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June 25, 1981

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The Malak0ff News, Thursday, June 25, !981--3A Polly Walker ..... 489-1484 of Reynolds and Mrs. of Athens, Mrs. Mary Baton Rouge, La., Mrs. and Mrs. Dorothy Lewis visited on Sun- and Mrs. Robert Irwin. surgery. Brown joined their at Baylor in Waco on a concert. Kalah had all week at the and Orchestra off the week with concert, in which ill Tuesday, in the home and family, Mr. and Fort Worth. Harold Hugglns and rry and Traci of with her parents, Preston Ferguson on Bible School at First Baptist parent's night on an overall attendan- enrolled. Only about 20 and helpers. This was G and of Athens picked Stacy morning at the Walkers. Stacy spent her grandparents and Bynum and Mrs. of Beaumont joined Clark Bang on Tuesday. picked up Mrs. Idelah and went on vacation. Saying where until they good time, Ladies. Tare of Grand Prairie of Kemp visited l's this week. David Reese had as Wednesday Brent in their home in was helping the Malakoff. They moved the house across the Earnest Allen's. We COL. AND MRS. C.F. WILHITE, who have lived in Miami, Florida for the past 19 years, have been visiting Mrs, Wilhite's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill King who live in Log Cabin Estates. The Wllhite's have two daughters, one son and one grandchild. (Courtesy photo) Francis Ruth Jarvis of Grand Prairie joined them. All in all the Hardy's have had a reunion as the Howard Hardy's of Star Harbor joined them also. On Monday Mrs. Stout, mother of Loretta Vieregge, who lives in Lufkin, joined the Lewis Vieregge's of Malakoff and Miss Carolyn Vieregge of Liberty and they all visited in shreveport, La. with Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Vleregge and their baby in the hospital there. Carolyn has returned to Malakoff for the sum- II tnond attends detailing meeting met. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster of Monohans and Arlington spent the weekend at the Foster Ranch in Malakoff. Stephanle and Scan Sawyer of Arlington spent the weekend visiting with them. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Foster and children of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ronald and children of Portland. Two of the grandchildren, John, of Houston and Chris, of Portland, remained for a two weeks visit with their grandfather, Charles. They also visited in Athens with their parents, Steve with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Caldwell and Charles with know everyone will be glad to have V. Walker and gran- them back, especially the Raymond spent the weekendReese's, Mrs. Leroy Kirby and the Rev. daughter and son-JamesCheatham's. Billy Ferguson and Girls of the Junior High Twirlers at- Decendents of the late James K. Polk tended camp at Nacogdoches last week. and Nettle (Grubbs) Tarkington met at They were Taci Stevens, Becky the Y.M.C.A. building in Corsicana for Mathlson, Kim Hill, Connie Tarkington their annual reunion Sunday, June 14, and Jeannle Braden. When Mrs. Eloise with 44 present. Stevens and Tonya joined them onThose attending were Mr. and Mrs. Friday Taei was awarded "Outstan- Tom Tarkington, Dawn and Todd of Ir- dang Medal for Twirling for the week. ring, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vernon, Texas Congratulations, Tad! City, Leland Vernon, Abilene, Mr. and Mary Steizig had as guests on Wed- Mrs. Preston Hovkins. Mrs. Gall Lyons nesday afternoon her uncle, Mr. and and girls, Ketrina and Delores and their Mrs. John Pierce of Cream Level Road. friend, Shannia Harris of Fort Worth, On Thursday, Mary Stelzig visited Billy Hopkins, Houston, Mrs. Beulah with her brother, Horace Shrader, in Crutchfield and Hazel Tarkington of County Line. Fort Smith, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dr. and Mrs. Paige Fulgham (Carol Willingham of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ann) of Cordell, Georgia came to visit E. Tarkington, Mrs. Estelle Sutton and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.E. children, Kevin and Shelly and Mrs. Hardy. Dr. Fulgham is pastor of the ChristineRickerson, all of Dallas. First Baptist Church in Cordell. Other Also, Mrs. Linda Edens and