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Page 6 - MALAKOFF NEWS - June 12, 1975 Patricia Blakeney, James Lewis Exchange Vows COMPLETE I00UTO P, EPAIR SERVICE Tanner Motor CO. Closed At Noon Saturday 110 EMitcham- 489-1292 &apos;":-,o''o- ENCO Subscribe To The News--S4.50 i i i i ;A.RL Directory -- July 1 Io Decernbe 31 1974 Save... America's Energy and Your Money! If All The Other Central Residential Air Conditioning Units In The Country Cooled As Efficiently As Carrier's Round One, Enough Electric Energy Would Be Saved This Year To Power The City Of Dallas Night And Day For The Next 9 months., t Model No, 38SE The Round One! Think about it for a moment. Heres an air conditioning system so efficient it could literally save the country significant energy and money. Of course that means fl can save you big money as soon as you put it on the job! Think about t some more Why not replace that present costly unit now? The longer you wait the more motley its costing you Call us --- your Carrier Dependable and well give you a free cooling survey to see how much the Round One can do for you No. 1 air conditioning maker "Especially for service" Comfort Air Conditioning Day or Night Henderson County, U.S.A. 432-3363 Miss Patricia Ann lilakney, daughter i)f Mr. and Mrs. Jim t'llakeney of Malakoff, became the bride of James l,ewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E,C. l,ewis of Browns- boro. in a dout)le ring wedding cerelllOlly l"ridav evening in the l"irst Baptist (Thurch of Malakoff with the lh,v. BHI l/eisor officiat ing. Registering the guests as they entered the church was Mrs. ,limnLv ltlakeney, sister- in-law of the bride. The registry tal)le was (trapped in white and accented with a single candle flower arrange- ment and centered with the bride's book. Prior to tl'ie ct!reniony, Mrs. Palsy "l'tmnq)son, orTanist, played such selections as ""l'helm, iriinl I.OVO SIoFy," "TImme from Romeo and .luliet." and "The Itawafian \\;Ve('tdm4 Song." l,ater she accompanied Mrs. Kim l:arn/pr v,}lo sand "There is I,o(," and "Wp'xe ()nly ,Iust I,eKun " The church aititr was cell- ieretl l) 3' a v, hiit> wrllugtlt iron aichway entwim,d witil I,]nlish l\\;y ai)d flanked on vither side with oht candh, lreos each ac('enlt,d b\\; sevell candh, tapers. A(tjacent to the can(lie tress were two silver pt,desiab; hohiin t]ower bas- kt,ts filled wiih t vari(,tv of white carnalions and gladi- ola<\< Itch]lid t iw arclway was ;ill (,lal)orate caridh, arch filled \\;ith 12 candh, lapels. Votive c;inttlc' and l'nlish Ivv a('c(,nt(,d liw aha) rail. and ialnily pews were lnarkrd with tliT, ..atin bows. t';,c()rte(t diiwn tilt, aisle by hl,r father lind i\\;un ill lltalTiat, })y hpl" p{li'ents, tilt, i)}tl(, won, a formal gown o[ can(tleliht F]nglish satin accented b5 Chanlilly lace and fl()ral atililiques embei- ll<h(,d hx pearl clusters. The Illoldt,d tqllplrt, lie(tier was eih,d it]l candlelbzht Cimn- ttlh lace m. cr F.nglish sat]i) ;]nit a(cpntcd wilb seed peart% [,Oll ]tWO slt'twes WOl't' tt'- cented at ttw cuff by seed pearl clusters and satin t)uttons. The princess A-line skirt was enhanced with appli- ques of Venice florals centered with pearl clusters. The bouffant sholder-length veil of candlelight imported Belgium lace was attached to a Juliet cap o\\;erlaid wittt re- emlu-i,idered Chantilly lace accented with seed pearl clusters. The bride carried a fliend's Bible topped witt{ an old English nosegay of white gyt)sophelia and carnations at'tented })y toucl)es of apricot aild baby's lireathe cascaded by wifite satin streamers. Miss <]anJce ,lacksoli of l]ouston servett as maid el honor. Matron of }lone)" was Xlls. Nancv Alexander of llroilsl)oro and Miss Kav l,ewis, sisi,.,r Of tilt' groom. ,;erred as junior I)ridesmaid 'l'le attendants wore long IO\\;VllS (if apricot silk organza over l)(,au de ";()it'. lQ.isbioned with molded liodices, the <](,t,veless gowns featured tqnl)irt, w;iisthnes acceilted by Iang(,rint, satin ribl)(>ns t'auKht to a }row in the tia('k. Thv hradl)icce, consisted of a tiaild ()t apricot flowers and lhe 3 had satin shoes dyed to coordiilatc ith the apricot dres<q,s, t.]ach carried a mina- turP llO<(,]a} 1)[ apricot car- lllHIOll< tIld gyp,ophelia cas- cath, d t)',' al)ricot satin s[ rt,allitq's. Miss ,hlhe t{iaki,nt.y, consin el the t)ride froill l)allas, was th)we) gu'h Sht> won, a fornml i(,n.tth dit,s< of apricot dotted ,WI'.4 tahlollt'd in an empire ilt'i'Ollt4'd })v lllI4q'w()ven itpri- co] rll)bon, lh,r ShMev Temi)h, curls w(,r4, entwined with ill)rio(it ril)l)on. She 4'liTI4'd ii })askt,t of fresh ,tu llllllt, l