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Page 8 i!!! a !i! Obituaries Louis J. Flanagan Funeral services were held Saturday for Louis J. Flanagan, father of Mrs. Stephen Sutton of Malakoff. Mr. Flanagan, 63, of Palestine, died at 11 p.m. Thursday in a Palestine Hospital. Services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church in Palestine with the Rev. W.S. Blanton officating. Burial was in the New Addition Cemetery under the direction of Bailey Funeral Home of Palestine. A native of Palestine, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Flanagan, Sr. He was a realtor, a veteran of World War II having served in the army: a member of the First Presbyterian Church where he had been an elder. He was a former member of the Calif.; one brother, Elmer Anderson of New Caney; three sisters, Irene Gandy of Sweetwater, Della Murphy of Lubbock and Corine Gandy of Malakoff; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Loraine Anderson of Eustace and a son-in-law, C.A. Bolens of Durham, Calif. ; 17 grandchildren; 26 great grandchildren; and two great great grand- children. Pallbearers included Paul Blair, Weaver Harriot, Jimmy Martin, Garland Maxwell, Earl Jones, ttarold Durmon and Kelton Gandy. Ubrary News Malakoff Public Library has received approximately 300 books recently, including top fiction and board of trustees of the non-fiction best sellers and Palestine Independent many new childrea:s books, School District and had according to librarian Ahna served as president of the Jessie McLain. Included among the new board. He was past" books is 'Roots" by Alex presidentRotary Clubf the; a Palestineformer Hailry,, 'Why Not the member of the Palestine Best?" by Jimmy Carter, Chamber of Commerce and and "Blind Ambition" by was a former director of the John Dean, she said. board and a former member Other authors in the list of and chairman of Ducks new books include Jean Unlimited. Williams, Victoria Holt, The Survivors include his wife, Osmonds, whose book, "The Mrs. Betty Thompson Story of the Osmonds" is Flanagan of Palestine; one also now in hand. son. L.J. Flanagan Jr. of Palestine; one daughter, PUBLIC NOTICE Mrs. Stephen (Lou) Sutton of Malakoff; one sister, Mrs. Public Notice is hereby Ruth Flanagan Carnaltan of given: Palestine, THAT an election is Pallbearers were Glenn ordered in the City of Star Woods, Vernon Calhoun, Harbor, Texas, for the Clyde Hanks, K.A. Ander- election of Mayor and three son, Luckett Kolstad, [3] Aldermen for two [2] Gordon Broyles, Lee Huebel, year terms, plus a special Wayne Smith, W,M. election of two [2] Aldermen for one [1] year terms. This Knowles and Felton E. election will be held on Brown. Saturday, April 2, 1977, at Malvin Raymond Rector the City Hall located in the City of Star Harbor, Texas, The funeral service for between the hours of 7 a.m. Malvin Raymond Rector, 63, and 7 p.m. took place at 3 p.m. last Wednesday in Eubank Funeral Home Chapel in Canton with the Rev. James Sphrd and tH Rev. T.E. Gassaway officiating. Mr. Rector was buried in Colfax Cemetery in Van Zandt County. He died Monday in a Tyler nursing home. A retired rancher, Mr. Rector was a native of Ben Wheeler and had lived in Eustace the past two years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Clara Rector; three daughters, two of whom are Mrs. Sue Joslin of Trinidad and Mrs. Valfa Ballard of Eustace; two sisters, including Mrs. Margie Odom of Ben Wheeler; one brother, and eight grandchildren. Pallbearers were Ray Dean Hall, Harold Shaw, Leland West, Lee Ottis Ptor, C.W. Rector and Bobby Petty. Monroe Clyde Anderson