Seguin Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Seguin, Texas
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In an impressive double-rim ceremony at 8 p.in. Friday, Mardi 17, Miss Rita Joyce Unebar*er and Clinton Elley Jr. exchanged their marriage vows in the Greet Lutheran Church. The Reverted Gordon Peterson officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth limber* gar Sr. are the parents of the bride. The groom is the son (rf Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eliay Sr.
Tapers in candelabra formed the setting at the altar and white ribbon bows marked the pews.
hire. Gordon Peterson was the organist and rendered the nuptial music and she accompanied Mrs* Otis Myer as she sang “The 23rd Psalm."
The bride given in marriage by her father was lovely in her formal gown fashioned of imported re* embroidered lace woven with iii* descent yarn combed with dacron organza. The bodice featured short puffed sleeves and a choker neckline. Scalloped lace accented the skirt hemline. Her headpiece was a silk organza bow which held her mantilla veil which extended into a full chapel length train. The train was detailed with hand-pearled Venice lace. The bride carried across-shaped bouquet of white gladioli and yellow carnations with yellow and white ribbon streamers.
Mrs. Jerome Elley was her sisier’s matron of honor. She wore a formal green sheer over satin dress, in the empire style with a yellow sash and bow accenting the waistline. The sleeves were long and ended in wide buttoned cuffs, the bodice was also designed with a high neckline. Her headpiece was of yellow ribbon with streamers. She carried a bouquet similar to the bride’s, only in a smaller design.
The bridesmaids included the bride’s sisters, Misses Carolyn and Nancy Linebarger and also the groom’s sister, Miss Diana EHey.
The bridesmaids were dressed as the matron of honor with some wearing green dresses accented with yellow ribbon sashes andyel-low ribbon streamers in their hair and the others were wearing yellow dresses with green ribbon sashes and green ribbon bows and streamers in their hair. Each carried a single yellow rose bud with yellow streamers.
The groom’s brother, Jerome Elley, was the best man. The groomsmen were Bobby Poole and also the groom's brothers, Delton and Roger Elley.
Assisting as ushers were Melvin Haertner and Roy AbrumeiL Serving as the acolyte was Kenneth Linebarger Jr., brother of the bride.
The bride's mother wore a green knit short-sleeved dress with white accessories and her corsage was of yellow mums.
The groom’s mother was attired in a yellow short-sleeve dress with white accessories and she also wore a yellow mum corsage.
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Immediately following the ceremony a wedding reception was held in the parish hall of the church.
The bride’s table was laid with a white outwork cloth and the centerpiece was a large arrangement of white gladioli, yellow mums and carnations. The bride’s cake was a four-tiered white confection decorated withyellow roses and wedding bells and the top tier held a miniature bride and groom figurine. The cake was at one end of the table flanked by tapers and the silver coffee service was at the other end.
The groom’s table was covered with a white outwork cloth and the bride* bouquet centered the table. The groom’s cake was a double ring German chocolate cake topped with a*fluster of grapes. The punch BO0 was at the otlter end of the MMI. ■
Judy Vogel was in charge of the bride’s book.
The guests were seated at tables laid with beige cloths and ih»* matron of lienor* s bouquet graced I the table where the bride and groom were seated. The other tables were adorned with yellow rose buds in bud vases.
Assisting at the reception were Mines Oscar Vogel, Adolph Knob-
loch, Edwin Wagner, Monroe Haertner and Eugene Theiss.
Serving the bride’s cake were Mrs. Edward Woehler and Velma Kay Clark. Serving the groom's cake were Mrs. Herman Raske and Mrs. Bill Zies. Presiding at the coffee service were Mrs. Melvin Haertner and Phyllis Theiss. The punch was served by Sandra Clark and Mrs. Hoy Abrameit.
Following the reception the couple left on a short wedding trip. The bride chose to wear a gay flowered shirtwaist dress with white accessories and a yellow carnation corsage.
The bride is a 1971 Seguin High School graduate and is presently employed with the Seguin Gazette.
The groom is a 1966 Navarro High School graduate and a 1971 graduate (rf Community College, San Antonio and is presently employed withSherwin Williams Paint Co. in New Braunfels. He is also a member of the L.S. Naval Reserve in New Braunfels.
The couple will be at home at 413 E. Mountain St.
Out of town guests were from New Braunfels, Kingsbury, Johnson City', Geronimo, San Antonio, Gonzales and Austin.
