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mmun II Page 2 - The News Friday, February l, 2013 I II I II I I I I II " I "1 II I/lli " I I1" rl I" "1 I II "' " " ' ' .......... By Peggy Allen South Place, that she had sore knees and a skinned for a few minutes and Special to The News fallen. I will be checking and blooded nose for my said she was doing okay. On Saturday, Jan. 26, on her this week. part. I'm doing okay but It was good to hear from the Veterans of Foreign You can all me at (903) my knees are sure her, I used tO stop in and Wars in Athens held a 603-4298. This is thehurting, see her when I went out benefit barbecue for only way to get in touch Clara said her room-to see Clara Jo. Southside Henderson with me at the moment, mate fell just a few hours Sally Trammell is in County Volunteer Fire The Cross Roads after she did. She seems rehab for a few weeks, Department, the former booster parents are to be doing okay. She she also fell at her house. "Shady Oaks" Volunteer selling cookbooks for $10 was asleep when I was Kenneth Bledsoe has Fire Department. More to raise money for a trip there to see Clara Jo. gone home and we wish equipment is needed and during spring break. The Clara Jo went to him good health. all proceeds were do- recipes are from the staff church Sunday morning Clara Jo wanted me to nated to the newly at Cross Roads ISD and and said they had a good mention her thanks to the formed Southside VFD. the band members. They turnout. State House of Repre- Members of the new can contact Nelda Laura Roberts came sentatives for the resolu- volunteer fire department Farmer at (903) 203-8887 by to visit Clara Jo one tion hOnoring her for 30 receive no pay for their or Dianna Bell at theday this last week. Also plus years of writing the time. Since we are a school. Let's all support Sue Perry from the Cross Roads News and rural area with lots of this good cause. There apartments where Clara for writing for the Athens folks living here, we need are sure to be some good Jo used to live stopped by Review and Malakoff , a strong and well recipes in the book. to visit. News. We would all like equipped fire department. Went by to see Clara Pat Kinbrew had all to add our Thank You to We enjoy your newslet- Jo Sunday and she told her family around her Clara Jo for all she gave ter, W.A. Brown. me she f..e!t again, this is over the holidays, to us over the years, I got a call from Steve the second time SinceClara Jo said that keeping us in touch with : Trammell and he said ChristmasDay. She is Janice Rogers, who is in friends and family. that his wife, Sandy, had feeling Okay exept sbe the choir at church, also Our thoughts go out to been in the hospital with is sore all down her back fell going up the steps at the Tony Douglas family, , the flu. She is home sid& Seems like a lot of ch~ch, gladly she wasn't a true gentleman and now, but still feeling people are falling this hurt. Christian. Thank You under the weather. He time of the year. I fell a While I Was there, Tony F0r Touching Our also told me he had heard week ago and hit on my Clara's cousin NamoiLives! You will be Sally Trammell was in knees and_nose: GOt called from Piano to chat missed. .... Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, personal, gory and non- In case someone missed stop." the review for the movie Rated F, feeble dialOgue, Resident Evil: Retribution in weak acting, violence, gory, the Guide section, page 17, nonstop and yet this film is of the Dallas Morning No. tattheboxoffice[This News last Friday, Jan. 25, should not surprise, vio- l013, allow me to share, lence on public theat~ The movie is rated F (the screens has become preva- lowest possible rating) with lent in our society. the following review, "This We are now a society fifth entry in the series was where children's entertain- No. 1 at the box office on ment, for many, includes its debut weekend, despite video games where win- its feeble diaiogue and weak ning ts defined by how acting. The violence is im- many people or creatures i i i ii i i i i I i u i i , ill;i Ii II|ill l, www.MyCleanPlumber.com or things a player can kill torical cycle involving de- and extra points are mocracy and tyranny to re- awarded when the killing alize that we give up these is by the most hideous rights at our own peril: means. I believe the greatest All is well until violence change in our Society over becomes frequent head- the last sixty years is its lines with incidents of may: Ifl0ral decay, where ele- hem by deranged indtvidu- ments of instant gratifiea: als in theaters, schools, and tion, anything goes, some- other public places. Then thing for nothing, you owe Hollywood, politicians in me. and I want it free and Washington D.C., much of forever has become a way the main stream media, and of life for far too many. liberals everywhere rush to Could this