The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on March 24, 1974 · Page 36
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The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas · Page 36

Brownsville, Texas
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Sunday, March 24, 1974
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PACE Z-C-TllE BROffXSYHttC HERAU-Si»iiuy, March H, 1174 Dabney-Pena Exchange Vows Marriage Ceremony Unites Nunez And Brechot \^ MUs Sandra Xora ! became the bride of Nunez The br;de was attended by parents, JuJius'Mr. and Mrs. John Barreda as Miss Margaret Lee Dabney, bouquets were of cornflower,! William Brechot, Jr., on Friday,'witnesses with Mr. and Mrs. 'Mercedes, became the bride pink carnations, blue daisies, 1 March 15Ui in a doub'e-ring ! Hichard C. Peterson, Lazo; of Aiwrto J. I'cna, of Bruv;ns- and baby's breath. iceremony at St. Joseph Catholic'MUs Jo Anna Sharp, maid of villa on Saturday, March 23rd The bridegroom was attended I Church The couple were united honor; Mrs. ftobert Newell, " " "-- -' ·*-'-··-· · · .1-,«....- . B - n , Church of Worth, with James B. Dabney,' Father Arthur Klnsella from St.jcheeo, Bible and Rosary. T* 6 f n in an afternoon ceremony at the by Oscar E. Pena ol Faith Lutheran Bcllaire. The bride is the daughter of of Denver, Colorado Jr., of Houston. Parents of the Dabney and Oscar Dabney, III, 1 ! Pi"ows, and Miss 'Laura P* Houston, and Alfredo E. Pena,' Edward's University in Austin] women wore gowns of mira- personal friend of ihejrnist with Empire waistlines and ruffled skirts. wedding members of party, and the Mrs.' Romona Barreda, grandmother of the bride. Pre-nuptlal honors for the couple Included a barbeque! February miscellaneous shower was given! bridegroom are Mi. and Mrs. of Houston and FoderJco Pena!, V M r "V a " Gustavo J. Pcna of 37 Coria. of Denver, and Gustavo Pena, m d Jf^JS*-fT'v° £ The couple was united In Jr, of Brownsville. ' KE M?Vte!L. Mr ,: Each at " nonor ·' tne b^de °" March * the br,de are Mr.'S^^n^ inj ^l^./^a^s.else/'S iple marriage by the Heverend . Following the ceremony a Gordon Spong of Our Saviour's isceptlon was held at the home Lutheran Church of Victoria, of the bride's parents. and oy Father Robert McGrath of St. Patrick's Church in Houston, (lien Dabncy, brother of the bride, was the soloist, ' " Sister Deborah Kreh- Jlouston, was the whili mcicr, of orcj.mst. D e c o r a t i o n s included the bridesmaid's bouquets and three arrangements blue daisies, other assorted Victor Fiores, '»" h^'n P TMfnes S we d re trimmd' 11 * occassion were the Almes. TM. aiuBueu o. rec i. air. aDd lh ^ !lilch ., rufflc! we tnmmed u A ,_ t a Dnkorl Wownll ,,,,, Mrs. Julius. W. Brechot, ST., of;?""' WO Billy Mitchell Blvd. are the; parents of the bridegroom. For the service the church' with ,. Vpnis? lace ' A - A - Loclui ' Bobert NewcU ""d vemse '·«· d j t h e Misses Jo f^ sharp Sanford. The rehearsal was hosted by the thi eve of pink roses, carnations, and flowers. sister of bv WilllamSch aTbeTrcan: ^room'yaren.^ jl; Basket, of spring flowers while.^ M ^ M S "*"' "° M ° ^ sar ^^i A* w* -T lj,gigladiola. wedding [bridegroom attended the Bride'si 80 ' 0 ' 5 ' For her marriage, Miss' Book while Mrs. Tony K. Ar-| as organist. Miss Zoila Garza The bridf is a graduate of Brownsville High School and of i length gown and white ac-Texas Southmost Scnool o/ cessories. Her corsage wai ol Nursing. Prior to her marriage pink sweetheart roses and silver she was employed by Browns- MRS. ALBERTO J. PENA formerly Miss Margaret, Lee Daltncy Mongrell's paella dinner. F o r several years Tiiiios Tuxedo Rental Jean d' Vere Vuere from Institute of Insight, Olympia, Washington, will conduct a 9 day class on