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Gatesville Messenger And Star Forum (Newspaper) - April 21, 1977, Gatesville, Texas 97 YEARS OLD Jake Clearman of Oglesby honored with a party Sunday celebrating his 91st His seven children and his grandchildren and greatgrandchildren gathered with many other relatives and friends for the occasion in a McGregor Five genera tions were present for the get Not daunted by his advanced Clearman tends to one of his grandsons cattle almost daily at Moody and this week plans to leave for a fishing trip into Mexico with his sons and Walker Cemetery Working Slated A working will be held April at the Walker Bring a basket lunch and tools to work a member of the Walker Cemetery Memorial Gifts Made to CAAH Building Fund Coryell Memorial Hospital has acknowledged receipt of 11 more memorial gifts to its building The contribu tions were made in memory of Floyd Murray by and and Lowrey and and Mackey Morgan in memory of Myrtle Cummings by Girtie and Irvan Cummings and and Barnard in memory of Don Callahan by and Robert Hunt and and John In memory of Gus Koch by and Byrd King in memory of Chester Brown by and Robert Hunt and in memory of Rilla Palmer Orvis by and John Memorial contributions to the building fund may be left at the hospital business office or mailed to Box Working Set At Friendship Cemetery An allday along with dinner on the has been scheduled for May at Friendship Cemetery On Owl Creek in the Fort Hood Those in charge of the cemetery cleanup are urging all interested persons to take part in the May 1 REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL TYPES WASHERS REFRIGERATORS FOOD FREEZERS AIR CONDITIONERS ELECTRIC RANGES Appliance Parts SHOP OPEN WEEK DAYS TO 5 Coll 8655705 HOUSE CALLS TO 5 THRU Licensed Electrician Bob Beck Appliance 84 GATESVILLE r WELL MAKE A BELIEVER OUT OF YOU CHECK POWELLS PRICES Mallbu Classic Coupe THEN YOULL KNOW WE REALLY TRADE Serving Counfkms Since 1916 POWELL CHEVROLET 507 MAIN 8652248 The iatesuille Messenger AND STARFORUM ji PAGE 1B APRIL 1977 AND BOBBY WAYNE PATTERSON Wed in Oklahoma Patterson and Bride Making Home in Germany Sergeant and Bobby Wayne Patterson are making their home in where the bride groom is stationed with the United States following their recent marriage in The the former Miss Mellyna Kay is the daughter of and James Hickerson of The bridegroom is the son of and Boone Patterson of The couple exchanged double ring vows in the Peace Congregational Church of James Roberts solemnized the candlelight vows before a brass accented with pink and bur gundy and centered between spiral A white aisle kneeling bench and unity candle completed the altar Janie and Sherry presented the nuptial Escorted to the altar by her the bride wore a gown of white bridal satin overlaid with organza and featuring lace bell sleeves with wide The bodice of the empire design gown was accented with a lace bib inset and wedding band Matching lace bor dered the hem of the gown and also the veil of bridal illusion held by a pearl trimmed She carried a bouquet of pink and burgundy roses with babys She wore the traditional something borrowed and and had a penny in her Sherry Hickerson was matron of honor and Misses Diane Dianna Wis ner and Tammy Stoll were They wore gowns of pink crepe with sheer bib inset and bell and a burgundy sash of Best man was Johnnie Patterson and groomsmen and ushers were Dennis Stephen David Daugherty and Randy Candlelighters were Miss Jana Adler and Larry Hicker Rebecca Fischer was flower girl and Hickerson was ring A reception was held in the church fellowship hall and Miss Sandra Fischer registered the The brides table was laid with a pink cloth and featured the threetier wedding cake decorated with pink and burgundy roses and topped with wedding bells and doves holding a pair of wedding The bridal bouquet and a silver punch bowl service completed the table The bride grooms table featured a book shaped cake decorated in pink and bearing the words Our Love Bobby and Mel A silver coffee service was Members of the houseparty included Te resa Jan Robbye Glenda Patter Susan Jan Fischer and Betty When the couple left for a wedding trip to Oklahoma City the bride wore a twopiece burgundy suit with pink portrait hat and matching Wesleyan Circle Meets at Church Members of Wesleyan Circle of First United Methodist Church met April 12 in the church parlor with Nellie Emily Walker and Florence Lehmberg serving as Sarah Gomez gave the worship and Mabel Balch presided over the The program was presented by Peggy Other members attending were Mesdames Lillie Laura Mary Dottie Sara Lane Pearl Faye Fannie Ruth Hucka Lois Syble Alma Alcenia Ncta Minnie Louise Cora Faye Erma Lee Adelle Jewel Whigham and Emma Lou and Miss Lois Scott and Miss Leta Mary Donnell was a guest at the PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF Leon Junction Wanda pastor SundaySunday School at 10 worship service at 11 ThursdayWorship service at We extend a warm welcome to HAY VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH 36 North Mark pastor SundaySunday School at church services at 11 Associational WMU Meeting Is Held at Mound The Womans Missionary Union of Coryell Baptist Association met April 19 at the White Mound Baptist Church for its regular quarterly business meeting and The business session was conducted by Ben Clement read the Eason led the call to prayer for missionaries and read the roll call of A skit focusing on Century One was presented by James The Texas WMU was organized in 1880 in a Baptist Church in The Coryell WMU will observe this anniversary in A Century written especially for the was led by Roy accompanied by Charles Wise at the James Uensman read several letters from Don and Mary Alice mission FRED DYER NOW Representing franklin LIFE INSURANCE HOMt ILLINOIS GKORGli performance Broadcast Control led Color TV WYM9343WD Cabinet constructed hardwood simulated walnut grained composition board and simulated wood accents The set that takes the guesswork out of adjusting your color picture Newly developed circuitry senses a special VIR signal now being transmitted with many this uses it to adjust the receivers color intensity and tint according to those color standards established by the VIR reference signal being The Broadcast Controlled and its all done automatically Stop in and find out the extent to which the VIR signal is avail able in our This GE 25 diagonal color console features a new modular 100 solid state the InLine Picture Tube pioneered by General and a Black Matrix Picture Richly styled Transitional cabinetry features concealed casters and a TiltOut control Its Broadcast Controlled Color Its here aries stationed in An offering was taken for the counselors at Latham Springs Baptist accompanied by sang Be Thou My Lee Roy William son was in charge of the program and showed a Bold Mission a Southern Baptist emphasis for boldness to witness to others in the name of Jesus He gave statistics and goals that are to be reached by the year Williamson gave the benediction and a covered dish luncheon was served in the churchs new youth The next quarterly meeting will be held July 20 at the Eastwood Baptist Church in The Dietz Memorial Serving Gatesville uid Central Texas Since 1903 DISPLAYING A VERY NICE VARIETY OF QUALITY MEMORIALS MARBLE CHIPS CURBING DEATH DATES JACK and BONNIE CHAPPELL Office 8657688 Call or See Display at 2110 Gatesville Washing Action Traps Lint As It Washes MODEL WWA5500P 3 Combinations Energy Sav ing cold water selections WaterLevel Selections give versatile washing Permanent Press Cycle Activated Soak Cycle Famous System Balanced Load Control HeavyDuty GE Motor Dependability coin op proven 289 95 YOUR CHOICE CHEST OR UPRIGHT FREEZER MODEL CB8D chest freezer Only 35Va countertop height ONLY POWELL SUPPLY Charles Powell 7th and Leon Phone 8652251 upright freezer Only 28 wide 56Vi high
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