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 - MRS. WILLIAM STERLING DOSS Carolyn Ann Asher...
MRS. WILLIAM STERLING DOSS Carolyn Ann Asher Becomes Bride Of William Sterling Doss Miss Carolyn Ann Asher became the bride of William Sterling Doss in a ceremony which took place at 8 o'clock in the evening on June 26 in the sanctuary of Calvary Baptist Chue h. The Rev. Jimmy Hinton, of Temple, performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Asher. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. George J. Fielder, of Killeen. The church auditorium reflected unusually beautiful decorations. Centering the altar was a brass arch flanked on either side by brass flower stands holding arrangements of white gladioli, stocks and pom pons with English ivy and ferns. The pews of the church isles were marked with hurricane lamps caught with white satin bows. Mrs. Gene Johnson, organist, played the wedding music and also gave the accompaniment for Miss Carolyn T. Tice, of Belton, who sang "Theme from "Love Story" and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of white silk organza over matching fabric. The straight skirt was enhanced with lace medallions re-emboidered with seed pearls and rhinestones and tiers of dainty lace edging. The lace edging was repeated on the long, puffed sleeves with wide bands at the wrists. The empire bodice featured a high neckline outlined with lace. Her mantilla of imported French illusion was edged with lace and extended into a chapel length train. She carried a cascade bouquet of white glamelias nestled in white net puffs. Mrs. Ronnie Barkouski, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Pam Trietsch, of Belton, Mrs. Nick Nichols, of Rogers and Mrs. 5th Jerry Chandler, of Dallas. The attendants wore identical gowns of icy aqua organza. The empire bodices featured full gathered sleeves with button trim on the cuffs. The waists were defined by darker blue velvet ribbons with streamers extending to the hemlines. They wore matching hats of tulle caught at the back with daisies and they carried bouquets of white glamelias in net puffs, caught with showers of aqua ribbons. Tracy New, of Oklahoma City, cousin of the' bride, was flower girl. She wore an aqua organza dress designed on empire lines. Ruffles accented the long sleeves which were gathered at the wrist and matching ribbon defined the waist. She wore daisies in her hair caught with blue ribbon streamers and carried a white basket of nosegays of baby's breath with aqua and white net puffs. Ringbearer was Michael David Barkouski, nephew of the bride. He wore a white tuxedo with white coat and carried the rings on a white heart-shaped satin pillow trimmed with lace. Freddie Latham, of Killeen, served as best man. Groomsmen who also served as ushers were Ronnie Goodnight, Larry Levy and Randy Curtis, all of Killeen. Candlelighters were Randy Curtis and Larry Levy. Mrs. Asher chose for her daughter's wedding a yellow ribbed knit A-line dress with short sleeves. She wore white accessories and a white camelia corsage. Mrs. Fielder, mother of the bridegroom was attired in a mauve knit complimented with three-quarter length sleeves. She wore beige accessories and a corsage of white camelias. A reception was held immediately immediately following the ceremony in the church fellowship hall. Assisting the bridal couple in receiving their wedding guests were their parents and the bride's attendants. Miss Janet Cundieff was in charge of the bride's book which was flanked by an arrangement of aqua and white stocks and pom pons, most suggestive of the bride's chosen wedding colors which prevailed in all the decorations. The bride's table, covered with lace, reflected unusually beautiful decorations. Forming the centerpiece was artistic arrangement of gladioli and stocks accented with clusters of blue gypsophelia. Completing the decot were silver candelabra holding bridal tapers tfirtifMd in aqua. The white wedding cake, arranged in three tiers separated by Grecian columns, was elaborately embossedvith dainty aqua roses and scrolls, the top tier held a bridal arch topped with love birds. Mrs. Joe fid New and Mrs. f .J. Allred served the wedding confection and presiding alternately at the punch bowl were Mrs. Bill Schulte and Mrs. Billy Archibald. The bridegrooms table was covered with ivory lace and was set with gold serving pieces. A three-layer German chocolate cake was served with punch. Other members of the house party who assisted with the courtesies were Mrs. Buddy Seadik, of Austin, Mrs. Philip Hammil, of Huntsville, Miss Marilyn Ivey, of