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Wednesday, October 31, 2001 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 5B Goegelein, Hardy marry00 I Letters to Editorl Friends by choice i i ii,ii'!  + +iiii!i!iiiiiiiii'iiiiii: Christopher Blair Hardy and Silvia Goegelein were united in marriage on Sunday evening of September 2, 2001 at the First Baptist Church Washington Street in Petersburg, Virginia. The Reverend Page Fulgham, the groom's uncle, and Rever- end Dean Frazuer officiated the wedding ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Walter Bernd Goegelein of Hoechestad, Germany and Kordula Waizenhoefer of Ansbach, Germany. The groom is the son of Howard and Mercedes Hardy of Malakoffl a graduate of Sam Houston State University, Huntsville and a Captain in the United States Army. Miss Manuela Goegelein, the bride's sister was the Maid of Honor and Howard Hardy, the groom's father, was Best Man. Miss Sara Anderson, daughter of CPT and Mrs. Wyeth Anderson served as the flower girl. CPT Eric Van De Hey served as usher. A formal dinner was given for the wedding party, family and friends at The Walker House, a historical antebellum home. Each dining table was covered in floor length white linen clothes enhanced by a collec- tion of various sized flora ar- rangements of white roses, pale green hydrangeas and lav- ender stephanotif with assorted votive candles surrounding the arrangements. The three tiered Milano almond wedding cake with apricot filling and Euro- pean icing was decorated with fresh white roses, asparagus fern and lavender organza rib- bon. Following dinner, Mrs. Wyeth Anderson directed tra- ditional German wedding fes- tivities for the guests who trav- eled from Germany, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Kansas and Virginia. CPT. and Mrs. Hardy will soon be stationed in Fort Hood for the next three years. Dear Editor, A couple of weeks ago, I read a letter printed in this pa- per criticizing Caney City's newest establishment, Downy's. Since I'm the sort who re- alizes that there are two sides to every story, and my curios- ity was piqued, I decided to check it out for myself. My wife and I have since gone there to eat and dance on several occasions and can find no fault what so ever. The food is great, the dance floor is equal to or better than anyplace around, the house has a good band on weekends and the people, from the owner and manager to the wait staff, have all been very professional and extremely friendly. We moved to Malakoff from Tyler a couple of months ago and believe me, Downy's equals, if not surpasses, any- place Tyler has to offer. I tip my cap to the owner for bringing Downy's to Caney City and I hope it's customers appreciate it and support it. I hope it's a successful venture. I recommend it to anybody looking for good food, good dance music and good folks. Richard Barndt Dear Editor, My concern regarding the creation of the Neches and Trinity Valleys Groundwater Conservation District on the November 6th Ballot. After considerable evalua- tion, I find that the Texas Re- source Conversation Commis- sion should continue to be the controlling state agency to control groundwater in this county. I find that the fees to be charged to water distribu- tors by this Bill are uncontrol- lable. I feel that another bu- reaucracy enacted by our State Government is not needed. I encourage the vot- ers of Henderson County to vote against the last item on the November 6th Ballot. Hubert Tindel Trojans pounce Milford Continued fiom page 8A Milford scored again. Donnie was lost. The Trojans had 11 Hart capped the score for Trinidad with a 45 kick-off re- turn and a 63-28 win. Burton sent four kicks through the goal for two extra points each time and passed once to Hart for one plus point. Aaron Colvin commanded the quarterback spot. In all Trinidad rushed for 410 yards on 38 carries that led to 9 touchdowns. The team passed for 4 of 5 for 36 yards. With five fumbles, only one Lakeview Landscape & Garden Center (Formerly McDade 's) e November 3rd thru 1 lth 50% Off Bedding Plants 40% Off Shrubs and Trees 30% Off Chemicals, Hardgoods, Organics. Fountains and Gift Items * no other discounts apply Store hours: Mon. thru Sat. 8:30-5:00 :00 274 S. Tool." 90 Lakeview@stoutinternet.com www.lakeviewlandscape.net www.cedarcreeklaketexas.com/lakeview