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Engagements

January 23, 2009

Engagements

Cook, King to wed

The Cook and King families are please to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of Felicia Cook and Frank King of Weatherford, Texas. Felicia is the daughter of Reecie Cook of Weatherford, Texas, and Rickey Cook of Granbury, Texas.

Felicia is a 2008 graduate of Weatherford High School and plans to attend Weatherford College for Cosmetology.

Frank is the son of Karen King of Weatherford, Texas, and Farris King of Saginaw, Texas.

Frank is a 2003 graduate of Millsap, Texas, and is employed with Schooner Petroleum as a service technician.

The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, the 7th of February at 4:30 p.m. at the Willow Lake Wedding Gardens on the Mineral Wells Highway with reception to follow.



Long, Elliott to exchange vows

Mr. and Mrs. David Long of Weatherford, Texas, are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Davena Lynn Long to James Ray Elliott of Weatherford, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas Elliott of Willow Park, Texas.

The couple will exchange vows Feb. 7, 2009, at First Baptist Church, Willow Park, 601 Ranch House Road.

Davena is a 1989 graduate of Weatherford High School.

James is a 1993 graduate of Whitwell High School. He is employed with Walmart in Weatherford.

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