Věstník (West, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 36, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 8, 1971 Page: 3 of 32
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VĚSTNÍK ‘ 3
MRS. STEPÍ-IEN A. WALLACE
Wednesday, September 8, 197,1
of the statě in this project and they
d es o rve our attendance. A cordial in-
vitation is extended to all of you.
Picture of the Youth dub of the Year,
Lodge No. 35, Elk, Dictrict III, will ap-
' , .— SPJST---
In a very brief telephone conversa-
tion with SL VP Joe B. Hejny, your edi-
tor was informed that SL President
Morris is gradually improving and that
Sister Morris has brou,ght him to the
SL Headquarters for brief visits, and
that he is still weak.
The Repka-Pomykal Reunion will he
hekl on September 26 at Lodge 88,
Houston, 1435 Beall St. Mail $1 per
adult, 75c per child (for the meal) to
Mrs. Leona Bacon, treasurer, P.CX Box
202, Hempstead, Texas. We hope this
Will be the biggest reunion ever. Mrs.
Annie Psencik, Janie Pechal and
all of John Pomykaks daughters, please
attend. —■ Mrs. Annie Vrla
Brother and Sister Clarence Pechal
and daughter, Linda of Lodge 47, Sea-
ton, paid us a nice visit recently.
Dr. C. H. Beseda, age 80, passed away
July 29, 1971 in Wilson N. Jones Hos-
pital. Dr. Beseda was buried in Van
Alstyne Cemetery, and was a mernber
of Lodge Praha No. 29, Taylor.
Brother Fritz Wm. Jeske, age 61,
passed away August 2, 1971 in Need-
ville. Buríal was hekl in Greenlawn
National Cemetery. Brother Jeske was
a mernber of Lod,ge No. 81, Needville.
Sister Bessie Salac, age 82, succu.mb-
ed August 28, 1971 in Southland Villa
Nursing Center. Interment was in Ock-
er Cemetery, and sne was a mernber
of Lodge Česky Prapor No. 24, Cyclone.
Brother Joe EL Mikulastik, age 64,
passed away Juíy 25, 1971 in I-Ieights
Hospital, Houston. Brother Mikulastik
was buried in Chrisman Cemetery,
Chrisman, and he was a mernber of
Lodge Novy Tábor No. 17, Caldweil.
Sister Eleanor Bača passed away in
Houston, recently. Interment was in
St. Maurice Cemetery in Louisiana. Sis-
ter Bača was a mernber of Lodge Pok-
rok No. 88, Houston.
KATBLEEN ZAPALAC BECOMES
BR1DE OF STEPHEN WALLACE
The Church of the Assumption in
West, Texas, was the setting for the
3 p.m., August 29, wedding of Miss
Kathleen Zapalac and Mr. Stephen A.
Wallace. The couple was united in
marriage by Reverend B. J. Zientek.
Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zap-
alac of West, and Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
(Skinner) Wallace of Hillsboro. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sinajstrla,
:Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ludwik Zapalac
of West; Mrs. Smith Wallace, Mr. Ab
Bourland, Mrs. Iva Bourland, and
great-grandmother is Mrs. Florence
Tile bride was lovely in. an exquisite
formal length ,gown, an originál crea-
tion fashioned in the elegance of pure
silk organza veiled over silk peau de
.sole in an ivory tone and combined
with imported French re~embroidered
Alencon láce. The nostalgie gown de-
.signed with Empress Josepliine styling
featured an empire bodice designed
with a decollette neekline that was
seooped and was framed dramatically
with an applique' of the Alencon láce,
iending in a natural scalloped design.
'The bodice was of English net and was
enhanced with appliques of Alencon
láce with eaeh applique enerusted with
seed pearls and crystals and was re-
peated to define the empire line. The
lovely Juliette sleeves were of the
English net completly appliqued with
pearl and crystal medallions. The in-
tricately controlled skírt of silk or-
ganza veiled over the silk peau de sole
gave an A-líne effect strewn with ap-
pliques. An over-lay of the láce bor-
dered the hemline and was edged in
scallops. The tram fell in a cluster of
pleats from the center back bodice at
the empire line and extended to a ca-
thedral length. Her bouffant veil of
imported pure silk English illusion fell
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Sefcik, R. J. Věstník (West, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 36, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 8, 1971, newspaper, September 8, 1971; West, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth625248/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas.