Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1995 Page: 3 of 6
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THE AKCI1EK COUNTY. NEWS-TIIUltSDAV, JUNE 29, 1995-PACE TIIKEE
Wed In Wichita Falls
First Christian Church in Wichita Falls
was the setting of the May 20 wedding of
Staci Anne Newman of Wichita Falls
and Greg Wesley Giddings of
Beaumont. Parents of the couple are Mr.
& Mrs. Oliver Newton Newman of
Iowa Park and Mr. & Mrs. George
Wayne Giddings of Scotland. Mr.
Wesley David Womack of Olney and
the late Ada Ester Womack are grand-
parents of the groom.
Dr. Jeff Campbell of Midwestern State
University was officiant for the 7
o'clock ceremony which was written by
the bride and groom with the assistance
of Dr. Campbell.
Nuptial music was provided by Brent
Stratton, organist of First Christian
Church, who also played at the wedding
of the groom's parents thirty-six years
Vocalist Dr. Don Maxwell, professor
of music at MSU, sang selections in-
cluding "The Lord's Prayer" and "Ava
Maria" performed in Latin.
Candlelighter was the bride's nephew,
Oliver Newton Newman IV of The
Woodlands. Ushers were Benjamin
Leslie Giddings of Dallas, brother of the
groom who seated his mother, and Ol-
iver Newton Newman III, The Wood-
lands and James Randal Newman, Wic-
hita Falls, both brothers of the bride,
who escorted their mother to her seat.
The entire center aisle of the church
was roped with poufs of ivory tulle with
pink roses marking each pew. The
couple repeated their vows before an
altar of votive candles.
The bride wore a gown of ivory satin
and Chantilly lace featuring a bertha
collar of satin and renaissance sleeves.
The full skirt extended into a chapel
train. The gown was worn by her mother
on her wedding day. The fingertip veil
of Brussels lace was selected for and
given to the bride by Alyce Bondurant,
a close family friend, when she was
visiting Holland. A strand of pearls
given to the bride's mother many years
ago completed the bride's ensemble.
She carried a garden bouquet of white
and ivory flowers bound in ivory ribbon.
Carol Ann Newman of The Wood-
lands served as her sister-in-law's ma-
tron of honor. She wore a formal gown
of seafoam raw silk with ivory Alecon
lace trim and carried a bouquet similar to
Flower girl was Katelyn Trotter, dau-
ther of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trotter of
Wichita Falls. Her tea-length dress was
of ivory silk and Alecon lace and she
carried a basket of pink rosebuds.
Best man for the bridegroom was
David York of Graham.
Dillon Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kyle Williams of Wichita Falls, served
as ring berer. He carried the rings on an
ivory linen pillow embroidered and tat-
ted by the bride's late paternal grand-
mother, Lorene Saunders. She also
made the satin garter worn by the bride.
The groom as well as all his attendants
wore formal suits of black with ivory
cummberbunds and ties.
Mother of the bride wore a rose tea-
length gown with fitted jacket over a
skirt of pink chiffon. They carried
miniature bouquets similar to the bride’s
The reception following the ceremony
was held at the Woman's Forum. Guests
were registered by Olivia and Heather
Newman of The Woodlands, nieces of
The bride's cake was served by Mrs.
Bart King, cousin of the bride, and Mrs.
Delwin Womack and Carlynn Womack
of Lubbock, aunt and cousin of the
groom. Mrs. Bobby Tate Beaves and
Tammy and Tracy Beaves of Lakeside
City served groom's cake. Also serving
refreshments were Leslee Phillips of
Wichita Falls and Lisa Newman.
After a trip to Cozumel, Mexico, the
couple will make their home in
Beaumont where the groom teaches
English at Lamar University. The bride
graduated from Iowa Park High School
and is employed by Boewe-Passant
Corporation in Wichita Falls. Both
bride and groom have degrees from
Midwestern State University.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the
groom's parents at the McGregor Ranch
in north Archer County.
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completed his Plebe year at the United
States Military Accademy at West
Point, NY. and achieved making the
Dean's List for the second semester.
Chris earned a silver star for making a
3.0 or above for the fall and spring
Kathy Lindemann, daughter of Ray
and Mildred Lindemann, was recently
named a Distinguished student for the
Spring of 1995. She maintained a GPA
of 4.00. She will be student teaching in
the fall and will graduate in December
of 1995 from Tarleton State University
On Dean’s List
ABILENE, TX. - - Hardin-Simmons
University has announced its academic
honor lists for the spring semester.
For academic achievement, students
are named to the President's List, the
Dean's List, the Honor Roll and the
Honorable Mention List.
The Dean's List requires at least a 3.75
GPA average on all courses taken w ith a
minimum of 12 semester hours. Kather-
ine Davis from Arther City was named
to the Dean's List.
Neva Dale Wainscott, Philip Wayne
Wainscott and Arlcn Dale Estes, Jr.
announce their uniting as a family in
Christ Jesus on July 29, 1995 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlcn Dale Estes,
Sr. of Wichita Falls.
The ceremony was officiated by Se-
quoya Reynolds, minister of the gospel
of Jesus Christ of Knox City, Texas.
Matron of Honor was Rita Houck of
Knox City, and Best Man was Richard
Norris of Wichita Falls.
Guests at the ceremony w'ere the brides
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mitchel,
parenta of the groom Mr. and Mrs. Arlen
Dales Eastes, Sr., sister of the groom
Beverly Eastes, grandmother of the
groom Mrs. Lois Pieratt, the Rev. and
Mrs. Jack Dial, and special family of the
bride Bud Reynolds, Cindy Reynolds,
and Morris Houck.
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Lobpries, F. Mike. Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1995, newspaper, June 29, 1995; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825589/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.