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February 11, 1966

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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Four Friday. Feb. 11, 1966 Malakoff, Texas Miss Turk Becomes Bride of Gary Wayne Ridenhour Miss Rynda Kay Turk be- came the bride of Gary Wahine Ridenhour Saturday evening, ffanuary 15, at 7 o'clock in an impressive candlelight cere- mony at the home of her par- ents, 1303 South Palestine, in Athens. Church at Cayuga officiated for the double ring ceremony before a background arrange- ment of candelabra holding white tapers and centered with a massive arrangement of Saundra Murphy of Tyler, aunt of the bride. She wore an em- pire style dress with white lace bodice and a burgandy velve- teen skirt. It was fashioned with a scooped neck and long fitted sleeves. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Gordon Ridenhour stowed as his son's best man. Ring bear- ceremony a reception was held. The bride's table was laid with an imported embroilered white linen cloth and ~as centered with a white milk glass com- pote holding white dahlia mums and majestic daisies. F}anking tho al~angement were silver candleabras hold- Athens. The bride is a graduate of Athens High School and will be a spring graduate of HCJC. She is a member of the Car- dettes, the annual staff and the Kapa Alpha Pi Sorority. The bridegroom is a grad- uate of Malakoff High School and attended Alvin Junior Col- Jones, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in the Elm Grovel I Cemetery, near Mabank and Hassell and Foster FunerM Home of Athens was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Key died at 10:45 a. m. Friday in a Malakoff rest home after a lengthy illness. ! i one brother, J. F. Key of Eus- taee; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Phiscall of Austin and Mrs. Ezzie Goodrum of Madison- ville; eleven grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were the grand- sons Sammy Shelton. Royce Shelton, Ivan" Lee Key. Jack Key, Don Key, Billy Ivy, Glen by the Civil Mrs. Vinson is Miss Clara of Mr. and Mrs. man of Malakoff. Survivors are his iVinson, one daught~ Vinson. both of Bars The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Turk of Athens. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don W. Ridenhour of Cayuga, formerly of Malakoff. The Rev. Ben Hargrove, pas- tor of th~ Judson Baptist white stock in a white China vase supported by cherubs. Complementing the scene was a white prayer bench. Traditional wedding music was furnished by recording. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a winter white knit suit. Her short veil was attached to a white vel- vet bow. She carried a white Bible topped with white or- chids. Maid of honor was Miss er was William Turk, brother of the bride. Mrs. Turk was attired in a: ink white tapers. The three tiered wedding cake was top- ped with a miniature bride and groom. DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE.GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Rites For Dalton TY" ~ey He was a member of the First Held Saturday Baptist Church in Malakoff. Mr. Key is survived by his Funeral services for Dalton lwife, Mrs. Allie Key of Mala- T. Key ,8 of Malakoff, were koff; three sons, Donald Key held at 2 pl m. Saturdav at the and D. T. Key, both of Dallas, [ First Baptist Church in Mala- and N. W. (Brack) Key of koff with the Reverend D. D. ~At.hens; t~o daughters, Mrs. Simpson, pastor of the church W. M. Reid of Mabank and and the Reverend Thomas L. Mrs. I. V. Shelton of Malakoff; two-piece turquoise wool knit suit with bone accessories. Her corsage was a gold C~mlbidium orchid. The nmther of the bride- groom chose a navy silk suit with matching accessories and a pink Cymbidium orchid cor- sage. Reception Immediately following the Miss Paula Barkley presided at the silver coffee selwice. Mrs. Jimmy Blakeney and Mrs. T W. Murphy served at the re- freshment table Miss Joanie Turk, sister of the bride, reg- istered the guests . On return from a short wed- ding trip, the couple are living at 4061~.~ South Carroll Street 303 CANS "WITH VITAMIN C ADDED" brothers, Ed Vinson! lege and HCJC. He is present- ! He was a retired falmmr ~ White and Ronnie Key. I ly employed by General Elec- and, although born in Madison- land and Roy Vin~ tric Corporation in Tyler. 'ville had lived in Henderson ~bock; and three s~ Com'~ty practically all his life. I Bill Vinson Buried !Minnie Hinkle of In Malakoff Sun. i Lois Carson of Funeral sum-ices were held I Mrs. Menthie WallaCe CARNATION EVAPORATED TALL GANS HYDROX COOKIES Sunshine 1.LB. PKG. X 20-OZ. BOTS. DEL MONTE O"e 46-OZ. CANS DEL MONTE TOMATO 303 CANS JUICE OEL MONTE 303 CANS DEL MONTE CUT cO COCO CANS DEL MONTE FRUIT & 303 CANS DEL MONTE 12-02. VAC. PAK. 303 FAMILY STYLE OR CREAM STYLE DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN SHURFINE S LB, BAG MIRAOLE MARGARINE Kraft Corn Oil 1.L5, Ctn. II / BIG 46.0Z. 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Coach Sheffield girk~ were and we expect well and even better i ~+~ + + ? .+ + ++ And why not remember )'our sweeti February 14th? We have a gift sugg bar and gift wrapping service. + See our selection of cozy Jewelry is sure pajamas for )'our Valen- We also have line. ?::i ( ~,i.+, Shirts stripes, solids, traditional button-downs, many new styles. iii? Socks . . . to suit an)' man's likes, knee-length stretch, and others. Shop Bumgardner's for your today --- See these items and more. MENS WEAR & CLEANERS Terry St. Malakoff