New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 22, 1997, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 22, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 22, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas CA □ Herakl-Zeitung g Sunday, June 22,1997 wmm Milestones -A ---    ■----■    Itnnii    Fl.l ■■■I MBI Mf. Mid Miv« racnara 9001I ■■pfiiiiin Dreyer, Ziperman wed Miss Susan Kay Dreyer and Mr. Richard Scott Ziperman were united in marriage on April 5, 1997 at First Protestant Church in New Braunfels. Reverend Darryl Higgins officiated the double ring ceremony. Organist was Dr. John Schimdt, who was accompanied by violinist Mr. Tom Engler. The bride is die daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dreyer of Marion. The groom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Ziperman of Westport, CT. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ziperman of West Palm Beach, FL. Escorted by her father, the bride wore an ivory Italian silky satin gown accented with alencon lace, pearl, and clear sequins. The semi-cathedral length train was trimmed with twin back overskirts adorned with ivory, cafe and rum-pink flowers. The fingertip veil was held by a brocaded bow. The bride’s jewelry consisted of a single strand of pearls, pearl earrings and her great-grandmother’s diamond wedding ring. She carried a bouquet of two dozen pink and white roses and a handkerchief which belonged to her grandmother. Matron of honor was the bride’s sister, Mrs. Gayle Stroh of Marion. She was assisted by Dr. Jeanne Flinn, the bride’s college roommate, of La Grange, and the flower girl Miss Amanda Kay Stroh, the bride’s niece. The..attendants wore two-piece, ftttbWength suits in navy crepe accented with pearl and rhinestone buttons. They carried bouquets of pink tulips, roses, wax flowers, and blue thistle. The flower girl wore an Italian silky satin gown made by the same designer as the bride’s gown and carried an ivory basket of pink and white roses. The groom’s twin brother, Philip Ziperman of Burtonsville, Maryland, saved as best man. James Bienen of New York, NY was groomsman and Michael Zachary Clements of San Antonio was ring bearer. Ushers were Joe Daly of Boston, MA and Glen C. Stroh, Jr., nephew of the bride, of Marion. ’■VI ..<* -rn Hp? Christina Wsnzsi and Robert M. Castle III Hill, Hanz marry Marcella Hamilton Hill of San Antonio, and Brandon Ray Hanz of New Braunfels, were united in marriage on March 22, 1997, at Christ Presbyterian Church in San Antonio. The bride is the daughter of Ms. M’Liss Hamilton White of Midland, Texas and Mr. Gerald L. Hill of San Antonio. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall J. Hanz of New Braunfels. The Rev. Floyd Lewis officiated the double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of white satin. The bodice was made of alecon lace embrodried with seed pearls. The gown had a chapel length train with hem outlined in lace and pearls. The bouquets and candelabras consisted of purple heather, yellow tulips, coral roses and assorted foliage. The matron of honor was Lorie Willis, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Cherie Douglas, Kimberly Parker, Lori Phillips and Elizabeth Sheppard. The best man was Mark Hanz, cousin of the groom. Groomsmen were William Blanchard, Glenn Griffin, Jeff Scarbrough and Josh Taylot. Serving as ushers were Brett Doerr, Ernest McFarland, Duane Hutson and Chris Mugrage. Ring bearers were Coho Willis and Mason Willis. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Spring Hill The bride’s book was attended to by Mrs. Norma Hernandez and Ms. Diane Degenfelder, both of Dallas. Immediately following the wedding, a dinner and dance was held at Tree Tops in New Braunfels. The dining room and patio were decorated with pink, pearl and white balloons, and pink bows accented with pink, white and navy tulle. The head tables were decorated with floral arrangements of pink tulips and stocks accented with ivy and votive candles. The guest tables had center pieces of bride and groom bunnies surrounded by pink and violet flowers, pink, navy and white tulle, and pink tapered candles. A disposable camera was placed on each table. Favors for each guest were tulle bags filled with Jordan almonds. Toasting the couple were the best man and Mr. Todd Staats of Albuquerque, NM, close friend of the bride. The bride’s cake was a four-tiered confection with pineapple filling decorated in pink and white accented with white bells and topped with a bride and groom. The groom’s cake was chocolate with chocolate frosting and topped with a cluster of sugared grapes. Amrelle Clements and Wendy Reinke, the bride’s cousins, served the wedding cakes and were assisted by servers Tammy Hickman, Sarah and Susan Dreyer, Jenna Reinke, and Kim Triesch. Guests were also treated to decorated sugar cookies in the shapes of Texas, hearts, tulips, and bells. Out of town guests attending the wedding came from New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Colorado and Dallas. Following a honeymoon to the islands of Maui and Kauai, Hawaii, the couple has moved to their new home in Coppell, Texas. The bride is employed by Trammell Crow Company as an Assistant Controller in Dallas. The groom is a Regional Vice President for MA Financial Services in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. William Ziperman hosted the rehearsal dinner for the