Reginelli-Antici Wedding January 1962 The Delta Democrat-Times greenville, MS
Miss Barbara Antici Weds F.G. Reginelli In Catholic Rites SHAW -- St. Elizabeth's Catho-| lie Church in Clarksdale was the scene of the wedding of Miss Barbara Ann Antici and Fred G. Reginelli of Shaw. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Antici of Clarks dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reginelli of Shaw. Tlie Nuptial Mass was performed by the Rt. Rev, Msgr. J. T. Me Kenna before the altar decorat ed with smilax, arrangements o poinsellias and while tapers in brass candelabra. Music was provided by Mrs. Raymond Cole at Ihe organ, who accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Armando Reginelli of Shaw. Ronald and Larry Anlici, cousins of the bride served as acolytes. aul Solla Jr. of Leland neptesv of the groom was ring bearer. TONY REGINELU of New Or leans served his brother as bcs man. Groomsmen were Armand at Reginelli and Henry Reginelli o Shaw, brothers of ihe groom, and Edwin Anlici of Slirevcport .a n liiclmrd Antici of Clarksdale, bro- Ihcrs of the bride. Ushers were Robert Reginelli of Shaw, brother of the groom, anil Louis Barbicri of Clarksdale, cousin of the bride. W. a THE DRIDE, given in marriage by her father, wore an imported re-embroidered Alencon lace gown studded with seed pearls and ori ental sequins. The dress was designed with a scalloped Sabrina neckline and fitted bodice w i t h long sleeves ending in lily points at the wrists. The lace skirt was combined with banquet taffeta and extended into a chapel (rain. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion! fell from a |earl tiara. She car- 1 For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Antici wore a Dior blue sec dress with matching acces-l sories. Mrs. Reginelli was also ;o\vncd in blue. Both mothers wore orchid corsages. t * * FOLLOWING the ceremony the parents of the bride entertained with a reception at the Knights ol Columbus Hall, which was decorated wilh smilax, poinsettias, garlands of spruce roping. The bride's tnhle, draped with white salin topped with maline was [ered with the tiered weddini cake which was encircled with .smilax studded with baby's I breath, and pom pon chrysanthemums. The arrangement w a s flanked with silver candelabra. Cola bot- from t h e well as cups; ricd a white prayer book topped by a white orchid and lilies of ihe Her only ornament was a single Eggs.Utrand of pearls, a gift of Ihe Food I groom. -Miss Jo Ann Furini and Mrs. W. Assisting in serving were Mrs oo Marinclli; Mrs. Paul Sclla; rlrs. Tony Antici; Miss Sina voleti; Miss Carrie Mae Sabbati-j ni: Mrs. Joe La Vene; Mrs. 'rancis; Mrs. Mike Antici: Mrs. Robert Grattafion; Mrs. T o Morris; Mrs. Ed Spraggins; land, both sisters of the groom and Miss Dorothy Anlici of Clarks Idalc, cousin of the bride. Lee Cuicchi; Mrs. Henry Reginelli; Mrs. Vito Durastanti: and John Battistoni. Mrs. Edwin ci was in charge of the bride's register. For travelling the bride wore blue wool suit, trimmed with a matching feathered hat and black accessories. The couple is The attendants wore red velvc-N "O" 16 in shaw whcre the ' teen frocks fashioned with scoop 8 room IS engaged in farming. ecklines, threo quarter length leeves and flared skirls adorned shirring and cording. They two a n y vore matching red velvet pillbox hats, with circular, veils, and car- _ Brushed acetate-nylon tricot embossed patterns is a new ing for the robe trade. ried clusters of white chrysanthc- tied delivc tha mums with silver foliage, wilh while satin ribbons. j Elizabeth Smith of Stovall, tbe | bride's cousin, was flower girl, and wore a dress identical with those worn by the bridesmaids. DRESS ON CREDIT Family Aparel KAYBEE STORE 233 Washington Ave.