The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 24, 1978 · Page 33
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 33

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Ill Corpus Christi Hall-Hatridge Nuptials Susan Delaine Hall and John Irvin Hatridge exchanged wedding vows Saturday in the Church of the Good Shepherd in Corpus Christi. Parents of the couple, both residents of Galveston, are Mr. and Mrs. Loren O. Hall of Corpus Christi and Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Hatridge of Corpus Christi. MRS. JOHN IRVIN HATRIDGE The Former Susan Delaine Hall Rental Service Goes To Extreme NEW YORK (NEA) - Bonnie Schachter doesn't audition or screen her chickens. When someone calls her company, Rent-an-Event, and says, I'd like to arrange for a chicken to show up at Harry's party next Friday, she calls a chicken place downtown and orders one. Then the chicken shows up at Harry's party — escorted — walks around the living room a little, and leaves. Harry's friend spent $30 for that which isn't bad for a good laugh and chickens are funny, Ms. Schachter says. Not turkeys, though. "We've done five chickens in the month we've been open. No turkeys." But gorillas — now you're talking funny. She averages seven gorilla calls out of 30 a week. "Men like to surprise their wives with a gorilla in the morning between 8:30 and 10," she says. "The doorbell rings and the gorilla delivers the mail or comes in wearing a hula skirt and says, 'what's for breakfast.' " The gorilla, who costs J150, is one of the 50 or so unemployed actors who prefer this kind of work to temporary typing. "Some have even found their calling with me," Ms. Schachter reports. The people who rent them from her seem to be middle- aged, she says, with a special fondness for gags. "They want to retain some of the kinkiness from their youth. This isn't a cheap service and they're willing to spring for a good joke." The Rev. Charles Dobbins performed the ceremony. Wedding music was provided by Julie Blackard, vocalist, and Harlan Laufman, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a designer gown of ivory fabric adorned with lace. The gown featured a lace collar and bodice, redingote skirt and cathedral length train trimmed with the lace. Her veil of lettuce-edged net was held by a cap of ivory satin and lace. The veil extended to cathedral length. She carried.a bouquet of ivory roses and stephanotis centered with orchids. Pamela Hall of Bryan was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lauren Hall of Bryan, Mary Hidings of Corpus Christi and Claudia Womack of Ithaca, N.Y. Gina Womack of San Angelo was the flower girl. David Hatridge of Bryan was the best man. Groomsmen were Russ Green of Edmond, Okla., David Hoffman of Galveston and Mark Probst of Houston. Ushers were Loren Hall, Paul Hatridge and Steve Hatridge of Corpus Christi and Don Middleton of Weatherford. The reception was held in the cloister garden of the church. Serving in the house party were Nancy Womack, chairman, Lisa and Amy Womack, Bobbie Sturm, Ita Logue, Judi Ervin, Mary Aigaki, Mary Gonzalez, Susie Hatridge and Harold Gold. After a wedding trip to a family summer cottage at Rio Frio, Tex., the couple will be at home in Galveston. The bride is a graduate of Del Mar College, the University of Texas and the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Allied Health Sciences. She is employed as a physician assistant in the UTMB department of obstetrics and gynecology. The bridegroom is graduate of' Texas A&M University and is a third year medical student at UTMB. His affiliations include Phi Beta Pi Fraternity and Mu Delta Fraternity. Sunday Morning, September 24, 1978 Bouclreuux-Haywood Cliil 1-D Rites In Faith Church MR. AND MRS. LEANDER S. WALKER She Is The Former Annetta Joyce Burnett Burnett-Walker Vows Exchanged The wedding of Annetta Joyce Burnett and Leander S. Walker was solemni^ed recently in the First Baptist Church of Texas City. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Burnett of Hitchcock. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Annie Christian of Miami Beach, Fla. The Rev. Ed Finley of Brenham performed the Sept. 2 candlelight ceremony. Music was provided by Kenneth Arnold, organist, and Lenell York, vocalist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a designer gown of white Qiana. The fitted bodice of the Victorian silhouette was highlighted with appliques of French lace and seed pearls. The flared skirt fell from the empire waistline and extended into a chapel train. The French lace and seed pearl trim was repeated on the long fitted sleeves and the train. She carried a bouquet of imported crystal flowers with silk orchids, sweetheart roses and silk blossoms surrounded with babysbreath and