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/ / Zillhart, Clay Hinton United In Marriage s double ring ceremony Friday evening in Drive Baptist Miss Debra Unice became the bride of Hinton. The Rev. Deoer officiated. of th&apos;e'ouple are Mrs. Bob Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Jake all of Athens. was Mrs. Silvia as T" was Mrs. Martha Jeff Williams ac- Miss Carol Dur- she sang "Love and "Time in a bride given in marri- her father, wore a of Chantilly lace, A of the gown and four of Chantilly lace fell waist in layers forming train of satin and A jeweled tiara held multi-tiered fingertip r bouquet was made by It consisted of mums encircled by fern and lace. Tiny white roses entwined with love knots of white satin flowered from her bouquet. Lanny Pepper was the groom's best man. Susie Sumrall was the matron of honor. She is the brides sister. Ushers were Don sumrall, the brides brother-in-law, and Bob Dixon, the grooms brother-in-law, and Nephews of the bride, Donnell Sumrall was candlelighter and David Sumrall was ring bearer. The ring pillow was also made by the brides mother. It was fashioned of .white satin trimmed with lace. There were two satin bows to which the rings were snapped into place on the bow streamers. The reception followed immediately in fellowship hall of the church. The bride's chosen colors of blue and white were used in the decorations. The brides's table had a centerpiece of flowers of white roses, pale yellow roese white daisies and fern. The cake was done with blue roses and was three tiers with a bride and groom on top. Served was also punch and nuts. The groom's table held th the grooms cake. Coffee was served from a silver coffee service. The table was centered with a flower service of white mums with blue accents. Assisting in serving was, Mrs. Christine Phinney, Julie Moore, Linda Dixon, Angela McGee, and Kathy Phinney who presided at the brides register. Following a short wedding trip the couple will make their home in Okinawa where the groom will be stationed with the U.S. Marine Corps. Both bride and groom attended Athens High School. As the bride went down the aisle she presented her mother with a long stem red rose. As the bride and groom went down the aisle, after the ceremony, she presented his mother with a long stem red rose. The bride's mother wore a formal length blue knit dress with fur trim on sleeves at the wrist. The groom's mother wore a formal knit pink dress with pink lace jacket. The matron of honor's dress was blue knit with chiffon sleeves extending to form a short train on back. Her bouquet was fashioned by the bride's mother with white roses, white gladoli and fern. James Riddlesperger Addresses Lions Club i .... i i i  ?ili:ii , Mrs. Clay Hinton For Call Out Orders 489-1895 BEGINNING WEERY FAMILY SPECIALS 5 P. M. To 10 P. M. Th Week Dog with French Fries & Coke James Riddlesperger, a Malakoff native who is pro- fessor of political science at North Texas State Univer- sity told members of the Malakoff Lions Club Thurs- day night he agrees with Benjamin Franklin that "this country has not seen its best days." Riddieeperger traced the two major political parties in the United States back to Thomas Jefferson and Alex- ander Hamilton and to roots in religious beliefs. He said Hamilton, a strict Calvinist, believed one serves God in serving one's self, that salvation comes of good works, while Jefferson, raised in the Episcopal Church and a "catholic" concept that dignified poverty. The Hamilton beliefs led to the Republican Party, while Jefferson's became the basis for the Democratic party, Riddiesperger -mid. Thus the Republican party has become the strong rock of Protestant ethic, the WASP, Riddhsperger said. Minorities and immigrants have always become. Demo- crats, he said. Riddlesperger said that people who started voting in the 50s and since, have not been too attached to a parti- cular party, and tend to label themselves independents, while older voters stuck to 'their party of their fathers. He said that younger voters have become disill- usioned with pallas, govern- ment and politics as a result of Vietnam and Watergate. Riddlesperger said in years when there appeared to be a big transition from one party