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Polly Walker The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 8. 1981.-3 ------ 489-1484 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thad tlatcher Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sapp of Mabank filled the ~visited with Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Phillips Red Tanner on New Years Day were pulp!t on Sunday at the First Baptist over the holidays. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Tanner, Mr. and Church to speak in behalf of TANE. f,.~ith Mrs. Thad Stacy. Jack Stacy, son Mrs. Kim Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Callaway and f "~l Mrs. Thad Stacy, who lives in Mexia Ambo Tanner of Fort Worth; Mr. and Cindy of Gonzales, La. were here j[~vas alsoa guest over the holidays.Mrs. Charles Wetzel of Terrell; Mr. and during the holidays visiting with Mr. ~="~J Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Phillips visited Mrs. Richard Tanner, Mr. and Mrs.and Mrs. E. L. Callaway, Mr. and Mrs. "~Jtver the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill L. P. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green and Mrs. Green; Mr. and Mrs. Callaway and Mr. and Mrs. Larry were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fink of Pasadena. Pat Everett and Michael Joe Everett had a baby girl born to them on Dec. 27th. They named her Rea Ann and she weighed in at 5'/,, Ibs. She was born at Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens. llarold Brown and Paul Brown of _~reston Green in New Orleans..atld :=:==--~hile there they all drove over to Malcom Quattlebaum and baby of Callaway. Port Neches visited with Mr. and Mrs. .... t lut if y~art'mre, Mississippi, to vmR m he Athens; and Paula Aillinen. Edd Winston and Cecil Monroe of Robbie Brown recently and also with 'said /~ome of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Marshal. Mr. and Mrs. David Reese of Austin were here last week visiting withMrs. Annie Brown of Park Highlands abou_~ter they returned they spent a few Arlington visited with Mr. and Mrs. his brother and sister, Edgar Monroe, Nursing Homein Athens. are wiltays in Burnett, turkey shooting. Raymond Reese, Mrs. Leroy Kirby and Joe Monroe, Aubry Monroe, and Louise Mrs. l,ucille Almond had a bad reac- s time.~ "Elvin Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Cheatham over the Shumateand their families, lion from some medicine she took to ten.ye~MelvinTaylor of Denton, returned Miss weekend. Carva Be;tiler has been attending a counteract the flu recently. She is in ff tone~adle Carson safely to her home On Mrs. Leroy Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. design school this week to learn moreC Mother Francis Hospitalin Tyler. y, whyrrlday. Miss Sadie had enjoyed the Raymond Reese joined Mr. and Mrs. about FloralDesign. The school was for Mr. and Mrs. G. V~'~alker spent the t givi~°tiaays in the home of the Melvin David Reese in the home of Mr. and 40 hours for live flowers and 40 hours past week in Austin visiting with their ;hould ~aylors in Denton and with Mrs. tlelen Mrs. Wade Hampton in Arlington for for silk flowers. When not in school, she daughter, Susie, and then on to Corpus Blakeney of Arlington. Christmas. and her mother, Mrs. Jesse Robertson Christi for a couple of days visiting with ?" STh~t~l:'~nrat~daLewr'~;'s ~TrMMa~s'k~3gwa;;~mtm"Li; MARGsARvETJOBRADSHAW Charles Byers of Huntsville, David Byers of Houston, Bill Byers of Crockett, and Otis Byers of , in ~eld at 2 p m Monday in First United Nacogdoches; two daughters, Juana ?'~f'~ t~iethodist 'Church in Malakoff with Barnett and Jo Byers, both of Hun- o trey. Randy Warren, Rev. David Hut- tsville; and three sisters, Lois Payne of as is li~'bins and Rev. Bill Bonner officiating. Dallas, Bunella Dodson of Malakoff and .~ Interment was in Malakoff City Violet Lacey of Dallas. • rag t kindn~emetery under directmn of Pashcal ,~;: ~'uneralHomein Malakoff. ~inw~ Mrs. Bradshaw died Saturday in an PAUL FITZGERALD • ~ ~ ~,~thens hosl~ital following a lengthy Funeral services for Paul Fitzgerald, '" '~Y311 " Is. It ~l~s. . 64, of Malakoff, were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Shiloh Baptist Church in ~r,, =aJv e was born March 6, 1928, m San AugustineCounty, with Rev. Frank • v "TIalakoff liTinte&, Survivors include her husband, Bill Thompson officiating. ~_:_^.~radshaw of Malakoff; two daughters, Interment was in Shiloh Cemetery L~'a~ve'~rs. Becky Tingle of Fort Worth, and under the direction of Oakley-Metcalf I 'rhe=L~Miss Amy Bradshaw of Tyler; and one Funeral Home. ..... r Mr. Fitzgerald died Saturday, Dec. so mu~g andson, Justin Tingle of Fort Worth. 27, in Henderson County Memorial ;tore. HAZEL (EVERITT) BYERS Hospital in Athens. Funeral services for Hazel (Everitt) -----'~yers, 72, were held Monday at 2 p.m. ~t the First Assembly of God Church in ~eUntsville. Interment was at Asbury me,cry near Lovelady. Mrs. Byers passed away in a HoUStOn hospital Sunday, Jan. 4, after a short illness. A resident of Huntsville, she was raised at Payne Springs. She lived at He was born Feb. 27, 1916, in San Augustine County, and had lived in Malakoff the past eight years. He was the son of Calvin and Mary Jane Smith Fitzgerald. He was retired from LTV, a member of the Baptist Church, and a ~tgran of World War II. Mr. Fitzgerald and Mary Knous were married Nov. 23, 1943. Survivors include his wife, Mary -'--'--~heEllis Unit of the Texas Department Knous Fitzgerald; two• sons, Paul are ~f Corrections where her husband was Wayne Fitzgerald of Irving and.Curtis ,vide tl[n charge of the farming unit until he Ray Fitzgerald of Seagoville; two nee wl'etired in 1975. She was a member of daughters, Miss Linda Sue Fitzgerald bulan~be First Assembly of God in Hun- and Miss Loyce Ann Fitzgerald of facilitsville. Malakoff; two brothers, Elton Fit- +;de tb Grandsons served as pallbearers, zgerald of Stephenville, and JaTnes,Fit- Survivors include her husband, zgerald of Colorado Springs, Colo.; a :iremegharley Byers of Huntsville; foursons, sister, Mrs. Pauline LeGrand of d not f ~suran˘ the fl~ The current GI bill. the nation's third .otecti~ince 1944, is sched~ed to end Dec. 31, .ut, yo(989. All training will terminate on that perce~te. Eligibility for the GI bill ended led ya.~c. 31, 1978. Veterans who were in re noOervice before Jan. L 1977, have I0 'ears after separation or until Dec. 31, edicar~ge9, whichever is earlier, to complete n I gGl bill training• ig fo For those who have not used their ea- ~Uement, or who have used only a few ˘ onths of it, time is running out. With ~81, yat ~long~ll the educational and vocational ~ecurilraining opportunities that exist today, !t Would be regrettable not to take a~l- of these benefits. The time to is now. Effective Oct. 1, 1980, veteran studen. and veteran dependent students a 5% raise in their VA benefits. Effective Jan. 1, 981, these students will receive raise, which will increase the for full time single veterans $327 per month to $342, 3/4 time $245 to $25% and 1/2 time from to $171. Married students with will receive the rate in- ,tease accordingly. Why not make plans now to attend County Junior College. You choose the location most con- for you: Athens, Terrell, or All courses are approved for ~tional benefits. Registration for the Spring 1981 will resume Jan. 5 and con- h Jan. 17. Classes will begin an. 19. For more information concerning VA educational benefits, contact Eva Godwin, HCJC Veterans' Affairs Officer, at 675-6228. to meet Stated Meeting Malakoff 759, January 8, 1981, p.m. District Deputy will make his All members are urged to be for this visit and to discuss an aject. before has the Masonic order doors with ny of its discussions that could cause People of our nation to become of their thoughts S toward mkind and in so many ways such as The first public school in was in the Masonic building. Masonic Lodges of Texas as well the officers and members of the tn Lodge No. 759 will announce e January 15 issue of The Malakoff a subject concerning all seniors 1981 classes of Malakoff, and Cross Roads Schools. brass with wool, ammonia To clean brass, Scrub with very fine Steel wool and full-strength household Rinse, then polish with brass a, says Mary Lou Rowland, a land home furnishing specialist. rs. Rowland is on the home staff of the Texas Extension Service, The