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ANNIVERSARY .. relatives of Mr. L.L. Vieregge will at an anniversary Sunday, July 13, at 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. Vieregge, 119 E. Pine, in Malakoff. The reception is being planned by their three children and grandchildren. The couple was married July 17, 1925 in Malakoff. from page 1 In that competition, second for editorial third for Community fourth for feature Scheibe's column, the judges said: displays winning ING SERVICE PH. 489-1335 Terry, Malakoff style, choice tid bits in words. No doubt the best writer -- technically -- of the entries. She moves through her thoughts with direction effort- lessly. We congratulate her on quality of effort." Judges remarked about the News' winning editorials, most of which dealt with problems in the Mideast: "Good editorial writing. Loca- tion in the same spot each week is helpful for proper identification as an editorial view of the paper." /i!ii!i!iii The beautiful, inspirational words of the Bible can be a great source of consolation to those who have lost someone dear. These words are the very heart of our memorial service, recalling one's faith. CARROLL & LEHR Diane Mitchum Weds Edward Lee Reeve, Jr. In a candlelight double ring ceremony, Judy Dianne Mitchum of Trinidad became the bride of Edward Lee Reeve, Jr. of Eustace, May 24, 1975. The wedding was held in the First Baptist Church of Eustace at 8 p.m. The Rev. Harold Travis and the Rev. Jamie Kinman, both of Eustace, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Surber of Trinidad and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Reeve, Sr. of Eustace. The alter area of the church was decorated with two seven tiered candlebras with green- ery and white bows. Two large baskets of yellow and white bows. Two large baskets of yellow and white gladiolas, daisies, greenery and baby's breath were on either side of the white kneeling bench. Mrs. Dick Sharp of Trini- dad provided wedding music at the piano including "Love Song", "One Hand, One Heart", and "Theme from Romeo and Juliet". The bride, given in mar- riage by her father, wore a white organza gown in an A-Line empire silhouette embellished with pearled Alencon lace motifs. Jeweled lace formed the stand up duchess collar and deep frames for the yoke. Full blown sleeves from the shoulder to the wrist with groupings of Alencon bou- quets caught at the wrists to Alencon cuffs ged in a Brussels lace ruffle. A chapel length train of Alencon lace was caught to a Brussels lace flounce. Her headpiece was a finger- tip mantilla. Brussels lace framed a train length veil of Bridal illusion caught to a Renaisance cap of Alencon lace snowlfaked in pearls. Miss Debra Craddock of Trinidad served the bride as maid of honor and Mrs. Janet Fields was bridesmaid. Both attendants wore matching floor length gowns of yellow dotted swiss with patches of embroidered apri- cot colored hearts and flowers. The gown was a princess line with large puff sleeves and heart neckline. Large ruffles were at the bottom of the dress. They wore yellow wide- brimmed hats and carried small bouquets of yellow roses, daisies and greenery, his brother as groomsman and ushers were Church Powers of Eustace and Larry Junell of Dallas. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the fellowship hall of the church. The bride's table was covered with a white cloth overlayed with white netting. Floor length white net fell to a ruffle around the table. Edges of the table were draped with yellow net caught at the center and at corners with large white bows. The tabler was centered with a bouquet of daisies, stock and greeneryh. Assisting at the Bride's table were Mrs. Martha Ray and Mrs. Bertha Zollener, aunts of the bride. They served from the three tiered wedding cake of yellow and white topped with a bouquet of fresh daisies and babies breath. Mrs. Kathy Sutton, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Marga- ret Benedict, aunt of the bride, served punch. The groom's table was co- vered in yellow and overlayed with a white lace cloth. Mrs. Katrinka Razie, sister of the bride, and Miss Catherine Keen, aunt of the bride, served chocolate cake and fruit punch. Miss Robin Reeve, sister of the groom, registered guests at the wedding and reception. Following a short wedding trip to Dallas the couple is making their home at 111 Lincoln Street in Trinidad. The bride is a graduate of Trinidad High School and is employed as a stenographer at Nipak, Inc., in Kerens. The groom is a graduate of Eustace ttigh School, a 1968 graduate of Henderson Coun- ty Junior College and is a 1970 graduate of North Texas State University. He is a design drafting specialist in the engineering department at Nipak. Out of town guests regis- tered were Mrs. and Mrs. T.D. Pritchett, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gulledge and Amy, and Miss Debbie Cassaday, all of Dal- las; Mr. and Mrs. Dub Murk of Ft. Worth: Mr. and Mrs. F. Dansby of Poyner; Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Ray; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ray; Mrs. Vera and Catherine Keen, all of Jack- sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. James Benedict of College Mrs. Edward Lee Reeve, Jr. Lake Fishing Contest Deadline Set July 6 With midnight, July 6, as the deadline, the fishermen are taking the last week's crack at the top catches on black bass and crappie for the cash prizes which are to be awarded at the annual meet- ing of the Cedar Creek Lake Association at the Cedar Creek Country Club on Mon- day, July 7. Some changes were noted last week as a visitor from Sunray pulled in a two pound, eight ounce crappie, to take the lead in that category with Raymond Miller forced into second place with a one pound, 14 ounce catch. Mrs. Bobby G. Stone, of Sunray, visiting relatives in the area, pulled in the big crappie and brought him in for weighing at Den's Port. Miller had previously weighed his catch at Smitty's Bait and Tackle. John French, Trinidad, kept the lead in the black bass category with an eight pound, six ounce catch, weighed in at Fisherman's Wharf and anot- her Trinidad angler, Don Willbanks, weighed in at the same place with an eight pounded to take over second place. Jim Ong, chairman of the fishing contest committee, was complimentary of the day, even though the deadline is not until midnight. Should a larger fish than those recorded in either cate- gory be caught after the forms are picked up it will be the responsibility of the marina operator to notify the Cedar Creek Lake Association Area office of the larger carch before the prizes are awarded Monday night. On July 29, 1775, with the city under siege, Boston's pop- ulation quickly declined from 17,000 to 7,000. At Kirby's July 3, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 7 FPCI-206T-O FPCI-170T-7 Free $25 Free $25 Series E Series E Savings Bond with Savings this Frigidaire 100% Bond Frost-Proof 17.0 with this cu-ft Refrigerator- Frigidaire Freezer. 100% Freet-Proof 20.6 cu-ft Refrigerator- WCD Freezer. Free $25 Series E Savings Bond with this Frigidaire 18db capacity Heavy Duty Washer, Free from Frigidairei A $25 U.S. Series E Savings Bond with any of these popular Frigidaire models. Phillips Appliance Co. 202 N. 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She was 85 years old. Rev. R.W. Blackmon offici- ated at services which were under the direction of Foster- Brown Funeral home. Burial was in Patterson Cemetery. Mrs. Willingham was born in I,ivingston. She was the widow of C.C. (Lum) Willing- ham, who died in 1966. She was a member of the Cross Roads First Baptist Church. Survivors include her sons, Bascom Willingham, Bernice Willingham and Nolan Will- ingham, all of Cross Roads; Haskell Willingham of Dal- las; and Melton Willingham of Athens. tier surviving brothers are George Morrison of Kilgore and Alan Morrison of Waco. She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Sadie Wright of Dallas. Mrs. Willingham had nine grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. 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