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!!/ 00all-(The bride is the neice of Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Allen- Malakoff Newlyweds rake HCJC Welding MALAKOFF NEWS -- August 13, 1971 -- Page Sevm Class Pays Off For Students Trip To Hawaii EARL HAMMERS the former Miss Ma Joyce Allen :maid Luncheon y At Wards luncheon Place cards with attached Joyce/glen was miniature tanbrellaS designated by her sister, at Gables ROs- mums Ued ribbon, denoting theme was tthroughout the party flowers and encircled a white urn- and avocado the places of the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Charles T. Allen, Mrs. Timothy Hammers, mother of Miss Allen's fiance, Miss Cheryl Pickens, Miss Bunny Baeye, Miss Lyrme Hau- boldt, Miss Liada Stringer, Miss Mary Treadway and the hostess. A gift from the hostess was presented to the bride-to-he who also presented gifts to her at- centerpiece, tendants. 00rback Club To Meet Ronnie Earl Hammers and his picttlre hats and aqua and white bride, the former Miss Mary accessories. Each one carried a Joyce Allen, left for a hor. basket of taurus, baby breath moon in the Hawaiian Islands and ribbon streamers. following their wedding Satur- Steve Bridget of Marshall was day evening. They plan to make best man. Groomsmen were their home in the Maria Apart- :, Lynne Garner of Fort Smith, merits in Fayetteville, Ark. Ark.; Jim Bennett, Ruston, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Allen, Roger Harnish, Little Rock, 2105 Carthage Street, are .k.; and Ronnie Bagley of parents of the bride, a 1967 Greenville. graduate of Marshall High Mrs. Allen chose for her School. Upon completion of her daughter's wedding an aqua A- student teaching, she will line skimmer of shantung with receive a Bachelor of Science. jewel accents, matching acces- degree in education from sories and whimsey. She carried Stephen F. Austin State a pink cymbidium orchid cur- University. sage on her beaded bag. The bridegroom, son of Mr. The bridegroom's mother was and Mrs. Timothy Hammers, 607 attired in. an A-line pearl gray Cypress Street, is a 1966 imported chiffon gown. Venise graduate of Marshall High lace cuffed the long full Sleeves, School. He will receive his enhanced the high collar and Bachelor degree in December bordered the hemline. She wore from the University of Arkansas. In college he has been a member of the Razorback team for three years and holds the title of All Southwest Confer- ence at Arkansas. His social fra- ternity is Alpha Kappa Lambda. Vows were pledged at the First Baptist Church with the Roy. C. P. (Pete) Allen, grand- father of the bride, officiating at the double ring ceremony. Or- ganist Mrs. Harry Hall pre- sented the nuptial music and ac- onpanied Mrs. Albert Thomp- son as she sang "One Hand, One Heart," "The Twelfth of Never" and "The Lord's Prayer" for the musical benediction. Chuck Ayers and Tommy Graves were candlelighters. A myriad of cathedral tapers in antique gold and white can- delabra framed the altar setting enhanced by two antique baskets of bridal flowers and fern placed on stately Gothic columns. Teakwood urns held the comple- menting pair of Thrinax palms. BRIDAL GOWN Mr. Allen gave his daughter in marriage. e wore an Alfred Angelo gown of white silk organza over peau. Re- embroidered motifs o[ Alencon lace created a yolk effect on the bodice and extended onto the brief cap sleeves. A wide hand of the lace was repeated on the skirt and chapel train. The tiered imported silk illusion veil fell from a halo of bridal flowers. e carried a cascade of white Sweetheart roses interspersed with steplmotis, dainty baby breath, Baker fern and sfln ribbon. Miss Kay Allen attended her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Cheryl Pickens of Marshall, Miss Bunny Basye of Tezarkana, Miss Lynne Hauboldt, Browns- ville, Miss Mary Treadway, and Miss Linda :3tringer, both of lalakoff Quarterback Everyone is urged to make Tyler. hold its first meeting plans to attend this meeting Wide moire ribbon banded the attendants Empire gowns lear on Monday, August and get the new year off to a featuring aquatop, with scooped :00 p.m., at the High good start, neckline and sheer full half Bar. sleeves and softl., gathered floral slm'ts. They wore lace FALL REGISTRATION FOR DERSON COUNTY JR COLLEGE istration'for all classes Mon-Frlday $:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M.. 12:00 noon 27- Orientation for all freshmen 9:00 A.M.- Auditorium 27- Last day to register and pay fees without late penalty 30- Classes begin Courses in all areas programs in Business. Drafting, Data Processing, real Nursing, Ranch Management, Welding, Autornobile and Police Science Education - Evening classes on-off campus Credit and non-credit Free bus transportation provided information call (214) 675-6217 Athens, Texas Assistance Available Student Work-Study Programs The first members to graduate from the one year welding pro- gram at Henderson County Junior College passed their welding recently "with flying colors according to Bonny Sum- ner, welding instructor. A total of ten students began the first class last September. After 45 weeks which included 1215 hours of welding, eight fi- nished the course and took their Plate and Pipe Certification test administered by Pittsburg Test- ing Laboratory of Dallas. All eight were certified as plate and pipe welders. The program has already paid off for three of the students. One secured employment im- mediately at $6.00 per hour. Two others will make an average of matching accessories and carried her pink cymbidium orchids on a white Bible, a gift of the bride and bridegroom. RECEPTION FOLLOWS A reception honoring the