The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 83, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1970 Page: 3 of 8
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Wesley Bible Class
New officers for the Wesley
Bible Class of the First United
Methodist Church were elected
recently for the coming year.
Sarah Kay Griffin
Fred David Martin
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Grif-
fin of Bartlett have announced
Officers elected were: Mrs. the engagement and appr0ach-
E. Lamb Teacher; Mrs. Le- ing mrriage 0f their daughter
THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE
Thursday Juno 11 1970
MRS. STANLEY RECH
Double-Ring Vows Unite
Mary Louise Zoch Stanley Rech
r o y Schwertner Assistant
Teacher; Mrs. Love Mankin
President; Mrs. Joe Bridges
Vice-President; Mrs. Mart Lea-
therman Secretary and Treas-
urer; Mrs. L. C. Clemons As-
sistant; Mrs. Mary Friedrich
Pianist; Miss Bessie Skinner
Song Leader; Mrs. L. C. Clem-
ons and Mrs. Tom Carr Gift
Chairmen ; and Mrs. 0. C. Gunn
NAMED TO HONOR ROLL
Sarah Griffin daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Griffin
was among 81 Mary Hardin-
Baylor College students named
to the honor roll for the spring
semester as announced by Dr.
Bobby E. Parer vice-president
of Academic Affairs.
The honor roll is comprised of
those who achieve an academic
standing of 2.5 or above under
the 3.0 system of grade points.
I w a s decorated
Members of the house party
were Misses Joyce Klotz of
Holland Kathy Meissner Pat-
iwjaa ATni.tr Tm'an 7nh ho.'nnri nn ffco full .linnni innrrfi ricia Linebrink Claire Saegert
. . . AtlMn Tfl r ma TUiflnn TV Y Tnltn
came the bride of Stanley train. A coif of flowers held her;"""". UiUlt- "' !' " i
Charles Rcch Saturday after- layered veil of ivory silk illu3-;McB"ne' nd Mr3- Bill Evans of
noon in St. Paul Lutheran ion. She carries a crescent pyr- Austin ; Mrs. Guy Irvmo. of Se-
'Church in Austin with the Rev. 'amid of white roses and baby8unv M3Se3 thy ??c.h f
Albert F. Jesse officiating at breath. Huto"' ?nd Cheryl Behrends
the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Michael Gann sister of of Fredericksburg.
The bride is the daughter of the bride of El Campo attend-1 Tne bnde is a graduate of
Mrs. Helmuth 0. Zoch of 1401 ed as matron of honor. Brides-' ?Tea8ran gi School and is a
Hidgehaven Dr. Austin and the maids were Miss Melony Rech I May graduate of Texas Luther-
late Mr. Zoch. She is the grand- sister of the groom of San An- a" UB . . .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank tonio Miss Kay Boucher of I e bridegroom is a graduate
Fischer of Bartlett. Parents of Richmond and Miss Marjorie!?f Robert E. Lee High School
the bridegroom are Mr. and Fischer of Bartlett cousin of inSan Antonio and will grad-
Mrs. Marlin O. Rech of San An- the bride. !t TamA KlXnW
tonio. . The bride's attendants wore'Teas in Aust n n December
floor length gowns fashioned of Wlth d?ee in clvl1 engineer-
Bernard Gastler served as jvory anj green silk organza linff -"e 1S a member of bigma
organist and accompanied the and they carried baskets filled - Pi . SPsiL.n' Tau Beta Pi'
soloist John Schneider who wi fg aprinfr flowers an" Pni Etn Slgma-
sang "0 Perfect Love" and Flower girls were Mon'a and' For her wedding trip the
"The Lord's Prayer." Michael Sarah Gann of E1 Campo niec. bride chose a green and white
Devine and Ted H. Heaton III ea 0f the bride. They were at- nen dreS3 Wltn a ful1 lentn
were acolytes. tired in short ivory silk organza matching green linen coat and
The bride given in marriage dresses fashioned with a double we acces3ones.
