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April 3, 1975

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Mrs. Billy Clay Tompkins Tina Maria Miller, Clay Tompkins Wed Maria Miller and Tomi)kins were r.arriage Saturday, In the t:irst Baptist Eustace. Don Tdford at the ceremony hy naemhers of the te family. Mrs. accompanied the ,lano as she )f Never". Je are Mr. . Jack Buttermore of Athens. q'he bride- are Mr. and Itardin and his are Mr. and Musick, all of Heights. met half-way aisle by the bride- and he escorted her to She wore a gown of organza. The l)odice featured a Alencon lace yoke neckline and collar. Pearls snow- he lace helt that the empire line. sleeves were at the wrist to a deep flounce. The was framed at a deep lace ruffle tinued to the alength embellish attached chapel- Deadline Entries In Stock for the 1975 Hen- County Livestock due in the County Office not later P.m., Friday, April application forms be secured from the Ofice. in this years scheduled for April lude open and junior open and junior open and junior Swine, junior steer t hog and open cattle. 12th century, it was that eating a lion's make the foolish RENTAL Proms Weddings Spring Fashions e SHOP ';2;;;;.;.9;.;;.;.;;.;zk;.;?::;:.:;:.:.:.::::.::.:.:.:::::'.:;:..:;::;:.y.::;::::;::;:;:;::;::.8.:::;:.:::..:..;::.::;;:..:`.::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:v2;:;;::;:;:;:;::;:;..:;;.;:;:.j! f il Malakof News Lokie Ideus and her dau- ghter Lisa of Bay City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dean Carden and daughter Debbie of Houston visited Mrs. Velma Nokes in Malakoff over the Easter weekend. Lokie [deus and Mrs. Ray Dean are Mrs. Nokes' daughters. Mike and Janie Kirby of Snyder visited his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carney Kirby in Malakoff over the holiday. Mrs. (]race ttenderson, who has been in Houston visiting her daughter, Martha Grace Ferrell, for the past six months has returned home to Malakoff. Carolyn Vieregee is home for the holiday from Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vieregee. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter made a grand tour over the Easter weekend, visiting their son Gary and his wife and two children in Mount Vernon; their other son Fred and wife and children in Duncanville, and Mr. Carter's mother, Mrs. Ahna Carter of Midlothian. Jerry ttinkle and Sheree visited with his parents in Cleburne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulk had their granddaughter Theresa Faulk and Mrs. Faulk's sister, Mrs. Marie Murphy. both of Port Arthur as guests this weekend. The Nat Ryans had their children and families here for the holiday. ,lean and Clay Bartholomew. students at Baylor visited as did Larry length train. A train-length veil of bridal illusion was caught to a Camelot cap of lace and pearls that complim- ented the lace on the wedding gown. She carried a cascade arrangement of white carna- tions, baby's breath, pearls and lemon leaves. Her accessories included a necklace with a pearl sur- rounded hy six diamonds. which had belonged to the bridegroom's mother; a white lace handerkerchief that be- longed to the groom's grand- mother, and an old penny given her by the bridegroom's grandfather. Mrs. Charlotte Page at-' tended the bride as matron of honor. She wore a gown of red and white checked cotton polyester. She carried a single long-stemmed red carnation with red streamers. Phillip Fields served as best man and Gil Musick was usher-groomsman. The couple is currently attending Henderson County Junior College where the bridegroom is a pre-veterin- arian major. They are both graduates of Athens High School, where Mrs. Tompkins graduated with honors. The couple are at home at the Spanish Trace Apts. after a wedding trip to parts of Texas and Oklahoma. Ryan who is in the insurance business in Dallas. Mrs. William Allen is recovering after having a skin cancer removed from her face recently. She's doing well. The First United Methodist Church bulletin last week listed the following ill in hospitals: Jack Riddles- I)erger, Minnie Swinney, J.T. Stephenson, H.L. Rogers and Joe Singletery. Listed at home, Elbert Williams, Esther Mae Litchfield, (}er- trude ttarris and Flonnie Rainwater. Acteen Rally Rev. (]ayle tlogg will be the guest speaker at the Acteen l{ally sponsored hy the tten- derson County WMU- Association. The llally will Ire held at the BSU, across from the campus at ltCJC on April 12. llev. llogg and his wife, Sylvia, have been Southern Baptist missionaries to Trini- dad. West Indies. Since 1970. he has been pastor of the San Fernando Baptist Church, director ()f a Baptist theologi- cal institute and liaison between the missionaries and P, ational Baptists. They are natives of ()range. Texas. The Rally will begin at 10 a.m. and will conclude with a luncheon at noon. All area Acteens and leaders are invited. For more information, contact Mrs. l/ay f. Kent. Acteens I)irec- tar at 778-2898, or Box 186, Trinidad, Texas. Triple F Trip Thirty-eight people traveled with Malakoff's Triple F {Faith, Fellowship, and Fun) Club to the Tyler Azalea Trail Monday. Transportation was fur- nished from the Senior Citizen's program of tlender- son County Junior College under the direction of Dr. Orval Pirtle. The bus driver was David Hutehins. Those making the trip were: Joe and Oleva Bybee, Lorna Newman, Leslie Franklin. Arzilla Hughes, Lockie Hughes, Minnie ()wens, lone McLain, Mamie l,ou Scott, Beulah Wilson, Sadie Carson, Chet and Neva Myers, John and Gene Kelh)ugh. ,lay and Katrenia Smith, George and Eleanor ()berlin. David and Sue ltutchins, l,ouise Dillard, l,eona Warren, ttarold and Myrtle Campbell, Frances Campbell, Mary Stelzig, U.E. and Seville Travis, Jim and Marion Williams, Ruby Car- i::,', penter, Thehna Burks, Carva i:,:, tliedler, Alita [lines, Elsie i l'.!:ii llines, Allie Howard and I,illie Lewis. This group enjoyed a day of fellowship and sight-seeing. For the noon meal they '. enjoyed the delicious food served at I,uby's Cafeteria. i:: On the return trip the group Is Your Present Savings Account Earning 73,4%? If Not You Should See One Of The Friendly People At First Savings & Loan Association annual Annual 73% 6-RateOnyear Effec!iVey d ..... .. Certificate- 8.06% . All Accounts Compounded Daily , Certificate Rates Carry A Substantial Penalty For Early Withdrawal Passbook Deposits In By The lOth Earn From The 1st {i.!):l', Yield Sl,0I)(I Minimum l;,71', Yidd Sl,llllt) Minimum 5.91' Yicld l,000 Minimum 5.39', Yidd 5.00 Minimum _J E75' Annual Rate '2  _, Year Certit]cate 1-2 Year ESII', Annual Rate Certificate 5.75 (, Annual Rate $12 Month Certificate 5.25', Annual Rate Passbook Saving & Loan ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS 500 S. Palestine ,Oult ,ousIG Athens. Texas LENDER toured part of the Athens Dogwood Trail. The next meeting of the Triple F Club is their regula covered-dish supper, Monday, May 5, 6:30 p.m., at the Fellowship ltall of the First United Methodist Church, Malakoff. My Neighbors NOW OPEN South Broadway at the Loop, Tyler Open Monday through Saturday, 10:00 AM until 9:00 PM / April 3, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 5 Insurance-Tips from Jerry Garrison It's O.K. 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