Kerl, Mrs Allen Wedding Reception 26 Oct 1958 Beatrice Daily Sun
Yellow and white chrysant h e mums mums decorated the altar of the Salem Evangel ical Rerformed Church at Burchard for wedding of ss Jacqueline Maureen Tegtmeier Tegtmeier of Lincoln, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Tegtmeier, Burchard, to Donald Wade Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phillips of Orlando, Orlando, Fla. The Rev. Radloff of Steinauer performed the late afternoon ceremony ceremony before fifty guests. Gilbert Richardson, organist, played the wedding music and accompanied accompanied Mrs. Radloff as s h e sang, "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride The bride, given in marriage by icr uncle, Frank Spier of Lincoln appeared in a gown of chantilly lace and satin which featured a scalloped lace neckline edged with pearls. The net covered a h o o p skirt, which was accented with a Front lace panel, flared to floor Jacqueline Tegtmeier is bride of Donald Phillips recendy length. A lace scalloped crown, edged In pearls, held her veil. Her bouquet was an arrangement of red roses. Attendants Miss Willadean Spier, cousin of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore blue crystalette over taffeta, and carried a bouquet of white and yellow pompoms. Pete Swantex of Chicago, 111., served as best man, and Carleton Parson of North Carolina seated the guests. Reception A reception was held following the ceremony. Mrs. Frank Spier, aunt of the bride, cut the wedding cake, and Mrs. Allen Kerl, L i n coin, cousin of the bride, poured. Mrs. Dorothy Cox, Mrs. Doris Hart, and Mrs. Lucille Pepperl of Burchard assisted with the serving. serving. The couple are at home In Lincoln Lincoln where the bride is a beautician beautician and the groom is stationed at the Lincol nAir Force Base.