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March 25, 1998

Hathorn, Judd exchange wedding vows

Kelsey Kristine Hathorn and Chris Judd exchanged wedding vows in a
double ring ceremony, on March 7, at the Abilene Christian University
Chapel on the Hill, in Abilene, with Bob Waldron, of the Church of
Christ, officiating. Waldron performed at the groom's parents wedding

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hathorn of Pecos.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Griffis of Pecos and Vernon Hathorn
of Rosenberg, Tx. She is a 1996 graduate of Pecos High School and is
currently attending Abilene Christian University and is employed at the
tennis shop at Fairway Oaks Country Club.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Judd of Newberg, Ore.
Grandparents include Margaret Clark of Newberg and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Baker of Tennessee. He is a graduate of Newberg High School, graduated
from ACU with a degree in computer science and is currently employed
with Abilene ISD as a systems technician.

The bride was given away in marriage by her father, Douglas Hathorn.

Maid of honor for the occasion was Jacki Hathorn of Abilene, aunt of the
bride. Bridesmaid was Linsey Hathorn of Pecos, sister of the bride.
Flower girl was Kelsey Weemes of Abilene, a friend.

Richard MacFarlane of Abilene, a friend, was best man and groomsman was
Jason Sosebee of Abilene.

The bride carried a bouquet of fresh white roses with baby's breath. She
wore a beautiful white beaded gown with a cathedral length train. The
bodice was embellished with sequins and seed pearls to create an
intricate design of floral array. The skirt and train was trimmed with
delicate embroidered lace also adorned with sequins and pearls. The
exquisite gown buttoned down the back and was finished with a bow.

The bridesmaid wore crepe empire style long dress. The bodice of satin
crepe featured a square neck in both the front and the back, short set
in sleeves, and set in sash which tied in the back. She carried a spring
bouquet of daisies, carnations and baby's breath.

The chapel was decorated with candelabras entwined with greenery. Ivory
bows marked the pews.

A reception, hosted by the bride's parents, was held at the Embassy

The couple are residing in Abilene following a wedding trip to Colorado.

Salgado has first birthday

Justin Isaiah Salgado celebrated his first birthday with a party held in
his honor Sunday. He was born March 20, 1997.

Family and friends were on hand to celebrate the happy occasion.

Theme for the event was Looney Tunes. Little Justin's favorite gift was
a 4X4 Ford F-150 play pickup truck, given to him by his grandparents,
Rene and Lorenza Salgado.

He is the son of Rene Salgado, Jr. and Blanca Salgado, of Pecos.

Maternal grandparents are Rudy and Modesta Inostroza.

Paternal grandparents are Rene and Lorenza Salgado.

Some fat can be good thing

Believe it or not, some fat in your diet is good for you.

"Certain dietary fats are essential to maintaining life," said Lynne
Scott, a registered dietitian and director of the DeBakey Heart Center
at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

Fat has several important functions in the body. It is the most dense
source of calories, providing more than twice the calories of
carboyhdrates or protein. Fat spares protein so that protein can be used
to build and repair instead of being used for energy. Fat also helps
with absorption of vitamins A,D,E, and K.

The American Heart Association recommends a diet with no more than 30
percent of calories from fat. Choose foods that have three grams of fat
or less per serving. Don't mistake fat-free foods for calorie-free foods
because some brands of fat-free foods are higher in calories than
regular foods.

Best attendance class named

Kim Burner's fifth grade class at Bessie Haynes Elementary School was
noted for having the best attendance for the fourth six weeks of school.
The class had a 98.59 attendance average.

Models show latest fashions

Several ladies modeled fashons from The Style Shop and Needleworks,
Etc., for the Twentieth Century Club at the West of the Pecos Museum.
Models included, Stephanie Pharoah, Ivi Brossman, Sara Workman, Patsy
Rogers, Ceneca Sanders and Cynthia Almanza.
Also, Olga Tellez, Maribel Estrella, Marina Weinacht, Rebecca Reynolds,
Cheryl Bobbitt, Lisa Reynolds, Helen Harrison, Ivy Thorp, Randa Taylor
and Jackie Warren.

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