wedding party and all out of town guests at TBarM in New Braunfels. Hochanadel, Padden wed Monica Lynn Hochanadel and Andrew Owen Padden, both of Denver, Colorado were joined in marriage May 17, 1997, at the Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Overland Park, Kansas. The bride is the daughter of Dave and Lyla Hochanadel of New Braunfels, Texas and the granddaughter of Kathym Geiger of Mandan, North Dakota. The groom is the son of Roger and Ellen Padden of Corpus Christi, Texas. Father Dennis Wait officiated the 2 p.m. double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by Walter Drone, organist; Claire Geddes, cousin of the groom, played the flute; David Cantwell, trumpet; and vocalist, Peter Adams. Escorted by her father, the bride was beautiful in a gown fashioned of white delustered satin with a V neckline and short sleeves. The bodice of the gown had a figure molding basque waistline, and the entire bodice of the gown was covered with venise lace. The edge of the sleeve on the beautiful dress was edged with a satin band making the sleeve match the full skirt. The full skirt of the wedding gown was bouffant and was finished with a detachable train. The bride wore a beautiful headpiece made of silk shantung, the veil was a waterfall style and was delicately adorned with scattered pearls. The veil was shaped and cathedral length. The bride’s bouquet was made of pale pink roses, ivory stock, pink peonies, stephanotis and fem. The bridesmaids carried yellow roses, ivory stock, pink peonies and fem with white tulle bows. The matron of honor was Kristin Pilisbury, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Paige Doerste, Amy Bock, Jody Sheahan, Allison Blair, Sara Cullen, all friends of the bride and Meghan and Emile Padden, sisters of the groom. Bridesmaids wore periwinkle blue crepe floor length dresses with banded necklines and bows at back. The best man was Neil Padden, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Ron Drake, Brian Hendrickson, John Sheahan, Nathan Wegner, Peter Quale, and Jeff Lane, all friends of the groom and Steve Hochanadel, brother of the bride. Ring bearer was Adam Hochanadel, nephew of the bride. Serving as ushers were Scott, Brian and Bret Hochanadel, brothers of the bride. Patti and Gloria Hochanadel, sisters-in-law of the bride were the lectors. In charge of the guest book was Pam Padden, sister-in-iaw of the groom. Church bells were rung by Devin Malone, cousin of the groom. Following the ceremony a buffet reception and dance were held at the Brookridge Country Club. The reception greeters were Jan Mueller and Anellen Neill, friends of the bride. The bride’s cake was a unique design of four-tiers decorated with white icing adorned with primrose flowers in spring colors of pink, lavender, and yellow with green leaves. Surrounding the cake were fresh spring flowers and greenery. The groom’9 cake was a two-layered yellow cake with chocolate icing. The center of the cake was a solid chocolate Shamrock. Serving the cake were Katie Hendrickson and Tracy Drake, friends of the groom. The couple’s wedding trip was to Lake Tahoe, Nevada and San Francisco, California. The couple resides in Denver, Colo., where the groom is employed by Brass Smith, Inc. of Denver and the bride is employed by Samedan Oil Corp. as a petroleum geologist. The bride and groom are both graduates of the University of Kansas. Wenzel, Castle to wed Christine Marie Wenzel of New Braunfels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Wenzel of New Braunfels, is engaged to Robert M. Castle III from San Angelo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Castle, Jr. of Georgetown. She attended Canyon High School where she graduated in 1991, and Southwest Texas State University, from where she graduated rn 1997 with a degree in elementary dducation. He attended Georgetown High Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Ray Hanz Event Center. Texas. Sheena Bradshaw was in charge of The groom is employed by Royce the bride’s book.    Holies, Inc. The bride is employed ^ The couple will reside in Houston,    by Gypress-Fairbanks ISD.    « Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Owen Padden Om anta trnkm TOU A* animi iii’ i *> i ) \\UEANEIS t TUXEDOS 321 Mill Street, New Braunfels"625-3316 In A Rush 'Try Our Drive-Thru Service UGO, f .0 ^ayLynn %“COME ON AROUND TO GAYLYNN’S CREATIONS” 207 E. San Antonio St    \    629-7813 Group Escorted Ti inis School where he graduated in 1989, and Southwest Texas State University, from where he graduated in 1993. He is employed by Infolab. The couple is planning a July 12, 1997, wedding at St. Paul Lutheran Church. After a honeymoon in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the couple will reside in Lubbock. Canadian Rockies by Rail National Parks Tour Branson w/ Eureka Springs New England Fall Foliage Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Exotic Costa Rica alg. 23-30 lept. 5-17 lept. 18-22 jpt. 29-Oct. 9 Opt. 9-13 Kt>v. 6-15 Incredible Journeys, Inc. 1-800-777-S092 • A Texas Based Company 'OdMa Garde and Anthony Camareno Garcia, Camareno to marry Odilia Garcia of McAllen, Texas, daughter of the late Jose and Luisa Garcia of McAllen, Texas, is engaged to Anthony Camareno of New Braunfels, son of Harry and Janie Camareno of New Braunfels. She is employed at Hill Country M.H M R. 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