The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on February 23, 1969 · Page 60
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 60

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, February 23, 1969
Page 60
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10E Corpus Chrlstl Caller-Times, Sun.. Feb. 23, 1969 Februa McManus-Hansen Weddings Naranjo-Silva MISS INGER Hansen became the bride of Joe Lee McManus Saturday evening in Ridglea Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth. The bride is Lhe daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm B Hansen, 514 Rawleigh. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie McManus of San Angelo. The bride.wore an Empire gown of delusiered .satin with a jeweled re-embroidered lace collar. The skirt ended in a train. Her silk illusion veil was held by a band of lace. ^Miss Sally Hansen was niaic! of honor. Mrs. Joseph Edwin Lanon was her sister's matron of honor. Susan Co x of Seymour was flower girl. Jimmie McManus Jr. was his brother's best man. Richard T. McMillan of Sonora was groomsman Ushers were Michael Settles of Fort worth, Raymond Landy of Austin, Philip H Kelly of piano and Dee Finlev of Fort Worth. y A reception was held at the church. Savage'Cornett MRS. JOE MCMANUS ... was Ingcr Hasisen .a graduate of the University of Texas. 'ip to Lake 'e will Jive in of Texas. The groom is Fort Worth. Mehrens-Teives MISS JO ANN · · Cornell became the bride of Linl/m s. Savage Jr. Saturday evening in First Baptist Church in Odem. The bride i.s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hartley H. Cornell of Odem. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Union Savage Sr., 16 Country Club. . The bride wore an A-line dress of peau de soie with a bateau neckline in front din ping to a "V" at the back. Her veil of illusion was held with petals of peau de soie and lace edged in pearls. Mrs Gary w. Morrison of Odem.was matron nf honor Bridesmaids were Miss Bartosch of Orange Grove. Miss Trudy Hart and Miss Kellev Whetstone of Odem. Mike Dolan was best man. Ronnie Uhlenhaker, Jimmy Hampton and Larry Meyer were groomsmen. Charlie Havrda and Gary Uhlen'nakcr were ushers. Patricia Heath of Odem was flower girl and Scott Fesler of Odem was ring bearer. A reception at the church followed the wedding. The bride was graduated Ai)ild*Renteria \ MRS. UNTON SAVAGE - . . was Jo Ann Cornell from Odem High School and attended Bee County CnUege, The groom is a graduate of Roy Miller High School. They will live here. MISS MARY Stella Renteria and Juan Carlos Avila were married Friday evening in Holy Family Church. The bride js the daughter of Ike M. Renteria of Houston and Mrs. Robert H. Silvas, 3325 Casa Rosa. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin B. Avila, 2S38 Pre.sco?t. The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace over peau de soic. The train was of satin with lace trim. A crown of iaue petals and crystals held her illusion veil. Miss Lupita Avila was maid of honor and Mrs. Edward Mnntcz was matron of honor. Best man was Danny Torres. Other attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Andres Monies, Mr! and Mrs. Pete Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs, Issac Renteria, Miss Lucy re Los Santos, Edward Monlez and Jaimes; Garcia. Sylvia Alvarez was flower girl. A reception was held at the YMCA. The bride was graduated from W, B. Ray High School and Slevenson's Beauty College. The groom is a graduate MISS · VIRGINIA. Silva became the bride of Raymond Naranjo Friday evening in St. Joseph Church. . The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Silva, 3508 S. Naylor Circle. