Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 4, 1961 · Page 7
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^^^^^ V ^-">~ '""'- v; *" -*"» ^' -X"^ ^ : ' •-"•*' . • - -• • .«'••- i, 4 S.. >-•*• DEL RIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE- 4, 1961 SEC. Bride Of Lieut. K, Miss Ijp-iaiui Gail Parsons. [daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Chester |NimiU BftMWMk of Del Rio, and ;Liculenaafc Kenneth Francis lampagjtti 9M of Mr, and Mrsf •f<* Robert I>, Ouunpagae of Breaux W Bridge, boMMMMia, were married JSunday morei»e in St. Austin's" .Catholic Cbunfe in Austin with ff Rev. David O'Brien, C.SJ>., offi- f ' cialing. Only the immediate fara- ' i lies and, n. hem close friends at-, -'tended tUe wedding. Given ia. nwwrriagc by her fa-i ' ther, tho> Ue>*aB was lovely in a > J , wedding gown of diamond white! • ^ deiustcrodj satin. The figure-' fV moulded bodice was cut with * •^heart shaped- neckline and brace- Jfblet length, sleeves. A Fold of self i!=5 fabric e4gs4> the lowered waist- ""^linc with hvo. small cabbage roses ', in the back. The full, flared bell" — shaped skirt was street length.* Her shoulder length veil of silk , illusion was, attached to a min- v iaturc crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms. She carried a ^ bouquet of white roses. Her matron of honor, Mrs. Joe' • L. Sanders of Dallas, wore blue 7 silk organza and carried white roses. Gerald Champagne of San Mar- I cos scr\ed as best man. James IF. Dinsmoor of Del Rio was the lusher. 5 White gladioli, and white stock J decorated the altar with tapers ^ and potted palms completing thej t ' background „ After the wedding, a luncheon ^r was served in the Colonial Room .# of the Dnskill Hotel. f £|s The tables were laid f in floor |9? length white net cloths and cen- ""3- tered with arrangements of white ££. roses. Scr\ing were Miss Kitty '•5j Kessler, Miss Virginia Pearson JS 4 and Mrs. James F. Dinsmoor of 1,' Del Rio; Hiss Carol Ann Stokes ^ of Encinaj, Miss Sue Robinson of If. Corpus Cliristi and Miss Marion || Rankin of Dallas } MRS KENNETH FRANCIS 7i After a wedding trip to Winni- j Gail Parsons of Del Rio. •3 peg, Canada, Lt. and Mrs. Cham LAFB OWC News By MARLfNI fOWIU. Capt. and Mrs. Ray ReuM had as recent bouse guests tj friends, Capt. and Sirs. Ji C. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. man, and Miss Mary Ellington. Capt. and Mrs. Cook are stationed at Chennault AFB in Lake Charles, Louisiana and Mr. and Mrs. Hoi man and Miss Mary Ellington are from Roswell, Mexico. • • » • Maj. and Mrs. Joe Jackson and family arc visiting friends at Laughlin this week. Maj. Jackson is attending the T-33 school for ,a week. The Jacksons are for! mer residents of Laughlin anc 5 are now stationed at Offutt AFB t Omaha, Nebraska. Capl. and Mrs. Marvin Gidd 'i ings and family recently return ,cd from a visit with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hatchctt o 'Atlanta. Georgia and Mr. and £ Mrs. M."A. Giddings of Tampa, Florida; f\ 3^_ - -, ; vV^^ftSS si A J r '-^v r ^^ig^^ss»si Ads - Fast^htiri r-^sivt^-^.- * sg?**^ AMANDA CASTANEDA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angel G. Castaneda, 105 West Magnolia Street, has received a scholarship to Sacred Heart Academy following her graduation from Our Lady of Guadalupe j School May 30. The scholar- j ship for highest achieve- j ment was awarded by the. Holy Name Society of that j parish. \ Grace Lutheran I Sermon Topic for i FATHERS DM i^h _~iV- *,-i f\ J •yi — text, ll£e! FINEST JEWELRY FOR ;Ap§ ^ *;¥***& >^SI Z:.