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f The R. J, Johnson home in Carolyn and Mr. Patin were brides-to-be and their mother. Was the delightful setting dual bridal showers honor- Miss &mice Smith, bride- of Romie Brown and Miss Smith vho has since Mrs. Michael Wayne The lovely sisters are of Mr. and Mrs. Smith of that city. married Saturday evening, June 27th at the Christ the King Church on Preston Road in Dal- las while Janice and Ron,ie plan a July 14th wedding at the Smith home. Extending first greetings at the unique double courtesy w-e the hostess, Mrs. Johnson, the More than 60 guests called dur- ing the 2 to 4 afternoon tea. The refreshment table, ap- pointed with silver and crystal, was laid with crisp white linen and centered with a brilliant mixed array of fresh cut flow- ers flanked by silver candela- brum. Completely "Telephone" Your Home with extension phones! Other members of the house party were Mrs. Billy Arnold, Mrs. O. D. Smith, Mrs. Ray Smith. Mrs. Charles Skiles and Mrs. Cecil Young. Members of the house party alternated at the serving table. Among the doubles, which was the mood and reflected again and again during the social event were of course, two sepa- rate guest books. Miss Jenny Skiles presided at Carolyn's book while Miss Kathy Smith was in charge of the book which listed the guests for Jan- ice. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: by MARGUERITE WHATLEY Lewis and Anna Fred Corbin took a trip to Corpus Christi for a try at deep sea fishing -- they came home  handed just goes to show that fishing is better in your own back yard. The B. M. lAleys' have re- turned from a weeks vacation they wet/to L Vegas -- vis- Red  Club at Lake Ta- hoe -- broke even at both places -- so they went to Colo- rndo Swings. They covered eight  in nine days. The Frank Lanes .had a Fath- ers Day Celebration -- their daughter gave him a 22 piece redwood patio set. Those attend- ing were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. HAPPY BIRTHDAY FOR A LIMITED TIME.. YOU CAN HAVE THEM INSTALLED WITHOUT CHARGEI Today -- J. E. Bien, Bill Dick- son, and Jim Blakeney. Saturday -- Dormy Perkins, Wil- liam Oartlidge. Sunday -- JuanRa Vinson, Mad- eline Schessler. Monday -- Mattie Thonms, W. John Tanner Celebrates His 4th Birthda9 Little John Tanner, son of Malakoff head coach Sam Tan- net and Mrs. Tarmer turned 4 years of age Monday -- cele- brating the event surrounded by A. Evans, and Jofm Montya. Tuesday -- Waym Cannon and Aimarie Wilson. Wednesday -- gsmp Salter mxl Wesley HoIL by MARGUERITE WHA'TLEY Dr. and Mrs. Robe Plke had their son BUb of Dagas as their guest over the weekend. The Will'mm Amm caught some big flsla  their dock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Finlj and family of Dallas spent the weeke at the Rex Rednmns. [k [ ten friends and his little sisters Tim families of Barney Book- rN Bonnie and Bebbie. er from  and the Joim A sack race and the pea game Burmms of  were among the gmes played spent the weekend at the E by the youngsters at the Tan. HAVE THEM IN COLOR ,oo.. "*" The highlight of the party waa The Lester Neilsons took a ' a wiener roast, and in addition jaunt to Hasten and Galvtqm zke and ice cream were serv- saw the Kstr win heir game in the bea/, e. Sharing the hosting dutiea WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE! Jebn were his mother and Mrs. Guests at the Dick Bartzs Gary Ashlock. over the weekend wlre his son Blloons and party favors and family from Bryn, Tas. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE GLAD TO TAKE YOUR ORDER BY PHONE. EFFECTIVE 7-1-70 THRU 9-30-70 were given the guests. Those attending were Kevin and Tim Mattingly, Michelle and Gary Ashlock, Richard Jor- dan, Terresa and Vickie Jones, Jeff Garrison, and Sandy and Dele Ki Coach Sam was away com- pleting summer classes at East Texas State University during gala event. , , , m,, Dr. and Mm. Han7 Levy of Dallas spent the weekend with the Arthur Knapps. Mr. and Mn. Mowoe Hend of Dallas are dswa while Mo- rce tes from  surgery -- there Is ao place bet- ter than wh m T--rode Wlla bfo. 00?00ashions WV. 3 1 MALAKOFF. TE_XA_ ' Between Malakofl & Trinidad OUNTRY ITCHEN Y ;/. Ib Hose 79 n .aMs ,6s so00i, % 00OUND MEAT..491 RIBS 00b35 S5 Bras & Girdles VIEN STEAK Ib__.AO" $1.99 to$7.00 LUB STEAK t0079 ORK RI tb69 Pants $5.90to$8.90 Shop our__market '3'o#w./za Ib/5 Shifts $8 Eat out at our head/q Dresses $5 and up Bar B O House Ib 7 THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 3, 1970 Page Three Lane and six children, John R. Lane and wife with their three children and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ward and son also a good friend of the lanes, Texas Ranger Captain and Mrs. Ernest Dan- iels. Captain Daniels is retired. The Ski Copelands had some Eastern Star people from Dal- las ova" the weekend -- they attended an Eastern Star meet- ig at Temmmee Colony where a friend of otws, J. C. Gilmore, spoke on Masonic Education. Those attending were Mrs. Grace Vauhn, a former resi- dent of Paradi. Bay, Mr. and . Lucky Fergnson, Mrs. Dale Bailey and Ethel Peacock. A covered dish dirmer was en- joyed by everyo. Mr. and Mrs. Ivie Martin Mrs. Oma Arcore of Waco. celebrated their golden anni- versary at their hotne in Mala- koff Sunday with their son and daughters hosting the event. The Martins were married June 29, 1920, and the couples children are F. T. Martin, Cor- pus Christi; Lamar Tennison, Crass Roads; Douglas Martin, Denver, Colorado and David Martin of Longland, Colorado. Many of the couples grand- children coagregated here with their parents including Linda Ann Shumate, mother of two of the Martins grea-grandchild- ren. Other relatives attending in- chided Mrs. Martin's sister The Lawrence Wisdoms of Dallas spent the week at ,their home and found fishing excell- ent. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Eagle and his father and mother, the Dolph Engles, of Dallas enter- tained a group of fr.nds all from Dallas over the week end. The trail was hot from Bud's house to Dolph's house. Every one had a wonderful time. The many lovely gifts from numerous friends who called were deeply appreciated by the honored couple. Among the out of town guest were Raymond Taylor of Pott&- horo; Lelia Matthews, Corsi- carka; H. G. Martin of Pine Oak and Mrs. R. E. LockhaR of Corsicana. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: BIRTHS Lance and Lari Lundy proudly announce the birth of their new brother, Lyle Samuel. The young man arrived Timrsdy, June 18, at 11:15 a.m. He weigh- ed 7 lbs. and 14 os. and was 20 and oae half inches long. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lie Lundy of raa, Texas. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Otis Staafield of Trini. dad, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lundy of Dixie Isle, Eustace. CEMETERY DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF CFXIL SHIREY Mr. and Mrs..Grady Peurifoy, Longview, Texas ...... $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore Longview, Texas ...... $I0.00  TOI:I STM I::1 STE R" 2-speed plunger switch Roll it anywhere. This handsome 20" fan is finished in a sandalwood baked enamel with while protective grilles. It is mounted in a chrome plated tubular mobile stand with 5" wheels. The fan is adjustable for height and tilt . . . any angle from vertical to horizontal. Fan can be removed from stand for all- purpose use. 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