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Page Ten THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, February 19, 1965 Malakoff, Texas [ Justice of the Peace O. A. True- love was admitted to Haynes Hoe- and is still on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller went to Dallas last Thursday night to meet their son, Jerry, who flew in from Washington, D. C. for a week-end visit with his parents. Jerry, who has been serving as Page for Congress since the first of the year, reported that they ran into some bad weather, and he was a couple of hours late in arriving in Dallas. He returned to Washington Sunday. Mrs. Eileen Nee and son Will of Greenville, Alabama visited in the home of her uncle, O. R. Humph- ries i~nd Mrs. Humphries, Sunday. Other visitors were Mrs. W. D. Irvine of Van, Mrs. Edna Humph- ties of K i 1 g o r e and Mrs. Sam Holland of Athens and Mrs. Jess Humphries of Malakoff, all sisters of Mr. Humphries. Olen Dukes left last Thursday was admitted to Medical Cen- Hospital where he underwent He was able to return here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Williams and children of Mesquite were vis- in the home of her parents, and Mrs. Valmore Rogers, afternoon. Mrs. Jean Gunnells was carried ,by ambulance to Medical Center Hospital in Tyler last week where she underwent emergency treat- ment of a hemorrhage from a growth inside her ear. She was working as an employee of the Hollywood Vassarette Company in Athens at the time. Mrs. Gun- nells was dismissed Monday but will have to return for further treatment on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Drake anct Chris visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brownlow in Mesquite, Sunday. They attended church and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hershey "James" Barnett and girls, Marsha, a n d Pam Sunday afternoon before re- turning home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kirby left Sunday for~a few days va- cation which they are spending near Brownsville. Mrs. W. E. Rogers had as guests during the week-end her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Rogers of Mesquite. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate during the week-end were their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Jones of Terrell, who arrived on Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mil- lican and children of Ware. A GIRL AT LAST Darla Jean Bowman The News office offers belated congratulations to the family o! Sg't. Walter R. Bowumn of Golds- Lore, N. C. on their latest addi- ~]oa, "Darla Jean" weighed six ~ ~u ,'.ds, eleven ounces at the time of her birth, November 28, 1964. Darla was welcomed by three brothers:Stevie, 8; Russell, 6; Bryce. 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowman of Mal- akoff and Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Morris of Seagoville. LOCAL RESIDENTS ATTEND WEDDING Attending the wedding of Miss Danette Hunter and Harold Dah!- strom in Freeport last weekend were the brides grandmother, Mrs. Zillah Hunter, her aunt, Mrs. Car! ',tone and Mr. Stone of this city. The wedding music was pro vided by Deena Faye Cain accom- panied by Vanita Cook, also o: Malakoff. Louis Bumgardner, another local resident also was in attendance at the Freeport wedding. Mrs. Zilla Hunter remained in Freeport for a three weeks visit in the home of the brides par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McLain will observe their 60th welding anni- versary in their home on Friday, February 20. Mrs. Goldie Gunnels who has been ill for sometime was admitted to Medical Center In Tyler last week for special treatment. Freddie Carter was admitted to the Memorial Hospital in Athens last Saturday. Latest report was that he is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett Jr. and son, Randy, of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Ingram of Garland and Mrs. Paul Powers of Port Neches, were week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett and Mr. and Mrs. John Powers. Maxwell House Pound Can Giant Box Ill Edna 300 Size Fl'ozen and I I lll I I I Lb. Pkg. Bama Grape 18 Oz. Glasses Texsun Grapefruit 46 oz. c Can Sunkist Juicy Sweet I [ Lb. II Extra Fancy Delicious Lbs. U.S.D.A. Grade A Lb. All Meat Lb, Aqua Net Edna Salad Snowdrift Lb. Can Top Frost Frozen 6 OZ. Cans Food Club Instant 6 OZ. Pkg 15c Ruby Red C Lbs. Fresh Crisp Pound Tall Kern Lb. Box Rib or Brisket Lb. Ot. 122 N. TERRY ST. PHONE HU 9-2101 FOR DELIVERY IN MALAKOFF I I Miss Fran Williams Engagement AnrnOUne Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. T. Kowns-I,Ha ", so of Mr. lar of.