The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 27, 1975 · Page 24
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 24

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, November 27, 1975
Page 24
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tHf BRA10SPORT FACTS ERBEPOat, TEXAS, tJjUj_SgAY.NOy6M66R 11, WM P*««4B Michael Creech, Teresa Williams married in Alvin « \'i.vm* GIFT WRAP TRICYCLE 26 WIDE FOIL OR PAPER Hai Karate Brutt 33 Oedorant Set m g»< Tussy Deodorant MR. AND MRS. LKONAKDMK H.AKU KKK( H ...makinghome in.Alvin Wearing in her shoe a penny minted in the year of her birth. Teresa Ann Williams became the bride of Leonard Michael Creech on Oct. 4 at the First Christian Church of Alvin. The Re%-. Dayle Schnelle led the couple's vows. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph B Williams of Alvin. A graduate of Alvin High School, she attends Alvin Community College where she is employed as a PBX operator. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Richard^ I. Creech of FreeporC A graduate of Angleton High School, he has served in the U.S. Army Security Agency. He has attended Brazosport College and now attends Alvin Community College where he is sergrml "( |»!ice The ci'upie is at home r. Alvin. Given in marriage t-> her father, the bride chose a long sleeve, formal gown of ivory organza with emprie waist and A-line skirt. The bodice and skirt were trimmed with ivory lace appliques. Her chapel-length illusion veil was attached to a Dior velvet bow covered with ivory ap- pliques. She carried a bouquet of white daisy mums ;irui white carnations i-rstwi'ie'.l in buby'> breath. The bruit.' cho.->t«; Lin key of Alui 1-oin.t ,i> her maid of honor ami Mr* David (.'ro\vh »f Ha;.*. Kan. ;ts matron of hpti'.ir Joan Kaseribaum of Aivrn and Lynetle Stewart "!" Friend s w a o d w o r e bridesmaids Each wwe a formal sleeveless gown of seilow and white check with white eyelet trim and carried a bouquet of yellow daisies, mums and white car nations entwined in baby's breath. The grmirn chose Larry Matthorn of Angleton as his best man Darrel Williams, the bride's brother of Alvin. Ron Berry of Spring and David Duffey of Angleton w.'re YOUR CHOICE Flower girl was the groom's niece, Rhonda Miehe!,- Creech. Usher* were David Creech of Hays, Kan and Gary Creech of Virginia Beach. Va., both brothers of the groom. Special guest was the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Mickey Cox of Victoria. A reception in the home of the groom's parents followed the ceremonv Fashion and Beauty Tips Culling up Keep your hair al Us prelty peak by having it trimmed every two months This removes dry brittle ends, leaving the hair looking glossy and healthy. Problem hair Fine hair needs special rare. L'te body waves and telling lo- lion lo help bold a set. If weather it bjd. ju»l Id vour hair hang <lr,-<)Khl. Fur lirnr Heavy rjins luvc liif wrarrrs w^ndt'fing .ihuul llu 1 proprf care of ,i favorite jacket <i; cuji If your fur coat rfws Kin wet shake it out and tuntf ><• in a cool airy S[>ut to dry l>«;n I hjn^ n nrar a radiator or ntht-r souri t- of heal GLASS RHAMEHT k"-rv "A SIDEWALK BIKE ft f /; 'i $ -j'9 3400 KNIT Hugger Bike Magicubes Kodacolor Film 'SPECIAL PHOTO COUPO 0« v.;t f t' .trim.-* CLOSEUP TOOTHPASTE @r "'•• ;: " f ' *rfu . >, ,. : . ,,,„, 49< HAIR SPRAY '"•>«f.R»(Al.'" ; "' 73 INJECTOR BLADES >';, •:' i'. f. *:•!•->•• 94 ALKA SELTZER 83< WE GLADLY ACCIPT U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPS • / Li.i.D.A. INSFECFED KET CHICKEN MIXED FRYER PARTS PLUS GIBLETS Sirloin Steak "* •• li.VO* iOOt t"i«» iA^ . »>*' T-Bone Steak '** Ui.0> f.5OO v'-'.» ' , V, «! * Rib Chops " i "'-- yj.o.». cooo i.i'.«r •<*!. i •• »' Rump Roast 129 98' 98' 129 GROUND U.t.O A. QOOO tii. Brisket Roast lc. -j ft »• 5 0 «M •> U.S.C.A. C()0f) LKJItT VAl.Ii; MKAT STEAK SO. CUT SHOULOff K.VM.I.V IB ^ «^^ •/^ For real homeslyle cooking; with TURKEY & DRESSING and all the trimmings without ail the fuss and bother. SERVING THANKSGIVING DINNER from 11:00 A.M. BOULEVARD CAFE 910 GUlf BLVD. FRIIPORT U S 0 * GOOD UOMT VAL.UC ME < Cutlets BUUt RlBBOH Smoked Sausage BLUE i Bar-B-Q Links Little Sizxlers Neuhoeff Smokies V ^' ^^^ G( ,s, > CROWN •-* "'• 139^ -• iioB «M r .d | 89 . >• «* U.S.O.A. G»)i)t) I.KJHT VALt'K MKAT ROAST Corn ^ <( 3 ,,J; *1 Soup ;••,* r Jr ;j 02. RKf,. 119 139 GRAIN FED HCAvr BEEF CUT i tRAPHECl AT NO EXTRA CHARGE fHOLE Boneless Strips •""«• *«r 249 BUTTIHOLE Top Sirloin i TO 10 LB. AVC. ^^ )99 BOLOGNA *1 Corn ^ u 3-HVM yermjcelli ^/ 39' l4 Vegetables'ii29'Dreisjng •*' 79' ^Tomatoes 3 »» 51 Crape Jelly : '-,V 73' ^H >OOC CLUB M.1 .LOW Cl iH', I",'* •' • •-• A» i. » »I-OH " ^Peaches !?i 45'Crackers '.'.« 47' 'coe Soup ,'... , : ,r «<<, »0i.i Asst. Towels 43 ( ,. BOPOENS INDIVIDUAL CHEESE . 99 89< RATH New England 105Ham < - )4 9 FARMER BHOUlf CMEOUAXUfLl *»*F! rtid Cheese LWM T B 159 Sm|| , es ' }) rA»«£» BflO«N II-, 02. PXQ. KRAFT ASJOdriO CMCIU ..te^.L^fheese V& 31' OnOllll NATURAL iNACA RATH AiSORTtU UiCK.ort. ,, - 40i. sucef wo" 9f! d Cutl i02 <0^*»^,_ . — QCC -O/. PKC. Spread Ww. 79 { New England 105 HATH CMOPPtO .!*!« Ham * w -'«• 129 liver Loaf"« 85* 1 | a HATH loaf Cheese 3 19 Braun$» 0 TV77 < r-* ALL FLAVORS BOR DEN'S YOGURT

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