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hilario Naranjo, 1709 Timrod. The bride chose an Empire gown of laffela with a front panel of lace. Her train tea- lured cut-out borders of lace, A pearl and crystal crown held her veil. , ; Miss Dolores Silva was her sister's maid on honor, and Mrs, Danjel Silva was matron of honor. Steve Mendiola was best man. Other attendants were Mr, and Mrs. Augusti/i Neri.o, Mr. and Mrs. Authur Garcia, Miss Marie Naranjo, Miss Lucy Cavazos, Miss Mary Andrade, Mi-55 Angie Villagran and Rupert Garcia Jr. Lori Valde?; was flower gir! and Rupert Garcia III was ring bearer. A reception was held at American Legion Hall. : The bride and groom were graduated from Roy Miller High .School. After a wedding trip to Monterrey, they will livp here, MRS. JOHNNY.. AVILA ... was Stella Renteria of \V. B. Ray Hish School. After a wedding trip to Houston, they will live here. MRS. RAYMOND NARANJO .. : . was Virginia Silva c o 5 M e T · ' r i I "No Woman reed t»»r look 40J" C Racht! Moore, Director 453-S8T4 BEAUTY*? MISS FREDA Diane Tewes and Thomas Uc Mehrens were married .Saturday evening in \Ve.sley United Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frsd Tewcs 421S Warwick. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Jack L. Mehrens, 1005 Catali- Da. The bride's gown of satin nad an empress bodice with a round neckline accented with peau d'ange lace. Lace on the center front fashioned a redingote effect. Flounced ruffles were at her wrists. Mrs Han-en Tewes was matron of honor. Brides-maids were Miss Polly Meadows Miss Linda Jackson, and MJSS Meri Mehrens, the groom's sister. The groom's father was best man. Groomsmen were Bill Hotel-is, Shag Roberts, and Bill Mehrens of Jiuntsvilie. Charles Spiekerman of Odem Mickie Todd and James Warham ushered. Susan Spivey and Laurie Spivey of Lake Jackson were flower girJs and Billy Newson was ring bearer. A reception followed at the church. The bride Is a graduate of Olivarez-Arias Patino Guerrero MRS, THOMAS MEIIJtENS ... was Frerira Tewes Mary Carroll High School and attended Del Mar College and Southwest Texas State College. The groom was graduated from Carroll and Dei Mar College. After a wedding trip to San Antonio, they will live here. MISS M A R Y ALMA Arias became (tie bride of Manuel Ohvaroy, Jr. Saturday evening in Holy Family Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Arias .Sr , 3S21 Reynosa. The groom !· the son of Manuel OHvare/, Sr., 901 Gaviota and the late Mrs. Virginia Olivarez. The bride wore a gown of peau de sole with a Sabrina neckline trimmed with sequins and pearls. A crown of pearls held her illusion veil. Miss Sylvia Arias.was her sister's maid of honor and Mrs. Frank Saenz was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Anna Perez, Mrs. David GaOegos, and Miss Jenny .'Hernandez. Felipe Franco Sr. was best man. Groomsmen were Frank Saenz and Danny Ledesma A reception was held in the home of the bride's parents The bride is a graduate of W. B. Ray High School and the groom attended Roy MLU- 4i- 4i ^ s *V ' *-; jt S.j 0 "J MISS YOLAN DA Guerrero and Tony M. Patino Jr. were married Saturday evening in Sacred Heart Church. The bride is !hc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vicente Guerrero, 326 N'andina. The groom is ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Patino Sr. of Houston. The bride chase an Empire gown of nylon organza with an Aiencon lace bodice and Victorian, neckline, A lace and pearl crown held her illusion veil. Miss Diana Guerrero was her sister's maid of honor and Mrs. Paul Berna] was matron of honor. Robert San Miguel was best man. . Other attendants were Mr and Mrs. Stanley Flowik, Mr.' and Mrs. Lorenzo Perez Mr and Mrs. R. M. Patino Jr.'. Mr and Mrs. Alfredo Longoria of San Antonio, Miss Else -Torres, yJl%^*n Mi ss-Isabel' Garcia",""Mr!" and r^ "J .