2-E Son Antonio EXPRESS/NEWS -Sundoy, Aug. 22, 1971 Â·EYE- Â· -EYE- "EYE- Â· -EYE- Â· -EYE- Â· -EYE- MRS. J. F. DORN Dorn-Negley Miss AUce Pratt Negley and John Forster Dom exchanged wedding vows Saturday in St. Mark's Episcopal Church. The Rev. Stanley Hauser and the Rev. Maurice Benitez offi- ' ciated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waller Negley and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Â· Holbrook Dorn. Matron of honor was Mrs. Reagin McAllister, sister of the bride. The bride was also attended by Misses Frances Carr of Corpus Christ!, Barbara Owen of New York and Ruth Dittmar and Mmes. Robert Ammann of Austin, Charles Kuper, Christopher Gill, Dick Chisum, sister of the groom, and Diehard ' Gill, sister of the groom. Mr. Dorn served his son as best man. Groomsmen were William Dorn of Houston, David Brooks, Dick Chisum, Peter Gill, Hich, ard Gill, JeH Miller, Walter Negley, brother of the bride, and Dale Forsler Dorn, brother of the groom. Ushers were Blaze Cunning- ham, Van Gannaway and Jay Smith. A reception was "held in the home of the , bride's parents. MRS. P. T. BROWN Brown-Duerr Christ Episcopal Church was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Susan Ann DueiT and Patrick Turley Brown cf Austin. The Rev. Bill Morgan and Dr. Samuel 0. Capers officated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lehn Duerr. Parents of the groom are Mrs. Prudence Brown and Judge Sherwood Brown, both of Galveston. Mrs. John Thomas Davis of Waco was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Sally Sue Beissner and Miss Susan Stanislav, both of Austin. Best man was S h e r w o o d Brown III of Houston, brother of the groom. P.V. Cagnola of Galveston and Henry Beissner of Austin were groomsmen. Ushering were Ross Polk and Dan Callahan, both of Galveston, Karl Ellison of 'Houston and Lehn and Joseph R. Duerr, brothers of the bride. After a reception in The Argyle, the couple left for a wedding trip to Mexico City. They will reside in Austin. in MRS. C. D. EARLE Earle-Colbert Miss Mary Elizabeth Colbert and Charles Douglas Earle exchanged wedding vows Saturday in St, Luke's Episcopal Church. The Rev. Henry B. Getz officiated. Parents of the, ! couple .are Mr. and'.Mrs. Gene.E, Colbert and Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. , Earle of New Braunfels.- -. Â· Â·Â·Â·Â·'Â·'Â·.-. _ Miss Susan Meredith", Colbert was her sisters maid of honor 'and. bridesmaids: we're Mrs. John Hinton of Austin, Mrs. Roy Nice of Houston, Miss Ellen Roegeleln and Miss Beulah A n n Kopecky. . - ; . ' . . :; Best man was Stephen C. Brake of Austin and .groomsmenwere Stephen s. sprowls of Houston, Robert L,' Worth Jr.' of Austin, Carl B. Cheaney and [Robert Patterson. Ushering were Thomas and William Colbert. After a reception in the tome of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Kopecky, grandparents of the bride, the couple departed for a .wedding trip to Port Aransas. They will reside in Puebla, Mexico. * . Â· ; Â· Â· Â· , Parties, Showers Honor August Brides-Elect P a r t i e s and showers for brides-to-be are filling the August calendar. . Prenuptial parties are being given in honor of Miss Kathy M a r t i n , bride-elect of Ken Kennedy. The, couple will, be married Friday in Main Post . Chapel at Ft, Sam Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. .Kennedy of-Waco will honor their son and his fiancee with the rehearsal dinner T h u r s- day in the Ft. Sam Houston .Officers Club. Other parties have Included a miscellaneous'Shower given by Miss Evie Schuh and Mrs. J o l i n . F i s h e r in'the Schuh home.and a:linen shower given by Mrs. Max Hartman and Mrs. Larry Bachnian in the Hartman home. Miss Christine Solia and Mrs. A r t h u r Gutierrez-Hartmann e n't e r- tained with a pantry shower 1 in the Solis home, and a pot- tery and stainless shower was given by Mrs. Robert Mecke and Mrs. WUbert Skarke in the Mecke home. Ft. Sam Houston Officers' club was die setting for the bridesmaids' tancheon, a n d s e r v i n g as hostesses were Mrs. .Mmes. Robert Guerln- ger, Eugene Sobrino and Walter Hayter. Miss Mary Ann Garcia is also being honored at a number of parties prior to her marriage Friday in St: Ann's Catholic Church to J.L. Ruzicka Jr. 