The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on December 31, 1972 · Page 15
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Brownsville, Texas
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Sunday, December 31, 1972
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.White Yahn-Wedding Ceremony _-^_ ,,-.- vmfttmtiAbt UMM«t the bridesmaid*. She ·bo carried a white chrytan- tr iuin b;uquet- Tlif bridegroom's attendant! were'; Beitman, Mark Yahn, sr of the groom, Robert White, Milton J. White Jr. of the bride, Jeff Tommy Ewing and Walter A. Pawkett. The Wfc ls * graduate of Brownsville High School and is now attending Tens Southmost the'Lower Valley Cotillion dub living -"in ·sided in of youth on the dioscesean board. The" bridegroom attended the University of Miami and has resided in Brownsville for two years. Prior to Brownsville lie resi Puerto Rico. The reception was held at the home o[ ; :the. bride at 14J Mulberry Lsht^The cake tabl was set- *ith a cutworl Phillipino, cloth of her grand mother's and skirted with white organdy. The cake was four tiwed and decorated with dainty red ..sugar poinsettias The i! bride's book table held ·mall red and white center piece, the colors carriei throughout the house am covered patio. The refreshment table was covered with a white cutwork cloth: Tan silver candelabra held,graceful white tapers. The table was skirted in white organdy. On the buffet i another lovely arrangement o red carnations. In UK living room the white docked' Christmas tree wa decofated with white feathered Bowj and red bowi with nun dndi of clear tiny lights. Other Afrtngeinentft were of rei poinwttiis and red anthers. Th refreshment table on the covered patio was centered wit! · ptuncttit arrangement with Brazilian pepper*. Receiving guette with the Ik* krtfc't Th* brUt'i · her 0* «wt · (ilk town dramatically styled with princes* lines with a rope of (old and white brilliance. Her accessories were designed W Dew, match. She wore a short kid gloves and a CymbMium orchid corufe. The groom's mother wore a floor length gown in dark green with straight line* and a high neckline. Her corsage was a cymbidium orchid. In the houseparty serving coffee was Mrs. Hal Roberts, Collefe and was a member of Mrs. M.L. Dew, Mrs. William entertained L. Long, Mn. Buster Stevenson, nd tart president of the Serak* Mrs. Van Dorn Wedtgtrtner, Club and was a representative ' " " I MT STEAM 1 I; CMMTeUUMMl CARPETS DWITY? ITEAI a*. Not and Mrs. Walter Westerkom: Serving punch was Mrs. William Reed, Mrs. Richard Fernandez, Mrs. Maurice Tipton Jr., Mrs. Dale Harrison, Mrs. Kathaleen i Cuttis and Mr:. Lester Buck." ' Serving the bridescake was Iff.. .Fount Ray, Mrs. Lee y;irks, Mrs. Frank Yturria, «rs. Herschel Rogers, Mrs. ftbbert Velten,' and Mrs. Lynn McBride. Serving the grooms cake was Mrs. Barry Putegnat, Mrs. George Putegnat. Mrs. William E. Lynd, Mrs. C.J. Martin, Mrs. William Hatcher, and Mrs. Jack Wiech. Others in the houseparty were Mrs. Alex Giese and Mrs. T o m m y . Carruth receiving ;uests at the door and assisting throughout the house and patio were Mrs? Fred Pilgrim, Mrs. Bill Haubolt, Mrs. J. Rufus itewart, Mrs. Henry Fruhling, Mrs. Lee Winans, Mrs. James Brittaiji, Mrs. Robert Richardson, Mrs. Marve Steadman, Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mrs. E. Wayne Wilson, Mrs. Bynum Works, Mrs. Jack McNair, Mrs. E.W. Grider, Miss Debbie Schwartz, and Mrs. Mike Puteg- nat. Mrs. Lee Roy Schwartz and Mn- H.E. MeNair were in charge of the house party. Rice girls were Suzie Cammack of Mexico City, Miss Alice 3arruth, Miss Ann Duffey, and Miss Laurie Bridger. Others assisting in the' houseparty were Mrs., Jack-.Wilson, Mrs. Louis Schuler, Mrif. 'Robert Richardson, Mrs. Fred Wagner, Mrs. Ordell Roberson, Mrs. C.M. Scroggins of Victoria, Mrs. R.L. Scroggins, Mrs. H.L. Thomas Mrs. Peggy McCormick, Mrs Flick Darrah, Mrs. Elmore C a m m a c k , Mrs. Carmela Celaya and Mrs. Judy Yahn. Attending the bridesbook were Dalene Woolridge, Miss Myra C a r r u t h , Miss Margare Stewart, Miss' Valarie Velten Miss Kim'Tipton, Miss Jane Stevenson, Miss June Steadman and Miss Kathy Steadman. The bride was honored in August with a patio supper party given by the -Rev. am M r s. ; · J-. · Rufus Stewart Margaret: and John Stewart. On October 7 Mrs. Jack McNair and Mrs. H.E; McNair honored ' the bride · with brunch.' :: . . . On October 19, a linen shower hosted