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/meRe White and Charles beth of p.m., 28 in the Providence of Tool. The Rev. Irvan the double ring the daughter of Mr. and White of Tool and the and Mrs. Jess W. and Mr. and Mrs. Byron the groom are Mr. and Hart of Tool. His grand- Chapman and of Dallas. Selections were presented Patricia King, Mrs. King ac- Jackson of Malakoff and "The Debi Reese of Ever- "Ice Castles" and as he sang "The to the altar by her father, by her length gown designed and mother. The gown bodice lace and covered in seed of the gown was ac- hand-sewn the bride's grand- ruffle made of and the chapel the gown was a hat, bride's mother. The in lace matching the accented with tiny seed e veil, attached to the back pearls. a silk bouquet of white roses and accented with small the bride as maid of honor Ronda z of the groom of as matron of honor. of cotton weave and burgundy Carried silk nosegays of roses, carnations traCCented with baby's in, ned with burgundy bride as bridesmaids of Tool, Patti Rhonda Monk of White, cousin of the girls were Dana White of bride and Candi ,'niece of the groom. in gowns of pink with ruffles of white baskets of pink and groom as best man was Malakoff. Serving as Rusty Chapman of Chapman of Tool, of the groom, Ray David Dickenson of Robie White of Tool, were Jamey Carney, of Lively and at the church was Lively, sister of the Todd Shelton of of the bride; Curtis cousin of the McGarvey of of Dallas. and Curtis Ivey were ceremony, a reception Tool Civic Center. The colors of pink and used on the serving guests at the reception cousin of the honseparty included Ernest and nd Bret light Cowboy MRS. CHAS. G. CHAPMAN Tammy Carter, sister of the bride, Tam Shelton and Melody White, beth cousins of the bride, and Lori Rogers, all of Malakoff; Cathy Estes, cousin of the bride and LeeAnn Gilliam, beth of Athens; Elizabeth Everitt of Mur- chison; and Linda Scrimshire of Tool. After a wedding trip to Galveston, the couple will make their home in Tool. The bride is a graduate of Malakoff High School and attended Henderson County Junior College. She is currently employed as a reporter for the Cedar Creek Pilot. The groom is a graduate of Malakoff High School and attended Tarleton State University. He is presently em- ployed by Texas Power & Light. Out of town guests were registered from Orange, Malakoff, Piano, Garland, Everman, Dallas, Lubbock, Stephenvillel Athe s,.Kerni;, Mo, bank, Corsicana, , KmJfman, Chagield, Richardson, Wylie, Tyler, Seagoville, Mesquite, Trinidad, Kerens, Gun Barrel City, Waxahachie, Oak Cliff, Eustace, Cross Roads, Paris, Ft. Worth, Irving, Murchison, De Soto and Hawaii. : Looking for something special? I Try Malakoff News Classifieds They have something for everybody For a better school district vote for APRIL 4 MISD Trustee Pd, Pol. Announcement by Jan Sneed, The Last Living Legend In Country Music Tony Douglas pays a tribute to Ernest Tubb Saturday night, April 11 at 8:00 p. m. in the Men's Gym at Henderson County Junior College. / Ernest purchased at both Dairy Queens, Athens, or Hwy. 175, Dallas Hwy., Flame Office Center 92 Adults $4, Children $3 a $5 and $4 at the Door. Tom Parker, D.D.S. Dentistry performed by licenMd, experienced dentist who is concerned about you and your dental health. We want you to be completely plealNKI with both the treatment end the rmul~. Services Del~le custom d*ntutl--- Imp~mM Only $22S catch ChddrmV0 denttaLry C811~ 4rid croMtl~- Onhodemt~ (~mc~--- from $I00 to $270 out J~ce to ettltllht4m your Root c~aJ=-- t4~th my vory from 1200 from $ltX~ to II'O to 11500 d~pe.dinI ~m thv Im~M dJhcutty of the .iN,, Periodontal (IP~mt We offer the eemetic type prtvrnlive care & ~ut|ety of brec~ for both chdd~n Ccemelic dentillry and edulta, Quality dentistry at affordable prleee. Consult us for m |eeond opinion On your dental treatmenL We tbimk you will be glad yml did. Our aim to to provide toebnlwai, hishly competent treatment In a way tbnt ae gentle, comfortable, sod rolnnlmI for you aS possible. Make Jn appointment foe a free visual exam mad e;tlmete. : ':' L S ~ ~e D ~olntll Office (214) 432-2701 Garland Office (214) 271-1581 Quinlan Office (214) 356-3572 m i , Members of the Cedar Creek Lake Riding Club will sponsor a barbecue supper on Saturday, April 11, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The event will he a fund raiser to make repairs to the building. Olin Dukes, president, said that all kinds of barbecue with all the trim- mings will be offered and tickets will be $2 per person. He also said that funds were needed as someone had shot out all of the lights at the arena and tore the door com- pletely off the concession stand. He also said that drawings will be The Malak0ff News, Thursday, April 2, 1981--7A ,I I Riding Club to host barbecue meal J held with free tickets for the supper to Roy D. (Edith) Thomas, Tony or Anita be given away at the event. Cook in Athens, or Olin or Ruby Dukes Tickets may he purchased from Mrs. in Malakoff. 226 N. Terry Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto . Commercial Now reprmntin| American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 \ \ 7 / O0 We're close...we're convenient...and we offer the services of large city banks. But most im- portant, we give you the personal, friendly attention that only small banks can offer. Are you interested in a bank club program? We offer the Cedar Creek Bank Club which in- cludes no service charge checking, acciden- tal death insurance, no charge money orders, and more. Do you need a loan? No need to go further than your close neighbor at Cedar Creek Bank. Need a checking account that earns Interest? Use your Now Account as you would a standard checking account. Maintain a minimum monthly balance and earn interest on that balance. The Now Account will pay you interest according to the amount you keep in your checking account. Just phone or come by Cedar Creek Bank for more details. P.O. Box 43412/Seven Pointst Texas 75143/(214)432-3611/Memlx'r FDIC inme in Ja nnounces it Hwy. 31 W. Malakoff Across from Sonntag Ford Phone 489-1 000 Bill Vinson-Owner If you've been waiting for the right moment to purchase one of the products below, you'll, never save more than right now! We deliver & set up' in your home Free of Charge- Bill Vinson Colortrak Sportable TV Video Cassette Recorders RCA 25' liagonal XL-100 color TV with SignaLock electronic tuning Litton Accessories Microwave Carts A Space-Saving Microwave Oven Was RCA $709'5 XL-IO0 IN lltx unde, LITTON Mo~,,~, Value Means More For Your Money ColorTrak Infrared Remote Control Turn set on and off. Adjust or mute volume. Select any VHF or UHF channel, either directly or by scanning up or down. All from the comfort of your chair. RCA 25' iaoonal ColorTrak TV . with Remote Control Was $939's "[he Ashton Model GER760R 25" diagonal O Color Consoles B & W Portable TV Stereo O,OO.,'OR 19" COMPACT TABLE TV DIAGONAL The HARROW * M1924W Simulated grained American Walnut with Black and Silver color trim EVG-Electronic Video Guard Tuning. New Chromatic One-Button Color Control ~ COMPUTER SPACE COMMAND~ 2500 REMOTE CONTROL Was $959'5 e Up/Down scanning of programmed channels, on-screen channel number and time display, direct access keyboard channel selection, buttons for making sound softer or louder through a continuous range, on/off and mute Come in and shop early while the selection is good. The BEXLEY ' SM2I~IE ]rans~bonal styling Casters Wood lind slrmilated wood ploduCtS in Antique Oak finish