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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Milestones Caffey, Mack marry Kimberly Ann Caffey and Rodger Alston Mack, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage on May IO, 1997. The Reverend Scott Crenshaw, of Wimberly, Texas, performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Ted and Alice Caffey, of New Braunfels. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill W. Colby, of San Angelo, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Caffey of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Glenn and Janet Mack of New Braunfels. He is the grandson of Mrs. Marie Gartman of Santa Fe, Texas, and Mrs. Leah Mack of Dickinson, Texas. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mr. Ted Caffey. The bride wore an off-the-shoulder Eve of Milady lace and tulle creation. The white wedding gown bodice was adorned with hand-made lace, pearls, and see-through lace sleeves with tiny white satin buttons at the wrists. The tulle skirt of the wedding dress was enhanced with pearls, sequins and white lace appliques and a satin binding at the hem, topped off with a chapel-length tulle and pearl train. The bride also wore an alternating cathedral-length veil accented with a lace hand-beaded clasp in which the lace was from the groom’s mother’s original wedding dress. Champagne pearls, which were given as a gift for the tradition of something new, cascaded around the bride’s neck and were accented by simple pearl and diamond earrings to also carry on in the tradition of something borrowed. Flowers for the garden ceremony and reception were designed by The Party Animal of New Braunfels. The bride’s bouquet was fashioned in a brass tussy mussy and presented with fresh white crystalline roses. red roses, white stock, white bavardia, white freesia, and fresh greenery. The tussy mussy is an old New England custom in which the king wanted to give to his bride a very special gift on the day of her wedding. He had one of his craftsmen fashion a holder made of gold and brass in which he could have his gardener place some fresh flowers for his bride. The bouquet was then delivered to the bride as a sign of his affection and everlasting love for her. In return she carried the bouquet when they wed to show her appreciation and undying love for him. Therefore, this is why the groom pays for the bride’s bouquet and the bride of today carries a bouquet of flowers which represents their love for each other. The garden ceremony site was adorned with a special hand-made wrought iron gazebo made especially for the bride and groom in Monterrey. Mexico. The gazebo, which will now serve as the couple’s bedstead, will carry on a special wedding tradition that a couple who marries under an arch will have everlasting love. The wedding aisle was aligned with four hand-made wrought iron arches which were covered in fresh white statis and fresh dark green eucalyptus. The hand-painted aisle runner, embossed with magnolias and greenery, was designed by Mrs. Sherry Snowden and hand-painted by Mrs. Snowden, the bride and her mother. The garden ceremony site was also accentuated with numerous six-foot garden candles and fresh greenery. White wooden chairs were aligned in a crescent shape for the seated guests and were accented with white satin Kimberly Ann and Rodger Alston Mack bows. A unity candle made especially for Kimberly and Rodger was placed on a white satin-draped table under the gazebo with fresh greenery, white roses and white stock accenting the candles. The black baby grand piano on the lush green lawn completed the final romantic touch to the ceremony. Each attendant wore a black and white shantung ankle-length sheath. The empire white bodice of the dress was complimented with lace, sequins and pearls and buttoned at the back of the neck. The gowns were designed by David’s Bridal of Las Vegas. The bridesmaids also participated in a special tradition that is evolved around the cutting of the bride’s cake. The wedding cake is adorned with single white ribbons with a specific charm attached at the end of each ribbon and imbedded in the layers of the cake. Each charm has a special meaning and as each bridesmaid pulls a ribbon from the cake tradition says that a special message will wish them the luck of whatever charm they have chosen to pull, especially for the year that follows the wedding. This ceremony is also a way that the bride can thank her bridesmaids for participating in the wedding. Wedding cakes were designed by the bride and provided by cakes by Irene (Irene Soechting). Robin Riedel Herman, of San Antonio, a lifelong friend, served as matron of honor and Misty Braver of Dallas, Texas, another lifelong friend, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Amanda Evans of San Marcos, Texas; Kelli Caffey of Springhill, Fla.; Kimberly Lyle of San Marcos, Texas; Michelle Sawyer of Brenham, Texas; and Heather Stidham of Austin, Texas. The train bearer was Miss Amber Taylor of El Paso, Texas, and the flower girls were Miss Savannah Grandberry of Fort Worth, Texas; Miss Nikki Hansen of Santa Fe, Texas; and Miss Brooke Hansen of Santa Fe, Texas. All of the flower girls were nieces to the bride and the groom. The bride as well as all of the bridesmaids, moms and aunts, enjoyed a day at The Retreat Salon of New Braunfels before the big event. Mr. Glenn Mack Jr., of Webster, Texas, the groom’s brother, served as his best man. Groomsmen were Todd Naff of Austin, Texas Eric Wittry of San Marcos, Texas; Kyle Herman of San Antonio, Texas; Matt Polhemus of Wimberly, Texas; Scott Stephenson of Austin, Texas, and Curl Caffey of Springhill; Fla. Ushers were Tim Zipp of New Braunfels, Texas; Timmy Richter of New Braunfels, Texas; Randy Watson of Dallas, Texas; Scott Magneson of Austin, and Chris Hansen of Santa Fe, Texas. Ring bearers were Mr. Troy Hansen of Santa Fe, Texas, and Mr. Christopher Meadath of Austin. Both ring bearers were nephews to the bride and the groom. Following the garden ceremony, Mr. Jon Esquivel, pianist, entertained guests, with many favorite songs of the bride and the groom. Hors d’oeuvres and fruit spritzers