Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 8, 1961 · Page 3
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Kr-^t" iV^"* pride of Miss Jo Ann Brown, dau«hter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Brown, became the bride of Marvin Henry Belch Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the First Baptist Church. Dr. Milton Bradford, pastor of the church, performed Ihe double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage b3 her father. She wore a floor length gown of white Chan- lily lace over satin. The long fitted torso had a V-shaped neckline scalloped and outlined m pearls. Long fitted sleeevs of Sace ended in points over her hands and the satm skirt featured an overskirt of lace scalloped at the hemline. A tiara held her waist length veil of net edged in lace and she wore a single strand of pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a-white orchid encircled with white carnations. Mrs. Robert D. Rose %vas her sister's matron of honor and Mrs; David H. Cummingham was the bride's other attendant. They wore street length frocks of pink- coral nylon chiffon over taffeta. They wore matching straw circlets with brief veils and carried white carnations in~ p'ink coral colonials tied with pink coral ribbons. ' Cynthia Home was the flower girl. She wore a white-nylon street length frock trimmed, in lace and she carried a white basket of rose petals. . Gerald .Meredith .carried the rings on a heart-shaped white satin pillow." , Dewey Griffith was the best man and Clifton Boyd was the groomsman. Serving .as • ushers were Howard Pupura, Maurice Me'Bce, James Landon and James Gibbons. Howard Pupura and Maurice McBee were candlelighters. | Providing the background forj the exchange of vows were floor 1 baskets of white gladioli and floor I candelabra bearing burning white j tapers. . i- Sammy Scifres of Abilene sang* "The Day of Golden Promise" j as the pro-nuptial solo. As the j ceremony was completed, he sang [ "The Lord's Prayer." Playing his \ accompaniment and the tradition- j al wedding marches was Mrs. | Arthur, Homo. \ A reception was held in the { church parlor after the wedding. | For her daughter's . wedding, | Mrs. Brown wore blue lace with | bone accessories. Her flowers [ were white carnations tied, with • blue ribbon. "Mrs. ~.M. O. Briggs. | grandmother of the bride, chose I lavender lace with white acccs- j sorics and white carnations. j Mrs. Sammy Scifres was in j charge of the bride's book at a I table holding a crystal vase with \ a single pink carnation. . I The table was laid in white taf-; fcta draped With white net and] centered with pink and white car-;, nations in a mist of pink net. The [ tiered white wedding cake was j decorated with pink blossoms and: pink net and topped with a min-j iature bridal couple, in a heart of j pink net. . i Miss Martha Payne of Baird j served the cake after the bridal j couple- cut the first slice. Mrs. j Martin C. Risinger of Dickinson! poured the punch. . .' . i Assisting in serving were Mes-j dames J. R. Black, Sam Pasley. j J. P. . Calk, E. V. Adams and! .W, . L. Ming. i •When- the couple -left the bride' was wearing a rose shantung suit I with white accessories. She wore J a white orchid al her shoulder, j The couple" will reside at 12-11 | C Ambler in Abilene, where they • will attend Hardin-Simmons Uni-1 vcrsity. j Out of town guests here for the | wedding included Miss Martha: Payne of Baird. Fred Smith of- Abilene,. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy i Scifres of. Abilene, • Mr. and Mrs,: Martin C. Risinger. Jane Lee. I Mark and Jeffry Risinger of Dick-; inson, Mrs. O. P. Jcffers'of Bay-; cliff, Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Blackley; and Charles of Carrizo Springs and j C. L. Brook of San .Antonio. ; *-- . <V_> ^*. ^S? •t ^ r^ - Corn* Woottn To W^J. Ferguson V. Here Wednesday vf^f Mrs. Carrie Rose Wooten and W. J. Ferguson Jr., both of S*n- derson, were married Wednesday morning at 10;30 o'clock in the First Methodist Church with Rev. Roy Shilling officiating. Mrs. Ferguson, daughter of Mr|. Burke Rose of Del Rio and the late Mr. Hose, was reared in Del Rio and attended school here. Mr. Ferguson owns and operates a motor company to Sanderson. Attending the wedding were Mrs. Woolen's son in law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Smith of Langtry, and their children and another daughter, Miss Sharon Wooten of Sanderson; her brother and sisler-in-la\v\ Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rose of Sanderson and her mother, Mrs. Burke Rose of Del Rio. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson w'rll be at home in Sanderson. - •^f v 3 *^ • • "••«>- •j- =* i v T+ +*, SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY «*itt •**?',•» J«* Ricks, *lll b* ••wt •**» tlwwvr in Pr«t*«r H_ll *f St. Jam**' Episcopal Church b*tw«*n th* hours of 5 and 7 p.m. Hostesses are MvMUmes Marvin Charlton, Walter Fawcett, Sparks Go. lick, Edward V. Jarrett, W. E, Ogl*$by, John Rowland Jr., Rafph J. Sinclair, Gordon Smith and Herbert Walker. Th* Forge t-M«-Not-Junior Garden Club will meet at 120 Aduna at 9 a.m. to go to Alamo Village north of Bracket!ville for a Dutch treat luncheon. Officers will be installed. SATURDAY Miss Gloria Gwert Calk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Calk, and Richard. Stuart Jenkins, son of Mrs. Hilda Jenkins of Houston, will be married at 8 o'clock in the evening in the First Baptist Church with Dr. Milton Bradford officiating. New Officers Of San Felipe Lioness ^v- " ^ •, * Club Installed At Al Fresco Party MR. AND MRS. MARVIN HENRY BELCH Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 14 [Meet .Wednesday'. The Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 14 met in weekly session \Vednesday afternoon in the Girl Scout Hut. They prepared a one-pot main dish and baked biscuits and cookies. They also prepared a beverage. Attending were Yieki Band. Elvira Cortinas; S_andy McMains, i Patricia Moorefield, Deborah Williams and Ella Brite: the leaders. Mrs. M. H. Williams and Mrs. R. x\i. Price. If you form parsley sprigs into a tight bunch, you can do a neat job of mincing them with a kitchen scissors. - Dear Abby .',... ANOTHER .-"DO-GOODER!' By Abigail Van Buren " Dt.AR ABBY: P3ensc answer this before Sunday. \Viuu \vouid happen 'if, during a wending ceremony \vhen the preacher asks, "If there is anyone present who knows of arty reason .why ihese «wo should riot be joined ;n ho!y matrimony, speak now or forever ho!c your peace,'' somebody stood up asui sUHCxi as, objection? You see. Abby, \hss girl is 17 .anei pregnant. The siuiit is a \vido\ver, about-30. He has two children. 3 and 5. He doesn't know who jhEs giri go? mixed up v.-lth. turf says he ooesn": care. AH he is leaking for is a mother ior his children. And all The gir! is itKiking for ss it man who will siavc her from riisgrsce. Shouldn't ^orrsc decent-citizen object to this rr.arriase? JvEEDS AN ANSWER DKAK XEEDS: In my book, there is one ingredient thai is essential to the success of every marriage — two people who truly need each other. This couple qualifies. • 5? *" j; i- ^ DEAR ABBY: "I am a v-cman who has been a "prnciica! nurse" for thirty years. I have foee;i engaged to stay in homes with as niii.iy as six children while their parents iiave eone 0:1 vccaisons for a month at a lime. -Yesterday I was called by a wealthy wwman who -'£v=feeti me if I would accept ;> . job in :;er hoir>.e for three weeks while "she and her husband ;ook .a trip. She said she had no-children, but. %vouid nay me my-regu- Uir fee it> stay there and take care of her DOG: Wc.ulo you have accepted the posi- lk.r.7 INSULTED DEAIi INSULTED: You're dos-goned ri^ht 1 \\-ouJd have' DEAR ABBY: I have been going "steadily" \vnh a very nice- boy, but he has 'one v-eiy- bad fat:U. When he walks, his bfick like a wet noodle, «r.