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;i';:;-::-:.--::...::.:.::::-.:::..;:':.::;:::.:::.-:..:-:.-`-::..;.:;--::;::::;:;:.5:;:;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;::: i Obituaries f iV " " * ps chapel of Paschal Funeral wr home of Malakoff with Rev. David Hutchins of First w. Phillips, 69, of Mala- United Methodist Church .ed Thursday in a officiating. vel,,o ho r" spital after a Interment will be in Trin- 'ncD' illness. . idad City Cemetery with d'tral services were held Paschal Funeral Home of Y at 2:30 p.m. in ff. Methodist Church Malakoff in charge of arrange- in Malakoff City ments. Survivors include a daugh- ICzY.undex the direction ter, Mrs. Sarah Brookshire of {/mnk Funeral Home of Austin, and a son Edgar W. .p Peterson, of Tacoma, Wash., hillips had lived in and several grandchildren. .ff for 26 years. He was rresident of Mabank. Pallbearers will be Steve Parker, Bud Dulaney, George Jl- insurance and real Quinn, Jim Williams, Nubbin d retired seven years Fleming and Bill Clark. T_LWas a member of the iffi_,ge and was a Mason. He was a B or the Methodist include three Oscar Phillips Sr. Phillips, both of John Phillips one sister, Mrs. Hyde of Mabank; one Phil Bishop of Fort / were Earl ,,'/ J.C. Fowler, Paul hillips, John L. Phil- l' Jimmy Phillips, and 1Fde, Jr. pallbearers were "of the Malakoff AF&AM. Peterson Peterson, 63, away Tuesday Georgetown, Tex., a lengthy illness. a former resident and was a of the Methodist services will be at in the Charlie Jock The funeral service for Charlie Jock, a 46-year resi- dent of Kerens, was held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Paschal Fu- neral Home Chapel in Kerens with the Rev. Gerry Neal and the Rev. Van Houser offi- ciating. Burial was in Post Oak Cemetery in Malakoff with Paschal Funeral Home of Kerens in charge of the arrangements. Mr. Jock, 71, died Friday night in a Corsicana hospital. He was a native of Groes- beck and a retired farmer. He was a member of the Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nanie B. Jock of Kerens; five daughters, Mrs. Everlyn Combs of Kerens, Mrs. Pauline Bass of Cayuga, Mrs. Louise Tackett of Corsicana, Mrs. Grace Shuck of Arling- ton, and Mrs. Darlene Stacy of Carbon; six brothers, Will Jock and Clyde Jock, both of Corsicana, Vester Jock and Willie Earl Jock, both of OOWr GAMBLE WITH YOUR EATING THIS WINTER! MODERN! EL|CTRIC! SPECIAL ELECTRIC FURNACES DEAL! ELECTRIC WIRING HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE BAMCO Ibnk B.A. McKay Co. 887-7912 iii00 Right To Read iii Meetings Held Malakoff, Herbert Jock of Sulphur Springs and Bobby Jock of Dallas; three sisters, Mrs. Bea Whitely of Mala- koff, Mrs. Myrtle Worthing- ton of Fort Worth and Irene Humaker of Dallas; and 15 grandchildren. Nephews served as pall- bearers. J.W. Kelley J.W. Kelley, 80, of 523 Smith St., Malakoff, died at Cedar Lake Nursing home Monday, Feb. 23 at 8:45 a.m. Funeral services were to be held at Carroll & Lehr Memory Chapel Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Eddie Ricks officiating. Inter- ment was set for Post Oak Cemetery. Born in Frost, Tex., Mr. Kelley lived in Henderson County practically all his life. He was married to Pearl Cox at Cross Roads on Jan. 9, 1915. He was a member of Parkview Baptist Church. A retired farmer, he is survived by his wife of Malakoff; one son, J.H. Kelley of Malakoff; two daughters, Mrs. Opal Phelps of San Antonio, and Mrs. Alma Skipworth of Jackson- ville; one brother, G.A. Kelley of Frost; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Pallbearers are Will Kelley, Thomas Featherston, Ronnie McNeill, Leonard Dyer, Jerry Fainwater and Hebert Price. Vinnie I. Peavy Funeral services for Miss Vinnie I. Peavy were held Monday, Feb. 23, in the Providence Baptist Church in Tool with Rev. Irvin Anthony officiating. Interment was in the,Tool Cemetery under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home of Mabank. Miss Peavy, a resident of Rt. 3, Kemp, died Sunday in a Dallas hospital following a long illness. Born Jan. 15, 1898, in Navarro County, Miss Peavy was a lifelong resident of Tool. She was a member of the Providence Baptist Church in Tool. Survivors include a brother, Lester Peavy, of Trinidad; five sisters, Mrs. Addle Snowden, Mrs. Bertha Young, Mrs. Beulah Garrett, all of Tool; Mrs. Aline Chamblis of Mesquite and Mrs. Marcelle Winston of Trinidad. Here Recently Two meetings have been held in connection with the Right to Read pregram m the Malakoff Elementary School during the past two weeks. The first meeting, held Monday, February 2, included members of the steering com- mittee. These members are Mrs. Charolotte Brown, Right to Read Director, Mr. Don Gordon, principal, Mrs. Kath- ryn Jenkins, primary level representative, and Mrs. Re becca Gartrell, intermediate level presentative. Plans for 1975-76 Right to Read projects were discussed. Long term plans for continuing improvements in reading were reviewed. On Wednesday, February 11, Mrs. Brown presented the ideas ezpressed by the steering committee to the faculty during two level meetings. Teachers were given an opportunity to in- dude additional ideas and give opinions on the ideas presented by the steering committee. These ideas will be pre- eented to the Right to Read Task Force during the" next regular meeting. All committee members will be given the opportunity to present additional ideas for consideraion and to decide priorities of the ideas already expressed. In England, the daisy is an emblem of deceit. Feb. 26, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 9 meet the train, or, after it was built, to the brick yard to watch its operations. She recalls Wilhanks' livery stable across the railroad, and several owners of dry goods