4-D <D.i- uulm-*tm. padu N,. hl& Surulay Morning. September 24.1978 Garden Ceremony Lynde-Snider Nuptials ii'nrlrtinrv irrt tt "f *"» F ^ * ~ _ i .. »>_ .. - ."^^ . . . _ . The wedding vows of Susan Eleanor Lyndc and Mark David Snider were solemnized in a garden ceremony recently in the home of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Calvin Ward of La Union, N.M. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Lynde of Cypress. Calif, The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Selma F. Snider of Galveston and Irving L. Snider of Houston, and the grandson of Mrs. For m an of Morris Galveston. The Rev. II. Eugene Myrick officiated at the Aug. 2ti wedding. Klcnore Ward, cousin of the bride, was vocalist. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a georgette over crepe gown of champagne hue with a satin back. Her gown and veil were trimmed in handmade lace brought from Paris by her grandfather, the late R. U. Ward, MRS. MARK DAVID SNIDER The Former Susan Eleanor Lvnde during World War 1. The gown and veil were worn by the bride's mother at her wedding. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and white roses. Wendy V. Lynde of Vernon Hills, 111., sister-in- law of the bride, was matron of honor. Shari Ramage of Downey, Calif., was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Patricia Ward, cousin of the bride, Linda Stock of Downey, Calif., and Jan Welsch. Sally Ward was flower girl and Christian Buchanan Lynde was ringbearcr. The attendants wore coral gowns and picture hats accented with daisies. They carried bouquets to match. Steve Eberhard was the best man. Groomsmen were Sam Byers. Jeff Dunn, Neil Gould and Ward Lynde. brother of the bride. The reception was held in the Ward home. Serving in the house parly were Shirley Hill, Lisa Ward, Geri Snider and Jenny Snider. The couple is now at home in College Station. The bride is a senior at Texas A&M University ami a candidate for December graduation with a bachelor of science degree in soliology. She- is a graduate of Loretlo Academy and Fullcrton College in California. The bridegroom received a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Texas A&M University. He is employed by the Southland Corp. of Houston. Robertson-Campbell Vows In Trinity Church MRS. LAWRENCE ALTON NELSON The Former Kelley Louise Berry Deople . . . Rnd Family Living Berry-Nelson Rites Solemnized Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Campbell are making their home in New York City after their recent wedding in Trinity Episcopal Church in Galveston. The bride is the former Stacey Suzanne Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Robertson of Galveston. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald R. Campbell of Galveston. The Rev. John Donovan officiated at the Aug. 11 ceremony. A string trio presented wedding music which was composed by Brad Blake Robertson, brother of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The couple was attended by Casey Dunn of Galveston as maid of honor and Douglas Campbell of Galveston as best man. The bride is a magna cum laude graduate of Baylor University. The bridegroom received his degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Austin and was graduated from the Baylor School of Law in February. He is completing requirements for a graduate degree in law at New York University. With Vegetables MRS. JOHN HARRIS CAMPBELL The Former Stacey Suzanne Robertson (Editor's note: The ac- repeated this Sunday count of the Robertson- because of an error in the Campbell wedding is story last Sunday.) Iii Yellowstone Miller-Doby Wedding Rebecca Sue Miller became the bride of George William Doby recently in the Wayfarer's Chapel near the East Gate of Yellowstone Park, Wyoming. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller of West Chester, Pa., and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Doby of Dickinson. The Rev. Mark Heilman, pastor of Christ Memorial Lutheran Church, Malvern, Pa., officiated at the Aug. 12 double ring ceremony in the mountain setting. Music was provided on the guitar by Jerry Hockstetler of Brooks, Wis. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a mid-calf length dress of polyester and cotton, which she had designed and created. The skirt was a :pale peach and blue floral print on an off-white background. The bodice . was off-white and had wide • bands consisting of narrow 'rows of hand-embroidered ; motifs interspersed with • rows of drawn and wrapped [threads. The colors of the ; skirt were repeated in the • embroidery. ! The dress was complemented by an off-white •wide brim hat with a band ;that matched the skirt of •the dress. She carried a ibouquet of wild mountain flowers and greenery atop a •white , was maid of honor. iSheBible. ; , was maid of honor. She •also carried a bouquet of iwild mountain flowers and ;greenery. Her mid-length •calf dress was brown with blue and peach print. Robin Powers of Waco, was best man. Scott Miller, brother of the bride, distributed folders of the marriage service. A brunch followed at the Goff Creek Lodge. The bride was graduated from Pennsylvania State .University in May with a degree in agriculture Wronorji* Irnti o ~ ~ Needs Paint : Treat chipped or scratched interior wrought iron railings to a glossy new icoat of paint, advises the •National Paint and Coatings Association. ; They suggest first washing the railing with detergent and water to remove dirt and grease. Then sand, concentrating on smoothing out chipped areas. Then paint with one or two coats of a gloss or semi- gloss enamel that is especially made for wrought iron. economics and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers. The bridegroom is a graduate of Dickinson High School and has served in the Marine Corps for four years. He is attending Texas Tech University. Both have been employed by the U.S. Forest Service the past two summers near Cody and Dubois, Wyo. The couple will make their home in Lubbock this fall. A dinner was held on Friday evening before the wedding by the parents of the bridegroom for friends and members of the families. Special guests were, the parents of both couples, brothers Dana, Brian, and Scott Miller of West Chester, Pa.; Curl Doby, Navasota; Jim Doby, Conroe; Edith Miller and Joanne Miller of Gallon. Ohio; Mrs. Frances Doby, Donna, and Gary of Austin, Tex.; Carol Leech, Washington; and fellow workers of the Forest Service. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WILLIAM DOBY She Is The Former Rebecca Sue Miller Kelley Louise Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kenneth Berry Sr., of Dickinson, became the bride of Lawrence Alton Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Christian Nelson of Cle; j : ake City recently in the Faith Lutheran Church in Dickinson. The Rev. Winston Hold, pastor, officiated, and the Rev. Caider Gibson II. pastor of House and Prayer Lutheran Church, assisted at the Sept. 16 wedding. A reception followed in the Fellowship Hall. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a designer gown of organza over taffeta with Chantilly lace motifs scattered throughout the entire dress. Full bishop sleeves with a fitted lace cuff with scattered motifs on the sleeve complimented the gown. From a natural waistline the skirl fell to slipper length with a row of Chantilly lace forming a flounce at the hem \vhich swept into a circular Cathedral length train. From a matching Chantilly lace headpiece a cloud of white silk illusion cascaded over her shoulders to fingertip length. More Chantilly lace edged the side of the illusion. Her attendants wore matching gowns of mint crepe topped by lace-edged capes of mint and peach chiffon. They carried mint and peach nose-gay bouquets. Maid of honor was Paula Claunch of Denver, Colo. Bridemaids were Alice Nelson, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Richard Schoolcrafl of Friendswood. Flower girl was Stephanie Robson, cousin of the bride, and ringbearer was Brian Craig of Texas City. Fashion and comfort come together in leather. Naturalizer caters to refined tastes in this smartly styled dress shoe. Featuring soft, lined leather and a newly tapered heel, set at the perfect height for walking pleasure. Enjoy the look and feei of quality! NATURALIZER 534°° SIZES 5 TO 10 • NAVY BLUE • BLACK LEATHER OTHER STYLES AVAILABLE Shoes • BANKAMEIKARD • MASTER CHARGE • CLARK'S CHARGE KAN tl 1 » CENTRAL PIAZA. 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