Henley-Reginelli Vows are exchanged

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Henley-R eginelli vows are exchanged SHAW--A double ring ceremony on Sunday at 3 p.m. united Debra Ann Reginelli and John Dean Henley in marriage. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Armando Reginelli and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Henley all of Shaw,. Performing the ceremony was the Rev. Charles Loyacono, priest of St. Francis of Assisi Church where the wedding took place, and the Rev. Albert Breazeale, pastor of the Shaw Baptist Church. Acolytes were Paul Sella and Gary Sella of Leland. Organist was James E. Robinson of Skene. Leon Kamien of Cleveland and the bride's mother were the soloists. The altar was decorated with twin arrangements of white gladioli, pink carnations, baby's breath and leather leaf fern. Branched candelabra flanked the altar. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an Alfred Angelo original gown of embroidered organza featuring venise lace, and satin ribbon trim. She carried a cascade bouquet of feathered white carnations, centered with a white cattleya orchid. Maid of honor was the bride's cousin Betty Bernard!. Bridesmaids were Debbie Henley, sister of the groom; Jiselle Reginelli, Angela Reginelli and Mrs. Bert Mann III, all cousins of the bride and Drue Hamilton of Vicksburg, the groom's niece. They wore matching gowns of dotted swiss cinched above the wrist and ending with a lace pleated self ruffle. They carried colonial bouquets of Boston carnations, outlined in white carnations, with tulle poufs and dutsy rose satin streamers. Flower girl was Charla Gunter, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gunter of Gonzales, La., and the groom's niece. She wore a dress and head piece that matched the honor attendants. Ring bearer was Tracy Fulton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulton of West Memphis, and the bride's nephew and god-child. Best man was the groom's brother Frank Henley of Huntsville, Ala. Groomsmen were Michael Reginelli, the bride's brother and Bobby Reginelli, her cousin, both of Shaw; Mike Stevenson of Rosedale; Randy Murrell of Cleveland and Bert Mann III of Skene. Ushers were Henry Reginelli, the bride's uncle, and Jim Hamilton of Vicksburg, the groom's brother-in-law. A reception in the parish hall of the church followed the ceremony. Charlotte Cascio of Leland, cousin of the bride, presided at the guest register. The bride's table, covered with a white linen cutwork cloth was overlaid with net The side center of the table was defined satin bows and pink flowers. Flowers white gladioli, pink carnations and baby's breath with accents of leather leaf fern crystal bowl on a silver stand. Flanking were branched silver candelabra with candles. The four-tiered cake was encircled with ring of silver leaves, and accented with doves. The top of the cake held a bride and groom with two doves holding miniature double rings, and was the one used by the parents of the bride at wedding. The groom's table was covered to that of the bride, and the chocolate crowned with fruit, and encircled with lilies and yellow flowers. The chosen were placed at one side of the cake. Serving at the reception were Mrs. Cascio of Leland, Mrs. Jim Hamilton Vicksburg; Mrs. Fred Reginelli, Mrs. Henley of Huntsville, Ala.; Mrs. Paul Leland; Mrs. Tommy Byrd of Jackson; Jimmy Gunter of Gonzales, La.; Mrs. Fulton.of West Memphis; Mrs. Robert Reginelli, Mrs. Henry Reginelli, Mrs. Reginelli, Mrs. Primo Montesi, Mrs. Montesi, Mrs. Calvin Bernard!, Miss Olmi, Mrs. Mack Durastanti and Miss Laurie Prewitt. Rice girls were Nancy and Carolyn Reginelli of Shaw, daughters of Mr. and Fred Reginelli Jr. and Gay Nell Reginelli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Reginelli New Orleans. For a wedding trip to Biloxi and the Coast the bride wore an aqua blue crepe dress and the orchid from her The couple will live in Shaw. Guests attended from Huntsville, Jackson, Ganzales, La., New Orleans, West Leland and Cleveland. WIG OUTLET OF GREENVILLE GREENVILLE NEWEST Next Door lo Ben C. Penn Son Two convenient

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 02 Jun 1971, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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