Clipped From The Paris News
Quinn-Antoine Vo\ys Are Read in Deport Paris News Service DEPORT — The marriage of Mrs. Virginia Antoine of Deport and Frederick T. Quinn of San Antonio was solemnized Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's father. John Antoine, here. The Rev. Joe Everheart, pastor of the Presbyterian church, performed the informal, single ring ceremony. The bride wore a navy blue silk shantung dress with three-quarter length sleeves and a .rhinestone pin trim at the neckline. Her accessories were navy and white and her flowers were white ca- .mellias. • Her daughter, Miss Belinda Antoine, wa» her only attendant. She wore a .navy suit with red blouse' and white trimming, .a red and white hat, and other accessories of white. Her corsage was-white camellias. ,.,'..' . . . : '.-. A reception' was.'• held after- :the ceremony. Bridal wreath decorated the. house and formed the. centerpiece for the* bride's table, which was laid with a white linen cloth. The flowers were placed in a crystal bow! on a reflector. The two-tiered wedding cake, Iced in blue and.plnk.twas cut and served by the bride andjgrporn. After a wedding trip to Monterrey, Mexico, the couple will be it home in Deport. For traveling, the bride chose a brown gabardine suit with brown and Awhile accessories; Mrs. Quinn is a graduate of Deport schools. Texas State College' for Women, Denton, and a Dallas business college.' .< <. Out of town guests for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde AntoiiM 'of Paris.