Theresa Lequia wedding announcement Apr 1949

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Theresa Lequia wedding announcement Apr 1949
 - Theresa Lequia Bride In Church Ceremony Today...
Theresa Lequia Bride In Church Ceremony Today St. Patrick’s church, boquets of pink and white gladioli decorating its altars, was the setting this morning for the wedding of Theresa Lequia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Lequia of 417 South 12th street, and Lawrence McCarthy of Rockford, 111. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. McCarthy of 208 Willard avenue, Rockford. The vows were spoken before Father Clifford Nadeau at a 9 o’clock nuptial high mass. Miss Bernadette Cossette directed St. Ann’s choir in the music of the mass and Miss Mary Ellen Servant sang Schubert’s “Ave Marie” at the offertory. The traditional bridal marches were played by Miss Cossette. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin, styled with drop shoulder yoke of net outlined by three soft folds of the material, long tapering sleeves and a three-tiered bustle back skirt with a long train. Her fingertip veil was caught to a crown of seed pearls. She carried a bridal bouquet of pink roses and white snapdragons. Bridal Aides Preceeding her to the altar were Rose Mary Lequia, maid of honor, and Marlyn Lequia and Dorothy McCarthy who were bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore nile green silk rayon with a net over skirt and bolero jacket and the bridal aides were in blue and pale pink chiffon. All three wore matching flowers in their hair, and long gloves and they carried bouquets of white carnations and pink snapdragons. Mrs. Lequia attended her daughter’s wedding in a gown of dusty rose rayon crepe with which she wore blue accessories and pink and white snapdragon corsage. Mrs. McCarthy wore a navy ensemble with pink accessories and a like shoulder bouquet. Richard McCarthy served as best man for his brother and Kenneth Lequia and Kenneth Korff were groomsmen. Ushering the guests to their pews were Paul Lequia and Joseph Lequia, jr. The wedding breakfast for 30 guests was served in the Rainbow Room of Bells Restaurant Centering the bridal table was the four-tiered wedding cake and snapdragons of pink and white and matching tapers completed the appointments. A reception for 100 guests with floral decorations in the same color theme is being held at the bride’s home. Home In Rockford The newlyweds following a wedding trip to an unannounced destination will live in Rockford. The bride, a graduate of St. Ann’s parochial school and Escanaba senior high school completed her nurses’ training at St. Anthony’s hospital in Rockford and is a member of the hospital staff. Mr. McCarthy who is employed in the Forestry Division of the Central Electric and Gas Co., received his education at St. Patrick’s school and West High school in Rockford. Guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. McCarthy, Rockford; Mrs. Napoleon Pepin, of Ishpeming, grandmother of the bride; Frances Nagles, Richard McCarthy, Kenneth Kroff, Dorothy McCarthy, Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peronto and son, Walter, Ishpeming and Mrs. David Doig and son, David, of Negaunee. To make extra-pretty slices of cucumbers for a salad, peel the cucumber then run the sharp tines of a fork lengthwise down the vegetable. Slice as thin as possible —each slice will have an attractive scalloped edge. Never run a vacuum cleaner with one hand while removing a metal lamp out of the way with Annual Dance Revue Slated For May 24-25 The annual dance revue sponsored by the city recreation department will be given in William W. Oliver auditorium on May 24 and 25, Mrs. Jeannette LeCaptain, director said today. Over 350 children will participate in the show which features ballet, tap and other dance routines. Mothers are asked to get materials immediately for the children’s costumes. Sample patterns of the costumes are on display at the recreation center, and any mother may call in the afternoon, before 5 p. m., to cut her pattern from it. Mrs. LeCaptain has asked for volunteers to help with costuming, make-up, ushering, tickets and other activities connected with the dance show. The first dress rehearsal is scheduled for May 21. (Mother’s Day Is May 8th) AMUNDSEN & PEARSON Jewelers — 1123 Lud. St. Walter G. Pearson, Prop. i , ' -----s-—c----- L ' * , ' ' « g,-. * .« , ■. i Vo J ¡V . V ' * mr':04f w:. « ¡SJÍ*# > ,> HP > & ù : w WrV jy&x j. % t

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 30 Apr 1949, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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