Childress Marriage-Jean Boyles presided at bride's table.
Teddy Nix, Miss Childress Are Married Miss Johnny Childress, daughter : Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Childress : Luxora, and Teddy Nix, son of Ir. and Mrs. T. W. Nix of El aso, Tex., were united in mar- age on Sept. 4 at Luxora Bapst Bapst Church. The Rev. !tfr. Northcutt officiat- d at the candlelight ceremony efore a selling of bridal roses. Irs. James Clark and Sandra hweatt presented nuptial music. Given in marriage by her fath- r, the bride wore a two-piece ress of white pique with white nd navy accessories. She carried colonial bouquet, centered by a 'hite orchid. Mrs. Betty Phillips attended her isler as matron of honor. Brides- naid was Miss Sandra Childress, Iso sister of the bride. Tony Clawson was best- man 'ith Leroy Childress serving as sher. A reception followed and Mrs. 'aul Hayes, Mrs. Allen McRea nd Jean Boyles presided at the ride's table. Out-of-town guesfs were Mrs. '. E. Gookin and daughter Jact Jact of Greenway, Ark.; Mrs. Joe . Rivers and daughter Jolene of 'alias, Tex.; Mr. arid Mrs. T. W. ix and daughter of El Paso and irs. Emil Damon and daughter mily Sue of Blylhevilie.