New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 18, 1997, Page 7

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, May 18,1997 Q 7A Milestones 4-H Roundup draws area youth Laura and Richard Anderson Mathis, Anderson wed Laura Rachelle Mathis and Richard Allen Anderson were united in marriage on Saturday, March 22, 1997, at the First United Church of New Braunfels. The Reverend Gary Mathis, uncle of the bride, officiated the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Pat D. Mathis and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill S. Mathis, both of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Mrs. Veda Anderson and the late Frank M. Anderson of Altus, Okla. The candlelight ceremony was performed before an altar centered by a massive arrangement of Stargazer lilies, Queen Anne’s lace, beargrass and greenery. Spiral candelabra entwined with garlands of lemon plumosa flanked the altar. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an elegant gown of white satin designed by Jim Hjelm. The sheath silhouette featured a halter neckline and wide straps in the back that made a V to a small bow from which was draped a detachable chapel-length train. To complete the ensemble, Laura chose a beaded Alencon lace mantilla that cascaded beyond the train of the gown. She camped, bouquet of Casablanca lilies, white roses, stephanotis and trailing ivy. The maid of honor was Shana Davis, friend of the bride, of Lake Jackson, Texas. Bridesmaids were Audra Lane, cousin of the bride of Stanton, Texas, and Rhonda Mathis, sister-in-law of the bride, of Manhattan, Kan. They were beautifully attired in long navy crepe sheath dresses, designed with a sweetheart neckline and short cap sleeves. They carried hand-tied arm bouquets of Casablanca lilies, Carnaval roses and lemon leaf. Caitlin Anderson, daughter of the groom, served as flower girl. She wore a dress of white organdy and carried a silver basket of Carnaval roses. A garland of white roses adorned her hair. The groom’s brother, Kenny Anderson of Altus, Okla., was the best man. Assisting him was Colby Anderson, son of the groom. Groomsmen were Tim Mergele and Daniel Powell of San Antonio, friends of the groom. Providing the wedding music were Marcie Meador, soloist, Humayun ~ureshi, classical guitarist, and orence Swoap, organist. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception with buffet dining and dancing was held at the Woodlake Country Club in San Antonio. The focal point of the decor was a massive ice carved vase Filled with Casablanca lilies and Queen Anne’s lace. Flanked on either side were the wedding cakes. The bride’s cake was a four-tiered vanilla confection abloom with Carnaval roses and trailing ivy. The groom’s cake was a scalloped German chocolate cake draped with frosted grapes and centered with a cascading arrangement of fresh flowers ana frosted grapes. Laura is a graduate of Canyon High School and Texas A&M University. She is employed as the Scholarship Officer at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Richard is a Sraduate of Altus High School in ltus, Okla., and is employed as Service Manager for Signtech. USA LTD in San Antonio. After a wedding trip to the island of Kauai, Hawaii, the couple will make a home in San Antonio. By ROGER D. HAVLAK Special to the Herald-Zeitung “Three days of sharing” is the focus of the annual Texas 4-H Roundup June 2 through 6, which draws thousands of 4-H members from across the state. For nearly eight decades, youth from across the state have come to Texas A&M University to participate in educational events and compete in various contests during Texas 4-H Roundup. These young people learn the value of helping others by providing donations such as canned goods and eyeglasses, said Chad Wootton, 4-H assistant with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. "Rallies will be held to motivate participants about community service and allow them to present collected Births ■ Mark, Tammy and big sister Caitlyn Barber joyfully announce the birth of twin girls. Maigan “Maggie” Andrews Barber, 6 pounds, and Baily Oliver Barber, 5 pounds, 14 ounces, were bom on April 23, 1997 at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio. Maternal grandparents are Cathy Andrews of New Braunfels and Ray Andrews of St. Louis, Missouri. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Barbara Barber of New Braunfels. ■ Bom to Greg and Kelly Naizer of New Braunfels at 7:29 p.m. May 2, 1997, a daughter, 8 pounds. Grandparents: Rick Holmes and Sherry Holmes; Mr. and Mrs. James Naizei. ■ Born to Sheila Castor and Fernando Trevino, Jr. of New Braunfels at 2:31 a m. May 5, 1997, a son, 7 pounds 6 ounces. Grandparents: Juan Castor and Maggie Flores; Debbie Castor and Jim Herye; Fernando and Alice Trevino Sr. ■ Born to Karin and Edward Hesler, of Seguin, at 6:10 p.m. May 6, 1997, a daughter, Hannah Lee Doran-Hesler, 7 pounds 9 ounces. Grandparents: Tom and Nina Doran; Charles and Mona Healer ■ Bom to Barbara Russo and Eric Burgener of New Braunfels at 10:05 p.m. May 8, 1997, a daughter, 8 jftr/. v'.U* '•SN*** uV Model DU915QWDB QUIET WASH " Plus Series Und«rcounltr Di*hw«*h#r TM dishwasher that does more! • Backed by a 30-Day Money-Back Quiet Guarantee (if not quieter than your previous dishwasher). Plus Series Untofcountw Dnn»»»n«i The dishwasher that does morel • Backed by a 30-Day Money-Back Quiet Guarantee (if not quieter than your previous dishwasher). QUIET PARTNER Series Undwcotwtw Oishwntrw The dishwasher that does morel • Backed by a 30-Day Money-Back Quiet Guarantee (if not quieter than your previous dishwasher). V(i other dishwashers hold mon1 dishes limn Whirlpool POWER (LI:ASIM dishwashers (210) 625-5710 Hours: Mon.-Frt.: 8-5 Sat.: 8-12 (HI HQ HBICe__ 921 IH-35 W. New Braunfels, TX TACL13003097C goods to recipients in Bryan and College Station,” Wootton said. Donated items will be distributed to local charities. Many youth who come to the Roundup this year will be setting foot on the same soil as their parents and grandparents walked years ago, said Dr. Nelson Jacob, Extension 4-H youth development specialist. The campus has changed over the nearly 80 years it has been held, but the enthusiasm of young people remains the same. When Roundup began it went by a different name — Farmer’s Shortcourse. Photos dating back to 1919 show Tomato Club (4-H) girls with their canning demonstrations. Around that time, girls also competed in such events as the “buttonhole contest.” pounds 8 ounces, 19.5 inches. ■ Bom to Blanche Yvette Molina and Omero Herrera, Sr. of New Braunfels at 5:55 a.m. May 8, 1997, a son, 7 pounds 7 ounces. Grandparents: Diana Montanez and Ricardo Molina Sr.; Raul Herrera Sr. and Ester Aleman Herrera. ■ Bom to Kenneth and Deana Frontz of New Braunfels at 6:11 p.m. May 9, 1997, a son, 6 pounds 6 ounces. Grandparents: Harold and Mary Kail of New Braunfels; Bill and Betty Moon of Alvarado, TX. ■ Born to Melonie and Terry Lehmann of New Braunfels at 4:08 a.m. May 9, 1997, a son, 6 pounds 9 ounces, 21 inches. Grandparents: Joe and Delora Graham; Lenard and Patty Lehmann. ■ Born to Marie and Edward Perez of San Marcos at 4:17 a.m. May 11, 1997, a daughter, 7 pounds 9 ounces. Grandparents: Josie Sierra and Alfred Martinez; Electro and Sylvia Zuniga. ■ Bom to Carlos and Roxann Leal of New Braunfels at 10:19 a.m. May 11, 1997, a son, 7 pounds 4 ounces. Grandparents: Jesse and Carol Flores; David and Mary Ester Leal Fashion still takes center stage with Texas 4-H Fashion Show. More than IOO contestants exhibit knowledge and skills in purchasing, construction and modeling skills. Today, newer programs include T.O.T.A.L. (Teens of Texas Acquiring Leadership) — a hands-on, two-day leadership seminar and Texas 4-H Beating the Odds Program, which recognizes 4-H members who have achieved significant personal accomplishments while dealing with limiting circumstances. Events that have been around for years and remain highlights of Roundup include the Texas 4-H Food Show, “Share the Fun” talent contest and judging events. Comal County 4-H is being represented at Roundup by Bethany Taylor, in die State Food Show, and Jinny Edwards, Jonathon Schmidt and Wesley Blackman, who will compete as a team in the Range and Pasture Grass Identification Contest Corbee Wunderlich, as a member of State 4-H Council, will be actively participating at Roundup the entire week. (Roger D. Havlak is an agent with the Comal County Agricultural Extension.) Bridging the between the Doctor’s Office and the Emergency Room ■■New Braunfels ^^^nuUnor Emergency ■■BBMmI    226    N. Union • 609-3413 N B M E Convenient Extended Hours Monday through Friday: IO a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturdays: IO a.m. to 5 p.m. iBabartan billage &esftaurant anti pier Batten Authentic German and American rrgmga.    Food    &    Atmosphere *Entertainment for the Whole Family" May Specials Friday Evening 5p.m. - 8 p.m. A Sunday 12 noon - 2 p.m. GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST $5.95 I rn I Ru e Pilaf. 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