Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 6, 1967 · 70
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 70

Oakland, California
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Wednesday, December 6, 1967
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I 7. t. .. 1: 1 3- From A ,V: Smith-Reinwand The newlywed Mr, and Mrs. liuis Gar Reinwand (Lane '' Spencer Smith) will reside in Pfpvo, Utah, while the bridegroom finishes his schooling ;-at Brig ham Young University. Their morning nuptials took place in the Oakland Mormon ' Temple, where pillars, fountains and flowers carried out a Grecian theme. . President : Delbert Wright officiated. A reception followed in the Lafayette Chapel, Church of v Jesus Christ of Latter-day ' Saints. The bride, daughter of Mr. . and Mrs. C. Elmo Smith of Lafayette, wore a double-?w b v e n, snow white , crepe 'gown and sweeping train trimmed with teardrop pearls and seed crystals. Her Xv' - IP - v f 'X JfS MR. AND MRS. LOUIS GAR . . . future High School Program on Alcoholism The first of three local high school programs on alcohol education was given last week at Piedmont High School. A pilot project of the Junior League of Oakland in cooperation with the' Alameda County Chapter of the National Council on Alcoholism, this is the first project of its kind to be given by the Junior League in this country. The ultimate aim is to introduce alcohol education into the curriculum of all California schools. Speakers at yesterday's program were Dr. John Beatty, chairman of the Alameda and Contra Costa Medical Association Committee on Alcoholism and Dangerous Drugs; Officer William Bopp of the Oakland Police Department; a 23-: year-old recovered alcoholic from San Francisco and a member of Alateen, an organization for teen-agers having an alcoholic parent. Theta Party Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae and their husbands will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sheaff Friday for a holiday cocktail party. President Mrs. Richard Lombardi is party chairman. Mrs. Donald Higgins is in charge of reservations. ADVERTISEMENT Beautify Your Skin This Winter Never underestimate the drying, wrinkling effects of a cold wind especially where the delicate skin of your face is concerned. Don) step out of the house unless you have first applied a layer of nraist oil to your complexion. Smooth the isotonic moist oil of Olay over your face and neck as a beautifying base beneath your make-up and at a protection against the harsh wind and weather that cause! wrinkle-dryness. - 1 . , . ..Margaret Merri, Mfe fo chapel-lengthy veil was of imported illusion, and she carried butterfly orchids, ste-phanotis and ivy. Carolee Smith, her sister, was ntaid of honor. Bridesmaids were Connie Reinwand, the groom's sister, Barbara Berling and Claudia Ware. Pink veiling accented . their pale and shocking pink alas-kine dresses, and they held carnations. Jack Reinwand, brother of the benedict, was best man. Another ' brother, Bill wand, ushered with Rein Roger Smith, the bride's brother. Mrs. Jack Reinwand Jr. presided over the guest book. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack'L. Reinwand of Davis. Lane graduated from BYU in August. 1 r$ , - f (,?' V-!1 AA Modtm Art photo REINWAND Utah resi Mrs. Wilson-Holden " A papal blessing has been given Mr. and Mrs. William Peter HoWen (Mary Elaine Wilson), whose marriage was solemnized by the Rt Rev. Msgr. Patrick J. Dermody at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in San Lorenzo. A r e c e p t ion at Encinal Yacht Club in Alameda fok lowed the morning nuptial mass. After a honeymoon to Carmel, the couple will reside in Hay ward. , The bride, daughter of Mr. ami" Mrs. Charles I, Wilson of San Lorenzo, wore an ivory alaskine gown with ribbon lace scroll and seed pearl insets. She carried her grandmother's prayer book with a spray of phalaenopsis orchids. Mary Ellen Wilson of Phoenix was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Linda Gist" of Berkeley, Mary's cousin; Mrs. Jesse Crawford of Oakland, Mrs. Gray Odell of Hay-ward and Sharon Helsing of San Lorenzo. They chose moss green s a k i gowns with matching veiling, and carried nosegays of baby yellow roses. Charles I. Wilson Jr., the bride's brother, was best man. Ushers were Mary's cousin, David Wilson; Jesse Crawford, Jay Stecher and Jim Roeder. Mary is a former Chabot College student, while her husband attended Chabot Police Academy. His parents are Mrs. Anita Fanner of Pacific Grove and William Holden of New Jersey. Snow-Kilkenny Mrs. Jerome Snow of San Francisco has announced the marriage of her daughter, Jo-Ann, and Frank TCilkenny. The young people were wed Nov. 11 in Reno. The bride, whose father is the late Mr. Snow, has a brother, Stephen. