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guests in the home and Mrs. Charlie Gra. included Mr. and Mrs. Hickman of Palestine; :1t .and Mrs. John Alexander son Britt of Euless; Mr.  Mrs. Bob Rainey and ,ghter Judy of Arlington; _--  and Mrs. Deh&apos;oy Graham ,L iCorsicana; Mr. and Mrs. Blackstock of Mineola; m  -nd Mrs. Johnny Graham / (o sons, Danny and I ',  Jr., of Chicago, Ill., smrigMr, and Mrs. Raymond Jse and son David of this i. Also Mr. and Mrs. Sam (, eeoooooeoo HTANE Ice,00ed PROPANE ": exU } GAS DELIVERy DEARBORN " NKS HEATERS WATER HEATEU "O, Radio Equipped Tmckuo fo Farrell of Arlington and Mrs. Myrtle Davis of here. Mr. and Mrs. Treaman Per- kins were visited during the holidays by a number of their relatives. The guest list includ- ed Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tapley Jr., of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tapley and family of Pasadena; Mr and Mrs. Don McLain, Kim and Tim and ,Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lee Jenkins and family, all of Mes- quite; Travis Perkins and his family of Lyford and Mrs. Essie Perkins of Athens. Because she planned to spend the holidays in Houston with her son, Eugene Carter and his family, Mrs. Bona Carter had her Christmas din- ner on Sunday, December 21. Those in attendance included Frank Starkes, Rita and Jean- nie, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Car- ter and Sandy, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Matthews, Bubha and of last week. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson dur- ing the holidays were her sis- ters, Mrs. Emma Vee Aeker- man and Mrs. Ann Dillard, both of Fort Worth; Mrs. Joseph,n, DePuy of Milford and Mrs. Grace Noble of Cor- sicana. Mrs. and Mrs. J. D. Waller were in Shreveport through the holidays as guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin King and Sherri. Libbie Brasher is currently a resident of Henderson Coun- ty Nursing Home in Athens and friends report her condit- ion remains rather poor at this writing. J. C. Davis is back on the job as principal of Malakoff Elementary School after sending 10 days of the holi- day season in Medical Center Hosn;tal in Tyler. While at the Center, Mr. Davis underwent surgery for the partial re- moval and correction of a bothersome disc in the spine. O.hr than being a bit stiff in the affected area, he is com- pletely recovered from the op- eration. During the Christmas holi- days, Mrs. Willie Mae John- son entertained at her home in Tool with a 42 party. Those present were her brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Moody White, Buz and Jackie of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. De- wayne Bolin and three daugh- ters of Richardson; Mr. and Mrs. Oran White and sons, Mr .and Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. PhebI Snowden, all of Tool; Mrs. Iva Mullins of this city and Edward Byers of Tri- nidad. On Christmas Eve, Mrs. Iva Mullins had as her guests for lunch her son and family, Clandie Mullins, Charlene, Becky, Sandy, Charles, Bill and J. J., Mrs. Susie Bell Rushing and Mrs. Mattie Bak- er, all of Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Hendrix, Mrs. Otto Hendrix, Mrs. Willie Mae Johnson and daughters, Robin and Syrena and Mrs. Pheba Snowden, all of Tool and Mrs. Lloyd White and son Phillip of Houston. Others visiting her during the holidays were Mr. Charlie Lollar and Mr. Kirby Chapman of Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patten had as Christmas guests their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Patten and Frank of Star City, Ark. Mrs. Mary Swanson spent the holiday season in Dallas with her daughter, Mrs. Theda Junell. Mrs. and Mrs. Buddy Cald- well were in Marshall for the Christmas holidays as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert. Mrs. H. L. Rogers is at home and doing very well fol- lowing several weeks spent in Navarre Memorial Hospital in Corsicana where she under- went major surgery. She had recovered sufficiently as to be able to spend the Christmas holidays at home. Mrs. N. M. Bounds has re- turned to her home following two months of visitation in Freeport and Houston. In Freeport, she was a house- guest of her daughter and family, Mrs. Nadine Reedy and in Houston, visited with another daughter and family, Mrs. Gladys ill. Weekend holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schess- ler were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Monkhouse and his mother, Mrs. Bessie Monk- house, all of Dallas. Christi and Dean Carter, all Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee and  ,ve,7  of Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Be family spent the Christmas Pvt. Ricky Baker (former Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Brown to, p,pt .,vi,. ! : Carter of Kaufman and Mr. weekend at Karnes City and Trinidad student) now station- were visited during the holiday " and Mrs. Gearld Carter and Fashlng visiting their many ed at Fort Ord, Calif., was season by Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dh Affmu friends. While away, the tam- home for the holidays. Arriv. Williams of Houston. 