The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1975 · Page 28
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 28

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, November 30, 1975
Page 28
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McDuff-McNutt vows repeated ;, Before an altar flanked ,by twtti s€ven btaftch candelabra entwined with •• grcenefy and white satin -~ bows Cathy Lynn McNutt '.' and Gene David McDuff .exchanged wedding vows • WI Nov. 15 in Holy Com* A forter Episcopal Church of Angleton, The Rev. Frank B. Mflnpntn offi^iitrvH j»t thp evening ceremony wilh Eric Herbst of Angleton as acolyte. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd W. McNutt of Anglcton. A 1975 graduate of Angleton High School, she is a student at Brazosport College and is employed at the Pick- wickian Nursery Schools, Inc., in Angleton. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James M, McDuff, also of SEMI-ANNUAL SAVE % 50% AND MORE FANTASTIC SAVINGS! We must make room for new Spring fabrics arriving daily """ SALE STARTS MONDAY DEC. 1 60" PRINTED KNITS COMPLETELY WASHABLE RES. NOW $3.99yd ro 60" DOUBLE KNITS SOLIDS & FANCIES $3.99'y 8 YO 60" POLYESTER GABARDINE »» •* SOLIDS & DENIMS 45" COTTON PRINTS TREMENDOUS SELECTION 45" KETTLE CLOTH SOLSDS & PRINTS S2.29'yd 45" "VIP" FAVORITE PRINTS S1W 5149 MXK COTTON |T ° 45" "COOL DUCK" PRINTS 100% EASY CARE COTTON 45" COTTON CORDUROY SOLIDS & PRINTS 60" POLY/COTTON PRINTS **/,<$]£ PERFECT FOR T-TOPS 60" DOUBLE KNITS OUR FINEST KNITS $6.99 yd 45" POLYESTER PRINTS PERFECT FOR THE HOLIDAYS 60" CREPE STITCH KNIT OVER 15 COLORS C J 00 S2.99/yd > 100 I ro 9 x 12 FELT SQUARES XMAS COLORS & ASSORTED 10/ 25,'yd 5100 Store Hours: REMNANTS" -1/2 PRICE 9:30 to 5:30 WHILE THEY LAST 'ONE TABLE ASSORTED FABRICS KNITS COTTONS JERSEYS RfO. TO $4 99 YD- MANY OTHER UNAPVERTISEP ITEMS 1229 Weet Highway 332 OF FABRICS Angleton. A gl-jxhintc or Anglcton High School, he graduated from Texas State Technical Institute, Waco, majoring In automotive mechanics. He Is employed at Holcombe Motors, Inc., Angleton. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a s)ipp«r-length gown of white satin in princess lines with long fitted sleeves. It featured a high wedding ring collar with a panel of lace applique re- embroidered with seed pearls down the front. A brocade headpiece formed a small crown which held a lace mantilla which extended the length of the gown to form a chapel train. Carrying out the tradition of "something old" the bride wore a small gold locket given to her as a child by her grand mother. Her flowers of red roses, baby's breath ami white daisies fell in a semi' cascade tied with red satin streamers, Kelly McNutt of Angleton served her sister as maid of honor Her formal gown was created of cardinal red polyester crew in a hooded caftan design The tucked bodice had an open neckline with a Chinese collar She carried three long stemmed Minuet roses tied with greenery, baby's breath and white satin ribbon streamers The bridesmaids worr Judy McDuff of Angleton. the bridegroom's sister, and Emily West, also of Angleton Angie Wallace. the bride's cousin, was flower girl AH were gowned in a fashion similar to iKul of (he mate! of honor, Jessie Hensley of Surfside served the groom as best man Groomsmen were Paul McSutt of Angleton, the bride'* brother, and Jimmy Bruce of Alvin, Andy Ktcwv was the ring bearer Guests were seated by Lloyd Chealharc. Mike McCaskill and David Thompson Following the ceremony a champagne reception was held at the home of (he bridegroom's parents Special guests included the couple's grandmothers, Mrs Milton THR RftAJOSPOKT MCtl . T8XAI. tUNOAY, NQVIAWBH », HELPING HANDS MEET TO PLAN FOR HOLIDAYS The Volunteer Helping Hands will mc*t Monday «U pm In the Greenbriar Raom of the Wtwxiiake Nursing Home, All member* are urged to attend, «» w«ll as any other interpret! pertton, irinre plans (or different Christmas program* sponsored by the group will be discussed Danbury band wins second in marching UANBURY - The Danbury High School Bam] won A second In the marching band contest held rwently In H<wtt! berg Ttw? f»(S band in WKk-r the direction of Curl ' Bund member* are wiling canty now with procml* going toward th? pun-haw of new uniform* Orders may t» plmwd with the director or any member Th* priw i» II SO per box MM YVO.MKS. I ,. at home In AngtfliMt Me Duff am) Mrs Hugh M. Hicks. Urth of Angtetwi The newlywvda are at home in Angtettm fallowing a wedding irlp to New Orleans. Tips for 'wardrobe wisdom 1 already >wve COU.KtiK .STATION A d*w slc|»i to "war«lrt>bc wj.wfcjm" will help consumer* slay (iVihtofiahl* 1 *h«i ilylrs and seasons changr. Margret Aon Van derp««ri«*n. a clothing with tlw Thr v S Star! by AIM looking iti TV, aili ami in th<- •storps !o tcf Now, back to stop ami think "Can you »«* >our*rlf in the current fAshions"* Are >f>u Uill if».«j^h or p«rti!i? efwugh for (h* look you likp' Will new item* and your current wardrobe *«rk ti^et.Vr 11 " She u.igge$tt*.l a critical look m th* clocwt ami v,)ftirm clothing into "okay," "m-^xb Ivelp" amj "won't wear" piles Give awav !h* "tton't wear*," "Try int.tinn a«<J mat ehinj< mating vlo<Jwa add .» scarf or U-!t to tic colors lojjoihrr Then WEDDING PICTURES 4.110 Proof* , «.*» > I *4 Mini Oder ....... ll-*t t«*t BARGAINER , M^cni IIWKobinbood AnjtUUm this th«- oftwi m rotx.- (otv.!«!<T 'basic" f.iiuf arouiui it "When shopping for rvrvr cJothcs, lake along snip* of fabric frt>m th<- wMfn* uf garments you hopp to match or crwrdiaati- " She sugjgestwi tiuyirsK «r making on* n-a!i> nc* tr«ti<J-s^tting item ..... and d*cid« lw>* it can be with things you 25% OFF PRE-HOLIDAY SALE STARTS FRIDAY 18 FALL COLLECTION 25% OFF LACHES •CONNIE •JACQUELINE •VOGUE •POCOS •MBS CAPEZIO MEN'S • MANLY •FREEMAN Shoe Gallery LACK'S CENTER 6th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION DECEMBER 1 thru DECEMBER 6 DISCOUNT 20% OFF 4 OAtS OWtr 108 N. 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