by Mrs. Jack Wiech in her "home. Mrs. William Lynd and Mrs: L. William Long. A top of the table shower was ffhvh hv Mr* Barrv P 1 for the CUSTOM MADE WEDDING PRESSES · HEAD PIECES , · BOUQUETS A · GLOVES ""·' · WOKS · INVITATIONS · And Much Mer« ALSO: Dresses and Formals for All Occasions WNOf FASHIONS 1107 E. Washington 542-8561 M, Mn. Mr.. RL Me- C « r » i e k wMrUiMd »itk aherry party IB the home lir«. llcCornkk. On October », Hit. tt.L. Mrs. C.J. Hartia', Mrs. Kathleen Cwrtis and Mn. Henry Fruhiing entctaJMd with unclMM it the Iitenwtlnal 3ouatry Club. On Nowmber 2, Mrs. C. Fount Ray and Mrs. · Letter Buck entertained with a therry party, On November t, tin. Lee Works and Mrs. Bynum Works with a luncheon it the Valley International Country Club. On November 11, Mrs/Walter Cesterkom, Mrs. Le Roy ichwartz and Mrs. Robert Richardson honored the bride with a sherry ; party in the Richardson home. On November' 16, Mr. snd Urs. Hal Roberts emertainec the couple at a supper party at the Drive Inn in Matamoros. On November 24, Mrs. Marvin W. Steadman and her two daughters, June and Kathj ntertained with a kitchen shower. On November 25, Mrs, Maurice Tipton Jr., Miss Kim Tipton, Mrs. Buster Stevenson Miss Janet Stevenson, Mrs Robert Velton and Miss Valerie Velton entertained with a tea in the Tipton home. On November 25, In the home of Mrs. George Putegnat, Mrs ?red Pilgrim, Mrs. Van Dorn Wedegartner, Mrs'i E. Wayne Wilson and Mrs. Putegnat en tertaiited with a cocktail part; and pantry shower honoring the couple. On December 14, Mrs. Fank D. Yturria.aiid Mrs. William W. Reed entertained the bride with an egg-nog and recipe party in the Yturria home. On December 22, Mrs Tommy T. Carruth and Miss Alice Carruth, one of the rice prls, entertained with a rice bag'parry. On December 27, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Scroggins of Victoria and Mr. and Mrs. Albert White of Westaco, aunts and uncles of the bride atid Mr. and Mrs J.K. Wilson hosted the rehearsa dinner. On December 28, Mrs William Hauboldt, Miss Terrye Lee Hauboldt, Mrs. Lee Winan and Miss Carolee Winans en tertained with a luncheon fo the bridesmaids and out cf tp'vn guests. Out of town guests were Mr and Mrs. C.M. Scroggins Victoria, Mr. and Mrs. R.L Scroggins and Mark of San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs William E. Hatcher and Mr Jimmy Hatcher of San Antonio Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Whit Jr. and Miss Kimberly Whit of Las Vegas, Nevada, Mr. an Mrs. .Elmore Cammack an Miss Susie Cammack of Mexic City, Dr. and Mrs. R.T. Carro of El Cerrito,- California. Mis Suzie Carroll of Edinburg, Mr and : Mrs.' Willard' W.: White Tncino, California, and Mr. an Mrs. Albert White of Weslaco. For going away, the brid chose a plum colored pant su with an Eisenhower jacket an matching accessories wearing white Cattleya orchid corsage After a brief.' honeymoon, the bride and groom will reside in Brownsville. : Vo.Uiggio.WomL. MRS. MARK McSHANE Was Miss Laurie O'Leary O'Leary-McShane Vows Said Weteter College; an M.A. degree Irwn St. Mary'»| University in guidance Md counselling. She is director of student activities at Texas Soutmnost CoKege. The bridegroom is a graduate of Alice High School, attended Texas AI University and is manager of the telephone company in Brownsville. The couple are spending their honeymoon in New Orleans and New Mexico and will reside at the Ancira Apartments. The ride wore a going away costume ol white double-knit »nt suit with beige trimming- Prenuplial events included an engagement party at the home of the bride's parents, Nov. 3, a shower by Mrs. Manuel Sanchez Nov. 28, a shower by Mrs. Ford Lockett, Nov. 28; a cocktail party and buffet by Mrs. James Cleary Dec. 1, a luncheon by Mrs. Anthony Carnesi, Mrs. Lewis LePeyre, Mrs. Orleans Eymard at the Sarnesi home Dec. 2, a linen shower by Mrs. John O'Brien Dec. 2, a miscellaneous shower by Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mrs. James Moore, Mrs. Jack Loff, at the Phillips home. Dec. 4, a sherry party by Mrs. Noble Hardee and Mrs. Max Marquis Dec. 9: a sherry party by Mrs^ A|ex Garcia, Dec. 14; a rice; lagging party by Mrs. N.A.j irardee; a sherry party by Mrs.! Sam Merrill and Mrs. Bruno | Peraglie at the Peraglie home 1 Dec. 22 and a luncheon for the bridesmaids by Mrs. Moises Carrasco Dec. 27 at the Country Club. TO MARRY SOON.