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Sam Snow of San Francisco and the late Mr. and Mrs. Isa-dore J. Groper of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Groper and Mr. and Mrs. William Z. Poise of Oakland are her uncles and aunts, as are Dr. and Mrs. Morris J. Groper of San Francisco and Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Groper of San Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hanisch of New York. She attended Miss Hamlin's and the University of Oregon. Her husband, who is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. WiMM. Start your holiday with a little OAKLAND E. 14TH ST.&29TH AVE. PHONE 533-1300 FREMONT 39201 FREMONT BLVD. PHONE 792-1700 L lootk Studio MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM PETER HOLDEN . . a honeymoon on the Monterey Peninsula Frank Kilkenny of Litchfield, Conn., has two sisters, Eileen and Mary Kilkenny, both of whom live in New York. He recently completed a tour of duty with the Navy in Vietnam, The newlyweds are at home in San Francisco. Reed-Walasek Red roses and white carnations adorned St. Clement's Catholic Church in Hayward where, in an afternoon ceremony, Neva Lucille Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Reed of San Loren-. zo, became the bride of John Richard Walasek, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Walasek of Hayward.. The bride was in white Spanish lace. She wore a veil and carried carnations and orchids. Attending her were Mrs. Albert Reed, her sister-in-law and matron of honor; Sandy and Laura Walasek, the groom's sisters, and Ann Lewis. They wore red velvet - gowns and white fur hats. Martin Walasek was his brother's best man. Ushers were Wes and John Reed, the bride's brothers, and Paul Musch. A reception at Community Hall in Southland Center followed the rites, after which the newlyweds left for a ho byMaxFactbr , Fashions newest fragrance. Available in a magnificent array of gifts for her A. Luxurious Glass-Stoppered Bottle of Perfume 10.00-122.60 B. Fragrance Delight (Fluted Decanter of Spray Mist Cologne, Bath. Powder 'n Puff) $6.60 C. Refillable Purse Perfume Spray in rich Florentine finish, $5.00 D. Jeweled Compact of Creme Perfume $5.00 PLEASANT HILL 2302 MONUMENT BLVD. PHONE 686-4000 CORTE MADERA CORTE MADERA CENTER PHONE 924-1122 neymoon at Squaw Valley. They will reside in Hayward. The groom attended San Jose City College, Chabot College and the University of Cal-- ifornia. Bush-Tribble Grace Methodist Church in Oakland was the setting for the afternoon wedding of Marilyn Estelle Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garret Bush of San Leandro, and Robert Gordon Tribble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Tribble of San Leandro. , A reception in the church Friendship Hall followed. The Rev. Warren L. Dale was the officiating clergyman. The bride wore her mother's Ivory brocade satin wedding gown. Her ivory veil was dotted with seed pearls, and she carried chrysanthemums. Mrs. James Miller of Fre mont, the groom's sister, was, matron of honor, while bride maids were twins Sharon ami Karen Albright of Richmond, cousins of the -bridegroom. They were in coral and apple green. Randel Del Toro was best man. Ushers were Clifford Marques and Jerry Del Toro. The bride is a graduate of San Francisco State College, where her husband is enrolled. The couple will reside in a new home in San Leandro. ililfl mil! RICHMOND MACDONALD AT FREEWAY PHONE 233-9220 NO MONEY DOWN AT WARDS - JUST SAY "CHARGE IT'' . Junior Center Welcome Party The "E" Auxiliary of the Junior Center of Art and Sci-. ence will hold a Christmas luncheon Wednesday, Dec. 13, at me Oakland home of Mrs. , Kenneth Costello. The event will honor new memberf of the auxiliary. Pink champagne will be served before lunch, and the Costello home will be decorated with a 15-foot Christmas tree in the living room. An style r Name Address City B.C.A. 80-foot tree" In the front yard ' will be strung with lights. - Neophytes-to be welcomed are jMrs. Kurt Boettger (Dar-lene Plummer), a Chi Omega from Oregon State; Mrs. Robert J.- Gemrh ell (Phyllis Peek), a Tri Delt from the. University of Arizona and 1C, and Mrs. Thomas W. Johnson (Marily Farnsworth), a Chi Omega from UC. 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Spending a few days at Car-mel's Highlands Inn recently were Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Davis of Oakland. ' quantity V i M mi tmm00mmi.mm m mm -

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