The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1972 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ALBANY NEWS
Albany, Texas, Thursday, June 8, 1972
Stockton-Hunt Vows Are Solemnized
MRS. CARLE DAVID HUNT
Reginna Marie ' Sto -kton and
Carle David Hunt of Dallas were
married Saturday, June 3, in the
First Methodist Church, with the
Rev. Rodney Williams officiat-
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Cay Stockton. The
bridegroom's grandmother is
Mrs. Gertrude Smith of 2441
Falls Drive in Dallas.
Organist .was Martha Chism.
The soloist, Wanda Shoemaker,
sang "Twelfth of Never."
Mrs. Jim Leech of Ozona was
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Richard Allred of
Abilene and Judy Proctor of
Bobby Hill of Dallas was best
man John Davis and Gay Ion
Derrick, both of Dallas, were
groomsmen. Terry Johnson of
Richardson and Wayne Krieksou
of Arlington seated guests and
lighted candles for the 2:00 p. m.
double ring ceremony. Pews
were marked with ribbons of tl:e
bride's chosen colors of pink and
Given in marriage by lier fath-
er, the bride was lovely in a
beautiful double organza gown
of ivory. It was cut in the em-
pire style with liny old tasluon
■ ruffles at the neckline, cuffs, apd
completely encircling the hem
and train with a larger ruffle.
The bodice was made in a pina-
foie look and was accented wi'li
pearl encrusted peau d' ;.ng ' lace
as was the skirt and train. Her
veil headpiece was camelot capiat
look and was accented with poarl
encrusted peau d' ange lace as
was (he skirt and train. Her veil
headpiece was cainclot caplet
which was trimmed with lace
find was attached to floor length
illusion, and had a butterfly face
veil. The bride wore the tradi-
tional something old. blue, a pen-
ny in Iter shoe, end a white Bi-
ble which belonged to her grand-
mother, Mrs. Stella S.ockton.
Atop a white Bible, the bride
carried a colonial bouquet of
white and pink sweetheart roses
with gypsophiUa showered wi h
satin picot ribbons
Her attendants wore floor
length gowns of pink chiffon do'-
ted with white roses A small
ruffle trimmed the high neck-
line and the cuffs on the sheer
sleeves Tlie rose colored crepe
bolero wae accented with pink
pearl buttons. They carried no e
gays of spring flowers.
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the fellowship hall of
NEW < AltS REGISTERED
Royce Kinard, 1972 Oldsinobilc
John H. Caraway, 1972 GMC
Danny Nichols, 1972 Pontiac
jmi Pate, 1972 GMC pickup.
Uly G. Morrison, 1973 Pon-
J. Richards, 1972 OMC
The parents of the bride, the
grandmother of the groom, and
the bride and groom were in ti e
The bride's mother and the
grandmother of the groom each,
wore a pink rose bud coi sage.
Members of the house party,
Mrs. Kugeiie Mitchell, Mrs.
S'erling Proctor, Mrs J L.
Beaty, Mrs Monroe Lawrei.c
and Mrs. Bob Mitchell wore
white carnation corsages trim-
• tried in pink and lavendar.
The bride's table was covered
In floor length bouffant net over
organdy bordered in wliite satin
ribbon trimmed in pink rosebuds
at the corners. 'Hie centerpiece
was a tall candelabrum; with
crystal votive cups, flowering ar-
rangement of pink roses, heather
fern, ivy and gysophilla.
Mrs. Richard Stockton, sister-
in-law of the bride, registered
For a trip to Dallas, the bride
wore a pink and white hot pants
suit of velour with pink acces
The couple will be at 'home at
3027 West Pentagon Parkway,
Apartment 2029, in Dallas, where
both are employed.
The bride is a graduate of Al-
bany High School and Tarleton
Stale College. She is employed
by Southwestern life Insurance
The groom graduated from
Sunset High School in Dallas
and Stephen F Austin State Col-
lege. He also served in the Ma-
rine Air Corps Reserves and is
employed by Co.ton Belt Hail
road in Dallas.