<5 his nose is. poked down toward the ground; When we are wailing for a bus. he leans on anything that is handy. 1 would UKC to leU him io • improve' his posture, but I don't want to- hurt his feelings. He is 15.- Can you give me some advice? . ~ " - SLU.MPY'S GIRL •DEAU GIUL: If you like this h<»>- <^U hUn iu a friendly way that he would be ntuch better lurking if he straishicnen up and. stood and w-alked erectly. .If hip likes you., lie will'realize thai you arc tclHtisr him for*Tfiis own good, and he-won't he hurt. • t V - -i = . DEAR ABBY: About v.vo years ago an unusual item appeared in your .column. I thought it was wonderful jaJ clipped it out. It Avas your recipe for 'haypirtess.'V.'ould you please print it again for others who miyht have missed U? It has helper me so very much. Thank >v>u. MAX1JCE D. -* Take 2 heaping cups of patience 1 hcarlful of 5ove 2 • hurtd.Kfi'l of generosity - Dash of hiughfcr "I headf'.ii .ol .•underst;in«iHS' Sprinkle generously with Jdminess Add plenty of faith -inn mix we!l Spread over a period of s lifetime And serve everybody yc-u meet, Arc things rough? Let Abbv heii> you ,.,451*1 ve. your problem. For -a persona! reply. 'write ',o "Abby, Box 33R5. BeverSy Hi!\s. Calif. Enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Who pay.s for what, and haw do you so about planning a lovely, inexpensive wed-: ding? Send 50:- for Abby's wedding pamphlet, in care -of- this paper. (Distributed by McXaughl Syndicate, Inc.-)' "Glancing Back 25 Years Ago HOSPITAL NOTES In the Del Rio Hospital for medical treatment are Gilbert Munoz and Cynthia Ann Ramirez; Mrs. ( Vcrna Farris is a patient in that) hospital, recovering from a broken arm; Sicoro Magallcnos underwent major surgery there. •**-»* i Mrs. .No!a Locker and Tom Her-j nandcz are among the patients in Val Verde Memorial Hospital. June 4, 193S j Dr. John R. Briakioy landed j 3 l:5-po«nc tarpon in Gulf wa- | ters Thursday, a menage io the 1 Dei Kio Evenlns N'evvs jlatcd. ! The Large fish was reported a ! neauliutl specimen. "! \vtlJ have it mounted for the Brinkiey Piib- lie Library." Dr. Brinkiey, stat- i ed. PRESENTING . . . An eight-pound, six-ounce son, born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas de la Rosa in the Dol Rio Hospital. ' « t a « A seven - pound, three - ounce daughter; horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jcase Mcndez Wednesday in the Del Rio Hospital, MORE LAWFUL ROCHESTER, N.Y. (.fl —Rochester Vpolice say lhal of the 12,632 people Ihey arrested for traific. violations last year, only J5 per cenU were women. A'-Wary beater often does wonders ', in removing * lumps from a sau-o! West Texas Fellowship to Meet Here Friday The West Texas Fellowship is' meeting in Victory Baptist Church < Friday with sll day fellowship and services Friday eight at 7:45 o'-j clock. - " Jack Powers will be the! Max .Mills Jr.',-son'of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mills, was reported quite ill Thursday in Laredo, where the little boy and his mother were visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Rhodes. A registered nurse, Miss Cora White, left Del Rio Thursday morning to attend the child. * 9 P • Miss Nctli Rau was in Brack- cttville Wednesday night for a dance recital. a • • A Dee Finlcy and Clay Kitcncns, commission men of Fort Worth, were in Del Rio Wednesdav. J Mrs. Ross Kinrsey entertained | Wednesday afternoon in her 1 home. TOO Spring Street, honor- i ing her two litUc daughters. - Ruby Liscille and Pa;ue Ruth. in celebration of their tenth and eighth birthday anniversaries.' j .,.