Dorothy Duncan - 1-11-1979
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilson Riebel and Wilson marn/ in afternoon cerennony Pamela Kay Riebel and Clifford Wilson exchanged wedding vows at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, in St. John's Catholic Church. The Rev, Francis Wasinger performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Riebel, Routes, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilson, 401 S. Buckeye. The bride wore a gown of white organza with a Queen Anne neckline and sweeping chapel-length train. Both the gown and matching veil, which was attached to a Juliet cap, were trimmed with Chantilly lace. The bride's bouquet was white carnations carnations and miniature red roses. Sundra Riebel of Sylvan Grove was her sister's maid of honor, and Debi Beal of LaHarpe and Terri Beck were bridesmaids. Their gowns were red polyester. Taylor Preston served as best mai> and Jim Parr of Colorado Springs, cousin of the groom and Craig Collins Carlyle notes (Mrs. Harold Mclntyre) Guests Jan. 4 of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Troxel and Jimmy were Mr. and Mrs. as groomsmen. Mike Riebel and Mike Wilson, brothers of the couple, were groomsmen. Wedding music was provided by Carol Mix, organist and David Dutton, Dutton, vocalist. Bryan Riebel carried the rings and Michelle Riebel was flower girl. They are cousins of the bride. The newlyweds were honored at a. reception in the community building at Everett Shepherd Park. Cousins of the bride, Bonnie. Marlene, Janie and Maria Riebel served cake and punch. LaDonna Clark and Rita Runner, cousins of the groom, and Kathy May assisted at the gift table. Becky Barnett registered the guests and Crystal Hamilton, cousin of the groom and Barbara Riebel and Johnny Walker, cousins of the bride, handed out wheat bags. '"~*-^e Wilsons will be at home in Manhattan where they attend Kansas State University. The bride is employed employed in the admissions department at St. Mary's Hospital. The bride was feted at miscellaneous showers given by Natha Mynatt on Dec. 9 and by Dorothy Duncan and Terri Duncan in Dorothy Duncan's home on Dec. 10. '