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January 22, 1981

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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 22, 1981--5A I k " and L. C. Redic of Dallas; 19 gran- L L E dchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; one L LE great-great grandchild; andseveral i D nieces and nephews. L WHILE SUPPLY LASTS L E Funeral services for Carson B. Kee, 86 of Concord Community near Troup, L E AR A N O ECLEARANCE G L E ,a,,er o, o, L liRA NICEC L E A R A N C ECLE Malakoff, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Concord Cumberland Presbyterian L LE Church with Rev. Lee Scott and Rev. M. 50% tl~m~ H. Klink officiating. L Stil/IE "" Interment was in Concord Cemetery under the direction of Cottle Funeral .... ~: Home in Troup. UP TO ! Mr. Kee died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1981 in/: L e ~ LV E iti t a Troup nursing Home following a ON ALL FALL & WINTER MERCHANDISE lengthy illness. i~ He was born March 24, 1894, in I~k' V Ll~ Cherokee County. He was a lifetime or- URING OUR i~/ dained elder in Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He was a retired zl ~ farmer and rancher. L; LE i JAMES TURI'INGTON L January L[ / u4 ~eral services for James (Son~ Other survivors include four sons, L2 ~gton, 52, of Waller forme Noble Key of Henderson, Ira Kee of BUY- CASH FOR ~nt of Cross Roads were held Troup, Vernon Key of Arp and J. C. Kee __jay, Jan. 17,'at 10a.m. in the First of Longview; three other daughters, 'l~l[ItChurchofWatier Mrs. Minnie Lee Clem of Troup, Mrs. !Clearance Sale c,,ss...,s ,t ,.1. ~p.rn. service was held in the Cross Marjorie Laird of Decatur, and Mrs. Baptist Church with the Rev. Audrey Jarratt of Troup; a brother, ~ 1 FY Bowman of Waller and Elwin Mort Kee of Troup; three sisters, Mrs. STERLING, POCKET WATCHES, ~n of Cross Roads officiating. Lillie Garett of Houston, Mrs. Lela J ~rrnent followed in the Post Oak Pond and Mrs. Dora Mac Burton, bothLEARANCEG L E A R A N G ECLE DENTAL GOLD, SILVER COINS (1964 8, Before) / ~erY between Malakff and Crss f Trup; 25 grandchildren; and 26 NS9 ' / L_with the Cannon McWilliams, great'gr'~vdchildren' L E A R A N C ECLEARA EC L E rind ~ster and Brown funeral homes in Grandsons served as pallbearers. DIAMONDS, GOLD COl - ,--,#of services Honorary pallbearers were membersL SOME GIFT & GLASSWEAR ITEMS INCLUDED. LE cJ~ ~: of Mr. Kee's Bible Class. I s~1urlin ton died Jan 15 in the - .... d' g " L SHOP OUR STORE-YOU'll FIND MANY L E GOLD CHAINS za ! nst Hospital in tlouston. A '-- / ..'^ ~t of Waller for the hast 23 years Bible CorrespolldellCe Coufze iiIm BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS! LE vu~ ~'r" r " ' ,Jr!:t[u"ngtnhe FirstWas a teacherBaptis, Churchin theof ANYTHING GOLD OR / ..','~, school system He was a mem- QUESTION: Where did the ex- Itll I.~ t " ' " " pression "A little bird told me" ] ,rth-- L ONLY 9 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT FOR OUR JANUARY SALE L E originate? ANSWER: Please read [ L " " LE es' ~ivrsincludehis wife' Mrs" Ecclosiastes 10:20" This is Just no' ' ~--~ S! LoVeEol~t/ =r,_r~u:---~n (Cliver) Turlington of Waller._ ' factseXample of some of the interesting ,that are found in the Bible. n ~ M ego ~l'~' ~ LE Dav[[! ghter, Mrs. Glenda Struther of ' LE h']i])n: his parents Mr. and Mrs. Perhaps you would benefit from a I ) '" ";' Turlingtn f C'rss Rads' fur better understanding f this great J L LE Come ,o Mo mAcross 'tom Don,,,rl S. o es irleshop 1 ~owi~:, Mrs. Evelyn Fleming of book. Now you can receive an eight [ P I :~na, Mrs. Bobble Combs of lesson, full c,lor Bible correspon- ] DEPARTMENT STORE MALAKOff / ~I: Mrs. Lora Hoarton of Malakoffdenee c~urse. Study in the privacy ] L E A R A N ',ARAI~ ',E('" pll toir,~Jrs. Mildred Allen of Athens; of your own home at your own ] j/E in Atlaen l1 " ~jl nieces and nephews, pace. Certificate awarded upon J ~t P~ Tbearers were friends in Waller. completion. First lesson sent im- J A~N( ;_F_~lm~ ~ lmmlllllllllll II,ll I , I ~dby honorary oallbearers were mediately by mail. This course isI i Allen' Billy Walker' Tmmy ffered free withut cst r I : Y} ! !