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]] The_ M_a!ak0ff_Ne_w_s ,_Thu~day t May .7 ,!98 I~A Polly Walker------ 489-1484 qulnn Owens, who have Holiday Cleaners in moved to this vicinity from were in Malakoff on Past week. Prahler have in Chicago, Ill: the summer in Cross Deanne Wortham in Fort Worth af- a month here. Timmy Davis of Jasper spent Friday with his aunt, Mrs. Jewel Thompson in Athens enroute to Dallas to visit with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis. They came back on Sunday to visit with Mrs. Calhoun Robertson at Val Vista. Rev. and Mrs. Bernie Cope of Ada, Okla. and Mrs. John Wesley Hardt of Oklahoma City, Okla., arrived in Malakoff to visit with Mrs. Dwight Car- son, their mother, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carson, and Miss Sadie Carson a ,r vows sale 'POLLY WALKER of Arlington and of Monahans were the First Baptist at 7 p.m. on April Wade performed This was an unusual the preacher, best i and Person who gave away Were all first named So don't think that we are if all you can read is by pianist, of Fort Worth; the by Julie Ann Foster of man was Charles Ronald the groom, of Portland. given in marriage by and his .brother of matron of honor, Mrs. of Arlington was lovely length mint green by grandsons, Scan and Jon Foster of girls were Stephanie Amy Foster of bearers were Jason and Chris Foster of of the bride and Ushered down the isles by of Dallas, Jimmie and Steve decorated of gladiolus and on either side of the candlabrum. beautiful full length sheared with an off crystal and silver. The center table was decorated with a crystal flower arrangement of pink and orchid flowers with silver candlabras holding five tall pink candies or either sides. Silver trays were laid with tidbits of egg roll, smoked oysters, heart shaped san- dwiches, olives, ham and cheese rolled sandwiches, strawberries and cherries dipped in chocolate, nuts, fruits, dips, radishes made in rosettes, pickled okra to name some of the things offered for refreshments. At the back of the I was the groom's cake made by Mrs. Winnie Snider. It was a spice cake with carrot icing and was very delectible, if the way the guests were clamoring for it was an indication of her culinary arts. Every bit was eaten up. Coffee and pink punch were served at either end of the table from silver. The bride's cake was at the front of the dining room with the three-tiered cake in the center of the table with silver coffee service and silver punch bowl at either end of this table also. Over 800 attended the wedding and well over 300 attended the reception. Gifts for the happy couple were displayed in the living room of the Eastern Star Home. Charles Foster is regional manager of the West Texas area of Lone Star Gas Company located in Monahans. Potsy is the Superintendent of the Eastern Star Home in Arlington. The couple both attended Malakoff High School. They planned a honeymoon to New Orleans, La. They will make their home later in Sum- merall Addition. A rehersal dinner of barbecue, potato She sang the "Lord'ssalad, cole slaw, baked beans, relishes, another well chosen ren- chess pie and pound cake were served The bride wore a to the families and house party in Pot- silk rose petal pinksy's suite in the Eastern Star Home soft tie at the neck. She previous to the wedding at 4:30. Those of orchids and pink attending this were: Mrs. Charlie Van- of the bride were dagriff of Grandbury, Mr. and Mrs. shoulder corsages ofJimmie McIntosh of Arlington; Mr. and The menallworedark Mrs. Steve Foster and children of is the daughter of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ronald Sam Powell of Athens, Foster of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. J.A. the daughter of Mr. McLain, Kathryn Welch, Mrs. Norene of Athens. Morrison, and Mr. and Mrs. G.V. consisted of Mrs. Walker of Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Don of Granbury; Mrs. Andrews and Stacy of Athens, Wayne !Irving; Judy Mcln- Sawyer and Richard of Dallas, and Rascoe, Win- Susie Walker of Austin. and Leota Tinker of Andrews of Athens; of Austin; Katheryn Walker of Malakoff; of Euless. All of the Star Home acted the reception which dining room of the with a white a floor length drape on The appointments were and mother-in-law, Mrs. W.W. Hardt as well as other relatives and friends. Mrs. Mary Caesel of Dallas recently returned from a Carribean cruise and spent last Monday and Monday night with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Broyles of Star Harbor. Nuel Allen and son, James, of Kaiser Slautern, Germany visited on Saturday with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hoskins and with their daughter, Mrs. Vicki Patton and Rachel of Dallas, who was also visiting them. We heard of two people that we knew who placed in the art show at the Woman's Building last week. Mrs. Mat- tie Broyles got second place for her por, trait on "Youth" and honorable men- tion on a still life "From the Vineyard" Janet Thompson got honorable mention on a still life. We forgot to ask the name of it. Mrs. Vicki Smith and son Chris, and daughter, Anitra, of Edom spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Knox. Elton and Pat Boyd of Andrews are in this vicinity on vacation, building them a cabin on Athens Fish and Game Lake. They are also renewing acquaintances with friends and relatives around. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prultt and children, Carroll and Tracy, of Bullard visited with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shumate of Willow Springs and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate. They also visited with his un- cle, Rev. and Mrs. J.R. Pruitt of Malakoff and with his mother, Mrs. Jewell Pruitt in Athens, last Sunday. Chester Owen Shumate was in a tor- nado near Wichita Falls and has been at home all week recuperating. He and Sammye Ward of Corsicana were driving a Tom's truck last week when a tornado struck their vehicle about 12% miles this side of Wichita Falls. Both men are doing fine now. Patrick Shumate of Palestine visited with his daddy, Chester Shumate and together they attended a barbecue at Navarro Mills Lake given by Toms Foods. Sue and Jess Hunt'of Pasadena were here over the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell. They all visited with Mrs. Cred Patton in Cedar Hill Nursing Home. Before we thought and wrote that Mrs. Patton was in Cedar Lake Nursing Home in Malakoff, but this home is in Cedar Hill, Texas. The Cedar Creek Porcelain Art Club honored Mrs. Melvin (Zvalena) Sim- mons of Midland. Mrs. Simmons is president of the State Federation of Porcelain Art Clubs of Texas. The group had a fish fry and covered dish supper on Saturday, April 25th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lakewood Addition on Cedar Creek Lake. Those attending were: Honoree, Evalena Simmons, ho#t and hostese, Mr, and Mrs. Rby Mcl~one;/ih~ me~- bers and guests, Troy imd Jimmle YRANSFER' ' ..... LITTLE *LITTLE & STORAGE wmtfu MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas Energy-efficient equipment uses less electricity. That means money saved on your electric bill. If you're planning to replace or Install a cen- tral air conditioner, heat Pump, so- lar-assisted or heat-recovery water heating unit or planning to buy an energy-efficient Ilome, call the TP&L Customer 5ervlce Representative before you buy.., he's the Electric Energy Expert. Since we don't sell or Install equipment, he can give you Impartial advice on what best suits the needs of your home and family and how much you can expect to save with energy-efficient equipment. el el el TEXAS POWER & IJ(;HT C()MPANY YOU INSTALL, I ai III "THE SEARCH FOR WILDCAT McGILLICUDDY" was presented by the third period speech class at Malakoff Junior lligh School Thursday and Friday at both the Junior high and elementary campuses. The cast, both seventh and eighth graders, is taught by Pare Hampy. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) , Sharber, Luke and Margaret Wlnboro, Pete and Buenella Dodson, B.C. and Kathryn Hays, Bill and Minerva Smith, Richard and Martha Thompson, Gladys Mackey, Hazel Lawrence, Sherrell Loman, Ruth Formby, Mary Easterllng, Loreta Gaillard, Oneta G. Barlow, Lena Rose Harvln, Jewell Hut- son, Christene Brlstow and Winnie Lou Bush. Jack Stacy of Mexia spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Phillips in Malakoff to celebrate his birthday. He also visited with his mother, Mrs. Thad Stacy in the Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Jason Huckabee of Mesquite retur- ned home after spending about ten days with his great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Scholl spent the weekend in Ft. Worth with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Scholl. Mr. and Mrs. Nonemaker of Turlan- ds, Calif. visited with Coriene Tanner recently. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tanner of San Antonio were also her guests last Wednesday and Thursday. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tan- two days. A miracle for a woman who ner, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tanner, Mr. has just celebrated her 90th birthday. and Mrs. Bill Green and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M.K. Miller and her mother, Red Tanner. Mrs. Elmer Roberts of Murchison were Mrs. Jesse Robertson fell on Satur- in Malakoff on Monday attending to day night at her home and broke her hip business and conversing with a few and shoulder. She was carried to the friends and relatives. Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. The ~ Mrs. Don Andrews and daughter, doctor said that she would be in the Stacy, of Athens, spent a short time hospital about two weeks, but that she Sunday in Malakoff visiting with her probably would be able to be up in about parents, the G.V. Walkers. Will be closed for two weeks, until May 21 due to an injury suffered by Mr. Anderson. Anderson expressed his appreciation to ('llStOlllers for their support and apologizes for tiw inconvenience. Hwy. 31 west. 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