Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on April 1, 1956 · Page 7
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onna leunoicL lAJedd a " 1" 1 1 i iiihhhwiim ii miiniiiiii j ' , . . ; . .... w V" . ' i '. ' , - 1 i f X ' X t 1 . : i0 ' 7 l v-, It:- .r?i'Sr ' 1 : v y 1 ," ' '-,: ; - cap . J y - ' f -' T''C' , !'? ' " ' ' I'- 1 ' ' v III 1 fe-i.-fe , , : LkXmid Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duane Duoos (Donna Marie Reynolds) Photo by Webber's Mr., Mrs. Richard Duoos Honeymoon At Yosemite Park Returning to their college classes tomorrow after a week's honeymoon at Yosemite are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duane Duoos .(Donna Marie Reynold's) whose wedding was an event of a week ago yesterday at St. John s Episcopa church, Capitola. The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. D. S. Sedgwick of Capitola and Harold E. Reynolds of King City, is a sta dent at Mills college, Oakland. The bridegroom transferred last semester to the University of- Caluornia at Berkeley Irom Washington State college where the young people met last year. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Euoos of Spokane, Wash. More than 200 guests attended the 3 p.m. ceremonies conducted by Rev. M. G. Nicola. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was wearing a classic gown in an original Princess of Lohengrin design. The gcoop-necked bodice was of rose-point lace over satin with long tapered sleeves and extended into a very full floor-length skirt of tulle over satin. A small gold cross, her father's gift, and pearl t'r- ml tk HAVE YOU A FIGURE PROBLEM? Slenderform an Help You! 1-WEIOHT LOSS I-INCHES OH 1 flRMING 4-TONINO 5 TREATMENTS $12.50 Slenderform 1550 30th AVE. GR 5-4607 earrings, a gift from the bride' groom, were her only jewelry. Her fingertip-length veil was se cured by a pearl crown and she carried a cascaded arrangement of white roses and bouvardia on a white prayer book. Mrs. Eugene W. Reynolds was matron of honor for her sister-in-law. Her ballerina-length gown was of pale pink embroidered or gandy with pink taffeta trim and her nosegay was of white roses, pink carnations and bouvardia tied with blue ribbon. Her headpiece matched the ribbon on her bouquet. Miss Sandra Ziebold of La Jolla, a Mills classmate of the bride, served as bridesmaid. Her costume was identical to the ma tron of honor's only in pale blue and she had a pink ribbon head' piece. Oliver Huff, Delta Sigma Phi fraternity brother of the bride groom at WSC, now attending the University of Oregon, was the best man. Eugene W. Reynolds and Kenneth Sedgwick were the ushers. Candles were lighted at the altar by Spero Benias. Chancel decorations featured two large sprays of white stock and roses, and another two of white stock and snapdragons. Every other pew was marked with carnations tied with satin ribbon. During the ceremony William Hanson sang "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. C. W. Feagin was at the organ. Congratulations were extended to the newlyweds at the Sedgwick ....... Hj. t .m'waM'W'1'' ' iivx Muni y un w 'inm-in v" "m"'". Your watch deserves a skilled expert's cafe When your watch needs attention, we suggest that ou bring it to us. Our watchmakers are highly skilled in servicing the finest timepieces, and the materials we "Use are of the highest quality ! Many people make a habit of letting us clean, oil and inspect their watches regularly every year. Why not follow their example and avoid costly repair bills that come from neglect? Voa will find our service prompt and our charges moderate. Come in soon! residence, 106 Sacramento avenue, immediately following the wedding. For her role in the receiving line Mrs. Sedgwick wore a navy ensemble with furs and a corsage of ivory pink cymbidiums. Her dress was a navy blue tucked silk and wool sheath with bands of Viennese lace. Her hat was a large Milan straw cartwheel and she had a corsage of ivory pink cymbidiums. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Duoos, was attired in a champagne lace afternoon dress with satin trim, matching stole and accessories, and a pink petal-covered pillbox hat. Her corsage was of rose cymbidiums. A four-tier wedding cake and punch were served from a table covered with a white heirloom cloth. Flower arrangements were of white roses, carnations and snapdragons. Presiding at the punch bowl was Miss Kate Slade of La Jolla now a student at Mills, and Mrs James Davis (Pat Hulen) of Los Angeles, who attended Santa Cruz high school and last year WSC with the bride. Cake was served by Miss Carol Parcher of Alta Utah, who also attended WSC with the bride. Miss Slade caught the bridal bouauet. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sedgewick Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O'Mara and Stephanie, Cupertino; Mr, and Mrs. Hildine Wancke, Sacra mento; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dreyer of Capitola and Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. David Willoughby and Mrs, James W. Cutler, Watsonville, and a group of UC fraternity bro thers of the bridegroom and Mills classmates of the bride. When the newlyweds left for a honeymoon at the Ahwahnee ho tel in Yosemite, the bride wore a navy blue shantung suit with matching accessories, a pink bloS' som-covered pillbox hat and rose corsage. They will be at home after tomorrow at 2419 Durant avenue, Berkeley. A graduate of Santa Cruz high school, the bride attended WSC her freshman year and now is at Mills college studying to be medical records librarian. The bridegroom is a pre-dental stu dent at UC. The evening before the wed ding the bridegrooms parents were hosts for a dinner at Deer Park tavern honoring the bridal party. 0 0 o Boulder Creek P-TA To Elect Staff Election of officers and showing of films on cancer research will be the main items on the agenda when the Boulder Creek elementary Parent-Teachers association meets tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Dr. Gordon Anderson of Boulder Creek will be present to answer question on the films. Dr. Floyd Turner, cancer research scientist, also will be a guest at the meeting. Refreshments will be served by the second grade teachers. OOO VALLEY VFW. AUXILIARY HILL INSTALL OFFICERS Joint installation of officers of the San Lorenzo valley post and auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will take place Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Boulder Creek fire hall. Social . ana Club News Santa Cruz Sentinel-News 7 Sunday, April 1, 1956 AA. C Halls Spend Easter In Argentine Spending the Easter weekend in the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires are Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hall of 158 Towne terrace. The Halls, who left San Fran Cisco airport March 6 for a six week South American tour, will go to Montevideo Tuesday and continue on to Rio de Janeiro for several days' stay at the Hotel Copacabana palace. While there they intend to take a cable car to the peak of the famous granite cone, the Pao de Ssucar (Sugar Loaf mountain), and do extensive sightseeing in the famous harbor city. They also will go to Corcovado and Quitandinha in Brazil before flying to Caracas, Venezuela, on their return trip. They will ar rive in ban Francisco April 18. Stops on their itinerary have included Guatemala where after arriving in Guatemala City they made a side motor trip to Lake Atitlan and the Chichicastenango, They spent two days in the re public of Panama and then went on to Ecuador and the capital city, ymto. In their tour of the 9350 feet high city they saw the old church es and monasteries of LaCom-pania, San Francisco and La Mer ced. A side trip in this area was an excursion of Oyamburo; 15 miles north of Quito, to visit the famous monument designating the exact equatorial line. Going on to Lima, Peru, the Halls were guests at the Hotel Bolivar for two days while they explored that capital city. From Lima they made a half-day excur sion over the Central highway through magnificent scenery to the popular summer mountain re sort of Chosica with a stopover at tne inca ruins ol Cajamarquula. In Cuzco, former capital of an empire that embraced a third of a continent, and built in a remote valley of the Andes at an altitude of 11,700 feet, they visited the principal points of archaeological and historical interest including tne nuge stone of the 12 angles, the Plaza de Armas, former site of inca palaces, the temples of the bun, Moon and Mars and the Indian markets and shops. Other outstanding ruins visited were those of Macchu-Picchu. where the impressive remains of pyramiding