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4A--The MalakoH News, 11mrsday, Sept. 1,1983 MRS. RICKY DON SPRING CREEK R.V. Selm & Servicll Hwy. 3] 2 miles east of Malakof 489-1163 MALAKOFF AUTO SUPPLY 20l S, Terry Malakoff 489-0169 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE lOG N. Terry 489-1909 Marhn and Karen Perkins IIIII1! I IIIII IIIII J CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 II FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 3] W. 489-0538 Open Sum-Thurs. 8 to 7 I:r+, an(J Sat+ 8 to 8. TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-]292 The Tanner Family DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us 6|1 Highway 31 En! 489.1533 Mr and Mrs Bud Oulaney OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489.1779 Malakoft MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER IZ5 g. Taw/ Vtvil Jack JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489-0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489.0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison McKINNERNEY i \ i [ i MIss Mona Fellce Cloutier and Ricky cuffed sleeves featured a semiflchu cuff Leonard andJames Kurth. The bride's table was cov+ered~n~i~~ J Don McKinnerney were united in of embroidered organdy which edged The bridegroom wore a class/c greay ivory over-laid with lace ~ ~ |~.._ marriage Saturday, August 27, 1983, at the deep decolletage of the bodice. The cutaway tux with striped trousers, bouquets of the bridesmaids'~.~tad | i~.. 2 p.m. The double ring ceremony was ankle length, bouffant embroidered white pleated shirt and wing collar and tiered wedding cake was .~'~-M I L~.~I~ performed by the Reverend Dan Miller skirt was gathered in pleats and ascot tie. His attendants wore formal ivory sugar-spun lilies m.,~J~ at Chapelwood United Methodist Char- overlaid with a detachable organdy drak grey stroller cut tax with wln8 vWai~ey and garlands of s~.~ ch in Houston. Madison ClouUer read skirt that tied at the waist and extended collar pleated shirts. The fathers of the scallops. Silk flowers w ere~ i |il,,."~. the scriptures, into a chapel length train. Further couple wore formal black tux with the tiers corners ands ~ ~.l~ The bride is the daughter of Mr. and enhancing the dress was a fingertip veil white pleated shirts with wing collars colors of pink, burgandY.~ ~ [ Mrs. Joseph Jack Cloutier of Shiner. of imported English silk illusion with and bow ties. All wore boutonniers of tones crowned the strsw~", l ~'~ She Is the granddaughter of Mrs. Er- rolled edges deepened in three tiers stephonitis and greenery, confection. nest HaJek of Shiner and Mr. and Mrs. from a Juliet cap of the embroidered Witnesses were the honor attendants, The groom's cake waS a s~t~ll I ~,~'. organdy. She wore satin slippers and Mrs. Steven Glomb and Jeff Dubeee. ~wrence Philip Cloutier of Monroe, confection decorated w~ on g~t. I ~,,7.d her mother's pearl necklace. She ob- For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. borders and sugar-spun ru~ -- , [ ~'he groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.served the traditional something old, Cloutier chose a formal gown of lilac ttce work icing. - ..~ I .~'-"~ Donald Harrison McKinnerney of new, borrowed and blue and her father matte taffeta and ivory embroidered Punch was served fro~~ ~" J ~L" Malakoff and the grandson of Mrs. Er- slipped a coin minted in the year of the lace. The bodice was designed with a and champagne was serve, ~ ~tl ~,, nest Goldsmith of Sulphur Springs and bride's birth in her shoe. To complete scallop edged square neckline of ivory tles iced in silver bowls .... va~.