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Muhk,off from Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Don Graham, who were enxoute to Arkansas on vacation. Also, their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hickman and son Larry from Palestine visited over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Lewis Were in Houston over the week. visiting with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Smilh Mrs. Smith is the daughter of and Mrs. M. D. Fowler) moved to Malakoff. Mr. Sith is still employed in Mes- at this time but will transs- his employment to Athens Mrs. Smih will be a teach- r in the Athens School system year. John Shumate and Martha were in Dun- last Wednesday where spent the night with her hter and her family, Mr. al Mrs. Freddie Carter. Wayne Shumate has just re- ived his discharge from the hrny after serving three years, of which was spent in ViaL- tara. He and his wife arrived at parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Saturday morning. will make their home in where they have al- ready purchased and moved into a mobile home. Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate visited with them m their new home Sunday after- on. Mr and Mrs. Joffery Smiley sons of Tyler spent the wry:k-end ith her parents, Mr. Mrs. Buster Airheart. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack tlustead over the week-end were her sister, Mrs. D. O. Tucker from Fort Smith, Mrs. Victor Lewis and her Arkansas, and her father, W. mother Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger L. Hollingsworth, from Frost, left here Friday morning and Texas. went to Tyler where they pick- ed up Mrs. Bob Wileman and went on to Lufkin to visit Rev. and Mrs. Walter Gibbs. They also attended graduation exer- cises at Stephen F. Austin Col- lege. Their niece and grand- daughter Miss Mary Lee De- ment was among the graduates. Mrs. Ned Alvis has just re- turned from a vacation in Dumas where she visited her father and her sister and bro- ther. She went to Dumas with her son and his family Dwayne and arolyn Alvis and daughter Jennifer from Irving, who re- turned with her to her home and spent a few days before re- turning to Irving on Sunday. Also visiting Sunday were her daughter and her children, Mrs. Mary McKinney, Martha, Cindy, and Shannon, and another daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Duncan and Tam- my of DeSoto. Mrs. Johnnie Mac Jackson had her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jackson, Pattie, Stanley, David and Danny from Balch Springs, visiting over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny tIolt went. to Freeport last Tuesday, where they visited with her sis- ter, Mrs. Homer Davis. They returned home and then went on to Fort Worth, where they visited Mr. Holt's mother, Mrs. Nettle Holt. Mrs. Holt's mother, Mrs. Ira Robertson from Brownsboro, is spending this week them. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Cude from Houston spent the week- end with his mother, Mrs. Josie Cude. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Davis over the week- end were her granddaughter and her husband, Cindy and Sam Farrell from Houston: her Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cade were granddaughter and great grand- in Arlington over the week-end, son, Linda Alexander and Britt visiting with their son and his from Euless and her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny her family. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cade. Their grand-daughters, Blackstock from Mincola. Cathleen and Carol Lynn, re- turned with them to spend the week before their school term begins. Mrs. Homer Brown has been visiting !r Port Neches with Week-end guests in the home her son and his family, Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Graham Mrs. Harold Brown. were their and his wife In an impressive candlelight ceremony in the Bride's parents hcme Miss Vickie Ann Airheart became the bride of Bennie Rol- ison Saturday in the evening hours. Vickie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Air- heart. Bro. C. L. Bryant was in charge of the double ring cere- mony which was performed in front of the fireplace in the Air- heart living room. The mantel held a large arrangement of white carnations filled with greenery. Candles also adorned the mantel. The bride wore a white A- line Empire dress with cut lace appliqued with seed pearls. The elbow