stairways, palaces, roy al baths and homes still stand in perfect condition. In Chile thev visited Santiago City and went on to Puerto Varas by Diesel Day express where they were headquartered at Hotel Puerto Varas. Prior to their arrival in Buenos Aires they made the trip by rail, lake steamer and motor to the Lakes district of Chile and Argentina, a region of volcanoes, lakes and fjords, the rugged beauty of which is said to be unsurpassed by any in the world. OOO rut. WL Be ecomed deride Miss Neri To Marry In August Many Guests From Bay Area Attend Rites The marriage of Miss Noelle Miller to Richard Neales Bon a week ago yesterday at the First Congregational church brought a laree contingent of relatives and friends of both families from out of town, a number of whom remained over the weekend. The bride was gowned in bouffant white organdy with matching cap and short white veil of illusion net, and carried a bouquet of white and pale pink camellias. She was escorted down the aisle by her father, Douglas D. Miller, and was preceded bv her sister, Mrs. Harlington Wood Jr. of Springfield, 111. Her five-year-old niece, Alexa Wood, served as flower girL Both the matron of honor and her daughter wore dresses of matching pink, Mrs. Wood's being a tucked princess style and Alexa's a short full organdy with velvet sash of teal blue. Mrs. Wood carried a bouquet of pink camellias and Alexa a small old-fashioned nosegay of bouvardia and pinks. The latter also wore a tiara of the same small flowers. Large arrangements of pink and white flowering peach blossoms at the altar emphasized the color theme. 0 .y - V Tiniicrl!)ft T Hfillni rf flroAnfiAlf brother of the bride, performed best man duties and Dwight Farmer, John Moore and Wesley Ma- lone, all of San Francisco, acted as ushers. The 4 p.m. ceremony, which was the first wedding performed by Rev. J. Bernard Corneliussen since his arrival in Santa Cruz two weeks ago, was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents, 418 Walnut avenue. The 'house was decorated with pink and white flowering peach. The bride's table, bearing the wedding cake, featured masses of pink and white camel- nas irom me earaens ot jvir. ana Mrs. K. W. Hems ot Glen Ellen. Sonoma county, uncle and aunt ot the bride. Guests were received at the door by the mother of the bride, Mrs. Douglas Miller, and the bridegroom's mo:her, Mrs. John son H. Bon of Crockett Both were dressed in navy blue and wore corsages of white camellias. After greeting the newlyweds. who stood before a large picture window in the living room, guests moved out into the garden to be served refreshments. More than 100 guests were pres ent,- many representing San Fran cisco and the bay area where the bride and her family formerly re sided. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Hems of Glen Ellen, the bride s uncle and aunt; Mrs. Charles A. Bon of Berkeley, grandmother of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Nickel and Misses Marilyn and Barbara Nickel, cousins of the bridegroom, also from Berkeley. A great-aunt of the bridegroom, Mrs. William Cook of Santa Cruz, also was present Adding special interest to tne occasion was the presence of the bride's great-uncles and great-aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Miller, Charles Miller and Mrs. Fred McPherson Jr., all of whom had attended the wedding of her grandmother, the late Mrs. Harvey H. Miller. Mrs. Miller was the bride in the first marriage ceremony performed in the First Con gregational church 65 years ago. The bridal bouauet was caught by the bride's cousin, Miss Cloy McPherson. For going-away, the new Mrs. Bon donned a tailored cotton plaid dress in brown and royal blue with brown accessories. The newlyweds left for a week's honeymoon at an undisclosed destination. Their new home will be on Telegraph hill in San Francisco where the bridegroom is associated with William R. Staats and company, investment brokers. The bride Is a graduate of Stanford university and the bridegroom received his degree from the University of California at Berkeley. f u 1 ; -Li I . f , "v f . E . J 1 . -x a i 1 1 : ' - 'I V. ' 'V 'Is 7 i :C i M " ; 4 f m - - j . . " V. I i . 'i ; ' V.