New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 1, 1996, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 01, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 10Ag Herald-Zeitung Q Sunday, December 1,1996 daughter, Ashley. The bride’s cake was a three-tiered ivory confection accented with bridal white roses and greenery. It was topped by a Precious Moments figurine. Assisting in the serving were the bride’s aunts, Mrs. Helen Matschek and Mrs. Alice Horecka. The groom’s cake was a two-tiered chocolate creation accented with fudge covered strawberries. Assisting with serving it were the groom’s aunts, Mrs. Dorothy McKinney and Mrs. Shirley Rehfeld. The grand march was led by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schlabach. Other members of the house party were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Heniy, Mr. and Mrs. K< * Speck, Mrs. Maria Horecka, Mrs. Donna Bowers, Mrs. Rene Rehfeld, and Mrs. Jean Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill hosted a rehearsal dinner the evening before the ceremony at Hine Dining Hall at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin where guests were served a fajita dinner. Following a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Fla., the couple is making their home in New Braunfels where the groom is employed by Greg’s Automotive and the bride is employed by Enterprize Management. I S( OK I I I) I ( ii KS Sagebiel, Gold to wed Jennifer Sagebiel of Aledo and Christopher Gold of New Braunfels are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Gordon and Donna Sagebiel of Aledo. She is a 1992 graduate of Aledo High School and a 1996 graduate of Texas Lutheran University where she majored in Psychology and minored in Theology. She is currently employed as Youth Minister for Grace Lutheran Church and St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Bandera, Texas. The future bridegroom is the son of Dana and Gretchen (Eickelberg) Gold of New Braunfels. He is a 1992 graduate of New Braunfels High School and is currently enrolled at Texas Lutheran University where he will receive a B.B.A. in Accounting in December 1997. The couple plans a Jan. ll, 1997, wedding at St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels. Lnnsiopntf uoiu ana jfnnnvf oagaowi Have you given to the United Way? Holiday glo w. ?----—'—"i |    • .-J.    i I H|«.(TAC»E I ANNOUNCEMENT To Michael L. Tilly, M.D. subscribe to Has Moved To the 191 North Union Avenue, New Braunfels, Texas 78130 Herald-Zeitung, Phone (will remain) (210) 620-1191 call Fax (210) 620-1190 625-9144. Office Opens December 2,1996 palace (MeigijtB Antiques <J8!laU 1175 Hwy 81 E., New Braunfels Open 7 days a week 625-0612 • 620-4934 Milestones Hill and Matschek "Quality that brings you a step above the competition for the Protect Your Valuables same price!"marry Miss Ann-Terese Matschek and Mr. Darren James Hill exchanged wedding vows in a double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, 1996, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in New Braunfels with Msgr. Eugene O'Callaghan officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matschek Sr. The parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Hill. As the ceremony began, the bride’s aunt, Mrs. Barbara Davis of Houston, read a tribute to the couple’s grandparents and recognized the presence of Mrs. Agnes Schoellman of New Braunfels, the bride’s grandmother, and Mrs. Alice Rehfield and Mrs. Christine Lewis, both of Seguin, grandmothers of the groom. As Mrs. Davis continued to read the tribute, the bride’s uncles, Charles Matschek Jr. of Rowena, Texas, and Forrest Horecka Sr., and Donnie Horecka, both of Canyon Lake, lit candles honoring the memories of the bride’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Matschek, Mr. J. M. Horecka, and Mr. Ben Schoellman. The groom’s aunt and uncle, Dorothy McKinny and George Rehfeld, both of Seguin, also lit candles honoring the memories of the groom’s grandfathers, Mr. Eddie Rehfeld and Mr. Floyd Hill. The candles in candelabras surrounded by floral arrangements complementing the church decor remained on each side of the church’s marble railings throughout the wedding service. The bride entered the church escorted by her father. She wore a formal gown designed by Forever Yours Gowns featuring an elegantly beaded bodice over a pure silk bouffant long skirt. Seed pearls, bugle beads and large pearls beautifully blended in accenting the soft V neckline and notched short sleeves. A bow trimmed the back waist and gave way to a chapel length train. Her headpiece was a tiara encrusted with bugle beads, seed pearls and sequins with a pouf at the back over a two-tier fingertip length veil delicately edged