~!~n~:L~ye:~ obligation to you. For more ,nfor- [ ~lwingt~naJeerrwY mation write: Correspondence I Classified ads reap bountiful b nefils IIIII I Course, P.O. Box 193, Trinidad, Tx. l " " " ..... i; i MOLl IE G SMITH 75163. , , ', J '1 ~ral servi'c~ for Mrs. Mollie G. " ..... 2 189, of Malakoff were held at 2 n ~Uesday in First Baptist Church in Pff with Rev James Cheatham F ling. I e nt was in Post Oak Cemetery 3 lerson County under direction of 3 Funeral Home in Malakoff. 0o i Smith died Sunday in Henderson )' Memorial Hospital after a 4 illness. ,9 was born July 20, 1892, in l~IPpi. She was a' retired matron ' ~ " .... ]~ ~_icana State Home, and at the her death was living in Cedar -'--~ursing Home in Malakoff. . fWors include three sons, Jm A. Smith of Carrollton, Miss., ----4 A. Smith of Dallas, and Owen L. f rs, Burlington, Wis,; two Mrs. Ruby G. McLain of ~ff and Mrs Nellie Ruth Regiani _lg Beach, Caiif ; two sisters, Mrs. ~[t Gardner a'nd Mrs. Winnie ~b, both of Jackson, Miss.; 11 h~.:,_,~Children ; 21 great- [~:~uren; and one great-great- bearers were grandsons. ! ANNIE R. GRANVILLE ~t~al services for Mrs. Annie ranville, 82 of Malakoff were [! P.m. Saturday in Antioch Bap- ~d i~rch in Malakoff with Elder L~ teen and Elder S V Darty of- ~ment ~a was in Steen Cemetery in ff under the direction of Browh ry in Malakoff. Granville died Dec. 12 in her n Malakoff after a long illness. ~Was born Mar, I0, 1898, inla~eo~i ! County and lived in Ma of ~f her life She was a member h of the Living God PGT. livors include one daughter, Mrs. ~Mae Greaves of Malakoff; three i~,.nn Granville of Tyler, W. C. ~.e of Jarnacia N Y, and Cleo ~[lle of IHt. Alba;'five sisiters, ~ann,e Brooks, M~S~aOraaAll%!~ ' ~drs Caihe T "" e of Dallas [off, Mrs. Willie McKe. hens [rs. Roberta Houston of At ; Lbrthers, Henry Redic of ~n, Manuel Redic of Waxahachie n_jf Mallard Gun Shop will start [[Unsmithing school January 28th. Pre the first gun shop in Texas to ~nsed to hold a school. [~h }' Will meet from 7-9 on Wed- ~s and also have a make up tr~ i ~ on Fridays. !earrings as pins rl t'stYie pierced earrings as ,d ~b' COllar pins, especially ff an ll'l.ack Is lost'' rategically )O[ !]'Uster or pros, st and attrac .~, m a very creative des" ~cessory, says Beverly Rh_oa . , ~,g specialist with the Texas ~',~[a/ E.xtension Service, The ""1 Umversity System. iBr,cks Cracked? Sills iotten? Unlevel Floors? i --CALL-- )erl Cannon i Leveling : I, Athens 675-7096 First Savings now has checking accounts. You can have a checking account and savings account in one place where all your money earns top interest. If you don't wish to maintain a certain balance in your checking account, two other accounts arc available for a nominal monthly fee. Your checking account at First Savings pays % interest compounded daily for a 5.39% annual yield. There is no minimum balance required to earn interest on our accounts; every penny earns. First Savings has always offered savings accounts with the highest possible interest and now we pay top interest on checking. When you check with First Savings, your check- ing business is welcome at all six of our offices throughout East Texas. Make deposits or with- drawals easily because wherever you live or work, there's a First Savings office nearby. Now that First Savings has savings, loans, six locations and free checking plus interest... At First Savings, you have your choice of checking accounts. One account is free of service charges when you maintain a $500 minimum checking balance or $1,000 minimum in passbook savings or if you are 60 years of age or older. If your balance falls below the minimums, a $7.50 fee is charged to your account that month. The First Savings Spirit Means More. ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Athens Mabank Malakoff. Wills Point Kaufman Forney Member FSLIC An Affiliate of lnvest-Tex, Inc.