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+ Just Married! Beneath Her Satin Gown the Bride Wears Cotton Slacks After a wedding in the church at Parita, the young woman replaced her veil with a homemade straw hat like the groom's. Then, leading a procession of friends who sang and strummed guitars, the newlyweds rode to their country home. K( oaiclhrons by ItichardI II. Stewart + Panama Styles Range from Town's Lacy Ruffles to Jungle's Jaguar Teeth A Parita child and her nurse wear the pollera, na tional fiesta costume (page 392). A Guaymi, his face painted for the balsa-throwing contests in Tambor Valley, dresses in quetzal feathers, beaded collar, and hunting-trophy necklace.