'Hostesses-tor a china show- cr in the Ft. Sam Houston Officers Club were Mmea.J.C. ' Guerra, J.E. Wifeam's, and Carlos Cantu. Honoring Miss Garcja at a kitchen shower were Mrs. Joe Barbera, Mrs. John Vogel and Miss Peggy Barbera.. the party was in the Vogel home. Scrivener's Tea Room was the setting for a p o t t e r y shower given by Mmes. Roger Trevmo, Tony Martinez and Artemio. Alaniz. Miss Garcia was also ,feted With a linen shower in the Lackland AFB Ottkers-Club. Hostesses .were iJMm.es Alfred J, Garcia, Louis^Plceancy Gilbert Trevino; and Mike Gomez. ' Â·Â·' iti m m m m m Â» m m m rh m m m rn Â· 1J m m m m rfi m WOMIN'S WtÂ»* DAILY KEWJ JEKVICI FASHION FAVORITES: New York's Mayor Lindsay, the new Democrat, is among the contenders being considered for the best dressed award for 1971. Tailor Cutter magazine of England hflj listed him along with Sean Connery, Prime Minister tru- deau, Robert Morley, Noel Coward and tennis player Ken Rosewall, HAPPY BIRTHDAY; Princess Anne takes on a romantic image in her 21st birthday p h o t o a taken by Norman Parkinson, Already the two big questions in London are, will she participate in the riding events in the next O l y m p i c games and who will she marry? No answers yet, MAGAZINE RACK: James W, Brady, former publisher of WWD, has been named publisher and editorial director of Harper's Bazaar. Nancy White wm remain editor-in-chief, for the time bang, and report directly to Brady. R e a c h e d at his home in Centre Island on Long Island, Brady declined to discuss hfe new job. He said he was busy fighting off a flood on his patio following a rainstorm. Asked if it were true his salary would be $85,'000 a year, Brady chuckled and said: "No comment." He also denied r e p o r t s Harper's would become a weekly fashion magazine. "That's not in' my plan," foe said. Nancy White also said she knew nothing about a weekly Harper's Bazaar and denied "reports- she was leaving the magazine. "I'm not the least bit uptight about Brady and neither is my staff. We look f o r w a r d to seeing Brady Monday morning." FASHION'ART: BUI BUss, Donald Brooks, Oscar de la Renta, Kasper and C#mt. Rero Nuti will d o n a t e paintuigs' for a; : Washington Fashion Group fund-raising b e n e f i t called "Fashion in'Art." The Nov. 1 benefit, under the direction of Katharine Graham, will be held in the Kennedy Center and *roceeds from the sale of paintings wul-go:-to the Miiry Strasburg Memorial Scholarship Fund to help students pursue careers in fashion design or reporting, Mrs. Strasburg, former Washington correspondent for WWD, died of cancer in 1968. MOON ROCKING; Another fabric, a b r i l l i a n t multicolor silk shantung . print of thin slices of moon rocks magnified over 100 times and photographed under polarized light, is now making the earth scene. The copyrighted design, by T,B. M e c h 1 i n g, Larchmont, N.Y., is being translated Into 30-inch silk scarfs, men's ties and vinyl-coated art posters. Belle Fabrics is producing the fabric. "We're planning to produce it^n other type fabrics! n c 1 u d i n g polyester -- for swimsuits, blouses, sportswear,:'; and draperies," says Mechling. . . * yj Ui THAT T-SHIRT: The Curved Shirttail T-shirt that's taken the St. Tropez summer scene by storm will be in New York in September. Match II is making it to retail for $7 in cotton knit, In 13 colors . . . and Bonwit Teller will have it first. COVETED COSTUMES: A special exhibit titled "Covent Garden: 25 years of Opera and Ballet" will open in London's Victoria and Albert Museum, Thursday. The exhibit is designed as a front and backstage tour of the Royal Opera House and features Maria Callas' costume for "Tosca," Joan Sutherland's nightdress for the mad scene in "Lucia," Dame Margot Fonteyn's costume for "Marguerite and Armand" and three of her tutus for "Sleeping Beauty" plus costumes she wore in "Firebird" and "Petrushka." ONE-STOP SHOPPING: LiM Minnelli, just back from filming "Cabaret" in Europe, popped into Halston's and left orders for 60 pieces, plus jewelry, shoes and 20 hats. Seems Liza's getting ready for a m o n t h In Paris, Longchamps and Biarritz and wanted to be prepared, so she stocked up with everything -- pants, skirts, long e v e n i n g dresses, mostly brimmed hats for day, turbans for night. PAT ON DICK: "It was a strong speech and a very much needed one," Pat Nixon told Eye f o 11 o w i n g the President's speech on the economy. "He worked on it for a month and stayed up all Friday night. When the staff came in Saturday morning, it was all done." Ui V, m Ui ui Ui ii BJ i j III Â· iu m Â· Â· ui Â·EYE- Â· -EYE- "EYE- Â· -EYE- Â· -EYE- Â· -EYE- EVINS ELEGANCE IN ENGLISH WALNUT CALFSKIN " In a season of many beautiful leathers, this is pre-eminent. Smooth, glossy and supple, the color tone a rich, light walnut, shaped with David Evins' characteristic finesse; low heel ghillie, 50.00. With narrow strap design, center buckle, slim mid heel, 48,00. Matching handbag with wide center frame in gold-tone, 48.00. Ours alone, Third FROST BROS.
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