~ustin, Texas, have announc-. 1 Finis Hard;'. of Malakoff ed the engagement of thew daugh- ated from the University ter, Miss Fran Williams of Cot- College of Pharmacy sicana, to Howard tlardy, also of l and R. Ph. degrees, Corsicana. The wedding ceremony will be held April 24 in St. John's Episco- pal Church in Corsicana. Miss Williams is a graduate of John Robert Powers Modeling School in Houston and Dallas. She is a former model for Neiman- :,~arcus, Dallas. Miss Williams is presently employed as a cost ac- countant for Wolf Brand Products, I::c in Corsicana. pharmaceutical chemistry elegy. He is currently pharmacist for the P. and mary and Gibson's scriptions in Corsicana. dy is a member of the and is a Jaycee. He is of the Navarre County Exes Association and a Conm~issioner in Circle cil, Boys Scouts of Fran Williams The Methodisi Church Rev. Thomas L. Jones, Pastor The Reverend Thomas L. Jones, pastor, will speak at the 11:00 a. m. Worship Service, Sunday, on the subject: NARROW IS T H E WAY. The Jr.-High and Senior M. Y.~ F's will meet at 6:00 p m. in the Children's Building an:lFellow- ! ship Hull, rcspeatively. ! Dr. Stanley Carter, Palestine ' D i s t r i c t Superintendent, -ill :, preach at the 7:90 p. m. Worshi,;i S e r v i c e . hnmediately following ! the Worship S~rvice, Dr. Carter l will preside over a called session of Quarterly Conference. An i:v-, portant iter~- of business on thvi agenda will be the election o,~ aI building Com:nittee for the ne--: parsonagz. The Se=ior .~.~. Y. F. will serve pie and coffee in the Fellowship Hall immediately fol- lowing the Quarterly Conference. The Comn:issii)n on Education and the Commission on Finance will meet We~esday ;at 7:00 p. M. in the Fell0~:ship HMI. Chancel Cholr Rehearsal will be held in the sanctuary immediately following the commission meet- ings. A warm welcome is extended to you to worship at First Methodist this sunday. TEXAN Athens, Texas Thur. - Fri. - Sat. Feb. 18, 19, 20 ANJANETTE COMER (from Dawson, Texas) "Quick Before It Melis'" Technicolor Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed Feb. 21-24 RICHARD BURTON "Becket" Technicolor TRAIL Athens, Texas Fri. - Sat. - Sun. Feb. 19, 20, 21 YUL BRYNNER "Kings Of The Sun'" Technicolor Plus Second BOBBY "Surf "GET MORE oUT LIFE GO OUT TO A llinq our BUSTER BROWN LONG SLEEVE SWEATERS CARDIGAN SWEATERS PULLOVER Snap front, ass'd colors Size; one to six X Regular $' 37 1.98 Value Assorted colors Sizes one to 6x Reg. 2.50 Now 1.69 Reg. 1.99 Now 1.37 Reg. 1.39 Now .99 Deputy Grand Matron Honored With Tea Mrs. Cosette Barnett of Mal- akoff, Deputy Grand. Matron of the Grand Chapter of Texas, Order of the Eastern S~ar, was honored with a Valentine tea Sunday after- noon, February 14, from 2 until 4 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curley Gilliam. Mines. Susie Bell Rushing, Eddie Gilliam, Dorothy Harrison, Katie Ford, and Mrs. Bennie Evans were hostesses for the te~. The home was beautifully deco- rated ~th Valentines which heI~- ed carD" out the theme of tl~e Worthy G rand Matron, Sister Amy Goebel, "Love and Under- standing." A most enjoyable fel- lowship v:a~ had bx the eighty- two guests ~ho registered. Mrs. Vivian Ingrain of Garland, niece of the Deputy Grand Ma- tron, served tea, while Lonnelle Baker of Dallas served the cake. Mrs. Pat McAllister of Dallas was at the guest book Fourteen Chapters were rep- resented, including: Malakoff, Dal- las, Garland, Palestine, Corsicana, Port Neches, F r o s t.Athens. Wortham, T e n n e s s ee Colony, Kemp, Lindale, Houston and Kil- gore. GARDEN CLUB The Malakoff Garden Club met Wednesday Feb. 10th in the home of Mrs. Bob Deason. Mrs. Jess Humphries was co-hostess. Mrs. Gordon Stogner, President, presided and the club collect was given by Mrs. Long. The roll was called by Mrs. Stogner. Minutes were not read because of the ab- sence of the secretary. During the business session the club members voted to help spon- sor the new city park. The program for the afternoon was on flower arranging. 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