The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on February 20, 1966 · 91
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The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California · 91

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- Blakeley Law Pair Is Wed Honeymooning in Malibu are Mr and Mrs Michael James Blake ley (Claudia Janis Law) who were married yesterday in the S Joseph's Catholic Church in Clarksburg The bride wore an empire dress of silk and wool matalasse with a detachable train of matching fabric A malatasse headpiece secured the fingertip length xeil and a bouquet stephanotis and orchids completed the ensemble Constance Law was honor maid in a gold peau de sole empire dress fashioned with elbow length sleeves Secondary attendant was Mrs Harold Bruns whose dress was styled like the honor maid's Both carried gold colored rosebuds and ivy Stacie Yew wore a frock of white velveteen in her role of flower girl Robert Blake ley of Agoura was best man Ushering were James Blohin of Oakland and Dennis Law The newlyweds greeted guests at a reception in the Del Prado Restaurant Mr and Mrs George M Law are the parents of the bride Miss Law was graduated from Sacramento High School and is attending San Francisco State College Blake ley a resident of San Bruno is the son of Mr and Mrs Oliver J Blake ley of Agoura He also is attending SFSC The justweds will live in San Bruno PURR-TY POSH—Chee Chee and Pash may not be pedigreed cats but as household pets they know that they are the real aristocrats of the cat kingdom They are members of the family of Maj and Mrs Donald F O'Neill and are pictured here with the O'Neill daughters Ellen holding Pash in front and Claire holding Chee Chee As entries in the household pet class the O'Neill felines will be rubbing paws with many of their high-born kinfolk next weekend when the Sacramento b 1 ''''w 1 r Valley Cat Fanciers Inc 00A3 i ' i ::11 '''4P m 1 :"-I:'': sponsors the 10th champion C - :Ait -':':: !f ii7: 11:: ship show in Governor's Y:w :1: -4:::t k§4 ' '4 '-v::ivHHii:It :::1:il ii-L7f Hall on the State Fair ground DADDY'S GIRL?—In spite of the scowl 8 month old Kandie held by Mrs Ella Raymond on the left is having a friendly visit with her father quadruple champion Silver Persian Nino as he is combed by Mrs Roy Allen The show will be open to the public Saturday and next Sunday with proceeds to be given to the Sacramento Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Bee Photos by Harlin Smith r ONLY AMERICA'S LARGESTI CAN GUARANTEE PERFECT1 DRAPERY CLEANING OR REPLACE YOUR DRAPES FREE OF CHARGE IF CLEANABLE r ffitit-11 11111111 i -1 : 1 ' -1-:: ' 1 111:1- ' la 1 ' : 1 AMERICA'S ' LARGEST KITE DRAPERY We Remove We Replace We Remove Water Damage We Loan Drapes WE PICK UP AND DELIVER DRAPERIES WITHIN A RADIUS OF SO MILES 5700 1 STREET SACRAMENTO-PHONE 452-5656 IN AUBURN 8858474 OUT OF TOWNERS "CALL COLLECT" - 3 vl ARISTO-CATS—Competitors a cut or two above the household variety will include D'Nels Neit held by Mrs Eleanor Lucas on the kit and Lan-Yen pictured with owner Dorothy W Nemeck DNcls Neit's record includes Royal Merit Grand Champion Triple Champion All-Western and All-American honorable mention Lan-Yen's string of titles includes All-American All-Western and Royal Merit Grand Champion Lore 11 Raglan Is Married In Davis Lore 11 Raglan was wed to Ross Swenerton in a double ring ceremony yesterday afternoon in the Methodist Church in Davis Only family mPmbers attended the vow exchange and the reception which took place in Sacramento in the Holiday Inn South The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles E Rag Ian of Sacramento and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Arthur K Swenerton of Fairfield The bridal gown of lace over peau de soie had a street length skirt with a scalloped hemline The bateau neckline also was scalloped The bride's headpiece was a lace mantilla secured by a petite satin crown She carried a white cascade bouquet we cannot tell a lie: Cs wi Charlene Raglan was her sister's maid of honor wearing a blue sheath and coat ensemble Jerry Laskey of San Rafael stood as best man When the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in the Monterey area the bride wore a navy and white knit suit The couple plans to live in Davis where both are students at the University of California JOSEPH MAGNIN HAS CHOPPED DOWN PRICES for the annual GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE! 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