Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Thursday, July 1, 1999
Moore, Fowler exchange vows
Meredith Rose Moore of Lubbock, and John Terrell Fowler of Lubbock
were married in a 7:30 p.m. ceremony on June 12 at the First Christian
Church in Pecos, with Doctor William N. Parkey officiating.
Parents of the couple are Jaroy and Bennie Moore of Lubbock, formerly
of Pecos and Terry and Lynn Fowler of Pecos.
The bride was given in marriage byher father. For her wedding, Miss
Moore chose a gown designed by Jasmine. The jewel neckline was complimented
by short sleeves and cuffed in candlelight Italian satin. The bodice and
sleeves were made completely of Venice lace and were accented with pearls
in a floral pattern. The Basque waistline allowed the full ball gown skirt
to fall gracefully to the floor and sweep into a semi-cathedral train.
The skirt was finished with a row of Venice lace around the hem. The back
was accented with pearl buttons and three Italian silk rosettes. To complete
her ensemble she wore a satin headband edged in pearls and finished with
two tiers of candlelight illusion. She carried a hand held bouquet of white
tineke roses, white stock florets and stephanotis.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Ellen Love of Lubbock, long
time friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Amy Green of Waco and Tera King
of Fort Stockton, also long time friends of the bride. The bride's attendants
wore matching gowns of Wisteria Dulcine satin. The floor length dresses
featured empire waistlines, soft scoop necklines, and short sleeves. They
were accented in the back with a pleat and sweep train. They carried hand
held bouquets of osiana peach roses with larkspur florets and satin covered
Serving as best man was Jacob Fowler of Pecos, brother of the groom.
Groomsmen were Skipper Reep of Levelland and Coby Moore of Roby, college
friends of the groom.
J.J. Exum, Trey Armstrong, and Foster Green of Pecos served as ushers.
Providing special music for the service were Becky Patterson at the
organ and Christopher Mitchell on the trumpet.
Special guest of the bride and groom was her grandmother, Mrs. Roy Moore
of Brady, and his grandmother, Mrs. Pete Fernandes of Pecos.
A reception, hosted by the bride's parents, was held at the Reeves County
Civic Center in Pecos.
Guests were registered by Kella and Randa Taylor of Pecos. Also assisting
in the house party were Penny and Sarah Armstrong, Lori Box, Salem Mitchell
and Mrs. J.J. Exum of Pecos.
A rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom's parents was held at 1 Bell
Acres on Friday, June 11.
The bride is a graduate of Pecos High School and Texas A&M University.
She is currently employed by Lamesa Independent School District. The bridegroom
graduated from Pecos High School and Texas Tech University. He is currently
employed by Dean Foods, Inc. in Lubbock.
Following a wedding trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, the couple will reside
Pecos students net grants
Three Pecos High School students have been selected to receive scholarships
awarded at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin for the Fall 1999
Linsey Hathorn, Fernando Rios, and Desiree Sanchez, are each eligible
to receive the UTPB Freshman Merit Grant, which provides $800 for two semesters.
UTPB President Charles Sorber said, "We are pleased to welcome these
outstanding students to our campus. Our supporters are making it possible
for recent high school graduates to continue their education here in the
The scholarships are funded through contributions to the university
by various donors.
Fall registration at UTPB is set for Aug. 23-24. For more information,
Special dates set for freshman at UTPB
Freshmen planning to attend The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
during the 1999 fall semester should make note of important upcoming dates.
The deadline for freshman applications is Thursday, July 15. Applications
will be accepted in the UTPB Admissions Office.
Incoming freshmen who did not take the SAT test on the national testing
dates can take a special administration of the test through UTPB, with
the scores valid for admission to UTPB only. Also, Quick TASP is administered
on an appointment basis at UTPB. Call 552-2630 to set up an appointment
for either one of the tests.
Pre-registration for freshmen will take place during orientation in
August. Notices of time and location will be sent to new students upon
their acceptance to The University. Classes begin Thursday, Aug. 26.
For more information, call the UTPB Office of Admissions, 552-2605.
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
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324 S. Cedar St., Pecos, TX 79772
Phone 915-445-5475, FAX 915-445-4321
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