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January 9, 1970

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! Today -- Larry Allen, Rex ' Monroe and Mrs. E. G. McLaln. Saturday -- Almeda Kinabrow, Peg Fields, Danny Perkins and Happy Wedding Annl- versary to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker. Sunday -- Marilyn Pierce, Jean Reese and Judy D. Tinner. Monday -- Bill Payne. Tuesday -- Pamela Splvey, Darlene Yakesch, Floyd Hoover and Johnny Andrews. Wednesday -- Keith Robert. son, Don Aubrey Hodge, Frances Downey and Jimmie Robertson. Thursday -- Curtis Thomas, Amy Bradshaw, J. D. Waller and Annie Bell Featherson. Belated birthday greetings go ) to Tummy Racker whose birth date was January 1, and Anniversary greeting to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Racker who celebrated their day on Dec. 27. Members of the Happy Day Garden Club of Malakoff en- f  7 tertained their husbands at the Sun Set Inn with a Christ- mas party on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cur- All friends and relatives of December 17. of Malakoff announce the the couple are invRed to at- The tasty and lelectable and approaching tend the wedding ceremony dishes prepared and brongl of their daughter, and the reception to follow in by each member, were served Currey, o Lee Roy the Educational .Buildidng of from a beautifully decorated son of Mr. and Mrs. the church, table centered "with a lovely B. Bennett of Mesquite. The future bride is a 1968 arrangement furnished by wedding will be an spring graduate of lIalakoff Mrs. Dock Johnson who, along of Saturday, March 7, High School and is attending with her husband, were spec- the First Baptist Church of Henderson County Junior Col- ial guests of the club. at the seven thirty lege Her groom to be is a Following the dinner hour, hour. The pastor, graduate of HCJC and is a Christmas carols were sung J. N. Forman will reasoner working out of Dal- and gaIfies were played, after ...... which, gifts were exchanged. Miss Linda Brown and featured long sleeves and she Ou of town guests attend- m,mJ tI/A,,, 4   w::pY:cd fonthheblhwnSiogof Donald Strange were united in carried a corsage of wldte car-,ing the wedding were Mr. andman; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ray me rites. s. ll@ Mr and Mrs Hosa Dolphus on marriage on Wednesday, Dec. nations. Mrs. Wayne trange of Kauf-   1  Higlway 31 for the family 27,houratinthetheseVenhomethirtYof ttmeveningbride's hatA't theliowedreceptiontheinceremony,the home of Tyler; Mrs. C. L. Strange, I Mr ....... mbered as the former Miss having the prettiest decorat- t: :r. aria Mrs. Tommy Lc ..... ions. he refreshmert table was laid Bob Strange and Mrs. Grady 1-i  are now the proud var- :mney t'atten, aaughter oz  noo To. ........ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robbie -- Pat en of .................. L,, Brown at 420 North Martin with a white cloth and held Lewis, all of Athens; Mrs. :  of four lovely daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Cred t 11 ,.h,h ,o,,o,.  ...t.. Claudine Chenoweth and Miss - -- 1 ........................ Street in Mahkoff. The bride- crystal and silver appoint-  yotmgost of which was Malakoff and the paterna eve- effo ...... groom's parents are Mr. aM ments. Sandy and Sherrie Brown, all - -- eats are Mr and ry r to auena eacn I :..'n on Saturday, December grunapar ' " . meeting  Mrs. C. L. Strange of 520 Mrs. Betty Ray of Tyler and of Corsicana and Mr. and Mrs. 1,  Arlington Memorial Mrs. E. T. Green of Mabamc. " Colonial in Athens. Mrs. Claudine Chenoweth of Donnie Sanders and Kevin of .Imlpital In Arlington, the fan- Athens. iiiome ' Rev. Eddie Ricks, pastor of Corsicana served punch and the Malakoff Parkview Mis- wedges of cake ct from the Ane new arrival was nan.  _ f=-   - sionary Baptist Church offic- two tiered wedding confection. Mrs. P heba Snowden of tIlhI'a KelIie and she   J   iad the ceremony at which The bride attended Malakoff Tool and Mrs. Iva Mullins at- seven pounds and 18 Miss Donna Racker and Miss High School and her bride- tended the all night singing at her 3 a.m. birth. Paricia Whitman served as groom recently received his held in Athens on New Year's .... ennOro r adoring 11m /lakoff Chapr 1012 dish mppr at 6:30. bridemalds ami Donnie Sand- discharge from the infantry Eve. Mrs. Muilins said they IMmUu from her tm'ee older of EaN'n Star will honor the All mamlrs are urged to be era presided as best man. and is now employed with the not only enjoyed the wonder- , .Diane, aged 18, Sure ..... i pmt. /rgurita Whla, For her wedding, the bride Noble Drilling Company of ful singing but also the dellc-.  holly, 8. rmllons on TUttxlay even ng, worthy mat.'n and Mlnnll iOUS food served around 10:30 8mdra's mother will he re- January 13, wXh a covered AnOn, uctre'n "'--'" chose a white bonded crepe Tyler. The couple is now at amlr street length dress which home in Aens. p.m. i JL i THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, January 9, 1970 Page Three Miss Annette Chambers was awe-ed over the beautiful honored on Wednesday, Dec. 17, with a party on the occas- Ion of her tenth birthday. The circus theme was used in ell the decorations and was complete with a weight guess- er, a game of guessing how many toothpicks were in a ball and a spin the bottle con. test. The 20 guests present ooh-ed birthday cake which was de- corated with animals going around on a carrousel. Among the guests were the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Chambers, her aunt, Mrs. Ross Chambers and Mrs. Elmer Hall, all of Eustace. Annette is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambers of Malakoff. Bras $2.50 $1.99 Girdles REG 7. q5 $6.94 i to 1969 Estimated Tax 0 k 11 " 1 (It'll make your winters warmed) u l000000m00lmmm00SSES , TP&LOff!ce(mytown) ; e 1/2 OFF 00uention. TP&L Heating Specialist I I W a IIltln9  that'll make local Certlfll Electric Heating I 'r DaalerwllllnStal!thasystom. lalso I .... =': .... ---" " Lucky You-Tax Refund Due[ " =inct ..aTP&L H .eating . I'm tired of cold floors and drafts, I I .--T?; _n m .ellff/ h eagng!l me about converting to the ?#' f I -, ...... my mt nom anoa comfort o, electnc home heating. I Working on your Federal income it more.., and make it grow mean- :me -- tax while at a guaranteed rate of 4.25o/0 I dr_ i I Then look ahead to Line 25. It gives when held to matur,ty. There is moth- you a choice welcomed annually by ing surer or surer--and even ,t your [ City_ I phone.. " I millions of taxpayers Bonds are lost or stolen they'll be - " re laced for you Immiiiiillli/ll I Line 25 of Form i040 (or line 11 on P (([ [(j the 1040A asks you to check x r fund m Uncle ) Leave your ta e ' I00lll.lll 1 1 whether ou want a cash refund, or r wth hs rom Y Sums pocket this yea, " " p , ----------.---, -- TEXAS POWER & LIGHTODMPANY ue U.S. Savings Bonds to make the ise to pay you a little over four dol- ..: same cash last longer and go farther r r later on It takes A tax-paying, tnv(mtor-owmKI electric ulilliV .  n9 Dulet ) ,nltalllyourlyltem. lars {o every thee . ". It s the easiest thrift decision you'll money to build a better America. ever make. That's why so many of us file Form HWY, 3] MALAKOFFI TEXA* .. It's the way to hang onto your re- 1040 .... and take refunds  Savings . ....