with ribbon. She carried an elegant cascading bouquet consisting of bridal white roses, dendrobium orchids, Casablanca lilies, estilbe, porcelina sprays and Italian ruskus. The bouquet was completed with various fillers and greenery. Intertwined among the flowers was a blue crystal rosary which the bride’s grandmother had given to her mother. It was carried by the bride’s mother at her wedding. The bouquet was adorned $ith a tulle pouf backing. This bouquet and all flowers at the wedding were personally designed by Lenise Brown, owner of Lenise’s Floral Creations. As the bride and groom met before the altar, the couple’s parents joined them. In response to questioning by Msgr. O’Callaghan, they indicated their support and blessing of the couple’s marriage. Invited guests in attendance also acknowledged their support of the marriage. Following this, the couple proceeded to the altar to exchange wedding vows. Maid of Honor was Lawren Klein, of New Braunfels, friend of the bride. Other bridesmaids were Mrs. Heather Wisdom of Cameron, friend of the bride; Miss Jennifer Clanton of San Antonio, friend of the bride; Miss Michelle Horecka of Grapevine, cousin of the bride; Miss Thao Ho of Houston, friend of the bride; Miss Katie Hill of Seguin, sister of the groom; and Mrs. Rebecca Matschek of New Braunfels, sister-in-law of the bride. Each attendant wore an emerald gown designed by Alfred Angelo. The bodice and portrait collars were Mr. and Mrs. Darren James Hill of velvet, and the full skirts were of iridescent taffeta. European hand-tied cascading bouquets of porcelina spray roses, bridal white roses, and dendrobium orchids were carried by the bridesmaids. Each bouquet was finished with illusion of raw spun gold silk wired ribbon. The Wedding Princesses were Miss Hannah Matschek of New Braunfels, niece of the bride, and Miss Samantha Davis of Houston, cousin of the bride. They wore ivory raw silk princess-style dresses with short puff sleeves, full skirts, and Peter Pan collars. These were topped with embroidered organza pinafores accented with a large back bow. Floral wreaths with trailing ribbons were in their hair. They carried ivory and lace baskets of porcelina sprays, dendrobium orchids and alstromeria lilies adorned with soft illusions of baby’s breath. The best man was Brad Bredesen of San Marcos, friend of the groom. Other groomsmen were Jody Kneupper of La Vem, Calif., friend of the groom; Greg Allen of San Marcos, friend of the groom; Tim Zipp of New Braunfels, friend of the groom; Scott Deisley of New Braunfels, friend of the groom; Ross Rehfeld of Seguin, cousin of the groom; and Thomas Matschek Jr. of New Braunfels, brother of the bride. Escorting his mother down the aisle was Luke Matschek of New Braunfels, Junior Groomsman and nephew of the bride. Ushers were Scott Matschek of Rowena, Texas, cousin of the bride; Scott McKinny of Seguin, cousin of the groom; and Bryan Carr, friend of the groom, of New Braunfels. Music for the prelude, the processional and the recessional was provided by organist, Mr. Wilfred Weinheimer. He also accompanied soloist Mr. Jose Dominguez, a friend of the couple, as he sang “The Wedding Prayer” during the lighting of the unity candle and ‘The Lord’s Prayer.” Other musical selections throughout the service were sung by Mr. and Mrs Mark Kokotajlo with guitar accompaniment. The aisle pews the entire length of the church held arrangements of tulle and floral arrangements of dendrobium orchids, Casablanca lilies, Italian ruskus and various fillers. The altars of the church were decorated with sprays of dendrobium orchids, Casablanca lilies, gladiolus, Italian ruskus and filler flowers and greenery. Following the ceremony, a reception, dinner and dance were held at Tree Tops Restaurant in New Braunfels, Texas. The guest registry was attended by the bride’s cousin, Mrs. Cindy McCoy, and herMaynard, La Rueengaged Tricia La Rue of Spring Branch and Jeff Maynard of Bulverde are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Deraid and Melanie LaRue of Spring Branch. A 1994 Smithson Valley High School graduate, she has attended San Antonio College and is currently enrolled at Angelo State University majoring in education and minoring in kinesiology. The future bridegroom is the son of Ray and Beverly Maynard of Bulverde. He graduated from SVHS in 1994 and is currently enrolled at Angelo State University majoring hi kinesiology and minoring in history. He is a member of the 1995-96 Angelo State Rams men’s basketball team and of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education. The couple plans a Jan. 4, 1997, wedding at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Spring Branch. 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