FrancesPachecoWedding

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FrancesPachecoWedding - Pacheco-Romero rites held & Ranches...
Pacheco-Romero rites held & Ranches Presbyterian Church Arrangements of white daisies, snapdragons and pixie carnations decorated the altar when Miss Frances Pacheco, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eloy G. Pacheco was married to Nelson Romero, son of Mrs. Juan G. Romero, at the Ranchos Presbyterian Church July 26. The Rev. Porforio Romero officiated. Mrs. Emma Gomez, organist, played the traditional nuptial ter In marriage. She floor length gown of music and was accompanied by Mrs. J.A. Medina, vocalist. Mr. Pacheco gave his daugh- wore ^ ^ ^ white Chantilly"lace and organza with detachable scalloped train, bordered in lace. The lace bodice, accented with pearls and sequins, was designed with square 'neckline and long sleeves and lace medallions touched with sequins were ap- )li<",-ied over the A-line skirt. The veil, trimmed with t e a r- drop pearls, fell from a petaled leadpiece of Chantilly lace and the bride's cascade bouquet was of white roses and orange blossoms adorned with shower ribbons. In keeping with tradition, the bride wore as "something old," a gold pin belonging to her mother; as "something new,' she carried a white lace handkerchief; as "something borrowed," she wore teardrop ear- gings, from her sister, and as "something blue," a garter. Miss Ellen Pacheco was maid of honor, wearing an Empire gown featuring a lace bodice and gold skirt and a pearl crown draped with veil. Her bouquet was of gold roses, Alfirio Tafoya was best man for the bridegroom. Mrs. Pacheco, mother of the pink lace pink and orchid as with accessories white. She wore corsage. Mrs. Romero, the bridegroom's mother, was in a suit of white lace Presbyterian Church sets potluck supper The First Presbyterian Church;worn with matching accessories of Taos will return to its fall:and corsage of pink carnations, schedule worship services be-j The recept j 0n and wef jc|jng ginning this Sunday. There willj dancei atten( ] ed by 600 guests, be but one service each Sunday,; were he | d at Casa Loma Lounge.' The bride's table, cov- at 11 a.m. Preaching .. most of the others between nowi he j d a i4. t j ere( j ca j< e decorated this Sunday andi ered with a silver leafed clothi and Christmas will be by Mrs. Alice Hwang. Mrs. Hwang, a with orange blossoms. For their wedding trip, Mr. recent seminary graduate now; and Mrs R 0mero traveled to' lives with her husband at Los| various parts of New Mexico. I Alamos and is the mother of five. She plans to be ordained a Presbyterian minister The pastor, sting, begins a !eave-of-absence She wore a black and white I dress with matching coat and;" Accessories. The couple is at Raymond F. Ker-'home in Taos. The bride is a vacation and which will allow him further study at Pittsburgh Theological Pittsburgh, Pa. Seminary, graduate of Taos High School. The bridegroom is employed at the Pioneer Logging Co. The Sunday church school pro-: and gram will begin September 7, and Out of town wedding guests were Jerry Santistevan Sr., Mr. Mrs. Jerry Santistevan Jr, son; Louis M. Vigil and when parents are to bring their; Andy Vigil, Pueblo, Colo.; children for registration before and Mrs. Don Salazar and the first class session opens aUly, Wagon Mound; Mr. and 9:30 a.m. Classes will be avail-!Mrs. Filbert Santistevan, Mr. able for children three years of and Mrs. Lee Romero Jr. and age through sixth grade. It is family, Santa Fe; Mr. and Mrs. hoped that a class for 7th and | Cruz Vallejos and son ichael; 8th graders will be added. JMr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lu- The Youth Fellowship is meet- cero, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grant ing every Sunday evening. This'and family, Miss Vivian Espi Sunday the group will leave nosa, Albuquerque; Mrs. Jack from the church at 2 p.m. for.L. Pena, Louis and Felix Pena, its annual excursion to Arsenic 1 Springer; Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Springs in the Rio Grande Gorge | Cisneros, Quests; Michsel, Pe- Park. All youth from the 9th ter Jr., and Ronnie Ortega, La through 12th grades are invited I Puente, Calif.; and Mrs. Mary to participate in this study.fel- i Lee Carmich&el, Robert Valer- lowship program of Christian io and Marcos Forresta, Los discipleship. i Angeles. _

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  1. The Taos News,
  2. 21 Aug 1969, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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