New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 16, 1997, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 16, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 6A □ Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, March 16,1997 Binford, White married Kraft, Sitter to wed Juliette Louise Binford and Anthony Paul White, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage March I, 1997, at Central Christian Church in San Antonio. The bride is the daughter of Dana and Gail Binford of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Kenneth and Julie White of Grapevine, Texas. Eli Bonilla officiated the 7 p.m. double-ring candlelight ceremony. Music was provided by organist George Gregory and piper David Sutherland who piped the couple into the church and out for a carriage ride to the reception. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a formal white gown from Celebrations designed by Alfred Angelo. It featured a soft v-neckline with short sleeves and a fitted bodice of Alencon lace, beads and pearls which fell to a dropped Basque waist and full floor-length skirt edged with wide, beaded Alencon lace. The bride carried a cascade of white roses and calla lilies, the bridesmaids carried jewel-colored bouquets of red and lavender roses, purple iris and baby’s breath. The maid of honor was Jenifer Binford. Matron of honor was Jana Binford Cox. Both arc sisters of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Morgan Cox. Bridesmaids were Lisa Bailey, Christy Lee and Christie Pogue. They all wore eggplant colored dresses designed by the bride and Especially for You, in San Antonio. Mike Hoover was the best man. Groomsmen were Brad Cox, J. O. Binford, Mike Westbrook and Robert Robley. The groomsmen also served as ushers. Collin Cox, the bride’s nephew, was the ring bearer. Following the ceremony a reception, buffet and dance were held at The Plaza Club atop the Frost Bank Building in downtown San Antonio. The buffet was prepared by Chef Dwight. The Plaza Club was decorated with a swan ice sculpture, vases of calla lilies, iris and roses on the tables. The bride’s portrait, by Alamo Photographers, was displayed. The wedding cake table was decorated with red, purple, white and lavender flowers and a Lladro figurine, all done by Especially for You in San Antonio. In charge of the bride’s book was Yvonne Campbell. The Grand March was led by bagpiper David Sutherland. After a wedding trip to Puerta Vallarta, the couple will reside in New Braunfels. The groom is employed by Wuest’s. The bride is employed by Liz Claiborne. Ronda Kraft and Greg Suter, both of College Station, Texas, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Bryan and Gloria Kraft of New Braunfels and the granddaughter of Goswin and Gladys Klaemer of Marion and Melvin and Eileen Kraft of New Braunfels. She is 1993 graduate of Canyon High School and is currently enrolled in the Professional Program in Accounting at Texas A&M University. She will receive her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting in May 1998. The future bridegroom is the son of Bill and Linda Suter of Spring, LAS VEGAS*129 APRIL 5-11 New Deluxe Bus CALL ELSIE (210)379-1257 Texas. He is the grandson of Perry and Vivian Suter of Austin and Clifton and Jane Junek of College Station. A 1993 graduate of Klein Oak High School in Spring, he will receive a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University in May 1997. In the fall of 1997 he will enter graduate school at Texas A&M University to pursue a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. The couple plans an Aug. 23, 1997, wedding at Triumphant Lutheran Church on Bat Cave Road. Ibcu' i Ijausi Child. ^ JI cate, /A Athumia i Children are needed to participate In a clinical research study to evaluate an asthma medication. faitlclpanta muat be • 4-11 years of age • • Suffering from mild to moderate asthma and using asthma medication • • Able to complete 4 outpatient visits at our facility • Receive free study-related medical care and compensation for your time. Central Texas Hoaltti Research (210)609-0900 ^tftrstwetried to sell our home ourselves. After a few unsuccessful weeks, we hired Jack Ohlrich Realty, Inc./ Better Homes and Gardens and the “Talking House." We were very pleased with the results. Our sale was calm and professional, ” says Byron Augustine with wife Rebecca, pictured with their agent, Toya Ohlrich of Jack Ohlrich Realty, Inc J Better Homes t^and Gardens.    ^ Group Escorted I oursAround 5oatt)Texas Tours APRIL I 2b True Women Book Tour MAY 47 TWO Casinos - Latta Chariss, Grand Casino In Kindsr. Tour includes one buffet, lodging, full APRIL* Gaslight Dinner Thaatar... Comedy Play, Indudaa axcaMaot aaats, graal lunch, ad Opa, (aaa, littla walking. $2940. I two day*. 195. JULY 7 H GuI;eston T.vo full fun pucker) d.iys see the t.nit,istle music,ii SifUjifiq iii the Rum F xcellent APRIL I.' Ste,tnt I Min '.Vii'jfi' .ct F esh. ,il in Burnet Utile f CK ilk; City L. oop Im 'nile : .ill Ie. ■, urn ti tips Tull (Pe, itl l u .iiK!>nj ,ii i reser .cd se,it*, the next (lay cruise I ,tki Conroe on bourd the Southern F mprev, Tour mr odes : ..dqmq tho e nu als .ill tees tips it tr es ti 11 ie lits little w.llk liq 'lh1! APRIL lf emoted Back Ranch-. Tour Indudaa lunch, ftpT rtteahmants in Gonzaiaa, al tea, Hula walking. $29 All Iburs escorted. For more information won Juanita Taylor (210)560-2607 r. . e. , A Kentucky & Tennessee    April    25-May    2 Pearls of the Orient    May 5-19 Holland, MI Thlip Festival & Mackinaw    May 13-19 Irish Countryside/ Scottish Islands    May    21-June    3 Nova Scotia/Prince Edward Island    July 6-13 Call 1-800-777-5092 for a complete itinerary Incredible Journeys, Inc. • A Texas based company Kevin and Shealynn Korpt Kiesling, Korpi married Shealynn Kiesling and Kevin Korpi, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage Jan. 4, 1997, at Oakwood Baptist Church in New Braunfels. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kiesling of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Korpi of New Braunfels. Rev. Ray Still of Oakwood Baptist and Deacon Fred Fey of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church officiated the 5 p.m. doublering ceremony. Music was provided by organist Margaret Stapper, aunt of the groom, and soloist Dudley Blakney. Daniel and Kathy Scheel contributed special music. Escorted by her father, Tom Kiesling, the bride wore an Italian silky satin sheath dress with a V-front and back. The gown had a pearl and bugle beaded Vcmse lace bodice and short cap sleeves. The skirt had a detachable train adorned with a sunburst bow. The bride carried a traditional casting bouquet of white lilies, Italian ruskus, porcelina spray roses, Casablanca lilies, alstroemeria, cushions, baby’s breath, various greenery and adorned with a tulle pouf backing. The bride's bouquet was designed by Lenise of Lenise’s Floral Creations. Shannon Effenberger, friend of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Cindy Allman, sister of the groom; Kimberly Engler, cousin of the bride; Kimberly Thorn, friend of the bride, and Hilary Woods, friend of the bride. The attendants carried elegant arm bouquets of stargazer lilies, caspia, Italian ruskus, various greenery and was accented with white filler tulle and bow. The best man was Thomas Korpi, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Chad Haegelin, friend of the groom; Tommy Kiesling, brother of the bride; Craig Norris and David Walter, friends of the groom. Serving as ushers were Kevin Allman, brother-in-law of the groom, and Jon Sonnen, family friend. Following the ceremony a dinner and dance were held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, which was decorated with centerpieces of floating Gerbera daisies and burgundy and white votive candles. Assisting with serving were Amy and Robert Bridges, Vicki Brown, Joanna Brush, Andrea and Kcrstan C opeland, Bonnie and Kyle Engler, Debra Engler, Betty and Bob Kiesling, Bob Kiesling, Bonnie and Werner Kiesling, Janice and Phillip Neff, Joan Ncmcc, Nathan i Procknow, Gerri Scheel, Carolyn Stoll. In charge of the bride’s book was Jana Procknow, cousin of the bride, and Jennifer Davenport, cousin of the groom. The Grand March was led by Harvey and Barbara Borgfeld. After a wedding trip to Lake Tahoe, the couple will reside in New Braunfels. The groom is employed by Plantation Homes. The bride is employed by Central Texas Health Research. Fret TOTAL YARD DESONWhatever jour Pools ft Gardena •••Pool*, Landscaping, Gasohol Or ^hatiai 438 VV. Maplewood St, San Antonio210-308-8855 • Fax 210-308-0662 ;