children, guests this week are Mary Jo Ellenburg Mike and Karen Conger of Corsicana, of Oklahoma City, Okla., who joined Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards and them on Wednesday, and on Thursday children, Paula, Sandra, Larry and Mrs. Verna Starling of Dallas and Beth of Kileen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tarkington and Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Hopkins of Kerens, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Day of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Russell and son, Justin, of Palestine and Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ferguson of Malakoff. Some enjoyed playing "42" while Bill Drummond of for and are regularly engaged in the ,~ ~lllllllllllll recently attended business of steel detailing -- the produc- Membership Conferen- tion from architectural and'engineering )nal Institute of Steel drawings of fabricating drawings that JUne l1-14, 1981in South can be read by the workers in a :J eVada, fabrication shop. 0hal Institute, of Steel iJ a national o.ganization ~1 in Evanston, Illinois, g ~trl 170 member firms. All COnduct a regular office spent .... I ibples talking U and Your spouse talk to each to studies, married minutes per week ! Other, while the average set is on 46 hours per Taylor, a family life ~P Czmservation is part of the answm;, so... II Mr. and Mrs. Sam Powell. Mrs. Potsy choirs. Mrs. Leo Orr served as pianist Foster returned to Arlington Sunday. for the choirs. Sunday Ag and Doug Guthrle, ltazel Carl Anderson, Junior son of Mr. and and Arzella Hughes of Malakoff visited Mrs. Carl Anderson, sang a solo. with Billle and Carl Harris in the Collection was$379.00. Stockard Community. On Sunday, Mrs. Mrs. Wilson had her niece and her Harris will gointo the St. Paul Hospital children visiting with her over the for surgery, weekend. Mrs. Donna Branch of Houston came The Johnnie Davis' attended their to Malakoff to attend church with her annual family reunion at Martins Mill father, AI Bang, and to spend the day over the weekend. with him. She returned home on Mon- Mrs. Willie Ola Jackson is at home day. following a stay in the hospital. She is Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ray Clark reportedly doingfine. returned to their home after a week's Lena Mitchell is reported to be ira- visit in Port A'Verda. proving and Frank Smith has returned The children spent the week withfrom his stay in the hospital. their grandmother, Mrs. Lockle Clark Mrs. Jerry Mitchell had her sister Bang, and attended VBS. Lockie from Houston visiting with her. worked in the refreshment department. Vacation Bible School at First Baptist After attending church on SundayChurch closed out Friday. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers went tothat attended seRmed to enjoy the Tyler to surprise Mr. and Mrs. Tom week. Rogers on Father's Day. They had an enjoyable visit. First Baptist Church on Hwy. had their Women's Day Sunday at 3 p.m. and reported a fine time with combined O others were busy buying little gifts from the "Country Store" and visiting. A fried chicken dinner with trim- mings was served at the noon hour. A business meeting was also held in the afternoon. Lorene and Preston Hopkins won the door prize, an alarm clock. Dawn Tarkington won a string of pearls for guessing the closest to the number of buttons in a jar. Chances were sold on a barbecue grill which was won by Todd Tarkington. A total of $114.55 was made on the country store and chances. Some of the money is used each year to help support the reunion. There was also picture taking in the afternoon. i:::i:!:i:i:!:!:? | ................. LITTLr Mrs. Eva ltulln lost her last aunt in Junction City, Kansas recently, tier aunt was Mrs. Marie Mtms. Mankin Assembly revival to continue through Sunday The Assembly of God in Mankm is holding a revival, it is underway this week through June 28th with the Rev. Danny Stevenson holding the service. Rev. Stevenson and his wife are both very talented musicians. They are from Quitman, La. Services start at 7:30 pro. dueing the week with Sunday services at 6 pro. The church is located 2Vz miles north of Trinidad just off Hwy. 274. 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