Houston and Mrs. W.E. Cundieff. When the couple left for a wedding trip to the Texas Gulf Coast, Mrs. Doss was wearing a white knit pantsuit with red and blue trim. She wore red accessories accessories and the orchid from her wedding bouquet. The bride, a graduate of Mexia High School and Navarro Junior College, will graduate in August from Mary Hardin Baylor College, Belton. She will teach fourth grade at Meadows Elementary School on the Fort Hood Base and ISP in the fall. The bridegroom was graduated from Killeen High School and attended Central Texas College at Killeen and presently he is a senior at Mary Hardin Baylor College. Out of town guests attending the wedding were Bobby New, and Miss Sue Lowery of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. K.R. Herod and children, Cindy and Donald of Miss Asher Is Honored At Shower Miss Carolyn Ashef bride-elect of William Sterling Doss, was fiamed honofee at a lovely tea and miscellaneous shower given in the fellowship hall of Calvary Baptist Church. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Charles Holmer, Mrs. Jack Shamblin, Mrs. Bill Archibald, Mrs. Juliette Bradley and Mrs. Esmond Cundieff. Miss Janet Cundieff was in charge of the bride's book. The tea table was laid with white taffeta trimmed with lace, forming the centerpiece was an artistic arrangement of white and aqua carnations. Mrs. T.J. Allred presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Konnie Barkouski served the white cake squares topped with aqua rosebuds. Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Leason, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bell all of Fort Worth; Mrs. Rosa Lee Lowder, of Austin; Mrs. Wilda Edwards and daughter, Melinda, of Austin; Mrs. Bobby Forrester and Lynn, of Grand Prairie; Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Herod, of Deer Park; Mrs. Findley Williams, of Thornton. Also Mrs. Jack Mansel, of West Columbia, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ed New and children, Sarah, Scott and Stacy, of Oklahoma City; The Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy Hinton, of Temple; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Nichols, of Rogers; Miss Pam Frietsch, Belton; Miss Carolyn Tice, Belton; Mrs. Edith Hillard, of Killeen; Mr. and Mrs. E.V. Ivey, Jr., of Denton; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chandler, Dallas; Miss'Marilyn Ivey, of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hammil and son, Todd, of Huntsville and Harret Parks, of Killeen. Personals Mf. and Mfs. J.C. Killittgswofth and daughter, Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Edwards and childfett fobi and Mafk, have returned from a two weeks vacation tfip to Estes Park, Color ado Springs and many othef points of interest in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, Jr. and son, John Bradley, of Dallas are spending the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Caff and Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, _.._ ...... ...... ...... ____ ................ ... General Mexia Hospital ADMISSIONS Mrs. Alice Fay Solly, Teague Mrs. Louise Cundieff, Mexia James M. Kennedy, Mexia Mrs. Ruth Brown, Mexia DISMISSALS Mrs. Rosemary Pelton, Groesbeck W.J. Bleakney, Mexia Robert Follis, Corsicana Mrs. Willie Mae Levels, Teague Mrs. Janie Maddox, Mexia Eastern Star Meets Monday Mexia Chapter No 57 Order of Eastern Star will have a stated meeting Monday night, July 5 at 7:30 o'clock. Members are reminded that the point systemi begins. A door prize will be given. All members are urged to attend and visiting members are always welcome. Mrs. Louise Smith, Worthy Matron and Jerry Miller Worthy Patron. Dinner Is Given To Honor Couple Mr. and Mfs. Geofge Fielder honored theif son and his bfide- to-be, William Sterling boss and Miss Carolyn Ann Asher, with a dinner proceeding the rehearsal of their wedding Friday evening. The affair was held in the Fellowship hall of Calvary Baptist Church. The dinner tables were arranged in U-shape and were covered with crisp white linen cloths. Forming the centerpiece centerpiece was a massive arrangement of white stocks, gladioli and pom pons accented with tinted aqua blue gyp- sophelia. The bridal couple exchanged wedding figts and presented gifts to members of their wedding party. Serving the dinner were Mrs. Joe Edd New, Mrs. Henry La Rue, Mrs. Esmund Cundieff, Mrs. Charlie New and Mrs. T.J. Allred. The guest personnel included the bridal couple, their wedding party and those closely connected. connected. CARDS Whin you ctri inough lo untf (hi viry best J. M. ELLIR