the "I AM CONCEPT" beginning March 25th through April 2nd. 7:30 PM to 10 PM at the Unitarian Church on Paredes Line Road, Brownsville. Tuxedos for all occasions in stock 942 E. Washington St. Brownsville, Texas 546-0949 Call Ruby Wllborn 831-4356 or 5424756 Lolitas Bride Fashions Custom Made Brides' Gowns Accessories Special $75. and up Books, Bosaries, Bouquets anrl gloves 942 E. Washington St. 542-9561 Brownsville roses I'Diilincy wore a designer gownt mcn1 ariz, Miss Ann Kita Me- The bride, escorted to her; iOf ivory silk satin. The sculp-l CaS e, both of Brownsville. Miss'marriage by »ier father, wore',......,.,.. i lured todite featured a high' K a r en Krehmcicr of Victoria, ' a gown of mira-mist and French'^Jji'T. I shadow not'kline and long:" 1 " 1 Miss Hochelle Redman of late, i'he waistline was Empire ,,. a . ..' tiipcrod siucves with appliques' w h i ' l i e r . California wcre j n s tyl e and the Victorian collar:TM? of re-embroidered Alcncon I ac e.! m|lmbcrs of thc "O use P art y- was attached to a trans-!* The front of the skirt was! Gucsls wcre received by the parcn t yo k e buaded in seed! Immediately following marked with a panel detail and newl y nwrncd couple, their pcar | s and crys tals. Baby blue ceremony a reception was held oullinnd wild a bandinp O r, : parcnts, the ^matron of honor,! r j(,(j 0 n and French lace trim! a ' ' ne Palmetto Inn Shrimp . Brechot wore a rose- wit" accessories. Her corsage ' white i : trim. ville Medica! Center. The bride groom is a graduate of St. Joseph Academy and is currently a junior attending St. Edward's Univer- "jeisity, in Austin. the French lace that also edged thejand bridesmaids. hemline of the circular court- nfith train. , Her diamond heart s h a p c d i a t l u a thiffon drcss . ocl : t «u n e c k l a c e was "something^athcrcd sleeves, and a draped! ... neadl , jc borrowed'.' as it belongs to her [neckline. Her corsage was of! blossoms mother. She also wore her giftl^ue daisies, pink roses and ° from the bridegroom, a pair of! gardenias. Mrs. Pena wore gold filigree earrings. The ! ' on g cream-colored dress with bouquet she carried was of pink '°ng sleeves and pink appliqued med the waist and hem of'the|? oal - Baskets of spring flowers; For her daughter's wedding'^ ^ £££ $"}£ to'decoralcd the ar " ca " and the on South Padre Island :. F( ' r her '-- Dabney selected a long! wp ,| Hin[ , .,,,/,,, ,,,/ bride [Misses Mary Sanford and Following the reception couple spent their honeymoon roses, blue daisies, and a single carnation and gardenias. Attending the bride was Mrs. Rodman St. Clair, of St. Louis. flowers. Her corsage was the same as the one worn by Mrs, Dabney. The bride Is a graduate o: Missouri as matron of hoTiorBrownsville High School and with Miss Jeannie .laspen Southern Methodist University and Mrs. Kenneth Merlcn, both; She is a member of Gamma of Dallas, as bridesmaids. Thcit'hi Beta Sorority and presently three ladies wore long A-line'a third grade teacher gowns of green and white Weslaco. The bridegroom holds checks with an outer layer of white voile with white flocked flowers. The collars of the gowns covered halter necklines, giving the illusion of tiny cap sleeves. Tiered apple-green B.B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Texas in Austin and is presently prac ticing law in Brownsville with George J. Storter. The couple will make their wedding trip on April sixth to bows in their hair matched theJMexico" City, and upon their ribbons around their waists. The 1 return will reside in Mercedes. Paella Enjoyed By All Last Saturday, March 16lh, the:dish, traditional to their native members of the Brownsville Art^country, Spain, for the member! League, and their gueslsjas a way to increase the