New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 18, 1997, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 18, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas The following people were married with licenses from Comal County: ■ John Henry Albracht and Ada Marie Clayton of Garden Ridge. ■ Edmund Anthony Blume and Dorothy Taylor Gray of Spring Branch. ■ Mathew Thomas Bowen and Tina Jo Wiedenfield of New Braunfels. ■ Alan Boyd Buchanan and Beth Ann Daniels of Canyon Lake. ■ Wycliffe Doyle Copper and Sharon Marlene Hamer of San Antonio. ■ Mark Stephen Holderfield and Barbra Gean Pina of New Braunfels. ■ James Ryan Nunn and Christine Lynn Krueger of Albuquerque, N.M. ■ Cesar Paez and Rosa Estela Cruz of New Braunfels. ■ Hobert Joe Peak and Lanette Chrane Harlow of Spring Branch. 2.)o&i lf cun GUildt    * cMqaj-& Children are needed to participate in a clinical research study to evaluate an asthma medication. Participants must be • 4-12 years of age • Suffering from mild to moderate asthma and using asthma medication • Able to complete 4-5 outpatient visits at our facility • Receive free study-related medical care and compensation up to $450 f°r your time. Central Texas Health Research (210) 609-0900 YOUR CHILD CLAN PLAY THE GUITAR! SLEEP STORE FUTON GALLERY 1439 S. Business 35 625-5913 Now enrolling for summer SELECT MOBILE HOMES IH 3b Exit 191, New Braunfels 606-1055 • 608-0304 • 888-792-SAVE / % V’ Jp" '.    *    ■ < S?» r • r I*, v *    * s ; d ti *4-A Jennifer A. Schoch and Gregory W. Schlather A- .-i J)    .    ■Milestones Marriages ct&n BbOOftff GUITAR PROGRAM For Young People 5-12_ • Experienced and specially trained teacher. • A thoughtful and caring approach to i lusical skill development. • Scheduled with you in mind. • Free parent newsletter. • Many references. • A convenient New Braunfels location. ‘TU bn! thing I n mr dont tor my child." 6. Ching, Austin Cal): 608-0392 or (800) 594-0049 if' What a Great Way to S A new home from Select Mobile Homes. Make your next dream come true. Call for details. Kelly and Randy Evans McGuire, Evans married Kelly McGuire and Randy Evans, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage April 5, 1997, at BK’s Place Campground on the Guadalupe. The bride is the daughter of Ken and Gayle McGuire of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Ronnie and Gem Evans of New Braunfels. Orville Guinn officiated the 4 p.m. single-ring ceremony. Becky McGuire was the maid of honor, and Bianca Dalrymple was the matron of honor. Bert Folmar served as the best man. A reception followed at Oaces catered by John Evans. Music was provided by Ryan McGuire and The Organization. The couple thanks everyone involved. Canadian Rockies By Rail August 23 - 30 Highlights: Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Baniff, Butchart Gardens, Empress Hotel, first class seating on the Rocky Mountaineer Railroad Includes: r/t air, hotel, railroad, some meals New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Working to be an indispensable part of your day. Schoch, Schlather to wed Jennifer A. Schoch and Gregory W. Schlather, both of New Braunfels, are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ray and Kathy Schoch of New Braunfels. A 1994 graduate of New Braunfels High School, she is a senior at Texas A&M University majoring in anthropology. The future bridegroom is the son of Gary and Linda Slather of New Braunfels. He graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1994 and is a junior at Texas A&M majoring in computer science technology. He is employed by the College Station Independent School District. The couple plans a June 21, 1997, wedding at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. White, Sellers married Michelle Shannon White and Terence Houston Sellers exchanged vows in a double-ring, candlelight ceremony March 8, 1997, at First Protestant Church. The Reverend Daryl C. Higgins officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jim and Cary White of New Braunfels the granddaughter of E. W. and Ruby Neuse of New Braunfels, Charles and Maona White of Kames City and Mary Nell Colvin of San Antonio. The groom is the son of Tony and Edith Sellers of New Braunfels. Organist for the ceremony was Dr. John C. Schmidt. Soloist Ashley Seekatz, accompanied by Brett Cline on the piano, sang “The Wedding Song” and “The Lord’s Prayer.” Together they sang “All I Ask of You.” Escorted by her father the bride wore a white Italian satin gown designed by Mori Lee. The sweetheart neckline was accented with long pointed sleeves covered with Schiffli lace and delicately trimmed with sea pearls and sequins. The Basque waisted full *kirt,wa* . adorned with cut-out Schiffli medallions flowing into a full cathedral trimmed detachable train also adorned with sea pearls and sequins. The back of the gown was accented with a large bow at the waist with long satin streamers. The gown was a gift from her grandparents, E. W. and Ruby Neuse. The bride’s white forehead veil piece was adorned with white flowers and sea pearls and featured a pouf and double-tiered