length sleeves were bell with the lace and pearls designing the bottom. The dress was designed and made by the Bride's sister, Mrs. Joffery Smiley. She wore a white or- chid corsage. Matron of Honor was Mrs. Ray Stanfield. She wore a pink coat dress. The groom was attended by Paul Selibet of Dallas. Approximately 50 people were ia iiattendance at the wedding and at the reception which was held in the home immediately following the ceremony. The serving table was covered with a white lace cloth. The wedding cake was three tiered and held on top the traditional oride and groom. It was served by the Bride's sister, Mrs. Smiley. The pink punch was served from crystal service by Mrs. Pat Airbeart. Following the reception the bride and groom left on a wedd- ing trip to Arkansas. They will make their home in Dallas where she is employed with All- state Rent-A-Car at Love Field and he is in business. Miss Carolyn Lee and Dickie elect, registered the gifts and San'ell were honored with a names. wedding shower Saturday night, Refreshments of cake squares. August 14, at the Payne Springs fruit punch, candy mints and School House. Hosting the oc- nuts were served to the many casion were several ladies from guests who offered their con- the Payne Springs community, gratulations to the couple. Many The beautifully wrapped gifts were displayed on a table covered with white table cloth with pink overlay. Miss Lucinda McKay of Chaudl.-r cousin of the bride- useful gifts were received. ' The wedding is set for Sep- tember 3, at 8:00 p.m., in the United Methodist Church of Ma- lakoff. leri Smith Receives Degree Denton, Mrs. Jeri Smith of Malakoff was among 59 senior honor graduates receiving de- grees at summer commence- ment Saturday night (Aug. 14) at North Texas State Univer- sity. Of 735 bachelor's degree re- Mr. and Mrs. Maynard D. Fow- ler, Malakoff, was graduated cum laude. She is a 1967 grad- uate of Malakoff High School. MALAKOFF NEWS -- August 20, 1971 -- Page Five Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger To Be Honored Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston cipients, one was graduated and daughters, Penney and summa cum laude, 14 magna Kim, of Fashing. Texas. arrived cum laude and 44 cum lame. here last week-end and picked The university also awarded up Mrs. Bess Parks, and Mrs. 409 master's degrees and 62 Vera Johnston, and they all doctor's degrees, took a weeks vacation trip. Mrs. Smith, the daughter of They went first to Memphis, --------- Tenn. where they visited with The daughters of Mrs. Lee mer Miss Mary Tidmore, came Mr. and Mrs. Bob Banner and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parks, Riddlesperger, Mrs. Victor to Malakoff from Alabama with children, Chris and Craig, from then to Mountain Home, Ark. Lewis of Malakoff, Mrs. John her family in 1897. She was a Kansas City, were visiting with and then to Mt. Nebo where Dement of Tyler, and Mrs. Bob former school teacher, having Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rice on they spent a night. They arriv- Wileman of Tyler, and a niece, taught at Goshen, Payne Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rice ed back in Trinidad on Thurs- Mrs. Tom Taylor of Houston, Springs, and Eustace before were residents of Kansas City day. . are honoring their mother and marrying the late Lee Riddles- before moving to Malakoff, and aunt on August 22nd in the Fel- perger in 1911. Mr. Banner managed the su- Bill Redwine of Kemp visit- lowship Hall of First United Friends and relatives are in- permarket in their neighbor- ed with friends in Trinidad on Methodist Church of Malakoff. vited to call from 2:00 to 4:00 hood. Sunday. Mrs. Riddlesperger, the for- p.m. Please, np gifts. ,,..---., . ,, . Boys  .   : It .!  ',, }C,  Basic equipment ; '1 : 11 i i)t '] [I  " '' "r u _- Y \\; for all school age I bl '1 !)  :il.'l  %.@r --"", Boys 6 to 18 .....  if" i11 f't .II I i :;',1 B ys Long Sleeve " "",  ! Ii] ,NCLI I SHIRTS i ! D KNITS P Y ) I .,9 o Our casual shoes provide fine support and take : ,. "  FROM J]-- newfallstyles.O rough andtumble wearsl]oEsill their FoRStride'ALL See,gA ithe .: ii :!, "-'-- - I = l -- x THEFAMILY J ! " Jeans. Jeans. : " -'::>\>::  [] , Boys flares in solids "  : I//,iil' :> (  '\\;and race track stripes 1 FaoM , i l[/il/i :,!";i / /\\; \\;Sizes 1to 18,.,.. F.OM,,., ID // : " ILi/i00 !I /IBo00s heavy denim -"'.. N : 00i//i i! 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