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THE MALAKOFF NEWS alakoff, TexasFriday, Feb. 16, 1968 Page Three /P ' / / ! 12 PI, :~ 2 (now SO ~ , issued. ~ )u need ~ ~ :.ervices,~ a ~ n~ Offi'.~ V" S lmber i{ ~ ,2? ~ ~ office. ~,' 13/ ",~ 'atlon a~ ;$ : ~ .=:j : ~ edicare ~ 'v:.--,~"~ :/~<'-~] ~G am th~-i Mrs. Grady E- (Butch)Lewns ~ ~ ~ ~i'.~ !";+ ; hoppers i ~ ~,~ :~ +~" xnes of ~' ~ !~ Iii,0 ~:~o ross Racker Lew~s . n r$ Vo 1 "' ~ f . Ah'a Jo Chambers Tammy Crouch ~ervlce:~ IStr~e~e M :~:,t[~~rnci:grt ch d T y C h W' k ;~i;;;~i:yU:;::~:oo :~ ,o:~::: Misses Alva ambers An amm rouc n First Places At Rus until ,[ akoff, announce the mar- koff with the pastor, the Rev. ca-d ,n a d et enserrble Mr a t Mrs Alton Chambers ~r, Jumor Hz h band and ~e 62 ~age of their daughter Adena Jim Steenbergen, officiating. Miss Alva Jo C3ambers and Alva Jo placed first and won ~-~ ; ' - ~" " ",g ' 'g ver w0o~a ~ail to S t Grad~ E '(Butch) Sgt Lewis is now stationed ~yMiss Tamm" Crouch, two tal- a medal in a militar5, twirl Alva Jo is fifteen years old of el9 North Oak Street in plays the drums and basoon in :. Ca~eWis, sonofMr'and Mrs. G atEortSill, Oklahomaandhis e~ted .~t~de~tsintheMalakof' routine and al~ placed second and a so,homore in high Malakoff. the high ~hoot band. She is al secq-Lewis of Cross Roads. wife expects to join him there school, placed in a number of in a dance twirl solo. school. She is head maiorette Tammv ~s thrteen years of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ount ~T~ within the next two weeks, entrant~ at the Rusk Twirling Tammv olaced first and won in the High School band and ace ard an eighth grade stu- Melvin Crouch of 707 Mitcham K~ne Wedding- was an event of Mrs. Lewis is a 1966 grad- Contest heht in Rusk on Satur- a medal in a twirl solo and olays a saxaphone in concert dent in .junior high. Tammy Street in Malakoff. enefitq"ursdaY'o~ pardi February 8 at 8 uate of Malakoff High School. day, February 3rd. she and Alva Jo were rated band. She m' the daughter of ~s" head maiorette in the march- lying :j~ e :;:;';';"-'. .- ~ ~ ~.~ ~.u~ ~.~ ~-~ ~.-~.~.~.~ ~.~-.- ~.~ ~.~ ~ ~.~.;.~.;~;.~.~.~;.~.;.;.~.;~;.;.~.~.;~.~.~ ~.~ ~:~ ~.~ ~.~.~.~: ~ ~ ~.~.~ ~ ;~;.;.~;~;.;% ;.; ;~;.~;~.~.;~.~;.~.~;.~;~.~.~:;~;:~$:~v~:~:.~:~:~::~:.~:~:.~.~:~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.:~ ret:r ~" - :.: :.:.: : :.:.:.:.: :.:.:.:.:,:.:.: :.:.: :i:.~ :.:. ,- : i.-. :.: - : ~ < ~ ~ - ~ ~ - ~- v - -- l - Pink And Blue Shower TE HonorsMrs. Wright it pro~ :ecurity ! d to ha~ f you !i:/! i,: An afternoon "pink and overlaid with a white lac~ blue" shower, honoring Mrs. cloth, and centered with a hug~ Doug Wright, was held in thecake baked in the shape of home of Mrs, Melvin Crouch baasinett. The edges of th~ at 707 East Miteham Street in confection were fluted to Ioo~ Malakoff on Thursday, Feb- exactly like dainty lace. O/~ ruary 8. A host of friendseither side of the cake were:. called duringthe hours of 3 twin milk glass candle holder~: to 5. with mint green tapers. Lime: Lovely arrangements of mint sherbert punch was servecF. green and yellow flowers were from a matching: milk glassY found through the home, carry- punch bowl. Each guest re'.-. ing out the chosen colors of the eeived a cake square topped' honoree, with tiny bootees. Assisting in- Mrs. Ray Weaks registered the serving were Mrs. Earl~ guests at a table covered in a David Locke and Mrs. Kenneth" yellow satin cloth which was Cole. ." overlaid with white lace. Hostesses for the courtesY: The gifts were displayed in were Mines. G. V. Walker, Ray: the master bedroom on tables Weaks, Eugene Carter, Bill: laid with orange and brown Miller, Buddy Hoover, Ben: net. Adding atmosphere was Woolverton, Carol Johnson,: a miniature stork. There Mrs. Jim Steenbergen, Calenn Har~: Wright received her guests key, Tony Price, Earl David: while she also opened and dis- Locke, Kenneth Cole, Joh~ played each gift. She was as- Bumgardner, Don Chambers, i slated in her happy dutie~ by Lester Hoskins, Edwin Arthua,: her