stores in Malakoff, including Lon Tanner, Fate Evans, George Thompson, and a Mr. Riddlesperger. "Mrs. Sadie Carson told me there was a jug factory down south of the railroad below the livery stable," Mrs. Stacey said. "But I don't remember it." She also recalls a succession of doctors- Melton, Johnson, Brogan, Richardson and Webster before she reached her teens, as well as an early BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON PH. 489-1335 119 N. Terry, Malakoff DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 672697 Athens, Tx. MYWAY UPHOLSTERY Free Estimates Pick Up & Delivery Quality Workmanship 214-425-3.967 Eustace CAMPBELL'S EXPERT WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas II Methodist pastor here, M.I. Brown, who came to the family home and Baptized, "sprinkled," the kids, she said in the interview. "There was a water well in the center of the street downtown where people would stop and water their stock when they came to town trading," Mrs. Stacey recalled. The old family home started out as a split log one-room affair, later enlarged to a traditional farm home of the period, with a veranda through the center, a long porch across the front, and rooms on either side of the front-to-back veranda. But these days, Mrs. Stacey keeps busy sewing and wife of J.P. Phillips in Mala- playing 42 with several koff. Jack is in Mexia. friends who have formed a Mrs. Stacey is one of the club that meets twice a week. youngest "old folks" around, Mrs. Stacey bore three and if you don't know her, children, two boys and a girl. you're missing out on some The oldest son died in 1944, thing. Happy 84th, Mrs. and daughter, Mary, is the Stacey. lOO00 SOUD 00ATE rho OCEANSlOE G3410C Energy Saving Solid-State Chassis Power Sentw Voltage Regulating System Brilliant Chromscolor Picture Solid-State Tuning System 13" diagonal 5389 PmLLIPS APPLIANCE HENDERSON COUNTY has an up-to-date AMBULANCE SERVICE with new and modern equipment, ... and trained personnel to assist your every need. w @ SUBSCRIBE NOW AND HELP TO KEEP THIS SER'IIOE IN HENDERSON OOU and SAVE SS TOOZ LUMBER * HARDWARE Nephews served as pal]- 1 bearers. Bar Hits Bondsman ENROLL NOW In Our Ambulance Service Membership Plan. The membership plan includes LUMBER The Henderson County Bar Association has passed a k' Ambulance Service To All Members ... As Often As Medically * PAINT * SERVICE resolution objecting to prac- tices of James Burks, an Athens bail bondsman and seeking his ouster from an office at the county jail. Burks, who also is a representative of the Health Education and Welfare CETA work training program admin- istered by East Texas Council of Governments, occupies an office in that capacity at the county jail, and spends a great deal of time at the office. "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open' til 4:00 Saturday W.R. Mcgee Lumber Co. 31 East Phone 489-0527 MALAKOFF FEED & SUPPLY Y S S. Terry 489-0367 =. teve T. Dewees, Store Ho,s: Nights: 489-1892 --DWner, Mmager . Mon.. v. 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. C Sat. 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ' Omplete Line of Purina Chows & Health Products Free Local Delivery on Ton Purchases GRAND OPENING SPECIALS Zee , LeS " 00ange, Chow Purina 187o Range Cubes 00125 to. -- illlllll J i ill t I I i I I I mill I ill U IIW Ilil II nl ul Inl IIi II It W II IS II IJ II W i m m WW 1-3 '115 ton Necessary. , Transportation To All Major Medical Facilities Within A 50 Mile Radius Of The County, Including - Tyler, Corsicana, Jacksonville, Palestine & Dallas , All Calls With The Exception Of The Above Named Cities Which Are Outside A 50 Mile Radius Of The County At The Low Rate Of $ .75 Per Mile. QUALIFIED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS ON EVERY CALL II ii In the event the members use the Ambulance Service and have Insurance covering such expense, the com- pany will provide the member with a receipt in the amount of the membership, this will essentially re. Imburse the member his enrollment fee. e Membership is for a 12 month period, which will expire at midnight March 31, 1977. The membership covers all members of the family, husband and wife, end all  C." c hildrenofthefamllyunder21yearsofage .... Including i  . all students at school over 21. e Membership enrollment is $25.00 per family $15.00 per single member and open until March 31, 1976. No Membership enrollment after this date. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE HCT JORDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPANY, INC. OF TEXAS Enclosed iS CASH r CHECK JL FOR rl SI500 [$25.00 Enroll me inthe 1976-77 AMBULANCE SERVICE PLAN INDICATED BELOW: FAMILY No. in family ........... List family members (husband and.or wife, children under 21 living at home) on reverse side. INDIVIDUAL rl RENEWAL[] NEW MEMBERSHI P rl Make checkor money order payable to and mall this application to: JORDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE CO., INC., OF TEXAS, P.O. Box 1296, A,THENS, TEXAS, 75751 PHONE: (214) 675.1911 NAME ................................................................................ STREET ............................................................................. Phone No ..................... CiTY ........................................................ LiSt Family Members & Aces THIS IS NOT AN INSURANCE POLICY. Oll reverse side. II I SPHIAL,101111 Ambulimce Service for ell non.members well be 160,00 per rail. Rug In =1. ditional charge of $1;S0 per mile beyond the city limit= frorp which the am. bulenra wde dispatched, end a $15.00 fee for use of oxygen and.or other eclel equipment used. Sheuld more thin one member of o fimlly use the service, elch additional member will be chBrged at haft prlcel