Taos 1964 Mauro wedding

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Taos 1964 Mauro wedding - Around Mrs. Marlon Estergreen drove to...
Around Mrs. Marlon Estergreen drove to Albuquerque to bring back her young granddaughter, Sheryl Johnson, for the Christmas holidays. The Charles Fosters returned recently from a trip to Phoenix, Ariz. The John McCartys, Dallas, sent a lovely color photograph of their family group on a Christmas card. Mrs. McCarty, the former Mrs. Jacque Quinn is pictured with her son, Mark, and Mr. McCarty and his two sons, Chris and Steve. Christmas greetings home at Newark, Ohio, Lee Farran, writes that Sending from his in Miss Mauro And Mr. Conrad Marry an d their children, and Mr. . Mrs. Frank Mauro, Jr., of Wal- In Double Ring Church Ceremony jsenburg, and their daughter, Mrs. Walter Duane Conrad (Shaffer's Studios pho») he is feeling much better after a "dismal year and endless hospitalization." Miss Eleanor Bender of Albany, N.Y., who lived in Taos the 1930's while studying with Emil Bisttram and who has visited here on occasions In a double ring ceremony at the First Baptist Church, December 20, Miss Phyllis Mauro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Mauro of Ojo Caliente, became the bride of Walter Duane Conrad, son of Mrs. Dorothy Conrad of Albuquerque, and Verne Conrad of Taos. Seven branched candelabras bearing lighted tapers were used at the chancel. The Rev. David Matkins, pastor of the First Methodist Church, was officiant. Mrs. Louise Dickens of Albuquerque, was organist, and vocalist was George Mauro, of Ojo Caliente, the bride's uncle. ! Amon g tne man y out of town Mr. Mauro gave his daughter j wedding guests were the bride's Randce; Mrs. Clarissa Pischel cake was crested with bride and • Smith of Gallll P. aullts of t h e groom figurines. Scarlet poinset- 1 bride. tias and evergreen sprays highlighted table decor. For a wedding trip the bride wore a white wool suit with gold ' accents and gold hat. Mrs. Conrad is a graduate of[ New Mexico State University: with a Bachelor of Science de-j gree in education. Mr. Conrad! is majoring in accounting at the 1 in marraige. She wore a gown of champagne sculptured lace maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Posphala, Boulder, entered brocade the bodice of which c °'°-: he r paternal grandmoth- was designed with sweetheart! er Mrs. Frank Mauro, Walsen- neckline and fingertip sleeves, burg, Colo.; the bride's uncles The belled skirt, styled with and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Bill carriage back, terminated in ajfosphala. of_Westcliff, Colo., chapel train. The bride's bouffant veil was attached to a pearl for a holiday LYDIA'S Beauty South Santa Fe Road roses was carried with a bible. Mrs. Bob Hine, Los Alamos, was matron of honor, attired ta| an emerald green gown featuring a velvet bodice and faille, straight-line skirt. She wore a gold hat and carried a white muff. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Larry Paradee of Albuquerque, Mrs. Ernie Suazo, of El Paso, sister, of the bridegroom, and Miss Martha Ellen Kennon of Taos, also were dressed in floor length gowns of emerald green velvet and faillei wjth ma tchlng hats gloves, and they carried THE the Epis- ^V^'. mes' Ernl-Suu- ™J£££ a.m/ the bridegroom and "^^ | ^ f vf°h °rt & n ' Ron Mau- will ro , Espanola, and Mike Mauro, COUNTRY B.ojo Caliente. Mrs. Mauro, mother of the! bride, wore a blue metallic] t the me ^ ch ghe WQre black acce ssor- Both had corsages of red ^ J A reception for 175 guests minis- " ""^^^ HURRY IN Skirts Taper Pants Stretch Pants Nylon Values to $12

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  1. The Taos News,
  2. 31 Dec 1964, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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