~llt~t~ Mrs. J. R. McKinnerney of Rising Star. the attire, the bride carried a free-form frosted ribotzine scroll embroidered on AI Marks, pianist, provid~._~s~J ~ J ~i~ Mrs. Lay Harris, organist, played a cascade of calla lilies and summer creamy lace over taffeta. The graceful of classical and popular,~e~t~ [ ~tt" prelude of wedding selections, greenery intersperced with stepbonitis, slipper length skirt of lilac matte taf- entertainment and danCl~ " - [~ Following the seating of the mothers, Mrs. Steven Glomb attended her feta was sasbed at the waist and aecen- the evening. ]dd~i[i~ Rev. and Mrs. Dan Miller sang "Let Us sister as Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids ted with a long sleeve, Mandarin collar For the wedding trip M~.......m et~ J t~"?~ Climb the Hill Together" and "That Is were Mrs. Madison Cloutier, sister-in- Jacket swirled with ivory ribbizine nay was wearing a red silg -~ ~,[ The Way", self accompanied with law of the bride and Miss Connie scroll embroidery, matching accessories. . . ~e~..j guitar. During the lighting of the Unity McKinnerney, sister of the groom. Miss She carried a pearl beaded bag and The bride is a 1978 grad~td~j~ d M J ii~_"~. Candle, Rev. and Mrs. Miller sang Melanie Leash Cloutier attended her wore lilac colored silk Peruvian lilies High School and a 1981 gr.ao.~e~,J ~i "The Wading Song" and Mrs. Miller aunt as the junior bridesmaid. The at- and foxtail in her hair. University of Texas,A~tl~,:,,~J ~. J ~,m[1 sang "The Lord's Prayer" at the tendants were gowned alike in formal The mother-of-the-groom wore a received a Bachelor o~ P~.'~I~[II~ closing of the ceremony, gowns of silk cerise tissue taffeta. The formal, A-line nordic rose chiffon gown ministration degree inf ti~.; js"-J~ail~ Miss Darlene Roquemore and Mrs. fitted bodice was fashioned with opera styled with a high, Victorian neckline, a member of Phi Beta t;~. ,~l~ lJP"|,l~e~~ Mlke Tambarellodistributedceremony length lantern sleeves and portrait sheer yoke, full sleeves and fitted ternational Lending intern w, d J programs at the church entrance,necklines edged with a wide ruffle waistline accented with a satin sash. To First Bank, Houston. ~,,mte ~ I Q,,,'~. Ivory satin bows and greens marked which dipped to a deep U in the back. complete her ensemble, she wore mat- The groom is a .19q8 ~"1 l~l ~.~ pews of the center aisle where the bride Cummerbunds circled the waists of the chins accessories and a corsage of rose Malakoff High SchOOt -" ~l made her entrance and exit. The alter slightly gathered princess skirts which colored Peruvian lilies interspersed aduate of the Untversity--~et~[ ~nee~ gr . _Jn]~lt, w~ ;n| mli~n~ table was adorned with an fell to slipper length in front and formed with foxtail. Austin, where he receives,' 7~ ~1. A ~= arrangement of ivory calla lilies inter- a train at the hack. They wore dyed to Special guests were the gran- Business Administration ~o~'d ~1 I1~~ spersed with summer greenery. Pairs match slippers and carried silkdmothers of the couple, Mrs. Enrest finance and was a me~ f Texas ' of brass candlesticks holding tapers bouquets centered with a large cerise Hajek, Mrs. Ernest Goldsmith and Mrs. Universit. y o. "o e~w-~s~;~J~&--~. graced each side of the arrangement, amaryllis surrounded with Peruvian J.R. McKinnerney They wore formal Association. He m emPl Y. ~ a.~| Itk=.~ The Unity Candle on a brass standard lilies of the same color, mauvegowns complimented with silk keep- InterFirst Bank Southwes~ t~I~ was placed at the right side of the alter, dogwood, foxtail, tropical leaves and sake corsages of pale pink santa roses merclal Credit Analyst. , ,.,cl.~[ ~7,,.~ The bride was escorted to the alter Boston fern. trimmed with dainty ecrulace. Following wedding travel-~n.'