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 - Payne - Tuggle wedding in Odessa Miss Judie...
Payne - Tuggle wedding in Odessa Miss Judie Tuggle and William Thomas Payne, IV, spoke their marriage vows In a double ring ceremony In Saint John's Epls- coapl Church, Odessa, Texas, at 3 n.m. Saturday April 4. Reverend Donald Hungerford and Reverend James Bethel offl- ated, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Tuggle of Midland are the parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Dr, and Mrs. William T. Payne, 2006 North Century, Odessa, Texas, Mrs, Eddie McCrack! in was the organist rendering the traditional nuptial music, Arrangements if whit? chrv- isanthemums adorned the altar and were flanked by branched candelabra entwined stephanotis and magnolia leaves and held white tapers. Magnolia leaf medallions medallions and white votive candles marked the pews. The bride was lovely In a formal formal gown of pure white silk peau de sole with reembroldered candlelight alencon lace, The empire bodice was vested with alencon lace appltqued on English net and was fashioned with a high Victorian neckline and long fitted fitted wrist-length sleeves, TheA- llne skirt veiled with alencon lace, was enhanced by a Watteau train extending from the shoulders shoulders and sweeping to a full chapel length train appllqued with medallions medallions of Jeweled lace. Her fingertip length veil of pure silk Illusion fell from a circlet of alencon lace. She carried a white prayer book covered with heirloom lace entwined with white stepenotls and white orchids. Her father gave her In marriage. The matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Whltfleld, Lubbock. Texas; maid of honor was Miss Nancy Hum, Henrietta, Texas; brldesmatrons were Mrs. Jack Pullen, Burkburnette, Texas and Mrs. Michael Morris, sister of the groom, Austin, Texas; bridesmaid was Miss Emily Payne, sister of the groom, Odessa, 7exas. They were Identically dressed In white pure silk peau de sole full skirts attached to bodice of lilac chiffon, long full sleeves accented with tiny covered buttons buttons and white peau de sole collar. Their garden, hats of lilac maline were trimmed with violet ribbon streamers. They carried baskets of gar den flowers In mixed colors of pink, orchid and lilac. The best man was Dr. William T. Payne, father of the groom. The groomsmen included, Messrs. Gus Payne, brother of the groom, John Vacca in, Gregory Gregory Cavlness of El Paso, Richard Karlas of San Marcos. The ushers were James Hooper, Hooper, Larry Dippery and Gary Cross!and of San Marcos, Michael Michael Morris, brother-in-law of the groom, of Austin. Mrs, Payne wore a short ice blue pure silk alasktn dress accented accented with self bows and match- Ing hat and accessories. Her corsage was of white and lilac orchids, Mrs, William T» Payne, Sr», grandmother of groom, 3316 Fur- due, Dallas, chose pink silk suit with matching accessories with corsage of pink sweetheart rosos. The reception follow ins the ceremony was held in the Parish Hall of the Church, The three-tiered cake was festoned with lilacs and pink roses. Champagne, mints and nuts were served, The groom's cake was of chocolate and coffee was served from a copper samovar. The bride's table was draned with white lace. A silver coffee coffee service was at one end, The table was centered with a sliver branched candlebrum Intertwined with white spring flowers and garlanded with stephanots and pink roses. Bride'stable was also graced with a silver compofp r.on- taining Americana roses. The groom'stable was laid with a green cloth and centering the table was a vase with magnolia leaves. Mrs, Vancene Tuggle, sister- in-law of the bride, registered guests. Serving at the bride's table were Mrs, Phillip Zeek of Odessa and Miss Linda Hewel of Seguin. Serving at the groom's table were Mmes. Larry Dippery and James Hooper, San Marcos. Masters Shaun and Kevin Tuggle, nephews of the bride, carried baskets holding lilac tulle' bags of rice tied with lilac ribbon and centered with lilac straw flowers. The couple left the reception for a wedding trip to New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana. The bride's traveling outfit was a brown costume suit and matching accessories. Her corsage corsage was a white orchid with lavender lavender throat. The bride attended Permian High School, Odessa,and graduated graduated in 1964. Attended Texas Tech, Lubbock, receiving her B.S. in 1969 In physical education education and health. Her Permian High School honors: Miss PHS, Homecoming queen, best all- around, most beautiful, cheerleader cheerleader four years; Leadership of Youth Award presented by Optimist Optimist Club. Texas Tech honors; Delta Delta Delta social sorority; Gama Alpha Chi, Manada Festival Festival Princess, Dean's List, Miss Mademoiselle Pageant. She is presently employed in the Seguin school system. The groom attended Permian High School graduating in 1964. He Is a Graduating senior, Southwest Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, May, 1970; Candidate for degree In chemistry and biology; Member of Kappa Sigma social fraternity. The couple will live at 964 W. San Antonio, Seguin. Out-of-town guests attended from Austin, Dallas, Lubbock, El Paso, Seguin, Wichita Falls, Henrietta, San Marcos, Midland, Kermlt, Sheffield, Ft. Worth, Burkburnette, Klngsvllle, Texarkana, Texarkana, Stockholm, Sweden. Mrs. William Thomas Payne, IV Rehearsal dinner Rehersal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Payne in the Coronada Coronada Rooms of the Inn of the Golden Golden West. The tables were centered with varying shades of white, pink and orcliid lilacs. Place cards marked the settlne for 50 euests. The menu featured strip sirloin sirloin steaks, baked potato, salads and hot breads. Grape ice parfait parfait was served as a dessert. Champagne was poured during the evening. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. T. Payne, Sr., of Dallas, grandmother of the groom, Mrs. H. H. Bornhoeft, Bornhoeft, great aunt of the groom, also of Dallas, and the groom's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hall and Randy of Dallas. 29, Isabel of the of "Whither iron her formal bodice the honor. matron of of ar Gonzales,

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  1. The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise,
  2. 09 Apr 1970, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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