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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 6A g Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, February 23, 1997Milestones (iiimp Escorted lours REMEMBER: Prom Sec/son Shills Iii.    i/ Om ante adm WU At tatami CIEANEKSft TUXEDOS Jennifer Suzanne Brandenburg and John Zebulon “Zeb” Tidwell, both of Fort Worth, were united in marriage Aug. 17, 1996, at Marty Leonard Community Chapel of the Lena Pope Home, Fort Worth. Pastor John Guilfoyle officiated the 7 p.m. double-ring ceremony. Wedding music was provided by a string quartet of Amy Faires, Greg Sunder, Milissa Kotzer and Amanda Owings. The maid of honor was Suzanne Alaniz. Bridesmaids were Lillie Tidwell, Faith Jones, Sundi Forsythe and Sandi Smith. The flower girl was Tyler Afflerbach, sister of the bride, daughter of Ronnie and Mary Afllerbach of Seguin. Richard Martinez was the best man. Groomsmen were Brian Chase, Jim Wilkinson, Jay Lee and Jon Ford. The ring bearer was Brandon Cockerham, cousin of the bride, son of Gary and Cynthia Cockerham of Seguin. Ushers were Chuck Martin and Cory Brandenburg, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception and dance were held at the Woodhaven Country Club, Fort Worth. In charge of the guest book was Caroline Beicker, aunt of the bride, of Seguin. The bride is the daughter of Mary and Ronnie Afllerbach of Seguin and Gordon and Sandy Brandenburg of Seguin. Her grandparents are Helen Beicker and the late Gus Beicker Sr. of Seguin and Howard and Irene Brandenburg. She graduated from Seguin High School in 1992 and attended The University of Texas at Arlington. She will graduate from Tarrant County Junior College in 1997 as a registered nurse She is a specialist in the Texas Army National Guard as a medic and is employed at Arlington Memorial Hospital in the Emergency Room. The groom is the son of Ramona and Horst Kechelen of Germany and Eddy and Kathi Tidwell of Denton, Texas. His grandparents are the late Charles and Carmen Hopping; Marge Tidwell of Tacoma, Wash.; and Marion Tidwell of Walla Walla, Wash He is a graduate of Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas, and a 1994 graduate of The University of Texas at Arlington with a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering. He is currently working on his master of science degree. He is a member of the Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity and is employed at Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems in Fort Worth as an engineer on research and development. After a wedding trip to Jamaica the couple will reside in Fort Worth. a Citatloni. Crafts O Gifu Keepsakes 0 Wearable Art 307 E. Sat Antonio St 039-7813 Natchez Pilgrimage    March    31-April 3 Azalea & Dogwood Trails of Past Texas    April 4-7 Washington IXC. & Cherry Blossoms    April    10-16 Kentucky & Tennessee    April    25-May 2 Pearls Of The Orient    May 5-19 Holland, MI Ttilip Festival & Mackinaw    May    13-19 Call 1-800-777-5092 for a complete itinerary Incredible Journeys, Inc. • A Texas based company The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You. Fashionable, Practical, Eyswsar. Professional, Friendly Service. . All The Uve Long Day. 844 North Walnut, New Braunfels 625-9770 Capt. and Mrs. Mike Smith McCormick, Smith married Kristi Lynn McCormick and Christopher Michael Smith were united in mamage Nov. 23, 1996, at First Protestant Church in New Braunfels. The 5 p m. ceremony was officiated by Rev Richard Carse and Pastor Ray Still. Music was provided by soloist and guitarist Dudley Blakeney and organist Dr. John Schmidt. The bride is the daughter of Bill and Marge McCormick of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Chris Smith and the late Yvonne Smith of New Braunfels. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white satin gown designed by Madeline Gardner. The V-neck bodice, with long tapered sleeves and a dropped Basque waist, was adorned with hand-beaded Madeira lace. The sheath gown was enhanced by a detachable, cathedral-length train, also adorned with headed lace. The bride's headpiece was a wreath of white Venice lace with a single layer of illusion gently falling down her back. The bride earned an arm bouquet of IO long-stemmed white roses The matron of honor was Shannon Marshall of Boulder, Colo. Bridesmaids were Shelly Johnston of Vancouver, British Columbia; Jennifer Smith, sister of the groom, of Dyess AFB, Abilene; Deborah Jacobson of