Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 15, 1964 · Page 5
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 5

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, February 15, 1964
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Wedding Rites Solemnized in High Alta Brown P ' TA Elecfs Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church Blue carnations with pink gladioli decorated the altar at St. Mary's Catholic Church last Saturday morning wedding of Mary Theresa Mora who was united in marriage with Gabriel Tiofilo Gallardo. Officiating for the pledging of nuptial vows was the Rev. A. J. Hanchack of St.. Mary's Parrish. Mrs. Oscar C. Bergkamp played the traditional wedding marches on the organ and accompanied the adult choir of St. Mary's for the nuptial high mass. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ascencion P. Mora, Garden City, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Gallardo, Deerfield. Given In marriage by her brother, Ascencion Mora, the bride chose for her wedding a floor length gown of Chantiy lace tind tule over bridal taffeta. Her fitted bodice was styled with a scalloped neckline highighted with iridescents. Long tapered sleeves ended in wrist points. Her bouffant skirt was enhanced at the back with wide alternating tiers of lace and tulle. Her shoulder-length veil of silk Illusion was attached to a lace cap outlined with crown-effect scallops of pearls. She carried a bridal cascade of pink rosebuds centered with a white orchid and M white pearl rosary. Serving at matron of honor was Mrs. Matthew Mora. Bride's matron was Mrs. Leonard Alca raz. Both were attired in pink pastel dresses and carried blue carnations. Bridesmaids were Geraldine Perez, Delores Hermocillo, Gloria Sandoval and Mauricia Gallardo, sister of the bridegroom. Their frocks were of pastel blue fashioned with a lace bodice and long sleeves. Their flowers were pink carnation colonial bouquets. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Matthew .Mora, brother of the bride. Grooms men were Leonard Alcaraz, Jerry Duran, Johnny Acosta, Nick GaUardo, brother of the Rudy VWtniueU MR. AND MRS GABRIEL TIOFILO GALLARDO Mary Theresa Mora bridegroom and Rudy Servantez, nephew of the bride. Ushers were Louis Munoz and •Don Rios Sr. Assisting with mass were Jorge Munoz and Abundio Munoz. nephews of the bride. Ring-bearer was Danny Rios Jr., Ulysses. Mary Kay Alcaraz as flower girl wore a frock of white chiffon designed with a bouffant skirt. Her flowers were blue carnatons and she wore a rhinestone tiara in her hair. * Approximately ISO attended the reception in the G. I. Forum. At night a dance was given at St. Mary's Center with the Emanuel Garcia orchestra furnishing music. Attending the guest book was Louise Mora. The bride is a graduate of Garden City High School and is employed at St. Catherine Hos pital. The bridegroom is cm- ployed with Archer-Daniels-Mid land Co. You can count on a one-pound jar or can of small boiled onions serving at least four persons. Mrs. Fishback, President Mrs. James Fishback was elected president of the Alta Brown Parent-Teachers Assn. Tuesday night in the school auditorium by he 40 persons attending. Mrs. James Barnard is first \Jur ame JUANITA KAY is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. William F. Shafer, Scott City, for the name of their daughter born Feb. 4. CYNTHIA RENEE was selected by Mr. and Mrs. O. M. (Kelly) Barnes, 1601 Wallace, as the name for their daughter born Feb. 3. MANE LYNETTE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gish, Sublette, was born Feb. 3. erSona m& araaran Mr. and Mrs. Sid Coleman ol Fulton came Friday to visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs Darlcne Jones and family, 818 Summit, while Mrs. Jones recov ers from a sprained ankle. The Colemans will also visit their daughter, Mrs. D. R. Bowling, Mr. Bowling and Randy, 508 N. 10th. Garden City Telegram Saturday, February IS, 19*4 /ice-president, Mrs. Clyde Philips and Mrs. Bob Anderson, sec* >nd vice-presidents; John Schlcn- ler, treasurer; Mrs. John Jame- on, secretary and council representatives are Mrs. Wayne Bertholt and Mrs. Wendell Maddox. "Tht Pwlmi" was sung by , andra Noely accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Earl Ncely. A vocal solo was given by Mark Anderson and piano solos were played by Donnetti and Cheryl Irwin. Boy Scout Troop 99, Den 4, under the direction of Den Mother, Mrs. Vernon Molcr, led the flag salute and presented the colors. Those participating were Kenny Chmclka, David Hitt, Lyndell Maddox, Gary Weber, Terry Huher, Larry Clare, Dale Goff and Wendell Moler. Jo* Twnttsen spoke on vocational education. Henry Hall and Wilbor Ulrich discussed the school unification bill. School census survey will be March 2-6. Family Fun Night is planned for March 20. Hostesses for the social after the business session were Mines. Wayne Bertholf, Clyde Phillips, Ed Lewis, Irish Bruggeman, Bob Smith, David Unruh and Louis Emme. ' If AM €»Hl IHM H. lovlagtMi Ph. I SI A.M. pleeM ClMwraa. Kfc BEST QUALITY Yep, we're happy, too, with having Rudy Rutherford associated with us. Sears might have had different merchandise on the shelf, but I'll wager Rudy can peddle this real estate with the same proficiency. We do have lots of good listings but can always use more. Thirty years ago 110,000 placed in a safety-deposit box or buried in a can in the backyard would be worth half that much in buying power today. Placed in a savings account it would have doubled but buy only ft* much of the original $10,000. Invested in real •state it would probably be worth $60,000 to $70,000 which could be traded in on other property worth several times *• much. A schedule of depreciation would have given other advantages, Fer catt aakesl Got a queattonaire on deer from the Fish and Game Commission. Wish they, AND BUILDING SUPPLIES r ? -f f-; This Kitchen "grew" from on IDEA! This gleaming, modern kitchen began at an idea In the mind of a home-maker. It didn't really begin to take form, though, until somebody DID something about it. If you have an IDEA of remodel- STyour kitchen come to McALLISTER.FITZGiRALD LUMBER CO. ... we can Kelp you turn your "dr*«m" kitchen into • realityl Come in tod*yl NOTHING DOWN — UP TO S Y1ARS TO PAY!

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