CLIP AND SAVE - CLIP AND SAVE J(a Centena de -Alexia Saturday, July 3 9:00 am 9:00am-5:00 pm 9:00am-5:00bm 10:00 am-8:00 pm 10:00 am 11:00 am 12:00 Noon 2:30 pm 3:00 pm 8:00pm 9:00 pm Sunday, July 4 9:00 am 9:00am-5:00 pm 10:00 am-8:00pm 9:00am-12:00 12:00 Noon 3:00 pm 8:00 pm Monday, July 5 9:00 am 9:00am-5:00 pm 9:00 am-5:00 pm 9:00am-5:00pm 9:00 am-11:00 am 12:00 Noon 3:30 pm 8 p.m.. 10:00 pm Tuatday, July 6 7:00 am 9:00 am 9:00 am-5:00pm 9:00am-5:00 pm 12:00 Noon 3:30 pm 8:30 pm-Midnight Wadn**day, July 7 9:00 am 9:00 am-5:00 pm 9:00am-12:00 pm 10:00 am 3:00pm 5:00 pm 7:45 pm 8:30 pm Thursday, July 8 9:00 am 9:00am-5:00pm 9:OOam-5:QOpm 9:00 am-11:00 pm l:QQpm-3:OOpm 4:30 pm 5:30pm-7:30pm 7:45pm-8;3Qpm 8:30 pm 11:30 pm Friday, July 9 9:00 am TIMETABLE AND SCHEDULE OF EVENTS MEXIA CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION July 3-10, 1971 CENTURY DAY Centennial Headquarters Opens Military Displays Hospitality Center Pilgrimage Tour of Col. John R. Henry - Historical Home Open Day Cermonics Featuring Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes Cutting of Centennial Cake Lt. Gov.Luncheon $3.00 per plate Centennial Parade Carnival Opens Street Dance Centennial Homecoming Dance Walter Jackson, Chairman 107 East Commerce Gauntt Pontiac Kendrick & Horn Drug Residence of Mrs. H. R. Martin In Fiont of Headquarters In Front of Headquarters Mexia High School Downtown 200 S. Sherman Downtown Mexia Country Club -t-H-H-H-M-H-1 I I II I II I I I I I I ++-H-H-H-+ t I I I I I * +++-H-+-H-H-+++++-H-+ FAITH OF OUR FATHERS Centennial Headquaters Opens Military Displays Pilgrimage Tour of Col. John R. Henry - Historical Home Sunday School & Church Services-Individual Churches Covered Dish Picnic Lunch at Each Individual Church Followed Followed by games and activities Dedication of Stubenrach Historical Marker Rev. Lowell Skaggt, Chairman 107 East Commerce Gauntt Pontiac Residence of Mrs. H. R. Martin Individual Church Gibbs Memorial Library Inter-faith Church Service, All Church Choirs; Speaker-Billy Hanks Blackcat Stadium I I I M I I I-H-H It I H H t I H I I++-H-+I I + +-H +++++ OIL BOOM DAY Centennial Headquarters Opens Military Display Old Fashion Drilling Rig Display Arts & Crafts, Garden Show Governors Reception Governors Luncheon $3.00 Per Plate Kangaroo Kort Centennial Ball Crowning of Centennial Queen 1 1 1 1 1 1 H It H 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 i I-H-I 1 1 H t H t ) t -H-H-t-f +++-f-f -H- Gene Womack, Chairman 107 East Commerce Gauntt Pontiac Neece Lumber Yard Old Farmers State Bank Building H. C. Schulte Ranch Mexia High School Downtown National Guard Armory' National Guard Armory BROTHERHOOD DAY Pancake Breakfast Centennial Headquarters Opens Arts & Crafts, Garden Show Hospitality Center Combined Service Club Luncheon $3.00 Per Plate (Followed by Fun & Games Contest) Kangaroo Kort Street Dance i I I t I I I H t M l-H-t-f-f-H-H-f-H- H. J. Nimbaum, Chairman Ross Avc. School 107 East Commerce Old Farmers State Bank Building Kendrick & Horn Drug Store First United Methodist Church Downtown Downtown II I I t I I H U I I t H t-H-f-H H I+-H I H I ) (I II I I-H-H-1 I I H I-H-1 I M I I-H- LADIESDAY Centennial Headquarters Opens Hospitality Center Judging of Historical Windows Ladjes Coffee Break (Displays) Ladies Style Show & Tea (Judging of Centennial Dresses) Kangaroo Kort Pre-Pageant Entertainment-Blue Bonnet Bells Chapter of Sweet Adelines of Waco, Texas. Winners of Centennial Dress Contest Pageant - Premire Performance of "La Centena de Mexia" Blackcat Stadium Mrs, Herman Focke, Chairman 107 East Commerce Kendrick & Horn Drug Downtown Southwestern Electric Service Co, Fellowship Hall Methodist Church Downtown Blackcat Stadium •H H Ml I YOUTH DAY Centennial Headquarters Opens Hospitality Center Youth City Officials Pet Parade (Followed by Cold Prinks) Teenage Driving Contest Youth Kangaroo Kort Youth Supper ( Pinner Speaker) Pie-Pageant Entertainment, Dance Band Second Performance "la Cfentena de Mexia" Youth Pance •H HI I H I I I t I I-H-I It H I-H-H-H-H-H-H H ) t+4-H-t-+-H-m-H-+-H--H-H-r GOOD NEIGHBOR & INDUSTRIAL DAY Centennial Headquarters Opens R. B, Bankhaad, Chairman 107 East Commerce Kendrick & Horn Drug City Hall Downtown Necce Lumber Yard Mexia High School Parking Area Downtown Methodist Church Blackcat Stadium Blackcat Stadium National Guard Armory Carlton Hugh**, Chairman 107 East Commerce

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  1. The Mexia Daily News,
  2. 04 Jul 1971, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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