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July 8, 1976

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?- /t BRAVES Lowry, Ken Bostic, Kevin of the Malakoff Mattingly [back row] Coach League Braves team Billy Robertson, Coach [front] Blane Atte- Larry Surls, Phillip Suds, Brimer, Michael Tracy Edwards, B.J. Atte-  iiii .IIIIIIII ,(::, .... berry, Keith Robertson, Donnell Sumrall, Sean McKean and Coach Hubert Lowry. [Staff Photo by Loraine Herline] Susan Litchfield Weds Darrell Edward King Pamela Susan Litchfield became the bride of Darrell Edward King in candle light ceremonies at Cross Roads on Wednesday, June 30 at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Ron Bhck- mon officiated at the cere- monies at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Litchfield of Rt. 1, Athens, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood King of Rt. 1, Athens. The double-ring vows were exchanged between spiral columns entwined with greenery and bearing lighted votive candles. The couple stood beneath a white net sequin-studded "kissing ball" which had been made by the bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. J.A. Moon. Defining either side of the altar were large crystal baskets holding white roses. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a floor-length gown of beige voile. The empire waist was adorned with wide matching lace and covered buttons. Her floor-length veil of illusion was attached to a ring of small white flowers. She carried a cas- cade of baby blue carnations, blue corn flowers and baby's breath. Miss Pam Harton, maid of honor, wore a floor-length dress of baby blue and beige. She carried a nosegay of baby blue and white carna- tions with a touch of baby's breath. Gary Turlington served as best man. Ushers were Philip King and Richard Richardson. Leo Kinabrew presented Dallas and Monterrey, Mexico, the couple will make their home in Cross Roads. The bride is an honor graduate of Athens High School. The groom is a graduate of Cayuga High School and is presently employed by Litchfield Drilling Co. A bridal shower, hosted by Mrs. Leo Kinabrew, Mrs. Luster Kinabrew Sr., Mrs. Loye Kinabrew, Mrs. Kermit Hayes, Mrs. Billy Walker, Mrs. Billy Riddlesperger, Mrs. David Hall, Mrs. C.W. Harton and Mrs. Jerome Turlington, was given June 18 at the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church, Cross Roads. Crystal baskets with blue hydrangea, white doves and votive candles defined the entrance table. Frosted punch and cake squares decorated with white doves were served to approximate- ly 40 guests. A personal trousseau shower hosted by Miss Pam Harton and Mrs. Patti Reese, was given June 26 at the home of Mrs. C.W. Harton. The bride's chosen colors of blue and white were carried out throughout the room and chips, dips, cokes and pizza were served after the rice bags were made by the guests. A rehearsal at the home of the bride-elect was followed by refreshments. Caney City Council Sets July 8, 1976 -MALAKOFF NEWS. Page 3 M Darrell Edward King TP&L Names Daniel To Post Bond Sales May sales of Series E and H United tates Savings Bonds amounting to $19,692 in Henderson county were reported today by County Bond Chairman Pat Neill. Sales for the five-month period totaled $62,488 for 33 percent of the 1976 sales goal of $190,000. Sales in Texas during the month were $23,323,639-- while the year-to-date sales totaled $118,488,815 with 44 percent of the $272.4 million 1976 sales goal achieved. ;H'PAI| Sun-Proof LATEX FLAT HOUSE PAINT VTE with built-in Acrylic Flexibility Stretches and shrinks with temperature and humidity peeling Fade resistant colors Mildew resistant paint film SALE PRICE[! White - s8e gal. THRU JULY 15 W. R. McKEE LUMBER CO. William E. Daniel, Jr. of in 1949 as a clerk in the Tyler has been named dis- Athens district. He later served as a junior account- trict customer service super- visor for Texas Power & ant in the Company's East- Light Company in Athens, ern Division, head-quartered James Kerbo, TP&-L district in Tyler, and a residential manager, announced, heating specllist and ser- Daniel, senior service vice representative in the representative in TP&L's Tyler district. Tyler district since 1974, = pc#' -% , succeeds Joe Lane, who died , . "  I rneug"-e':n- recently. A ninth century map shpws Hwy. 31 E Phone A native of Martin's Mill, Paradise on an island east Maiakoff 489-0527 Texas, Daniel joined TP&L of China. The Caney City City the wedding music and Reggie Gregory sang "There Council will hold its regular .