Burwinkel, Paul Wedding 05sept1969

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Burwinkel, Paul Wedding 05sept1969 - and William Cowgill, the Alpha entertained Vows...
and William Cowgill, the Alpha entertained Vows Spoken MR, AND MRS. PAUL H. BURWINKEL St. Patrick's Catholic Church o f , Fayetteville was the setting for the ceremony which united in marriage Miss Betty Arme Sutton and Mr Paul H. Burwinkel Monsignor Koenig officiated at the double ring ceremony at half past the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, Saturday, July 26. Altar servers were Robert and Jerry Burwinkel, brothers of the groom Miss Sutton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wallace W. Sutton, Hillsboro Rt. 7. Mr. Burwinkel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Burwinkel, Fayetteville. The Franciscan Brothers of St. Joseph Novitiate, Fayetteville, provided the program of nuptial music. Vases filled with gladioli and other summer flowers graced the altar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was radiant in a floor length gown of bridal satin overlaid with silk chiffon Inserts of lace enhanced the bodice at the high neckline and long sleeves that ended in bridal points over the wrists. The back of the gown featured a full, circular train. The bride's cathedral veil of lace and tulle, caught to a queen's crown, was first worn by Mrs. Jerry Dehner, Cincinnati, aunt of the groom. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations and baby's breath. Mrs. Wendell Pointer. Jr., was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Frances Sutton, sister of the bride, and Miss Mary Burwinkel, sister of the groom AH of the attendants wore floor length gowns of light blue satin with silk chiffon overlay. The empire bodices were adorned with lace and a mock train added accent to the skirts. They carried bouquets of blue and white carnations. Each wore brief matching veils on their hair. Their jewelry was a birthstone necklace, a gift of the bride. Miss Linda Wilson. New Market, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a floor length gown of yellow satin and chiffon, styled identically to the senior attendants. She carried a small basket filled with yellow flowers. Mrs. Sutton selected a pink and blue flowered silk with blue chiffon overlay for her daughter's wedding. The gown was styled with long, full sleeves. Her accessories were of pink and pinned at her shoulder was a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Burwinkel, mother of the groom, wore a brown linen dress trimmed in beige. Her accessories were of beige and her shoulder corsage was of white carnations. Mrs. Ottellia Bunvinkel wore a dress of soft, summer green and Mrs. Lester Dehner wore a beige suit. They each had corsages of while carnations. Both are grand mothers of the groom. Mr. Wendell Pointer, Jr. Mow- ryslown. attended Mr. Bunvinkel as best man. Ushers were Mr. Richard Bunvinkel and Mr. Steven Burwinkel. brother? of th* groom i Master Gary Wilson, New Market. cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. A reception for 200 wedding guests was held at the Parish of the church immediately following the exchange of wedding vows. The bride's table was centered with an eight tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature and groom. Arrangements of carnations accented the lovely ap pointments. Hostesses for the reception were Miss Karen Browning, Dayton, Miss Debbie Guthrie, Sardinia, and Miss Connie Lengefeld, Hillsboro. When leaving for a wedding to points of interest in Kentucky and the Smoky Mountains, the Mrs. Burwinkel was wearing a frock of navy blue styled with a pink collar and pink accessories. Pinned at her shoulder was a carnation corsage from her bridal bouquet. The young couple has established their home for the present at 3420 South High St., Columbus. Mrs. Burwinkel is a graduate Whiteoak High School. Mr. Burwinkel is a graduate of Fayetteville High School and is serving the U. S. Air Force. He just recently returned from a tour of in Germany and is stationed at Lockbourne AFB, Columbus. Wedding Breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Sutton, Mowrystown, aunt and uncle of bride, entertained with a wedding breakfast for out-of-town guests of t h e Sutton-Burwinkel wedding, Saturday morning. July 26. Bridal Showers Bridal showers honoring Miss Betty Anne Sutton were given to her wedding to Mr. Paul H. Burwinkel by Miss Connie Lengefeld and Miss Barbara Kelley, Mrs. Robert Pitzer, Mowrystown, and Mrs. Jerry Dehner, Cincinnati. * * * Musser Reunion Held Aug. 31 The annual Musser reunion was held at the Coonhunters Lodge Aug. 31. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Musser, Miss Linda Maul of Sardinia; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickerill. Kenneth, Gary and Joyce of Russellville; Miss Janet Young of Winchester: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Musser and of New Vienna; Mr and Mrs. Lowell Alexander of Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Carl Musser of Seaman: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and children. Mrs. Joseph Newland. Jan and Pam: Paul and Birdie Musser, all of Georgetown; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bissinger, Musser, Wilbur and Minnie Bick. Mr. and Mrs. Louden Burnett, and Mrs. James L. Burnett and Jeff, all of Hillsboro. "DEAL WITH CONFIDENCE" MARVIN WILSON COMPANY Real Estate--Auctioneers 112 E. Main St., Hfllsboro, O- bpti

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  2. 05 Sep 1969, Fri,
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