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 - Pruitt & Stockdick Recite Wedding Vows December...
Pruitt & Stockdick Recite Wedding Vows December 31 Miss Lynda Pruitt became became the bride of Terry L. Stockdick on December December 31, 1966 in the First Methodist C h u r c 1i of Katy. The marriage vows were recited at 6:00 p.m. before a candlelit altar and a cathedral arrangement arrangement of white mums, gladioli and stock with palm leaves. Rev. Harold VVaterbury, pastor of the Katy Apostolic Church, performed the double- ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Claude Pruitt of Alief, Texas. Lynda is a graduate graduate of John Foster Dulles High School, where she was a member of the high school band and the YFC Club. In her senior year, she won the award of "Homemaker of the Year". At the time of her wedding she was employed employed by an insurance company in Houston. Terry is the son of Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Stockdick, Jr. of Katy. He is a graduate of Katy High School, where ha was a member of the FFA, high school band and choir. He is now attending attending Midwest Bible Institute in Webb City, Missouri. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of formal length ivory brocade. The princess styled bodice featured trumpet sleeves with an A line skirt. The detachable train fastened shoulder high in back, under a loose bertha extending extending in great folds into into the chapel length train. Her bouquet was a cascading arrangement of white hyacinth blossoms blossoms and feathered carnations, carnations, centered by a large white CaUeiya orchid. orchid. English Ivy was a background for the white tulle and flower confection. confection. The bride's sister, Mrs. Dennis Walker of Dallas was her matron-of-honov. Susan Hill of Temple, the bride's cousin, and Rosanne Rosanne Stockdick, the groom's sister, were bridesmaids. They wore formal length red velveteen velveteen dresses. Their hats were a red rose, made of velvet and tulle. They carried crescent shaped bouquets of feathered carnations and chrysanthemums chrysanthemums in shades of •CONCRETE WORK OF All KINDS The The right mix at the right price • always! Reody-Miied Concrete "THE BEST IN CONCRETE" To Year Specifications Moore & Son Construction Phone Ul 2-7124 5013 EAST 3rd. St. KATY, TEXAS Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Sfoclcdiclc pink. The best man was David Stuart of Houston. Groomsmen were Ronald Scott of Katy and Dale _ Ditto of Ganado, cousins of the groom. Ushers were Earl Pruitt, the bride's brother; Arthur Glen Robichaux, Billy Don Williams of Katy and Tony Bruton of Houston. Mrs. J. D. Woods played played the traditional organ wedding music. Mrs. W. D. Bains, Jr., the groom's aunt, sang "Whither Thou Goest" and "Wedding "Wedding Prayer". A niece of the bride, Marilyn Terrell of Bok- chita, Oklahoma, was the flower girl. She wore a short, red velveteen dress. Ring bearer was Kevin Cook, the groom's cousin. Mrs. Pruitt wore a pink lace two-piece dress, shoes to match and white accessories. Her corsage was a white feathered carnation. Mrs. Stockdick chose a turquoise silk dress wit!) matching accessories and white gloves. She wore a pink carnation corsage. The reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the Fellowship Fellowship Hall of the

Clipped from The Brookshire Times26 Jan 1967, ThuPage 2

The Brookshire Times (Brookshire, Texas)26 Jan 1967, ThuPage 2
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