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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 3, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZeilungO Sunday Septembers 1995 03B Milestones JEvans and Recek united in marriage f Michelle Denise Evans and Marcus j John Recek were united in marriage on j Saturday July at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in La Grange Texas The bride is the daughter of Mrs I Eleonore Evans and the late Bill Evans of Wimberley Texas The groom is the son of Anton and Rose Recek of La Grange Msgr Harry Mazurkiewicz offici ated the doublering 2 ceremo ny Readings chosen by the bride and groom were offered by James Recek of the groom and Randy Evans brother of the bride Wedding music was provided by organist Keith Koehl and soloist GabrielleNolen Church decorations were large bas kets of fresh pastel flowers and white satin bows on pews The bride was given in marriage by her brother Bill Evans and her mother Eleonore Evans The brides wedding ensemble was a short sleeve white satin gown trimmed with seed and satin rosettes throughout the gown and train Her fingertip veil Vas attached to a white satin head trimmed with seed pearls and rosettes She carried a bouquet of white and pink roses Maid of honor was Erin Evans niece the bride Bridesmaids included Sara Evans niece of the bride and Kathy Rakowitz Kelly Smith and Kim all high school and college friends of the bride They wore mid calf length short sleeve pastel gowns iof yellow green blue lilac and pink with matching shoes Each wore crys tal droplet earrings a gift of the bride and carried a single pink rose with babys breath and pastel ribbon stream ers Flower girls were Kayci Evans niece of the bride and Victoria Recek niece of the groom They wore pastel flowered dresses made similar to the dresses and carried white trimmed with white daisies land pink rosettes and filled with fresh pastel flowers They wore barrettes of pastel flowers and ribbons and small lockets gifts of the bride The grooms attire was an allwhite tuxedo and pink rosebud boutonniere The best man was Eric Janda longtime friend of the groom Groomsmen were Keith Hluchan nephew of the groom and Mark Novak Glen Roscher and Glenn Eilert all friends of the groom They wore black tuxedos with pastel bow ties and cummerbunds to match the bridesmaids pastel colors with pinkboutonnieres Ring bearers were Matthew Recek nephew of the groom and Isaac Evans nephew of the bride They wore black tuxedos with pink bow ties and cum merbunds and pink rosebud bouton nieres They carried white satin ring pillows made by the brides aunt Bet ty Gulley The brides mother wore a laven der twopiece dress of georgette trimmed with beaded lace The grooms mother wore a twopiece dress with pastel flowered jacket and mint green skirt Both wore pastel flower corsages A reception catered dinner and dance followed the ceremony at the Knights of Columbus Hall in La Grange The hall was decorated with two Boston ferns at the entrance The tables where the guests dines were covered in white with pastel ribbons and small clay pots of white daisies on each table Members of the house party were Evelyn Hluchan of Sealy Pat Recek of Austin Pauline Recek of Bryan Sally Evans of Victoria Patri cia Evans of Boerne Shane Evans of Chicago Janet Machac of Schu lenburg Jodi Recek of Austin Libby Geistmann of Industry Betty Gulley of Uvalde Barbara Jasek of Weimar Doris Kokes of Houston Bea Sum bera Linda Roscher Shirley Polasek Bemice Tiedt and Cynthia Novak all of La Grange The brides book was kept by Jodi Recek niece of the groom and Janet Mr and Mrs Marcus Recek Machac cousin of the groom The brides cake was a vanilla creme confection decorated with comelli lace Each tier was placed on an individual acrylic stand Fresh pastel flowers were placed on each cake along with a tra ditional keepsake bride and groom The grooms cake was a rectangular chocolate fudge with an HEB emblem on top surrounded by greenery Dance music was provided by the Telstars of Houston The grand march was led by Hank and Maxine Holub The couple left on a honeymoon trip to Rorida where they visited the brides brother Tim and family They traveled to Daytona Beach and St Augustine Fla Georgia South and North Caroli na Nashville and Memphis and Little Rock Ark The couple is makine their home in San Antonio The bride graduated from Smithson Valley High School and Southwest Texas State University She is an ele mentary schoolteacher with the La Vernia ISO The groom graduated from La Grange High School Blinn College and Southwest Texas State University He is employed with HEB corporate offices in San Antonio The rehearsal dinner on July 14 was hosted by the grooms parents at the Sacred Heart Center jRochte and Choate wed in doublering ceremony JRobertL Iboth of Austin Hage on June 3 1995 at Fair Oaks Manor in Austin The 7 double ring ceremony was officiated by Rev Beth Marie Halverson The bride is the daughter of Fred and Bette Rochte of Houston She is the granddaughter of Sarah Rochte ialso of Houston and Annie Woods Hialeah Fla The groom is the son of Francie McQueeney of New Braun ifels and Bob Choate of Yuba City Calif He is the grandson of Theo Bad fing and Opal Choate both of New Braunfels The brides father Fred Rochte Sunrise and DeDe sang The Lords Escorted by her father the bride wore a white fitted straight dress with a 10foot train The offtheshoulder dress was embellished with beadwork and sequins She carried a bouquet of lilies with a or and Sherina Rochte served as matron of honor Bridesmaids included Lorelei Choate Kelly Crump Anne Allen and Tammie LeDuc Rick Robinson served as best man and groomsmen included Russell Choate Glen Rochte Lance Dolle Michael Lee and Writ Baese Joel Hinkhouse and Clay Raybom were ushers Hannah Albrecht was the flower girl and Ross Salge served as ring bearer Following the ceremony a dinner anddance reception was held at Fair Oaks Manor which was decorated with speckled lilies and gladiolas and an ice sculpture with an arrangement of the same flowers Tara Coulter Monica Brooks and Sharon Ross were in charge of the brides book After a wedding cruise to the south em Caribbean the couple is at home in Mr and Mrs Robert Choate Austin where the groom is employed by Cellular One and the bride is Births Brian and Pam Phillips of New Braunfels Aug 12 1995 Baby girl 7 pounds 4 ounces Grand parents John and Barbara Batot Phil and Patty Phillips John Anthony Hernandez and Ros alinda Gonzales of New Braunfels Aug 3 Baby boy 7 pounds 12 ounces Grandparents Paul and Roberta Resendiz Jesse and Petra Hernandez Gary James and Cindy Lion Henk of New Braunfels Aug Baby boy 9 pounds 3 ounces Grandparents Francis and Janet Barnes Robert W Henk Frances HenkHalbardier David and Catherine Morgan Schurr Aug at Clear Lake Texas Baby boy Patrick Michael 8 pounds 1 ounce 20 inches long Grandparents Manor and Warwick Smith the late Dr Robert Morgan Mr and Mrs Roger Schurr of Tampa Fla Greatgrandmother Mrs Marguerite G Warwick Sean and Suzanne Dowd of Frisco Texas Aug 18 1995 Baby girl Alexandra Marie Dowd 7 pounds 5 ounces Grandparents Ralph and Gladys Haecker of San Antonio Mrs Rita Dowd of Port Lavaca Peggy Ferris and Nathan Wheatley of New Braunfels Aug 11 1995 Baby boy 7 pounds 9 ounces Grandparents Victor and Shirley Claycomb of New Braunfels Marge and Andy Marchetti of New Braunfels Aug Baby boy 7 pounds 2 ounces Grand parents Rose and Jesse Rojas Ange line G Cosby Marco A Marchetti Mr and Mrs Michael Lea Ann Wiley of New Braunfels Aug 15 Baby girl 5 pounds 11 ounces Grandparents Phil and Jackie Parmenter Leman Buzz and There sa Sawyer Larry and Holly Ross of New Braunfels Aug 12 1995 Baby boy 7 pounds 6 ounces Grand parents Larry and Terri Daniels Joyce and Mike Ferguson Dennis and Doris Tasto Roland and Crystal Leos of New Braunfels Aug Baby girl 8 pounds 8 ounces Grand parents Isabell Robles Juan and Mag dalena Leos Troy and Loma Dean of Spring Branch Aug 11 1995 Baby boy 6 pounds 14 ounces Grand parents George and Patty Falkenberg Jim and Barbara Dean Michael and Terry Tilly of New Braunfels Aug 11 1995 Baby girl Dominique 7 pounds 12 ounces Kenneth Watts and Georgiana Soechting Soechting Watts to wed Robert