Miss Debra Young Wed To Ralph George Huttq CHURCH CALENpAR Miss Debra Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Young, became the bride of Ralph George Hutto Saturday in the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Fred Wiesen officiating. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Charles Rose and Ray Hutto. The bride, given in marriage by her rather, wore a beautifully fitted A-line wedding gown of platinum Alaskine topped with flowers of seed pearls blossoming extravagantly and rising above identical floral designs of white silk crewel embroidery. This design flowed over the shoulder and down the back to a double obi bow where the chapel length train was attached, flowerettes of pearl encircled the sleeve edging. The bride wore fresh white hyacinth blossoms in her hair and she carried a long cascade of stephanotis, Phalaenopsis and gypsophelia with a white Cattleya orchid in the center. Miss Joe Mears of Post, Tex., was the maid of honor. She wore a shadow design of the bride's gown in petal pink monk's satin, an boi sash of matching color tied in the back and cascading as a train to the floor. Clusters of white pearl flowers and pink velvet bows adorned the cuff of the long tailored sleeve and she wore pink jeweled organza butterflies in her hair. The bride's other attendants were Miss Linda Wood, Miss Karen Young, Miss Cindy Mandell of Uvalde, Miss Susan Foster, Miss Cindy Childs of San Angelo, Mrs. S. Harrison, Mrs. Robert Feigan of Post, Miss Jill Kemp, Miss Becky Brien and Mrs. Zeke Bradford. They wore ice pink glazed Italian brocade on empire lines with fitted A-line formal skirts with sashes sweeping to the floor. Small organza butterflies were worn in their hair and the maid of honor and attendants carried nosegays of pink carnations and gypsophelia and pink butterflies tied with satin ribbons in shades of pink. S. Harrison was the best man . and groomsmen were Sam Frizzell of Houston, Carl Payne of Snyder, Jimmy Hays of Houston, Tom Epperson of Roswell, N.M., Zeke Bradford of Sanderson, Ronnie Adams, Joe Clarke, Gary Humphreys, •Tommy Gene Simmons, Lynn Lueders of Fredericksburg and Carl Cloudt of College Station. Ushers were Billy Foster, Michael Young, B. West of College Station and Charles Lynn Stewart. Flower girls were Sissy Whitehead and Brenda Luce. They wore silk organza dresses of peony pink with sashes of cranberry and they carried baskets of pink rose petals. Roy Young, brother of the bride, was the ring bearer, the rings held in the beaks of two white doves nestled in an arrangement of pink peonies. Davis Graft was the soloist. He was accompanied by Mrs. G.M. Medlock. who also played the traditional wedding music. Baskets of white gladioli, white carnations and white Fuji mums against a wall of candles in black wrought iron candelabra in four tiers decorated the church. A reception in the San Felipe Country Club followed the wedding. The birde's table was laid in pink monk satin cloth with fluffy bows of self fabric encircling the lower edge of the cloth. A five-tiered strawberry cake, frosted in cotton candy pink icing, was topped with a miniature bridal couple. Fresh rose buds and orchids covered .the cake and trailed out to four additional wedding ring cakes arranged about the tiered cake. Bouquets matching the fresh flowers on the cake were at either end of the table. The bridegroom's table was laid in cranberry monk satin cloth with a cream cake in the shape of a boot with dozens of tapers in tones of pink nestled in ivy in brass candleholders. Brass service was used on the table. A petal pink satin cloth holding a pink bird cage filled with spring blossoms in shades of pink decorated the table holding the bride's book. The champagne table held a four-tiered silver champagne fountain with silver candelabrum on either side of the fountain. Distributing the rice bags were John Bill Hedrick of Post, Cliff Payne of Snyder, Taylor Whitehead and De-De Cook. Members of the house party included Mesdames Fred Brien Jr., Ross Foster, Robert Harris, J.W. Harrison, Steve Kemp, W.G. London Jr., ' Leonard Mauldin, ' Roland R, McCullough, Joe, Steele, L.S. Terry, Hamilton White, Lee , Roy Wood, W.E. Cook, Noble Taylor, Edward V. 'Jarrett, F.H. Whitehead Sir., Ronnie Adams, L.D. White Jr., Henry Billings, Tommy Gene Simmons and Billy Foster. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Young wore a delphinium blue Alaskine fitted sheath TUESDAY The Baptist Women and the Baptist Young Women will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the First Baptist Church for Bible Study and a social. A nursery will be provided. TUESDAY The Women of the Church Service Circle will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the church. Members are to bring sack lunches. TUESDAY Court St. Joan of Arc. Catholic Daughters of America, will meet at 7:30 Three Are Honored At Party J Hall with and Mrs. MRS. RALPH GEORGE HUTTO lavished with pearl and crystal beading at the neckline and cuffs. Mrs. Charles Rose, mother of the bridegroom, wore gold brocade with airy bodice fitted at the waist and extending into a flowing skirt. Both mothers wore white Cattleya orchids. For traveling the bride wore an Italian silk costume suit of daffodil yellow on princess style and embroidered in lime field flowers cascading down the front panel of the dress. She had yellow accessories and she wore a white orchid. Here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hays of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lueders of Fredericksburg, Bobi Hayter of Fort Stockton, Franceil Linton of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Epperson and William of Rocksprings, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Harrison of Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Giiliam of San Antonio, P.H. Coates IV and Debbie Coates of Brackettville, Mrs. W.H. Manning and their children of Lubbock, Mrs. Ernest McFarland of San Angelo, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Harrison and. Raye Nell of Alamogordto, N.M., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Hedrick, Robert Feigan, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young and Mr. and Mrs. L.P. Kennedy Jr. of Post, Carl Cloudt of College Station, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cloudt of Rocksprings, Mr. and Mrs. P. Peel of Post, Mrs. Kenneth Guthrie, Sue Neiswanger, Rebecca Neiswanger and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gerth with Richard Jr. and Jona of San Angelo. p.m. in the Parish Mrs. Ralph Tobin Stephen Baudo as hostesses. Police Chief J.R. Koog will be the speaker. TUESDAY The Priscilla Circle of the First United Methodist Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Bob Combs, 201 Joe Rice Drive. TUESDAY The Mary Martha Circle of the First United Methodist Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the House of Friendship of the church with Mrs. A.L. Williamson as hostess. TUESDAY The Sarah Circle of the First United Methodist Church will meet at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. H.A. Rountree, 203 Bougainvillea St. WEDNESDAY The Together Circle of the First United Methodist Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. hi the House of Friendship of the church. Mrs. Gerald Leonard, Mrs. Leroy Hutto and Mrs. L.D. Whitehead Jr. will be the hostesses for the meeting, Rehearsal Dinner ComplimentsCouple A Sunday sundae party was held in the home of Mrs. Edward Hollingsworth for Misses Karen Bradley, Becky Brien and Tanya Lemon on Easter Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Hostesses for the party were Miss Julieann Hollingsworth and her mother, Mrs. Hollingsworth. The carport served as an ice cream parlor with the walls gaily decorated with appropriate placards. ~ The tables were laid in spring green centered with soda glasses holding spring flowers and flanked with Coca Cola glasses holding spring green napkins. Adding to the color of the table were plates of decorated cookies in the shape of bunnies and butterflies. The serving table was laid in spring green and centered with an arrangement of fresh carnations in varied spring colors, a gift from the honorees. Miss Hollingsworth created sundaes and banana splits with numerous flavors of ice cream such as Charlie Brown, lemon custard, raspberry sherbet, i R.S.V. P. and others, with trimmings. Each honoree was presented a satin pillow case with her name painted on it by Katie Riedel, then each guest wrote her own name and a short message on the cases as a permanent souvenir , of the party. A matching pillowcase was also presented at the close of the party. Attending were the honor guests and Misses Kathleen Abbett, Becky Taylor, Cindi Johnson, Dana Monroe, Peggy Eardley, Katie Riedel, Noel Robb, Jiggy Adams, Susan Foster, Susan Lowry, Terry Moon and Pat Mitchell, with the hostesses. DEL flIP (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Sunday. April 18,1971-3B Garden Tips AT HOME-Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Coykendall Jr. are at home in Dallas following their wedding in Acapulco, Mex. Mrs. Coykendall is the former Miss Dory Benitez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Benitez of Del Rio. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Coykendall Sr. of Florence, Ariz. He is a native of Plainview, Tex., and graduated from Missouri Military Academy and the University of Oklahoma. He is presently employed in Dallas. Parents of the bride reside at 419 Las Vacas St. in Del Rio, Mrs. Coykendall is a junior student at the University of Texas in Arlington. - By the Morning Glory Garden Club KEEP GARDEN TOOLS CLEAN It is good practice to clean all your tools before you put them away each day. As a reminder, hang a couple of old gunny sacks on a hook inside your tool shed door as cleaning cloths. Have a can of oiled sand in a convenient spot so you can stick tooks into it after use. Tools kept.shiny and free of rust will last much longer and do a more efficient job. NEATER FLOWER BEDS After heavy rains, many garden flowers are splashed with mud. To keep your annuals and bulbs free from dirt, mulch the ground around them. Not only will you have clean flowers but the beds themselves will look neater. PLANT GLADIOLUS These are almost fool proof plants for bright spots of color in the garden and they are superb for cut flowers. When the plants are 10 inches tall, insert stakes every two feet or so and loop stout twine around foliage for support of the blooms. PRUNE Prune any plants or trees that have been injured by the storm. Clean up beds containing plants exhausted • after bloom. CHRYSANTHEMUMS Give plants a chance to rest after their first heavy bloom. Remove dead flowers. Feed lightly. Prune back very tall canes. Feed chrysanthemums every three or four weeks. MULCH Peat moss is the perfect soil conditioner. It can be used in every lawn and garden. It gives you more garden luxuriance with less watering and it makes for healthier, richer and more workable soil. It is ideal for azaleas, camellias, rhododendrons and other acid loving plants. It will save you work. It conditions light and heavy soils to perfection. Garden Information MRS. JOHN ALMOND Jr. A rehearsal dinner for the Hutto-Young wedding party was given 'by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose Friday evening in Holiday Inn. Mrs. Rose's son, Ralph George Hutto, and Miss Debra Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Young, were married Saturday evening in the First Baptist Church. Arrangements of pink carnations, mums and daisies decorated the dinner tables. Gifts were presented to members of the wedding party. Approximately 80 attended the reception. SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY North Heights Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association will meet at 3:30 p.m. with Col. Edwin E. Ramos, M.D., of Laughlin Air Force Base as the speaker. A nursery will be available for pre-school children. Tips Cook a package of frozen mixed vegetables, drain and cool. Mix with sliced pimiento- stuffed green olives and thinly sliced scallions (green onions). Moisten with French dressing and serve on salad greens. Add about one-quarter cup Italian-style salad dressing to a pound of ground beef; shape into patties and pan fry. LOSE 1 TO 10 INCHES IN 1 HOUR NOW... YOU CAN CONTOUR YOUR FIGURE AS THE MOVIE STARS DO LOSE 1-10 INCHES IN ONE HOUR IN THE PRIVACY OF YOUR OWN HOME WITHOUT DIETING WITHOUT USE OF DRUGS WITHOUT EXERCISING from the spas of Europe RELAX "N" TRIM IS HERE FOR COMPLETE 'INFORMATION CALL Sunday-775-2591 Monday—775-3521 PRICE SALE! On Original Oil Paintings & Abstracts. _ i • ' ' ' * Drawings & Water Colors! i Starting Sat. 17 Thru, 24th, At2454 Ave. F Del Rio LLER SIGN SERVICE PH. 775-8822 Day or BEAUTIFUL FREE MOTHERS DAY GIFTWRAPPING WE ALSO WRAP FOR THE MAIL The Store That Knows MOST About Values • I 1 / '• V u ' '•'..
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