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Page 2 Wedding Announced Miss ri Denise Hearn and Mr. Paul James Evans were united in marriage on Saturday, January 29,1994 at seven o&apos;clock in the evening at John Wesley United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas. Reverend Todd Harris of. ficiated the ceremony. Music for the ceremony was performed by harpist Cheryl Per- rault, organist Lee Haggoth and soloist Bryan Vallance, cousin of the bride. The reception followed the ceremony at Wyndehaven Ter- race with music by "Out of Con- Tllt Clartnbon Jews .E!00P Jantes Shelton, District Appointed as District Attorney by Gov. Ann Richards on 9/27/93 Through 2/4/94, your District Attorney, James Shelton, has: Filedl 28 new eases Disposed of 54 cases by:. sending 16 to prison and placing 38 under the supervision of the Adult Probation Dept. qVnere has never been a full-time District Attorney in the 100th Judicial District, and it is not necessary now! It would cost the taxpayers of this District nearly $20,000 more per year. A full-time prosecutor acting under the Professional Prosecutor's Act makes in excess of $85,000 a year. Your Vote for James Shelton is A Vote for Effective Prosecutmn! Paid for by Shelton Campaign CommlUee, Jerry D. Comlney, Treasurer MRS. PAUL JAMES EVANS and Mrs. Robert Evans of YOUR VOTE AND IHFLG"E WILL BE APPREG'TID Kingwood, Texas. He is the trol". On the eve of the wedding a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. rehearsal dinner hosted by the SullivanofBristol, England and the groom's mother and brother at late Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Evans W. R. "BILLIE" CHRISTAI Country Line Sestaurant. ofBristol, England. The bride is the daughter of Given in marriage by her CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION Mr. and Mrs. Billy F. Hearn of parents and escorted byher father, COU1WrYJUDGE Houston, Texas. She is the Kari wore a gown of silk shantunfr granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. The gown featured a full shirt and DONLEY COUNTY Richard G. Vallance of Memphi cathedral trahL Veiling of illusion Texas and Mrs. Charlie Hearn of cascaded from a band of silk and Clarendon and the late Charlie pearls falling beyond her cathedral SUBIECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Hearn. train.The bride carried a cascading PAID FOR BY W. R. CHRISTAL Th gromn is the son of Mr. bouquet of roses, gardenias, or- chids and ivy. Serving her sister as maid of honor was Miss Jennifer Hcarn. The bridesmaids were Miss Melissa Winters, Miss Susan Dek- ruyff, and Miss Jill StegalL Miss Cristina Tomlinson, cousin of the bride served as flower girl Mem- bers of the house party were Miss GRANULATED Holy Thomas, Miss Heather Thomas, and Miss Elizabeth Tom- SHURFINE o cousins of the bride. ,x SUGAR BAG i l PRICES EFFECTIVE ALLSUP'$ FAR 17-23 MOFmOW omUJNG& WElL SERVICE BEEF & SALSA BURRITO CLARENDON SALES a SERV,CE 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE rlq WATER WELL DRILLING * WINDMILLS 89 = GRUNDFOS STAINLESS STEEL PUMPS SOLAR ENERGY PUMPS 874-2704 ALLSUP'S COCA- CORN DOG .... COLA AND A 20 OZ. 6 PACK 12 OZ. CANS FOUNTAIN DRINK Gbt FOR ONLY C[lrlllOll USPS)947040) is pub- DOG FOOD lished weekly for $16.50 per '""z ' 's300"99' year in Douley County and $"99" POT PI ,20.00 per year ont-of-count, ' by Bob Williams, dba The , Clarendon Press, 103 s. Kear- hey, Clarendon, Texas 79226. MONEY 2o LJUE OR 30 BEDIUM Second-class postage paid at ORDERS FITTI SAUSAGE, EGG Clarendon, Texas 79226- 1110. up r0 DIAPERS & BlSCUff POSTMASTER: send $.o0 FOR ONLY $--99" ,,,o, Clarendon, Texas 79226-1110. 