and Adeline Blggers Biggers celebrate 50 years Honoring the 50th wedding anniver sary of their parents the children of Robert and Adeline Biggers recently held a dinner and dance for family and close friends at the Seniors Center of New Braunfels The celebration held Aug 12 cul minated a weeklong reunion of outof town friends and family Upon entering the mauve gold and white decorated hall guests were enter tained with a video made from pic tures taken of the Biggers from their dating years during WWII to the pre sent This was a gift presented by their four children Oliver Biggers Roger Bieeers Janet Voces and Kathv Bostick Also for viewing were wed ding photographs and a replica of their original wedding cake Following a barbecue dinner line employed by the Mortgage Acceptance Corporation Georgiana Soechting and Kenneth Watts both of New Braunfels are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage Georgiana is the daughter of Kathy Soechting and the late George Soecht ing of New Braunfels She is a grad uate of Canyon High School where she was a member of the FFA and attended Palo Alto College She is cur rently attending San Antonio College and is employed by USAA in San dancing was performed by the Big gers eight grandchildren Gwynna and Duke Biggers Lenin and Landin Big gers Sarah and Kathryn Voges and Meghan and Jennifer Bostick Guests enjoyed dancing throughout the evening Four members of the wedding par Swensen Eleanor Triesch Dierks Ethel Schumann Saur and Lu Wittenbom in attendance Guests traveling long distances for the celebration included Maynard and Mary Miller Howard and Martha Rus sell Donald and Linda Starr John and Lisa Smith and Benny Ray Jones all of Arkansas Cecil and Shirley Howard of Colorado Bill and Marjorie YoT land of Wharton Texas Jim and Mar line Donahue of Dallas and Carroll and Lu Smith of Portland Texas Mrs Jay Hamilton Sharp Howie and Sharp wed Antonio Kenneth is the son of Vickie Watts of Fischer and William R Watts of Canyon Lake He is a graduate of Smithson Valley High School where he was a member of the FFA He is presently employed by Williams Air Conditioning and Heating in New Braunfels The couple has planned an Oct 7 1995 wedding at the First Protestant Church in New Braunfels Jill Marie Howie and Jay Hamilton Sharp both of Uvalde were united in marriage on Aug 5 1995 at the Canyon Lake Country Club The 7 doublering ceremony was offi ciated by Pastor Robert L Doug DalglishJr Jill is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry G Howie of Clyde Texas Jay is the son of Mr and Mrs Jack Sharp of Canyon Lake Jende Cole of Irving was the maid of honor Shelly Woolley of New Braunfels served as matron of honor Bridesmaids included Julie Sheperd and Cindy Warmke both of New Braunfels and Krista Mitchell of Okla homa City Okla Serving as best man was Randy Births Mr and Mrs Ryan Brenda Grantham of Prairie Lea Aug 16 Baby boy 7 pounds 3 ounces Grandparents Jerry and Janice Zercher Pistol and Johnnie Grantham Dennis and Renee Herfurth of New Braunfels Aug 15 1995 Baby girl 7 pounds 6 ounces Grand parents Mary E Rice James and Esther Rice Arthur and Dorothy Her furth Sharp the grooms brother of Little Rock Ark Groomsmen included Jeff Howie brother of the bride of Haskell Texas Ron Simon of Houston and Ricky Sheperd and Joe DeLeon both of New Braunfels Flower girls were Kaci Greathouse of Clyde and Julia Thomason of Bel ton Texas James File of New Braunfels was the ring bearer Following the ceremony a dinner anddance reception was held at the Canyon Lake Country Club After a wedding trip to St Lucia West Indies the couple is making their home in Uvalde where the groom is selfemployed and the bride is employed by the Uvalde ISD George andOralia Peacock of New Braunfels Aug 6 1995 Baby girl 6 pounds 11 ounces Grand parents Pauline Diaz Mr and Mrs Leoiy Viola Peacock Mark and Harmony Brundrett of New Braunfels Aug Baby boy 5 pounds 3 ounces Grandparents BingChien and Kwan Laug Liu Chen of Kaohsiung Tai wan Republic of China Jack and Bil lye Brundrett of Irving Texas   

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