-v Mr. and Mrs. Richard Neales Bon (Noelle Miller) Photo by Webber'i Civic Auditorium To Be Scene Of Gigantic Omega Nu Sale For the first time in its 20-year history, the civic auditorium will be the locale for a gigantic rummage sale May 16. The one-day event will be sponsored by Sigma Alpha chapter of Omega Nu. Patterned after the successful sale conducted by the city of Pasadena last year, the Omega Nu project has been under way since last November. Committee members In charge of the large-scale undertaking are Mrs. William O'Rielly, gener al chairman; Mrs. Leland Stev ens, pickup; Mrs. Samuel Leask III and Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, marking; Mrs. Ernest Dillon, ar rangements; Mrs. Albert Bly and Mrs. Clarence Jacoby, selling; Mrs. Walter Simmers, rummage repair; Mrs. Leslie Ley, Mrs. George O'Rielly and Mrs. Charles Hall, publicity. At last weeks meeting, Mrs. Kenneth Melrose Jr., president, OES District To Welcome State Officers at San Jose State college where he is affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Several hundred Eastern Star members representing the seven chapters in the 42nd district will assemble tomorrow night at the civic auditorium to receive their top officers in the state, Worthy Grand Matron Mabel Tellcfson and Worthy Grand Patron Reuben Wright The formal reception Is scheduled for 8 o'clock and is open to all members of the order. Participating will be Lily of the Valley chapter 18, Watsonville; Idlewild chapter 19, Santa Cruz; Ceanothus chapter 45, San Juan Bautista; Athena chapter 46, Hol-lister; Magnolia, Gilroy; Santa Cruz chapter 273, Santa Cruz, and Castroville chapter 580, Castroville. OOO Most universally used cosmetic in the United States is lipstick. Miss Rose Neri An August weddine in Santa Cruz is being planned bv Miss Rose Neri whose engagement to Gene Unger of San Jose has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neri of 516 Chest nut street. The prospective benedict's par ents are Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Unger of Santa Clara. The bride-elect attended Santa Cruz schools and San Jose State college. She now is employed as a secretary in San Jose. Her fiance attended San Jose schools and is a senior student Mr. .t Nino . . . Up,flU Top Creative Stylist PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALS ARE ON PHONE GA 3-8214 . ,.Alip, 11 - - mmimmmr-mm II j ML IT: J .11 I Jr. 1 ir ) & I 1205 PACIFIC AVE. CA 3-7070 We Give and Redeem Thrifty Shopper Stamps THE DYING THIEF" Illustrated Sermon by Dr. John Rice, D.D. 7:30 P.M. EASTER SUNDAY t THE SALVATION ARMY-708 Washington St. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED 1218 Soquel Ave. Dial GA 3-2990 WHEN YOU WANT AN UNUSUAL TOY Come to Us announced that keeping In line with the chapter's charity policy the profits of the sale will be disbursed to meet "a very real need": providing the care of critical eye and dental cases for needy children in the city schools. She reminded members that last year alone the chapter took care of 30 such cases for a total cost of $1426.70. Mrs. Ley reported that 90 let ters have gone out to inactive members asking for their help in staffing the sale and announcing a rummage picKup lor next Wednesday. Pickup captains will be Mrs. np Bliss, Mrs. Raymond iiooancn, Mrs. 1 nomas George ana jvirs. Stevens. Anyone wishing to contribute to the sale may call GA 34781 or GA 3-9475. Mrs. Mitchell announced the following department heads will be on hand Wednesday to receive and mark rummage: Jewelry, Mrs. George O'Rielly; accessories, Mrs. Kermit Darrow; hats, Mrs. Louis Haber; shoes, Mrs. Alfred Haber; men's wear, Mrs. Robert Voris and Mrs. Milton Bourriague; girls' wear. Mrs. Thomas Butler; furniture, Mrs. M. C. Hall; household wares, Mrs. Jacoby; women's wear, Mrs. William Muriale and Mrs. John Gus-tavson; infants' wear, Mrs. Al Tosta; bedding and linen. Mrs. Charles Hall; boys' wear, Mrs. Joseph Wilson; fix-it-shop, Mrs. John Nicholson; books and toys, Mrs. Gilford Trover, and "green thumb" plants Mrs. Tom Polk Williams Jr. Mrs. Stewart Fowler, former member now living in San Jose, was a guest at the meeting which took place at the home of Mrs. Albert Rice, 1522 Laurel street Co-hostesses for the evening wera Mrs. James Wilson and Mrs. William Kelly. And an Insurance policy must be accompanied by insurance service to be worth its salt when you're in trouble. 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