were passed while the bridal party completed pictures. Photography md video photography were provide I by Citi Video of San Antonio. The garden reception was also held at the Gruene Country Homestead Inn. The grounds were accented with white Arabian tents adorned and draped with white silk liners. Especially designed 42-inch table centerpieces, by The Party Animal, completed the romantic look with candlelight, hand-blown globes and multitudes of fresh flowers. An array of many different types of food stations was placed around the grounds of the Homestead. Guests were able to choose from fresh pasta, steamship or turkey round, fresh fruits, vegetables, cheese displays, an ice sculpture with fresh shrimp and crab claws, as well as several different types of desserts, all provided by Cater All of New Braunfels. The bride and groom’s cake tables were complemented with fresh strawberries and fresh Grand Marnier whipped cream. The reception grounds of the gala event were accented with a twinkling light effect, hand-made wrought iron palm trees with lights, floating rose candles in the pool, and numerous large candles and fresh floral arrangements. The overall romantic atmosphere of the Homestead only added to the fantastic evening experienced by all who attended the ceremony and reception. Music for the reception was provided by Ultimate Entertainment of San Antonio, with Mr. Joseph A. Brown presiding. * 11^*5 kl - g The bride and groom were childhood sweethearts and had been dating for more than seven years. This in itself was a dream come true wedding ... but as a special gift to the bride and the groom, the bride’s parents gave them a send off they would not soon forget. A helicopter landed at the Homestead and swept them off to begin their romantic interlude. Following their honeymoon trip to Maui, Hawaii, the couple has taken up residence in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mack Sr. at the Adobe Verde in Gruene, Texas. Hors d’oeuvres were provided at the rehearsal along with a special toast to the bride and groom. All members of the family and the wedding party shared many memories under the stars that night. Kimberly Ann Mack is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University where she received her degree and teacher certification in Exercise and Sports Science with a minor in Art. Kimberly plans to research employment opportunities in education and recreation once she gets settled in her new home in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Rodger Mack is a graduate of St. Edward’s University where he received his degree in Recreation and Sports Management with a minor in Business Administration. He is employed by Myrtle Waves Water Park in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Howard and Betty Eickenhorst celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 4, 1997. The couple were married June 4, 1947, at William Penn Lutheran Church in Brenham. Their children are Fred Eickenhorst of Cibolo, Doris Fox and Glen and Joann Delano of New Braunfels. Grandchildren are Howie Eickenhorst of Co-tot, Donnie and Ronnie Fox and Dakota and Colby Jo Delano of New Braunfels. Births ■ Bom to Robert and Sherry Daniels of New Braunfels at 7:21 a.m. May 30, 1997, a son, 6 pounds 15 ounces. Grandparents: Lorraine McNeely and Joe Kelton; Christina Rameris and Phillip Daniels. ■ Bom to Mary Green of New Braunfels at 4:42 p.m. May 26, 1997, a daughter, 7 pounds 7 ounces. Grandparents: Jim and Leatha Green. ■ Bom to Michael and Richelle Gomez of New Braunfels at 6:29 p.m. May 28, 1997, a daughter, 8 pounds 5 ounces. Grandparents: Richard and Sheila Warden; George and Delia Gomez. ■ Bom to Adriana Gonzales and Jerry Guerrero of New Braunfels at 6:20 p.m. May 27, 1997, a son, 8 pounds 5 ounces. Grandparents: Eugene and Luisa Gonzales; Butch Guerrero and Emma Sepulveda. ■ Bom to Abelardo and Velma What a Great Way to Si A new home from Select Mobile Homes. Make your next dream come true. Call for details. SELECT MOBILE HOMES lh    So Exit 191, New Braunfels ■ 606-1055 • 608-0304 • 888-792-SAVE 6A □ Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, June 8, 1997 Ruiz, Leos towed Margie Ruiz of San Antonio and Alfredo Leos Jr. are* engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Florentina Ruiz of San Antonio. The future bridegroom is the son of Carmen Leos and the late Alfredo Leos Sr. of New Braunfels. The couple plans a June 20, 1997, wedding. Watson, Montgomery to marry Aimee Audrey Watson of Spring Branch, daughter of Scott and Brenda Watson, is engaged to Anton Wilburn Montgomery of Temple, son of Jason and Evelyn Montgomery. The bride-elect graduated from Smithson Valley High School in 1991. She attended Schreiner College for two years on a volleyball scholarship and then graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 1996. Her fiance graduated from Academy High School in 1990. He attended Hardin Simmons University Eickenhorsts celebrate 50th anniversary Howard and Batty Eickenhorst Margie Ruiz and Alfredo Leos Jr. Aimee Audrey Watson and Anton Wilburn Montgomery for two years to play football and then degree in Management. The couple graduated from Texas A&M plans a July 26 wedding at Trinity University in 1995 with a bachelor’s Baptist Church in San Antonio. Rios of New Braunfels May 26, 1997, a son. Grandparents: Alfredo and Dora Lerma; Arturo and Rosa Rios. ■ Bom to Polly Moncada of New Braunfels May 30, 1998 at 6 a.m., a daughter, 5 pounds 15 ounces. Grandparent: Petra Moncada. Weddings and engagements The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung publishes paid wedding and engagement announcements in its Sunday editions. Wedding announcement forms are available at the front desk, 707 Landa St. Publication of the long form costs $55 to publish while the short form (front page only) costs $35. Engagement announcements al»o are available at the front desk Publication costs $25. Anniversary announcements also may lie made; however, the newspaper has no form tor tho*; f here it no char aw*#/lineaments wk how for more information, contact IM Herald-/chung at 625-9144. 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