San Antonio Express from San Antonio, Texas on April 2, 1967 · Page 62
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mr. dandrrtak'5 tawrlanpanmi (jcalmtt Sif* 460 North Star Mail Dl 4-8541 SALAD DRESSINGS erras Om» Son Francs ngma! F-ench Oppv Sted aesar 2 ■ r’-e*t o i •• ;■ ' a n i Ha er ^ f a f d Mc-'‘K Fffvh B e C‘ • 1 :wmr;n ■ «**—» i Engaged Miss Mary Collene Royal and William Standley Myers will exchange nuptial vows on June 9 in Beacon Hill Baptist Church Their approaching marriage is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Horace Waide Royal, parents of the bride-elect. Miss Royal is a graduate of Jefferson High School where she was a member of the Jeffersonaires. She was also a member of the Youth for Christ Ensemble. Mr. Myers is the son of Maj. (ret.) and Mrs. Collin S. Myers. He attended Jefferson High School where he was a member of the ROTC. Burrier-Wcnzcl Now in season: Faberge's swingy, zingy, fragrance-forfun that makes the scene just once a year ... in a light-hearted series of seh and singles. From the top, Faberge's fanciful new re-usable vanity tray in a go-with-anything daisy print, fitted out with froufrou for the bath in refreshing Straw Hat Cologne Spray and matching Bath Powder with lamb's wool ballet puff, $6 the set. Straw Hatbox carry, all with Cologne Extraordinaire, Savon Extraordinaire, Skin and Bath Perfume, imported from France, $5 the set. St. Luke’s Catholic Church will be the setting on Jime 10 : for the wedding of Miss Doris Ann Burner and Charles Conrad Wenzel. Their approaching marriage is announced by the bride-elect’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Vernon Burner. Miss Burner attended MacArthur High School, where she was a member of the Bairns. She is currently a student at Sam Houston High School. Mr. Wenzel is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Joe Wenzel. He attended Holy Cross High School. Torres4,allegos Miss Norma Jean Torres and Joseph Gallegos will lie manned on June 24 in St James Catholic Church. Their engagement is announced by the bride-elect’s parents, Mr and Mrs. Arnold 11 Torres The bride-elect is a graduate of Burbank High School. She has served as president of Future Teachers of America, was a member of the school band, Student Council and was voted Most Outstanding Senior. She is currently attending San Antonio College. Her fiance is the son of Mr and Mrs Jose Gallegos. He was graduated from central Catholic High School, attended I ex as A&M t niversity. Up is wrung a tour of duty m the , U S. Air Force. Toiletries, Main Floor Plaza, Las Palmas and North Star Mall Order by Moil or Phone CA 7 421 1 i Weekday* 8 a m, 'til 9 p m. Joske t of Texai, San Antonio, Texa* 78206 j 1^9- ( ) chk. ( ) m.o. ( ) c o d ( ) I Plea** »end me th* following toiletnei m Faberge t Straw Hat flagrant* a» odvertned I plwi 2"e *tate tax: I Quon. Item Nom* Addr*»* Out*id# delivery oren píeme odd £0t for handling, ouHid* Te*m USE YOUR HANDY JOSKE CHARGA-PLATE! Last week! Our furrier has just returned from New York with the newest and most exciting 1967 fur styles. Each fur i$ styled and designed for you individ­ ually. We have a special price on the restyling of mink. With Joske's your fur is in the best of hands . . . our craftsmen are experts. Use one of Joske's convenient payment plans! Fur Restyling Salon, Second Floor, Downtown Only PARK 2 HOURS FREE WITH JOSKE PURCHASE! Page 2-F San Antonio EXPRESS/NEWS — Sunday, April 2, 1967 TRAILS A AD TANGENTS Poehleiii'Quinney Joskes of Texas WOLFF AND MARX Special! Pre-season fur restyling prices! Cordova-Otal Dr. and Mrs. Alberto Cordova announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Alina Cordova, to Carlos Otal III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Otal. Miss Cordova is a graduate of Ursuline Academy and attended Maryville College of the Sacred Heart. St. Louis, Mo. She is presently a junior at St. Mary’s University. Mr. Otal graduated from Central Catholic High School and St. Mary’s University where he was a member of Rho Beta Gamma. The couple will be married May 28 in St. Paul’s Catholic Church. Bryan t-Hub bard Miss Linda Kay Bryant and Lt. Ronald Paul Hubbard will be married June 10 in St. Paul’s Catholic Church. Their engagement is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crist Bryant, parents of the bride-elect' The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vincent Hubbard of Reading, Mass. Miss Bryant is a graduate of Jefferson High School and attended the University of Texas. Lt. Hubbard graduated from Merrimack College, North Andover, Mass., and is presently stationed at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson. Ariz. Hanzelka-South Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hanzelka of Hungerford announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelvn Marie, to Durward Allen South, son of Mrs. Durward W. South and the late Mr. South. Their wedding is being planned for April 22 in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Hungerford. Lich ten ber Miss Loraine Nadine Lichtenberg and George F Levis will be married June 24 in St. Marv Magdalen's Catholic Church. Their engagement is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lichtenberg, parents of the bride-elect. Mr. Levis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Levis. Miss Lichtenberg is a graduate of Edison