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F THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK II III // II I Some good country and western music and dance to Tony Douglas andthe . rt pers July 4, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. ,5.00 per person LOG CABIN ESTATES Big Red Barn Public Invited BYOB or Beer u Miss Teresa Ann Jones of Malakoff became the bride of James G. Poteet, also of Malakoff, on Friday, June 20 at 7 p.m. in the Malakoff United Methodist Church with Rev. Randy Warren performing the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jo Ann Jones of Malakoff and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClure of Dallas. The church decorations included ferns arranged on each side of the altar rail and lighted candles on each side of an open Bible. Soloists were Lisa Woolverton and Mimi Tanner accompanied by Mrs. Patsy Thompson, organist, and Mrs. Melinda Poole, pianist. Given in marriage by her brother, Jerry Jones, the bride wore a formal wedding gown of dacron polyester organza. The gown was fashioned with a stand up collar, Empire waistline and ruffles trimmed in lace. The yoke was of lace and the long sheer sleeves ended in cuffs at the wrist. The skirt fell to a Pll Next to Davis Red Barn Each depositor insured to s100,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Who can afford to tak chances with their money? Play it smart ... and safe...with guaran protection.., now up to $100, Speak to us for all thq info! CORNER OF TYLER & PflAIRIEVILLE ATHENS, TEXAS 76751 * (214) 6764511 MEMBER FOIC chapel length train. Her fingertip veil of organza with nylon veiling was at- tached to a headpiece of lace trimmed in pearls. She carried a Victorian styled bouquet of white pixie carnations, sweetheart roses, lilies of the valley, gypsophi ia and English ivy. Mrs. Cindy Jones, sister-in-law of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Vicld Jones, sister of the bride, and Jana Drennan, both of Malakoff. Alisha Dalrymple was flower girl. Jerry Jones, brother of the bride, served as best man. Groomsmen were Johnny Phlnney and Oscar Hernandez, both of Malakoff. Ushers were Dan Taylor and Sam Tanner. James Tanner served as ring bearer. A reception was held in the fellowship hall of the church immediately following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Galveston, the couple will make their home in Malakoff. The bride is a senior at Malakoff High School and is currently employed at Malakoff Food Fare. The bridegroom is a graduate of Malakoff High School and is currently employed by Texas Power and Light Company. Out-of-town guests at the wedding came from Houston, Dallas, and Blackwell. Tarkington Reunion held in Corsicana Tarkington Reunion Descendants of the late James K. Polk and Nettle (Grubbs) Tarkington met at the Y.M.C.A. Youth Center in Corsicana June 14 for their annual reunion. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tarkington and grandson, Brad Tarkington, Kerens; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tarkington and children, Dawn and Todd, Irving; Mrs. Beulah Crutchfield and Miss Hazel Tarkington, Ft. Smith, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ferguson, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vernon and son, Karl, Texas City; Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hopkins and gran- ddaughters, Katrina and Delores Lyons, Ft. Worth. Also: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Reid, Mabank; Miss Juanita Tarkington, Denton; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Vernon and children, Cindy and Joanie, Waco; Mr. and Mrs . Bob Edwards and children, Sandy, Lynn and Beth, Ft. Hood; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Vernon and son, Kyle, La Marque; Leland Vernon, Abilene; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eden III and daughter, Karen Conger, Corsicana; Miss Betty Vernon, Austin; and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Day, Garland. Invocation was given by Hubert Reid before the noon lunch. As in the past the "Country Store" was enjoyed and also as a means to help support the reunion. There was picture taking throughout the day and domino games were en- joyed by some. The door prize, a set of dominoes, was won by Beulah Crutch- field. Other prizes were given for bean guessing. In a business meeting new officers were elected as follows: Beulah Crutch- field, president; Byron Vernon, vice president and Pauline Ferguson, secretary and treasurer. A good time was had by all and plans were made to meet at the same place next year. Soybean acreage will shrink slightly this year to 71.3 million acres, the U. S. Department of Agriculture predicts. Sirloin 10 lb. box 10 lb. box MRS. JAMES G. POTEET What do you do for an encore after watching the th of July? Dairy Council home economists suggest a Red, in a star-shaped mold that fits the eating mood of the day. The red comes from strawberries, the blue from plump, the basic white from dairy-fresh cottage cheese and milk. about the prettiest salad you ever turned out, especially when star-shaped mold and garnished with frosty blueberries Although it's spectacular, this tempting salad is easy to make the average budget. Its beauty and taste appeal come from and cooling dairy foods. The fruits provide vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and tain body fluids during hot summer days. Both generous amounts of protein for energy, and calicum to teeth. Since it serves 8 to 10 people, this delightful salad would be bridge luncheon or committee meeting, as well as your 4th family gathering. Red, White and Blue Salad 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin 1 can (8 oz.) % cup water unsweetened juice Dash of salt I tap. lemon peel 2 cups milk 1 cup sliced strawberries IV4 cups cottage cheese % cup blueberries In a lI/z-quart saucepan combine gelatin, sugar and salt. stir i soften. Place over low heat, stirring constantly, until Remove from heat. Add remaining 11/2 cups milk. Stir in cottage q pie and lemon peel. Arrange a few of the strawberries and blueberries in the mold. Pour over I cup of the gelatin mixture; chill just until set strawberries and blueberries in a design against the side remaining strawberries and blueberries into gelatin mixture. cover. Chill until firm. Makes 8 to I0 servings. Place furnishings against same To make furnishings |ess con- against warmwalls spicuous, place them against walls of warm colors have the same color value, advises Dr. Jane says. Berry, a housing and home furnishings Dr. Berry is on specialist, staff of the Texas Also, miscellaneous furnishings ap- sion Service, The pear more related to one another sitySystem. FOOD STORES Malakoff 10 Ib, box " 10 lb. lOIb. 6 Pk. Cans (Hot only) ....................