veil of illusion. The bride carried a bouquet of bridal white roses, stephanotis with pearl centers, red spray roses , cathedral-length plumosa greenery, baby’s breath and white calsenea heather accented with tulle backing. The church was decorated with pew sconces, tulle bows, plumosa greenery, Boston ferns and candelabras. Matron of honor was Jennifer Opiela of Goliad, cousin of the bndb. Bridesmaids were Tracy Havens and Sarah Flores of New Braunfels, Courtney DeLee of Spring Branch, Jody Ratlike of Kerrville and Cheryl Stasny of San Antonio, all friends of the bride. Their two-piece gowns were of red Bengaline featuring a double-breasted jacket with a V-neck and pouf sleeves, and fitted floor-length skirts. The dresses were sewn by Antoinette Jenschke. The bridesmaids wore pearl earrings and necklaces, gifts from the bnde. They carried nosegays with red spray roses and white bachelor buttons, baby’s breath and tulle backing. All flowers were designed by Barbie at Flowers by Sharon. The flower girl was Kierstyn Dumont, cousin of the bride, and the daughter of Tab and Kala Dumont of Pleasanton. She wore a white fulllength taffeta and organza dress which tied in a bow at die back. She carried a white basket of flowers identical to the bridesmaids’ bouquets. The groom was attired in a full dress black tuxedo with white satin tie and cummerbund. The best man was Kevin Sellers of New Braunfels, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Matt White, brother of the bnde; Bobby Friedel, Kevin Nemec and Mike Walleck, all of New Braunfels; and Kody Smith of Houston, all friends of the groom. They wore black full dress tuxedos with black ties and cummerbunds. The ring bearer was Quest Newberry, cousin of the bride and the son of Jay and Nodeen Newberry of George West. He wore a lull dress black tuxedo with white tie and cummerbund which matched the groom’s. Ushers were Chris Ponfick, Keith Smith and Daryl McClain, all friends of the groom. In charge of the bride’s book and ceremony programs were Shanna Osbourn of Kenedy, cousin of the bride; and Amber and Cody Sellers of McAllen, cousins of the groom. A reception, dinner and dance were held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The hall was decorated with red table cloths and lace overlays. Red ribbon and hurricane lamps with red candles were placed on guest tables. Boston ferns, ficus trees and lattice trimmed with lights completed the decor. A dove cage with two white love doves was behind the head table. A barbecue dinner was provided by Fishbeck’s Catering and music for the dance was provided by Southbound. The cake was designed in a four-layer pillar and stacked configuration. The white and chocolate Italian cream cakes were frosted with champagne-colored cream cheese frosting. Each top was .decorated with the delicate Cornell i lace piping which draped over the sides to connect with swag shells and ruffles piping. The bride chose fresh flowers matching her floral decorations to adorn the top of each cake. The groom’s cake featured a humorous beach setting. The cakes were baked by Vel Fischer. The Grand March was led by Joe and Ann Rogers. Assisting in serving were Kenneth and Barbara Neuse, Beverly Newberry, Charlie and Nancy Stewart, Lynn Triffet, Clem and Lajuana Kaspryzk, Jim Elyce Janssen, Michael DeLee, Billy Opiela, Julie Tetsworth, Sidney Lock, Lee Mathis and Monica Friedel. The groom’s parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner, which was held at the Gruene Mansion Inn Restaurant in Gruene. After a honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the couple will reside in New Braunfels where the groom is selfemployed and is the owner of T. H. Sellers Metal Roofing Company, and the bride is employed as the assistant manager at Cotton Eyed Joe’s in Gruene. Incredible Journeys, Inc. 1-800-777-5092 • a Texas Based Company ■ Eusebio Perez, Jr. and Janny Rebecca Garcia of New Braunfels. ■ Christopher Michael Rivera and Elizabeth Christine Ybarra of Schertz. ■ Charles Brian Rylander and Elaina Sue Allen of Spring Branch. ■ George Octavio Serrano and Delia Yanez of New Braunfels. ■ James D. Williams and Beverly Ann Blackman of Canyon Lake. Baby-sitter course McKenna Memorial Hospital will offer summer courses to train area baby-sitters. The first two-day Safe Sitter class for girls and boys age 11 to 13 begins June IO at the hospital. The program teaches youngsters how to handle emergencies in medically acurate ways when caring for younger children. The fee is $40. Call 606-2170 to' register. Relax, in Stifle... MATTRESS First Assembly of God 1687 IU. (SI w . New Ri auui t‘li. Texas Castor Dauid Dauy/ieriy and family dnuiie ou, ~t)our Rainily, GBildren and (Jran dc/nldren do Idoln d/iezn in loJors/iip of tde Bord Gome Ids you dire! dill liJe[carne ! * In Tkee, 0 Lord, Do I pul my hull: £ Lei ne sever Le pal lo cosfuftos. i wkvv    Rsalai    /I nn i (2'ie.atLoni. Books by local writer % Artist Joe James “Golf in Texas” S “Laugh Your Way Across Texas” 207 E. San Antonio St.    629-78    IB ;

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