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b LAKO =' NEWS Page Eight Friday, February 19, 1965 Malakoff, Texas BY MRS. HAROLD SHAVER Phone HU 9-2169 Wade and Jay Williams of Ath- ens spent the week-end with their grandmother, Mrs. Eula Thornton. C. C. Turlington has been dis- missed from Haynes Hospital and has returned to his home in Dal- las. Mr. Turlington is a native of Cross Roads and has many rela- tives here. Mrs. Walter Floyd was admit- ted to a Dallas hospital Monday mo~dng for treatment. Mra Charlea Bosher of Karne~ City spent the week with her l daughter end family, Mr. and Mrs. Toby Allen. Friends of Mrs. Harry McCul- loeb ~ ll be happy ~to know that her recent ear surgery has been successful and she can now hear @itlml~t a hearing aid. Mr. Mc- Culloch has just recovered from a case of pneumonia. A Workers Conference of the Women's Missionary Association i will be held a~ the Malakoff Church tonight at 7:30. Ladies from all over the county will at-I tend, including several from theI Cross Roads Baptist Church. I Construction has begun on a newI home for Mr. and Mrs. Eill New- man. It is being built near Bill's mother, Mrs. Lorna Newman. Mrs. Newman is the former Miss Kay Lynn Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis. Mrs. Marlin Nichols and her youngest son spent several days in Memorial Hospital last week with a virus. Diane Litchfield attended the National Honor Society banquet last Thursday night It was held at the Spanish Trace Inn in Ath- ens. Diane is a junior in Athens High School and is also a member of the Student Council. EXT A Thinking Man Knows the value of that "'Clean Cut" look. . . Is an individual . . . Has an open mind toward changes, toward improv- ment . . . Likely too, he will enjoy a good barber who under- stands what an individual hair cut means to a man-- TIME TRY 406 E. Hwy. 31 's Barber MALAKOFF, TEXAS DIANE LITCHFIELD IS HOST FOR PARTY Diane Litchfield was hostess for a Valentine Party at her home af- ter church Sunday night, February 14. The group enjoyed playing games and records. A heart-shaped cake was served with cokes, chips and dips to the young people of the First Baptist Church. Those present were Tony Cliver, Roberta Richardson, Tom- my Barnett, Dixie Gage, Bobble Karen Davis, Lila Richardson, Monta Roberts, Anita Casey, Bill Walker and the hostess. PAM HARTON HOSTESS FOR FAMILY GATHERING Little Miss Pam Harton, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harton was hostess for a family weiner roast on Friday night at the home of her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Tur- lington. Those present other than the hostess, her parents, and grand- parents were another grandmoth- er, Mrs. Ethel Itarton, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Turlington, Mr. and Mrs. James Turlington and Glenda of Waller, and little Miss Kim Harton, Pain's sister. Mr. Lure Willingham is in Mem- orial Hospital in Athens for ob- servation and tests. Mrs. J. A. Moon has returned to her home after spending several days in the Medical Center Clinic in Tyler. Mrs. Moon had minor toe surgery last Thursday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCreary of Athens, and Sam Ring, Bonnie and Brenton of Garland were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crist. Mrs. Eula Mae Cotton visited her daughter and family in Tyler i for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shelton. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Farmer over the week- end were Mr. and Mrs. Burl Gross and Kimberly Dawn of Houston. The Dugan Boyds and the Bud Boyds of Athens visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cobb last Thurs- day night. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stewart were Mrs. Hollis Bristow and children of Willow Springs, and Lila Rich- ardson. