukiah Fairgrounds. Diane, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitcomb of Pbtter Valley, wore a gown of peau de sole with cotton waist and wide panel of cotton lace. Flared cuffs of cotton lace trimmed her long narrow sleeves puffed at the shoulder, and two tiers of lace ruffles trimmed her train which iell from the waist of her gowii, She wore a pilgrim bonnet trimmed in pearls to hold her elbow length veil, and she carried a cascade bouquet of daisies and yellow roses. Her bridesmaids, and matron of honor wore yellow batiste over taffeta, yellow picture hats and carried white daisies with yellow centers. Sherie Vattuone of Ukiah, niece of the bride, who served as her flower girl wore a gown identical to the bridal gown. Even her bouquet was the same as the bride's. Yellow and white gladioli and yellow daisies were used to decorate the chapel and the reception hall. Cathryn Sant of San Francisco, Francisco, the bride's sister, served her as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were classmates of the bride: Leslie McGillvary CLOTHES FOR BLIND At the Lighthouse, New York Association for the Blind, blind young men and young women are taught basic conepts of line, texture, color and design as an aid in the selection of clothes for their own wardrobes. The presentation of materials is in a non-visual manner and is worked out independently by fashion students from the Fashion Institute of Technology. and Kristy McGill of Sacramento and Vickie Guntly of Ukiah; and Terris Stometta of Point Arena. Warren Giacomini, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Robert and Stanley Stometta cousins of the liridegroom; Rick Brojeski and Louis Lombardi, all of Point Arena. Jerry Price of Point Arena was ring bearer. Diane and Lester both attended attended Butte junior college. She is a graduate of Ukiah high school, and he of Point Arena high school. They spent the^ir honeymoon at Lake Tahoe before settling on the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Giacomini Sr., the bridegroom's parents also live in Manchester. fishing trip A fishing trip is planned ^une 21 by the Progressive Senior Citizens instead of the organization's monthly potluck at the Veteran's Hall. The trip will take the group to Catfish Alley, Lake County picnic' ground Indian reservation, reservation, two and a half miles from the junction of Highways 20 and 29 going towards Lakeport. Seniors have been instructed to turn left at the ta-idge. Meat and buns will be provided by the club. Each senior will take his own table service, water and a hot dish. Those who need transportation transportation or wish further information information in regards to the trip may call 462-4196. "Die senior citizens will all meet at the Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N., State Street, at 9 a.m. to leave for Catfish Alley. All senior citizens will be welcome. AT HOME IN MANCHESTER - Mr; and Mrs. Lester Giacomini Jr., (Diane Vattuone) who were married here May 19, are making their first home in Manchester. —Photo by Stella Sanderson Factory Showroom Clearance Sale

Clipped from Ukiah Daily Journal15 Jun 1973, FriPage 5

Ukiah Daily Journal (Ukiah, California)15 Jun 1973, FriPage 5
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