High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Honey Bears and Drill Team. The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of Central Catholic High School and attended Texas A&M University. He is presently a student at St. Mary’s University. Ochoa-Muniz Mr. and Mrs. Margarito Ochoa announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Mary C. Ochoa, to Rodolfo P. Muniz. He is the son of Mrs. Enrique Muniz and the late Mr. Muniz. The w edding will take place April 23 in San Juan De Los Lagos Church. Miss Ochoa is a graduate of Fox Tech High School where she was a member of the Red Jackets, Student Council, and the \ .I.C. Cosmotologv Club. She attended San Antonio College Mr. Muniz was graduated from Burbank High School where he was a member of the band. He attended the University of Texas. Boyer s-Parish Mr. and Mrs. William Clyde Boyers announce the engagement of their daughter. Donna Ruth, to George Russell Parish Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Russell Parish. The bride-elect graduated from Edison High School and attended Mary Hardin-Baylor College. She is presently a student at San Antonio College and is a member of Rho Delta Chi. Mr. Parish is a graduate of Jefferson High School and is also attending San Antonio College. He has completed a tour of dirty in the U.S. Navy. Their wedding is be'ing planned for June 24 in Manor Baptist Church. Miss Mary Sue Poehlcin will wed Douglas Wayne Quinney at on June 3 in Harlandale Presbyterian Church. The engagement is announced by her guardians, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Baiiey Lockhart Miss Poehlein is a graduate of Harlandale High School and attended San Antonio College. Mr. Quinnev. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Lee Quinney, is a graduate of Harlandale High and is a senior at the University of Texas. He belongs to the mechanical engineers dub. Jenschke-Craighcad The marriage of Miss Janelle M Jenschke and Donald L. Craighead will be solemnized June 17 in Castle Hills Baptist Church, Their engagement is announced by the brkle-elect’s mother, Mrs. L. J. Jenschke. She is also the daughter of the late Mr. Jenschke. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L Craighead Jr. Miss Jenschke is a graduate of Ix'e High School where she was a member of the Student Council, Lee-ette Drill Squad and Future Business Leader- of America Mr. Craighead is also a graduate of Lee High School where he was a member of the Student Council. He is a junior at Texas A&M University, Bovol-Nycrs J J MISS ALINA CORDOVA MISS EVELYN HANZELKA MISS MARY OCHOA MISS LINDA BRYANT MISS LORAINE LICHTENBERG MISS DONNA BOYERS It's Straw Hat time! From House of Books To Timely Stitch erv Bv BONNIE SUE DTI,WORTH A glimpse of Princess Margaret at the Nassau Country Club was part of the Henry S t u mberg’s spring holiday. the Stum- bergs, their children. Belle. Lou and Henry and Mar g a r i t e Parker were the guests at the Nas s a u Country Club Sue of Mrs. Edw in Jones and her son. Van Lewis. The Stumbergs itinerary also included stopovers in Barbados, Aruba, St. Thomas and San Juan. ★ ★ ★ Mexican memorabilia seekers will enjoy an exploration of “Editorial'Quiroga'’ at 712 West Laurel. The Mexican house of books belongs to Mrs. Olga Calderon and is a continuation of the book store that Mrs. Calderon’s parents once maintained on Dolorosa street. MRS. CALDERON’S wares range from tamale shucks to Madrid-printed \ ictorian Valentines. Her supply of English books translated into Spanish ranges from Doesteovskii to Dorothy Dix. Mrs. Calderon also has shelves of dictionaries and of volumes dedicated. Douglas MacArthur admirer. Charles E. Downing of Eagle Pass has donated his collection of WW II Pacific campaign memorabilia to T.M.I.’s Douglas MacArthur Memorial Library. Included in the assemblage’ are photo­ graphs, proclamations and letters. MARTHA MOOD will teach stitehery next summer at the United State's oldest school of crafts. She will lie on the staff at Penland in Spruce Pines, N.C. Among Penland’s June through September courses are weaving, pottery and music. Penland also initiated a cross over program last year.v (Creative people exchanged mediums for the duration of their stay at Penland—i e. musicians painted, potters wrote etc— and studies were made of the results.) Terence Walsdorf, Dr. Touhey Marry Miss Terence Walsdorf became the bride of Dr John Edward Touhey of Tulsa, Okla. Saturday in Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church. The Rev. Emil Wesselskv read the vows, and the Rev. Samuel 0 Capers of Christ Episcopal Church gave the blessing. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Norman Walsdorf Mr. and Mrs. Charles I). Stone of Tulsa are parents of the bridegroom. Mrs. Neil B Walsdorf was matron of honor Miss Elizabeth Dittmar was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Patricia Stone and Miss Pamela Stone, sisters of the bridegroom from Tulsa Best man was John P. Young of Muskogee, okla . groomsmen were Dr. Rolxrt B. Gillette. Neill B Walsdorf and Dr. Wayne Colwell, Austin. U-hers were Glen Jarvis, McAllen; Roy Lively Jr. Houston: Maj. Ron 0. Boul- dm. Waco; and Robert S. McClane. Ringbearers were Neill Walsdorf Jr. and James \\ al sdori. \ reception was held In Oak Hills Country Club. The couple departed for Madrid, Spain, where they will live.

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