> ^\m f g^\\\ ^-®8 THE FINEST FATHER- YOU'LL FIND IT HERE IN OUR TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF GIFTS "Toward ; a More Meaningful Partaking of the Lord's Supper" Capt. Charles Slratton is spend j ing a week at home visiting his I family Capt Slratton is workings toward his bachelor's degree at* uie University of Omaha in Ne- i braska. * * *^ * | will be the ifieme of the sermon J Lt Co! and Mrs. Kenneth Me- S in Grace Lutheran Church Sunt Caaim ha\e as their house guests lda\ morning at the 11 o'clock ser- and Mrs Louis Kundinger. >vice. Kundmgers are former re- The sermon is based on the of Laughlin and are now'llth chapter of First Corinthians. stationed at Barksdale AFB.-; A study of the Book of Genesis Louisiana.' will be started ,by the Adult Bible * * ' <• Class, the pastor. Rev. A. J. Capt. and Mrs. Roy St. Martins Strand, said. had as recent house guests, their i Vacation Bible School at Grace I friends, Capt. and Mrs. Roger;i Lutheran will begin Monday morn-1 Guilbautt of Laredo, Texas. >mg at 9:30 o'clock and continue' FATHER'S DAY JUNE 18 CHAMPAGNE, former Diana pagnc will bc r at home in - Grand ]_., D _ Forks, North-Dakota. jCMUKCn For traveling,the bride wore a; Tllccr . i» ' suit of red raw silk with HoCc-j TUESDAY er hat in tones of red and her; accessories., were black. She wore 3 } t -?!' pj '4 The Christian Womin's 'Fellowship will install .officers white roses at her shoulder. The bride was reared ia Del Rio and graduated from Del Rio High School* She received a bachelor 'of .-science degree in elementary education from the University of Texas in Austin. The groom holds a bachelor of; science degree in geological en-; Woman's Socieiy of Christian gineering from the .University ofj Service of Hie First Methodist" Southwestern Louisiana. Later hej -Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. attended the University of Texas.; in the home o: Mrs. W. P. Attending the'wedding from Dell Wallace Jr., 512 Johnson Rio were Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon; Street. Call, Mr. and Mrs.^eth Galla^ Thc Woman . s S8cre ^ of way Mr. and Mrs Joe Hollmg,- ; chr!sHan :Serv , ee of ^ yFirs , worth and Greg, Mr. and .Mrs.! Janies F". Dinsmoor. Mr.: and dedicate projects at a meetir>9. at 7:30 p.m. in the parsonage, 1209 North Main Street. Mrs. John W. Reaves end Mrs. W. E. Posey will be the hostesses. The Executive Board of the Methodist Church. will meet Methodist Church To Hold Communion Service Sunday Sunday is Communion Sunda\ in the First Methodist Church, and it is the first Sunday for the new conference .year. Maj. Jack L Pope, who is at-i tending the University of Arizona J at Tempe, Arizona is spending this week with his fa mil;. at Laughlin. Maj. Pope is complet ! ing his studies for a degree in aeronautics, • * « » * Lt Col. and Mrs. George Bandy and famiK have left for their new station at Anderson "AFB, in Guam ; « K V * * Mrs. Harding Smith has left for 1 Lodi, California to see her father. Frank Smith, w r ho is serious^ lv ilL Maj and Mrs. Llovd Strot andj Classes will be conducted through Fndsj of the same week, with special closing services Sunda> morning, June 11. during the. morning worship service "Jesus, the Savior." is the theme to be stressed in the classes and activities this >ear the Sunday School superintendent. Ben Zum Mallen. has announced. BILLFOLDS ?3.95 up UNKS • BAR $2.50 - $35.OO BOXED SET $45.00 KEY HOLDER $2.95 up POCKET KNIFE $2.50 PEN • PENCIL S5.OO-S35.00 vj BRUSHES-COMB $4.95 up iU. KEY RiNG $2.75 up Classified Ads Bring Results coast. This is the Strots first tnp' to that part of Texas. j .... ( Msj. and Mrs. Jack King, re-j cently returned from Washington, j D. C.. where Maj. King attended j t