European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 18 1968, Page 15

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 18, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 16 Thi stars and St Watt Here come \ j mrs. Fred t. Ragsdale or. Mrs. Reed Bolick Mayotte Ragsdale search Bolick a. And mrs. Wilbur s. Jones or. Pat Ondrick wed Nuernberg Germany special when . Ret John g. Ondrick and Wilbur s. Jones shared the class of 31 at the military Academy they never dreamed an event 37 years later in Germany would bring them together again this time As relatives. Miss Patricia Hodgins Ondrick daughter of mrs. Ondrick was married this month to 1st it. Wilbur s. Jones jr., son of or. And s. Jones of Wheeling w.va., during Cere monies Ondrick attended mount de Chantal school in Wheeling and Rosary College in Chicago. is a 1967 graduate of the . Military Academy. Currently he is assigned to the 24thengr. Bn., 4th army div in Fuerth. Santa Monica Calif. Spe Cial _ miss Katherine Anne Mayotte daughter of or. An mrs. C. W. Mayotte Heidel Berg Germany became the Bride of Fred Truman rags Dale jr., son of mrs. Fred , Alhambra Calif. The Bride a graduate of or leans american High school Orleans France attended mount Saint Mary s College in los Angeles. Ragsdale was graduated from Loyola High school los Angeles and Loy Ola University. He will attend a Law school in Berkeley Ragsdale was Best Man for his brother and miss Marie Mayotte was maid of Honor for her sister. Brides maids were misses Sheila rags Dale Susan Borchard Patricia Lynch Arcadia and ther Esa Locke Clinton. . Special miss Virginia Lee search daughter of or. And mrs. Her Man d. Search Karlsruhe Ger Many was married to Reed Todd Bolick son of or. And mrs. Harry e. Bolick jr., Hanau Germany during Cere monies Are graduates of Frank Furt american High has completed studies at presbyterian College her and planned to enter training with the . Marine corps this month. His Bride is a senior at Nebraska Wesleyan University. The Groom s father is mathematics and physical Edu cation teacher with the .army dependents schools. The Bride s father is superintendent of two districts of the . Army dependents schools. Stars and stripes editor Mary Neth Bruce and Donna Johnson love Home on Neckar newlyweds love first Home in Heidelberg by Moser Heidelberg special starting a household in a forc Ign country can be a rigid test for a new homemaker s switch from female Donna Johnson Bride of he Central army group s spec. 5 Bruce Johnson living in German is exciting and totally romantic despite language problems with shopkeepers and a temperament Alstone. Bruce and Donna were married last december while he was on leave in the states. After graduating from Kutztown state College near their Home town of Allentown pa., she joined Bruce in Ger Many to Start their first Landlady Donna said took her under her Wing from the seemed so delighted to have newlyweds renting an apartment. She leaves baskets of fruit at our door and after she heard Bruce likes Ger Man food she started showing me her Best re Cipes their 19th Century apartment located on a tree lined Avenue fronting the Neckar River is an Ideal place for a Young couple to Start their first shopping is the daily task that Donna has found the most challenging. Since she Annbruce prefer German breads and fresh vegetables she makes a daily visit to neighbourhood this is her first household Donna said that she misses a Chance to confide with he Mother on House work. In a Way you re More on your own Here Thanou care to admit Shu said. Mother in t just ill the next town she is thousands of Miles beware thresholds by Nick stavriot1s, staff writer the tradition of carrying the Bride Over the thresh old has been found among the customs of the ancient romans redskins of Canada chinese and Abyssinia is. Kitchen psychologists suggest it s a Wise and Subtle Way to show the wife who runs the House. More objective research dates it Back to the near prehistoric superstition of stumbling As a sign of bad Luck especially for those falling Over their own doorsteps. To avoid the possibility of such an ominous Acci Dent that might doom the marriage from its very beginning the cautious bridegroom carried his , it was t deemed As dangerous if he Stum bled or maybe it was thought that men were More sure footed. Anyway the Bride was t Given the Chance to put her foot into it and wreck the marriage before it began by stumbling in the doorway. And what happened supposedly if one made Sucha Blunder All sort of dire if unspecified things. Stumbling was taken As a revelation by the Agency of unseen evil forces that a person was to face troubles in the future. It was sort of a last one refused to heed the sign and turn Back the evil forces would really go to there s still another explanation of the origin of the custom of carrying the Bride across the threshold. It dates Back to ancient Rome too where it relates to the worship of Vesta the Virgin goddess. The idea Here was since the threshold Wax sacred to Vesta twas in bad taste quite sacrilegious for a woman about to leave her Maiden status to touch , no doubt a wife might find the stumbling superstition More to her All forever after the lady of the House could hold her husband to blame for any marital , if you had t stumbled on Tho threshold i m sure dinner would t Havo burned she could that s Why some modern bridegrooms pro furring a More equal Start in Matrimony walk their brides across the threshold hand in hand. The brides. It. And mrs. Larry b. Mathison it. Mathison marries miss Tuzun at Gigli Gigli a Turkey special miss Mirin Tuzun daughter of or. And mrs. Ala add in Tuzun Bostani Turkey was married to 2nd it. Larry b. Mathi son in the base Chapel. Chaplain maj James r. Styles officiated atthe ceremony highlighted by an Honor guard s Saber Arch for the Bride and Groom. Guard member were 2nd let. Muzaffer Ozener and Sitki Tuncer both with the turkish air Force 2nd its. Stephena. Gershaw Edward m. Smith Daniel j. Harris and 1st it. Donald n. Man was 2nd it Joseph v. D Ambra. Miss Funda eras was maid of . Son of or. And mrs. Martin m. Mathi son of Lake Benton minn., is engineering an construction officer on base. The newlyweds planned to honeymoon at mar Unaris in southwestern Turkey. Most bridal gowns Are of Satin \ be but this style by Dallon is a a us Oral

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