Colorado Spnngs, Colo., Julie Ebcrwcin of Soquel, Calif; Karla Duggan of Round Rock and Kristin Day of Dallas. Nicole Holland, niece of the bride, was a junior bridesmaid Each bridesmaid wore a formal, black sleeveless gown accented by a white satin collar. They each carried two long-stemmed white roses. The hest man was Chris Smith, father of the groom. Groomsmen were David Eaton of Austin; Stuart Bing of Richardson; Lt. Steve Burrington of Eugene. Ore.; Ltjg. Keon Lindsey of Norman. Okla.; Capt Stephen McManus of Clovis, N.M., and Capt. Shane Pruitt of Grand Forks, N.D. Zachary Holland, nephew of the bride, was the ring hearer. He earned the nngs on a white Bible that was earned by the bnde’s mother on her wedding day. Ushers were Bill McCormick of /cntca, Bosnia-Herzcgovma. and Mike McCormick of Virginia Beach, Va., both brother of the bndc. and Mark Holland of Lafayette, La , brother-in-law of the bride. Andrew McCormick, nephew of the bride, served as an usher. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at T-Bar-M Tennis Ranch. A Scottish bagpiper began playing as the couple arrived. The room was decorated with humcanc lamps and heirloom quilts belonging to the bride’s family. During the evening, music was provided by two classical guitansts. The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's father at Gruene Mansion Inn Restaurant. The couple will make their home •I RAF Mildenhall, England The groom is a KC-135 pilot for the United States Air Force Miss Catherine Annette Wiesner and Mr. Patrick William Ma.iley, both of New Brauiifels, were united in marriage Dec. 28, 1996, at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in New Braunfels. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fred Wiesner of New Braunfels. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank Wiesner and Mrs. Claudia Sullivan Allen. The groom is the son of Ms. Gloria Olin Manley of New Braunfels and Mr. John McCarthy Manley of San Jose, Costa Rica. Msgr. Edward Bily celebrated the 7 p.m. nuptial mass. Music was provided by soloist Mary Tamayo and organist Barbara Houdc. Serving as readers were Joseph Sullivan Allen, uncle of the bride; Deborah Lynn Ramey, aunt of the bride; and Robert Edward Manley, uncle of (he groom. Presentation of the gifts was by John Hensley Jr., friend of the bride, and Wayne Douglas Wiesner, uncle of the bnde. The church was decorated with six pillar candles on the front pews with a white satin bow attached to the bottom of each and white satin bows alone along the remaining pews. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a w!.:tc satin gown designed by Madeline Gardner for Mon Lee. The gown featured a soft scooped neckline and long lace sleeves. The fitted bustier bodice dropped to a Basque waist which gave way to a long, full satin skirt and cathedral length train. The skirt was accented with beaded lace appliques and a wide hem lace edging (he entire skirt and train. The bride's headpiece was a wreath of silk flowers, pearls and iridescent beads It featured loops of pearls underneath a pouf and a double veil of illusion. The bndc earned an ami bouquet consisting of three calla lilies, one dozen white roses and assorted greenery tied with a white velvet nbbon. Amber l.yn Va/quc/, friend of the bride, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Duffy Doyle Crane, friend of the bndc; Elizabeth Elaine Kirkman, friend of (he bnde, Sharon Manley Long, sister of the groom; Jams Ball Manley, sistcr-in-law of the groom; Leya Dawn Simmons, friend of the bride; Heather AI anna Thomas, friend of the bndc, Emily Ann Way, friend of the bride, and Stephanie Lynn Wiesner, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids' dresses were emerald green velvet and mdescent taffeta A portrait collar neckline enhanced (he dropped waist and velvet bodice and full taffeta tloor-lcngth skirt The bridesmaids carried arm bouquets consisting of one calla lily and assorted greenery tied with red velvet ribbon. Shannon McCarthy Long, niece of the groom, was the flower girl. Her dress was emerald green velvet with a sweetheart neckline and tea length skirt. She carried a white wicker basket filled with red and white roses and assorted greenery with red and white satin bows tied around the handle. Brandenburg, Tidwell married I    9Uatorlc Outdoor %rt<§allary/9faw graunftla    I I    Logo    Contest    j j 1300 Cask Award to Winning Entry    I J    I. hnpoto §1 0r$oolattoo    I •    Through arts and cultural tourism, educate, stimulate and enrich    [ •    humanity with panoramic, outdoor, museum quality visual art    J I    depicting the diverse heritage and unique history of New Braunfels,    J J    seeking to malta the city an international art Mecca, creating a J    legacy for all generations while promoting world peace    1 J    lf. Thorn*    I To Design a Logo for “Historic Outdoor Art Gallery/New Braunfels."    