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Page 4-MALAKOFF NEWS-Dec. 11, 1975 Susan Garrison Weds Alan M. Brewer Miss Susan Kay Garrison of Kaufman and Alan M. Brewer of Dallas were united in marriage in an exchange of vows at the Kaufman Church of Christ on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 4:30 p.m. Mr. Andy 1,awrence of Cleburne was officiating minister for the were bridesmaids. Tom Brewer of Dallas attended his brother as best man. Grooms- men were Mike Lancaster of Dallas and Dal Narramore of Winfield. Ushers were Harold Duncan and Larry Marshall of Dallas. A group comprised of double-ring ceremony. . Ronda Tucker, Hollis Bald- The bride is the daughter, of win, Terry Lindsey and LarryQ Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Garrison. Tittle sang "Follow Me," "O of Kaufman, formerly of Cot-Promise Me" and "The Wed- sicana. The bridegroom is the dip.g Song." son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Before the alter there was Brewer of Dallas. an archway covered with Janie Allen of Malakoff was English ive, At either side of maid of honor. Sherry Holt of the archwa);, were seven- Athens and Nancy Haynie of branch candelabra. Family Corsicana, cousin of the bride, pews were marked with white S ; Ernett For; HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employers National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489-0520 510 W. Royall Blvd. Butane-Propane Gas Stoic•Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO--EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C. M. Tinney, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Athens satin bows. The bride was given in marriage by her father. For her wedding, she chose a formal length gown of bridal crepe featuring an Alencon lace yoke and full sleeves with deep cuffs accented with tiny covered buttons. The waist- line skirt had a deep ruffle trimmed in lace. She wore a picture hat with bridal illusion bow and carried a bouquet of white carnations, apricot sweetheart roses and baby&apos;s breath. The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore identical gowns of apricot crepe featur- ing candlelight yolk and short puff sleeves, waistline skirt with deep ruffle. For her daughter's wed- ding, Mrs. Garrison wore a formal length gown of floral jersey in autumn shades with a touch of apricot. The mother of the bridegroom wore a formal coat and dress ensem- ble of mint green. Parents of the bridal couple assisted in receiving guests at the reception following the ceremony in the church Fel- lowship Hall. A three-tiered wedding cake highlighted the' bride's table which was laid with a white cloth and adorned with apricot bows with apricot carnations scat- tered over the table. The bride's bouquet formed the table centerpiece. The bride- groom's table was laid with a chocolate cloth and overlaid with a beige lace covering. Chocolate wedding bell cakes were decorated in fall colors. Serving the bride's cake were Belinda Garrison and Lisa Hughes; serving the bridegroom's cake were Camille Cliver and Del Brewer, sister of the bride- groom. Pat Narramore dis- pensed punch from the bride- groom's table while Mary Walker served punch at the I What are the services offered by a mortuary? ---*--4 --+-a --.-*..= -' II1 II11 Mortuaries offer the bereaved family all of the traditional funeral and burial arrangements performed with calm and dignity. A Mortician offers sympathy and compassion to the family of the deceased. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas Phone 675-2211 bride's table. Mrs. Ricky Jennings of Corsicana, bride's sister, had charge of the bride's book, and registered guests from Corsicana, Blooming Grove, Malakoff, Dallas, Athens and Winfield. Bushwhacker Property Owner Group Holds The second quarterly membership, utilities, public meeting of the Board of works & safety, governmental Directors of the Bushwhacker social and grievance. The Property Owner's Association association is asking that any was held recently at the home of the membership interested of David M. Nash, Jr. in serving on a committee, get After the Secretary read the in touch with Bill Wright, minutes and they were Evelyn Fulton, or Tana approved, the business turned