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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, June 6, 1959
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Gardner^ Myers Nuptials White gladioli and pink carnations decorated the- altar of the First' Methodist Church when Donna Lee Myers and Murray Curtis Gardner exchanged wedding vows this afternoon. For the double ring ceremonies the bride wore a chapel length gown of peau de soie, styled by a basque bodice with a pearl and sequin studded neckline. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of stephanotis and white orchids. Her attendants wore organza princess dresses and carried white carnations. Mrs. H. Thomas Kincaid attended as matron of honor. Hattie Lou Kabotie of Oraibi, Ariz., and sisters of the bride, Shirley Ann and Emily Mae Myers, were the bridesmaids. H. Thomas Kincaid served as best man and ushers were John Cunningham, William Mathias and William Purdom. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston A. Myers of Albuquerque. She was grad- uated.from South. High School in Denver, and the University of Arizona, with a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology. She was a .member of Wranglers and Ramblers.. , The bridegroom, son of Mr. and. Mrs.- Henry Gardner of Brooklyn, N.Y., was graduated from high school in New York City. He attends the University of Arizona, where he is working on his doctorate in geology. He is presently an instructor of geology at.the University. The couple will travel to Mexico and California and return to Tucson in September. Kraetz- Crawford Vows Said In formal ceremonies this afternoon at the Catalina Methodist Church, Judith Joan Crawford became the bride of William Ralph Kraetz. For the double ring rites, Judith chose a floor length gown. The scalloped neckline and long sleeves were fashioned of lace. Tulte and lace formed the overskirts (A the billowy tiered skirt. She carried a white orchid with a small Bible. Th« bridegroom's sister-in- law, Mri. Robert Kraetz, attended Judith as matron of honor. Shirley Maddox, Joyce Lein and Carol Gibbons attended as bridesmaids. They wore nylon dr*«es of pastel colors, styled Tvith boat necklines. A niece of the bridegroom Karen Kraetz was flower girl and David Loy Gibson, nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer. Serving as best man was Robert Kraetz, the bridegroom's brother. Leroy Dickey and John Dickey, cousins of the bride, and Jack Meek were ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Dickey, 925 E. Ellis St. Mr. Kraetz is the son of Mrs. John Kraetz, 4443 E. Elmwood. The bride was graduated from Amphitheater High School. Mr. Kraetz. a graduate of Tucson High School, is employed by Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. The couple will take a honeymoon trip through California and Nevada. After June 14, they will be at home at 4443 E. Elmwood. Wedding Bells Ring For June Brides MRS. ERNEST ALFRED FRICK JR. . t . Joyce Annette Moore MRS. GONZALO B. URIAS . . . Dolores Elaine Wilson ·SATURDAY. JUNE 6, 1959 PAGE 35 DeConcini-Hurley Rites Read In Phoenix Tucsonian Dennis W. D^Concini claimed Susan Hurley as his bride this noon in impressive single ring rites in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Phoenix. The Most Rev. Francis J. Green, auxiliary bishop of Tucson, celebrated the formal nuptial mass. Susan, daughter of Mrs. Norman Hurley of Phoenix, was given in marriage by her brother Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Evo DeConcini, 2806 Via Rotunda, traveled to the capital city for their son's wedding. Dino DeConcini attended his brother as best man. Mrs. Michael Fitzgerald of Cookey-Townsend Rites Said In Trinity Chapel Trinity Presbyterian Chapel was the setting this morning for tha wedding ceremonies of Hacklene To.vnsend and George Cookey. The double ring rites were officiated by Dr. Glenn Magee. The bride repeated the wedding vows in a ballerina length gown of white chiffon and lace. Her elbow length veil was secured by a flat cap studded with pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Hacklene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hack Townsend of Arivaca, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cookey, 7110 Via Assisi, are the parents of the bridegroom. Hacklene was given in marriage