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i! MRS. DICKIE SORRELL [ 0 t, e4, ;11, a candlelight service Sun- was attach at the sh0lders I ,September 3rd, at the Unit- Her ven, winch feu .m mr ec d:" 1 | Methodist Church of Mala- tiers, was crownea wim pearts. ] [, Miss Carolyn Lee and The bridal bouquet was white his] ikie Sorrell were united in carnations and stephanatis. d" Mrs. Patricia Andrews of Dal- &apos;riage. ' v. Wayne Cannon of Mal- .: ff and Rev. Billie Bonner of :inkston performed the dou- . ring ceremony before an 31 Pea ,C tl of Lily of The Valley green- ?li' with four candelabra on ,ler side, flanked with bas- W of white gladiolas tied with Ll' satin bows. |:lrs. Patsy Thompson was d anist, and Britt Thompson d t g,, "The Twelth of Never" 'The Lord's Prayer," ac- Panied by Miss Melinda e n at the piano. bride was given in mar- ge by her father Bet floor-length, empire style of white crepe with white overlay to the waistline trimmed with seeded accented with bell-shap- lace sleeves and a wide lace trim at the hemline. floor-length train of lace las, sister of the groom, serv- ed as Matron of Honor. She was dressed in a princess style for- mal of pink silk with pink lace trim around the puffed sleeves and neckline. Her head piece was a pink bow with pink net attached. The brides-maids, Miss Lucia- da McKay of Chandler and Mrs. Lamer Matthews of Corsicana, were dressed identically as the Matron of Honor. They each carried a pink stem carnation. Miss Michalle Andrews of Dal- las was flower girl. She wore a pink silk formal with lace trim. Mr. Ricky Sorrell of Athens, twin brother of the groom, was Best Man. Billy Lee of Maim koff, brother of the bride, and Joe Neal Graham of Malakoff were the groomsmen. Stun Me- Kay of Chandler was ring bear- er. Ushers, Bobby Popham and Trinidad The Tuesday Bible Study of the Methodist Church met at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. W. C Fleming Jr. Fourteen members were pre- sent for the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. H. E. Marlow. The study of Mat- thew was continued by Mrs. Bama Miller who also closed the meeting with prayer. A time of fellowship was held following the meeting and cake and coffee was served by the hostess. Visiting during the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Air- heart were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Airheart who left on Monday. Granny Airheart returned, tO Beeville with them for a visit. Also here were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cartlidge, Benny and Brenda, who came to visit and also to see young Jeremy Gas- ton, infant son of Jerry and Mary Frank Gaston o Carbon- dale, Ill. Here for his first visit with his grandparents, and with oth- er relatives, was Jeremy Gas- ton of Carbondale, Ill. He was accompanied on the trip by his Max Brown of Dallas, also serv- ed as candlelighters. At the reception which fol- lowed in Fellowship Hail, the bride's table was covered with a pink satin cloth with an over- lay of lace. Her bouquet served as the centerpiece with two can- delabra on each side. Her three- tiered cake was decorated with pink rosebuds and topped with the Bride and Groom. Serving in the party were Linda and Brenda Arthus of Cross Roads, Faith Hollings- worth of Athens, Mrs. Don Andrews of Athe, and Mrs. Eva Jo Roberts of Waxahachie. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Malakoff High School. She is employed with Lone Star Gas Compeny in Dal- las. He is employed with Texas Power and Light Company. For travel the bride wore a gold knit dress with brown ac- cessories and an orchid. After a short wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Kaufman at the Ritz Apart- merits. September 10, 1971 -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- Page Five Ground Breaking Calvary Baptist Church On Sunday, September 5, the a financial report on the Build- prayer led by Lelan Williams. Calvary Baptist Church had ing Fund. The building plans show an L ground breaking services for a Mr. R. H. Lohman, Chairman shaped building with over 4,000 Venus new building of educational and of the Building Committee, then sq. ft. It will be brick with auditorium