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Independent (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Pasadena, California Toflus. Wk., sgt. I birthday noted at dinner and dance newly weds now reside in Charlottes due a. By Klitz Bill Kimek echoes of the 1820 olym 1 pics were Beard at a gala birthday dinner dance that honoured mrs. Harry e. Wright saturday evening on her 75th birthday. The party was Given at the Pasadena Home of her son in Law and daughter judge and mrs. James f. Nelson. Among the album pictures displayed that went Back to her infancy was one of Lorna Wright s Competition in free style swimming in Hawaii for the games of that year. She made the Semi finals but contracted influenza and could not go on for the finals. Forty members of her fam ily and close friends toasted mrs. Wright whose eight grandchildren performed in her Honor after the birthday cake was wheeled onto the Patio the setting for the party. There were Keith and Earl Witt and Julie Lineberger All Covina with guitars Franklin Nelson guitar and trumpet Janice Lineberger cello Loma Nelson flute and singers Gary Witt and Jill Lineberger. The Home grown Talent augmented the featured dance music of Joe Moshay. Red White and Blue was the party with balloons decorating the tables. Mrs. Wright who lives at portuguese Bend has taught psychology English and so Cial studies for years in Junior High High Junior College and Many adult Edu cation classes in the los an Geles City school system. Still at it she is currently a substitute teacher at Harvard . An inveterate traveler she plans to visit Australia next month and will take a world affairs Council tour to peking Early next year. She is also Well known As a lecturer and has been extremely Active in United nations work particularly As related to Enesco. She has travelled extensively in connection with this headed the in group in the South Bay area and wrote a newspaper column under the heading of United nation her travels have taken her All Over the world especially to Europe Alaska and Asia. Have 3i silts i styles on display at Ell times Kings Queens or Standard custom made Sleeper sofas Standard sizes s89" and up we Alio do custom upholstery free pickup and delivery note Tii All tit fancy Storti flail by fancy we mean fancy salesmen fancy fix Tures and most of. All. Fancy prices. Then come to hoards and see Doc. He s not fancy but hell Moke Sleeper sofa the size style color you want in charge of sales Doc Hoard in charge of upholstery Doc Hoard in charge styling Doc Hoard in charge of delivering Doc Hoard in charge of Doc Hoard i miss oops mrs. Hoard we carry a Complete line of upholstery yardage tools supplies for the professional the do it yourself pros Lake Trade ins Hoard s upholsterers 6719 n. Figueroa Eagle Rock 5 mum of Andua in How Fetn phone 256-0843 sensational seven Dollar wonders re exclusive designs in decorative wrought Iron the winding staircase. Our artfully designed tall display piece for your objects d Art. The wine rack. Unusual 2b" tall Wall Hung wine rack with functional deep bar shelf. The Wall sconce. Three of the candles swivel to any direction an unusual 24" tall sconce. Terrific alone even Beiler As a pair. Your Choice 7 15 Soulac Reila Telephone 795-8643 shop dats a week Weeko Ayi 10 until 5-saturday 10 until g sunday f Mim a nth it common Swice anti terms some 300 guests were pre sent at the 8 ceremony conducted in Michu Vioda presbyterian Church by the Rev. Or. Vahe Simonian and the Rev. Harry Adamson new of Huston and formerly of Pasadena presbyterian Church in which miss mar Garet Joanne Hansen became the Bride of Paul Nicholas Bruce. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Alfred v. Hansen of Altadena. A graduate of Pasa Dena High school Pasadena City College and Cal state Long Beach she plans to teach in Virginia where she and the bridegroom in will live while he is stationed with the . Army intelligence at Charlottesville. Also a Cal state Long Beach graduate the bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Francis a. Bruce of Placen Tia. Now a lieutenant he will continue his military service for two years. Mrs. Scott Hendry and Frank Bruce the Bride Groom s brother were Honor attendants. Bridesmaids included misses Ivett Huska Susan Mcconnell Deborah