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P sen, Ronald D. the Athens Robbins Road Church of Christ. The bridegroom is the grand- son of Mrs. Gladys Acton of A thens. Mr. Elbert Hutchins of Com- merce performed the double ring ceremony before a silver arch with split leaf greenery, crystal votive cups were flank- ed by two three-branched can- delabras, lighting the cere- mony. Silver baskets with white wedding flowers were also used. Singing A Capella were Mrs, Gene Mcint~Te, Miss Tot Mc- Int)Te, Sherry Callaran, Tbel- ma Roberts and Mrs. David Moore. Given in marriage by her grandfather, W. N. Brewster of Munday, the bride wore a formal white satin empress style dress with re-embroid- ered lace and seed pearls grac- ing the front. The chapel length train was accented with a large bow at the back. She wore a mantilla of white illusion and imported lace with seed pearls made by her sister, Mrs. David Moore. Her bouquet was a cas- cade of star burst white taurus, feathered carnations with an emperial orchid in the center. Maid of honor, Miss Lyzz Shaver, wore a formal length gown of red velvet fashioned with an empress waist accented with pink satin ribbon and white lace. The gown had leg-of-rout- ton sleeves with the same trim On Atfiens Ceremony illusion was held with a Dior ~n~e~n' oP:ysen Sr'' became the bride asbodice. Theheaddressofred bow of red velvet. Her bou- "/lt=:-l~ltte John-" R." t Ronald D Latta at 8 p.m. quet was a nosegay of pink e Friday, December 10, 1971 in carnation and bridesmaid al mr '[tlIttleto conditiomnR ,e et. your roses. Flower girl was Mlchele Moore, niece of the bride. She wore a dress identical to the maid ol honor. David Wayne Moore, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. David C. Moore was best man. Ushers were Jerry and Tim Latta, brothers of the groom. A reception was held at the Spanish Trace Inn in the Hen- derson Room immediately af- ter the ceremony. The table was covered with a white satin floor length cloth with net over- lay accented at each corner with red satin bows. Silver candelabras with red candles were on either side of the three tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Jer- ry Latta registered guests. Miss Pat Slack served the ceptlonist at Nipack, Inc. at Karens. She does not plan to continue working. The bridegroom is an En- gineering graduate of the Uni- versity of Oklahoma and is em- ployed as as engineer at Ni- pack, Inc, A rehearsal dinner was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Moore in Athens Thurs.. day evening, December 9, 1971. ,,wllm.. 41m~ ~ .ql~. -~m~ ,,qlmP ,quip ] T Ad t ruscott n IGilliland I By Ruth Brown ,lll=~ .qmm..almlw~ .qmum~ o qnlmP "guum" ~ There will be a Christmas program and party at the Trus- cott Methodist Church on De- cember 21 at 6:30 p.m. If you wish to exchange presents bring a gift. Everyone is in- vited. Mrs. Gerald Howard and her son of Vernon visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ad- cock over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Dunn and family of Flard City visi- ted the Don Daniels last Surs- day. Carlton Winton, a student at H a r d i n -Simmons, preached Sunday' morning at the Truscott Baptist Church. He will hold morning services in Truscott again next Sunday. Bob Brown of Crowell visited his grandmother, Mrs. d. R. Brown over the weekend. Harry Martin of Abilene, and Kenneth Martin of Ansel visited the W. O. Corders lastWednes- day and went hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaw and Mike and Jerry of Alvar- ado visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Shaw over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Moore of Plainview visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Cash over the weekend. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie La~uey Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lohman of Olton and Lon La- quay of Dublin. Allen Tapp spent the weekend in Wichita Falls with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Tapp. They brought him home Sunday. Mrs. Bennie HopkinS was honored with a pink and blue shower in the home of Mrs. J. R. Brown last Tuesday. ung Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Myers punch and Mrs. Vegie Williams and children of Red Springs, ...s~ved Lhe..cake. Other aLs~. and Mr. and MrW. Jackie Horns " tants were Miss TOt McIntyre, and children of Wichita Falls Miss Fran Slack, Mrs. Merle Spence and Mrs. David Moore. For the wedding trip to New Orleans, La., the bride chose a black and white houndstooth knit with matching red jacket with black braid and red pat- eM accessories. She wore a corsage of a white orchid from her bouquet. The bride is a graduate of Lubbock Christian High School and has been employed as re- Mrs. La ift Probl te Shopper, you can solve your last t fill arras in a hurry with this Gift Certifi- It out and present it to the one you love. visited Mrs: Elmer Horne over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Welch and Mrs. Paul Horns visited Mr. and Mrs. Weldon David in Sweeney this week. Mrs. Tommy Tapp is taking a Mary Kay Cosmetic Counsel- or course at Abilene. The Gilliland Home Demon- stratlon Club met last weekand had their Christmas party. Dwight Reeves has received his discharge from the Marines at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He and his wife plan to spend the rest of the year in Gllllland and then go to school at San Mar- COS. Jim Woods of Midland visited Mr. and Mrs. Ayers recently. The weather remained cold and cloudy with light precipi- tation until the middle of the week. It warmed up and dryad up over the weekend. Thank goodness[ AUTNOIIZEi) IY. er for "HirH' or "Her", too. With this certi- can buy what they want. No wrong sizes or no exchanges. It's an ideal gift! Goree, Texas .- DEPT. STORE ~RUC-IFI ;ngagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Arian Kinni- brugh of Seymour announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia, to Vincent Reidenbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Reidenbach of Munday. The wedding is planned for January 21, 1972 in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Sey- mour. Miss Kinnibrugh is a 1971 graduate of Seymour High School and attends Tarleton State Col- lege, Reldenbach is a 1968 grad- uate of Munday High School and will be a student at Tarleton State College. Make Advertising A Habitl FAVORI~..~ - Miss Karen Stephet~, right, granddaughter of .Mrs. Neal Stewart, of Hurst and David Butts of Arlington, have been named Mr. and Miss Six Flags Over Texas. The Munday Courier, Thursday, December 16, 19"/I - l~4~e? Munda The Munday Garden Club met Dec. 5 in the home of Mrs. Phil- ip Homer. The house was beau- tffully decorated for Christmas. Hostesses helping Mrs. Hom- mer were Mes. Ralph Adams, Ralph Don Adams and Leland Floyd. Mrs. J. S. Shannon gave a m o s t impressive reading "Happy Prince" ~y Oscar Wilde and "Christnms Wish" for the Garden Club Members. Mrs. C. P. ]~tker told the story of how "Silent Night" wa~ written and then the club sang It. Holiday arrangements made by members were on display. Members present were Mines. J. H. Amerson, Ralph Adams, Ralph Don Adams, C. P. Baker, Kenneth Baker, A. L. -Cartwrlght, Aaron Edgar, Le- land Floyd, W. G. Gafford, is- land Hannah, W. C. Hertel, H. F. Jungrnan, W. C. Kirschner, Onle Ladd, Erin McGraw, E. H. Nelson, d. 2". Offuff, Orady Ph/l- Lips, Goodso~ Sellers, J. S. Shannon, W. H. Stewart, W. E. Braly, and Homer. Mrs. Walter Brown was a visitor. Mrs. Mar] Rixford, admh~- istrator of Leisure Lod_g@, and the residents Of the home are making plans for their Chrlst- mu party and Christmas tree, which will be held at 2:30 p.mo Wednesday, December ~2. Friends and relatives are Ln- vited to attend and help make R a wonderful party for the rasi- dents. Christmas decorations have been put up and a large b~a~ tffully decorated tree grs~es recreatlo~ room to give R that "Christmas Air." t$$~* Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Waddell of Brownv~md vislted Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Hawldl~ last week., Local's 6randdaughter Named Miss Six Flag Miss Karen Stephens, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stephens, of Hurst, and grand- daughter of Mrs. Neal Stewart 4-H Officers Elected The Rhineland 4-H Club met on Wednesday, Dec. l, in its first meeting. One of the major items on the agenda was the election of officers, as follows: Nelda Bruggeman, president; Danny Myers, vice president; Susan Kuehler, secretary and treasurer; Brenda Bruggeman, reporter, and