The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1975 · Page 31
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 31

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, November 30, 1975
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f M/chae/ Heathers fake Acapu/co wedding fr/p Miehnel L«wrence following* candlelight HtuttiMT «nd hit bride, the w«Jdin# Saturday, Nov. 29 ™ m f r ....'** |)Bbof «n »» Trinity Bpitcopal Kli«b*»h Havroft, left (at Church in MamlwII The Ui Acapuko H«?v William Savage Douglnn Iwl the coup!* in th«jr vows Upon (heir return Ifwy will make their home in Frwpwt The bride, the daughttr of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cowan Havron of Mar- »hati, is a graduate of Lamar Unlvmlty and St. Paul'* Hospital In Dallas, where the recdved a B 8 degree in medical technology Mr ami Mr». Harold L Heather of Freeport are the parent* of (he groom. A graduate of l,flmar L'nivmity with a US. degree In chemical engineering, he tit employed In renearch and development with Dow Chemical. (Hven in marriage hy her parents, the hrlde cbos* o Bianchl original gown of candlelight c h I f f o n e 11 e . It e embroifJerpd Aloncort lace and beading over English net highlighted the empire bodice. Lace trimmed the high neckline above the (tfwcr yoke, and cuffed the long, nheer sleeves, A Wntteau train fell from the shoulder to compliment (he full xkirl, nwceping Into a chapel train, Her hornehair picture hat edged in matching Alencon lace and *alm ribbon complimented her gown. She carried a THE ftftAlOSFOftT FACTS r«eBf"oi*T, TEXAS. OPEN DAILY 9-9; CLOSED SUNDAY MON., TUi,, WED. Train and Race Sets ! TYCO SI, "CHATTANOOGA CHOO-CHOO" TRAIN WITH SMOKE ;j r id '.!• a .'.-U'ljtr. v.f'-'.:,!'o Fc<'i!uJ'?s 36*45 ova! (ay "TWIN SPIRIT OF 76" TRAIN OR A. 4, *,i S v •. '[ '" S-' '*- \i'~; Jr{""fi *vf*! 4 .0^*1* r ^fi !*^*'* c *"-j"i/""-"I a nH v *» *' l - -*'- * '--'V - ' • • v, * i. -',. wj-i*- V iJ C* 1 *U B. "OVER "OVER AND UNDER" TRAIN With 150 pieces. Mas operating headlight, decorated signs & poles, 33 piece bridge & trestle plus scenic village set-up. f .;w<ti C Co»h 8«g.»)«f to"** Sniff and (ha ».t»i 3 ,,><••, ot <X)<> ?-6 D A-Frorne Hou»r W,ih Pto r fomlj' CO' H.jtg^itcs-,* of,*rti ioi piay c»eo Fo' 6.96 7.97 7.97 LIFE-SIZE WALKING 32" DOLL CHALK BOARD/EASEL 8.97 7.93 TOTE-A-BOUT TRIKE 3.47 HWY.332 at DIXIE DR, cascade of Phaleonopsjs orchid* and stephanotis enhanced by English ivy and gypw/phila. Karen Havill of Houston alUmded the bride as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs Phillip Fruitt of Arlington. Mrs, David Moncla of College Station, Jane Frascr and Mrs. Bruce Abraham of Houston, and Donna Citrano of Beaumont. The attendants wore identical slwveless voile gowns ol red and purple floral print, in Empire style with sashed hacks and scooped neckline* Harold Heather served his w>n as test man Groomsmen were Dennis McConnefl of Freeport, Randy Heather, brother of the groom, and Dana Havron, brother of the bride, both of College Station, Dean Hulsey of take JackJion, and Micky Young of Hobbs, N,M, Ushers were Kirven Weekley, Bob Hearn, Mike Lysay and Steve Scannell. Candlclighters were Scoop Pitts and Dale Diercta. The hride's grandmother, Mrs. Howard T. Havron of Birmingham, Ala was a special out-of- town guest- A reception was held at the Marshall Lakeside Country' Club following the ceremony. MHS MM HU.I. I. \\vaKNTKHKATIIER I)fb«>rah K!ijal)^th llavrffn Philip Brocks wed in Freeport > Mil \Mi MKS I'Hll.U'tOLKMAN KIUH'K vtftiitini; (rip in Mexico Wi-nnn^ a fuli-lt-ngth v«'i! (It-Mgnii-vl and hainl- madi' h> (KT .lunt. t'hersl Ann Banu's ixvamt- ihe bridt? nt Philip Coleman Brock in an evening cert'inofiy held Nov. 15 at St Paul '$ Kpiscopal O)urch in Krt-eport. The lU'v Janit* Abernathy led the couple's vows The bride is ihe daughter of Mr at\d Mrs Frank Barnes of Fret-port A graduate of Brazo&port High SchiMl. she has also attended Hrazosport College She is currently emplii>ed as u Uwkket-per for Krause office Supply. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Olis Brock of Freeport. A graduate uf Braiosport High School, he received his bachelor of science degree from Texas A&M University He is currently employed as a research associate Given in marriage by her father, tin? bride chose a gown in the Victorian fashion of magnolia white miranmi and Chamilly lace over neau tie soie. The Empire bodice featured ruching at Hie neckline WlineU in Venus* 1 lace edgine aiwJ Chantiilv lace appliques were placed on the full sleeves. Ttie A-iine skirt and brusli tram was encircled by a deep flounce headed by Veruse iace edging The bride's full-length veil was held by a hand- beaded headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white orchids grown by Mr. and Mrs Alfred Proebstle. The bride chose Ann Brandon of Freeport as her maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of royal blue crepe with white lace and a full skirt. She carried a cascade of blue and white carnations The groom chose Stephen Brock of Little Rock. Ark as his best man Michael Shepard was candlelighter. Jim Shepard and Gus Raynor were ushers Special guests included the brick's grandparents, Kir and Mrs G. H Barnes and Mr and Mrs C. E. Everett, alt of Houston, and the groom's grandparents, Mrs. Frank Kaynor of Freeport aivd Mrs C K Brock of Ah in Following a reception held ai the church, the couple left on a trip tu Mexico. The Brocks will be at home in Clute

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