The Tustin News from Tustin, California on September 5, 1985 · Page 11
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THE TUSTIN NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1985, A-11 NEW TYPEWRITERS Hershey Business Products, Inc. of Santa Ana was awarded a contract for 38 memory typewriters in the amount of $30,559.80 by Saddleback College Community District board of trustees Monday night. Jaqui Mower and George Dulebohn Marry Here On June 29, Jaqui Mower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mower of Sandy, Utah, and George Michael Dulebohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Dulebohn of Tustin area exchanged THE BUTTON DOX Alterations TAILORING & DRESSMAKING For Men & Women BUTTONS SEWING NOTIONS CUSTOM BUTTON HOLES wedding vows. Father Brian officiated at the 2:30 p.m. double ring rite at Holy Family Cathedral, Orange. Given in Marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown trimmed with satin appliques. Jill Mower West was matron of honor, and the bridesmaids were An-nemarie Dulebohn, Darla Capps, Randy Davis and Mary Moses. They wore pink dresses and baby's breath in their hair. The bride and groom are both graduates of Foothill High and Santa Ana College. Following a honeymoon to Prince Edward Island, Canada and Cape Cod, the couple are making their home in Santa Ana. REWEAVING COVERED BUTTONS CUSTOM PILLOWS 12932 Newport Ave. (Red Hill Shopping Center) 9:30-5:30 p.m. Mon. thru Frl. 9:30-4:00 p.m. Sat. BELTS & BUCKLES 032-5916 FISH BOWL DRAWING ! y. .--71 ( MR AND MRS. RICHARD REYNOLDS Photo by Eric Simonson Photography Wendy Cook and Richard Reynolds Wed in 4 p.m. Rite Wendy Sue Cook, daughter of Col. (USMC) and Mrs. Milton M. Cook Jr. of Tustin area, became the bride of Richard Kent Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Reynolds of West Covina, July 13. George Woods performed the 4 p.m. ceremony on the patio of Casa Romantica, San Clemente. The view overlooked the ocean under a flowered arch decorated with gladiola, miniature pink carnations, baby's breath and green ivy. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white organza with short beaded sleeves and alencon lace. Her finger tip veil was seeded with pearls, and she carried four white gardenias, white den-drobriums and pink sweetheart roses. Janet Lee Cook, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaid was Kris ten Fisher. They wore tea length strawberry chiffon dresses and net headpieces of the same color and seeded with pearls. Their flowers were one gardenia, white alstromeria and pink miniature carnations. Robert Smith was best man, and the usher was James Hunter Ross III. A classical guitarist provided the music. The mother of the bride wore a pink lace dress, the groom's mother, a beige silk. Their flowers were a phaleonopsis orchid with pink roses. Following the ceremony, a buffet supper for 150 was served, and music was provided by a three-piece ensemble. Mrs. Howard Purser, sister of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. The new Mrs. Reynolds is a 1976 graduate of Foothill High. The bride and groom both graduated from San Diego State University. Following a honeymoon in Hawaii, the couple are making their home in Napa Valley. r ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Stan Janiec of Tustin have announced the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Lynn Alexander, to Paul Edward Borah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Borah of Pueblo, Colo. The bride-elect, a graduate of Tustin High School, attends Cal State University, Fullerton. Lance Cpl. Borah is stationed at MCAS (H) Tustin. The couple are planning a Nov. 24 wedding at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Photo by Gary Gabler mm pgmom E.T. DC1077 SUPPLV LARGEST SELECTION OF BEAUTY SUPPLIES AT THE LOWEST PRICES E.T. a AIL SALOU Acrylics New Set 25 Silk Wraps .' 20 Linen Wraps 20 E.T. DEAUTY SALOU Has: Nexus Sebastian Redken Tri Joico & more. SPACES FOR RENT Manicurist Hair Stylist Call 731-1312 731-0337 LS Mon.-Sat. 9:30-6:30 17295 17th Street at Yorba (Miller's Outpost Center) Tustin MRS. GEORGE DULEBOHN 3F "V DRAW YOUR OWN DISCOUNT 10-40 OFF COUPON THRU 9-14-85 YARNS Bernat Penguion Unger Barroco Phildar Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Knitting Classes Now Forming. The Village KNIT SHOP In Jamestown Village 546 El Camino Real, Tustin 544-3593 'XT MRS. HERBERT McMASTER Kathleen Trotter Is Bride of Lt. Herbert Mc Master July 27 was the wedding date of Miss Kathleen Anne Trotter, daughter of Justice and Mrs. John K. Trotter of Tustin area, and Lt. Herbert Raymond Mc Master Jr., son of Col. and Mrs. Herbert R. McMaster of Philadelphia. Father Michael Harris co-celebrated the 10:30 a.m. double ring Mass with Father Thomas Mclntyre CM. and Father Eugene Hayes O. Praem. at St. Cecelia Church. The sancturary was decorated with ficus trees, palms and ferns accented with white bouquets. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a traditional white gown of organza and alencon lace designed by Paula Varsalona. The bodice was fashioned of lace with puffed organza sleeves and silk flowers. The skirt and chapel train were organza over silk edged with matching alencon lace. Christine Trotter, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Letita McMaster, sister of the groom; Erin O'Brien; Collen O'Connor; Janis Smith; Elizabeth Trotter, sister of the bride; and Maureen Wintheiser They wore tea length gowns of white moire; the waists were tied with peach silk sashes, and they car ried bouquets of peach gerbera daisies, peach roses, freesias, baby's breath and ferns. Lt. Dag Dascher was best man, and the ushers were Michael and Kevin Trotter, brothers of the bride; Lt. Walter Lynch; Lt. David Manning; Lt. Michael Ricardi and Ernesto Polo. Robert Mitchell was organist, and the Mitchell Boys Choir sang. Following the ceremony, a luncheon was held at Chanteclair Restaurant. Special guests were Mrs. Paul Curcio Sr., grandmother of the groom; Paul Curcio Jr., uncle of the groom; and aunts of the groom, Mrs. Daniel McCormick, Johanne Curcio and Judy Curcio, all of Philadelphia. The new Mrs. McMaster is a graduate of the University of San Diego; Lt. McMaster, of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Following a honeymoon to Northern California, the couple are making their home in Copperas Cove, Texas. Ono of Vie Top f-hvios of 1985 i 'i O 7995 Av m i W0-iti it '' 1 h I r Quality Selection Service Depth COtJBPA $ FOR VOUtlSELFl J CROSS ROADS L ROADS "Where Customers Send Their Friends" The Courtyard 14925 Holt Ave. 669-1977 Between Mervyn's & Sav-on IP 1NH.VV J VV HAIR PROFESSIONALS Men i? Women "Spoil Yourself with Us" FULL SERVICE SALON Open Monday-Saturday 9-6 1085 E. 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