Mr. Monroe Clyde Ander- son, 84, a resident of Mala- koff for the past 26 years, passed away Monday morning in Henderson County Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was a member of THAT absentee balloting shall be held in the City Hall of Star Harbor, Texas by contacting the City Secre- tary between the dates of March 15 and March 30, 1977. THAT the Election Judge for the Annual City Officials' Election on April 2, 1977, shall be appointed by the City Council prior to the election and the Alternate Election Judge shall he appointed by the City Council, and they shall have the right to appoint as many Clerks as they deem advis- able and necessary. THAT anyone wishing to file an application to have their names placed on the ballot as a candidate for the office of Mayor or Alderman must file an application with the City Secretary of Star Harbor, Texas not later than March 2, 1977 at 5 p.m. Joe Gerard Mayor Pro Tem ATTEST: Sharon Cameron City Secretary Box 84 SH I II I -- BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON Parkview Baptist Church PH. 4-13 and was a retired carpenter. 119 N. TenT, M=lakoff Funeral services were ,, , scheduled for 10 a m ,  . " " DWIGHTA JCNES OD. Wednesday at rarzvzew nc,,c,,cq, " Baptist Church with Rev __ ,, ......... o. - " 220 S Palestine, Box 889 C P Bonner Jr and Rev .., " " " . " uosed Wed. Afternoons Jamie Kinneman officiating. PIm 675 2697 Athens Tx Interment was to be in " ' " th '""' Payne Cemetery, wi ; ..... , ..... i Paschal Funeral Home of CAMPBEI, L'S Malakoff in charge of EXPERT arrangemente. W AT(?H M A K I N G lle is survived by one son, JEWELRY REPAIR Andrew G. Anderson of Phone675-;l132 Euatace; one daughter, Mrs. ,Athens, Texas Lou Bolens of Durham, __ ,,,L., .... mmmm  - )  FUNERAL A ,CHI L .OME We Honor All Burial Policies 489-1 MALAKOFF NEWS March We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities Prices Effeclm Thursday, March 241hru Tuesday, March 29 Iq d-- Grocery Prices and the Ywr Low Overhead- Low Price Gmceff -fie Friendliest SeMce in Store Hours: 8 a.m. to6] Mon. thru Sat, 203 E. Malakoff 489-0514 We Gladly Accept . l00;o'00r 0P_E00 S ,UNDAYS ;lb': Chunk-lit" --L-- s149 6,0000oz. 5 79 32 III m Libbys __ __ _aL_ V" Scents l[ lenna Sausage ] - -- I I . I/$1 Dam 00oap s II ,oz. ,,,./" J N Body Bar 4.00/1 ROOtrBeer Frosbe "' Remember Our NEW Store Hours! [Open One Hour Later Monday thru Saturday- 8:t111 & to 7:t111 p.m. Open All Day Sunday-9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Larsen's Veg-AH. 16 OZ. 3/Sl Town Talk Bread 1 lb. loaf 3/Sl Glad Quality for Less vAth our Try Our Delicious. Private Label Products Smoked Bar-B Que Parade It'll Make Being Hungry 'I'rash Biscuits a Downright Pleasure! Extra Heavy Duty Reg. We Sell The Best Beef In 30g. 8169 P ce'T9 8OZ. 8/Sl East Texas & That s No Box of 15 1 You Sa e  BULL! Showboat Spaghetti Canned 15 oz. 5/$1 Bush White or Yellow Hominy 14% oz. , 5/'1 i Kraft Pudna Garlic French Dressing  49 Cat Chow p.. Austex (No Beans) Heinz Sliced Hamburger ,,.i. : Garnish Your Salads With ,am Chili' Dill Pickles ,,ff ' Io Radishes  e,,et Mix or Match ) 19 oz. a  16 oz. 2-cup ) , " g" 79 :, ; __ 59 . -- . en Onions California ' .;. % Texas  Russet  Dn/[ Warm Weather Cook-Out Favorite Calam  ' - - ,IJu,ce Oranges_ I Potatoes | Salt I Pork Spare R,bs 79' gvocaaos 69 ` , .... o, ,a, I Jowl I--- 4fl !."3,b./=lls149T"t'.. I =o, IJPork Chops $1.39 Ilt, :: ]inyy w,o " ! & Than 1'/' It). I Oalb. I/ II , Rodeo vac pak ,2oz. P rk t,rouna __,.o 59 o . gUll..D Beef . Chops luerKraut Fay-p (3 lb. or More)5!) :oO e 3/Sl Sl002 i if l/I .... ||l