Jess Wedding

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Jess Wedding - 25, 1970 Warvwck-Mcmf/e vows exchanged Bradshaw...
25, 1970 Warvwck-Mcmf/e vows exchanged Bradshaw Pamela and Mrs. of Port Mr. Lee's PAHS and a No reunion and floral Mr. and Mrs. Jess Samuel Mantle are at home in Seattle following their wedding trip in British Columbia and eastern Washington. They were- married at Queen of Angels Church Sept. 12. The bride is the former Patricia Christine Warwick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Warwick. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mantle of Dungeness-Sequim. Father Daniel Regimbal performed the nuptial folk mass in the presence of 150 guests. Tony and Mike Ketchum were altar boys. The church folk singers sang and played guitars under the direction of Ray Connors. White gladioli and pink carnations decorated the sanctuary. White bows marked the pews. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a long satin gown with bishop sleeves and appliques of alencon lace. She carried a cascade, of jred and white carnations and wore earrings (150 years old) which belonged to her greafr grandmother. Katheryn Warwick was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a long blue gown with matching headpiece. Sister Suzanne Warwick, Pamela Raunig and Jeri Horton were bridesmaids. Their long gowns were printed blue fabric and each carried a white rose. Michael Mantle was his brother's best man. Jalal Mohseni of Seattle, David Tweter and Gary Jung ushered. Mrs. Warwick wore a beige Strauss of Almifa, Wash,, Mrs, Ann Lewis of Dayton, Mr, and Edith with Linda came Lynden, Seattle guests were Mrs. Jean Henkle, Mrs, John Gallant, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mantle and Michelle. From Edmonds were Mrs. Laurinda Bergstrom, Messrs, v and " MR. AND MRS. JESS SAMUEL MANTLE —Deines Studio photo knit dress with matching accessories. Mrs. Mantle wore a Navy and white knit with matching accessories. Both mothers had orchid corsages. Mrs. M. C. Strauss arranged the flowers for the reception luncheon which followed at Harrington's Skyroom. Michelle Mantle, in a long blue gown, passed the groom's cake at her uncle's reception. Chrissie Swordmaker had charge of the guest book. After the reception the parents of the bridal couple hosted parties for family and relatives. From out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown of Port Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. —'. and Mrs. Robert Jessee with Charlotte and Claircy Clizer came from Walla Walla. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Winter with Mark, Colleen, Janet and Julie came from Wenatchee. Mr, and Mrs. F. W, Pratt came from Tekoa. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Silzel were from Oakesdale, Joe Warwick from Connell, Dr. and Mrs. John Peterson came from Poulsbo. Mrs. Bertha Michaels came from Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Amorteguy came from Federal Way with Mark and Tony. From Sequim were Gail and Dale Turton, Mmes. Ethel Barker, lona Hesselman, Jess Taylor, Messrs, and Mmes. Ronald Richelieu, Marjorie Woodcock, Vernon Mantle, Arnold Tweter, Stacey. Stone, E. W. Burdick, J. U. Wright and Fred Schmuck. The bride attended Western Washington State College and is a secretary at Recreational Equipment in Seattle. Her husband attended Peninsula College and is employed at Todd Shipyard. will the at

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  1. Port Angeles Evening News,
  2. 25 Sep 1970, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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