The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on August 10, 1986 · Page 16
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 16

Galveston, Texas
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Sunday, August 10, 1986
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16-A Sty* (SalueaUm flailQ Sfeum Sunday Morning, August 10,1986 Jones, Knust marry on isle GALVESTON Wflfp]ip F.lainO the* oiranincr .->at-ninni-ii r «»«»_ .. • GALVESTON - Natalie Elaine Jones and Randall Lee "Randy" Knust were united in marriage Aug. 9 at Sacred Heart Church in Galveston. The Rev. Steven F. Horn, pastor of Christ the King Church in Houston, officiated at the evening ceremony. Lector was H.I. "Bud" Strong Jr. j Nuptial music was provided by organist Niels Nilson and soloist Tommy Clark. Given in marriage by Dr. Jerry E. Mount, the bride chose a fitted Mrs. Randall Lee Knust Mr. and Mrs, Edward William Pean Jr. McMillan, Pean marry on island GALVESTON - Robin Gilmore McMillan and Edward William Pean Jr. were joined in marriage July 12 at Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church in Galveston. The Rev. Charles Williams officiated at the ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Niels Nilson, organist, and Tom Clark, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a gown of ivory taffeta with fitted bodice and a sweetheart neckline. Venice lace accented the front of the bodice and was reembroidered with sequins and pearls. The Victorian puff sleeves were trimmed with Chantilly lace and pearls. The chapel length skirt and train rose high in the front with a ruffle and rose bow down the front with tiers of Chantilly lace. The back was accented with a row of covered buttons. The Ascot style hat rose high on one side with flowers, trimmed in Venice lace and a three tiered fingertip illusion veil. The bride carried a cascade of pink roses and rose colored carnations accented with pink and ecru lace ribbon, pearls and pear! hearts. Matron of honor was Rhonda Carey of La Marque. Bridesmaids were Janet Deckard of La Marque, and Sharyl Sneed of Galveston. Junior bridesmaid was Angelia Johnson of La Marque. Wendy Deckard of La Marque was flower girl. Best man was James Deckard of La Marque. Groomsmen were Carlos Hernandez and Timothy Wilson, both of Galveston; Brian McMillan of Galveston was junior groomsmen. Ring bearer was James Carey of La Marque. Ushers were Randol Gilmore of Missouri City and Russell Gilmore of Houston. A reception followed the ceremony at the Fellowship Hall at the church. Serving in the houseparty were Mary Jane Romero, Gayle Mardis, Glenda McLaren, Judy Banks, Julie Gilmore, Janet Gilmore, Kimberly Gilmore. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randol Gilmore of San Antonio, formerly of La Marque. She is employed at the University of Texas Medical Branch physical plant as a secretary. The room is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward William Pean Sr. of Galveston. He is a plumber at University of Texas Medical Branch. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple are residing in Galveston. Rules for publication Wedding announcements are published in The News every Sunday. Photos, information and a self-addressed, stamped envelope should be delivered to the newspaper by 5 p.m. Tuesday for publication on Sunday. You may mail the information, etc. to The Galveston Daily News, P.O. Box 628, Galveston, 77553. Please type or print the information. Be sure to include a phone number in case we need more information or have a question. Wedding announcements must run within three months following the wedding. bodice silhouette gown of ivory designed by Jenna with a vee cut neckline. The baby doll sleeves fell to tapered vee notched cuffs. The traditional gown was trimmed with reembroidered Alencon lace on the bodice, sleeves, hemline and cascades over the skirt. The chapel length train fell from a vee cut back to a row of covered buttons and a large flat bow accented with Alencon lace and tiny seed pearls. The finger tip veil of ivory illusion was secured by a pearled headpiece with matching lace. The bride carried a traditional cascade of white Coquette roses, gypsofelia and garden foliage accents. Maid of honor was Barbara Smith of Austin. Bridesmaids were Lori Gannaway of Clear Lake, sister of the groom; Barbie Clariday of League City, Debbie Lofaro of Galveston, Amber Long of La Marque, and Sharee Jones of Katy, sister-in-law of the bride. Flower girl was Jennifer Jones of Katy, niece of the bride. Best man was John W. Knust Jr. of Galveston, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Scott Clements of Houston, Alfio Lofaro and Mark Levy both of Galveston, Dennis Gannaway of Clear Lake, brother-in-law of the groom, Jerry Jay Jones of Katy, brother of the bride. Ushers were C.B. Devoy of Galveston and Dee Clements of Midland. The reception was held at the Argosy Ballroom of the San Luis Hotel in Galveston. Houseparty members serving at the reception were Janet Choate, aunt of the bride; Barbara Gaddis, aunt of the bride, Janet Hatch, Terrie Farmer, Christine DeLaFuente, and Rose Clements. Rice bearers were Jill Gannaway of Clear Lake, niece of the groom and Wesley Jones of Katy, nephew of the bride. The bride is. the daughter of Mrs. Jerry E. Mount of Galveston. She is a graduate of Ball High School where she was a colonel in the Tornettes. She attended Concordia College in Austin and is employed by Stockton, Luedemann and French in Houston. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Knust of Galveston. He is a graduate of O'Cpnnell High School and Texas Christian University where he received a degree in geology and was a four-year letterman in baseball. He is a geologist with Mitchell Energy Corporation in The Woodlands. Following a wedding trip to the Hawaiian Islands and Las Vegas, Nev., the couple will reside at The Woodlands, Texas. Mrs. Maurice Wayne Neubauer Jr. Jordan, Neubauer marry in Silsbee SILSBEE, TEXAS - Julie Ann Jordan and Maurice Wayne Neubauer Jr. were united in marriage at Friendship Baptist Church in Silsbee on July 26. The double ring candlelight ceremony was performed bv Brother Tom Wakefield. Candlelighters were Jay Neubauer and Ben Neubauer. Nuptial music was provided by organists Christi and Peggy Pickering and soloist Lorre Carruth. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a white organza gown with Chantilly lace. The fitted bodice, accented with seed pearls, had a scoop neckline encircled in a lace flounce with short puff sleeves at the elbow. The floor length gown was infish- ed with a double flounce and flowed into a full chapel train. The tiered veil of illusion fell from a headband of lace and seed pearls. Julie Thompson served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Patty Hatton, DeaAnne Neubauer and Pam Jordan. Flower girl was Monica Kiker. Best man was Ray Lease of Dickinson. Groomsmen were Kent Neubauer, Doug Considine and Jim Kerneckel. Brooks Jordan was the ring bearer. Ushers were Tommy K. Jordan and Carroll Hatton. A reception followed the ceremony at the church Fellowship Hall. Kelly Grumpier arranged the guest registry and houseparty members were Cyndi Fontaine, Stacey Galloway, Sheila Green, Lynette Pfleider and Valerie Pfleider. The bride is the daughter of Tommy Jordan of Silsbee and Patsy Lamp of Evadale. She is a graduate of Silsbee High School and attended Lamar Tech in Beaumont. The groom is the son of Wayne and Doris Neubauer of Dickinson. He is a Dickinson High School graduate and is a deputy for Galveston County Sheriff Department. Following a wedding trip to South Padre Island, the couple are making their home in League City. Dr. H. Brick Pomeroy is pleased to Announce the association of Dr. GaryW. Stone In the Practice of Genera! Dentistry Evening and Saturday Appointments Available 5201 Ave. S 762-8884 Mrs. Joseph M. Cashiola Jr. Affolter, Cashiola wed in Dickinson DICKINSON - Dvvyla Affolter and Joseph M. Cashiola Jr. were joined in marriage Aug. 9 at First United Methodist Church in Dickinson. The Rev. Horace G McMillan officiated at the ceremony. JoAnn Clayton, organist, and Ceil Taylor, soloist, provided nuptial music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a" gown of satin with Queen Anne neckline, Venice lace appliques. The dress also featured a fitted bodice, shepherdess sleeves of satin and lace apron skirt. The train had detailed paneling and satin ruffles. The veil of three net tiers fell from a crown of Venise lace ap- pliques with crystal and pearl beads. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses svith touches of light blue, royal blue and burgundy. Matron of honor was D'eborah Daeumer of Dickinson. Bridesmaids were Kim Powell of Slidell La., Sandra Wizorek of Rio Hondo' Texas, Tina Reynolds of Seabrook. and Sharon Town of Webster. Erica Cashiola of Nassau Bay was flower girl. Best man was Robert Rodiguez of Nassau Bay. Groomsmen were Mike Cashiola of Clear Lake, Matt Daeumer of Dickinson, Hank Hughes of Nassau Bay, and Brian Roach of Clear Lake. Ryan Cashiola of Nassau Bay was ring bearer. Ushers were Kenneth Affolter of League City and Larrv Tishler of Red Oak. A reception was held at the Quality Inn in Nassau Bay. The bride is the daughter of James and Lola Affolter of Dickinson. She attended Slidell High School and Southeastern University in Hammond, La. She is a ward clerk at St. John Hospi- talinNassau Bay. The groom is the son of Joe and Mildred Cashiola of Pearland. He attended Clear Lake High School and the Police Academy in Alvin. He is a supervisor in the Nassau Bay Police Department. Following a Caribbean cruise, the couple will reside in Nassau Bay. CLARK'S FINAL REDUCTION SALE NATURALIZER DRESS SHOES AND CASUALS ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED VALUES TO $53 ONEX NAUGHTY BUT NICE CANDIES CHEROKEES VALUES TO $55 90 CASH ONLY 90 CASH ONLY |90 CASH ONLY JO DRESS SHOES VALUES TO $95 THIS SEASONS STYLES & COLORS INCLUDING 10 selby| VALUES TO $64 29 •"•—••-•—•—— 29 90 CASH ONLY A ,v ... ADORES, STANLEY PHILLIPSON, SESTO MEUCCI, BILL VALENTINE, UMBERTO BELLINI. • ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED • ALL SALES FINAL • NO REFUNDS • NO EXCHANGES • NO PHONE CALLS CLAD FINE SHOES 22] 8 CENTRAL PLAZA, DOWNTOWN GALVESTON USE CLARK'S CHARGE, VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS

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