the Strategic Intelligence School I I for three weeks. While there they" _ The executive board of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the church: The education committee of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the church. - Mrs. Allen V. Pearson. Miss Vir- \ ginia Pe 8 rson. J W. Kessler and, ™™" ^l^iT^H. « Miss Kitty Kessler. | Mesd.mes Irma St.nleyV R.n- -••••. . ! dolph Harris,. Ben Bermet and 'God Only Cause and j Mar ^ E - D «y- wTth Mi » c 'y de * I Holrrvfln. " ~ " Creator' Topic for ! Christian Scientists I "God tlic Only Cause and Cre-; ator" is the subject of the Lesson-i Sermon to be heard at all Chris-*: tian Science churches Sunday. Readings from the-King James; Version of the Bible will include; this' verse from Revelation (4): - ."Thou art worthy, O Lord, to re- SOCIAL CALENDAR ccive glory and honour and power:•'for thou hast created all things. SUNDAY and for. thy- pleasure they are and . were created." - i One of the correlative passages; to be read from "Science and; Health with Key to the Scriptures"! ^ e afternoon in the First B* P by Mary Baker. Eddy states _(p.j tisf Church. 207): "There is but one primal; ; cause, therefore.there can.be no MONDAY effect from any other cause, and.' ! Miss Jean M»dison, bride- there can be no reality in aught" elect of Merald L. Binger, will which does not proceed from this | b« complimented »t • miscel- great and only cause." .-. ! The Golden Text is from Psalm 72: "Blessed be the Lord God, the inunion meditation' before the Lord's Supper is served to all. The morning service is at 11 o'clock. The evening worship is the church will begin at 7 6'clock. The Youth Choir is to sing and the service will close .with the usual altar, service. ; * Monday marks the opening day of the Vacation Bible School for children 3 years old through the sixth grade. ~ Classes in the school begin at 'J o'clock-and the pastor said any child within the age limit is welcome to attend.' The commission on education will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. s Mrs. Mike Cupito is a new as: - sociate member of the Officers Wives Club. ; . . • • . ; The OWC Bridge Club will meet j ; every Thursday during the sum* j ', mer months. Mrs. Jack Bates is; ; the new bridge chairman and j Mrs: Joe Young is .co-chairman. : he bridge results this Thursday w-ere^Mrs. Jack Bates high, Mrst y Picke'ns Talley second, and Mrs. I Ha yd en Curry won third. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS KUP-ELEC, INC. INDUSTXIAL • COMMERCIAL KESIOENTIAL CONTRACTING 5-MS7 — 107 W. BUSINESSMEN learn to fly... while you travel it's the modern PIPER way! Mske yoer Si=:« isd moner do doubl* dun-'! Lcirn rs> 67 whilz traveling to a.id froni bti^tcrss zppoicnaenrs. En route, one of o^r qualified iastrunori a-ilt chftk roti <x:t at th: controls of ihf ;a$y-t(v3y Fipjr Tri-Pacer. IB thii comfortable. 4-pUcs" ilrpliae. with coordinjrsd coazroU ;bit miks flj-inj is sLnp!- u crn-:n^ i raj. j-ou'll be rmdy to scio ta iesj tinie thin fou'd think ffi»n* for »ur ipvcie) * l L»*m WhU Travel" brachurv. M vltrt {K* •nrf In ui |[T> vfra templit. DEL RIO FLYING SERVICE DEL RIO AIRPORT-PR 5-3B1 1 SMART RINGS FOR DAD Selection Includes; IniJial Rings,. His Birthstone Ring, Fraternal Rings & Others 8.95 up MEN'S FINE WATCHES 18.50 up OTHER FATHER'S DAY GIFT SUGGESTIONS: BRUSHES BELT BUCKLES BOOKENDS BAROMETERS SHAVERS BINOCULARS ID BRACELETS LIGHTERS" SUNGLASSES LUGGAGE WO O D JEWELERS "Buy With Confidence — Own With Pride" 601 S. MAIN _ ..'. : DEL RiO, TEXAS Miss Jo Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 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