675-2269 : Wade of Athens. ily was guests in the George ing December 18, Ricky visit- i   Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scholl J'  Dlel Xo.ma. e" Weekend guests in the home Weigang and Robert Thorn- ed his mother, Mrs. Robert  Barnett and heft homes for several nice Jose and other family mere- spent the holidays in Houston "Jl 932.2515 i the John Powers were Mr. and get together,s and parties.: of Mrs. Cosette bets and friends in the area visiting with their son Billy  Do Mrs. Paul Powers of Port  prior to returning to Calif. on and his family and in Fort Neches; Randy Barnett of Dal- Paul Phillips was admitted January 4. Ricky will cele- Worth with another son and i): " t Navarr Memrial Hspital brate his birthday this mnth familY' Mr" and Mrs" Buddy las; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pew- in Corsieana just prior to - ers Jr., Jan, Jill and Jeff of and asked his mother to give Scholl. Dallas; Miss Martha Crump Christmas for treatment of a him a subscription to the Ma- i   eo of Garland; Don Henderson of "heart condition. At this writ- lakoff News as a present. Said Mr. and Mrs. Dorr Lobretch " Houston and Mr. and Mrs. ing, he was reported to be he preferred the local paper of Fort Worth, were here to i spend the holidays with her over that of any other. GAS Willie Sparks and daughter much improved, r, Mrs. Dan Roya LIANOE Susan of Dallas. Mrs. Sherry  mothe 11. i .m COMPANY Barnett of Dallas spent the Mrs. Tim Peters has joined Mrs. Edna Evans was visit- , Miss Anne Pope Gilreath i/ 4 Sm,/ce Inst;o," day Tuesday with Mrs. Cos- the many of the community ed on Tuesday afternoon by ;wp/'1, o e ette Barnett and picked up her who have been bitten by the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Hylas Cade ----  son, R ndy, who ed been flu bug and is presently con- of Georgetown and Mrs. Frank * ... .. . e, visiting here since Saturday Parker of Corsicana. The re- son, Randy, who hed been fined to Memorial Hospital in : b visil g here sinc Sal rday Athens for treatment, latives came by to visit wRh A. M. Ashley, another res. funeral services in Corsicana piratory victim, is much ira-for Mrs. S. O. Gordon, Mrs. '/t proved and has been allowed Evans sister. ,.. to return to his home. He  spent several days in Atheus l- t Memorial Hospital receiving medication. | =lUlJL=r r-_ , ,,y This God--his way is per- | llrll  -;,. fect.--(lISam. 22:30). 7 Fruit Trees MANURE 5016. Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Allen were hosts on Christmas eve for a dinner at which the fol- lowing family members were in attendance. Rev. and Mrs. Jack Allen and family of Ath- ens and Mrs. Gracie Peele, Mr. and Mrs. Big Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Lit Allen and Arthur Rozell, all of this city. Also Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller and Mike of Spring, Texas, and David and Dan Rozell of Morton. I hear they've invented a computer so simple that even an executive can use it. Jack Moffitt, The Laurens County (Ga.) News. "One of man's greatest ene- mies is the illusion that there will be more time tomorrow than there is today."--Lee Batcheler, Sauk Rapids (Minn.) Herald. Life is lived moment by mo- ment. The secret of getting the most out of this particular mo- ment lies in our viewpoint. In doing first things first, and im- portant tasks that should be done, we feel a sense of prog- ress and purpose. This moment blesses us as we look for the blessing in it, as we relate it to the whole of our day, realiz- ing it is important, for it is the moment we are living. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suris spent most of their time dur- ing and following the holidays in Terrell to be at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Annie Suris who was confined to a hospital in that city suffering with pneumonia. She is report- ed at this writing to be some improved although still re- quiring hospital treatment. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Had- dock, Charlotte Kay and Greg- ory Marn of Mesquite, spent the Christmas holidays in the homes of the Earl David Locke's and the W. A. Mc- Bride's. Friday guests of the McBride's were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Chamberlain and child- ren, Brodie and Julie of Hous- ton. On Sunday, Mrs. McBride was in Commerce to spend the day with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Currey and daughter, Engenia were in Rockdale during the Christ- mas holidays visiting in the home of his brother and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Currey and with other rela- tives. Upon their return here, Eugenia went to Mesquite as a houseguest of her future bridegroom, Lee Roy Bennett and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Bennett. Get Ready For With A New Battery Dulaney AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone HU 9-4611 Tloe, Teob, l'ts, Aeoeaseto VALVE GRINDING SERVICE House and Lot-Waterfront Star Harbor 2,000 . ft. living area, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, den, separate family room with fireplace. 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