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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - August 9, 1981, Galveston, Texas                                Klussmann and Sedgwick married Kim Suzanne Klussmann became the bride of Michael Sedgsviek Aug 1 at Our Saviours Lutheran Church in College Station The Rev Robert Otterstad officiated Nuptial music was provided by Thomas Mrs Michael Sedgwi Loughncy soloist and Marsha Dandurant or ganist Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a designer gown of ivory chiffon The fitted bodice of Schiffli and Alencon lace was styled with a wedding band neckline and a shadow yoke The long full sleeves were tapered at the wrist The flowing chiffon skirt fell to slipper length from a fitted waist and swept to a circular train She wore a laceedged veil of illusion Her bouquet was a cascade of ivory roses babiesbreath and greenery Lisa Klussmann of Bryan sister of the bride was tnaid of honor Bridesmaids were Pamela Lindsay and Daree Darling both of Houston Judy Patranella of Bryan and Melanie Blackburn of The Woodlands Lauren Ashabranner of Beaumont was flower girl Best man was Pat Sedgwick of Baytown brother of the groom Groomsmen were Kyle Klussmann of Bryan brother of the bride Vic Maceo and Peter Sapio both of Galveston and Pal Cole of Houston Serving as ushers were Don Caballcro Gene Lossow and Joe Stanfield all of Houston and Charles Fougerousse of Galveston Robert Seinsheimer of Galveston was ring bearer and John Schmedemann of Bryan was candle lighter Houseparty members for the reception held at Center were Patty Cole Marge Lam beth Sue Patterson Tanny Housson Cindy Sapio Deb Macco and Therese Lossow The bride daughter of Dr and Mrs Wallace G Klussmann of Bryan attended Texas University and graduated from University of Texas School of Nursing at Galveston She is affiliated with Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Theta Tau She is employed as a registered nurse by Hermann Hospital in Houston The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Sedgwick of Galveston He is a graduate of the University of Houston and is employed by Stanadyne Inc The couple is making a home in Bellaire 8D Sunday Morning August 9 1981 Chambers Brannen wed Vivian Ann Chambers became the bride of Donnie Nicholas Brannen Jr Sat urday at Nassau Bay Bap tist Church in Nassau Bay The Rev David Davis offi ciated Wedding music was pro vided by Cheryl Wray Joel and Lewis Perkins and Carolyn McFarland Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a designer gown of white chiffon with appliques of Alencon lace accented by seed pearls The gown was fashioned with a fitted bod ice and an Aline skirt which swept to a chapel length train Her veil was secured by a matching hat appliqued with the Alencon lace and seed pearls She carried a bouquet of white peonies pink sweet heart roses and lavender morning glories Vanice Chambers of Houston sister of the bride was maid of honor Brides maids were Debbie Hardy of League City Rori Doiier Henck and Willcockson wed on island Helen Katherlne Henck and William Sluarl Willcockson were united In marriage Saturday at Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church in Mrs William S Willcockson Galveston The Rev Jerry L Roberts officiated Nuptial music was provided by organist Marjorie Rasche Given In marriage by her father the bride wore a designer gown of ivory satin knit fashioned with a bodice of reembroidered Alencon lace and a Queen Anne neckline adorned with bridal pearls The full Camelot sleeves were cuffed with lace and the flowing laceedged skirt swept to a chapellength train Her veil of English illusion was secured by a cap of lace The bridal bouquet was a cascade of mixed summer blossoms Janie Unbehagen of Texas City was matron of honor Bridesmaids were Rita Bell of Galveston and Anne Anges of Clear Lake Jeffrey Brent Willcockson and Gregory Alan Willcockson both of Dallas brothers of the groom were best men Groomsman was Harold Kent Henck Jr of Galveston brother of the bride Ushers were Doug Carver of Dallas and Unbehagen III of Texas City Houseparty members for the reception held at the fellowship hall of the church were Shirley Benham Mary English Sharon English Lovis Wright and Renee Boles The bride daughter of Mr and Mrs Harrold Kent Henck of Galveston is a graduate of Ball High and Stephen F Austin State University She is employed as a research technician by Marine Biomedical Institute of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston The groom son of Dr and Mrs G William Wilicockson of Dallas is a graduate of UTAustin and UTMBGalveston where he received a doctors degree in pharmacology He is a postdoctoral research associate at UTMB Department of Pharmacology After a honeymoon in Florida the couple will make a home in Galveston Teri Lynn Marabella became the bride of William Mulllns Watson Saturday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Hitchcock The Revs George Olsovsky and Roy Blser officiated Soloist Candy Bersen and organist Mark Neuweiler provided nuptial music Given In marriage