--Estela Escamilla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose M. Escamilla of 1654 Arthur, . plans to be married at 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5 at . Our Lady of Guadalupe Church to Angel Gomez, son of Mrs. Herlmda Medellin of 2444 Goodwin. A nuptial mass double-ring ceremony celebrated in the chapel of St. Mary's, Brownsville, December 23, united Miss L,aurie O'Leary and Mark McShane. Laurie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Paul O'Leary of Brownsville and Mark is the son of Mr.- and Mrs. Kenneth McShane of Hayward, Wis. Father Doherty of St. Mary: led the couple in the exchange of vows. .The ceremony was performed before an altar decorated with baskets of while carnations and mums. The Bride wore an emp:re style gown of Spanish origin trimmed with eyelet lace and fashioned with leg-of-mutton sleeves. She carried a nosegay of white carnations, sweetheart roses and babies'-breath. Miss Romelle Iverson of McGregor, Minn, was maid ol honor. She wore a cranberry brocade gown and carried nosegay fashioned after the bride's. Jeff O'Leary of Durango, Colo, brother of the bride, was the bridegroom's attendant. The newly married couple were honored at a reception at the home of the bride's parents at the Valley International Country Club, Brownsville. After Padre their wedding trip to reside in Duluth, where Island, the couple will groom attends U.M.D. the Police Wives Have Meet The Brownsville Police Wives Auxiliary held their monthly meeting Dec. 29 at the Women's Center with 15 members present for their first Christmas party. Mrs. Olivia G. Vega, reporter, said the organization welcomes the wife of any T.M.P.A to join in the meetings which are held the third Wednesday of every month. The next one will be 'Jan. 17 in the Women's Center. HOME HINTS By United Press International (expert for instruction. Usually . Textile chemists say clothes]the curator of the local art cleaned in a coin-operated dry i museum is a good source. Or cleaning place ought to be aired [someone from a local art thoroughly. Do the airing! school. outdoors or in a well-ventilated i · o°m. I Ncat's-foot oil is a leather 'conditioner. It is ambercolored A brief machine washing will| an( j comes f rom the feet of make plastic shower curtains i bovine cattle, such as cows, come clean. YOU can buy it at hardware or" paint stores. Keep plastic playing cards clean. Wipe with a damp cloth. If you have a valuable painting, dust it. For thorough cleaning, ask oil Think twice before hiring' a ' c maid who's grossly overweight. -·: She'll have .trouble stooping and -. reaching.... · - · ·.-·; Numistic Calendar T h e Valley numismatic calendar for January is as follows: Thursday, Jan. 4r-H:dalgo Coin Club, 7:SO p.m. in Chisum Rock Shop, Pharr Tues, Jan.' 4--Brownsville Coin Club, 7:30 p.m. in First National Banks Sunday, Jan.' 14--Pt. Isabel Com Club, 1:30 p.m., Chuck Wagon Cafe. Mon. Jan. 15--Harlingen Coin Club, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. Wed., Jan. 17--Willacy County Coin Club, 7:30 p.m, Dew Drop Inn. Lyford. Mon. Jan. 22-r-South Texas Error Clob, 7:30 p.m. Chisum's Rock Shop, Phahr. The looks created by top; designers quickly appear at all price levels. Imitations are plentiful. In the garment business, copycatism is accepted. feminine From Today's World VALUABLE COUPON INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY COLLEGE M W. EHabett MMM Bride-To-Be Photos Only There is a growing tendency to submit photos of eugaeed couples for publication. Our policy is that, until the wedding takes place, the photo of the r i d e g r o o m will not be mblished. When photos for purpose of i published announcement are uade they should be of the iride-to-be alone. This does not ireclude the engaged couple laving pictures made for their wn use but for publication, no. SAN JUAN LAMPS SHADES Excefente Surtld* De Finlalla* Para Lampam Pire Silk SiadM 1 1 1 W. Highway 83 Ph. ST 7-2242 San Juan, Tixai 9:30-5 Daily Saturday 10-4:00 SALE STARTS TUESDAY FALL CLEARANCE OF FINE READY TO WEAR AT UrUL of I palm village ALL FALL DRESSES FORMALS ·Vs OFF l /2 OFF LONG DRESSES and HOSTESS GOWNS- PANT SUITS 1 l /3 OFF i l /3 OFF MAGIC LADY SALE 20 %OFF OH ALL MAGIC LADY STYLES POLYESTER PANTS REGULAR AND TALL SIZES 6 · 20 REG. PRICE 16.00 $1199 11 All Sales Final-No Refunds, Exchanges Or Approvals Doors Open 9:30 Tuesday Morning : ; 'I

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