Seguin Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Seguin, Texas
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«#j. *75 Now *55“ Bog. *S5 Now *62“ log. *95 Now *70“Miss Peterson-R.W. Mc Means married in California
In a quiet family wedding at 2 p. rn. June 16, Miss Brenda Sue Peterson and Rodney Wayne Mc Means spoke their marriage vows in a double rine ceremony in the U.S. Naval Chapel in Sam Diego, California. Reading the vows was Harold F. Synions, Chaplain, US. Navy.
Mr, and Mrs. H.S. Peterson of Phoenix, Arizona, are the parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Mr* and Mrs. Lloyd McMeans of this city.
The bride wore a long floor length white crepe gown designed with brief sleeves and a scoop necklline. She wore a white orchid corsage.
The groom's best man was Mike Peterson of San Diego, brother of the bride.
Mrs. Mike Peterson was the matron of honor.
The Junior bridesmaids were Susie and Lorie McMeans of San Antonio, cousins of the groom.
The bride I attendants wore long floral polyester gowns featuring short sleeves and each wore a rose and daisy corsage.
The bride's mother wore a two piece white suit with a blue blouse and her corsage was a white orchid.
Hie wedding reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Peterson in San Diego,
The wedding cake was a three tiered white confection decorated with blue and yellow flowers and the top tier was adorned with a miniature bride and groom figurines.
The bride and groom will be at home in San Diego while the
groom awaits his U.S. Naval orders.
Out of town guests attending the wedding were Mrs. Lloyd McMeans (rf this city; Mrs. Mollie McMeans of San Antonio, aunt of the groom; Nancy Vayo of Austin and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Peterson of Phoenix, Arizona.
July 4th all day birthday party
On July 4th, Donald Morawietz and his family entertained some friends at the parade to celebrate his birthday.
Everyone gathered atop his big “parade-watching” posts
(trucks) and enjoyed comfort and refreshments.
Afterwards, about 30 friends and relatives enjoyed assorted crackers and cheeses, dips and chips and cold beverages on the Morawietz*s patio. Friends Included those from Corpus Christi, New Braunfels, San Antonio and Seguin.
In the afternoon, the Donald Morawietz family joined the Sam Janysek family at their home on Turtle Lane. Other guests were the John Greln's. Sunning, swimming, bestriding, and skiing (for the first time for the honoree) was enjoyed by everyone. Ham-burgera-hot dogs barbecue and other delicious refreshments were served, completed by two birthday cakes.
Mrs. Michael Evans
Miss Kay Marston bride of Michael Evans
In an impressive ceremony at 8 p.m. July 7, Miss Susan Kay Marston and Michael Lynn Evans exchanged their marriage vows in the Jackson Woods Presbyterian Church in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Marston of Corpus Christi, are the parents of the bride.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Lea Evans and Howard Evans, both of San Antonio. He is also the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Ewald Sr. of this city.
The bride given in marriage by her father was lovely in her wedding gown of ivory organza and Alencon lace over taffeta. The gown was designed with a fitted lace empress bodice with pearl embroidery, Victorian neckline, Bishop sleeves and appliqued skirt. Her full chapel length mantilla veil was horde red and appliqued with Alencon lace held by a lace calot. She carried a cascade bridal bouquet centered with an orchid.
Mrs. Carrie Ewald Tucker of Dallas, cousin of the groom.
sang "The Wedding Song."
The acolytes were Herbie Young and Jerry Allan,
Mrs. Ashley Exum of Corpus Christi was the matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Ray Richbourg of San Antonio: Miss Virginia Kisling of Houston; Mrs. Edward Shaw of Dallas; Mrs, David Long of Corpus Christi.
Serving as the bride's flower girls were Stacy Smith of Kingsville and Karen Murphey af Corpus Christi.
Arthur A. Marston Q, af Corpus Christi, brother af the bride was the best man.
The groomsmen were james Srubar of Dallas; Doug Ocker of Corpus Christi; Gerald Gallagher and Steve Patterson, both of College Station.
Following the ceremony a wedding reception was held at the Pharaohs Country Club,
Serving the groom's cake was Mrs. Priscilla Baldwin af Buffalo, New York, sister af the groom. Also assisting in serving the groom's cake was Kimera Kay Young of Karnes City, cousin of the groom.
The bride is a graduate of Mary Carroll High School in Corpus Christi and received her BA degree from Southern Methodist University in 1973. She is presently a candidate for MA degree in English from Southern Methodist University in August 1973.
The groom is a graduate af O.W. Holmes High School, San Antonio, and a 1970 graduate of Texas AAM University receiving his BS degree. He is presently a candidate for his PhD in Nuclear Physics from Texas A A M at Los Alamos, New Mexico.
The couple left the reception for a wedding trip to Puerto Vallarto, Guadelajara. Mexico. And upon returning will be at home in Loa Alamos, New Mexico.
Mbs Cynthia Vann
Afternoon party for Miss Engbrock
Mrs. Eugene Koepp and her daughter, Mrs. Betty Jean Jones honored Miss Barbara Engbrock, bride-elect of Dave Gettlg, with a party at 1:30 p.rn., Friday, July 6, in the home of Mrs. Jones.
Upon arriving Mrs. Jones served the guests strawberry punch.
The hostesses presented the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Jerome Engbrock with azalea pink carnation corsages.
As the some 22 guests arrived the hostesses presented them with cup towels to embroidery in their own patterns and designs. These towels were later presented as gifts to the honoree.
The dining room table was laid with a white outwork cloth and was centered with an arrangement of azalia pink daisies and baby's breath in a silver container. Mrs Jerome Engbrock presided at the silver coffee service. A congealed fruit salad, assorted party sandwiches, cookies, nuts and mints were also served.
The entire Jones home was adorned with summer flowers. The hostesses presented Barbara Engbrock with a sterling silver thimble.
Mademoiselle H.D.Club meets
The Mademoiselle Home Demonstration- Club met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Charlie Franklin. The president, Mrs. L.K. McIntyre opened the meeting.
Some seven members answered roll call with ''How I have been (typed."
The program was presented by Mrs. J. B. Hanks and her subject was *• The Informed Consumers." Following the informative program the members were served refreshments.
The surprise box was won by Mrs. Franklin. The meeting adjourned with the members repeating the club motto.
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Miss Clayton bride of Jerry Allen Vinyard
The Walnut Hill Lutheran church, 3202 Royal Lane, Dallas, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Lloydine Lydia Clayton and Jerry Allen Vinyard, at 8 p. rn. June 23. The Reverend G. Duane Johnson officiated.
The bride is the daughter af Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Clayton 10522 Allegheny Court, Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Vinyard, 1633 N. Guadalupe, Seguin, arr the parents af the groom The bridal aisle was laid with a white aisle carpet and pew candles decorated with ivy and white bows designated the family pews. Two white baskets containing yellow chrysotile-mums on white trellis stands were at the altar and two silver vases graced with white and yellow flowers were on the two pulpit shelves. Two large candles were on the altar.
Mrs. William Boyle of Da Has, was the organist and accompanied the soloist. Miss Bernice Meyer, of Miami, Florida, aa she sang, "O Happy Home," and "O furled Love."
Mr. Everett A. Clayton es coded his daughter to the altar and gave her in marriage.
The bride was pretty in her bridal gown of white orpnza and lace accented with short sleeves, high neckline, empire waistline and a chapel train detailed with lace. A high crown of lace and pearls held her bouffant veil af white tulle. She carried yellow and white rose buds in a double cascade.
The r.uiid of honer was Miss Cheryl Maeniui at Pslacios, Texas. the bride*s roommate for six years. She wore a yellow dotted Swiss dress over peau de sole. The waistline was defined with a high belt of yellow peau de soie with white lace appliques. The sleeves were short. Her headdress was at fresh white daisies and Ute carried a bi ket of white daisies and baby's breath.
The groom's brother, Keith Vinyard cif this city, was the best man.
Assisting as ushers Larry Vinyard, brother of the groom; Charles Seller, of New Braunfels. Gary Clayton of Dallas, brother of the bride.
The bride's mother wore a pink silk coat dress in shirt waist style with long full sleeves and she wore a white orchid corsage.