penalties for 95 yards and 15 first downs, Milford rushed for 185 yards, 35 carries, and three TDs, passed for 8 completions of 23 attempts for 179 yards and one TD, with one interception. Milford lost the ball three times to Trinidad and had 11 first downs. Penelope, with one game in the win side, meets the Tro- jans next week. Trinidad leads in district competition. Continued from page 8A Mimi stayed busy raising babies. Papa is gone now, but the family members keep him alive by speaking frequently of their memories. "We will most certainly pass on our love and respect for him," said Kristi. Mimi, now a resident of Ce- dar Lake Nursing Service, is described as always "busy" while Papa ran the store. Ac- cording to her family, she was a "God-fearing Christian woman who took care of her children and then her grand- children. Occasionally she threatened with a dreaded "green belt," but no one re- members ever seeing it. Of course, many of the school- age great-grandchildren will not get to know their Mimi as an active woman, but they still have her to see and love. The Warrens are deeply connected to Trinidad be- cause of their history here. Only eight of the group actu- ally live anywhere else. A family member said, "Some- day we are sure these will come to their senses and get back home!" For the last 60 consecutive years, at least one member of the Warren family has been a student at Trinidad ISD. Cur- rently, there are seven en- rolled-Bryn, 14, and Bran- don "Bubba" Boyd, 12, chil- dren of James and Kristi Boyd; Jasey Spivey, 13, daughter of Phillip and Kasey Spivey; Brendon, 13, and Haley Stewart, 11, children of Tommy and Lori Stewart; Kaylee Callahan, 10, daugh- ter of Duane Callahan, Kasey Spivey and Larry and Fran WHAT',.5 POPPZ N' Thinking Christmas ? Ie i i i .- i i i i i "I Please Order Early IBuy 1 lb. Fudge and I For Best Selection. IReceive 1/4 lb. Free! ! (Corporate Gifts Welcome) !. I I I I I I I I I II 607 E. Tyler St (Heritage Square)- Ste 114 Athens, TX 75751 903-677-5861 Estes, and Hannah Thompson, 6, daughter of Mark and Tamra Thompson. In 2006, the Warren family should have 13 cousins in the Trinidad school system. Plus the above, there is Dustin Miller, son of Jared Miller and Bran and Summer McCoy, his brother Juddson Miller, and baby brother Cully McCoy, son of Bran and Summer McCoy. Cully could be in kindergar- ten along with Austin Warren, son of Mikey Warren and Stacie Palmer. Maci Estes, daughter of Tanya Estes, could be in first grade with her older brother Nicolas in the third grade at the same time with cousin Dustin. The parents of these cous- ins were really testing memo- ries with their name choices: Bryn, Brendon, and Brandon; Haley and Kaylee; Jasey and her mother Kasey. The grandparents of the children suffer as Lucille Warren, Mimi, did as her grandchil- dren grew, when she had to call the roll to get the right name she wanted. The mothers of the great- grandchildren have a system. If one of the cousins gets into trouble, the mother of that child will know it before he/ she gets home. The kids seem willing to "express concern" as long as they are not the cousin in trouble. That way the mothers communicate, but they expect changes when the older cousins get cars; getting to ride with someone might make him less likely to "have concern" and share experi- ences. A family, quite different, yet somehow the same, which be- gan when two people fell in love many years ago. A part of them--their hopes, dreams, beliefs, and passions--can be found in each of the family members they created. They are united in times of happi- ness and sorrow; they laugh and play with each other; they aspire and plan together. May it always be so. Your Party Supply Store! Costumes Accessories Decorations Largest Selection on the lake! We have your every need for Halloween 439 N Gun Barrel Ln. Gun Barrel Cit TX 75147 903-880-0227 903-880-4223 Gunfight Schedule Random Holdups, Train Robberies and Ambushes are held on Saturdays between 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and then on Sundays between 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Regularly scheduled gunfights will be held at various locations on Saturday and Sunday throughout The Mountain. Look for the schedules posted around The Mountain for the most up-to-date information on the Gunfighters and Gunfights.