Gerard and Nell Shelley All College friends of the Bride. Eric Hansen and Leon Bruce Brothers of the Bride and Groom were Ushers As were David Swart and Michael Anderson friends from the bridegroom s College Days. The Bride wore a veil fashioned by her Mother and trimmed with bands and medallions of tatting done by her paternal grandmother mrs. Viggo Hansen of sol Vang. Her Princess style silk organza gown was designed with High neck and train trimmed with Venise lace. She carried an bouquet of White and Pink roses. Burgundy ribbon tied the Pink Rose and Carnation Bou Quets of the Bride s attend ants. They wore Pink Chiffon dresses with full sleeves and Burgundy velvet bodices laced with tiny Pink roses. Each wore Pink roses and baby s breath in her hair. The Pink theme was car Riel out at the reception held in the gardens of the arde n l i c h t y s Midlothian drive Home. A traditional wedding cake was served As Well As danish Krause Kage wed Ding out of town friends and family members came from Escondido Long Beach Indio Santa Monica and fran Cisco. The Bride s maternal grandmother mrs Peder Back travelled from Racine Wise to attend the service which was held on her 76th birthday. Also present was an aunt of the Bride mrs. Edward Back of Richland Center Wise. Grandparents the Rev. And specializing factory rebuilt Altu utom Ita nil Ltd Tom a magi Ric atom 6 Volt ill Celii .7.95 co. 9601. Win Milf it 7.1344 Paiaina mrs. Paul n. Bruce Margaret Hansen mrs. Hansen of Solvang were present. The Rev. Or. Hansen is a retired lutheran minister. Or. Back who was unable to attend was director of Dan ish and american scandinavian radio programs for 42 years in the Midwest. The newlyweds visited san Diego s Mission Bay on their honeymoon and have now settled in their Virginia Home. Choose variety in Long dresses although Long summer evenings Are shortening into fall the Long dress or skirt knows no season. But when to Wear. Full length dresses or skirts is a question Many a woman cog states about when a party. The safest thing is simply to ask your hostess what do you want me to says. Etiquette arbiter Amy Vanderbilt. The key to Wear ing Long dresses correctly is to find a variety for different occasions. For instance miss Vander bilt likes a simple tailored style for daytime weddings or restaurant dining. But she says a formal party or dance still Calls for the Dressy look a full length costume achieves Tea slated St. Luke Hospital has planned a maternity Tea for sept. 14 from 1 to 3 . Mrs. Robert Lafferty and members of the Junior auxiliary volunteers will show movies serve refreshments and take expectant mothers on a tour of the Hospital. All mothers to be Are invited. Short Sweet shorts for the Holiday sea son come in soft Sweet baby pastels such As the cuffed Pink Corduroy ones Yoko does for Junior House paired with a Matching Short sleeved Battle jacket. Las vegas with nerf i Motel world j limit lout in Thi Hurt to tilt stardust Hui cd Xcvi cloth i in Ftp reduced summer a daring Rale Cut in Peak season is continued to september 30 to celebrate our huge Casino expansion mid through thursday on 204 special rooms at lowest summer rare. 0 o oiled 90 cd bleeds i foil Korie on in of her hum i Mil ill Tiff on fri., sat., holiday., add s2.00 Call free now. No need to write the s Isle c eur f in l ten a dial free 1-800-648-6898 As you dial charges billed automatically to hotel no Cost to you but inc this Coupon to front desk when you Check in fun package cd mum it it it my m m. Fri to 11 part Muir. Lust met. 106% ill in mrwik if Fry with. Tuck Tycki matk Cuiji Westward to 2900 Las vegas bl., Las vegas Nevada 89109 Bride s father brother officiate at wedding after their honeymoon in san Diego or. And mrs. Dennis Wilfred Costella Janet Elizabeth Reynolds will make their Home in los an Geles. They were married aug. 12, in the Grace Funda mental Church of los Ange Les of which her father is pastor. The Bride is the daughter of the Rev. Or. And mrs. Marion Heber reyonlds longtime residents of Pasadena and now of Anaheim. