While looking through the "El Anunciador" Vol. 34, 1938, I came across this article. I thought it would be nice to share it.
Miss Cora Carmona and Mr. Barron Cordova were united in matrimony at 7 o'clock, Wednesday evening, at the Catholic rectory. Rev. Fr. F.L. Sebastiani officiated.
The bride wore a gown of coral chiffon tied in the back with a dainty bow, with puffed sleeves, and a row of small buttons down the back. She wore a crescent corsage of gardenias, and in her hair was a halo of rhinestones and orange blossoms.
The bridesmaid, Miss Carmelita Cruz, wore a deep blue taffeta gown, with puffed sleeves, a gold brooch at the neck and small buttons down the back. Her corsage was composed of talisman roses and sweet peas. The groom was attended by his uncle, Mr Fernando Cordova.
After the ceremony, a wedding supper was served in the dining room of the Saddle Rock Cafe, covers being placed for sixty guests, all relatives and friends of the bridal couple, including Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Preston and his deputies, and deputies from the sheriff's office and their wives. Following the banquet, a reception was held at the Cordova home on Washington Street.
The bride is the grand-daughter of Mrs. Petra Trujillo and has lived here almost all her life. She attended the Trinidad public schools, also Trinidad Junior Colllege night school. For the past three months she has been a stenographer in the office of the county superintendent of schools. The groom is the son of Mr. Ben Cordova, a deputy in the sheriff's office. He also attended Trinidad schools.
The couple will make their future home in this city, where young Cordova is employed.