- [~ and given in marriage by her father. Jeff Dubose served as best man.Immediately following the ceremony the couple will reside in H ot~; ! ~ She chose to wear the wedding gown Groomsmen were Monte Green and a buffet reception hosted by the parents REHEARSAL on McJ and veil that her mother wore for her Douglas Wintermute. Donnie McKin- of the bride was held in the Texas Mr and Mrs D -~tt~[~ . er w,- .~ L~t~ wedding in 1950. The dress, a creation nerney served his brother as junior Ballroom of the Dnnfey Houston Hotel. hosted the rehearsal d~_ ~e~:J~ of embroidered imported Swiss organ- groomsman. Ushers included M~dison Guests were greeted by Miss Toni Post, Miss Cloutier, Mr., Mc,~r~d~ll~ dy with wide fitted waislband and short Cloutier, br,:' ',er of the bride, ~evin smith.Mrs" Curtis Klein and Miss, Emily Gold- immediatemembers Offamiliesthe weoam~in the~tl~W~'Iv='hd .~[ ~1~1~1~t, / / < BRADSHAW INSI The guest registry was attended by of the Dunfey Houston "-i q~." / / AGENCY Miss Diane Siege] and covered with an August 26, 1983. ///' 111 / , MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Jamu I. gtrtnpr, Minlzter Bible Study ..................... 0:30 a,m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:25 s.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ ~:00 p.m. Wednesday Service ............. 8:30 p.m. Wedltesday Lad/es Bible Class.. ! O: ~ a. h FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF Wtililm Rtmbo, Pamtor 8unduy ~hool .................. ~:4~ a.m 8uminy Morning Wo~hlp ....... I1:0e x.m. Sunday Erasing Wm'sh/p ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednaeday Worship ............. 7: ee p. m. ~Girll Auxiliary, Sunday ......... e:ee p.m. WMU, ~ny ................. e:ee n.m, (.,'bob" Practice: L~tmdny, Celebration ........... ~ :00 p. m Wed~uoay, ~otmg Musichtns. 3:~ u.m+ ~unday, Adult Choir ........... st:00 p.m. Wednesday. Music Makers .... ?: 00 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Hu0y (~emen~ P~flor ~undsy 6bool ................. 10:~ a.m. Morning W~wship .............. II:M a.m. Evening Worubip ................ 0:3# p.m. wednesday Chancel Choir ....... "/:~ p.m. United Methodist Women meet 2rid and 4tb Mondays .......... Z:30 p.m. FFF mee~ lit lad 31"11 TuNduvII i :0@ u.m. MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ken ~mm, Pmtw Sunday Seheel .................. t:4S a.m. Sunday Morning Warship ....... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening W~'ehip ........ 7:00 p.~p~ Wednesday Mid-week Service... t: 0e p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Lynn Emile, Putw 4b I I TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Omuld IL Wtke, Mini~r Sunday School .................. n:~0 u.m. 8m~iny Maiming Weesbip ....... 10:30 u.m. Sm~ley Evening Wet'ship ........ 8:e0 p.m. 8tlmluy &mtg Service ............ $: 30 p.m. Wed~e~lny Mid-wash ........... ?: 30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Class. IO:O0 It,m. CALVARY BAPTIST (~HURCH OF TRINIDAD Bill Wahoo, Min~er Sunday 8~hool .................. n:4~ a.m. Sunday Mornins Worship ....... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Training Service ........ e:O0 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:0e p.m. Wednesday Worship ...... ., ...... 7:30 p.m. Auxiliary. Wedneeduy ........... ~:30 P.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINII~AD 0tnw/llolw, MinMw Sunday School ................. IO:OOa,m. Sunday khool .................. e:45 a.m. Worabip Service ............... 11:00 a.m. Sunday Mm.nins Worship ....... It:e# s.m, Sunday Night ..... .............. a:eo p.m. Sunday Etching Wet~bip ........ 7:0e p.m. W~ln~edny Nisht ............... 1:30p.m.Wedne~y ..................... 