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gafford had three of their children and their families home for the week-end. They Were Jean Gafford of Kil- gore, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gaf- ford of Seagoville, ~nd Mr. and Mrs. Grady Berry and son of Dal- las. Mrs. Billy Riddlespedger under- went minor surgery in Memorial Hospital in Corsicana last week. She was brought home last Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. James Turling- ton and Glenda of Waller visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car- roll Turlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cliver this week-end. The Bobcats won a second place trophy in the Murchison tourna- ment last week-end. We had three students named on the All-tourna- ment team. They were Kenneth McGee, Terry Loper, and Roseann Slovak. The basketball teams are in Cayuga this week-end, and are hoping to add more trophies to the trophy case. SCHOOL MENU February 22-26 Monday -- Cream of tomato soup, pimento cheese sandwich, carrots, cup cakes, milk. Tuesday -- Liver, creamed po- tatoes, blackeyed pegs, lettuce, salad, corn bread, peanut butter cookies, milk. Wednesday -- Chicken, rice and gravy,green beans, cabbage sa- lad, corn bread, s~rup and butter, rolls, milk. Thursday -- Beans, carrots, hominy salad, corn bread, peaches, milk. Friday ~ Hot dogs, p o t a t o chips, peanut butter, cup cakes, milk. Gary Trammell Of Cross Roads Honored Gary Trammell of Cross Roads was voted Most Valuable Player in the Freshman boys basketball tournament held in Cayuga last week-end. Gary. is the fifteen-year-old son of Mr. and-Mrs. R. J. Trammell, and is a 6, 3" freshman in Cayuga High School. Before entering high school he was enrolled in Cross Roads School for eight years. Gary played basketball for three vears for the Bobcats and serve(i as captain of the team for one year. Cayuga won first place in the tournament and Gary was respon- sible for 52 points scored in three games. Second place went to Pal- estine. Athens received the third place trophy, while Jacksonville was awarded consolation. Other teams participating in this tourna- ment were Westwood, Grapeland, Corsieana, and Browaasboro. A trophy was presented to Gary for being named Most Valuable Player. Besides this honor he was selected as Freshman Class Fav- orite earlier in the school year. Cross Roads has five ex-stu- dents now playing for the Cayuga Wildcats. Other than Gary they are Tony Crist, Tommy Barnett, Sue Stewart, and Kathy Davis. OTFIS R. CUDE Former Malakoifian Named Waler Manager Ottis R. Cude of 4812 Cypress Street has been named manager of the North Little Rock Water De- partment, according to an an- nouncement made yesterday by the Water Commission. Cude, 43 went to work for the waterworks when it was owned by the American Water Co. in February, 1951. He has been as- sistant manager since 1960 and was appointed acting manager by the Commission last February fol- lowing the death of J. H. Mont- gomery, who had been the man- ager for many years. In announcing the appointment M. S. McCord, chairman of the Commission, said: "Mr. Cude is en- tirely familiar with the system, and he is well-liked by the Water Department employees. The city is indebted to him for the way he has assumed the responsibility of running the Department following the death of Mr. Montgomery. The Commission felt he was entirely qualified and deserving of the pro- motion." A native of Malakoff, Texa~. Cude has lived in North Litt!e R(~:k since 1964. During World War II he was stationed at Cam:~ Robinson with the 66th Infantry. tte n:et and later married a North i Little Rock resident, the former iFlorene Adams. Cude spent 14 manths in com- i bat in Germany and France. Ite If'as a sergeant major when he was discharged from active duty. Cude remained active in the Army Reserves until he retired with 21 years of service two years ago. Returning to North Little Rock to make his home, Cude worked for sixx years as the supervisor for Bralie Homes at Fifth and Vine Street. He joined the North Little Rock Water Co as called then, on February as a meter repairman. He and his wife have dren -- a son, Danny, 10, daughter. .Mrs. Willard Searcy. They are members Central Baptist Church. Rotarian. a Mason, a Gordon Gale American Post and the Board of of the North Little Rock Club. He is a son of Mrs. Cude of Malakoff. He was educated in the schools in Malakoff and tended Central College and Rock University. He is a Class A. Water Supply tor by the State Health ment. "In the Service of Others" CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home And keep on the go with our complete service for your transportation. Passenger Utility .0 Commercial Pleasure See Why Royall-Waller Service Depart- ments Are Rated In The Top Three Of All Chevrolet Dealers In The Dallas Zone Year Afier Year! PARTS SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY ALUMINIZED Fits most all passenger cars '54 through "64 Reg. $15.75 Value !82 Now free inspection of present muffler The fumes from a faulty muf- fler canbe deadly. 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