\_ ./^ MRS. MANUEL OLIVAKEZ . . . was an 1 Arias er High School. The couple will live here. Peterson-Gar'za , . Mrs. Gilbert Canales Sr. and Paul Bernal. Ruben Patino, brother of the groom, and Dennis Flanghlan, both of Houston, ashered. Betty Jean Guerrero of Refugio was flower girl and Charles Antony Floras of Victoria was ring bearer. A reception was held at Tal- MUS. TONY PATINO . . . was Yolanda Guerrero ly-Ho Motor Hotel. Both were graduated from Roy Miller High School and the groom attended Del Mar College, Perez-Martinez MISS MARY Ann Martinez and Pablo M. Perez exchanged vows Saturday evening in St. Joseph Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Cipriano Martinez, 2617 Tarlton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leandro M. Perez, 2106 Harriett. The bride wore a gown of silk and lace embroidered with pearls and iridascent sequins. Her detachable train fell from the waistline. A They wore Empire gowns of pink. Headpieces of while flowers held their tuhe veils. The groom's father was best man. Flower girls were Cynthia Ann Guzman and Sandra Ann Martinez. Robert Guzman Jr. was ring bearer. Other attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nayola, Mrs. Gonzalo Ramirez, Mrs. Geronimo Nayola, Mrs. Joe Reyes Miss Christine Reyes, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guzman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Medina, Mr. and crown of pearls and sequins ·,, ,, - ,, -, : -- - · · -hr,M ;,,,,--:i ~i TM , :», M: . Airs. Cruz Nayola, Airs. Antonio Gomez, Mrs. Leonardo Cervantes; . Robert Reyes, Sergio Perez, Enrique Gomez, Richard Medina, Jo?, Balboa. Bobbv Robles, George Viliarreal. Trinidad Nayola, Louis Ray Gomez. Tomas Cei-vantcs.. Joe Canlu and Cion?.aio Ramirezi After a wedding trip in San Antonio, the couple will live here. held her veil of French illusion. Mrs. Joe Cantu was matron of honor. Miss Felipa Guzman was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Gloria Nayola, Miss Gloria Reyes, Miss Elvira Ramos, Miss Elvia Garcia. Miss Tina Acosfa and Miss Frances Gomez. MISS CATHERINE Charcas Garza became the bride o£ Donald Kenneth Peterson Sat-' urdsy evening in St. Joseph Church. The bride is the daughter of Rodolfo Z. Garza, 1613 Eighteenth St., and the late Mrs Cleofas Charcas Garza. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arthur Peterson of Harlingen. The bride wore a gown of lace and crepe with an A-line skirt and a white shoulder- length mantilla. Miss Dorothy Carrixales of Houston was maid of honor Bridesmaid were Mrs. Raul Garza. Mrs. Sammy Strates Mrs. Rudy Garza and Mrs Victor D. Castillo. They ware A-line gowns of turquoise satin. · Victor P. Castillo was best man. Groomsmen were Raul C. Garza, Sammy Strates and ! ·Rudy C..Garza Jr. j A reception was hald in the | Garza home. After a trip to ! San Antonio, they will "live ! here. . ' - I The bride is a graduate nf S W. B. Ray High School and i attended De! Mar College. The i croom a t t e n d e d Hariingen I High School. j FabianFs Palazzo Fabulous ROME -- Alberto Fabiani is houette at re w one of the solid rocks on out padding, the look isn't cum- 'U:Jii/»'U It-iT!,-,,* r-,,l_: . liuircr\»vm TT*-LKi*.,«: ,_:__ _ i _ · i * · MRS. D. K. PETERSON "... was Catherine Garza which Italian fashion was built. He works a n d , right now, lives in a l-jih century Italian paiazxn which has floors inset with malactiile and lapis laxuli and the origi- nai frescoes on the walls. Though Fabiani isn't one of the designers who feel compelled to produce a new fashion story each season, his c o i l e c t i o n s always have enough goodies for the store buyers from ail over the world who gather to view them. .In his new collection, Fabiani launched a new coat with a sleeve that: be»ins at a dropped shoulder. This i.s a subtle way of widening the sil- ?.., Fabiani cinched his coat at the waist with a belt and a sold buckle that .spelis Fabiani. He added : a lone silk scarf at the neck with his name in the print. Many nf his coats are made of a heavy, double wooi jersey, including the deep purplish pink he calls azalea. It's the feature color of ihe collection. SHOPFEDWAYMONDA 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 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