-•*•• | Portraits of -Judge Roy Bean i and Lily Langtry have been t painted by H. C. Furnish, Dallas, ; commercial artist, for exhibition in the "Jersey Lily" l on the 1 Texas' Centennial ijrmiri'iis. The | portraits were painled trom ' early prints. special speaker Friday night. Classified Ads Brin- Resells NOTICE! "Swimming Doys Ahead" A-lceubfc-fre*. ihof», C*W Wove with Hair Get I Set W U-50 (Sen on Rollers, Only) LILLY ESTRADA ADELE'S BEAUTY SALON •405 E. ftfowferay-Mw fit 5^474 The COTTAGE 503 AVE. f PR 5-4878 ANNOUNCES PRE-SUMMER SALE! 20% OFF ON ALL VACATION SPORTSWEAR Nationolly advertised shorts, dresses, deck pants. Slim 'Jim*, etc. : - STORE HOURS - 8:30 A.M. TO 6 P.M. FRIDAYS, OPEN UNTIL 8:00 P.M. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Mrs. Joe Gucrra was installed jas president of the San Felipe »Lioness Club at an al/^esco party ! at her residence with Richard i Cortinas as the installing officer. i Other officers assuming their 'duties were Mrs. Richard Corti- Snas, vice president: Mrs. Robert j Felan, secretary Mrs. Alfred Lay, j treasurer, Mrs J. B Pena, parliamentarian and reporter; Mrs. i Segundo Guajardo, historian; di t reitora, Mr^. Robert Martinez, Mrs R D, Weaver and Mrs 1 R. Barrera, membership chairman, f Mrs. Alfred Carrania ' Bridge tables laid m brightly colored clath> and centered with I potted plants wore &ct about the *lawn r under the irccs, surrounding ] the cement platform where the -[games', directed by ASrs. Alfred j Lay, wero played. i Assisting in serving were Mcs- ' dames Robert Martinez. R D '.Weaver, Alfred Carrania, Joe .Gucrra and J. B. Pena. ' Attending the party were Messrs land Mesdamei Joe Guerra, Richi ard Cortinas. Alfred La\\ Robert Martinez, R. D. Weaver, 1. R. Barrera, Alfred Carranza, Reynaldo Parcdes, Pedro Morales, Robert Kone, Joe Garza, Joe Castro, J, B. Pena and Mr*. A. S, Pena j ' AApnfJnn ''ICC I Illy f\n OR I * J* " f •» "» ~«& Lydia Courvier \ t ~, "j* All Afllllt MUUI1 ?lrs. Lydia plimented at' a lingerie shower Wednesday evening- in-ihe^bbwe of Mrs Cris Aldretc 205 ChUwM- hua Street. ' TV Ffostesses \vere Mrs, Aldreie and :airs. Terry Maldonado, J*rs. tMf» , | Gutierrez and Mrs. Lucy Dren« inon. , - % Mr-; Courvier will bo married' Sunday afternoon io First Lieu- lenant Stephen A, Soltcsz in- St, The C ake Those interested m free adult classes in homcmaking aro invited to meet tonight at 7-30 o'clock SLJEL* 8 ! F nXS Stto Y°±t ii-S-J-fi^ Mrs John Pearson will teach J fu ^tn ,jucsts attended. cja«e 5 in food preparation and! n CLASSIFIED ADS clothing construction There will «•«•. be no charge for the classes. ~ The group wilt be divided into 4 -v^< cta>sc-j, to mc'cl at their conveni-' cnce, after tonight's meeting, Mrs. Pearson said, < Note to new cooks: Don't store or.ions or potatoes. in the refrig- ', erator. FURNITURE REPAIRS Refinishing — Upholstery PR 5-4000 After 5 p.m. {('•1'! SAMPLE SIZES LADIES SHOES CANVAS and HOUSE MEN'S WASH 'H WEAR COTTON Sport Shirt SIZES 5 to 6 • It Pair ASSORTED PRINTS • SMALL • MEDIUM • LARGE I SAMPLE SIZES LADIES SHOES SPECIAL PURCHASE WOMEN'S SUMMER SLEEPWEAR I 61 SANDALS and-FLATS IN MESH and LEATHER SIZES -5Vi 1 til Poir 88 X 80 BATISTE BABY DOLL PAJAMAS WAITZ LENGTH GOWNS CAPRI PAJAMAS GROUP BETTER QUALITY LADIES' SAMPLE SIZE SHOES High Heels & Fiats Low Heels WOMEN'S NYLON HOSE >\ 60 GAUGE 15 DENIER NUDE • TANTONE ROSE • OFF BLACK StZE S : -7 to 11 499

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