Maria Magdalena Montalvo
Ramos-Mbntalvo MRS. RAMON RAMOS Anonymous dress : NEW YORK -- Designers have zeroed in on coats for fall but haven't made anonymous or "dumb" dresses. Every dress has independent interest and is always interestingly shaped. The streaky straight chemise, the sweater tube and the slithery bare and bias femme fatale dress, are the Tprincipal slim variations, while Â·|he tent dress, the dress with a Ivide tight midriff, and the Jjuge sheer float of the evening Â·caftan are the principal silhouettes without a waistline. 1 The basic day dress is once jrnore an important fashion -fact. So, to repeat, is the '.cocktail dress and short theater suit Miss Maria Magdalena Montalvo and Ramon Ramos were married Saturday evening in Our Lady of the Pillar Church. Parents of the couple are and Mrs. Jorge S. Montalvo, 745 Villarreal, and Mr. and Mrs. Jose G. Ramos, 2910 Mary. The bride wore a lace gown with bouffant sleeves a high neckline accented with beading. A rhinestone and crystal tiera held her illusion veil. The bride's sister Miss Guadalupe Montalvo was maid of honor. Joe Garza was best man. Bridesmaids were Miss Eva Linda Salinas, Miss Gloria Trevino, Miss Susana Sanchez, Miss Janie Reyes, Miss Paula Perez, Miss Alma Sanchez Miss Olga Vega. Other attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George Montalvo Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roel Garza, and Mrs. Oscar Acuna, Mr. Mrs. Hilberto Gomez, Mr. Â·Mrs. Jose Luis Gauna, Mr. Mrs. Ruben Ramirez, Mr. Mrs. Isidro Luis, Mr. and Felix Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Cantu, Mr. and Mrs. Fermia Trevino, Mr. and Juan Rios, Mr. and Mrs. Olmos, Miss Gloria Barrera, and Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cortez. Flower girls were the sister, Emilia J. Mantalvo, and Adela Rios. Nicolas Montalvo, brother of the was train bearer. After a reception and dance in La Fuente Hall, the couple left on a wedding trip to Flags over Texas. The bride attended West High School. The groom is graduate of Miller High School and attended Del Mar College.