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4A--The Ma!ak0ffNewsrThU~day, 0ct._8,198_11- *LITTLE LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE agent for Mayflower ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION. 214-874-4221 31 Corsicana, Texas Beautiful lawns require fall fertilization Malakoff Nursery & Garden Center Gary Reeves Hwy. 31, Malakoff Ralph Reeves Entire Stock Of (Hart Schaffner & Marx, Christian Dior, Botany 500, Hardwick and Others MRS. WILLIAM A. RAMSEY By Halston Reg. $318.00 Entire Stock Of 4O In a candlelight ceremony solemized at Pleasant Run Baptist church of Lan- caster Saturday, Sept. 12, Lynda Jo Turner became the bride of William A. Ramsey. The Rev. Edgar Terrell of- ficiated. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Joan Turner and the late Harold G. Turner of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Ramsey of Malakoff. Virginia Ritz of Duncanville was her aunt's maid of honor. Brenda Fluitt, also of Duncanville, served as matron of honor. Robert McClain of Athens served as best man. Bridesmaids included Karen Horn, Sharon Horn, both of Lancaster an dCheree Ramsey, sister of the groom of Malakoff. Groomsmen were Ronnie Hawkins and the groom's brother, Samuel Ram- sey, both of Trinidad, David Ramsey, brother of the groom and Frank Turner of Cedar Hill, brother of the bride. Serving as flower girls were Glenda Boone and Shirley Turner, nieces of the bride. Ring bearers were Angela and Danny Ramsey, nephew and niece of the bride and groom. Rice bearers were James Ritz, Jr., and Robert Turner, nephews of the bride, Billie Turner, niece of the bride, and Shonda Ramsey, niece of the groom. Ushers were Billy Watson of DeSoto and Gary Attmo of Dallas, cousin of the groom. Grandparents of the couple in atten- dance were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huffman of Dallas and Mrs. Sam Ramsey of Duncanville. Vows were repeated before an arch- way entwined with greenery and flanked by candelabras which were ~lso entwined with greenery. Pews were marked with baby blue satin bows. Pre-nuptial music was provided by Jo Lynn Weems, organist. Joe Terrell and Elise Dimon sang "Always and Forever". Sandra Leavelle sang "God, a Woman and a Man" accompanied by Darla Hazekamp at the piano. "Color My World" was sung by Keith Gregory of Duncanville, accompanied by Denise Longino on the flute and Darla Hazekamp at the piano. To the strains of Mendelssohn's "The Wedding March," the sanctuary escorted by brothers, Frank L. and ner. She chose a gown overlaid with for her wedding. It Anne neckline, Queen lace sleeves and a cha The gown was pearls, lace motifs carried a cascade roses, baby blue carnatio~,~ forget-me-nots with clusters breath and streamers of t satin, attached to a Bible. The bridal attendants length gowns of baby with floral design they carried white with white silk roses, baby tied with baby blue wore white and blue lace white satin streamers. Junior attendants wore baby blue gowns with fon ruffles. The junior wore navy blue suits. The groom and best man blue tuxedos with dark Groomsmen wore navy ID The length baby blue gown matching baby blue lace. mother wore a floor gown. Guests were greeted James Ritz, Jr., A reception, mother, was held in fellowship hall. The covered with a white overlaid with blue vases held clusters of The four-tiered white was trimmed with blue featured a water. The cake was bride and groom served from a belonged to the Her sisters, Mrs. Bob James Ritz, Sr., Mrs. and her sister-in-law 'r ner, served at the The groom's table was with a white linen cloth baby blue netting. The a minature candelabra greenery and blue cat table held a portrait of groom's chocolate cake shape of inter-lockin Serving at the Mrs. Samuel P. sister, and Mrs. Hi sister-in-law of the bride. For her wedding tril ' / / a navy blue dress ' .. L... __ ~ ~,~ ~ piping around the neck F~.~'~! ....... ~/' [] ....................................................................... [] accented by a corsage ,, Hart Schaffner& Marx ..... : ....... ........-- roses. Reg. $42.50 to $55.00 11 : i casterHigh Schl' She " . _ ::~.~-_..~.~_~ ! ployed by "It's a Child' *Prices & Sizes to Fit Everyone ;PORTEntire Stock ofCOAT Jaymar $3TSB Sans-a-Belt !t :- i /; ~ .......... c ~ care center. The groc ~ iis emplOyed by CustOm !ingraduate Out-of-town Athens of Malakoff guests inc Hi t '~ Mrs. W. F. Fladd of At] Camel Hair, Wools, Tweeds, Mrs. DeWayne Moseley ( Herringbone, Blazers, Suedes, Plaids, and $@ 88 :BUSINESS OWNERS Cannot Be i Paul Robinson of Red' Mrs. Paul B. Holder of Many Others II Without GENERAL LIABILITY IN- i Frankie Deathridge of *Largest selection ever to choose from Higgins SURANCE, That PAYS FOR MEDICAL j Richard N. Dunkam ot TREATMENT Of INJURIES In Theand Mrs. Bill Hampton( ' Reg. $30.00 to$32.50 Body, That May Occur On Their and Mrs. Raymond G. F Athens, Mr. and Mrs. $--ee24 Premises, Amanda and Jennifer of Ruth Dutton of DallaS, ' Boone of Mingus, Bol rt, Tammy McLain of Athens, Haggar Reg. $25.00 to $30.00 L2~e;na? thshOOrt lewadred' home in Trinidad. p Short Sleeve By Puritan, Jockey & Arrow Reg. $18.00 to $25.00 Entire Stock Of By Jockey Reg.$65.00 Large Group Of Shirts, Ties, Shoes, Underwear, Socks, Etc. Large Group Of Touch Control ..... : Cooking ........ /!! :" !' i! Meal-in-One" Convenience easllg fits under kRchen cabinets/ For or Reg. $27.00 to $35.00 By Jartman S| Microwave Oven MEAL INONEt lels you ctKJk a number of complete meals al ~mce Or start other meals v.lth one (hsh ol lwo and add a third food as ~ou cook * 2 stirrer blades lnot lust one) evenly distribute microwaves for delicious results eVefX; time Memongmatice automatic s~vitching (Tom firsl to second cookin~I stage Van Tamp' anc] VariCook' for time or tamp prt~be l (~lktn9 Aulomatic deffosl Automatic Hold-Warm C(;okbcx>k included 050 v,,atts ,ff cooking p(lu,,vr Save 88000 95 489-1000 Hwy. 31 W. inme Malakoff Bill Vi !L