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THE MALAKOFF NEWS ane, suzie and Holly of Ar- Page Two Friday, June 20, 1969 Malakoff, Texas lington. Saturday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alvis were their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Alvis and baby of Tyler. On Sunday the Alvis' journeyed to De So to to visit with a daughter anc her family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Duncan and were joined there by another daughter, Mrs. Ma- ry McKinney and her three daughters of Terrell. C. M. and Gladys Gilmore have returned from a nine day trip that took them to Odessa, Midland, El Paso and Open Sundays Sunday hours 6 a.m. 'til CLOSED MONDAYS CITY CAFE Rex & Juanita Phinny Ph. 48%2421 -- Malakoff the Davis Mountains. On the trip, the couple stopped along the way to visit with a num- ber of their children and rela- tives. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hylas Cade were her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gilreath of Sulphur Springs. The family was joined on Sunday by a daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hoyt Choate and Barry of Kerens. Miss An- ne Pope Gilreath of the city, was also a guest in the home. Mrs. John Dement and daughter, Debbie of Tyler were Friday through Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Patten and son, Frank of Star City, Arkansas, spent a few days last week in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patten. Weekend guests in the Patten-home were Mrs. Tom- my Green and children, Di- Mrs. J. W. Hardt, John and Joe of Beaumont were in town serveral days this past week visiting with their grandmoth- ers, Mrs. W. W. Hardt and Mrs. D. H. Carson. While here they also visited with their grandfather, Mr. Dwight Car- son, a patient in a Tyler hos- pital. Mr. Dwight is said to he getting along just fine. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bumgard- ner of Houston are spending this week visiting with their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bumgardner. John's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Richardson of Dallas, joined the family cir- cle for the weekend. Here to spend Father's Day weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bankston, were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis Bankston and daughter and Johnny Bankston, all of Dal- las. Johnny received his BA degree from Southern Metho- dist University in May gradua- tion exercises and is spending the summer months working in Dallas. Capt. Vic Donnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donnell, left Tuesday for a second tour of duty in Vietnam. While the Captain is away, his wife and two sons, Vic Jr and Chris, will reside here in their new- ly purchased home on Malibu Drive. Following a visit here last August, the family has been in Virginia, Georgia and Buy your MONROE I Shocks at Dulaney's !1 and register for FREE t)~O O ~~ I Rod and Reel. Dulaney i!| AUTO STORE I Phone HU 9-4611 Tire8, Tool=, Parts, Aceeuortea ,VALVE GRINDING g.f 274 il1. s v Open 7 A.M. 'til Midnight Daily -- 1 A.M. Sundays ~:': '~: :,~Nb" -=,1~. :-~::~:'J ': "~':: :~4~?:~::~::.:~ I Open 7 A.M. 'til Midnight Daily .- e CHICKEN g c FISH SHRIMP ,TACOS ' SANDWICHI S N. of INTERSECTION -- SEVEN POINTS ,IV" II i II I llllllll Alabama in connection with the Captain's duties and re- turned to Malakoff around a month ago. Local residents welcome the family to the community. L. E. Goins, employed in Oklahoma, spent the Father's Day weekend visiting with his family who is spending the summer months here. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kirby left over the weekend on one of their many fishing excur- sions to Lousiana. The couple planned on being away four or five days. Danny Perkins, formerly of Dallas was here to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Treaman Perkins and to change his line of work with Texas Power and Light. Danny began his summer em- ployment with the Co by working with the line crew but is now in the surveying de- partment out of Lufkin. Other guests in the Perkins home were her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don McLain of Mesquite who also visited with his narents, Mr. and Mrs. Per- cy McLain. from Japan, and another Ever- ett's daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ingram and Amy, of Corsicana Also Mr. and Mrs. Art Simon and children of Austin and Mrs. Ralinda White of Austin. Ra- linda is continuing her higher education in the San Marcos College while her husband, Wayne, is serving with the armed forces in Vietnam Mrs. John Dement and Debbie of Tyler were also guests in the home. Miss Carole Yarbrough and her friend, Larry Johnson, both students at Lon Morris in Jacksonville, were here for Father's Day and honored Ca- role's dad and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Elm Yarbrough by singing "How Great Thou Art," in church services at United Methodist on Sunday morning. The song is said to be a favorite of the Yar- brough's and the duet was ac- companied at the organ by Miss Melinda Cannon, daugh- ter of the Reverend and Mrs. Wayne Cannon. Mrs. Albert Evans has re- turned from a visit of several days in the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elrod in Center. Mrs. Elrod came to town on Monday, spent the night in the family home and she and her mother returned to Center on Tuesday. George B. Tucker and G. E. Chassaniol, returned over the weekend from a fishing trip to the Galveston coast. They reported the salt water fishing was fine and that the fish were really biting. As proof of their claim, the men returned with two ice chests filled with fish. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Warren of Gatesville, spent last week visiting in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donnell and with their grandson and his family, Capt. and Mrs. Vic Donnell. BIRTHS Sgt. and Mrs. James Bryan Kilgore Jr of Madrid, Spain, are proud to announce the ar- rival at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 8, of a son, Derek Bryan Kilgore. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kilgore Sr of Pasadena and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dromgoole of Bay- town. Equally delighted great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Patten of Malakoff and the great grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Kilgore of Com- merce. Mrs. Gcne Hood Mmes Jeanette King, Elsie Bonner and Treaman Perkins, took the day off Wednesday from their household duties for a shopping spree in Tyler. Thursday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl David Locke were Mrs. Ronald At- kinson and Kerren of Waco. W. A. McBride was able to be brought home from a "Cor- sicana hospital Saturday YOUR SMALL CHANGE ADDS UP morning. Here to visit with he and his wife on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Haddock, Charlotte Kay and Gregory Mark of Mesquite ~ . 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