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plan June Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Hurst, Sr. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Deborah Carole, to Ronald Allen Fisher, son of Mrs. Emma McCuistion of this city.
The wedding date has been set for June 24, with the ceremony to take place in the Central Assembly of God Church.
The bride-elect is a student at the Academy of Nursing in San Antonio, Texas. The groom elect is employed with HMC as a Mechanical Contractor Trainee.
Spring Fling tea big success
The La Senisa Charter Chapter of the American Business Women Assn. held their Spring Fling Tea at the home of Dorris Tanner of Lake Placid Drive Sunday. March 19th.
Jean Belknap, President, greeted the guests and extended the hand of friendship to Join A.B.W.A.
Flo Hohlt and her stars, Bobbie Anderson; Estelle Hardy,
and Mary Evans presented a program based on the theme of Dragnet. SgL Friday and Frank investigated the members of ABWA, After the investigation ten guests joined Le Senisa Charter Chapter.
New ABWA Members are Ruth Becker. Susie CouU* Betty Cundeff, Mickey Ferrell, Eureka Hetrick, Mickle Peoples, Wands Street, Barbera Timmermai^ Wynona Welle and Dorothy White*
Garden Club Captures Awards
The Seguin Garden Club captured 15 awards st the District VO Spring Convention of Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. held at Alice, Texas March 16 and 17.
The convention theme was “A Day in Holland*’ with tbs boat Clubs, Retsina, Ceniza* and Hebbronville members wearing Dutch costumes.
Ceramic Dutch shoes, with spring flowers arranged in them, were used on the tables for
Marion elected to Tau Beta Pi
Bruce P. Marion, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Marion, has been elected to Tau Bata Pi, National Ei^ineering Honor society, ss announced oy the Texas Delta Chapter st Texas AAM University.
Tau Bets Pl represents tbs highest honor to be obtained by students of engineering. Membership is swarded on the basis of high scholarship and outstanding character. Bruce is a student in Electrical Engineering and la presently in la his Junior year. He graduated from Seguin High School in 1970.
A.A.U. W. Book sale
The Seguin Branch of the American Association of Univer-sity Woman will hold a used Duos salt at Oak Park Mall from IO KH) A. lf. until SKH) P.M. on Friday, March 31.
There will he a varied selection of over 350 volumes of
the board dinner on Thursday night. There was also a tea called “Tulip Tea by the Zuider Zee’ given on Thursday. The program cover wee a Dutch scene hand-painted by Mrs. G. 0. Vaughan, cf Alice. On Friday the assembly was held in the First United Methodist Church, ae well as the luncheon and the program on landscaping* Tbs luncheon tables held colored paper tulips and daffodils in painted clay pots.
Mrs. Hilmar B. Haegelin, District VO Director from Hondo introduced the State President, Mrs. Robert H. Dooley of FL Worth. The Oops* A Daisy Club from T, L. C. was recognised as the first new club organised in District VO under a new category open to women with little time and titled “How to Grow Garden duly’. Miss Sandra Ridge, who attends TIX and is from Orlande, Fla. is the president of the Chih. Mrs. Dooley announced that an article about the Oops* A Daisy Club would appear in the next issue of Texas Lone Star Gardener.
The Seguin Garden dub received six first place swards
in the District on the President’s Report fay Mrs. Gilbert Krueger; Most Outstanding Program of the Year, Mrs. Albert L Orr being Program Chairman; Club Scrapbook by Mrs. R. E. Hoffman; Blue Ribbon Club Year Book, Mrs. Worth Harkins, Chairman; School Involvement Anti - Litter, by Mrs. Kenneth Paps, Delegate’s Report to State Convention at El Paso fay Mrs* Worth Harkins: Second place
on Publicity and Press fay Mrs. Oscar Kroesche; Civic Development fay Blrs. Hugo Paps; and Therapy fay Mrs. Gilbert Krueger. Special Achievement awards on Outstanding Pilgrimage fay Mrs. C. C. Pennington, and on Community Service by Mrs. Worth Harkins; World Gardening fay the Club; and Environmental Improvement Program offered by Sears. The other awards were on delegate’s reports fay Mrs. G. B. Stagner and Mrs. C. C. Wentworth. Those attending from Seguin were: Mrs.
Worth Harkins, District Standard Year Book Chairman/ Mrs. Robert Gammon, Dist. Therapy Chairman, Mrs. David Bretzke, delegate, Mrs. Gilbert Krueger, President and Mrs. Hugo Pape.