The groom’s mother wore a white and green small print knit dress with tong full sleeves and her corsage was also a white orchid.
The Fellowship Hall of the church was the setting for the wedding reception
The bride’s table was laid with
net over a white cloth and yellow roses with white gathered net were tucked on the table skirt at various interval!. The appoint meats were in silver. Hie bride's tiered cake was frosted in white with yellow and green sugarsupn flowers. Yellow tapers in silver holders flanked the cake.
Tile groom's tablew.iscovert with a green cloth and the cake was a German chocolate confection with green fruiting decorated with marzipan in lemoiv orange and lime,
I lie ladies of the Altar Guild uf the Church assisted at the reception Serving the two cakes, the coffee and punch were Miss Sharon Ar tilt, Fredericksburg, Mrs.
C. C. C'r»tsenberg of Moline, Illinois, aunt of the bride; Miss Frances Surovik of this city; Miss Florence Ilohlt also of this city, ais! Miss Bernice Meyer of Miami , Florida.
The couple left the reception for a wedding trio to Carlsbad
Caverns Nat'I Park, New Mexico and the'bride wore a white pique dress and a corsage of yellow rosebuds.
Upon returning the couple will be at home at 936 Ne Ida, Seguin
The bride attended East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee her freshman and junior years and she attended Texas Lutheran College her sophomore and senior years and received her degree from TLC. She taught school in Marion, Texas the past two years as an ) Ie manta ry teacher. She is presently employed as anaccountant at Structural Metals Inc.
The groom graduated from Texas Lutheran College and la presently attending graduate school at Southwest Texas State University.
Among the out af town guests st the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Setter of New Braunfels; Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Cratsenberg, of Moline, Illinois and Allen Peterson of Alexandria, Virginia.
Shower honors Jan Boehnke
Jan Boehnke, bride-elect of David Anderson, was honored with a miscellaneous shower at IO a.m., Saturday, July 7, in the home of Mrs. B.C. Baum-bach. Co-hostesses were Mrs. W.L. Glenewlnkel and Mrs. Curtis Tim mer rn ann.
Upon arriving, the honoree was presented a bride doll corsage made from a teaspoon In her chosen stainless pattern. Her mother, Mrs. Ed. Boehnke, received a similar corsage in the bridesmaid design with the bride's chosen colors of blue and white.
The serving table was covered with a white damask cloth and centered with ornamental silver scales holding grapes in fall colors which the bride has chosen to decorate her home.
An assortment of fruit and nut breads, apricot streussel coffee cake and a Swedish tea ring were served along with a fresh fruit filled watermelon half. Mrs. Boehnke served the coffee from the stiver coffee service.
Among the 25 guests present was tile bride's grandmother, Mrs. Annie Boehnke from Multi OOH.
The hostesses gift to the honoree was a place setting in her clio sen stainless steel pattern.
Surprise birthday party held
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Janysek surprised Barbara (Mrs. Donald) Morawietz tai lier blrthday, Tuesday, July IO at their home.
Upui returning to the Janysek home following dinner , Barbara was greeted with “Happy Birthday” by friends and relatives.
The guests included Hie W.E. Sollelss, parents of the honoree, the David Behai family, the John Groins, Mrs, Willie Mae Morawietz, Mrs. Udo Schulz, the Janysek children and the Morawietz children.
After cooling beverages, Barbara opened lier thoughtful gifts. She was wearing a full length multicolored dress trimmed with white collar.
Tile refreshments included assoiled dips and chips, punch and a banana bundt birthday cake decorated with red candles, baked by tile hostess.Miss Cynthia Vannto wed KL. Gonzales
Mrs. Zellee McGarity announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Cynthia Yvonne Vann to Richard Leon Gonzales. The bride-elect is also the daughter of the late Carl L. Vann Sr.
The prospective groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Charles Gonzales, Sr., is a Senior at S.H.S. After graduation he plans to enroll in Ryder Techinical Institute for Mechanics in Dallas, Texas. He is presently employed at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge.
The wedding date is set for Sept. 8, 1973 at the the new St. James Baptist Church.
Mr. & Mrs. Rodney W. McMeans