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The MalakMi News, Thursday, March ~S, 1981--3A Polly Walker ------ 489-1484 MR. AND MRS. RICKEY VIEREGGE Mrs. Rex King of Malakoff the marriage of their Debbie, to Rickey Lewis 13, 1981. Parents of the a boy! Jackson announce son, James Derek, 18, 1981 at Navarro County Derek and was 20 ins. long at of Cross Roads. Pater- Walter and Mary of Malakoff, are Walter W. Thelma Burks, both of members session Nobel Grand and Past Powers attended the Lodge 141st session in They represented received his post grand reported a nice visit, and tt was his first trip to the and to a Grand Lodge of They said the people of ~ery friendly, and when e two name tags of the "Where is Malakoff?" groom are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vieregge of Malakoff. Following a honeymoon in Shreveport, La. the couple is at home in Tyler where the bride is a senior elementary education major at the University of Texas at Tyler. The groom is service supervisor for Copy Products and attends Tyler Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farmer took their Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. granddaughters, Tara and Erin back to Chester Shumate on Thursday were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Far- Chester Owen Shumate from out on the mer in Bryan on Sunday. The children lake, Freddy Carter from Midlothian; had spent the week with their gran- Mr. andMrs. Waldron Beard of Athens ; dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Monty Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shumate of Willow Woodruff of Athens, and the Bob Far- Springs; and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne mers in Tri City. Mahoney of Corsicana as well as Mrs. Mrs. Bob Farmer visited with her Louise Shumate of this city dropping daughter, Debhle Washmon while by. shopping in Tyler on Wednesday after- Miss Sadie Carson had as her noon. houseguest on Tuesday and Wednesday Billy Joe Robertson and Son, Keith, of Evelyn Wilkle of Dallas. Henderson spent Thursday and Friday Leroy Almond motored to Denton on in this area visiting with his sister Mrs. Tuesday afternoon to pick up his wife, Charles Thompson and daughter, Lueille, who had spent the past two Janet, and his mother, Mrs. Calhoun weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, who is in the nursing home John Montya of Vernon and Mr. and in Athens. On Friday they were joined Mrs. Glen Montya of Denton. Mr. and by Linda Robertson and Shonda and Mrs. Alton Chambers accompanied they spent the weekend in Brownsboro him there. with Linda's mother. Mrs. Ira Jane Muilins and Mrs. Guests in the home of Mrs. Leroy Chester Shumate were in Corsicana on Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond business onTuesday. Reese this week were: Mr. and Mrs. J.D. and Inez Monroe dropped by Wade Hampton of Arlington, Gary Malakoff to visit with relatives, Mr. and Hampton and children, Alli and Mrs. John Shumate and Mr. and Mrs. Christina of Austin; and Mr. and Mrs. Cotton Monroe. They were pleasantly Rolfe Hollkeswik and baby, Morgan. surprised by Freddy Carter dropping in They call Mrs. Kirby gran-gran and at the same time at Cotton's. They were this was the very first time they had all returning to their home in DeWitt, gotten to spend an entire week on the Arkansas after visiting in Austin and lake together. They were joined on the Leander with another brother, Ed Win- weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Davis Reese ston Monroe. This all took place on and Jensie. Friday morning. They probably saw Pauline Ferguson of Malakoff visited Edgar Monroe too, but we were not with her brother, Earl Tarkington of sure. Kerens on Saturday. Mrs. Clyde Goodwin of Trinidad Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ferguson had came by the G.V. Walker home on as overnight guests on Saturday and Friday afternoon for a short visit. She Sunday their children, Mr. and Mrs. had her grandson Brian Goodwin of Carroll Russell and son, Justin, of Kerens with her. Brian had a week out Palestine. of school. Queiva and Glen Williams of Dallas graciously lent their home away from James Goodwin of Trinidad spent home in Malakoff to Freddy and Mary Friday in Dallas on business. His son, Carter and their two children of Brian Goodwin of Kerens has spent the Midlothian last week. They made their week with him and grandparents, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter andMrs. ClydeGoodwin. and Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate very Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodwin spent happy with their week long visit here. Sunday in Dallas visiting with his Mary kept herself busy making new brother, Mr. and Mrs. JohnGoodwin. curtains for the trailer, riding their Mr. and Mrs. Julius Perry of Powell horses that they brought, and visiting spent the weekend in East Texas and with old friends, stopped by the Clyde Goodwins on Sun- day enroute home. Jean Self has been very ill in Houston. She is at the Park Plaza Hospital there. We do hope that she is soon returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cartlidge of Dumas spent the weekend with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cartlidge, song director of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Elsie Hines, who is recuperating nicely after an operation in Garland had as guests last week her daughters, Jeanie Carpenter of San Marcos; Alita Hines of Fort Worth; Granddaughter Cindy Jackson, of Luling; Christi Usher of Austin; and great-grandson Chris Jackson also of Austin. the newspapers in the Published in the U. S. and MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR BYARS ate a O Arthur and Ola Byars will celebrate daughter, Bob Byars of Waco, M. M. their 81st wedding anniversary Satur- Byars of Michael's Cove, and Peggy day with a family anniversary dinner. Byford of Malakoff; four gran- The couple were married March 28, ddaughters; three grandsons; and 1920. eight great-grandchildren. They are parents of two sons and one An Alternative .... Quality Christian Education Informational Meetings March 30, 31 at 7:30 p.m. College & Prairieville St. Athens, Texas Representative from ACE, March 30 Representative from ABEKA, March 31 For additional information call: CARDINAL IN A PINE TREE, a framed crewel work by Olga Floto, is one of several handwork items now on display at the Malakoff Public Library. Friends of the Library are responsible for the display. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) Malakoff School menu MARCH 30-APRIL 3 Monday: Corny dogs with mustard, french fries, orange slices, milk. Tuesday: Fiestadas with shredded lettuce and tomatoes, banana slices, milk. Wednesday: SURPRISE I Thursday: Fish patties, blackeyed peas, cornbread, grape juice, milk. Friday: salisbury steak with gravy, whipped potatoes, hot rolls, jello with ~,'4 cup diced pears, milk. i . Air Conditioning. Car & Trucks * Brakes * Tune-Ups , Oil & Grease. 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