by her uncle Clarence Fischer flounce and trimmed with a I The couple will live in rasa-
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the groom is employed by Chi
cago Bridge and Iron Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin 0. Rech
silk organza. The empress bod- carried baskets of fresh flow
ice was trimmed at the sabrina ers.
in7 V wr h miff oftho c ! ' a T of San Antonio parents of the
Wor lovof Laco annliaues gr2! SanPAntomo' aervcd groom hosted the rehearsal
lantern sleeves. Lace appliques aa best man. Groomsmen were 5nnpr nf Vilin Pinri nn Fridnv
were spaced on the column skirt Craiff Bender of Fort Worth "S? nt VIln Capn on Fnday
Willie Dewberry of Houston
and Rick Veh the groom's cous- j
in of San Antonio. Ushers were
t Franklin Fischer of Bartlett
cousin of the bride John Brown
of Bishop Greg Badke of Den-
ton and Ryan Behrends cous-!
in of the groom of Fredericks-'
Sarah Kay to Fred David Mar
tin son of Mr. and Mrs. Don
Martin of Hereford.
The bride-elect is a May grad-
uate of Mary Hardin-Baylor
College of Belton with a Bach-
elor of Science Degree in Busi-
ness Education and English.
The prospective bridegroom
is a graduate of Southwestern
State College of Weatherford
Oklahoma and .is currently
working on his Master's Degree
at Texas A.&M. University. He
is presently employed as a
coach by the Belton Indepen-
dent School District.
The wedding is planned for
July 19 at the First Baptist
Church fit. Bartlett with the
Rev. Ddyle tiarwin performing
Susan Vitek daughter of Col.
and Mrs. Clifton Pyle of Bart-
lett received her BBA degree
in the 125th commencement ex-
ercises Friday May 29th at
There were 840 d6grees
awarded to students and two
honorary doctorates' at he commencement.
Baylor President Abner V.
McCall delivered the charge to
the graduating students.
Mrs. Vitek is the grand-
daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Blair of Bartlett.
MRS. ALICE POWITZKY
Mrs. Alice Powitzky cele-
oraiea ner nirtnaay anniver
sary at her home last Wednes
Refreshments were served to
the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Spiegelhauer Mr.
ana Mrs. Edmund Spiegel
hauer. Sl. Mr. and Mrs John.
ny Baraks Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Powitzky and daughters Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Bartlett Jr. and
roys. iir. and Mrs. Johnnie Ra-
fay Jr. and boys Mr. and Mrs.
Cy Young Rev. and Mrs. Bob
Thronson and boys Edmund
Spiegelhauer Jr. Mrs. Robert
Spiegelhauer Mrs. Helen Bar-
tosh Mrs. Vera Lindemann
Mrs. E. R. Bartlett Sr. Mrs.
Ora Jones Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
mund Lange and Eldon Mr.
and Mrs. Olin Spiegelhauer
and Edward Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
lius Kourt and the honoree.
Phone EL 2-2461
For her daughters wedding
Mrs. Zoch chose a green dress
with matching accessories and
she wore an orchid corsage.
Mrs. Rech mother of the
groom wore a yellow dress with
I bone accessories and an orchid
1 The reception was held in
Studtmann Hall following the
ceremony. The bride's table was
(covered with candlelight nylon
I over white satin and the center-
piece consisted of two tall silver
1 epergnes holding eight white
candles and white flowers.
j The bride's three tiered cake
was decorated with white flow-
jers and topped with three lace
I The groom's chocolate cake
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Descendants of Albert
the American Legion Hall Sun-
day June 14th for their annual
The family extends a cordial
invitation to relatives and
and friends to come by for a visit
Sarah Jane Goss will meet at any time during the day.
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See us for gifts for Dad on his day June
21 for that graduate you forgot for June
We have gifts for all special occasions
and for every age.
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JAOKSON'S TEIM 1GE
Ralph H. Jackson owner
Bartlett Phone 527-360fr
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Ford, Robert C., Jr. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 83, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 11, 1970, newspaper, June 11, 1970; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth82357/m1/3/: accessed May 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.