El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas on February 10, 1980 · 70
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El Paso Times from El Paso, Texas · 70

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Page 4-E THE EL PASO TIMES, Sunday, February 10, 1980 weddings R osen field -Moore Stephanie Lori Rosenfield and Stan-4?y Dp!' core were married Feb. 3 in Temple Mount Sinai with Rabbi Cohen officiating. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenfield of El Paso. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore of El Paso. Bridal attendants were Deena Burk, matron of honor; Robin Rosen-field and Barbara Boggs, bridesmaids. Bridegroom's attendants were Steve Hernandez, best man; David Moore and Tom Michaels, groomsmen. The bride is a graduate of Coronado High School. The bridegroom works for Texas Instruments and attended Eastwood High School. lllllj m Ma STEPHANIE MOORE Hvatt-Buonasera Catherine Hyatt and Alan David Buonasera were married Jan. 5 in the Church of St. Clement with the Rev. H. Eugene Mynck officiating. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hyatt of El Paso. He is the son of Betty Buonasera and Leo Buonasera of Houston. Gretchen Hyatt, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Debbie Funkhouser, the bride's cousin; Kaysie Kent, Diane Dickey, Cheryl Saha and Fay Mitchell. Howard Buonasera, the bridegroom's brother, was best man. Groomsmen were Russell Buonasera, the bridegroom's brother; Craig Hyatt, the bride's brother; Biff Le Fever, Marc Gentry and Mark Mitchell. The bride is a graduate of Coronado High Schonl and attends Texas A&M University. The bridegroom works for Austin Commercial and is a graduate of Texas A&M University. CATHERINE, ALAN BUONASERA Sa usam eda -Aragon Irma Sausameda and Raul Aragon were married Jan. 19 in Our Lady of Sorrows Church with the Rev Franco officiating. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Juan R. Sausameda of El Paso. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicandro Aragon of El Paso. Bridal attendants were Patsy Ma-gana, maid of honor; Liza Cbavira, Ana Duencz, Iris Tapia, Gloria Ma- J ana, Terri Tapia and Carmen eyes. Bridegroom's attendants were Freddy Aragon, best man; Chon Sausameda, David Acosta, Daniel Armas, Manny Gutierrez, Hector Sausameda and Gilbert Aragon. The bride works for Eastwood Hospital and is a graduate of Riverside High School. The bridegroom works for Panorama Homes Inc. and is a graduate of Ysleta High School and attends University of Texas at El Paso. IRMA. RAUL ARAGON RITA, LARRY TIPTON Falk-Tipton Rita Nannette Falk and Larry Ray-Tipton were married Dec. 28 in First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Prank F. Jones officiating. Her parents are Nannette Dougherty Falk of El Paso and Byron A. Falk Jr. of Succasunna, N.J. He is the son of Faye C. Neely of El Paso and Stand! Ray Tipton of Las Cruces. Maid of honor was Nerine Ann Falk and bridesmaid was Karin Morley. Charles Tipton was best man and Robert C. Jacob. David L. Morley and Jimmy Ray Phillips were groomsmen. The bride works for El Paso Federal Savings and Loan and is a graduate of Irvin High School. The bridegroom attends Berklee College of Music in Boston and is a graduate of Irvin High School. Willis-Watson Elizabeth Vassar Willis and Neil Godfrey Watson were married Feb. 5 in St. Mark's United Methodist Church with the Rev. William Mac-Farlane and the Rev. Tom Smith officiating. Her parents are Capt. and Mrs. R. Clifford Willis of Halifax, Nova Scotia . He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Watson of Fort William, Scotland. Katy Scoumperdis was matron of honor, and Sheryl Scoumperdis was bridesmaid. Thomas Scoumperdis was best man, and Wayne Merriman and Matthew Ruff also attended the bridegroom. The bride works for El Paso Natural Gas Co. The bridegroom is in The Regimental Band of the Black Watch. Sears Mom-to-be or new mom? Sears has the fashions you wanl Easy-going mixables for the two of you. Choose tops of smooth broadcloth or soft knit jersey. In lively plaids, whimsical patterns or colorful stripes. Pair them with textured slacks in natural or navy with a stretchy front panel. All separates in polyester and cotton. Shirt tops, ti-16. Knit tops, small, medium and large. Pants, 6-18. Tops, S O Pants, reg.$10 vOe. Sak mil. Ki'hruury l.'l Nursing bra adapts to your changing figure. Unique design lets you open cup while holding baby. Sizes 34-40, B,C. $6 Full fitfui-i- m,.., ulso available Ht u higher price. Nursing pads, contoured style, box of 4H, $4. Nursing gowns with concealed front slits. In pretty pastel colors. S.M.I. Short gown. $8. 1.nc gown, $10. Ask about SearsCharge Plans If 1M Itx Wtf -mm I wv,).., n worn ii - 6i mm s INCOME TAX SERVICE BLOCK 'i' HR l Sears Wliere America shops (or Value C,t tistS mm V.. . LfjMi tint 1 jttjIfllflU 4NfrO hmh"u-mvu uuufunirm w vur Mint' nan run points rail 364755 WOO DYER fill 751-2301 vritWil Ru npMMM-Pn !Nim-im nprnMon-rn I m tin 1 mwIhi tof tttirtM) Montana it Piedras Dyer at Will Ruth Mon tgom ery-B u ttigieg Jennifer Anne Montgomery and Joseph Anthony Buttigieg were married in the home of the bride's mother with Judge John Fashing officiating. Her parents are Mrs. John Willard Montgomery of El Paso and the late Dr. Montgomery. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buttigieg of Hamrun, Malta. . The bride's sister, Jane Germany, attended the bride. Best man was Eugene Cunnar. The bride and bridegroom work for New Mexico State University. Gifts of love for all your little valentines! February 14th is VaUn tine's Day. and the Toy Cheat has an irrf stihle array of gifts to charm your little loves! Wooden heart-shaped bracelets, soaps, perfumes, stuffed animals, red lops, whisiles. and much more. If you want a tfift. unique for your little valentine, stop by the Tin (rust where we give personal attention to every customer! VISA Mustcrcharjle 11 KM Yarbrough Towne East Plaza the toy chest Open 10-6 Mon-Sat 10-9 Hturs. Free gift wrapping HURRICANE GUSSIE IS OFFERING YOU A LUXURY YOU CAN NOW AFFORD FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF FEBRUARY PEDICURES "RELAX AND TREAT YOURSELF TO A LUXURIOUS PEDICURE. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR SANDALS AND SUN. '5 00 REG. 9.00 j Ft ir-1 If vEiA SCULPTURED NAILS FOR THE LOVELY BEAUTIFUL HANDS YOU ALWAYS DREAM ABOUT CAN BE YOURS. s 28 00 REG. 35.00 HURRICANE GUSSIE 5411 N. MESA PEPPER TREE SQUARE 581-4446 If you've got the we've got the arrows... VALENTINE CPECIAL This AAon. through Wed. we are offering our once a year Helene Curtis great ending PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL. Regular 25.00. (HAIRCUT alone '8 oo i (2.00 extra for tinted hair) s S1Q50 i u complete HUE Helen Curtis greet nding Styling Salons fOowi Thur$. evtningg) EAST 1827 Lomoland (Off Trowood) WEST-122Thunderbird NORTHEAST-5011 Alabama 591-3308 584-4446 562-8811 Salute to Teenagers Aurora Torres All-Bowie Girl Aurora Torres contributes her talents and time to Bowie High School, where she is a senior. As Student Council President. Aurora has reorganized the council this year, and works with the District 2-AAAA Student Council Committee. She also served as Student Council Senator in her junior year Aurora has also been a member of the Slide Rule Team during her entire time at Bowie, having placed high in the city slide rule competition each year. This year she won five first-place medals in City Slide Rule Competition Other honors Aurora has earned include membership in the Junior Engineering Technical Society, where she is president and past president, the Senior National Honor Society, where she is vice president; the Language Honor Society, and Who's Who Among American High School Students She also has been awarded the Scholastic Award for the past three years because of her high grade point average An El Paso native. Aurora resides with her mother. Victoria Torres, and two brothers and a sister She Is considering attending Columbia University and would like to work toward a degree in electrical engineering Best wishes. Aurora1 finite rlstt This aetlf la sponsored by the people who believe In youth. V

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