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Wilfred Costella of Fairfield Idaho. The Rev. Or. Reynolds escorted his daughter to the Al tar and gave her in marriage As his son the Rev. William Reynolds co pastor of the Church took the first part of the service. The Bride s father then officiated at the exchanging of vows which was followed by a Candle ceremony. Silk organza embellished with lace was made Over Taf feta for the wedding gown with its Cathedral train. The Long illusion veil was attached to a Camelot Crown of Venise lace studded with pearls and the Bride s Only ornament was the Bride Groom s gift a necklace of Ivory and Gold. She carried a White Bible gift of her Mother and upon it Pink roses and Stepha Notis. Miss Catherine Neff of Garden Grove maid of Hon or wore Pink organza and a Pale Pink picture hat tied with hot Pink tulle. Lighter Pink tulle trimmed the hats of the other identically gowned attendants mrs. Wil Liam Reynolds the Bride s sister in Law misses Kath Leen Lee and Donna Long a women s City club Marks anniversary i Palm Springs too another Westward to motel1 Doltl fits Ai Fli Clit Ftp mrm him. The first week of septem Ber Marks the opening of the 27th year of activities at the women s City club of Pasa Dena. Darryl Antrim will be the speaker at the dinner meeting on thursday show ing pictures of Italy. At the first luncheon meet ing on sept. 11, port o Call will present a fashion show featuring As models club members miss Jane Abber Ley miss Roberta Bowler or. Persis h. Cowan miss Janet Hoit and mrs. Luddye Michal. The women s City club is organized to further the civic cultural educational and social activities of the women of this Community by offer ing a variety of services to individuals and groups. Programs Are presented each week throughout the vacationers late summer vacationers at the Santa Barbara bilt More from the Pasadena area included messes and Mes. William s. Hughes Wayne s. Robert Zimmerman Robert g. Ogle and w. G. Brownlee of san Marino. Others were messes and Mes. V. Wilshire har court h. T. Rollins Andrew Gary Mitchell and or. And mrs. Donald b. Freshwater All of Pasadena. U c u c my a j a shorthand. No chapter mis. Eugen Mcquiney of Arcadia president of no chapter Beta Sigma Phi will hold their first business meeting of the season on sept. 11 at 8 . In the Arcadia Home of mrs. Arthur Lantaff. Mrs. Ella Scott will give the program on Defini Tion of happiness with Mes. Walter Dupuis Charles Weldan. Shirley har Ris and miss Mary Ann Ai Den participating. New members received into the chapter Are Mes. William Shamburg Anthony Dwyer and John Walker of Arcadia Herman of Alhambra Jim Smith and Charles Weldon of san Gabriel Patrick Bray of South Pasadena and miss Mary Ann Alden of Alhambra. Mil duty uhf Maung Musha Nonfa Mush Hout Nicu if Amno. Surf flu Kwiw a Mimi by Clettar read classified mrs. . Costella Janet e. Reynolds Cousin. They too carried bibles with Pink carnations. Little Dana Long a Cousin was Flower girl and Thad Deus Costella Nephew of the bridegroom was ring bearer. Carl Costella of Inglewood was Best Man for his brother. Ushers were the Bride s brother the Rev. Robert Reynolds of Anaheim the bridegroom s brother in Law Robert Riley of Fresno. Clark Ballard. The 250 guests were received after the ceremony in the Church reception Hall. Young mrs. Costella is a recent graduate of the Bry Man school of medical As sisting and her husband is studying for the ministry. Year at monday luncheon and thursday dinner meetings. Frequently groups of Mem Bers go by bus to the theatre or game events in the los Angeles area. This fall two series of Bridge lessons will again be offered. The current president is mrs. Bruce m. Lawson. Serv ing with mrs. Lawson Are or. Cowan vice president mrs. Vincent Trainor recording Secretary miss Marion e. Smale corresponding Secre tary mrs. Morris Costa treasurer. Directors Are mrs. Rodney Kennedy bulletin miss Dor Othy Yoder finance miss Elizabeth Jensen House mrs. John m. Carlson membership miss Roberta Bow Ler nominating miss mar Garet Stason Public relations mrs. Francis n. Mer Riam and mrs. Ruth Rowland Hall volunteers mrs. Lucille Reed Clark ways and Means and mrs. Don c. Mcmillan and miss Mary Buchtel members at Large. Zela Sigma Zeta Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will launch its season at a meeting on wednesday at the Pasadena Home of miss Jean Evans. The cultural program entitled will be Given by mrs. Janet Thomasser. 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