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t Joyce Lake of Richar- and Mrs. Bob Boyett of were here Sunday to Mother's Day with their Mrs. Charles Lake. It for Mrs. lake who her children were coming church services at Powers enjoyed Don and Pat Henderson Shawn and Blake over the weekend. They Den's grandmother, Henderson, at Cedar Lake Mrs. G.V. Walker were dinner at the and son-in-law, Don Andrews in Athens. were Den's parents, Mr. Mrs. E.W. Dann of La M. HOLT Holt, 40, passed away I. Services were held at 2 p.m. the First Baptist Church heatham Carl Holt officiated. in the Malakoff City born May 30, 1939 in He had lived in his mother, Gladys [e, Mrs. Delores one son, Wesley Holt three daughters, Debra Holt, and Monica Holt, brothers, Bob Holt Holt of Augusta, Holt of Payne Springs, Doyle Holt of Holt of Trinidad; Mrs. Peggy Moore of Dewincia Morrow of a number of nieces and Holt, Bill Holt, Holt, Dewayne Holt, high school and junior preparation for concert which is to May 20, at 7:15 auditorium. be featuring the high nd, the sixth grade grade band and the featured at twirling ensem- performed by the and instrumen- resident engineer of Texas State High- was guest speaker at of Malakoff Rotary detailed report on progress and those He made a point planned ad- curtailment of and total reflect on pur- supervision in ion malntenan- were Judge Armstrong, Elmer Ward. Visiting Jim Jochen, Wright, Lionel and George Ill. at the April 29 Prehler, Jochen, C. Hayes, and Bob Ads Pay ferti-lome CONTAiNiNG SYSTEMIC iNSECTIC!OE Grange, Ken. spent the past two weeks visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Gilmore and other friends. The Rev. Jim Bankston and family of Chandler and Robert and Charlene Cross and family were Mother's Day dinner guests with Mrs. lola Andrews. Dr. John Wesley Hardt, District Superintendent of the Houston District of the United Methodist Church, was here Sunday to spend Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. W.W. llardt. Mrs. Leona Lewis spent Mother's Day Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reed in Kerens. It's a girl! ,, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Speake an- : ,. nounce the birth of their daughter, Codl Michelle, born Thursday, May 8, at 3:52 p.m. at Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. Coda weighed seven pounds and ten ounces at birth. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Speake of Malakoff and Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Graham of Point Com- fort. Great grandparents are C.O. Graham and Mrs. and Mrs. R.S. Mc- Clendon, all of Malakoff. Systemic action goes directly into the root systems and works throughout the entire plant. and Tracy Holt. Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff was in charge of arrangements. A special Mother's Day program was held at First Baptist Church of Hwy. 31, according to Mrs. Eva Hulln. AI Jackson was home with his family. Everyone is always happy to see him. Mrs. Annie Mac Granuel passed away Thursday in Houston. Her body will be brought to First Baptist in MRS. LULA FLEMING Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Fleming, 89, of Log Cabin Estates, were held Thursday at 9 a.m. in Paschal Funeral Home. Mrs. Fleming passed away May 6, 1980, at Valla Vista Nursing Home in Athens. The Rev. F. R. Burns officiated at the service and burial was held at 3 p.m. at Rest Haven Cemetery in Houston. Mrs. Fleming was born Dec. 15, 1890 in Lincoln County, Miss. She had been a resident of Malakoff for about six years. Survivors include three daughters, Ehla Bratcher of Malakoff, Lucy Fleming of Austin, Mrs. Gladys J. Thrift of Malakoff; one son, Ezra Fleming of Athens; six grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and numerous nephews and nieces. Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff was in charge of arrangements. tal soloist who are all preparing them- selves for the state contest which will be held later. The sixth grade band will play "Away We Go," "Two Famous Waltz," "Festive," and "Colorado Trail." The seventh grade will be playing "Pomp and Circumstance," "Little English Suite," "Ghost Story," and "Conestoga." The high school band will be playing their three contest numbers: "Sounds of Peace," "Overture for Win- ds," and "The Battle of Jericho," along with "Irish Tune from County Derry," "Masque," "Ballad for Trumpet," and "The Stars and Stripes Forever." The stage band will start the show off with a short selection of their numbers. There is no admission charge and the public is invited to attend. Malakoff MISS MALAKOFF JUNIOR HIGH- Marsha Overton was voted Miss Malakoff Junior lligh by the student body recently. She was also selected by the faculty as an outstanding citizen among eighth grade girls. The honor and award will be presented May 27 by the Malakoff Rotary Club. Marsha is the daughter of Ms. Gloria Overton of Malakoff. (Courtesy Photo) 734 W. Royall Blvd. Gary Reaves The Timber Trails Chapter 4-H Club of Malakoff hosted an omelet supper Tuesday, April 29, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Lions Den. Guests were offered choices of cheese, bell pepper, ham, onion, jalapeno pepper, mushroom, tomato, plain or combination omelets. Also ser- ved was tossed salad, Texas toast with homemade jellies, french fries, tea and coffee. Every thirty minutes the club gave away a door prize. Winners were, Michele Morris, canned ham donated by Food Fare; Howard Hedge, pea #As~n~SE sheller donated by Malakoff Feed and Supply; Sam Stogner, a $20 gift cer- tificate donated by Cowboy Headquar- ters; Eloise Powell, an omelet pan donated by the 4-H Club; Wanda Tan- ner, steel trap donated by Phillips Ap- pliance. Members who helped with preparing and serving the meal were Jim and Jeanne Brown, Tracey and Gaylon Ed- wards, Len Harris, Kevin Kilman, Kevin and Kim Mattingly, Julie, Marilyn and Michele Morris, Scott Shute, John Tanner, Andy Thomas, Traci Pendley and Kira Hall. LITTL TRANSFER & STORAGE agent for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas "Penetrating action" goes directly to root system! Nursery & Garden 489-1521 Ralph Reaves 489-0531 Malakoff and lie in state until 2 p.m. Wednesday. .... Gladys Jackson is doing fine, also Lorlne Tarver and Ama Lee Jackson are well. L.E. Orr's first cousin is visiting her home from Birmingham, Ala. They are planning a trip to Los Angeles, Calif. before her return home. Mr. and Mrs. C.O. {Pete) Dodson spent Mother's Day at Cedar Creek Lake with their children. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McBurney and Dr. and Mrs. Bob Foster and children. Also there for the The MalakoffNews, 1 ursday, MaY day were Mr. and Mrs. Mike McBurney of Longview and Mlehelle McBurney of Dallas. Scott and Jennifer Foster spent a long weekend with their grandparents while their family attended a dental conven- tion in San Antonio. Nicole Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Day, will be presented in dance recital Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. at the Athens High school auditorium. The recital is open to the public and there is no admission fee. Nieole is a student of the Metropolitan School of Dance. current rate Your sovings insured to $100,~. No financial institution can pay you more. 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