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PAGE 2A - The Malakoff News - Wednesday, May 2, 2001 Community RENEW MY SUBSCRIPTION! Yes, I want to renew ( ) Please send me a one-year subscription to The MalakOff News. Name .... " Addess :   -,k City State Zip Subscription Rates: $17.00 per year in Henderson County $22.00 per year elsewhere in Texas $25.00 per year outside Texas The Malakoff News P.O. Box 509 Malakoff, Tx. 903-489-0531 Commiato Hitek A Corrtptttevs " Pcwts AccessocLes Up9ee&es & RepcLLcs ailaDle for Service Calls Monday thru Friday * 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 102 W. 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Interment followed at Little Bethel Memorial in Duncanville under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home of Mabank. Mr. Carrell was born July 18, 1927 in Cedar Hill and passed away Saturday, April 28, 2001 at East Texas Medical Center in Athens. He was a mechanical engineer in Birmingham, AL and a veteran of the Army, Navy and Air Force He was a graduate of SMU in 1952 and a registered professional engineer. He was preceded in death by EllenCarrell in 1993. Survivors include his wife, Mona R. Anderson ,Carrell of Mabank; son, Robert Devon Carrell and wife Sandy of Chesa- peake, VA; daughter, Laura Sinks and husband Kim of Dallas; sister, Marcia Howard and husband John of Mabank; brother, Jimmy Can'ell of Manassas, VA; faithful dog Henry; nieces; nephews; two grandchildren, Jessica and Aden Sinks; other fam- ily members and many friends Memorial contributions may be made to National Kidney Foun- dation of Texas, 13500 Midway Road#101, Dallas, Texas 75244. William Bland Huelson Services for William Bland Huelson, 74 of Athens, were at 2:00 p.m. at the Eubank Memorial Chapel on May 1, 2001 with Rev. Lynn Parker officiating under the direction of Eubank Fu- neral Home of Mabank. Mr. Huelson was cremated. Mr. Huelson was born February 5, 1927 in Champain, IL and passed away Saturday, April 28, 2001 at his residence. He was a professional engineer and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. She was a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Assn, ASTM, Air Pollution Control Assn, American National Standards Inst, Congress of International Foundry, Trade Assoc., National Safety Council, AARP, ETMC Athens Aux., Empire Lodge #126 AFAM, Waco Scottish Rite and Sharom Temple AAOMS Char- ter member. Survivors include his wife, Jeanne Huelson of Athens; daugh- ters, Janet Abri of Schaumburg, IL and Anne McCalpin of Piano; sister, Alva Rice of Piano; grandsons, Christopher Abri of Schaumburg, IL and Jason McCalpin of Piano; granddaughter, Jeanne McCalpin of Piano; sons-in-law, Anthony Abri of Schaumburg, IL and Larry McCalpin of Piano and brother-in- law, J.L. Bryan of St. Albans, WV. Mildred Janet Ysasaga Services for Mildred Janet Ysasaga, 69 of Cross Roads, were at I:00 p.m. at Post Oak Cemetery in Cross Roads on Tuesday: May 1 with Bro. Frank Upchu'rch officiating. Interment followed at Post Oak Cemetery under the direction of Tomlinson Funeral Home of Malakoff. Mrs. Ysasaga was born January 15, 1932 in Palmer to Bemis Grigsby and Loudine Elizabeth Smith Moses and passed away Saturday, April 28, 2001 in Tyler. She moved to Cross Roads four years She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, B.G. Moses, Jr. Survivors include her stepchildren, Raymond L. Ysasaga, Jr. of Hawaii and Jessie Ysasaga of Dallas; sisters, Sibyl Laughlin of Dallas and Ida Wilkerson of Dallas; five stepchildren, Amelia, Michael, Christopher, Raymond Ill and Heavenleigh; one step great grandchild, Antonio; bothers-in-law, Bill Laughlin and Julius, Joe, Amos, Jessie and Johnny Ysasaga and sisters-in-law, Betsy, Janie and Rosie Ysasaga. ,,Honorary Pallbearers were Julius Ysasaga, Amos Ysasaga, lack Cobb, A.J. Watkins, Michael Ysasaga, A.G. Thompson, Boblrby and Clyde Goodson. -- Memorials may be made to the Hospice of East Texas, Home Place at 4111 University Blvd. Tyler, Texas 75701, (903) 566- 1498.  '"l%ere's nothing more important than my eyes." Ruth Horton feels her eyesight is one of the most important things in her life. That is why When diagnosed with glaucoma in 1994, she chose Nettune Eye Associates to treat her eye disease instead of having to go to Tyler. Ruth and thousands of others have entrusted their eyes to Nettune Eye Associates for over 17 years. Licensed by the Texas State Board of Medical Robert J. Nettune, M.D. is a leader in the field and offers the " latsradvanced technology. Nettune Eye Associates was the first in Athens to offer laser eye surgery in Henderson Count. OCIATES Marion Billie Clounts Services for Marion Billie Clounts, 83 of Quinlan, were at 1:00 p.m. May 1 at Grove Hill Memorial Park with Rev. Ron Flurry officiating. Interment followed at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home of Mabank. Mr. Clounts was born October 29, 1917 in Oak Grove and passed away Sunday, April 29, 2001 at his residence. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and National Guard. He was preceded in death by his wife, Edith Faye Clounts and broth- ers, Wesley Clounts and Erman Clounts. Survivors include his son, David Clounts of Quinlan; daugh- ters, Brenda King of Mesquite and Peggy Miles of Greenville; brothers, Bobby Clontz of Denison; Carlos Clontz of Scurry and Paul Gene Clontz of Dallas; two great great grandchil- dren; six grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. Pallbearers were David Clounts III, David Clounts Jr., Allen King, Rusty King and Steve Miles. Honorary Pallbearers were Justin Clounts, Justin Cotton, Daniel Scogins and Nathan Scogins. Mary Frances Crawford Services for Mary Frances Crawford, 69 of Eustace, were at 11:00 a.m. May 1 at Eubank Memorial Chapel with Mr. Ken Mattox officiating. Interment followed at Moorehead- Melton Cemetery in Eustace under the direction of Eubank Funeral Home of Mabank. Mrs. Crawford was born October 26, 1931 in Dallas and passed away Friday, April 27, 2001 at East Texas Medical Center. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her daughter, Brenda Jean Wynn of Dal- las; sisters, Doris Birdsong of Dallas and Shirley Ann Byers of Eustace; brother, James W. York of Eustace; three grand- children and four great grandchildren. Grace Joyner Yarbrough Funeral services for Grace Joyner Yarbrough, 83 of Tyler, formerly of Malakoff were at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 2 at Lloyd James Funeral Home in Tyler with Reverend Dow Harleston and Dr. Rick Diamond of Pollard United Method- ist Church of Tyler officiating.. Interment followed at Malakoff City Cemetery under the direction of Lloyd James Funeral Home. Mrs. Yarbrough was born April 27, 1918 in Ashland, Loui- siana to the late William Andrew and Sallie Mae Dickson Joyner and passed away Sunday, April 29, 2001 in a Tyler hospital. She moved at th " age of nine to El Dorado, Arkan- sas where she graduated from El Dorado High School in 1935. She worked for Woolworth Department Stores for sixteen years, beginning work in 1933 in E1 Dorado, moving up to assistant manager of a store in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and then becoming manager of the Oak Lawn Woolworth store in Dallas in 1944. She retired from Woolworth in 1949 after helping to open the new Woolworth in downtown Hous- ton. In August 1937 she married Richard Elmo Yarbrough and moved to Malakoff and was a housewife. She was a member of First United Methodist of Malakoff for 46 years and a member of the United Methodist Women (formerly Women's Society of Christian Service) for the same num- ber of years, serving as president many of those years. She moved her membership to Pollard Memorial United Meth- odist Church in Tyler after moving to this city in 1,,.0.96. At Pollard she was a member of the Gertrude Pitts Sunday School Class and United Methodist Women. She has been a member of Newcomers Club of Tyler for four years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmo Yarbrough in 1988 and her stepson, Richard E. Yarbrough, Jr. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Carole and Rusty Gribble of Tyler; two stepdaughters, Pat Rush and Bobbie Cochran of Chattanooga, Tennessee; two sisters, Daisy Pagan and Helen Jacobs of E1 Dorado, Arkansas;. three grandchildren, Jana Stephenson and her husband, Wade of Richmond, Virginia; John Michael Gribble and Molly Eliza- beth Gribble of Tyler; one great grandson, Jacob Bryan and several nieces and nephew os Elf Dorado, Arkansas. Pallbearers were Chris Ketchum, Ron Rather and Mike Roger os Tyler; Wade Stephenson of Richmond, Virginia; Del Pagan of E1 Dorado, Arkansas and Johnny Poole of Malakoff. If desired, Memorials may be made to the Pollard United Methodist Endowment Fund, 3030 New Copeland Road, Tyler, Texas 75701. ,, Eloise Clark Stevens " ServiCes for Eloise Clark Stevens, 53 of Malakoff, at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, May 3 at First Baptist Church of Malakoff with Bro. Jerry Adair and Bro. Joe Smith offici- ating. Interment followed at Malakoff Cemetery under the direction of Tomlinson Funeral Home of Malakoff. Mrs. Stevens was born March 9, 1948 in Pilot Point to the late Tommie Walter and Lockie Una Garrett Clark and passed away April 30, 2001 in Malakoff. She had lived in this area for 52 years and was a secretary for Trinity Ma- terials. She attended the First Baptist Church in Malakoff. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Edmon Stevens on November 6, 1991. Survivors include her children, Tacy and Lance Davis of Crossroads and Tonya and Jeremy Havran: of Richards: siblings, Tommy and Brenda Clark of Malakoff; grandsons, Wes Davis, Andy Perry, Nicholas Rodriquez and Zachary Havran; granddaughters, Miranda Davis and Lacy Davis numerous nieces; nephews; other family members and sis- ters-in-law.