Out-of-town guests attending
the wedding and reception were
Mrs. Gertrude Smith, Bobby
Hill. Mr. and Mrs. John W Dav-
is, Mr and Mrs. David M. Dav s,
Miss Kay Fitzhugh, and Gaylon
Derrick of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs.
W H. Marshall, - Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Weaver and Deanna, Mr.
and Mrs. Bon Spoonts, Mrs.
Richard Allred and Rickey, Miss
Martha Chism, Mrs. Lariy Shoe-
maker, of Abilene; Mrs. Sterling
Proc'or, Miss Judy Proctor, Dan-
r.is Proctor, David Flkins, and
Mrs. R C. West, Odessa; Mr.
and Mrs Walter Potter, Milford,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leech, Ozona;
Mrs. Janice Welch, Irving; Mr«.
Margaret Keith, Amarlllo; Mrs.
Marie Woolaver, Henriet'a; Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Mitchell,
Sheryl, Sharla and Melanie, Mo-
ran; Wayne Erickson, Arling-
ton; Terry Jchnaon, Richardson;
and Mrs. Lynda Stockton of
Charleston, S C.
Tlie ladles of the C.M.E. Meth-
odist Church ore once again go-
ing to hes' a fried chicken dinner
starting at 11:30 Sunday, June
II, at the old school. Cost will
Chm., Board of Stewarts.
-1 1 ■■ ""0-1,1"" '
Onlv 12 le'ters comprise the
Gavel Club Meets
In Roberts Home
The Gavel Club met in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Roberts on Monday night, May
22. Mrs. R. C. Foster, presi-
ent, called the meeting to order
and welcomed members and vis-
itors. Charles Hemphill led the
group in prayer.
A short business meeting was
held and new officers were elect-
ed and then installed by
Mrs. G'has. F. Hemphill. They
are: President, Mrs. Byron '
Maxwell; vice-president, Mrs,
George Roberts; secretary, Mrs.
Bonnie Miller; treasurer, Mrs.
Mytle Moore; chaplain, Mis. Na-
Mrs. Foster presented Mrs.
Hemphill and Mrs. Miller, grand
officers this year, with gifts
from the club and words of ap-
preciation for their work in the
Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs.
Brewster closed the meeting with
A delicious plate of assorted
sandwiches, chips, congealed sal-
ad and lemonade was served to
the guests after which an old-
fashioned "sing-song'' was held
with the group singing favorite
hymns accompanied on the an-
tique pump organ by Mrs. Mil-
Those enjoying a most delight-
ful evening were: Mr. and Mrs.
Hemphill, Murle Howard, Mines.
Maude Hooker, Annie K. Nobles,
Byron Maxwell, Eva Parsons,
Foster, Miller and the hosts, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts.
Special guests were line officers
of Albany Chapter No 733/ OES,
Mines. Brewster, C. V. McAfee,
Vick Dennis and Elmer Smith.
Mrs. Bob Nichols, David and
Tammy, of Odessa spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Boyce Nichols, and other rela-
tives. They also attended the
Hudman-Johnson wedding. David
stayed to spend a few days with
Lt. Commander and Mrs. John
Sammons, Susan, Kristi and Jon-
athan, of Norman, Okla., spent
(lie week-end here with his moth-
er, Mrs. Stanley Sammons, and
Miss Nell Sammons.
Their Theme is
Ml/NDAY. — Bectouse vege-
tables could be a $10 million op-
portunity in tlie Rolling Plains,
theme of a June conference here
is "money in vegetables."
And the June 22 program at
I p. m. in liigh school auditor
ium will be as fruitful for the
home gardener as for the com
After looking at vegetables
from nearly all angles of pro-
duction and marketing, tlie
guests from nearly all angles of
production and marketing, the
guests will tour'the Texas A&M
University Vegetable Research
Station here, where scientists
niv working to help growers ex-
ploit the .$10 million opportunity.
As to vegetable production,
specialists will discuss the first
steps, the local and state and
national situation, the profitable
varieties here, tlie cost and tlie
return, the financing and the
marketing, and the growing of
fruits and nuts at home.
