Barbati Reginelli Wedding announcement 1976
Miss Reginelli becomes bride Photo by Car I Bain Mr. and Mrs. Tharp Tharp-Glines exchange vows St. Joseph's Catholic Church was the selling at 2 p.m. Jan. 3 for the marriage of Barbara Ann Glines and Anthony Tharp. Mr. and Mrs. Dick G. Glines and Mr. and Mrs. Woodie L. Tharp, all of Greenville, are parents cf the bride and groom. Acolytes were Bobby Hipps and Bridesmaids were Mary Ellen Glines, sister of the bride, Jackie Mensi, Debra Robertson and Margaret Morris, all of Greenville,.and Suann Bennett of Shaw, sister of the groom. The attendants wore gowns of m a g e n t a Q u i a n a styled w i t h V-necklines and long tapered sleeves. They carried tree pink bridal roses lied with magenta satin streamers. SHAW-Angela Marie Reginelli of Shaw became the bride of Monty Barbati of Cleveland in a candelight ceremony performed at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church on Dec. 28 at 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reginelli of Shaw and Mrs. and Mrs. Mario Barbati ot Cleveland. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. James O'Riodan, and Rev. John Leonard. Acolytes were Dennis Reginelli and John HegineUi. Music was provided by Mrs. C.P. Parker of Shaw and James Robinson of Skene organists, and soloist, Jimmy Crocker, of Cleveland. Altar decorations were poinsettias, and fern with candelabra holding while tapers. The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of a white peau d'ange satin. 'Hie high necked bodice was fashioned of Venice flower lace and Victorian sleeves. An accordian plealed ruffle bordered the skirt. She wore a matching fingertip veil of illusion, attached to a fitted half-circle bandeau. 'Her flowers were of varigated carnations with pink daisies in a cascade design. Maid of honor was Ann Bassi of Leland. Bridesmaids were Charlotte Cascio of Leland, Phyllis Signa of Greenville, Mrs. Mike Reginelli of Shaw and Mrs. Johnny Hood of Starkville. They wore cranberry colored satin dresses featuring a V-necklines outlined with beige ruffled lace centered with pearls. Matching ruffled lace accented [he long flared sleeves. Their hair pieces of flowers matched their bouquets. Melanie Whitten of Cleveland the groom's niece, was flower girl. Her Teenettes' show Sunday gown matched the honor attendants, and featured a round neckline. She carried pink carnation petals in a basket. Ring bearer was Floyd F. Whitten, Jr. ot Cleveland, the groom's cousin. Best man was the groom's father. Groomsmen were Victor Aguzzi, Ronnie Aguzzi, Albert Rocconi Jr. and Michael Rizzo, all of Cleveland. Mrs. Reginelli, mother of the bride, chose a sleeveless pink crepe dress fashioned in an empire style. She a matching long sleeved jacket and lavender orchid corsage. The groom's mother wore an aqua blue dress of knit with long sleeves. She wore an orchid corsage. A reception was held in the Parish hall immediately following the ceremony. A red and green theme was carried out in decorations in the hall. The bride's table was overlaid with a Army-Navy cloth and held the four tiered cake which was flanked with silver candelabra and compotes. Punch was served from silver bowls and coffee was served from a silver service. The groom's table was overlaid a beige knit cloth trimmed with lace. The chocolate cake was flanked with brass candle sticks and green tapers. Rice girls were Carolyn Reginelli Shaw and Amy Fulton of West Memphis, Ark. For a wedding trip the bride gray pants suit and her mother's corsage. The couple is at home at 501 University street in Cleveland. Out of town guests attended from Shelby, Leland, Greenville, West Memphis, Ark. Shreveporl, La., and New Orleans, La., On the eve of the wedding the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. entertained with a buffet supper at Parish HaII in Shaw. Miss Reginelli wore a two piece ensemble of blue linen.