space to be next to climbed on the ground digging colored Krinklglas windows, parents, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry the present structure, machine accompanied by Tony air-conditioned and central Gaston. They were guests in Bro. C. L. Bryant, Pastor, Bradley to dig the first scoops heat. There wilt be twelve class The Trinidad Trojans opened and out during the week with welcomed the members and of dirt in preparing for the lay- rooms, choir, auditorium, kitch- their football season here Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaston. Also visitors, and introduced the ing of the foundation. Ca, baptistry, rest rooms, vest- day night at 7:30 p.m. against visiting the Gastons were Mrs. special guests, Bro. Donald The service was closed in ibule, nice corridors and pus- Venus. The Trojans are beginn- Judy Story and daughters, Kris- Pruitt, Secretary of State Mis- tor's study, ing the season with a new coach ti and Missy, Mrs. Arvil Craw-siGns of Dallas, and Bro. Odell Limerick Rites capacity.of auditorium 175 and a young ball club, a lot of ford, Kim and Kelly of Lances- Terrell of Payne Springs, and the educational building spirit and a lot of preparation. ter, and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. preacher and contractor, will hold 185. Jim Fikes, head coach, had Newson and David of Lances- Bro. Terrell brought the morn- Funeral services for Bobby Yml- Neighb been working the past few ter. ing message from Psalm I, to Frank Limerick, 20, Slocum, 0   weeks to put the team together. th-. 85 persons present, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. Probable starters Thursday Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Gaston Following the message the S. Maple of Trinidad, wereheld ;/ / .... i  ''r' .... Billynight on offense were Center,Tart, Guard, ThomasFraz. were Hosts on Sunday for a re- congregation went to the build- Sunday at Slocum with burial  / ":i; ,h ../ , ier, Split End, Dirk Steele, tirement party honoring her ingsite where Bro. Bryant in- in the Strong Memorial Park. ,%.' ( ) </i:: ,., ., We00,oy Wa0000en parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank troduced the Biulding Commit- The Hassell and Foster Fu- ,:,  /-  ,; 7\\;J_'  Wing Back, Mike Hart, and Ballew, at their home in Ath- te: R. H. Lohman, D. Freeman, neral Home was in charge of the / Tailback, Billy Hornbuckle. De- ens. Allen Lundy, Bill Yates and Le- service. .lanWilliams. Mr. Limerick, a native of - ;' .'A ] fensive down men were Bill MS=[-- Martlnz--- He also recognized the trus-Raymondville and a resident of  " [/ / Hornbuckle, and Joel Dune- tees and finance committee: Slocum for 11 years, was killed cusky. Defensive Middle line- Mi!burn Lelan Wil- \\; [ 1 '': backer, Billy Tart, Corner back, Chancy, in South Vietnam August 25. liams, and Bill Yates. Mr. He was a member of the "Sure, we have a reqm.st Warren and Steele, and safety, Hart. f,rlo Chan, Church Treasure, gave Slocum Baptist Church. -get lost!'" OelllbU Sunday TrinidadTr0jans ! Ready For Mrs. Maude S. Martin passed away Friday, September 3rd at the Cedar Lake Nursing Home in Malakoff after a long illness. Paschal Ftmeral Home was in charge OF arrangements here,, where the body layed in state  Saturday, an(i was trarsported to German, Texas for services at the Higginbotham Funeral Chapel and interment in the Gorman Cemetery Sunday after- 110011. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. BoO)ie Eaton of Trinidad, Mrs. Wiilye Water- man of Sa. Antonio, and Mrs. Bernice Smith of Brownwood; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Hooker of Fort Worth and Mrs. Irene Mor- ris of Granbury; one brother, Mr. Jack Chancy of Rockdale; six grandchildren; ten great grand-children, and 15 nieces and nephews. SAtE SPECIAU * tit t "t'- CAMPBELL'S Expert Watchmaking and Jewelry R,mtr Phone OR S-$132 ATHENS, TEXAS Frigidaire! 1-18 laundry pair has00, Permanent Press Care Petmanent Press Care on both washer and dryer. Gentle agitation with rinses. Controlled Flowing Heat with automatic cool-down period. Together they help prevent wrinkloHave ironing. Model WCDS Washer ....... 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