to another, that basically, Republicans re- mained Republicans and Democrats remained Demo- crats, but the new voters swung the election one way or the other. Assessing changes in voter preferences is made difficult, he said, because terms used to describe po- litical views change. "The word 'Liberal' doesn't mean the same thing today it did 10 years ago," he said. ger said, and the indepen- dent group numbers around 40 per cent of the electorate, with more voters than the Democrats or the Republi- cans. Riddlesperger also noted that this election differs from others because the candidates were selected as a result of primaries in 3G states as opposed to 14 states in prior years. The conventions were, in a sense, already decided by the pri- maries, he said. He also noted this is the first time presidential campaigns are being paid for by tax money, and the candidates are limited in the amounts of outside money they may accept and spend. "I cannot conceive of the government of the U.S. without political parties," Riddhsperger said. "The two houses are organized by the parties. When the president doesn't belong to the same party that domi- nates Congress, he is not effective, he added, ,. The big issues in the campaign are seldom men- tioned, Riddlesperger said. Candidates are sold like soap, he added. "We need parties that face issues and run candidates that address those issues," Riddlperger said ..... James Riddlesperler In 1865 the U.S. Post Office EIGHT GRADERS--Mem- bers of the Malakoff Junior High School Eighth Grade football squad include: [front row, left to right] Ronnie Smith, Russell Ha- DESTROYED-The James Ferguson home on Highway 31 East was totally de- strayed by fire a week ago despite efforts by the Mala- koff Volunteer Fire Depart- ment and several area fire departments to extinguish Obituaryiiii Le|a Maye Everitt Oct. 28, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 3 gers, Curtis Ivy, Scott Ci- ardo, Jerry Graves, Mark Yates, Rusty Wilson, Scott Bullard, [center row] Gene Perry, Joe Ward, Keith Gralgson, Van Baird, Ho- ward Driver, Dan Driver, Gaylon Edwards, Bill Self, Ralph Yates, [back row] manager Ray Durman, Carl Wenton, Calvin Ferrell, Vin- cent Bailey, Dewayne Gray- er, Paul Proctor, John Cross, Richard Jordan, John At- kins, Keith Ratcliff, Coach Leudecker and manager Scott Sprayberry.[Staff Photo by Tom Herline.] S00z00cribe .. Phone 489-0531 FREE R] IEANS FREE B'DELLS of Trinidad Free Jeans For Life Come In Register tar Drawing FREE Hours 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. FREE It l OUR INTEREST IS IN YOU the blase. The house was completely gutted. Mrs. I avIngs N 61 Ferguson and an infant were in the house at the time the fire was discovered' but they I cbti' escaped unhurt. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline] Malakoff 502 E. Royall 489-1957 Funeral services for Mrs. Lela Maye Everitt, 67, of Route 1, Eustace, were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the / Payne Springs Baptist / Church with the Rev. Charlie Woodard and the Rev. Floyd / Loven oficiating. Burial was j in the Payne Springs Ceme- j/ tery under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home of Mabank. Mrs. Everitt died last \\;i Wednesday in a Dallas hos- pital following a lengthy illness. A native of Henderson County, Mrs. Everitt was the daughter of the late William F. Baxley and Eliza- beth Beets Baxley. She was a life-long resident of the Eustace area and a member of the Baptist Church in Payne Springs. Survivors include her husband Herman Everitt of Eustace; one son, Derrell i ! centeP stage DIVISION OF SUE ANN, INC Just Arrived COORDINATES Skirts $' Pants sl ,Jackets Long Skn =28 mo00m '17 Jackets Short S '24" 0"Aci SAYELLE Knitting Yarn 4 oz. Skein SPECIAL Reg. 'I" 77' Everitt of Dallas; three daughters, Mrs. Jean Terrell Shop Kirbyls For of Eustace, Mrs. Florea Scott of Winnsboro, and MEN'S SUITS Mrs. Lorea Stanfield of Colorado Springs, Colo., one CURLEE - H I S- MERIT sister, Mrs. Winnie Jones of Grand Prairie; five brothers, LEVI PANATELA- CAMPUS Preston Bailey of Seago-  ville, Herman Baxley of 20% Off Reg. $72 $,.s0 Dallas, Clyde Baxley of I00 Grand Prairie, R.V. 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