Susan Kuehler, council delegate. Mrs. Elaine Carmlchael and ~erman Collier, the county agents were present. The next meeting is scheduled In Jan- uary. Christmas The beautifully decorated home of Mrs. Fred Lain was the scene that greeted mem- bers on December 8, as they met for the annual Home Dem- onstration Club Christmas par- ty. Mrs. Lain opened the meet- ing with prayer, then read an amusing story of "Jonah and the Whale." Mrs. Almanrode led the group In singing several Christmas carols. Mrs. Cecil Gulley and Mrs. Earl McNeill conducted several games which were really "brain teasers." None of the players made 100 but had a lot of ftm trying to get the answers. Gifts were exchanged, after which a delightful refreshment plate was served by the hoS- tess to the following: Mines. Elaine Carmichael, Almanrode, Gollehon, Gulley, McNeill, Steve Kubena, Onle Ladd, Joe Patterson, Grady Phillips, F. J. Reddell, A. L. Ressell, A. L. Roden, and Gil W Y~t t. The next meeting will be Jan- uary 12 in Mrs. Wyatt's home. Over Texas nf Munday, has been named Miss Six Flags Over Texas. She shared the honors with David Butts of Arlington, Mr. Six Flags. Miss Stephens has Ix~n employed there the past t,so summers. Karen wel deserves this tltle as not only is she a beau.. tiful girl but has a wonderful personality and and is well liked by all who know her. Harvey and Sidney LeeofFort Worth visited friends here dur- ing the weekend. They came at this time to get in some quail hunting, but reported very poor results Saturday aRernoon. A. B. Lowrey Kn A, B. Lowrey, 74, well known Knox CRy resident, passed away last Sunday in the Knox County Hospital. Funeral services were held at 2".30 p.m. Tuesday from the First United Methodist Church in Knox City with Ray. B. J. Foster, pastor, officiating. Bur.. ial was in Knox CRy Ceme- tery under thedirectlon of Sm/th Funeral Home..Serving as pall- bearers were Neal L~ an, Of- via Hamrn, Lee Smith, Guy Glenn, Chad Wilson, and Sam E. Clonta. A r~tive of Knox County, Mr. Lowrey was born January 7, 1897. He was a retired dry goods merchant and a veteran of World War I. Survivors include a brother, Porter Lowrey, and two sis- ters, Mrs. Bess Be~n and Mrs. Myrtle White, all of Knox City. Plenty of Hot Water... Electrically ! SEE YOUR ELECTRIC WATER HEATER DEALER SPECIAL 1 RATE ASK FOR DETAILS Guinn Tin & Plbg. Carden Plumbing & Electric Munday, Texas Dec. 18, 1971 LLOYD LEMLEY ESTATE 1--1970 John Deere 4020 Diesel T-rada~ 428 hours w/weights. 18.4x~ rear tires, llLxl5 front tires. 1----801 Ford Tractor L.P. Good rubbe~. I--RG4 Rear Mount John Deers Cultiva- tor 1--4-row front dr~p John Deere Planter 1--Oliver 4-16 Moldboard w/$ ~ 1--5-row Double Toolbar IAster 1---4-row Crusthm~r w/discs and rotary hoes l-.0-row Sandfighter on seal bearings and 3 pt. latch 1--4' ]~as~ey-Ferguson Tandem on uml bearings and 3 hitch l~ow Toolbar w/3 pL Mtch 1-- 1962 Ford Pickup V2 ton, 6 cylinder Chi- sel Shanks, lAster Shanks Miscellaneous John Deere Parts Hard Tools, Socket Sets Other items too numerous to list TERA OF ALE: CASH OR CHECK All Ac mmto Settled Day Sale. Pl ..e Brin= Your Own BoOk/ For Further Information Contact JOE DECKER Phm 7S21 Munday, Texas JOE WILLIAMSON Phone 8527 Munday, Tens JIMMY TANKERSLEY Pho. 6SS-2081---Knox City, Texas At this time of year, when you want to remem- ber your loved ones wii;h a really special gift, come to The Grace Gift Center and choose a gift from our very complete stock. We have a gift for every bud- get, from $I. 00 to $250.00. And we can show you more in a rrdnutes t]han you can see traveling all over the Big Country . We will gift wrap any gift that costs $2.00 or more, free of charge, give S&H Green Stamps with every purchase. We stock a complete selec- tion of Hallmark Cards, when you care enough to send the very best We have a friendly, knowledgable staff of clerks to help you make the "just right" choice. And, per- haps best of all, while our stock is still complete, you can get a gift that is rn.ade by one of hundreds of quality, brand-name manufacturers, both i'a the United States as well as in several foreign coun- tries. We would be delighted to have the special op- portunity of serving you this holiday season, with gift selections for the ones Tou love all year long. Munday, Tax.