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Mrs. Jerry Leo Taylor THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Ten Friday, Dec. 11, 1970 Malakoff, Texas Miss Teresa Kay Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones, Jr., Rockdale, Texas, be- came the bride of Jerry Leo Taylor, Friday, November 20, at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Trinidad. The Rev. J. N. Foreman officiated the dou- ble ring ceremony. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Taylor, Trinidad, Texas. For the double ring ceremony the church altar was beauti- fully decorated with an arch covered with greenery and wh'te bows. White candelabras, entwined with garlands of greenery holding tapers, and an arrangement of white gladi- olas and pompoms adorned the altar on each side. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown of poau de sole, which was chapel length with a lace train attached at the empire waist. The brides veil was elbow length of sill illusion attached to the lace headpiece enhanced with seed pearls. She carried a cascade bou- quet of white miniature carna- tions centered with a white cat- tleya orchid. Miss Cynthia Jones, sister of |he bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Beverly Hirt of Rockdale and Miss Can- dice Green of Athens. The maid of honor and brides- maids wore identical made gowns in fall colors of gold, olive and deep red respectively with matching headpieces. They carried arrangements of nose- gays of fall colored mums. Chris Dulaney, Malakoff and Gavin McGee, Tyler, cousins of the bride, served as candle bearers. golden bows and a centerpiece made from the bride's bouquet and the attendants nosegays. A traditional three tiered wedding cake adorned one end of the table and golden punch in a crystal service was at the oppo- site end. 00dtu00l A Rehersal Dinner was held on Thursday night preceding the Friday night wedding of Miss Teresa Jones and Mr. Jerry Taylor. The dinner was given by the grooms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Taylor, and was held in the Fellowship Hall of the First Baptist Church. Members of the weddh-dg party were the guests in attendance. The bride's chosen colors, Autumn, were used to decorate the hall. The main centerpiece was a huge basket laden with a colorful assortment of fruits and fall flowers. Also at a van- tage paint on the table was a lazy susan filled with pickles, olives, and relishes. Assorted finger sandwiches were placed on cut glass plates and colorful assorted cookies were served from long trays. Iced drinks nd coffee were served. c hM,0000a s For travel the bride wore a grey and black double knit sheath and matching accesso- ries. She also wore the orchid corsage made from her bridal bouquet. They will be at home on Lone Star Road, Trinidad, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McBt prouldly announce the b their daughter, Christina. C ti was horned Friday, Not at Baylor Hospital in Da She weighed 7 pounds a ounces. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. ([ Dodson of Malakoff are maternal grandparents. She is welcomed by Shellie, and Robin.- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lamb and son, Joey, of Rockdale were vLting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Teetz of Cross Roads over the weekend. Mrs. Howard Miller and her son, Louis Miller, of Browns- ville were in Malakoff last weekend to visit with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. L. T. Waller who is a resident of Cedar Lake Nursing Home. While here they were guests in the J. D. Waller home. On Sunday the J. D. Wailers, the Millers and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waller drove to Quitman to visit Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Mil- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin King and baby daughter, Cheryl of Beaumont arrived in Malakoff yesterday to spend a few da with her parents, the J. D. Wal- lers. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis of College Station were guests Monday night thru Wednesday of his parents, Mr. Smith Lewis. Gary will uating from A&M Mr. and Mrs. Pete had their new little daughter, Christi, from for a weeks visit. spent 3 weeks with her ter and family, Mr. Fred McBurney taking Mike, Shellie, and Robin their mother presented with a new little sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dodson leave her so they home with them. Mrs. Essie Perkins of spent Sunday with hex his family, Mr. and Mrs. mon Perkins. Mrs. Don Suits of (a recent resident of spent Saturday here among friends. Mrs. Myrtle Davis was to M. D. Anderson her daughter, Mrs. Jo Melvin Patterson, Trinidad, was the best man. Ushers for from . ! the ceremony were Wayne Pat- 00eet Wit00 "f all of00 A tersoa and Roy Stanfield of Trinidad. Mrs. H. L. McC, ee, the brides folks at  0f The Homemakers Sunday the minutes and treasurer's The social hour followed the aunt, sang "The Lord's Pray- Lone tt,dAe@sw %=I[[Df'%'I tist Church met in the home of Mrs. Russ Poison on Thursday, Nov, 17, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bubby Hoover, presi. dent, called the meeting to or- der by welcoming the 12 mem- bers and one visitor, Mrs. Le- ona Miteman. Following the opening prayer School Class of the First Bap- port were given by Mrs. Travis business and refreshments of er" and Mrs. Jerry Hosek sang Robertson. pie, cake, coffee, and cokes "O Perfect Love" and "My Mrs. G. V. Walker presented were served to the following: Own Trupe Love." the devotional and her topic Mdms. Eugene Carter, D.L. Immediately following the was "Thanksgiving." Pierce, Ed Arthus, Hazle Ab- wedding a reception was held The next scheduled meeting bott, Jack Hearn, Bill Reisor, in the fellowship hall of the will be the annual Christmas William Carlidge, Buddy Hoo- church. party on Dec. 19 in the home of vet, G. V. Walker, Leena M'de- The bride's table was cover- Mrs. Melvin Crouch, and the man and hostess, Mrs. Russ ed With a golden cloth overlaid husbands will be invited. Poison. with white net adorned with itl 00,oRY It's great fun , , . great fashion,., to choose the s(ent that suits the s(ene - and to wear your fragrance  la mood: Bathe in your favorite Faberge fragrance- divinely designed with fashion in mind! Aphrodisia Flambeau Tigress Kiku Woodhue ALSO BRUT FOR MEN For Men and Boys COATS Choose from many styles, in Leathers, Aerylics, Suedes and Nylons. $6.98 $79.00 (We will be docd December 24th and =500h) FASHI , )" '.. f .......... ' ........... ....... ....... ...... ....................... 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Mr. and Mrs. man long time Malakoff have moved to ing Grove where they have a new retirement home. Sherman is a native of ing Grove. Guests in the home of Mr. Mrs. Spencer Hall on was their son and his Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lancaster. Also their Doug Stewart of spent the week with Mr. L. E. Goins, who in Oklahoma, spent the end with his wife and sons, and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. John Port Arthur, Texas, Thanksgiving holidays in home of her sister and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulk. and Mrs. Joe Ladd Faulk daughters, Joanna and of Port Arthur spent the days with [heir parents, and Mrs. Joe Faulk and and Mrs. R. J. Cross Roads. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur were happily surprised his sister, Mrs. Mac and her daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mark and Laurie, of came to see them Sunday. Byars had not seen his in 17 years. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. were in Alba over the to visit Mr: Wilbank's and husband, Mr. and L. Scogins. Mrs. Tommy Green daughters, Diane, Susie, and Kellie, of Arlington the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patton. Mrs. W. W. Hardt left urday for Houston where will spend some time with daughter and her family, James Lee Riley. Guests in the home of Mr. Mrs. Macon Ashley before last were Mrs. Thornton from Austin and sister, Jimmie Boyd, and Mary Thornton from so Bud Welch of Mesquite Mr. and Mrs. Martin