Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 4, 1971 · Page 17
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2B-DEL Rib (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Sunday, April 4, 1971 Miss Castaneda Married Memorials To Lt.Dennis M.Howard Listed Miss Paula Cecilia Castaneda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angel G. Castaneda, 'and Lieut. Dennis M. Howard, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Howard of Falls Church, Va., exchanged wedding vows Sunday at 6 o'clock in the evening in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic . Church here with the Rev. Herbert Hooks, O.M.I., officiating before an altar of white gladioli and greenery. The.bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely In white silk organza over satin, the white lace appliques centered with mother of peart rmarking the empire bodice, neckline and cuffs of the full bishop sleeves. An A-line skirt extended from the empire waistline and featured Jhe lace appliques. Her tiered, • lace bordered floor length veil of illusion was held by a crystal and seed pearl headdress, accented with small blossoms. She carried a .. bouquet of crystal and seed pearls interspersed with white ribbons. She wore the traditional- "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Mrs. Adan Castaneda was her sister-in-law's matron of honor and Miss Nancy Howard, sister of the. bridegroom, was the maid of honor. Other attendants were Miss Elizama Casillas and Miss Terry Ciiadriello. They wore former empire gowns of peach' crepe with the matron of honor wearing a gown of gold crepe. Each carried a small bouquet of gold and peach roses with matching ribbons. Their headdresses were lilies of the •valley in tones of gold and peach. t Gary W. Howard was his brother's best man and Adan Castaneda, brother of the bride, was the groomsman. Seating the guests was Ron Tippett of Washington, D.C., cousin of the bridegroom. Mrs. Castaneda, mother of the bride, wore sky blue with lace coat and white carnations with silver accesslWfes. Mrs. Howard, mother of the bridegroom, was attired in lime green with gold accessories and white carnations. Miss Lupita Martinez played the traditional organ wedding music. A reception in the Kennedy Room of the. Del Rio Civic Center followed the wedding. The bride's table was laid in ivory embroidered lace over white linen. The white, tiered LT. AND MRS. DENNIS M. HOWARD wedding cake was decorated with pale yellow and white roses and topped with a miniature bridal couple. It was served by Misses Olivia Munoz and Beatrice Medina. Punch was poured from a crystal bowl. After the reception the couple left for Florida, where, Lt. Howard will undergo five weeks of additional training. Mrs. Howard. will., then, return , to Del Rio 1 " while he is : On 'a 13-month tour of duty- in Southeast Asia. " ' • For traveling the bride wore .a blue knit pant suit with red pin stripes and her accessories were red. Out-of-town guests included Lewis "Howard, Miss Nancy Howard and Gary W. Howard of Falls Church, Va.; Miss Ana Howard of Baltimore, Md., Ron Tippett of Washington, D.C., Mr. and Mrs. Adan Castaneda and Audrey, Martha, Tracey and Adan Corey of Austin, Miss Debbie Ortega of San Antonio, Lt. Larry Hilssen of New Jersey and Lt. Jqn Heine of Roswell. N.M. Rio's Chalet Presents Dinner For Couple A rehearsal dinner honoring the Howard-Castaneda wedding party was given by Mr. and rs. Joseph Lewis Howard of alls Church, Va., Saturday evening in La Siesta lestaurant. Their son, Lt. Dennis M. Howard, married Miss Paula ecilia Castaneda, daughter of Vlr. and Mrs. Angel G. Hastaneda, Sunday evening in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Members of the wedding )arty attended the dinner bllowing the rehearsal. METHODIST CONTRIBUTION United Methodists in the United States contributed 545,597. 287 in 1970 tosupport the denomination's benevolent and administrative program throughout the world. The Val Verde County unit of the American Cancer Society has acknowledged the following memorial gifts: In memory of Robert Baker, contributions were made by Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Gabbert, Mrs. T.P. Cook and C.A. Donaldson, Amy L. Kemp and Mr. and Mrs. Dan S. Moore Jr. ; A memorial for Rafael Perez Sr. wasi.given by Mr. and Mrs. Vicente Cantu and one for J.K. Eshenour of Anadarko, Okla., was presented by Frea Eshenour., A memorial for H. del Pozo was presented by Jack E. Blizard and memorials for Mrs. Dave Stool were given by Mr. and Mrs. George Flynt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Combs, Mrs. Tim B. Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Schaut. Memorials also included one for Mrs. Troy Erwin of Odessa by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Combs; for Mr. Ellingwood of Houston by the North American Benefit Association; for Mrs. Aurelia Rodriguez of Galveston by T. Sgt. and Mrs.' John P. Gordon of San Antonio; for Catalina D. Hernandez by Joe A. Hernandez and Edward R. Palmer by Mr. and Mrs. Dow Palmer as well as one for Dock Gabriel of Meridian, Miss., •from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merkin. Memorials for Mrs. L.H. Clark were presented by Miss Ruth Greenwood, Mrs. Tim B. Cob and Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Schaut; a memorial for E.L. Trucedal of Ira an was given by Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Fisher and one for the Rev. T.S. Stauffer was presented by Ernest H. Green. Memorials for Louis D. Brauer were presented by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ross, Miss Ruth Greenwood, Mrs. T.P; Cook and C.A. Donaldson, Mrs. Tim B. Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Schaut. A memorial for O.L. McKinney was given by Mr. and Mrs. Don McWilliams; for Mrs. Myrtle Brotherton by Mr. and Mrs. Therrell Rose; for Mrs. Asa Beach of San Antonio by Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Brumley and Acton; for Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bode by Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Nelson; for Cpl. John S. Wasilow by S.M.Sgt. and Mrs. R.M. Morris of Hickam Air For.ce Base, Hawaii; for Mrs. Velma Moore of Philadelphia, Miss., by Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crenshaw. Mignonette Garden Club Holds Meeting Gratz Myers Jr. was the speaker for the Mignonette Garden Club at the regular meeting of the organization Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock on the patio at the home of Mrs. Wesley :E. Stiles, 3P4 Nicholson St. He spoke on the hanging .basket, mentioning various types and listing plants that do well in such baskets. He said some plants of this type require shade and some need sun. He displayed hanging baskets and a variety of plants in them and he explained characteristics of • soil, in which they thrive as well as feeding of such plants. He said hanging baskets require care, and told how they may be cared for by the home gardener. • Mrs. Wesley E. Stiles presided at the business meeting. Mrs. O.D. Finegan reported on the district convention held in Stamford, when, the club received a first place award for the president's report. New officers of the Buena Vista Garden Club, recently organized, were introduced at the meeting. They included Mrs. Irvin ~ H. Luke, president; Mrs. Ross Lagow, secretary and Mrs. James C roctor, treasurer. ENGAGED-Miss Estela Talamantez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Esequiel Talamantez, 304 W. 3rd St., is engaged to be married to Robert Zaragoza, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ignacio Zaragoza Sr., her parents have announced. The wedding is planned for July 11 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Miss Talamantez was reared in Del Rio, graduated from Del Rio High School and received a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Texas A&l University in Kingsville. Her fiance, reared here, graduated from San Felipe High School and attended Sul Ross State University in Alpine. He is serving in the United States Army, now stationed in Germany. , Moody : * Cafeteria Menus Moody Cafeteria serves all schools in the San Felipe Independent School District. Mrs. Irene Sandoval, the manager, has announced the menus for the week as follows: MONDAY, ground beef and rice casserole, pinto beans, batter bread and fruit; TUESDAY, hot dogs, potato chips, salad, relish, milk and ice cream; WEDNESDAY, pork chopettes, Tater tots, tossed salad, bread, milk and fresh app!es;THURSDAY, ham dinner with all the trimmings; FRIDAY, no classes. Junior rr- Half Size — Regular DRESSES in our Red Carpet Dollar Day ad should read.... Were *T0*° to $ 80 00 ^/2 PRICE ^CoMtadee * The Store That Knows MOST About Value Ross Drug Store and Elizabeth Arden Have A Gift For You MRS. BETTY VALDEZ MUSQUIZ Professional in Wig Styling and Cutting. Recently assisted Miss Kitty at Gibsons Discount Center. INTRODUCING "BEAUTILON" THE WORLDS MOST ADVANCED SYNTHETIC FIBER (ACRYLIC - P.V.C.). 100% HAND WASHABLE IN COOL WATER-DRIPS DRY IN A JIFFY - REQUIRES NO ROLLING JUST BRUSH&GO! One Week Only! Starting April 5th. 4 P.M. Til 7 P.M. No need to even look unglamorous again—pot with fabulous wig stales like ours. • $94 DO 24 Wig Cut and Styled RIO'S CHALET WIGS-l COSMETICS - DRESSES Debra Young Honor Guest at Shower A prettily appointed lingerie shower complimenting Miss Debra Young was given Thursday between the hours of 7:30 and 9 o'clock in the evening Ill—the home of Mrs. O.D. Beaty, 109 John Glenn Drive. Miss Young is to be married to Ralph George Hutto April 10. The honoree and her mother, Mrs. Gaylon Young, greeted the guests with. Mrs. C.R. Rose, mother of Miss Young's fiance. For the occasion Miss Young wore a long print jersey in tones of pink and cranberry, her chosen colors. Her flowers were pink carnations. The table was laid in white lin.en and was centered with a large brandy snifter of carnations in tones of pink to cranberry. The service was crystal. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Ronnie Adams and Mrs.Hamilton White. Hostesses for the shower were Mesdames O.D. Beaty, Lucille Allen, J.R. Carmon, Burney Glynn, William J: .Killmade, E.A. Moorefield, Fred Neumeyer and W.H. O'Bryant. Ross Drug Store... Where the Easter bunny shops for the loveliest of Easter gifts avialable In Del Rio. Be a wise Easter bunny choose your gifts from.., Beginning Monday, stop by our beauty boutique and learn the latest beauty tricks including Elizabeth Arden's Night and Day Plan. Indulge yourself in her body-romancing fragrances. And with your five dollar purchase you will receive a special gift pack for men from Elizabeth Arden: Cologne for the final after shower splash on, afjer shave lotion that soothes, smooths, and protects the skin, and Sandlwood soap with the brisk Sandalwood scent. Plan to stop by tomorrow. DRUGSTORE , ',- , •' -. .. -!•-•• ; - . ..'- ; • , . , , .: . 800%.%ain - "Your Prescription - Our Main'Concern - 775-2465 DRUGSTORE :-:! I j ' ''"•', Sj3^w.-,.j,,,,»iia*M» . : V ' ' 800 S. Main - "Your Prescription - Our Main Cbncern - 775-2465

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