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Bliss, Ketterl wedding

Monday, July 30, 2007

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Adam and Angela Ketterl
ATWOOD -- Angela Bliss and Adam Ketterl were united in marriage June 16th, 2007. The Rev. Christine Edwards officiated the ceremony at the First Christian Church in Atwood, Kansas.

Parents of the couple are Tom and Arlene Bliss of Atwood and David and Judy Ketterl of Herndon. Grandparents are Lorraine Wurm of Atwood, the late Charles Bliss, the late Faye and Lindley "Roe" Lane, the late Clarence and Anna Mae Ketterl and the late John and Maxine Howard.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a white satin ball gown by Oleg Cassini. The graceful long gown featured beaded metallic embroidery detail on the bodice and skirt. The cathedral train continued the design of beaded embroidery with distinct white pearls gracing the length of the train. Her veil was adorned with an edging of miniature pearls. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and iris intertwined with lavender freesia. She wore a silver heart pendant, a wedding gift from the bridegroom.

Joanna Morris served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Sarah Olson, Sarah White, sister of the bridegroom and Abbie Waymire. Each of the attendants wore soft lavender floor length strapless gowns gathered to one side. They carried colonial bouquets of white pixies and lavender freesia.

Serving as best man was Nikolaus Martin. Bridegroomsmen were Lindley Bliss, brother of the bride, Aaron White, brother-in-law of the bridegroom and Travis Morris. The bridegroom wore a white tuxedo with a long coat, a lavender accent vest and a white rose boutonnière. The brideroomsmen were dressed in black tuxedoes with long coats, lavender accent vests and white rose boutonnieres.

Jeremey Wahrman and Lisle Kauffman served as ushers. Colton Ketterl, cousin of the bridegroom, served as ring bearer, and his twin sisters, Morgan and Riley Ketterl, served as flower girls. They wore long lavender dresses and carried matching satin flower baskets. The guest book attendants were Ruth White and Emily Wolters. Carrie Spresser distributed programs.

The couple left the church in the groom's refurbished turquoise and white 1957 Chevy. A dinner reception and dance followed the ceremony at City Limits in Colby, Kan. Holly and Scott Rondin, cousins of the bride, were host and hostess for the wedding reception.

Following a honeymoon to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, the couple are at home in Atwood. The bride is employed with Adams Brown Beran and Ball, Certified Public Accountants in Colby, Kansas. The bridegroom is employed with Dave's Oil Service Inc. in Atwood,