Richard Sigg - wedding announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sigg St. John's is setting for Day-Sigg vows Miss Patricia Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Day, Gas, became the bride of Richard Sigg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sigg, viola, on Sept. 9- at St. John's Catholic Church in lola. The double-ring vows were received by Father William O'Malley. A program of accordion music was provided by Mrs. Nelda Cuppy of Moran. The bride chose as her wedding gown, one designed and fashioned by her mother of handcrocheted wild roses and Irish lace, lined with satin. The high neck, long, tapered sleeves and bottom of the long skirt was edged with roses and laced with blue ribbon. The veil of bridal illusion was held in place with crocheted wild roses lined with satin and accented with beads. She carried a cascade arrangement of green foliage centered with a white glamellia. Miss Jessie Pearman served as maid of honor, and Kathy Meredith as bridesmaid. They wore floor length dresses of light green dotted Swiss and carried nosegays of white and blue daisies. Louis Glen Trester, a nephew of the bride, carried the rings on a heart-shaped satin pillow. Lara Trester and Dawna Louann Barnes, nieces of the bride were flowergirls. They wore floor-length dresses of light blue dotted swiss with a white daisy corsage and carried white crocheted baskets edged •with green. Miss Kathy Sigg, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book Serving the groom as best man was Jeff Brust, with Charles Johnson serving as groomsman. Ushers were Carl Sigg, Denver, a brother of the groom, and Larry Murphy, brother-in-law of the groom, from Dallas. A lunchepnjrggjsption followed the ceremony ..'at St. John's School. The bride's table was covered with a white crocheted cloth over light green, and centered with a floral arrangement of white and blue daisies and blue candles. The three-tiered cake was baked by Mrs. Jim Strong of Moran and served by Mrs. Karen Trester. Mrs. Kit McGuffin poured the punch. They_ were assisted by Miss Uanria Yocham. Mrs. Delia Barnes, Mrs. Nancy Manley and Miss Glenda Day were in charge of the gift table. The couple will make their home in Dallas.