\\;t-'k FAMOVSMAKER CARDINALS Ashlock, Michael Hoyt, Hodge, Levi Karr, Neal Is Love," and "The Twelfth meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the =, of Never " Caney City Hall.  Up to '4 off of the Malakoff Freddy Yakesch, Stephen Tarkington, Joe Jamieson ,. " .......... Agenda items include f MEN'S KNIT Little League team Wright, TOmmy Matthews, and coaches Rodney John- ivtlss iviecmaa L1tcnneicl ...... D[iOb] GAy ROcky Hale [back rOw] JOhn sOn and Gary AshlOck" niece Of the bride' and Mrs" ':ip[::lnitr taxe:ep:: dO:bride, registered the guests, cusslons oI sa ac- LEISURE BITS Kiln Costlow, Kip McSwney, [Staff Photo by Loraine Bill Walker, sister of the "q  " " SUnSV.T0 4' Polyester W.00on. .on.00 00o00n.o,00J00i00v A A[t:er a wedd[ngtrip to " d. "----' SLACKS page one East Texas ronomist Named -- ..... .'"m'rr | / "" boards shortly after 8 Dr. Kenneth L. Smith has be headquartered at the o, .,,._ 1K I W0RK VtLUa *m ,== "'ainus clud gather" been appinted Area Agrn" Texas A&M University HouseLevelmgpADl }, /3 Off SAVE -=. the northwest. Against omist for the Texas Agricul- Agricultural Research & Ex- Foundation Works 4'flU,, Of lightning tural Extension Service el- tension Center at Overton 4= O/,,= and an occasional fective July l, 1976. and will have program SillsRepced BROWN /v t)f thunder, the judges, According to Dr. E.M. responsibilities in 39 East 'l|] 350 ,ow $a=4tb.e ,,. 0|$Qt|7 bdl||ehdt Bob w. mow Patterns and Solids \\; Texas counties. Subscribe To The News Freezer Bonanza I FREECOFFEE "-"-* rIVCUSTOMER CARE '1" 'IP i POPULAR KNIT ,,w of  o==..u =o.s SPORTSHIRTS $."" =48 2, s78u FVF16CR No Frost FV15AR/S 560 lb. Capacity Specials On Other Models FH20C AS ADVERTISED ON W Pvll.ove plyester/cotton blend, In ,,ip,,. doid, a %urn. A VERY FAMOUS MAKERI "::"* '2" \\; .ow special i :::.r ,7=o . .ow group Of uu SIZE $v t tNt tiZl$ t JUNIOR MISSEY Pant BOY.' DRESSES Suit= r LEIUR I/20FFI 1 CLOTNI IhlO t t,tl i .... NOW , Especially sected styles  =nl k1$i$ nlot popular You 't Iio m wire 2  among the young seL t .t * ,roll heal tiu',' pmttit from O of the bt I ...... ,,.,,.,,.,,.,,, ....... ,,.,,,,,. =,,.- -. l LEISURE SHIRTS i \\; .,1,:. I,.,.,..,-.,,,,h,.., i hd,r.. stock up on mix match ; solids and patterns! " so.o SALE! DAH lfftR' / * mea SHEETS & PIIJ.OW CASES (50% COTTON 50% POLYESTR) IhOFF sits mm Ori 9. $7. uam POLYESTER Women's SHELLS Polyester - s3" PANTS To t4,ql oke ,!Set --,--.- $tt Tern Sb'eet Malakoff' Texas 700 lb. Capacity Trew, assistant director and state, agricultural program leader, the new specialist will i m i Woodruff, and Ann Rounsavall the new reigning for Malakoff. as winner of the will receive a $200 from Donnell's Malakoff Fashion erd Kirby's. The first Miss Bumgard- Will receive a $50 Savings Bond, runner-up, Miss will receive a $25 Savings Bond. day's activities were Sponsored by Mala- Club, Malakoff and Malakoff of ommerce. of the Miss were Judy Betty Norwood, ra Herline. Narrator pageant was Duke of the pageant Al Inmon Ford, Lake Nursing Home, State Bank, Davis Furniture, Don- Fashmns, First and Loan Associa- Fare, Hardy's Malakoff Fashion alakoff News, Mala- trsery and Garden Malakoff Prescrip- Malakoff Truck Works, Navarro Association, Phil- Royall Chevrolet Tanner Motor House, and Lumber Co. games and intermissions in the t, pageant general songs, posed of Rex Weaks, Chief Wilson, Johnny Howard Julian, Bill and Clint Cross music for the of the audience. and Luther a committee of Lions who cooked and manned the stand during the and evening's few 525 lb. Capacity Complete Service and Installation Free Delivery APPLIANCE CENTER Simms decorated for the pageant. ,mmmm,mmm 114 Terry 489-1100 i i %