mother-in-law, Mrs. Nolan Bill Green, "Big" Allen, Finis~ Wright, her mother, Mrs. JackHardy, Freddie Carter and: Hearn, and her grandmother, Mrs. Crouch. :" Mrs. Willie Mae Haynes Out of town guests were:: The refreshment area was Mrs. Willie MaeHaynes, Dal~: described as nothing less than las; Mrs. Jo Counts, Tmmdad.: beautiful. The table was coy- and Mrs. Nolan Wright, Ath-:: ered with yellow silk satin ens. Mr. And Mrs. Vitek ::, With Shower , Carl A~dera~ Anderson, a popular singing talent there, too, Carl Student at Malakoff slnfr$ in the church's junior is the son of Mr. "choir. wa. Carl Anderson, Sr. sports participant, lettered in football, baseball and track. is another important Carl's life. He is an ~ember of the First and is the of bhe Youth l~.ove- esides bein~ on' Board. Using ".his Schola~ic achievement is another of Carl's assets. Main- taining a yearly 85 average, be ia a current member of the local Beta Club. Next year Carl plans to at- tend Henderson County Junior College. Afterwards he is look- ing forward to entering the University of Houston to study elementary education. Judy Baker Tommy Barnett Judy Elaine Baker is the of the senior class, and has at- daughter of Mrs. Mac Baker. tended the Malakoff school all Actively participating in many her school life. school clubs, Judy is a member of the Beta Club, Spanish Club, Library Club, and the Future Homemakers of America. Last year she served the F. H. A. members aa their president. The son of Mr. and Mrs. B. on the baaketba, and track R. Barnett, Tommy Barnett has teams. His interests encore- taken part in many of the ac- pa~ a wide scope. Besides the tivities offered at Malakoff other activities, Tommy was High School. He is now a in the east of the junior play Judy regularly attends the member of the annual staff, last year. This year he was Malakoff Mi~siona.ry Bantistthe Spanish Club, and the Fu- voted the most spirited boy in Church where she is assistant ture Farmers of America. The the senior cla.~. pianist There she is an out- F.F.A. has sent him as a del. standing member of the cong- regation. Judy plans to attend Tyler By her classmates Judy i$ Commercial College after grad- considered "topnotch." She was uation. There abe will major voted the most congenial girl in secretarial science. egate to the state convention and di~rict contests. Tommy has also been a member of the rodeo team, the chapter con- ducting team, and the Houston After graduation from the local high school Tommy plans to attend Henderson County Junior College. Then his ambi- livestock judging team tion is to become an "Aggie" In srports, Tommy has been at Texas A&M. Linda Ruth and Philip Charles Vitek were honored Saturday, February 10, with a wedding shower held in Fellowship Hall of the Trinidad Methodist Church. Hostesses for the courtesy were ~'mes. W. F. Story, Dick Sharp, Bobby Rounsavall, Hol- lis Hines, ltayes Hoskins, John French, J. C. Peebles and C. D. Wheatley. The refreshment table was covered with a white cloth and centered with a lovely arrange- ment of red carnations, white gladioli and white stock. Hostesses alternated in serv- ing red punch, white cake squares topped with a red he-art and min*s from a beauti- ful crystal se~wice. A single red carnat:on in a bud vase decorated the table holding the bride's reg!stra- tion book. The pretty ar.d useful gif~ were d!s~laved on a h:,~'e "U~ shaped table formed from ~ number of tables all laid i~ white. ~: Out of town guest relzister~-: ins during the calling hours ot~ seven to nine in the evening w~re Mr. and Mrs. Cbarled Vitek, rarents of the br!ded ~'room; Mr. and Mrs. Georl~d Vitek, all n Fnrt W,~rth" Mrs: Carney Kirhx and Mrs, Evelvr Tanner, b,~th of Mal~koff av~ Mrs. Bob Johrson of Ca~ton : Linda Ruth, the daughter ~f Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yates of Trinidad. is a senior student at Texas University in A,sth~ and Ph;lli~) is a graduate of A&M University and a second yenr law student at Texas. The couple, married Jan 6, is now at home in Austin .: