The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 24, 1978 · Page 34
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2-D £'!' < l '':«li'i-:.hMt In League Citv c^ » lu Xru.a Sunday Morning. September 24. 1978 Hunter-Morton Vows The wedding of Connie Gayle Hunter and James Dever Morton Jr. was solemnized recently in St. Mary's Catholic Church of League City. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Chester I. Hunter of League City and Mr. and Mrs. James D. Morton Sr. of Seabrook. The Rev. Elmer Quinters officiated at the Sept. 10 ceremony. Wedding music was provided by Clarence Sutton, vocalist, and Carolyn McFarland, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of sheerganza combined with imported beaded Chantilly lace. The empire bodice featured a high collar of lace, bishop sleeves ending at the wrists with lace. The A-line skirt MRS. JAMES DEVER MORTON JR. The Former Connie Gayle Hunter fell to slipper length and swept to a back fullness to create a circular train of chapel length. Her veil of illusion was etched in matching lace and fell from a matching jewelled Juliet cap. She carried a cascade bouquet of red sweetheart roses enhanced with English ivy, babysbreath, streamers of lace and ribbons with love knots. Vickie Rogers Cartwright of College Station served as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Erlene Nolley, Patty Gorchs and Ginny Adams of Houston, Beth Morton, sister of the bridegroom, of Seabrook, and Jan Janes of League City. Susan Barcelona of Houston was the flower girl. Timothy Jon Kayfus of College Station was the best man. Groomsmen were Dyrk Van Valkenburg of Seabrook, Al Lillis of College Station, David Peterson of San Antonio and Chuck Bordelon of and Craig Bordelon of New Orleans, La. Cevan and Craig Bordelon of New Orleans, La. Cevan The bride is a graduate of Clear Creek High School and Texas A&M University, where she was named a distinguished student. She is employed as an engineer with Rockwell I n- ternational. The bridegroom is a graduate of Clear Lake High School and Texas A&M University. He is an engineer with Fisk Telephone Systems. In Dallas MRS. LARRY ROGERS The Former Gina Lynn VVofford Wofford-Rogers Rites Solemnized Treat On Stick Apples Take To Jelly By Aileen Claire NEA Food Editor Serve harvest-time goodies to the little ghosts and goblins at your Halloween party. Keep the menu simple with dogwitches, hot chocolate right from the cauldron and jelly apples on their own broomsticks. GREAT GRAPE JELLY APPLES 2 cups grape jelly Vt cup light corn syrup Vi cup sugar 1 cup water 1/8 teaspoon salt 12- 14 medium apples, washed and dried 12- 14 wooden sticks Combine grape jelly, corn syrup, sugar, water and salt in a heavy, straight-sided, 2- quart saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until jelly is dissolved and mixture boils. (If sugar crystals form on sides of pan, wipe sides with damp cloth-covered fork.) Reduce heat. Cook without stirring at a steady, fairly low boil until mixture reaches hard crack stage (300 degrees on a candy thermometer). Meanwhile, insert wooden sticks into core ends of washed apples. Cover a baking sheet with waxed paper. Remove pan from heat. Immediately dip apples into syrup, turning to coat completely. Place on prepared baking sheet. I^et stand at room temperature until candy coating is cool and hard. You may substitute mint- flavored apple jelly for grape jelly. If desired, add 1/8 teaspoon green food coloring after candy is cooked. Stir only to blend color. HINT: Only cook candy on fair, dry days as candy absorbs moisture from the air. Military might Achieve the new military look in jewelry by updating an antique bar pin with a military ribbon. It's a cinch Change the look of that new big overcoat every now and then by cinching the waist with a belt. Gina Lynn Wofford and Larry Rogers were united in marriage recently in the First Baptist Church of Texas City. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gene L. Wofford of Texas City and Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Rogers of Galveston. Dr. J. Dalton Havard performed the Sept. 9 ceremony. Music was provided by Ron Dixon, vocalist, and Dru Sparks, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a designer gown of white jersey with a sweetheart neckline. The bodice and tapered sleeves were of imported Chantilly lace. The skirt swept from the empire waistline and extended into a chapel train. A Camelot headpiece held her chapel length veil of bridal illusion outlined in lace. She carried a bouquet of orchids and carnations. Perri Wofford, sister of the bride, of Texas City served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Susan Huerta of Texas City and Debbie Gonzales and Karen Rogers, sisters of the bridegroom, of Galveston. Traceed Vossier, cousin of the bridegroom, of La Marque was the flower girl. Benjamin Huerta of Texas City was the best man. Groomsmen were Tony Hernandez, cousin of the bridegroom, of Missouri City and Michael Gonzales and Edward Rogers, brother of the bridegroom, of Galveston. Ushers were Rick Wofford, brother of the bride, of Wilmington, N.C., and Edward Rogers, brother of the bridegroom, of Galveslon. The reception was held in Fellowship Hall of the church. Serving in the house party were Betty and Katherine Higgins of La Porte, Sharon and Patricia Cox of Texas City and Margaret Rolingson of Alvin. After a brief wedding trip, the couple is at home in Galveston. The bride is a graduate of Teesside High School in England and the College of the Mainland. She is employed as a secretary in the School of Allied "Health Sciences at the University of Texas Medical Branch. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ball High School and College of the Mainland. He is employed as a member of International Longshoremen Association Local 1576. Blacker Brown patent Black, Camel or Bust Patent pretty savings on strappy sandals $ 24 99 Black, Navy or Burgundy patent The timelist savings -a-foot ...strappy sandals with chic gold-tone trim. i', not in all stores Abbe-Kitkoski Wedding The Kessler Park Methodist Church of Dallas was the setting for the Saturday wedding of Pamela Abbe and Michael Kitkoski. The bride is the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. John A. Abbe of Montgomery, Ala. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kitkoski of Texas City and the grandson of the late Galveston Police Chief and Mrs. Fred M. KordSr. The Rev. John M. Rentfro officiated. Wedding music was provided by Bill Byass, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of candlelight peau de soie with re-embroidered Alencon lace. The fitted bodice featured a high neckline with a slit front collar. The long sleeves were fitted to the wrists and topped with a bell sleeve of lace. The flowing skirt extended into a full length train. Her cathedral length mantill? was adorned with Alencunlace. She carried a bouquet of white lavender-throated orchids with stephanotis and ivy. Lois Lefier of Dallas served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Debbie Abbe, sister-in-law of the bride, of Dallas. Kathy Nelson of Houston and Phyllis Kitkoski, sister of the bridegroom, of Texas City. Rusty Kitkoski, brother of the bridegroom, of Texas City was the best man. Groomsmen were Dennis Abbe of Houston and Bob Abbe of Dallas, brothers of the bride, and Wayne MRS. MICHAEL KITKOSKI The Former Pamela Abbe The New* Says Congratulation! Nelson of Houston. Ushers were Mark Holcomb of College Station and Darrell Luckemeyer of Houston. The reception was held in the Oak Cliff Country Club in Dallas. Serving in the house party were Laurie Holcomb and Karen McNair of Dallas and Molly Surface of Galveston. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, La., the couple will be at home in Bryan. The bride is a graduate of David W. Carter High School in Dallas and Texas A&M University. She is employed as a television news reporter. Her professional affiliations include the Women In Communications, Inc., and the Radio-Television News Directors Association. The bridegroom is a graduate of Texas City High School and Texas A&M University. He is employed as television director for KBTX-TV in Bryan. Kara Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith announce the birth of their daughter, Kara Nicole, born Sept. 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Malin. f Classified Ads } Get FAST Results! • NEEDLEWORK • NEEDLE ART SUPPLIES • FINISHING SERVICE Instructions & Classes Available The Stitch in' Post 180323rd Open 8:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Sat. 765-7378 Jnft wi yaiicwi Shop Dally 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Man.-Sal. IN THE PORT HOLIDAY SHOPPING MALL Gaf»ittofl'i fi and Gdv i w*orS*r<cxtfrolf«4 rnoll -matt convitnt, mo it 'l onlr mcfl locsifd '" '"* M*d«al Ctnf tr. 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