Mrs. Gilbert Krueger, president of the Seguin Garden Club, is proudly showing the 15 awards captured by the local club at the District VII meeting in Alice Friday. Among the six first place awards was the President s first place award. Gazette photo by Stubbs.
THE SEQUIN GAZETTE • MARCH 23,1872 • NEC. I, PG. 8
Youth Livestock and Homemakers officers elelected
At a meeting of the Board) af Directors, Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show, Monday night, Kermit * Westerholm was re-elected pre-«aidant of the organization and i Buddy Si Itmann re-elected ae chairman.
Elected chairman of tne Homemakers division was Mildred Woemdel with Mrs. Howard Alumite# serving ae vice-chairman.
The Board approved the list cf chairmen .and members on the the organization. Serving en the nominating committee were Richard Luaosmann, Riley Springs, W,A* Carley, Mrs. Aitenhof, Mrs. Albert Huber and Mrs. Hilmar Klsehn.
The officers and directors heard the financial report from the recent Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show which was con side red tim most successful in the history of the event.
In the Homemakers division, Mrs. Clarence Krackau was named chairman of the Laked goods. Serving with her will be Mrs. Vernon Schwab. Mrs. Hank Luensmam
and Mrs. Jack Brady.
Clothing chairman will be Mrs. Gilbert Neff with Mrs. Arnold Lehmann, Mrs. OI an Ray Lelsaner and Mrs. Huber serving on the committee. Mrs. Marvin Pah-meyer will chairman the needlework division consisting of Mrs. Gsyler Harper, Mrs. Eugene Theiss and Mrs. Eugene Msuth.
Beef cattle chairman is W.A. Carley with Tommy McKinney, Nelson Schultz and LeRoy Good-son ss members. Riley Springe will head the swine division and have Richard Luensmann, Melvin Vader and Kenny Harborth as members.
Ramie Klsehn Is chairmen of the sheep class and has Eugene Theiss, J.B. Etheredge and Hilmar Klaehn as members of the committee. In the poultry division Willie Johnson will serve es chairman atid have Robert Ewald, Lee Jay Bielke and Monroe Schubert as members,
Mrs. Otto Schultz will be chairman of the rabbit division and serving with her will be Mrs. Otto Haug, Mrs. August Glens-winkel and Mrs. William Mlculks.
Dietz Flower Shop is ready
If you were a king end wanted to make a hit with your queen, you could surely do it fay sending her a gift of fresh flowers for Easter.
Dietz Flower Shop has a wids variety of flowers for Easter, but there probebly will be a rush on the traditional Easter lilies, azaleus, mums, gloflnia, caladiums, and hydrangea, so it may bs a good idea to get in your order early. You can visit the shop in person or place your order simply by dialing 379-3879*
Flowers always have been used ss sn expression of love and there is no more appropriate occasion for expressing your love by sending flowers than on Easter. Words often fail, but flowers can put across the message of love so clearly that the recipient has nodoubt of the emotion the sender wishes to convey*
“We hope to have a plentiful supply of Easter lilies, azaleus, mums, gloflnia, caladiums and hydrangea,’’ said Mrs. Dietz, who operates the Dietz Flower
Shop with her husband Harry, and with the help of Mrs. Tony LeaL
Dietz also has a variety cf of other gift items, including ceramics, and brass containers.
Whatever the occasion — Valentine’s, birthdays, funerals or anniversaries- Dietz has fresh flowers of many types and shades of color to suit every taste and pocketbook.
Dietz alto is a member of a world-wide floral delivery system, and they can send flowers you order to just shout any point on the globe.
Come by and sign up for IO orchids that will bs given away March 29, and you can pick them up April I at Dietz Flower Shop.
They also have a wide variety of blooming plants, including Easter lilies, azaleus, mums, gloflnia, caladiums and hydrangea. Mrs. Dietz st the Dietz’s Flower Shop will be glad
to assist you in your choice of floral arrangements.
“previously owned" books rang-ing in pries from 10/ to 81*00. Also available will be a number
(rf beek issues of READER’S DIGEST and other magazines at very reasonable prices for teachers and others who might find such material useful* All proceeds from this sale will go to the American Asaocia-
tion of University Women's Fellowships Fund which annually provides international
graduate study greats for women seeking s doctoral degree.
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