Popular Young Couple Weds in Dallas Sunday


from The Malakoff News
Thursday, July 31, 1930

An item which will be of interest to Malakoff people will be found in the wedding of Miss Aline Gentry to Mr. Hobart Riddlesperger, which took place in Dallas at 1 o’clock Sunday afternoon.  The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Carl C. Gregory, Methodist pastor, of Dallas.

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Stella Aline “Scrap” Gentry

The bride is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gentry of this city and is an accomplished young lady.  The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Riddlesperger and is a very promising young business man of this city.  He now holds the position as cashier of the First National Bank of Malakoff.

This young couple is very popular among the younger set, and they both enjoy a great host of friends who join the News in wishing them the greatest of happiness and success as they go through life together.

Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Riddlesperger departed on a short honeymoon trip to points in Colorado after which they will be at home to their friends in this city.

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A “Bit” of Looking Back – J. D. “Red” Waller Again Elected Coach at Malakoff Schools (May, 1937)


J. D. “Red” Waller Again Elected Coach at Malakoff Schools

From The Malakoff News
Friday, May 7, 1937

J. D. “Red” Waller

J. D. “Red” Waller, former coach of athletics at the Malakoff High School, was elected again to serve the schools in that capacity at a meeting of the Board of Trustees last week.

Mr. Waller, for the past year, has been a member of the Board of Trustees himself, but was forced to resign that position before being eligible to accept a place on the school faculty.  It was also necessary for Dan Gentry, veteran member of the Board, to resign by reason of kinship with Mr. Waller’s wife, the former Miss Elizabeth Gentry.

Mr. Waller was elected to succeed J. W. “Pepper” Martin, who did not seek re-election to the place.