be a contribut- blame the violence on gun ing cause of today's vio- ownership and the availabil- lence? Sixty years ago, we ity of guns. did not have these frequent Our 2nd Amendment incidents ofpublic,4olence rights are again trader at- when gun ownership was tack from all the noise mak- as common as it is today. ers mentioned above. One Bud Henry only needs to study the his- Trinidad , Obituaries-- Frank Deason Services for infant Frank Ray Mallory Deason Jr., were held Jan. 27; 2013, at Huekal~e/Tomlinson Funeral Home in Malakoff with Wayne Pitchford officiating. He was born Jan. 22, 2013, in Athens, to LaTonya (Comer) and Frank Ray Mallory Deason and died the same day. Survivors include his parents, grandparents Beverly and Doyle Deason and Cheryl and Neal Baker; great-grand- parents Catherine Mallory, Mary and Richard Ansley, Shirley and Ray Brown; aunts Sarah Osborne McManus and Joy Dial, uncles Beau Osborne, Timmy Pope and Mark Deason; numerous cousins. -Community Calendar- East Texas Medical Center Mobile Mammography The East Texas Medical Center Mobile Mammogra- phy Unit will be located in.the front parking lot at Trinity Valley Community College in AthensFriday (today) Feb. 1. All mammOgrams performed are digital screening, best known for early detection of breast cancer. To make an appointment, call ETMC at 1(800) 648-8141. TVCC Dance Clinic The Trinity Valley Community College Cardettes will host a dance clinic for girls ages 5-10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2. Students will learn a basic dance routine and perform that evening at a Cardinal basketball game at Cardinal Gym. Cost is $35 and includes, a T- sh!rt.Space islimited. For more reformation, call (903) 675-6225 oremail dmansfield@tvcc.edu. Henderson County Senior Citizens Valentine's dance The Henderson County Senior CitiZens will sponsor a country:western Valentine's Day dance from7 - 9:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, at the Senior Citizens Center, lo- cated on State Highway 31 in Athens. All ages are wel- come. Music will be provided by the Hwy 31 Band. Payn Springs United Methodist Church Fellowship night The Payne Springs United Methodist Church Fellow- ship Night will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6. The pro- grain, "Buddy and the Flashbacks," is a memorial to Buddy Holly and begins at 6:30 p.m. Public is invited, brihg il' covered dish. Payne Springs United Methodist Church is located at 9667 SH 198. For more information, call (903) 451-3131. Red Waller Community Library Friends meeting The Friends of the Red Waller Community Library is holding its monthly meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, at the library. Knights of Columbus Fish Fry The Knights of Columbus Mary Queen of Heaven Council 12253 m Malakoffis hosting a fish fi'y and shrimp dinner from 4:30- 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15: Meal includes cat fish, shrimp, French fries, hushpuppies, coleslaw, drinks and home baked goods: Take out included. Take SH 198 tO Star Harbor Road (FM 3062) in Malakoff. Follow the Catholic Church sign to CR 1703. Run for Roses Barrel Race The Henderson County Texas Farm Bureau is holding its Run for Roses 5D, I/2 split second 5th Annual Barrel Race Saturday, Feb. 16. Registration is at 9 a.m., with the exhibition from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The race begins at I p.m. Entry fee is $25 plus a $5 office charge. Exhi- bition is $4 Or three for $10. Open arena, concession stand available and 80/20 split on the pot. The MalakoffAg Arena is located behind the high school at 15201 FM 3062 in Malakoff. Take Hwy 198 North at signal light, turn left at FM 3062. After Barrel Race 4th Annual Chill Dinner and Auction The After Barrel Race 4th Annual Chili Dinner and Auction beginsat 5 p.m. Saturday Feb. 16, at the Malakoff High School cafeteria. Silent auction and dinner close at 6:30 p.m:. Winners willbe announced for the silent auc- tion and then the live auction will begin. For more infor- mation, e-mail malakoffyoungfarmers@yahoo.com or go to www.malakoffyoungl'armers.weebly.com. For the Love of Art Show and Sale " For theLove of Art Show and Sale presented by the Star Harbor watercolor society is from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 at the Star Harbor City Hall. Refreshments will be served. Take Hwy 198to FM 3062. For more infor- mation, contact Sharon Benningfield at (903);489-2949 or email lbfield 12@giimil.e0m. Henderson County Senior Citizens Mardi Gras dance The Henderson County Senior Citizens will sponsor a country/western dance and Mardi Gras celebration from 7 - 9:30 p.m. MOnday, Feb. 18, at the senior citi- zens Center located on State Highway 31 in Athens. All ages are welcome. Music will be provided by the Hwy 31 Band. 1 Hour Photo 409 W. Royall Blvd. - Malaludf Plaza II IIl l I