by her father the bride wore a designer gown of embroidered silk organza fashioned with a fitted bodice a portrait neckline elbowlength puffed sleeves and a chapellength train The neckline sleeves and skirt featured appliques of organza flowers Her veil of Illusion was secured by a matching bridal hat adorned with embroidered flowers The brides bouquet was a cascade of white butterfly orchids Stephanotis English ivy babiesbreath and lace ribbon Lori Marabella of Alta Loma sister of the bride was maid of honor Bridesmaids were Karen Watson of Texas City sister of the groom Nancye Martin of Hitchcock Laurel Furtado of Houston and Connie Walton of Alta Loma Michelle West of Alta Loma was flower girl Best man was Greg Ploss of Texas City Groomsmen were Jeffrey Marabella brother of the bride and John Watson brother of the groom both of Texas City Robert LaPrade of Houston and Steven Rose of Nacogdoches Serving as ushers were Bryan Moore of Algoa Trey Catching of Alta Loma and Thomas Chambers The Cooling Influence SUNSET SALAD 1 can 8 crushed pineapple in juice 1 packige 3 JellO lemon flavor gelatin teaspoon salt cups crushed ice 1 tablespoon lemon juice or vinegar 1 cup grated carrots Drain pineapple reserving juice Add water to juice to make cup and bring to a boil Combine measured liquid gelatin and salt in blender container Cover and blend at low speed until gelatin is dissolved about 1 min ute Add ice and lemon juice cover and blend at high speed until ice is melted Add pineapple and carrots and J pour Into 4cup mold or individual molds Chill until firm about 2 hours Unmold Garnish with crisp salad greens if desired Makes 4 or 8 aervings of Liberty Michael Howard of Alta Loma was ring bearer and Michael Patterson was altar boy Houseparty members for the reception held at Chaparral Club in Dickinson were Carol Greathouse Margaret Ploss Diana Starrett Sandra Glover and Mary Young Music for the reception was provided by Mesquite The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank J Marabella of Alta Loma She attended Santa Fe High and is a student at Texas University The groom son of Mr and Mrs Thomas E Watson of Texas City attended Texas City High He is also a student at TAMU After a honeymoon in Mexico the couple will make a home in College Station of Richardson Elizabeth Bradley of Dallas and Kathy Austgen and Perri Estes both of Nassau Bay Amy Richnow of League City and Emily Hurley of Duncanville were flower girls Brett Brannen of Galveston brother of the groom was best man Groomsmen were John Marines and David Gonzalez both of Galveston Charlie Smith and Frank Hillbolt both of Houston and Virgil Chambers of League City twin brother of the bride Serving as ushers were Weldon Kovacevich Jr of Galveston Rober Frame of Nacogdoches and John Hood of Houston Joshua Washington of Texas City was ring bearer Others in the wedding party were Carrie Hollon and Sonya Hurley Houseparty members for the reception held at Nassau Bay Resort Inn were Donna Hurley Phyllis Richnow Robyn Chambers Valerie Hake Marilyn Vollmer Pam Ware Beth Brock and Beverly Frame The bride daughter of Mr and Mrs Don F Chambers of League City is a graduate of Clear Creek High She attended Stephen F Austin State University where she was affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha and a member of Chi Omega She is employed by Bay Area Bank and Trust in Webster The groom is the son of Angelene Brannen of Galveston and Don Brannen of Hitchcock He is a graduate of Ball High and attended SFASU where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha He is employed by Del Papa Distributing Co Inc After a wedding trip to Mexico the couple will make a home in Webster Start Your Day With The Galveston Daily News To Subscribe Call 7443611 A shower was given in honor of Patrick and Stacey Papillion on July 25 1981 Forty seven guests at lended The couple was married on June 22nd in Galveston The porly was given by Staceys grand mother Azella Kapner Dale Cornell and Karen Everyone had a wonderful time and welcomed Patrick into the family Stacey is the daughter of the late Darlene Danner Marabella and Watson exchange vows Mrs Donnie N Brannen Jr lUmmer ale ensations ALL SUMMER CLOTHES AND JEWELRY REDUCED 30 to 50 NO ON SALE ITEMS Veranda located in tfie Wen tie trap 2301 Strand Galveston Texas ADOO SHAPCUP and Dont give up on that bikini you wanted to fit into this summer Theres still time to get and stay in shape and show off Use all of our miraculous and individually planned active exercise machine programs for only per month Then set your sights on the summer of your life But lets get started offer ends soon Barbara Hollingworth 145 POUNDS AFTER 125 POUNDS on a 1 year prepaid program that includes all active exercise equipment first visit enrollment You will be offered our executive program on your 1st visit as a better long term alternative to our 1year membership We reserve the right to limit appointmentsVYour results will vary based on commitment to our program your physical makeup dietary 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