The News from Friendswood, Texas on December 15, 1977 · Page 5
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December 15, 1977

The News from Friendswood, Texas · Page 5

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December 15.1977 NEWS Page 5 / G \ WE BUY EQUITIES HOMES - LAND - COMMERCIAL Bob Townsend -Bob Mertel 482-1574 482-0272 Libby Peace-Dennis McGee Exchange Wedding Vows FRIENDSWOOD .. Olivia Ann (Libby) Peace and Dennis Lynn McGee exchanged wedding vows Saturday, Dec. 10, at Mary Queen, Catholic Church, the Rev. Thomas McNamara performing the ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Peace Sr. and the groom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. McAdams, all of Frlcndswood. Mrs. McGee was given In marriage by her father. Her gown was of white organza with touches of sky blue on the Inverted vec Inset of the bodice and slightly lifted waistline as well as lace flowers with blue organza centers around thfi neckline. Her chapel •length veil was of aloncon lace and Is an heirloom belonging to her aunt. For her bouquet, she chose a cascade of red sweetheart roses and baby's breath. Attendants were Vlckt Warner, maid of honor; Donna McGee, bridesmaid and Babara Spann, junior bridesmaid. They were gowned in royal blue mara- caine Jersey fashioned with empire waist Insets and butterfuly sleeves. They each carried white prayerbooks topped with a red rose and babys breath. Little Stephanie Guidry of Addis. La., was flower girl. She wore a gown of crepe and eyelet lace and threw red rose 1/2"x 450" OR 3/4" ^300' SCOTCH TAPE BRASSTONE OR CHROME PLANTER POLE SVIVANM6RO.LUX PLANT LIGHT & FIXTURE Oecontorityltd, Complitiunltln- duduBulb.Shidi Auppom-Ttrfict for ell type* of Choice of bmflone orChrom»flniih,Adiuitt tor*" with wlnl NORTHERN INDOOR,PLANT WATERING HOSE 12-QUART PORCELAIN ENAMEL COOKING POT Unrtfitiitindird fiontt.SO'hoa H<tlio»oHvilvt. MekaltMiytomttr pur Moor plena whtilltOnet fortiuafinlly HolUnmib RED.411 "OX OF 100 KLEENEX TISSUE IMHESj FASHIO SCARVES DISPOSABLE BUTANE PKG. OF 100 PAPER P1ATES 20 LIGHT MINIATURE LIGHT SET 99 Aootttd color (Witt blink nidi iilnittflatur. RED. 1.3« FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM iT-SHIRTS PKG PKC. OF 30 READY MADE GIFT BOWS 68' 32"x40" SPARKLE-TEX COTTON 3 CliolctofV-inck of crew nick, mitt only due null, medium, taratorntritiru REG. 4.39 FRUIT OF THE LOOM BRIEFS 66 100H cotton brlih. Men'i «Ue»Z8to« REG.169 Uafotwrepplnj •round bw of tnt A miny other hou» hold detention. Rig.SM ASSORTED TAGS & SEALS Actomddulgni Inpidtip. RE0.69< UL LISTED FLASHER PLUG Minyiuavoundtni hometjftclilly during thiholioiyt. REO.IM 110 S. FRIENDSWOOD 482-3377 11514 HUGHES RD. 481-0797 1169 EDGEBROOK 944-6641 MEN'S ORLON 'CREW SOCKS 77 dioottfromnlld fuhlon colon. Men'i ilia REO.B9( IBLU-BOY AUTOMATIC BOWL CLEANER 57 '* AutomitlcTollit howl del Mr. deodorltir RE0.68I- CAST IRON TRIVETS M l) FrogorOwldnltm 1 UnfulinddKontrn. T Reg.6S<Eich THOUGHTFUL REFLECTIONS' EASAL MIRROR 2 Deconthtuiil frintd mirror btht perfect gift from a thoughtful pirun Gift boxed nidy to gto. Reg. 3.49 D CAKE, CANDY, COOKIE UTILITY BOX 77 34>.<iucneme!ed m«Ulto« with 111 A tuictlw Needlepoint dolgn. Reg. 994 18-INCH LONG __ SINGLE ROSE 66 SHOP MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 AM to 9PM SUNDAY 10 AM to 7 PM petals. The altar was decorated In baskets of blue and white carnations. James O. Peace Jr. served as best man and groomsman was Pat Stanley. Ushers were Charles Peace and Mike Stanley. Stuart McGee was ring bearer. Organist Peggy Patterson and vocallstKrlstl Le Blanc of Lake Charles La. rendered the brides selections of Evergreen Wedding Song and the Lords Prayer. A reception followed at Mary Queen Annex. Mrs. Peace received guests In a gown of cranberry velvet and Mrs. McAdams in a steel blue. Both complimented their selections with pink sweetheart rose corsages. After a honeymoon in Vail, Colo., the couple will reside in Pcarland. Men's Group To Honor Nine Pastors FRIENDSWOOD The pastors of the nine Frlendswood Churches will be especially honored by the Frlendswood Community Men's Breakfast at the Baptist Church, Saturday, 7:30 am. Laymen from each of the churches will Introduce and speak a tew words of appreciation for their pastor. The pastors In turn will respond on the topic, "In a Season of Joy, Hope for the Future In the Community of Frlendswood." A breakfast will be served by the Baptist Church men for $1.50. This is an open meeting, and all men and boys u the community are cordially invited to attend this fellowship. The pastors to be honored at this breakfast Include, Rev. Thomas Hlegel, New Life Assembly; Rev, Norman Fry, First Baptist Church; Rev. Jud ' Edwards, Heritage- Park Baptist Mission; Rev. Father Thomas McNamara, Mary Queen Catholic; Rev. Robert Humphries, and Rev. Bill Allen, Church of Christ; Rev. Wlliam Sterling, church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal; Rev. Ron Allen and Rev. Bill Llttlefield, Friends Church; Rev. Dr. Peter Stelnke and Rev. Alan Gunderman, Hope Lutheran; Rev. John Barfleld. United Metholdst; Rev. Robert Russum, Church of the Nazarene. I don't work for a company. I work for you. Truman Taylor Insurance 1108 S. Frlendswood 4824211

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