Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
of of are with high collar and Victorian sleeves. Her floor length veil was trimmed with matching lace. She carried red roses and baby's breath. Mrs. Miquel Dc La O (Mincofl Photo) Carol Fugere Weds Miguel De La O, Jr. Carol Fugere and Miguel De sha Jenerou and Sue Ann Win- La O exchanged marriage vows kel wore floor length gown* of during a six o’clock evening Victorian style featuring red ceremony on Jan. 4 in the St velvet skirts with white lace Francis de Sales Church. bodices and cameo choker at Fr. Guy Thoren, assistant the neckline. They carried pastor of St. Francis de Seles, white heart-shaped fur muf£s, officiated at the double ring made by the bride, and a single service which united the daugh- rose. ttr of Mrs. Clarence Fugere and Pe-te Villarreal was best man the late Mr. Fugere, Rte. 1, and for the bridegroom Groomsmen the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. were Rodney Fugere, Michael Miguel De La O Sr., Racine Wis. Klarich and Eugene Winkel. Floor Length Veil Seating the guests were Terry Given in marriage by her Selling and Michael Hyland. mother and uncle, Donald Polyester Crepe Dress Fugere, the bride chose a floor Mrs. Fugere attended her length gown of Angelskin peau daughter’s wedding in a blue de sorie and reembroidered lace polyester crepe dress of A-line styled m a demi-bell silhouette styling with silver trim and ac- cessories. Her corsage was of red roses. The couple accepted congrat- ulations during a reception at ________ the Knights of Columbus Hall. Maid of honor Irene Fugere, They left later for a wedding the bride’s sister and brides- trip to an undisclosed location ^ maids Angela Villarreal, Mar- and will make their home on pte j I Registered Nurse The new Mrs. De La O is a 1067 graduate of Manistique I . ■ ■ • i„. , c u i j m ' n Lake and F a ? ; II UUMilUIIU, riu. juateof the Holy Family School Mrs. Myrtle Mahar. 80, ol Nurarn*. alie is employed u n,other of Mrs. Gerald (Helen) register^ nurse at the School- Hase, 621 Cherry St., died Jan. 9 at the Lakeland General Hospital, Lakeland, Fla. where she had been a patient for a short time. Mrs. Mahar was a Newberry resident but had spent the winter has 1971 last is for in out i the ! of Mrs. Mahar Dies craft Memorial Hospital. Her husband, a sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps, is presently at- tending school for security guards in Washington. D.C. He is an eight year veteran of the Marine Corps.