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Thursday, June 25, 1998

Armstrong, Osterloh exchange vows

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Jennifer Susann Armstrong of Pecos, and Steven Kenneth
Osterloh of Grand Prairie were married in a 7:30 p.m.
ceremony on June 20 at the First Christian Church in Pecos,
with the Reverend Clark Ford officiating.

Parents of the couple are Steve and Barbara Armstrong of
Pecos, and John and Linda Jenkins of Grand Prairie.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. For her
wedding, Miss Armstrong selected a gown of white Dupioni
silk designed by Christos for Neiman-Marcus. The princess
gown featured a fitted bodice accented with beaded
re-embroidered Alencon lace. A band of Venise lace
highlighted the scoop neckline and short sleeves. A deep
back was further detailed with Venise lace and covered
buttons. The soft flared skirt flowed gently into a chapel
length train.

Her matching headpiece was a bandeau covered in matching
Dupioni silk adorned with Venise lace. Two tiers of imported
silk illusion fell gracefully to below her waist and then
extended to beyond the train of her gown.

She carried a bouquet of gardenias, white roses, and

Attending the bride as maid of honor was Stephanie Anne
Armstrong of Pecos, sister of the bride.

Bridesmaids were Rebeka Ashley Rosser of Coppell, Laura
Elizabeth Wood of Slaton, Allison Lynn Nadolski of
Livingston, and Blythe Kendall Clayton of Amarillo.

Her bridesmaids wore Watters & Watters gowns of Cobalt blue
chiffon. The sleeveless A-line gowns featured a bateau
neckline with a deep cowl back. Their flowing skirts fell to
slipper length.

They carried natural clusters of lilies, gerber daisies, and
Bella Donna delphinium.

Serving as best man was Slade Fred Armstrong of Dallas,
brother of the bride.

Groomsmen were Bradley Leon Douglas of Lewisville, Jeffrey
Ryan Yarbrough of Granbury, Matthew James Crow of St. Louis,
Missouri, cousin of the groom, and Robert Wayne Jaksik of

Kyle Andrew Cowan of Dallas, cousin of the bride, served as

Providing special music for the service was soloist Kristen
Hallie Smith of Lubbock.

Special guests of the bride and groom were her grandparents
Fred and Ingrid Armstrong, and her great-grandmother Mrs.
Dorothy Fabricant, all of Pecos, the groom's grandmother,
Mrs. Clytie Jenkins of Grand Prairie, and the groom's
grandfather, Mr. James Crow of St. Louis, Missouri.

A reception, hosted by the bride's parents, was held at the
Reeves County Civic Center in Pecos.

Houseparty members included Lori Baize Box of Pecos, Hilary
Queen Caruth of San Antonio, Michelle Dawn Hughes of
Houston, and Lisa Jenkins Jaksik, sister of the groom, of

A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom's parents, was held
at the Pecos Valley Country Club on Friday, June 19.

The bride attended Texas Tech University and was a member of
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She is a 1998 graduate of Texas
Tech University and received her Bachelor of Arts in
communication studies.

The bridegroom also attended Texas Tech University and was a
member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. He was a 1996 graduate of
Texas Tech University and received his Bachelor of Business
Administration in marketing. He is currently a graduate
student at Dallas Baptist University. The groom is employed
as a National Marketing Representative with Ennis Business

Following a wedding trip to Nassau, Bahamas, the couple will
reside in Las Colinas.

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