McKean. to the formation of the To keep the following committees: informed of association progress, it was voted newsletter be sent out vice president twice a Also, as soon as it compiled, there will M mailing list sent to member. Bill Wright and Williams were thankl- the looks ali of the area by DEPARTMENT SALE Mrs. Alan M. Brewer Malakoff May Drop Ninth Grade Sports The Malakoff Independent School District is planning to drop its ninth grade athletic program. It was the consensus of the :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :':" ::: iiiPolice Report iii:i :i:i The city had a real quiet week as far as police activity was concerned, according to Police Chief Richard Wilson. The department answered one disturbance call on Lincoln Street at ,3 a.m. Saturday and a man was taken into custody for trespassing. Mrs. Baker, working at the Dairy Queen, laid her purse down to wak on a customer and it was stolen. Some $80 in board members present at a special meeting of he trus(ees last week that he mght-grade boys program tim[ included football, basket hall and track would he absorhed into the jayvee program. In other action, the hoard discussed vari(us programs and possit)lc changes or cuts. but n(, (tecisions were made, Although personnvt was discussed in ap, execu(ive session no decisions were made. Another special meeting of the hoard 'as cailed for January 6. The regular meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Dec. I5. The hoard has heen meeiing twice a month in order to ease the work load on the board, which has been meeting into the wee hours recently. SAVE s20 STA-20 7 watts rms Reg. s1399s $159.95 STEREO FM/AM RECEIVERS SAVE Sl00 STA-82 22 watts rms s19y,00 $299.95 J. SAVE *10 12-1401 Modulette FM/AM, 3 pc. D ' .e.,8., s799s SAVE s15 SAVE 520 MC-1000 8" woofer, Reg. $59.95 SPEAKER SYSTEMS SAVE *30 Nova-7B 10" Woofer sg9so 2 tweeters SAVE STEREO 8-TRACK PLAYBACK SYSTEM Reg. 99.95 eg.$119.50 CAR 8 TRACK TAPE PLAYERS ,, ........... .., s35 !FREE INSTALATION! All Brands: Realistic, Cobra, Pace, Midland, Courier, Johnson, Hi-Gain, T-Chadie & Many More. Base Stations, Poles, Coax, & All Of The Accessories. We Guarantee you, we will save you money! Installation Extra On Sale Items For the wedding trip, the cash and personal papers were apricotbride traveled in a blue andcasual pantsuit. The taken, Chief Wilson said..Cross Roads 1) & Reg. $160 for s 1 "ewlyweds will make their OeadlineT°daYhome in Dallas at 6a21 [rRoli T---,iE - -- 001139 Abrams Road, Apt. 1169. ,* For ONE Reg. $i65 for Pre-nuptial courtesies Candidates c,, ,,,,, ,,,,o, ,,  included a mise,llaneous disclosed the n:tmes of stu-RE,iSTIC Mobile S225 shower at the home of Mrs, Today (Thursday) is the dents on the ,chool's fifth TRC47 23 eh. Reg. $250 for J.P, Phillips in Malakoff and deadline for filing an applica- grade A and B honor roll for a miscellaneous shower at the tion to run in the Jan. 10 home of Mrs. Floyd Shumpert in Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brewer hosted the Friday evening rehersal dinner held in the church Fellowship Hall. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: M.u 00!iii i:: Dec. 15- 19 Monday: Pizza, Cabbage, Carrot and Raisin Slaw, !Sugar Cookie, Milk. Tuesday: Hamburger Steaks with Gravy, Sweet Peas and New Potatoes, Hot The TREE HOUSE Hwy. 85, Next to Malone's Hobby House trustee election for the West Cedar Creek Municipal Utili- ties District. There are four positions which wilt be voted on during the election, and applications may be obtained at the Tolosa Water Corporation office at Flint Motors, on Highway 274 north of Seven Points. Appli- cants must be 21-years-old or older and a resident of the district. 200 At Supper Jerry Hinkle, chairman of ticket sales for the Lions Club Chili Supper held Tuesday a the past six weeks. On the A honor roll are Robin Pryor, Rohin Chandler, Sheila (;iles. Stephanie Drumlnond. lori Barnett and Connie McKinnerney, On the B honor roll are Trevino Age< I)onna Phillips, Mecinda l,itchfield, Angela Farnham. Duane Cain, Trudy Rochelle and Dana Hughes. SAVE $20.05 REALISTIC Mobile 1 TRC24B 23 ch. Reg. $160 for PHA, :bR SMART SANIAS SHOP CORSICANA Corsicana 107 S. 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