University System. Mabank; and six grandchildren. ED HARRIS Funeral services for Ed Harris, 52, were held Monday, Dec. 29, at 12 noon at Forest ,Park Lawndale Funeral Chapel. Gravestde services were held under the auspices of the Park Place Lodge No. 1172, A.F. & A.M. in Forest Park Lawndale. Mr. Harris died Dec. 26, 1980 in a Houston hospital. He was born in Hen- derson County near Athens, and had lived in Texas City for a number of years before moving to Houston. He was a 14-year member of the Gulf Freeway Church of Christ and was a member of Park Place Lodge No. 1172 AF & AM, Park Place Commandry No. 106 K. T. and Past Worthy Patron Park Place No. 731 O.E.S. Survivors include his wife, Neysa Harris of Houston; his mother, Annie Mac Harris of Malakoff; one daughter, Sheila Harris of Dallas; one step- daughter, Sandra McKenna of Hawaii; one son, Phil Harris of Houston; one step-son, Steve Summy of Houston; one sister, Gussie Flowers of Fort Worth; three brothers, Omar Harris of Texas City, Roy Harris of Athens and Earvin Matthews of Malakoff. PAMELA S. KING Funeral services for Mrs. Pamela Susan King, 23, of Flatonia, formerly of the Cross Roads area, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in First Baptist Church n Cross Roads with the Rev. W. A. Corley and the Rev. Elvin McCann officiating. Interment was in Athens City Cemetery under the direction of Foster and Brown Funeral Home in Athens. Mrs. King died Jan. 1 in Shiner following a sudden illness. She was born Sept. 3, 1957 in Palestine, and had lived in the Cross Roads area most of her life, She was a 1976 graduate of Athens High School, OO r -N DENNEY l: ?, Interlude. The super lasting fragrance that treats all your senses. A fragrance that lasts up to eight hours or longer. Choose from a collection that includes perfu,med mist, perfumed cologne, natural spray and the bath series. Cxper ence it for }ourself lhnd for Sonneone ' " Experience the Denney style. WE ARE NOW 'CARRYING,THE FULL COSMETIC LINE BY FRANCES DENNEY. Next to Davis Red Barn Furniture 129 N. Terry Malakoff 489-1909 and a member of Cross Roads First Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Darrell King of Flatonia; one daughter, Julie Diane King of Flatonia; one son, Jeremy DeWayne King of Flatonia; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Litchfield of Cross Roads; one brother, Ricky Lit- chfield of Cross Roads; one sister, Mrs. Diane Walker of Frankston; and her grandmother, Mrs. Della Litchfield of Athens. NOBLE J. WALKER Funeral services were held for Noble J. Walker, 78, at Laurel Land Funeral Chapel Dec. 29, 1980 with the Rev. F. E. Baughman officiating. Interment was in Laurel Land Memorial Park in Dallas. Mr. Walker was a native of LaRue and also resided in Malakoff for a num- ber of years. He passed away at his home in Red Oak, Tx. on Dec. 26, 1980. He was born March 13, 1902. Survivors include his wife, Willie Mac Walker of Red Oak; three sons, Homer W. Walker of Hutch;as, John D. Walker of Garland and Weldon W. Walker of Garland; three daughters, Margaret Jones of Dallas, Hazel Mayton of Garland, and Loy Tanton of Dallas; 12 grandchildren and five great- grandchildren; two brothers, Robert Walker of LaRue and Bud Walker of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Adams. While passing through Waco we visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gas Chesnoil. Melrose had a cardiac arrest recently and was in the hospital in ICU for three days. She is home now and doing very well. They seemed to think that the extra work in moving had caused her illness• Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate were visitors in Mesquite on Sunday• Being in Waco reminded me of the Norman Milieans, who were so nice to me when I was in the hospital there several years ago. I called l,ouise Shumate when we returned home and she said that Shirley and Norman had been in Bedford, England, to see her sister,Linda Jones and family and were returning the first of the week. This is their second trip there this year. Wayne Shumate, son of Louise and John Shumate, who is stationed in Germany, called home during the holidays and Louise was so hoarse that she could not talk to