fern. Patricia A. Henry of Houston was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jacqueline Burnett of Houston, Cheryl Mims of San Antonio and Linda Grant. R. D. Jenkins of Houston served as the best man. Groomsmen were Victor Robinson of Houston and Desmond Burnett and Robert L. Burnett Jr., brothers of the bride, of Hitchcock. Serving as flower girls were Deidre R. Burnett, sister of the bride, and Keesha D. Boyd of Hitchcock. The junior bride was Jenah T. Ellison of Texas City. Fermin Davis was the ringbearer. Ushers were Jeffery L. Burnett and Derrick R. Ellison. Candlelighters were Gerladine Robertson and Dawnette V. Ellison of Texas City. A reception followed. Serving in the house party were Mrs. D. M. Carroll of Texas City, Mrs. D. Boyd and Mrs. A. James of Hitchcock, Mrs. C. Williams, Mrs. J. Johnson ofxLa and Mrs. L. Mickens of La Marque and Mrs. N. J. Roberson of Dickinson. After a wedding trip, the couple is at home in the Clear Lake area. Both are attending Texas Southern University, where she is a junior and he is a senior. Valerie Yvonne Boudreaux became the bride of Billy Wayne Haywood Saturday in the Faith United Methodist Church of Dickinson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Renel Lee Boudreaux Jr. of Dickinson, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Fannie DeWitty and Mr. Louis Haywood of Bastrop. The Rev. Thomas Wallace officiated at the candlelight ceremony and music was provided by Jo Ann Ammons and Charles Ammos, vocalists, and Margo Minard, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a designer gown fashioned in white organza and Chantilly lace, featuring a Queen Anne neckline, fitted bodice overlaid in lace, and full bishop sleeves. Falling from the empire waistline, the skirt of great fullness fell into three deep lace flounces at slipper length which encircled the bottom of the gown, extending to back fullness forming a chapel length train. The bride's veil of French illusion, edged in matching lace, was held by a lace bridal cap. The veil w r as designed especially to compliment her gown. Her bouquet was a natural look cascade of white roses with ivy streamers and babys- breath. Beverly Hatchett of Dickinson served as matron of honor and Sandra Henson of Orange served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Diana Andrew of Houston, Debra Jones of Bastrop, cousin of the bridegroom, Emma Robinson of Houston, and Vicki Sherman of Houston. Flower girls were Todemeka Boudreaux, Jamilo Boudreaux, both nieces of the bride, and LaConya Moore, cousin of the bride. Virgil Waites of Austin, cousin of the bridegroom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Carl Collins, Charles King, Willie Wheeler, and Nathaniel Bradford of Austin and Ronald Boudreaux, brother of the bride of Dickinson. Chad MRS. BILLY WAYNE HAYWOOD The Former Valerie Yvonne Boudreaux Amie of Houston served as ringbearer. Ushers were Michael Boudreaux of Dickinson, brother of the bride, and Walter Jackson Jr. of Dickinson, cousin of the bride. Candlelighter was Jerrold Boudreaux of Dickinson, nephew of the bride. The reception was held at McAdams Junior High Cafeteria in Dickinson. Serving in the houseparty were Lucille Bess. Mrs. Walter Jackson, Doris Cobbs, Ella Baldwin and Victoria Belser. The bride is a graduate of Dickinson High School and Huston Tillotson College In Austin where she received her bachelor of arts in business administration. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bastrop High School and is employed by IBM in Austin. After a wedding trip the couple will reside in Austin. Fashion and Beauty Tips Future fur-thinking When buying a fur coat, ;hink about the future. It's easier to remodel one whose pelts run vertically loan diagonally or horizontally. Red relief Use red to brighten up all ihe khaki, taupe and mushroom colored clothes for fall. Leg lengthener The shorter the jacket, the longer the legs seem to be. Pretty pin for curls It's fine to use bobby pins to anchor a curl on top of your head — just make sure it's good to look at. 40 th anni veroary oa e famous maker coordinates s 9 30 to s 1S so reg. 515 to $30 Now you can take the fall season in stride with the help of this terrific coordinate group ... choose from wine or camel solids or mix and match the parts with print, solid and stripe blouses all in beautiful polyester knit. Misses sizes. Sportswear unreal MINK SALE S 129to s 199 reg. S1SO to$250 MAGNIFICENT FRAUDS ... soft lush and plush with the look and fee! of real mink ... hard wearing and versatile so you can wear them anywhere and everywhere ... your choice of beautiful mink like shades and full length coats, jackets and % length styles ... some trimmed with real leather. Coats

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