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M^s"----^^ 8 ^ Ss -™ lt< * ie Rossow Are Wed T i.-,* ~ morn fog in the Joseph s Catholic Church. The double- ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Tinney, pastor, before an altar decked with white gladiola, stock and mums with large baskets of gladiolas, fern and ivy. Mrs. Otis Magee, organist, accompanied accompanied Miss Linda Jacobs soloist, for the wedding music. ' The bride was escorted down the isle by her father. She selected ar> original hnndchpped silk gown of candlelight chantilly lace and over bridal taffeta The pointed- basque bodice featuring featuring a scolloped sabrina neckline accented with reembroidered seed-pearls. The bouffant skirt of organza was edged in a border of lace with an underneath flounce skirt of lace. The upper skirt was caught at the sides, front and back accented with roses. Her veil was shoulder , length . silk illusion depending depending from a cluster of leaves She carried a large white orchid orchid with cascading white roses entwined entwined with a crystal rosary with satin streamers and lilly of the valley for her bridal bouquet. son oi Mr. and Mrs. David Krouse, Baytowh, celebrate^ ius second birthday June 2. Grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Krouse, Columbus; Tex., and Mr, and Mrs. A.-R. Krouse, Houston Gregory has one :sister, Cyjithia Katherine. ^ff 3 - Pv- J - Krizak, sister-in-law dress of __ a flounce over skirt of matching'pr- ?anza. She carried a cresent of white munis and stock florets; The rose headpiece gloves and shoes were of turquoise also. Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs, Herman Dodson, Miss; Ronnie Ronnie Naiser and Miss Charlene Spurloek. They were dressed identically identically to 'the matron of honor. They carried bouquets of white mums and stock florets with two- toned turquoise streamers. Leon Mudd, Gonzales, served as the best man and Henry Rossow < Jr., Gonzales, brother of the groom, Ronnie Naiser and J. C. Foyt were the groomsmen. Usher duties were preformed by Vernon Ellerbe, Houston, brother- in-law of the groom, and Leonard Clawson, cousin of the bride. Janet Sue Ellerbe, niece of the bride was the flower girl and her dress was of white satin with organza organza and lace trim accenting the bodice. She wore a small flowered hat with a tull veil. Timothy Eugene Krizak, nephew of the bride, was the ringbearer. The reception was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall and house party members were Miss Jane Krazak, Weimer, cousin of the bride, Miss Rosalie Flores, Miss Gayle Du Bose, cousin of the groom and Miss Billie Gay Cupps. The table .was decorated with white satin table cloth with garlands garlands of smilax draped in scallops around the table and clusters of pink petete rose buds accented each scalloped. 1 ' Aqua punch was served from an ornate-sterling silver punch bowl using smilax drapping around the silver tray. Silver tiered candelabra candelabra were used on the table with the traditional tiered wedding cake at the opposite end of the table. For her wedding trip to Galveston Galveston the bride chose a fitted dress of soft blue with white accessories and a white orchid going away corsage. . - . ; The new Mrs. Rossow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Melvin J. Krizak, 2630 W. Main. She is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. Durham Business College and is employed with , Signal Oil and Gag Co., Houston! •- . The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry-Rossow, .703 Cedar Cedar Bayou-Lynchbiirg Road He is a graduate of -Round Rock High School in Austin and is employed with .Tehn-Tex-Alloy and Chemical Chemical Co. of Greens Bayou. Austria Adopts New Code VIENNA (AP> _ An Austn an ma P who gets a girl into trouble and then leaves her in the lurch will face a prison term of up to six months under a new penal code. This is one of the most important important provisions of the code for the protection of women. The new code drafted by an Austnan Justice Ministry Com. mission, is. a modernization of Austira's present penal code, which still contains clauses adopted at the time of Empress Maria Theresa 200 years ago. Under the new regulations, a man must not expose a woman, tearing his illegitimate child, to need and distress. He is obliged to give her "all necessary financial financial and moral help" during the time of pregnancy. If he fails to do that, and the woman dies as the result of his neglecting her, he even faces a jail term of up to three' years. The old code offered little help for unmarried mothers. A man only had to pay for the confinement confinement and for the maintenance of the mother for three months after the birth. He had to provide for the baby, though. The thought guiding the justice ministry experts working out the new code was that the most difficult difficult period for an unmarried mother was the time before the birth of the child, says Dr. Paul Hausner, a leading justice minis- today is regarded regarded as less narrow - minded than it used to be about illegitimate illegitimate children, but there are still parents who considered unmarried unmarried pregnancy a disgrace and cast off their daughters. The girl may also lose her job. Therefore .she needs the help of the man who is responsible for her condition. Additional punishment punishment is hi .store for him if the girl commits suicide or has an abortion carried out. . Similar laws have been in effect effect in several "other European countires, Hasuner says. Although Although there have rarely been, if ever, court proceedings for viq ^official. Jfubiic opinion MRS. EDDIE W.' ROSSOW The Former Miss Krizak Middle East Is Exciting NEW YORK (AP) - Touring woman anyway soprano Anne Ayer flew out of unique and not' Shirag, Iran, in the wake of tribal revolt recently. In Egypt.her sensitive traveling is always smooth ixpenence. Yet she is enthusiastically urg cnTSint^i f " ~ ff <? at ^ artist s and professional peo- subjected to a suffocating pl e to take their talents to the sand storm. .Also in this counrty . nes she sat humiliated on the con- participating in government cul crete stage until the hisses, cat- tural exchange programs ? few?!!?, ?^ m E"P ? f a thron £ " Tll °se People are so hungry to of ; 3000 curious byt-not necessari- know what we are really like ' ; ly_ music loving Arabs subsided, says . the ash blonde, freckled _ , . , ree In Lebanon, the beautiful tuned Miss Ayer who with her squared concert piano for her accompan- features and healthy glow/looks ist was discovered. to be without more like a tennis star than foot pedals mere hours before diva eldom trafficked countries b\

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 03 Jun 1963, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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