The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1968 Page: 4 of 12
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The annual conference of the
Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist
Church met at Glen Lake Camp
in Glen Rose over the weekend.
Those attending included: Mrs.
Ottis Tyler, Mrs. Ray Byford,
Mrs1. Clyde Turner, Mrs. Roy
Hayes, Mrs. W. M. Kuykendall,
Mrs. Frank McCafferty and Mrs.
H. C. Smith.
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ushers were Gerald Mitchell, a
cousin of the bride, of Granbury,
Steve Booker of Waco; and Mark
Swain, a cousin of the bride,
served as ring bearer. The
groom and bride's father had
yellow rose boutonniers. The oth-
er men in the wedding had yel-
low gladioli boutonniers.
For the wedding the bride’s
mother chose a silk emerald
green coat dress costume wi t h
matching accessories and an or-
After the ceremony, a recep-
tion followed in the church Edu-
cational Building, where the
bride’s colors of yellow and white
were carried out. Members of
the House Party included Linda
Patterson and Lavonne Eggen of
Clifton; Sally Jones of Gates1-
ville: and Brenda Crisman of
Longview who served at the
lovely table covered with white
satin and net cloth. Miss Diana
Schrantz registered guests at a
table decorated similarly and
with a nosegay of daisies.
Also serving were Mmes. Joe
Enochs, Frances Hatter, H. D.
Mackey, Gus Krueger and Jim
Sinclair of Clifton and E. H.
Schrantz of Harlingen.
For going away, the bride wore
a yellow silk dress with an egg-
shell white coat trimmed in yel-
low silk with yellow accessories.
She wore the yellow rose corsage
from her bridal bouquet, and a
wedding bell necklace which was
a gift from the groom.
After a wedding trip to West
Virginia they wall be at home
at 3212 Speight in Waco.
Mrs. Kesler graduated from
Clifton High School and attended
Kilgore Junior College in Kilgore.
Mr. Kesler graduated from Nut-
tall High School in Lookout,
West Virginia. He is employed
at Steakley Brothers Chevrolet
Company in Waco.
The best laid plans will not
produce dollars unless they are
backed by energy and hard work.
L. E. Tennison, Real Estate Broker
214 North Avenue D — Clifton — Phone 675-8816
List Your City Properties, Farms, and Ranches
With Us. Farm and Ranch Loans Given Prompt
Service — With A Smile.
THE CLIFTON RECORD
CLIFTON, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1968
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MR. AND MRS. PHILIP ANDREW KESLER II
Miss Schrantz Weds Mr. Kesler
At Clifton Baptist Church March 9
At 7:30 o'clock on Saturday
evening, March 9, Miss Janet
Elaine Schrantz became t h e
bride of Mr. Philip Andrew Kes-
ler II at the First Baptist Church
in Clifton. Rev. Clay Burns offi-
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Loren P. Schrantz and
a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Deaver of Granbury and
Mrs. Moise .Labure of Clifton.
Mr. Kesler is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. McCune of Hico,
Miss Kay Roberts', organist,
presented the prelude of varied
selections and the traditional j
wedding march and recessional. I
She also accompanied Mr. John-''
ny Brantley, soloist, when he
sang “More”, “Whither Thou
Goest”, and “The Lord's Pray-
er”. The pianist and grandmoth-
ers had white glamelia corsages.
Adding to the beauty of the
wedding scene in the center was
a sunburst arrangement of white
gladioli and pompons. To the
front of this arrangement was
a Swedish iron candelabrum en-
twined with jade foliage, holding
14 white tapers and a Pine Dieu.
On each side stood a Swedish
iron candelabrum entwined with
jade foliage holding seven white
tapers each. Reserved pews were
marked with white satin bows.
The register stand held a minia-
ture nosegay of yellow roses and
white marguerite daisies.
Given in marriage by her fa-
ther, the bride wore a wedding
gown1 designed with a chapel
train of peau de soie. Pearl and
sequins frosted lace appliques
adorn the detachable train and
modified A-line skirt, and seed
pearls accented the chantilly
lace Empire bodice. A Swedish
tiara of pearls, sequins and crys-
tals held her fingertip veil. She
carried a cascade arrangement
of yellow roses and white mar-
The bride's attendants included
Miss Linda Booker of Waco, the
maid of honor, Miss Donna Aars
of Clifts n and Mrs. Darrell Spen-
rath of Fort Worth and Miss
Terri Lynn Schrantz. sister of
the bride, flower girl. Misses
Booker and Aars and Mrs. Sphn-
rath were attired in yellow crepe
dresses with short lace jackets
and yellow rosette headpieces.
Each carried yellow gladioli and
wore short white gloves. Miss !
Schrantz carried a basket of
feathered yellow petals and wore
a dress identical to the brides-
maids’ with a headpiece of white
The bride carried out the tra-
dition of something borrowed —
a diamond necklace from her
maid of honor, something new —
her wedding dress, something old
— handkerchief that her mother
carried in her wedding, some
thing blue — lace garter, and a
penny in her shoe.
Mr. John Bbtes of Waco served
as best man to the groom. The
groomsmen were Michael Dc-
Gloedt of Dayton. Ohio, and
Charles Lange of Waco. Candle-
lighters were Allen Aars and
Gus Krueger Jr. of Clifton and
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Logan, Sam D., Jr. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1968, newspaper, April 4, 1968; Clifton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth797779/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.