0 A Classified ads are $4.75 ,< for the first 15 words or less and 15 cents per word for  jjl,S] each additional word. Boxes BATHROOM or special typography are NICE'N extra. Standard display rates are $3.40 per SAU column SOFT inch. Engagement, wedding, birthday, and anniversary pictures are $5.00 each. Pic- ALLSUP'S 1.5 LB. LOAF ALL PURPOSE tures submitted for publica- SANDWICH SHURFINE tion should be picked up within 10 days &fter publica- BREAD FLOUR ,,on. 69 FACH OR $ LB. BAG Deadlines for news and 2!o.1 89 articles are uormally Mort. 10LB. BAG RUSSETT day at 5:00 p.m. Pictures POTATOES must be taken by Friday at 5.' p.m. The deadline maybe Any erroneous reflec-  tion upon the character of ,CNCNED any person or firmappeaHng in these columns will be glad- TYSON GRILLED  ly and promptly corrected SI__CIt_, QiI_ BF.ANS upon being brought to the CHICKEN BREAST .Eaosp cos,, s, ,o., ,.s...tioL SANDWICH SLICED 99e & A TALLSUP BACON T- MEMBER 1 US. PKG, FOR 1993 Ilrqk FOR ONLY ,,199 99 ,,x,,,,,,, ASSOCIATION Thursday, February 17, Mr. Mark Evans, brother of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Jim Jones, Mr. Jeff Lentz, and Mr. Stephen MeCarty. Mr. Travis Olander, Mr. Bryan Cernosak, and Mr. Mike Dean served as ushers. Junior ushers were MAster Philip Tomlin- son and the ringbearer was Master David Tomlinson both cousins of the bride. Karl is a graduate of Klein High School and Stephen F. Austin University where she was a mem- ber of Delta Zeta sorority. Paul is a graduate of Kingwood High School and Stephen F. Austin University where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He is employed by McLane Industries. Following a honeymoon to the Dominican Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Evan will reside in Temple, Texas. FishingReport Obituary Husked E. Hay I-Ikell E. Hay, a errell, died February 4, in a Dallas Funeral services were held Anderson Clayton Bros. Home in Terrell at 10 February 7, with the Rev. Miller officiating and was in the Ellis Chapel near Wills Point. Haskell Earl Hay August 12, 1935, in Texas, the son of Haskell Hay and Eulah Burch graduated from Clarendon School and was a veteran Korean War. He was the security department AT&T in Mesquite. Mr. Hay is survived mother, Eulah Hay of fiance, Oleta Sim of Th e Texas Parks and Wildlife reports that the water at Lake Greenbelt was clear, about 42 degrees and is four feet low. Black bass are slow, white bass are fair on minnows and slabs on 42.45 feet of water. Crappies are fair on same baits and depth and Catfish are slow. uncles, Oscar and Robert Hay aunt, Ira Miller of Cantog other relatives and many fri Kenny'a Barber Shop Don't Forget The Talk and Pictures on Waco by Dr. Keith Hudson February 19, 1994 7:00 p.m. at Clarendon College Barefleld Building 1 lO S. Keamey [Next to Owens Boot Shop] We aledate your bmim lie al ki ton 1 ee$ lbe ! 1 iWor tici de lllc ,ri YOUR VOTE & INFLUENCE WILL BE APPRECIATED RE-ELECT WANDA SMITH COUNTY TREASURER DONLEY COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION Of The DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Osburn Appliance and Rabbit's A Service We service of appliances for with one-year used Phone 319S. B.B. "Rabbit" Osburn We Appreciate Youl We appreciate our customers. We treat you iu a gracious manner. You see it in the friendly smile that greets you at the counter. You know it in the way we handle special requests. Our convenient hours and affordable prices have you in mind. When you need drycleaning, please see us. We'll l show you our oW appreciation. Greenbelt Cleaners 874-6O24 A member of the latgmatloald Fabricate lastimte, . the association of profe.Ataional dr/cleaners aad launderers.