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am moves rea the American Dream g out of the reach Inflation has pushed and fewer people the same time, saving as American went on a to get what they could again. and little saving have in a sorry condition. has been available at rates for invest- Some important fallen behind foreign that used to look to this will be difficult and a. But it must be done if retain its preeminent to oct Americans saving again_ Added saving will in- crease the funds available for invest- ment and reduce inflationary pressures. And one of many attractive ways American have to save is United States Saving~ Bonds. Series EE Bonds now pay 9 percent interest when held to maturity. But more important, they are an extremely easy way to save. By joining the Payroll Savings Plan at work, ar the Bond-A-Month at banks, individuals can save automatically, a little at a time. Bonds also offer tax advantages and complete safety against loss. By saving with Bonds, or any other way, Americans are helping to restore our economic health. Only when that health has returned can the American Dream resume. MRS. DONNIE NICHOLAS BRANNEN, JR. were exchanged by and Donnie Jr. at Nassau Bay In Nassau Bay at 7 p.m. 8, with the Rev. Worth performing hter of Mr. and of Lea City, the and Mrs. of Malakoff. The of Ms, Angelene Bran- and Don N. Brannen of decorated with spiral of lavender and unity candle corn- Special , and lavender softly lighted the girls. Joshua Washington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Washington of Texas City, was ring bearer. Miss Sonya Hurley of Duncanville, niece of the bride, and Miss Carrie Hollon of Galveston, Godchild of the groom were candlelighters. A reception was held in the Barcelona Room of Nassau Bay Resort Motor Inn in Nassau Bay. Serving in the houseparty were Donna Hurley of Dun- canville and Phyllis Richnow of League City, sisters of the bride, Robyn Chambers of League City, sister-in-law of the bride, Valerie Hake of Baytown, Marilyn Vollmer and Beth Brock of League City, Julie Heugal of Seabrook and Beverly Frame of Nacogdoches. The bride is a graduate of Clear Creek High School and attended Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches where she was a member in marriage by herof Chi Omega Sorority and a Little her wedding, a Sister to Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. white chiffon with ap- She is currently employed by Bay Area lace, seed pearls and Bank & Trust in Webster. fitted bodice. The A- The groom graduated from Ball High :he chapellengthtrain School in Galveston and attended ee. The bridal veil, Stephen F. Austin State University in bride, fell from her Nacogdoches. He is a member of Pi with alencon lace,Kappa Alpha Fraternity and is now Ugle beads matching employed by Del PaPa Distributing Co. arried a bouquet of Inc. inGaiveston. k sweetheart rosesThe rehearsal dinner was hosted by trig glories. Don Brannen and was a back yard bar- ambers of Houston beque at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred as maid of honor. Richnow of League City. Debbie Hardy of Following a honeymoon in Cozamel, Austgen and Peri Mexico, the couple will be at home in Y, Rori Dozier ofWebster. :abeth Bradley of- floor length gowns of With pink ribbon It's A Boy! d nosegays of white #eetheart roses. Served his brother as Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Costlow announce _ n smen were Johnthe birth of their son, David Shelton. He David Gonzalez of was born August 7, 1981 at Henderson fie Smith and Frank County Memorial Hospital in Athens on and Virgil Chain- and weighed 6 lbs. He was 19 inches ry, twin brother of the long. s Ushers were Weldon Maternal grandparents are Mr. and af Galveston, Robert Mrs. Jack Stokes of Kaufman and hes and John n ,apaternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Costlow of Montalba. Mater- laughter of Mr. and nal great grandparents are Mr. and now of League City, Mrs. C.R. Couch of Overton. daughter of Mr. and The baby got to come home Friday af Duncanville, both after a weeks stay at Methodist served as flower Hospital in Dallas. , ITTLE TRANSFER LITTL! & STORAGE apnt for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 21874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicans, Texas The ~Ma!akoff News, Thursdayt Aug. 20, !98!.5A_ KAREN STINSON --- DAVID NEWSOME Miss Karen Stinson of Eustace and David News)me of Malakoff will be married September 5 at 8 p.m. at the future home of the couple in Point LaVista in Malakoff. The mother of the bride-elect is Mrs. Bonnie Sapp and her guardians are Harold and Janice Barnett, all of iulie Sneed Eustace. She is a 1976 graduate of Eustace High School and is employed at the Henderson County Tax Office. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Newsome of Trinidad. He is a 1975 graduate of Trinidad High School and is employed by Texas Utilities Fuel Company. ~J,,, ,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ...... ,,,.~.,,,.,.,i,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,.,,,,, l-~ Julie Sneed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie B. Sneed of Trinidad, attended Stephens College Perry-Mansfield Camp this summer. The camp, located on the western slope of the Colorado Rockies just outside of the popular ski resort town of Steamboat Springs, of- fers a combination of camping and out- door recreation along with intensive studies in dance, theatre and music. Established in 1913, SC/P-M has become a national institute for the study of the creative and the perfor- ming arts. A staff of nationally known professional artists instruct the studen- ts during the six-week program. Miss Sneed will attend Texas Women's University this fall majoring in dance. There are an estimated 3,000 languages in use today. .. ....... ? ~,,~:~y. :o . . FARMERS Who Have Their ] "Hooks" In OUR EOUIPMENT i FLOATER POLICY, Find We Design PROTECTION To COVER EVERY HAZARD! Malakoff Insurance Agency Life .Home .Bonds ,Auto .C0mmercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy 226 N. Terry JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 - ries "Your Complete Little Store" So Convenient Michael's Cove next door to Feed Box Restaurant Hwy. 90 N. MRS. GREG ALAN PRUITT Tamara Leigh Duncan and Greg Alan Pruitt were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony August 8, 1981 at the Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Gene Jorgenson officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Duncan of DeSoto. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Pruitt, also of DeSoto. Attendants were matron of honor, l,aura Cochran, sister of the bride, Kim Keyes, maid of honor, Vickie Wallace and Kathy Tinsley, bridesmaids. Best man was Paul Day. Groomsmen were Breck Pruitt, brother of the groom, from the groom to the bride, and was made by the groom. Music for the wedding was by Mrs. Guy Small and Dan Carson. An outdoor reception at the church followed the ceremony The bride's table was set with a centerpiece of mullberry and mauve roses along with the traditional wedding cake while the groom's table featured a fresh fruit compote as well as the groom's cake. The bride and groom both attended DeSoto schools and graduated in 1979. Tamara has attended the University of Texas at Austin while Greg has atten- Doug Withrow and Wesley Martin. ded Tarleton State University in Ushers were Kyle Cochran and Mark Stephenville. After their wedding trip Keiser. the couple will reside in Stephenville 50% off sale continues Kelly Larson served as flowergirl and and attend Tarleton State. / Lee Larson was ringbearer. Grandparents of the groom are Mr. i Given in marriage by her father, the and Mrs. Elmer Cheshier of DeSoto and bride wore a gown of silk organza Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pruitt of designed with a Queen Anne neckline, Waxahachie. The bride's grandmothers i Jimmy and Martha invite you chiffon sleeves trimmed with re- are Mrs. Wanda Alvis and the late M. S. embroidered chantilly lace. Her skirt Alvis and and Mrs. G. G. Duncan and to come sign up for our 5th was layered ruffles, edged with mat- the late G. G. Duncan, all of MalakofL ching lace, falling into a chapel length '.'Banana Crunch" Anniversary Drawing to be train. A hat, designed by her mother awarded on August 31. from the English illusion veil worn by her sister, Laura, served as her head- IS good for snacks PRIZES piece. Both dress and veil were, beaded with seed pearls by the bride s gran- Nutty, nutritious and ,notoriously dmother, Mrs. M. S. Alvis, of Malakoff. delicious "Banana Crunch. ' , ..... ,, : ..... A bouquet of .mulberry and mauve It's bananas dipped in lemon juice ; $100.00 Gift Certificate roses accemed with bridal wreath and then rolled in chopped nuts -- and / '-- ..... completed her attire, it's perfect for company snacks, ....... Mr, Mench Separates ) Guests were received and registered suggests Dr. Cass Ryan-Crowe, a food / by Bennetta Pruitt, sister of the groom, and nutrition specialist. / (3 pieces) ,\ at a table flanked by an antique fern Ryan-Crowe is on the home aermanMarcusoress ) stand holding a candle and flower economics staff of the Texas ...... arrangement. The fern stand was a gift Agricultural Extension Service, ( Dinner for two at the Harbor House ) Malakoff Da! 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