flowers. Marcus 1.4,wis, t)rotht,r of th(, ro(im from FairfMd, ,1"\\; 4"(1 as ht,'Sl II]{lll. (lrool]lS- lii4,n w(,r(, Jerry Ah,ander of lli-()wn sl)4)r() alld (il>Inn la,vis, i)ri)tier ol tl)(' gl(lonl tiOlU Murchis(m. I{ing bearer Mr. and Mrs, C. Tim Peters Mr., Mrs. C. Tim Peters To Mark 64th Wedding Anniversary 'll. and Mr>. ('. Tim Peters l,ufkm amt Mr. and Mrs. (if Malak(ifl will ct,ieb)-ate ,lnmnv Km, Crisii and Greg lhci! li-tlh vcdttin7 annlvel'- ofTexarkana: also lheir (taw was .,\\;dam l,ewis, nephew of the groom, who carried a heartshaped satin pillow topped t) 3 ' the traditional wedding bands. Miss I)ebhie llopson, cousin of the green] frorn Van, and Michael Blakeney, cousin of the bride from Dallas. were candieiighters. Ushers for the occasion were Billy ltudnall of Dallas, Mihon Porter of Brownsboro. and E.C, I,ewis. Jr., brother of iheKroom also from Browns- l)oro. Immediately following the ceren)ony, a recel)tion was held in the fellowship hall of the churc}). tturricane lan)ps tied with large white I)ows decorated the entrance to the felhlwship hall. White lattice panels and l)alm plants formed 1)ack- rotlnd decorations for the long )eeeption table. The bride's table was covered with a fh)or-h,ngth white bridal '-atin o\\;'erlaid with ruffh'd organza. A lnassi\\;'e arrange- ment of apricot gladiolas. white carnations, pore pens, and 1)fiby's t)reathe in a silver con)pete centered the table sich,d !) 3' five-branct) silver caluh,lal)ras. 'l'ht, nnihi-tiered wedding cak4, was elal)orately decor- ated with roses, lily of the valley and sugar bells. The traditional I)ride and Kroonl ()rnalllt,nl tollped tilt, cake. M)s. l)eKgy Pruett and Mrs. F4,rll Pop]lain ser\\;'ed the wedding cake. And Mrs. Twvla Ellis and Mrs. llol)bie ,terminus presided - at the sil\\;er punch service. The groom's table was co\\;ered with a white tailored ciol}l and was ct,ntered by an ar)'angelltent of tilt, brides- inaids' nosegays encircling a single wtlite candle. The double hcart-shatled chocolate cake was served by Mrs. Ann l,ewis, sister-m-law of the room. And Miss Donna Jackson served coffee from the brass coffee service. Guests for the reception were registered I).v Mrs. Caroh, t(elsay at a small table drapped in white bridal satin and ruffled organza accented with a )'ice bag tree with apricot and white rice bags. I,iitle Miss Paige Pruett of Dalhis distrilmted the rice bags t'o those assembled. :\\;s a goln<-away ensenlble, lhe b)id(, chose an apricot pant suit accented by a matcllin apricot floral blouse and neck scarf. Folh/wing a i lu(,e-dav honey]noon trip, the couple will lemporarily reside in Palatine. Mrs. I,ewis is a graduate of Mahlkoft t tigh School, l]en- th,rs('m ('ount\\; Junior College and Stephen F. Austin State l!n)\\;('!"411y. She is presently .)eachin lnlish and journal- i<qB ;It l)alestme ltigh Schooh llt,r hut)and was graduated froln t{rownsboro ltith Sch)ol and attended t h,nde)son County Junior Coll4't'. 114' is presently eml)h)yed hv (;eneral Electric nf Tyh,r. ENGAGED-Rev. and Mrs. Kelly Joe Carnes of Athens announee the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Flossie Diann to Bobby Dale Allen of Donald- sonville, La., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray Allen of Cayuga. The bride-elect was a spring graduate of Cayuga High School and attended Henderson County Junior College. He is now employed by Triad Chemical Co. in Donaldsonville, where the eouple will make their home. The wedding is June 21 at the Judson Baptist Church in Cayuga with the Rev. Van Houser officiating. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. ;00ZiA% Home say thai n'layflower.s )rPvPi)l freckles. DWIGHT A. ]20 S. Palestine, P.O. Closed Wed. Pho. 67 MYWAY Free Est hnale: Pi('k I) i) & Q 214-125-3967 l']uslaee LOOK BYARS Is now an AGENT " for the FARM BUREAU with a complete line of SAFEMARK TIRES for memhers. Firestone Tires availahle for non members. We offer complete Auto Service, complete Front-End Alignment & Shocks, Mufflers, Tune-ups, Wheel Balancing & Washing & Fasi Road Service Available. caith CMtPET forn ........... CALL 489-1534 X1 r. and Mrs. ,] ackie Stanfiehi a.rid ,]ana of Marshal}. They were nlarried in Kerens, Texas. June 17. 1911. A IIECREATIoNAL VEIIICLE OWNER Derives MORE LIABIL- ITY And PtIYSICAL I)AMAG PROTECTION From OLR POLICY And MORE PERSONALIZED SERVICE From Us! Ii',-" hl.l .| [,-'! ary ,lun4, 17. hter and family Mr. and .h,mil), th,,m ,,-ill I)t, their ,1,"<..h)t, Stanfiekt (if Mala- II Kt"an's-on's Drive tm Mr. and Mrs. Tim Peters koff. 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