Newspaper Archive of
The Malakoff News
Malakoff, Texas
Lyft
May 21, 1981     The Malakoff News
PAGE 10     (10 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 10     (10 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 21, 1981
 

Newspaper Archive of The Malakoff News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




10A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Ma~ 21, 1981 i!.:! :.i GIRl, SCOUT CADETTES were installed as members in services held last Thursday night in Malakoff. Pictured left to right are Rosemary Arnold, Klmberly McClary, Tina Mitchell and Shannon Holt. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Walter Slaton, GORDON LEE DUBOSE Funeral services for Gordon Lee DuBose, 77, of Malakoff, were held Saturday, May 16 at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. of Malakoff. Burial followed in the Athens Cemetery under the direction of Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff. Mr. DuBose died in his home Thur- sday, May 14. He was born Jan. 22, 1904 in Caldwell. He was a member of the Baptist Church and an army veteran of World War II. Mr. DuBose was a retired feed store owner. Survivors include his wife, Geneva of Malakoff; two sons, Bruce Lee DuBose and Jeffery Lynn DuBose, both of Malakoff; one daughter, Diane DuBose Slaton of Malakoff; one brother, Bruce Lamb DuBose of Gladewater; one granddaughter, Sharla Lynn Slaton of Malakoff; three grandsons, Rodney Lee Slaton, Russell Wade Slaton and Dustin Lee DuBose, all of Malakoff; one daughter-in-law, Markey DuBese of Malakoff and one son-in-law, Norman Lynn Slaton of Malakoff. Pallbearers were Reagan Flagg, Gordon Prichard, Walter Louis Jackson, Leonard Harris, Earl Gentry and Percy McLain. Honorary pallbearers were Jackson, Joe Faulk, Jerry Don and Dr. P. T. Kilman. ROY THOMAS BOYD Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 17 for Roy Thomas Boyd, 53, of Trinidad. The Rev. Dan Boler officiated at the services held at Paschall Funeral Home chapel in Kerens. Burial was in Long Prairie Cemetery. Boyd died Friday, May 15 at Hender- son County Memorial Hospital. His survivors include three sons, William Boyd of North Carolina, Homer Boyd and John Boyd, both of Califor- nia; a daughter, Mrs. Diana Daniels of Louisiana; two sisters, Mrs. Ozel Franklin of Kerens and Mrs. Mary Ingram of Tool. SAM FLETCHER Services for Sam Fletcher, 86, of Athens were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Church of the Living God with Elder M. Jones officiating. Burial was in North Athens Cemetery under direction of George W. Tucker and Son Funeral Home. Mr. Fletcher died Saturday afternoon in an Athens hospital after a short illness. He was born Oct. 6, 1894, at Hender- son and had lived in Athens most of his life. He was a retired truck driver for several independent contractors, was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Church of the Living God. Survivors are two daughters, Mary Henderson of Athens and Jimmie Jenkins of Trinidad; five gran- dchildren; and two nieces and three nephews. Pallbearers were deacons of the church. Honorary pallbearers were Wallace Harrtngton, Albert Hasley, William Franks, Albert Brown and Watkin Guyden. GEORGE HOLLAND MEDFORD Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 19, at 2 p.m. at the Paschal Funeral Home Chapel in Malakoff for George Holland Medford, 69. Robert Foster officiated with Bro. Bill Watson assisting. Burial was in Post Oak Cemetery. Medford was born Dec. 2, 1911 in Roanoke. He passed away Sunday, May 17, in Cedar Lake Nursing Home in Malakoff, Survivors include one sister, Mrs Fins Tolbert of Malakoff; three nieces and three nephews. DOROTHY DICKINSON Funeral services for Dorothy Dickin- son, 82, of Carrollton, were held at 2 Wednesday, May 20, lggl, at aschal Funeral Home Chapel in Malakoff. The Rev. Randy Warren of. ficiated and burial followed in Beelm Chapel Cemetery in Crou Roads. Survivors include one son, Raymond Purdue, Jr. of San Angelo; three gran- dchildren and a number of other A SPECIAL INVESTITURE program was held for Brownies at the Malakoff Elementary School Cafeteria Thursday night, May 14. Pictured, left to right bot- tom row, is Sharla Graham, Kacey Hustead, Laurie Montgomery, Cynthia Mc- Clary and Kristi Wiilbanks. Back row is Lisa Coleman, Sharonda Sparks, Angle Patterson, Geneve Hehnman, Danyle Sprayberry and Kim Montgomery. (staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Reg. $46 ea. plus fed. tax*, Size P155/80R12, blarkwall. The Mileagemaker* XP is our most tested tire. It features a unique all.season tread design that greatly improves traction and a strong polyester radial body with 2 steel belts to improve mileage. SIIMWhttewali Also P165/80Rl$ PieS/BOris : ARTINI$ ,--- sTol m P195/7$R14 i D/ER78-14 P205t75R14 FR78-14 P225/75R14 HR71914 GR7Igl$ P20Sf75R15 P22~75R1$ 3slTsmls .ii.n.li LR78-15 142 $70 m S95 $79 sn as! $102 $I06 $9e LmSlmm *Plus fed. tax from 1.40 to 2.95 each tim. No wade-in requi~. Tim= mounted at no ntm charle Solo ~ dhtcflva Nwough ~. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT... In keeping within our own goals to give you the Best Quality Auto Service, JCPenney is proud to add to our service area "DAIL BLEVINS", who has over 3O years experience. Come in and meet Dail'. He wants to be of service to you and your auto. Tune-ups, Brakes, Air conditioning -- Everything we Do In Our Shop. IIIIIII ,I ,I I I , Open Daily, Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. til 5:30 p.m. Park Highland Shopping Center 675-5163 Athens, Tx. ffl II IIIIII I I I I I II J .... elect new i By LORI CALLAWAY season begins. Malakoff Booster Club presidentParents of athletes and interested secretal 'y-tr Csurerdjan meetin~r tn/ude M Melissa Spivey appointed a committee persons are urged to attend the Booster .ta for the selection of 1981-82 officers in a Club meetings to support the athletic Phil Trice, Jimmy and Delta~ meeting of the organization Monday. programs of the schools. Leda Lee, Ed and Erma M~ Serving on the.committee to choose Those present for the Monday Rogers and Larry and Lort t~,~ prospecuve canaloates Will De ~ - Lee, Jimmy and Delta Mattingly, Ben- Subscribe _ bToday ny Rogers and Lori Callaway. As soon as a list of candidates is secured the ~.~nerve~r C~H~ committee will ask for a meeting for a VOte of members. NCE AGENCY']i Mrs. Spivey stressed to members present the importance of having of- ricers elected and new projects chosen early, prior to the time the new athletic HOME_COM MFRCIAL_AUTOMOBILF INSURANCE Ladies Auxiliary Representing: Employers CasualtyLj holds meeting Employers National, Motor Insurance l The Ladies Auxiliary for Veterans of Foreign War Po t 4133 in Trir dad held See... Sue Barnett a meeting Tuesday, May 12 .... Eighteen members were present and 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall I new member, Juanice Craw ford, ~ffiffiffi ~ffiffi~kffi=ffiffiffiffi~kffi ~ffiffiffi~4ffiffiffiffiffi = ~,ffiffi ~ffiffi ~ i was accepted into the organization. Post 4133 will be represented at the m ~ ~ = ~ mm J ! mm mma.= amm,,, m ,mmmm ,= =.,m mm | District III meeting in Duncanviile, May 16-17. May is'buddypoppy'monthduring S & D ~['ex~c,~ which veterans will be selling poppies. The auxiliary voted to make a Free Estimates- We Fix FI donation to the construction of the VFW Call 489-1534 Hwy. 31 & 90 kitchen in the name of Jack Eckberger who has been ill. The auxiliary presented a flag to the Trinidad Brownie Troop, Thursday, May 14 and one to the grade school May 18. "Check our prise# y,,,, WE'VE LOWERED GAS PRICES New Tires Radiator We also servif'e * Brakes * Electrical * Air Conditioning * Oil & Grease *' COMPLETE FROM A TOZ. i AM radio with quartz digital clo~k and dual front speakers. (May be deleted for credit.) R Bigger than a Chevette, smaller than a Citation. C Complete list of 43 standard features: 1. Front-wheel drive 2.18 Lder 4~Cyllnder transverse engine 3, 4-s~eed manual overdr*ve transmission 4, Power-assisted front disc/rear drum brakes S. Glass-belted radial hres S. Computer Command Control 7. Rack-and-pinion steering 8. MacPherson-struf front suspension S, Push-button AM radio with dual front speakers (may be deleted fOr credit) 10. Quartz digital clock (integral wdh radio) tl. Front sfabibzer bar 12. Freedom II maintenance-free battef~, 13. Large capacity (14-gallon) fuel tank 14, Day/mght inside teat'view mirror 15, Side window defoggers 16. Electric rear window defogger 17. Tri-color, segmented tail lamps with amber turn signals (except wagon) 18. Flow-thru POwer venblafion system 1~, Lock~ng gas hller door w~ft} cap holder 20, Acoustical insulation 21. AcceSSible in.dash flip,own fuse panel 22. Remote trunk/hatchback/tailgale release 2S, aody side moldings 24, Sfyled steel Rally wheels 2S. Bumper rub sfrlp$ 26. Reclining contoured front seats 27. Assist grip above each passenger OdOr 28. Console with rear ashtray and coin holder 2g. Plastisol' tdwer body stone.chip prolection 30. Color-keyed seat and shoulder belts St. Color-keyed carpeting 32, Extended front seal track 33. Column-mounted 'Small Switch 34, Cigarette lighter and ashtray lamp 36. Glove compartment Iock 3S, Styled outside rearview mtrror 3"/. 31 separate anti-corrosion-treatment areas 38. Resettable trip odometer 39. Passenger guard door locks 40. Side-lilt jack 41. Double-panel construction in doors. hood and trunk lid 42. Strong, lightweight steel bumpers (except hatchback) 43. Audible disc brake wear sensors Defoggers, side and rear windows. Economy. 43 EST. HIGHWAY/ ~]MPG.EPA EST. d[_~ ~ ~_~1i~, EST. 42 HW~. ~! ~ I, for wage." "/ll W Front-wheel-