1 J    IU. Doo!§o QoMoUoot    I I    1. Must be related to New Braunfels history.    * .    2. Must be easily identifiable to New Braunfels such as: Band    * J    Stand, Plaza, Fountain, Courthouse.    1 3. Must suggest a relationship of art with community involvement.    * I    ZF. Milt ot Cornu    I t. No age restriction.    I 2. Entries can be submitted in any combination of the following    I crayons, pencil, colored pencils, water color paints, acrylic    * paints, oil paints, indelible markers, felt-tip pens, ball-point pens    I 3.    Entries will not be returned. “Historic Outdoor Art Gallery/New    1 Braunfels" retains sole copyrights to reproduce award-winning    * artworks in any combination necessary. Any entry may be    1 displayed/reproduced in publications and promotions by    1 "Historic Outdoor Art Gallery/New Braunfels” sponsors.    I 4. Entries must be postmarked by March 3,1997. You must attach    I your application to your entry. Send entries lo: Logo Contest.    * Historic Outdoor Art Gallery/New Braunfels. P O Box 311805.    1 New Braunfels. TX 78131-1805.    I 5.    Winner will be announced on March IO. 1997 on the Plaza, New    * Braunfels et 4:00 p m. Winner need not be present and will be    I notified    I 6. Additional applications can be picked up at Front Porch Antiques,    I on the Plaza, Mon.-Sat. 10:00-5:30,629-0660. For questions    I calf: Christina Ryrhoim 606-6221.    I •    I 321 Mill Street, New Braunfels 625-3316 The best man was Aaron Jeffries Sutler, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Michael Brent Haecker, friend of the groom; Israel Hernandez Jr., friend of Ihe groom; Dirk Victor Holoubek, friend of the groom; Mathew Scott Johnson, friend of the groom, Mark Steven Long, brother-in-law of the groom; Michael John Manley, brother of the groom; Christian Michael Parker, friend of the groom; Mark Allen Wiesner, brother of the bnde Serving as ushers were Brian Andrew Keagy, friend of the groom; Thomas Severn Landis, friend of the groom; Brian Dale Mitts, fnend of Ihe groom; Ernesto Rodriguez Jr., fnend of the groom; Ottavio Michael Rossi Jr., friend of the groom, Jeffrey Matt Shults, friend of the groom. The nng hearer was Scan Michael Manley, nephew of the groom. Pages were Brandon Manley Long, nephew of the groom, and Ethan William Manley, nephew of the groom. Following the ceremony, a reception, dinner and dance were held at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Tables at the center were draped with white linen table cloths. A long, wide, green velvet nbbon ran down the middle of the table while a hurricane lamp covered a white candle on top of a circular mirror. Completing the centerpieces was a wreath of assorted greenery surrounding ihe mirror and red rose petals scattered around it. In the main room, large ferns adorned with while twinkle lights covered the edge of the stage, while ficus trees covered with white twinkle lights decorated the remainder of the Civic Center. A large ice sculpture of the University of Texas “Hook ‘Em Horns" sign stood iii Ihe foyer. The bride’s cake was a basket weave design Van Horn cake. It was a white cake with white icing and alternating middle layers of vanilla and Italian cream cheese. Hie layers were separated on multi-level pillars.' Gardenias and red roses decorated the cake Stand-up arrangements behind the cake were made up of larkspur, ivy and red roses Assisting with serving were Amy Nicole Kuehl, friend of the bride; Lisa Michelle Landis, friend of the bnde, and Mary' Nan Marck, aunt of the bride. In charge of the bride’s book were Amy Nicole Kuehl and Elsa Michelle Landis Assisting with decorating were Mr. and Mrs. John Marek, uncle and aunt of the bndc, The groom is employed by Hewlett-Packard Co. as a SAP Education Consultant, Aller a wedding trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, tile couple will reside in Dallas. mil I iv AMI SIK a Ul lin SM Ki (tut OHI I Framing fie Mailing Srn-int lh* BtumU Nm’    Ami br JU Year, NOfhQUm Tu«. Wed. Thun 9.30 a m. -3:30 p.m. 5-1722    1282    Hillers ;