him. She said that he usually called on her birthday, Jan. 8th and that she hoped to be able to talk to him then. She was considering a trip to her doctor's office in Corsicana on Monday. Perhaps she was able to talk when he called. James Jackson of Chicago, Ill. spent two weeks in December visiting with his mother, Johnnie Mac Jackson. Kelly Whitehead is in the hospital in H0~ton very ill. He is the'son of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Whitehead of this city. Mac llarris returned from :tyler Hospital just before Christmas. She was in the hospital for a week for tests. Mesdames Polly Simpson and Brad LAURA I. MALLIE Airman Laura I. Mall;e, daughter of Betty J. Clay of Malakoff, has been asssigned to Lowry Air Force Base, Colo., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman will now receive specialized instruction in the munitions Dallas; five sisters, Lora Dansby of and weapons maintenance field LaRue, Lena Bristow of LaRue, _ .................................................. Madeline Dunklin of Frankston, Isabell (Sis) Grable of Frankston, Ona Sprague of Texarkana, Texas. Pallbearers were grandsons Gary Walker, Jimmy Walker, Alan W. Mayton, Rick Mayton, Tony D. Tanton, and Kyle Walker. Nearly one third of the nation's medical students each year receive some of their clinical training in Veterans Administration medical cen- ters, thanks to educational partner- ships between VA and 2,000 educational institutions. Stacy took her'to Houston to sp~qd Christmas with Mr. and Mrs, 'Fhoma~ Pierce. They returned home f,w Christmas and Polly aod Lewis~ had I,~) people for Christmas dinner including Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gunnels. Brad and T~ld of College Station, After Christ. mas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pierce o[ tiouston returned Mrs. tlarris I. her home and visited with relatives :m,,l friends here until Tuesday 'I'hi'~ i:; a traditional visit with them. • Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. ,Iohnson at Christmas an(t over the holidays were Mr. and M,"~. P.D. ilamilton and son, Dean of t;rov,,q0n and Dr. and Mrs..Iolmso,, and family (ff Athens and Mr. and Mrs. Eltou .Iohns(m of Malakoff. Sharri Brown of l)alla,~ .~l)er, t New Years Day with her parems Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, at Star tlarbor Mr. and Mrs. l)on Ile,ulerson and sons, Shaw,; and Illake. were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers, over the holidays and they also visiled with his grandfather, Tom Ironers in Tyler. Mr. Rogers has beet) very ill, bt~| he is much improved at this [ilIH, ai~(i has returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs, Paul l'o~,r~ att(~nded,a New Years Eve party in th)uston givo0 by her sister Margie Faye Ilou~la~. This is a yearly tradition a~ lhe l)ougla,s home and was a huge success. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ihnnphrh's ar~it sons, Jeffery, ,loci and Jonathan ~d Huntsville visited with Mrs. Ode |ll, i~ phries over the holidays While her~ Mrs. Ode llumphries, Jack, .hmatlvu~ and Joel visited with Mrs. Jess ilun~. phrles in Mabank. Mr. and Mrs. I)an Taylor of .,\:i~ti˘~ were in town on Monday h)r Marp, ar~tt ,Io Goodgalne's funeral. Guests in the home of Mr. and ,Mrs, Jack Ilearn over the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. I)oug Wright an(l tamily 91 Oklahoma', Mr. ili;ll Mrs. Keith ill, art, of Tyler, l,ydia Clendeninfi h~id ;.1 f('w ('litil)lt~ over for a New Ylars Evt tiarly. 'l'l~ had a very good time. ,'~ The Rev. R. ('. ilodgc broi~F,l'fl tl~~, morning rness~ge at First l:{at)ti~i Church on Hwy. 31 Sanday ()he visitor Mrs. C. I). Lee Melone of I{e(t Wo(Xt. Calif. was visiting. Mrs. I,essie Ilicks moved inhl lt~" r, new home last Friday. Rev. Arnold Tarver, broth(w ,if MrS, Eva ttulin, died last Wednesday il~ California. His funeral wa,~ Natur(tay ~1,1 2 pro. Among the sick is Mrs. I.ucille P, urn~ who is doing well, ,4ilnii IAT Jacksdn and Butch (;raves hoth (tom/4 wel]~. Mrs. Demple Beasley is shill hi with the flu, and others who have the willior t)tt~ include Mrs. Ilaby Ihlth Toliver, Sv,,hl Itulin amt Edna Tarver and Mr',, iltlli~ both recovering :;; N!