Redlands, CA 30 dec 1958
9 a MISS JOSEPHINE REAY • I Society Editor Mill with Rev. (Lois Susan and ed party and ing during Mrs. and MR. AND MRS. CHARLES EDWARD DIETZ Photo by Wm: Elmer Kingham Janice BobericK Weds Charles Dietz n Mission ChapelXandlelight Rites With the ringing of the mission [ushered the 73 guests into tlie cna: Mrs. and Howard 1 oi be to for co- industry for Verdon, the Williams "Hot Vol. bells last Friday evening at 7 o'clock, Janice Lee Boberick entered Asistencia Mission chapel on her father's arm to meet her bridegroom, Charles Edward Dietz. Janice is the daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. Jack A. Boberick, 1635 West Fern avenue, and her bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Dietz Sr. of Greenville, Texas. Preceding the bride down the chapel aisle was her cousin, Sharon McKenzie. wearing an emerald green velveteen dress, street length, and carrying an arrangement of desert holly and English , holly. Her headpiece of matching Ivelveteen, made by the bride's aunt and godmother. Mrs. Doris Munro, was finished with tulle veiling. Janice's gracefully bouffant wedding gown of Chantilly lace was worn over bridal taffeta. Iridescent sequins and pearls outlined the scalloped lace panels of! the skirt and the scallops of the chapel length train. The moulded long sleeved bodice was designed with Queen Elizabeth type neckline. Accordion pleated lace was formed into a dainty pillbox headpiece, trimmed with iridescent sequins and bugle pearls with single drop pearl at the forehead, holding a veil of illusion net fashioned with extra fullness and finished with a face veil. In the bridal bouquet were white phalaenop- sis orchids and miniature hyacinths. In observance of the bridal tradition, Janice wore a cameo ol her maternal grandmother's, pinned inside the bodice of her dress, for "something old". "Something belonging to Mrs. M. D. Evans, long-time friend and neighbor of the Bobericks', wliich she had carried at her weddmg as did her mother before her. A fancy garter was "something blue" and her bridal robes were "somethwg new' Rev. Lawrence H. Sellars, pastor of the State Street Cliristian church, performed the double ring rites. A pedestal basket of white gladioli and pom pon chrysanthemums was placed at the altar before i which the couple stood. On either' side were arrangement of poinsettias and Christmas greens. Wliite candles burning in branch floor candelabra softly illuminated the setting. Wilbur Schovvalter was accompanied by Mrs. Geneva Mills, organist, as he sang "Because" and, as the bridal couple knelt during! the ceremony, "The Lord's Pray-j er". Mrs. Mills played a prelude of appropriate selections before the entrance of the bridal party and also the traditional processional and recessional music. Standing with Mr. Dietz as his best man was Bobby Dicken of Greenville. Thomas A. Boberick, brother of the bride, and Theodore Watt of North Hollywood chapel. Tom escorted his mother to her seat in the front of the chapel. Mrs. Boberick chose lor the oc casion a dress of rose beige satin. Her corsage was of pink elf roses. iMrs. Duane D. Dickson of Winnetka, Calif., sister of the bridegroom, took their mother's place as she and Sir. Dietz were unable i to come to California for the wedding. Her dress was an aqua bro-| cade and with it she wore a cor-' sage of red rosebuds. The same floral theme used at the wedding was carried out in decorating the Contemporary club for the reception. The five-t i e r bride's cake was surrounded byj Christmas greens and Queen' Ann's lace. Ecclesiastical candlesticks over lOO years old added a note of interest and beauty. Pouring during the first hour were Mrs. M. D. Evans and Barbara Evans, followed for the second hour by the two godmothers of the bride, Mrs. Munro and Mrs. Robert McKenzie. Serving the cake were JMrs. Clifford Gaffey of Santa Paula. Mrs. M. W. Hahn, and Susan, cousins of the bride, | took care of the gifts wliile Mrs. Thomas Sawyer of Cliino obtained signatures for the guest book. A home at 3411 Swiss avenue in Dallas, Texas, awaits the newlyweds who are en route to Texas now. Mr. Dietz is a sophomore dental student at Baylor university's college of dentistry in Dallas. His bride is a senior dental hygienist there. Janice, who was born in Redlands and was educated here, graduated in 1957 from Redlands High school. She. is a past honor ed Queen of Job's Daughters Bethel 104 and was secretary of Kim berly .Juniors in her senior year in high school. Her husband, affiliated with Xi Psi Phi dental fraternity at Baylor university, took pre-dental studies at East Texas State college. Commerce, Texas. He has also spent four years in service with the U.S, Navy. was still Savings he a Want New Furniture? Sel! Your Old Furniture Thru Facts Classified Ads MOVING and m STORAGE m ASSURE YOU FULL, PROTECTION We carefully pack and wrap everything.