7:0@p.m. CROSS ROADS FIRST UNITED METHODIST South Taw/ MelakOfl 489-1335 Bill and lle~ llrad~haw T-SHIRT HUT 101 E. Mitcham 489-1055 Malakoff THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry I First Savings & Loan of Malakoff Highway 31 East 489-0991 I II II K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mn. Jeff HoI~I~ II ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner II III McCooI's Dept. Store 4119-1532 Jack McCool McKEE LUMBER CO. ~8 [. llo,/all Blvd. 48S~J27 l~m~/, Manlpr FEED BOX Ilave lunch with ua Ilftllr ivory pleated cloth overlaid with lace and centei'ed with an arrangement of pink satin rice roses in a white basket. Potted palms and green plants were placed at vantage points throughout the ballroom. Individual tables for the guests were covered with ivory cloths and centered with flower arrangemen- ts. Serving tables were covered with ivory cloths over-laid with lace. An arrangement of burgandy, lavendar and pink assorted flowers with summer greens cascaded from the silver pedestal container which centered the cross shaped buffet table. Silver trays and chaffing service held fruits and melons, varieties of cheeses, chicken drummettes, Swedish meatballs, vegetable and relish trays and chips and dips. The head table was ivory pleated flower arrar shades of with summer seated at pleated cloths and arrangements head table. with pink menu burgandy napkins coveres with The menu melon collage London Broil baked potatoes, chef's and Mousse Parfait. The best man led toasts and gifts were wedding party and VFW Post 4133 and the ladies Auxiliary By NORMA BOAZ I The Ladies Auxiliary for Veterans of proud to give this to o~ ~o/~dI ~t~ Foreign Wars Post 4133 had their There ~re many tl~. $.~ _.~li(u,.q~ regular meeting Aug. 16 at 7:30 p.m. " ' ! with fifteen members present and two It-~ guests. The guests were Colleen Richards, Post 3366, Corsicana and Eve Baldwin, Post 3906, Kaufman. We e+ dmuo ,or.,ove offering from Della McEntire and gave a Mrs. Brownlee a love offering at thls .,, I tt~u meeting. ~-~ . lq~(~ ~P | ,.~ We had lots of discussion on the ~ervlce The VFW have a float this year as always. At this time we do not know what the theme Nav Air Traffic Contry_.~ ~J~.~ will be. Our post will serve a lunch of MichaYel Curtis-TilliS, barbecued chicken and probably potato mie and Irene MayS o~ "~r~w I ,~ salad and possibly baked beans. It was graduated from the AirI~[; ,t~ not completely decided, troller School. tl~ Everyone w~ made aware of the The,,week co~e'~, ~~ District #30 meeting which will be at Technical Tra}~~l~ ~ ~L~ Post 4376 on Sept. 11 and 12. This wiU be Tenn., prepar ,, "on ~gi~ the very first meeting held as District They studied flight .,,.,,.--,.n~Jr t +,i~ti0~ "~l~J; ~" 1 #30. amy m an air s~a-._,o P~1~~ On Sept. 20, the veterans from the VA aids to aircraft nav; k-qIt H+pital w~ be at our po~t in the ~x~eJ~n~P;r~a~t ~FTi a~e~+it ~;;1~ ~ evening. We will have our regular meeting at 7:30. This will be the first official visit made to our post by our District #30 Ladies Auxiliary President received FAA certificati "- ,~ t ~i Mary Vinson. We are looking forward tower operations. to it. Louise Slater resigned as secretary at Post 4133. Norms Boaz was asked to fill the job and was installed into the office Aug. 13, by I-Iflda Coney. District #30 needs flags. Our post voted to give I58.13 to pay for our portion of the District flags. We are Michael Womack of Womack of Athens, in the U. S. ArmY sergeant first clasS. Womack is an specialist with the U. Department Activity Wood, MO. He received an 19e~ His wife, Darla, is V. and Dorothy S. Don't of fresh coffee, for the best flavor. holding tanks, can will dull your