by her father and the bridegroom's father served as best man. Mary Heckendorn attended as maid of honor in a ballerina length chiffon dress of pale yellow. Following the wedding a luncheon for the immediate family was held at the Elks Club. The couple then left on a wedding trip to Las Vegas. Mrs. Cookey was graduated from Tucson High School last night. Her husband is a graduate of Amphitheater High School and attended the University of Arizona. He is presently employed at Cookey's Union Station. The couple will be at home at 1102 E. Limberlost Dr. after June 15. -- G a i n e t of Tticion MRS. GEORGE COOKEY . . . Hacklene Townsend Phoenix was her sister's matron of honor. The bride chose a gown of pure silk organza and alencon lace styled with a chapel train. A tiny crown of pearlized orange blossoms secured her fingertip veil of hand rolled illusion. She carried white roses and wore a diamond cross belonging to her mother. Bridesmaids included her cousin Mrs. Lionel Villapando, Sandra McVay, Mary Shower, Madilyn Buntz and the bridegroom's sister Danielle DeConcini. They were gowned in white lace over maize taffeta with matching satin hats. Petite Shannon Fitzgerald, July Nuptials Slated Marjorie B. Hill will become the bride of the Rev. Newton H. White in rites planned for mid-July at Northminster Presbyterian Church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Joseph N. Basom of Ada, Ohio, and the late Dr. Basom. She attended the University of Arizona and belongs to the Pueblo Junior Woman's Club, TTT Society and Northminster Church where she is active in church school work. The Rev. Mr. White is the son of Mrs. Gardner E. White of Pulaski, Tenn., and the late Mr. White. He was graduated from Southwestern College and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He studied piano and composition at UA, the Philadelphia Conservatory and the Juilliard Graduate School of Music in New York City, and taught piano at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Eight years ago, he came to Tucson as the organizing minister of Northminster Church, niece of the bride, acted as flower girl. The bridegroom's brother David DeConcini, Derk Broekema, Robert King, William Poison, Joseph Magee and Andrea Cracchiolo, all of Tucson, seated guests. Tucsonians present for the ceremony and the reception afterward at the Phoenix Country Club also included the bridegroom's -grandmother Mrs. Ida DeConcini, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Michela and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sallo. The newiyweds will travel to Carmel and San Francisco and will be at home at 2048 E, 6th St. after June 15. Both are 1959 graduates of the University of Arizona. Mrs. DeConcini received her liberal arts degree with a major in economics and he majored in political science. The bride's sorority is Kappa Alpha Theta. Mr. DeConcini, who was commissioned a second lieutenant last month, will enter the U.S. Army in October. He belongs to Phi Delta Theta. Moore-Rosendahl Vows Said Today Edwin -Ruthven Moore III of Tucson claimed Wilda Rosendahl as his bride this afternoon in formal ceremonies at the Piedmont Community Church, Piedmont, Calif. Mr. Moore is the son of Mrs. Clokey Moore, 6025 E. San Bernardino, and Edwin R. Moore of Chicago. The bride repeated the wedding vows in a gown of Swiss organdy. The circlet neckline was bordered by applique of lily of the valley, with crystal drop centers and ice green leaves. The bell shaped skirts swept to the back to form a court train. Her organdy hat, trimmed with applique and crystals, held a veil of French illusion The bride's sister, Mrs. James Thomas Gorman, of Denver, was maid of honor. She wore a jewel green dress of gros de Londres and carried a bouquet of green Cypripedium. Michael C. Moore and William J. Moore, brothers of the bridegroom, served as honor attendants. The bride's brother-in-law James T. Gorman of Denver, and Robert McCurdy, George Howell and Harry Robert Warren, all of Tucson, were ushers. Tne bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Winfield Rosendahl of Piedmont. She attended the University of California at Berkeley and was graduated from the University of Arizona. She was a member of Phi Beta Phi at the University of California. Mr. Moore attended Colgate University, the Sorbonne, Paris, France