gathered together for what has building fund for the League, become almost an annual Along with the chicken and event; Mr. and Mrs. Bartolomo shrimp, which is served with a special rice, a tossed salad, burritos, and leche quemada ' were offered. The main studio and three of the smaller rooms at the Art League building were set with tables. The dinner began at 5:00 p.m. and the more than 100 icrsons attending were served until 7:30. Doorprizes wcre donated by 3 c t a v i a Arneson, Harriet Berwin, Bertine, and Dr. Ernest Hart, Jr. Others who helped make the event a success were the Messers. Loins Lapeyre, Noble Hardee, and Robert 'Reynolds as well as various l o c a l establishments who donated ingredients for the dinner. Poly-Cotton Blends Solids ond Prints Big Assortment of Blended Fabric All Washable "Special" WHITE Double Knii large Group Solids ond Prints Poly Blends Our Reg. Up To $1.99 Yd. JP. STEPHENS · 100% Woven polyester · Machine wash and dry · Permanent Press · Pastel - Solids - Piaids · 60" Wide Polyester White Double Knits Machine Wash and Dry Eccnomy Short Lengths Two Tones, Novelties Solids, Whites Reg. 3.99 Value Beautiful Blouse Crepe · 45" Wide · Bright solid colors · Hand Wash · Designer Lengths 3 Yards 109% Dacron Poly Puff Crepe · 45" Wide · Bold Prints · Machine Wash Dry. Yd. Non Roll Elastic \\" Wide Machine Wash Dry Cleanable 19c Yd. ^FABRIC'CENTERS Tel. 542-7720 Boca Chica Next To H.E.B. Walking to save gasoline needn't be a hardship. It takes More time but it also is one way of helping to keep oneself physically fit. a short illusion Veil I Garza took care of the guest selected a melon color doublc- iece of nailclibook. Guests were received byjknit dress with beige ac · 'the newly married couple their MSSOHCS and a corsage of yellow sweetheart roses. After i»ij ^i||| their honeymoon, the couple will be living in Austin. and crystals H, m. SOON TO MARRY--Mr. and Mrs. Estanhlao Gutierrez, of 3057 Southmost are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Obdulia. to Ramon Contreras. 'Ramon is the son of Mrs. Arcelia A. Contreras and the late Francisco Contreras of Matamoros, Tamps. The couple will be wed on March 31st in an evening service at Bella Vista Christian Church. MOM...Start a Pictorial Record of Your Child... ftsame not included) 5x7natural color portrait 6 Days Only Offer Ends Sat. March 30 No appointment necessary. Selection of noses. Limit: one special otter per family. Second child photographed individually at 880. Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years. SSt charge for each additional person in groups. the Children's Photographer PORTRAITS . PASSPORTS · COPY RESTORATION 546-9261 Open 10 Til 9 Mon. Thru Saf. r, for pennies l KGII win tj- priceless tomorrcw VWPC Has Meeting In March The members of the Valley Women's Political Caucus, in La Feria, held a meeting on March 14th with Mrs. Harry Sletner, president of the League of Women Voters of Harlingen, as juest speaker. Mrs. /Donna Edeen, secretary of the League, assisted in the presentation which summarized forthcoming Valley elections. This summary included all office vacancies, c a n d i d a t e s and precinct divisions. j Following the talk, Nivia F i s c h , VWPC chairperson, presided over a business iession. During this portion of| he meeting plans for "Meet' four Candidate Evening" with feiton Murray, Jr., were finalized. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 26th. i The group also began work onj jlans for a book and plant salej :o be held in April in the Sun! Valley Mall. j] MKS. JULIUS W. HRECHOT.JR. l/ie fnniier Miss Sandra Nora Nunez For And About Women Trade In Your Old Wig for a new wig of your choice. 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