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November 3, 1994

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November 3, 1994 & MRS. DOUGLAS BRIAN ROSER a candlelight ceremony at p.m. in the afternoon of . Miss Lanika Susan )er of Colorado, and Mr.  Brian Roser, of Barksdale Force Base, Louisiana, were in marriage at the Claren- Church of Christ with Bright The bride is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leeper of Colorado Colorado, and the groom Ms. Linda Roser of Fair- Alaska. Wedding music was provided Dan Hall of Clarendon. Solo |ections performed were ',rs as Far as I'll Go", and "Can't Help in Love". The double-ring ceremony conducted in candlelight by two spiral candies. A r andivyfloral arran- centered with candles [bt lartubn flttH lace and had a long tapered lace sleeves. The long straight skirt was trimmed with cut-out lace appfi- clues and had a detachable chapel length train which was covered with beaded lace appliques and a se- quined lace edged hem. She wore a fingertip length veil that cascaded from a pearl tiara and was accented with ivory satin roses, seed pearls and satin ribbon. Her cascade bou- quet was of ivory roses, stephanotig ivy and accented with seed pearls, ivory illusion and satin streamers. Following tradition, the bride wore her mother's "blue" garter, her "new" dress, "bor- rowed" her paternal grandmother, Theola Leeper's, pearl drop neck- lace, and carried a "sixpence" in her shoe which belonged to her maternal grandmother, Josephine Burgess. Candlelighters were Tara Leeper of Denver, Colorado and Keena Ellis of Clarendon, Texas, cousins of the bride. They wore tea length dresses of ivory accented with shoulder portrait collars of emerald green and wore w'istband corsages of emerald green satin roses. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Ms. Tammy Bailey of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Bridesmaids were Ms. Robyn W'd- son of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Ms. Jennifer Helton of Dumas, Texas. All maids wore emerald green floor length sheath gowns fashioned with a sweetheart neck- line and long fitted sleeves. They either side of the ceremonial area. each carried an arm bouquet of Two large baskets of gladiolus, ivory and peach roses accented roses, lilies, and ivy decorated the with seed pearls with seed pearls front of the area, flanked by baskets and satin streamers. of fern and ivy, and the unity candie Serving as flower girl was stand which was decorated with ivy HollyLeeper of Denver, Colorado, and roses. Straw hats decorated who wore a floor length dress of with emerald green moss, roses and emerald green accented with an satin bows adjourned the pews and ivory shoulder portrait collar and a were alternated with aisle candie halo of peach and ivory rosebuds. lights. She carried an emerald green satin The bride, given in marriage covered basket and dropped ivory be her father, wore a floor length and green rose petals. ivory satin sheath gown with a pearl The groom wore a formal trimmed Queene Anne Neckline black tuxedo with a cut-awayjacket which dipped to a keyhole back and tails, ivory brocade vest and highlighted with pearl drops. Her bow tie. His boutonniere was a Basque waist bodice was embel- traditional ivory rose from the fished with hand beaded and se- brides bouquet. Attending the quirted re-embroidered alencon groom as best man was Andy Calisi I I II II II I I I Kyle Allen For County Attorney Write-In Candidate PoL ed Paid For By Kyle Allen J of Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Groomsmen were Mr. Nell Leeper, brother of the bride, of Canyon, Texas and Steve Vega of Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. All men were dressed in black tmedo's with a traditional black dinner jacket, emerald green brocade vest and bow ties with boutonnieres of emerald green and ivory rosebuds. The ring bearer was Mr. Gar- rett Booth, cousin of the bride, of Denver, Colorado.He worea black double breasted suit with an emerald green tie and ivory rosebud boutonniere. Wedding guests were registered by Mrs. Karl Leeper, sister-in-law of the bride, of Canyon, Texas.An arrangement of peach roses and English ivy sur- rounded a votive candie in a green crystal bowl adorning the registra- ON CL^I[NORN'S M^IN STIr[IT $1NC[ 131rl It's Layaway For q 0000hrlstmas Pay ()nly 33% of your purchase price down, then pay regularly. It's Easy! We giftwrap your " purchases too- and make your life simple. Page 3 tion table. Guest were seated by Stephanie Bumpus of McKinney, Mr. Brad Helton of Dumas, Texas, Texas. Mr. Chad Ellis of Clarendon, The buffet table was Texas, and Mr. JeffLeeper ofDen- decorated with crystal and silver ver, Colorado, all cousins of the appointments Platters of ham, bride, turkey, roast beef, cheese and rolls A reception was held follow- were served along with bowls of ing the ceremony at the Family Life fresh fruit and vegetable trays. Center. The bride and groom's Out of town guest included table was covered with antique lace visitors from Alaska, Idaho, tablecloths over an underskirt of Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, and emerald green amid a background various towns throughout Texas. of lattice work with an arched can- After a honeymoon in Dallas, delabra containing ivory and green Texas, the couple willbe at home in tapers. The three tiered wedding Shreveport, Louisiana where the cake was separated with Grecian groom serves in the United States columnades and embellished with Air Force. ivory roses on each tier and topped Mr. and Mrs. Dong Burgess with a Precious Moments Bridal and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Leeper of Couple. The groom's cake was a Clarendon are the grandparents of traditional chocolate cake. Serving the bride. The groom's the cake and punch were Kim O'- grandmother is Mrs. Ann Menges Daniel of Lubbock, Texas, Wendy of Florence, Colorado. Winldeblack of Pampa, Texas and You Are Invited to the 1st Annual Craft Sale & Bake Sale Clarendon Mental Health Center 111 Kearney Clarendon, Texas (806) 874-3504 Across From The Old Mulkey Theater Fri., Nov. 4, 1994 9:00 - 5:30 Sat., Nov. 5, 1994 9:00 - 12:00 Come By For A Free Cup of Coffee Handcrafts, Woodcrafts, Christmas Items Please Use Side Door Because Farmers and Ag-Related Businesses are so important to Clarendon, they' e important to us. II Farming and Ag-Related Businesses are a major part of the Donley County economy. Therefore they are important to the First Bank and Trust. Over the years, the bank has made hundreds of loans to cat- tlemen, cotton growers, supphers and other rural enterprises. We are committed to the Clarendon area. We welcome area producers and bus,ness people to come by and visit. Together we can make th=s community grow .... FIRST BRRI-I 00TRUST OF CLARENDON