Sponsors are West Texas
Chamber of Commerce, First Na-
tional Bank of Munday, Munday
Chamber of Commerce, Rolling
Plains Economic Program <R-
PEP), Texas Agricultural Ex-
periment Station and Texas Ag-
ricultural Extension Service of
Texas A&M University.
We want to thank each and ev-
ery one who came out and watch-
ed our ball games, and donated
to the Jay Wood fund.
We collected $43.03, and all the
sore muscles were worth it.
Hie Road Runners won 12 to 7,
but we (the Whirl Winds) don't
think they can do lt again, so
there will be a return match Sat-
urday night, juat for fun, and we
would like your support.
Little girls' game, 6:30, moth-
ers' game, 8:00.
The Whirl Winds and
the Rood Runners.
Mm. IM'onda Shipiium n>'d
Susan Speckmann are visit-
ing with Mrs. R. U. Anderson
Thev nre bath from Albuquerque,
Two Graduate at
GEORGETOWN. - Twenty
Southwestern University seniors
graduated with honors at com-
mencement exercises thi6 spring,
including seven who graduated
"magna cum laude," and 13 who
graduated "cum laude."
Southwestern's 1972 graduates
include two from Albany:
Robert Marion Key, son of Dr.
and Mrs. L. S. Key, bachelor
of science degree in chemistry
Joe E. Key, son of Mr .and
Mrs. John W. Bray, Jr., bache-
Open installation of the officers
Albany Chapter No. 733, Order
the Eastern Star, will be held
laturday evening, June 10, at
00 o'clock in the Masonic Hall
jr members and their families
# TMt LONOHOMN IT1U C*J* LOWO WCMOKV OT A HONC«* f AST •
WC MCAM to C«CATf m •****•
Brighten your home for these special
guests with a fresh or permanent ar-
rangement. Come in and we will work
with you for that perfect setting.
We have just received a shipment of
Koch hand crafted brass planters, vases
Help show your kind welcome with
J ^audu2£ i ^[oxat and Jbfioji
# Hoi lister's is pleased to have the Ship-n-Shore
line. We have various styles and colors to choose.
Shakespeare's last completed
play was Henry VIII, written in
Prices Good for Friday and
CANDY'S MELLORINE, ' gallon carton
Maryland Club COFFEE 1 lb. caD 79c
GLADIOLA FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 59c
LIMIT-ONE AT THIS PRICE
Snowdrift SHORTENING, 42 oz. can.. 79c
Renown Cut GREEN BEANS, No. 303 3 can# 49c
UPTON TEA, i/2 lb. box 79c
Glade Room DEODORANT SPRAY, 7 oz. can 49c
Griffin's SPINACH, No.303 3 cans 49c
ZEE BATH ROOM TISSUE, 4-roll pkg. 39c
PORK & BEANS, No. 31 can.... 3 for 59c
BONUS, Giant size box—15c off 79c
HAWAIIAN PUNCH DRINK, ««l . 39c
MY-T-FINE, Rich & Ready Pudding, 4 can pk 59c
Honey Boy SALMON, flat can 49c
Van Camp TUNA FISH, 6 oz. can 2 for 69c
Sliced PINEAPPLE, 15 oz. can... 2 for 59c
POTATOES, 10 lb. bg 59c
CARROTS, celo pk 13c
CANTALOUPES, ea. 29c
Yellow ONIONS, lb. ... 13c
Sunkist ORANGES, lb 19c
10 oz. pkg. 29c
* ox. caa KEITH'S
LEMONADE 3 cans 49c
8 07.'. pkg. ROD-N-REEL
FISH SHRIMP, 8 oz. 59c
8 oi. packr-ge
FISH STICKS 2 for 69c
Round STEAK, lb. $1.09
WHILE THEY I .AST
RUMP ROAST, lb. . , . 79c
BACON, 2 lb. box $1.39
AI J. MEAT
FRANKS, 12 oz. pkg. 59c
FRYERS, lb. cut up 35c
whole, lb. 29c
EGGS, 3 dozen $1.00
Hormel OLEO, lb 23c
BISCUITS 4 cans 35c
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McGaughey, John H. & Lenamon, James L. The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1972, newspaper, June 8, 1972; Albany, Tex.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth429035/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.