and will graduate from the University of Arizona next year. He is affiliated with Sigma Chi. After a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas, the couple will return to Tucson to establish their home. Urias-Wilson Vows Are Repeated Today j. */ Eva Peterson Is Wed Today Two native Arizonans, Eva Ann Peterson and Malcolm D. Strickler, exchanged wedding vows at 10 this morning at St. Philip's-in-the-Hills Episcopal Church. ' . Beautiful Eva Ann is the daughter of Mr. and Baskets of white gladioli, daisies and stock decked the altar of SS. Peter and Paul Church this afternoon for the marriage of Dolores Elaine Wilson and Ens. Gonzalo B. Urias. Mr. and Mrs. Wood D. Wilson, 3255 E. Pima St.. are parents of the bride. The bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo T. Urias, reside at 2410 N. Loretta Dr. The bride chose a gown of silk organza over taffeta for the formal, double ring rites. An applique of alcncon lace outlined the portrait neckline, and her billowing skirt swept into a lace appliqued chapel train. A crown of organza and seed pearls held her elbow length silk illusion veil, She carried white roses and lilies-of-the-valley on her Bible, and wore a gold heart given to her by the bridegroom. Her attendants wore white or- pandy with yellow embroidered flowers and carried double rings of yellow roses. Jan Hollinger of La Jolla, Calif., was maid of honor. The bridegroom's sister Maria Elena Urias acted as junior bridesmaid, with Susan Drachman and Mrs. Dale Carlson of Pomona, Calif., a cousin of the bride, as bridesmaids. Ens. Urias asked his brother William Urias to be best man. James Wing, Gene Simmons, Donald Gray and Jack McGoffin seated guests. A reception followed in the Officers Club at Dnvis-Monthan Air Force Base. The bride's aunts Mrs. L. M. Platen of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. W. C. Browcr of Denver, Colo., came to Tucson for the ceremony. Ensign and Mrs. Urias will reside in Long Beach, Calif., where he is stationed with the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Cavalier. The bride, a graduate of Tucson High School, received her degree in education from the University of Arizona, where she was affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Her husband also graduated from Tucson High School and the University of Arirona. He attended t h e University of Southern California and graduated from the U. S. Naval Officers' Candidate School in Newport, R. 1. His fraternity is Delta Chi. Mrs. Thomas Hardin Peterson, 128 N. Country Club Rd. She was radiant in a go\vn of pale ivory peau de soie. Heavily ap- pliqued roses at the scalloped neckline were repeated on the skirt, giving a three-dimensional effect. The back of the skirt was pouffed in a romantic silhouette and fell into a graceful chapel train. Similar roses formed the tiny crown which held a waist-length veil of illusion. Her bouquet was fashioned of peonies, stephanotis and orchids, and she wore a single strand of seed pearls which belonged originally to her great great great grandmother. Eva Ann asked the bridegroom's sister Nancy Strickler to be maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Judith Brainard, Kathy Goldsmith, Sally Janda, Sally Roberson and Marji Seg- inski. Katcha Peterson was her sister's junior bridesmaid. AH were similarly gowned in desert beige silk organza dresses with wing spread sleeves and impressed pleated skirts. Two- tone coral chiffon cummerbunds encircled their waists and they wore matching s h o e s and gloves. Cabbage roses of the coral silk organza were fashioned into headdresses. All carried huge bouquets of coral asters. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood Strickler. Wade Road. John Sisson was best man. Seating guests were Milnor Ccokc, Peter Lagutchik, Cns Sonne, Frank Peterson and Tom Peterson Jr. .Mrs. Gertrude Strange assisted at the reception which was held at the bride's home- following the ceremony. Among the out-of-town guests were Miss Esther Bullard, the bridegroom's great aunt, of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Bastian of Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson of Marlin, Tex., and Mrs. Samuel Isserman of Summit, N. J. Following a wedding- trip to Mexico City and points south, the newlyweds will be at home at 3803 Tyler St., El Paso, Tex., where the bridegroom will be an instructor of ballistic missiles at'Ft. Bliss. He attended Marana High School, and is a graduate of Harvard College. The bride is a graduate of Tucson High School and attended the University of Arizona where she was a member of. Delta Delta Delta, Orchesis, and the UA Dancers. She was also a member of the Sunshine Climate Modeling Club, and represented Arizona at the 1958 Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D. C. Kreyris- Daacpyi Rites In formal rites this morning In St. Ambrose - Catholic Church, Ellen Jane Daacon and Stephen Martin Kreyns" exchanged wedding vows. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Daacon, 3810 E. Ellington PI., was given 'in marriage by her father. She wore a diamond pendant, a gift of the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Stephen C. Kreyns, .3918 E. Justin Lane. A draped o'verskirt of chantilly lace ending in a full chapel train detailed the bride's bouffant skirted silk .tulle gown. Her fingertip illusion veil fell, gracefully from a tiny shell cap of lace and pearls. v She carried a cascade of white carnations'. Attending her in pink organza were the maid of honor, Annette, Wissing and bridesmaids Sibyl Fry of Osage, Ark., and Patricia Ryan of St. Paul, Minn. Their bouquets were of deep pink carnations. ' · ' ' · ' · James Susa served as best man, with the bridegroom'* brother Pieter Kreyns and Jack Langmaid of Falmouth Foreside, Me., a s ushers. · · - - · · Mr. and Mrs. Kreyns will "reside at 3840 E. Lee St; when they return June 20 from a trip to LaJolla, Calif. The bride, who has been teaching at Sarah Morley Elementary School ia Douglas, graduated from St. Joseph's Academy and the University of Arizona. . :. ' . She .belongs' to Alpha Phi sorority, the Newman Club and the American Assn. of University Women. Her husband was president pf the Newman Club at Rutgers University in New 'Brunswick, N. J., and is listed in "Who's Who in American ^Colleges and Universities." He is in the mortgage-loan department of the Valley National Bank: ·'··· : Students Wedln California 'Ernest Alfred Frick Jr.... ol Tucson claimed Joyce Annette Moore as his bride''in formal,:/ double ring ' ceremonies' /last-. night in Glendale, Calif. : ..'·..-. His parents, Mr. and Mri..- E. A. Frick, 1541 E. ,10th .St.. were in Glendale to attend th«, ceremonies at the First ChurcV'. of. the Nasarene. -Mr. and-Mrs. ·. Harold M. Moore of Altadena, Calif., are parents of the bride. Mr. Moore gave his daughter in marriage. She selected a mousseline de soie gown fashioned ' with ' a scoop neckline and long sleeves of chantilly lace. The lace was . repeated on'the bouffant skirt and.in the chapel train. A cap of the lace held her."fingertip veil of French illusion. '"' The bridal bouquet was a cascade of butterfly orchids and stephanotis. , Attendants were matron .of, honor Mrs. Victor Herlacher of Pasadena and bridesmaids Darlene Olson of Salem, Ore., June Crews of San Diego, Pat Floyd of Pasadena and Arlene' Beaty , of Pomona, Calif. ·Richard Frick of Tucson served his brother as best man. Robert Frick, another brother, and James FaJk and Allan Me- -t Kinnon, all of Tucson, and Victor Herlacher of Pasadena, seated guests. Jodi · Butler of Pomona' and Mark Ellison of Arcadia, Calif., were flower girl and ,'ring bearer. Following : a wedding trip to the Grand Canyon -and other ' points in Arizona, the newlyweds will be at home at 1303 'N. Allen · Ave., Pasadena. They will continue their studies at the'Pasa- dena Nazarene College. University Students j Will Marry In August An Aug. 22nd wedding at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church is being planned by Elvia Amalia Torres and Frank C. Torres. Both the bride-elect and her fiance are students in the College of Engineering at the University of Arizona. Elyia, daughter of Mrs. Enrique Torres Jr.. 2308 E. Mabel St., and the late Mr. Torres, was graduated from Nogales High School and attended the Dominican College of San Rafael, Calif. Mr. Torres' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo R. Torres, 418 W. 41st St. He attended Tucson High School and served with the U.S. Navy for five years. They will repeat their vows at 11 a.m. of Tucson ELVIA TORRES ... Frank Torres

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