newlyweds was held in the Gold Room of the Holiday Inn. Large urns filled with ferns marked the entrance to the reception room. A wedding candle ringed with tiny flowers adorned the registry. The bride's table was centered with a basket arrangement of white fujii mums, aqua daisy mums and pompons, accented with baby breath and fern. A masculine arrangement ,of greenery in a brass urn decorated the groom's table. The traditional tiered cake was topped with greenery and fresh flowers. In the houseparty were Miss Susan Green. Mrs. Steve Bridget, Miss Betty Clark and Mrs. R(Iney Grabowsky. For travelihg, the bride changed to sleeveless Empire, dress of beige and camel with cmplementing camel jacket, matching accessories and picture hat. A corsage of yellow Sweetheart roses was pinned at her shoulder. Special guests were bride and bridegroom's grandparents Mr. 'and Mrs. Arthur Foley, Rv. and Mrs. Pete Allen, Mrs. Ellen Hammers and Mr. and Mrs. James Worden. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boaze, Bobby D. Smith, Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Parker, Houston; It's . Girl Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mahis an- neunce the birth of a grand- baby -- the second one within the last three months. Kathy Lynn Mathis was born Friday morning, August 6, at 12:56 A.M., at the Grand Saline Hospital. She weighed 6 1.bs., 14 ozs. Parents are Lynn and Rita Mathis of Dallas. Verla & Velda Cook Return From Vacation Verla and Velda Cook have just returned from a thrilling trip to Nashville and other neighboring states. Their fa- ther, Rev. O. B. Cook, took them by car to the home of his sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collier, in Warren, Arkansas, on Wednesday. The purpose of the trip was to at- tend the gospel singing festival in Nashville on Friday and Saturday. They left the Collier home on Thursday morning and went through Mississippi and Alabama, spending Thursday night in Birmingham. They ar- rived in Nashville on Friday and had time to do some sight- seenig before attending the sing- ing festival. After spending Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Shepard, Friday and Saturday nights in and Debbie, Miss Carole Clarke, Nashville, they boarded a plane Miss Mary Spiller, Tyler; Miss on Sunday morning and arrived Cheryl Morris and Miss Treece in Dallas around 11:00 a.m., Tate, Pasadena. when Varma and Eddie Nokes picked them up and returned mmers them to Malakoff. Those visiting in the home of Bridal .. and Mrs. E. P. Allen the lst past few days were Mr. W. A. Rozell, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dinner .eMr. and Mrs. Timothy Ham- mers honored their son, Ronnie Hammers and his bride-to.be, Miss Joyce Allen at a rehearsal dinner Friday evening. The party was in the Tiger Room at ard Restaurant. A long, low arrangement of white gladioli and snowflakes, aqua daisy mums, Baker fern and avocado satin ribbon ac- cents was a focal point on the U- shaped table. Tall white tapers ringed with leather leaf, mow- Bakes and aqua daisy mums decorated the wide avocado satin ribbon runner, that ex- tended from the centerpiece to each end of the table. Attending were Miss Allen's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bridget, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Martin, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arthur and FranCe, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, Mr. and Mrs. m Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Whitworth from Deer Park, Texas, Mrs. Ara Shermon from Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller and son Mike from Longview, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Belcher and son from Mesquite, also Mrs. Frank Belcher. Tommy Graves, Miss Kay Allen, Miss Cheryl Pickens, Mrs. Jet Brooks, Don McLendon, Allen Peteet, Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson, .Miss Bunny Basye, Miss Lynne Hauboldt, Miss Mary Treadway, Miss Linda Stringer, Roger Harnish, Guy Parker and the hosts. Special guests were grandpar- ents of the bridal couple: the Rev. and Mrs. C. P. (Pete) Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foley, Mrs. Ellen Hammers, Mr. and Mrs. James Worden. ..,,.-.-.-.-.-,-.:.-.:...:.:.:.:.-.-." -.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.-*;; " I''='rqtT='lr'l I __ :" 17 E ..lP O" a I, t m I rlzI_" II Z[JZL.-]J ', ,., ': ii FRI-SAT-SUB FRIDAY-SATURDAY !i MOB-TOE GREGORY PECK THE STALKING . MOON. PLUS SECOND FEATURE CYCLE THRILLER "BORN LOSERS" STARTS SUNDAY FIRST ELECTRIC WESTERN WALT DISNEY'S ,PINOOONiO TECHNICOLOR about $4.00 per hum and the re- maining five will have no pro- blem in getting good jobs, ac- cording to Sumner. The program at HCJC offers sheilded metal arc (electric arc) welding, acetelyne and oxygen welding, metallic insert gas (MIG) welding, and tung- sten inert gas (TIG) welding in what is one of the most modern welding schools in Texas. There are facilities for 20 students per year, with 12 openings still available for next year. There has also been a high school re- lated program for students in nearby high schools which is hoped to he continued next year. Students interested in the pro- gram at Henderson County Jun- ior College are urged to contact the Technical Vocation Dean, Mr. J. B. Simmons for further information, according to Sum- her. Two of our local boys, tans- ford Tarkington and Phillip Spivey, attended this class last term, and Mr. Sumner says he is looking forward to having them again this year, along with other boys from the Mala- koff School. / 11 | ! HOPPING AROUND TO PAY BILLS? Let Checks do the hopping for you. 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