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T i .... , The Malakoff News, Thursday, July Z', l l--3A Polly Walker .... 489-1484 I I I 1 pneumonia all lastin the home of Mrs. Jesse Robertson. Corsicana for a shopping trip on Wed- Powers drove here ~o Mrs. Robertson is recuperating at her nesday afternoon. /for a release frown home on Terry Street from a broken ) work. shoulder and hip injury. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of her kh, Cred Patton were in Stacy Andrews came home with thesister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parr of celebrating Mrs. G.V. Walkers on Sunday to spend Sun- This is belated, but day night and Monday. The Walkers ate Trinity on Sunday afternoon. ' to you Mrs. Patton supper with the Don Andrews on Sun- Robert Dobbs went to spend a month you do read this day night at their home at Dog Wood with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The Patton's are the Estates. Robert Dobbs of Twin Falls, Bob Dobbs. Robert is the son of Mr. and BHI Campbell who livesIdaho, accompanied them for the meal. Mrs. Bobby Dobbs of Twin Falls, Idaho. are in a nursing He has spent the last three weeks with The home is the Mrs. Nelda Dobbs of Athens came to the G. V. Walker's in Malakoff. Home. Malakoff on Wednesday to visit with Mrs. Don Andrews of Athens picked and Addl, Mac Way of her grandson, Robert Dobbs. Polly up her daughter, Stacy, on Monday af- y Walker and Robert accompanied her to ternoon at the G. V. Walker home. IN THE SUMMER? This group of enterprising youngsters took advantage of summer gardens and free time sell vegetables in Bel Air Addition in Malakoff last week. Pictured, is Brenda King, Mary Beth King, both of Mr. and Mrs. Red Waller from Monroe, La., Julie Wood, daughter of Charles and Susan Wood, Casey and Karen Ashlock, and Donnie McKinnerney, son of Don and Barbara McKinnerney. (Staff photo by WILLIAMS (Jim) City, were held June 25, 1981, at Church of Tim Edwards and officiated. held at 11:30 Memorial Park. Funeral Home was died June 23 after a He was born Dec. 13, , and bad lived He was an el- Light Co. until a member of the Methodist Chur- Marion, of sons, Dr. Charles James A. Rock, the Rev. of Austin and Harry Mrs. City and Mrs. Charlotte, N. C.; Roy Williams of I. Williams of ;ter, Mrs. Leona 16 grandsonp and Fund of the PETERS for Allie Mae were held at 3 Stanfield of- Ls in Kerens City of Carroll Home. Wednesday, June 24 home. She was her late husband, March 25 1893 in a member of the of Malakoff and bWMU. by one son, Tim one daughter, of Malakoff; four William C, arflidge, Ed Arthus, and Pete Heskius. COOK Rt. I Box 66, in South after a short Were held Monday at Funeral Balding, retired from Lubbock, of- and Mrs. Cullen Nobel J. (Mae) L Carrie Rogers, $I0, land Grady Rogers; .C. Emerine, $25, ter and James ',racked? Sills Floors? 675-7096 ficiating. Burial was in Rails Cemetery The Rev. Jimmy Bankston and the under the direction of Carter-Adams Rev. Huey Clements officiated at the 2 Funeral Home of R alas. p.m. service at the First Methodist He was born Oct. 6, 1912, in Willow Church in Malakoff. Burial followed at Creek, Montana. Malakoff City Cemetery with Paschal He married Zelma Odessa Collins Funeral Homeincharge. March24, 1945 in Lubbock. Mrs. Cross died Saturday, June 27, He was a veteran of World War II and following a lengthy illness. She was the Korean War. He was'a retired born April 28, 1916 and had been a Superintendent of Aircraft Maintenan- beautician. She was a member of'the ce at Lockead Air Force Base. Methodist Church. Survivors are his wife, Zelma, of Survivors include her husband, Malakoff; two daughters, Patti Dorsett George Clinton Cross of Malakoff; one of Lubbock and Tans Brouksas of The son, Robert Clinton Cross of Malakoff; Colony, Texas; one brother, E.R. Cook one daughter, Mrs. Juanita Speake of ofLaMesa, California. Breckenridge; one brother, Leroy MRS. GERTRUDE CROSS Brannon of Malakoff; one sister, Mrs. Funeral services were held Monday, Gracie Welborn of Malakoff; foui" June 28, for Mrs. Gertrude Cross, 65, of grandchildren and a number of nieces Malakoff. and nephews. II" IIm For All Your Needs coil 675-6771 Athens 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week We 312 Underwood Street Athens, Texas install and service complete gas systems Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * I I Buy Now and Save Big! END-OF-MODEL-YEAR Come in and enjoy Savings such as these: 95 RCA $ noA *"' Model GER68,1 "Free Delivery & Set-Up" am RCA, Zenith & Litton Sales & Service Across from Sonntag Ford Bill VinsonI owner Hwy,lil 31 W., Malakoff 489-1000 We have learned that Mrs. Reba Jewell Van Horne, formerly of Malakoff and daughter of Mrs. Lime Lewis, is employed at Mr. Catfish in Chandler. Good luck in the new adven- ture, Reba Jewell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flnk of Pasadena arrived Wednesday to visit with her mother, Mrs. Jesse Robertson. Mrs. Carve Bledler was in Dallas one day last week on business. Mrs. G. V. Walker, Robert Dobbs and Mrs. Leroy Almond were in Athens on business Wednesday morning. On June 23rd Roy and Stacy Gunnells of Bryan were blessed with an 8 lb. baby bey. Brad, age 13, and Todd,, 10, will be so glad to welcome their baby brother, Ross Hunter, home. Mrs. Polly Simpson of Malakoff went to be with them while Stacy is recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gunnels of Trinidad are the paternal grandparen- ts, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson of Malakoff are maternal grandparents. Mrs. Brad Stacy of Malakoff is a great grandmother, and Rebecca Me- Sweeney is sister of Stacy, the mother of Ross Hunter. Mr. and Mrs Leroy Almond of Malakoff were called to the Parkland Hospital last Wednesday evening. Their grandson, Chris Almond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abbey Almond of Irving, was bur- ned very badly when his daddy was emptying a pan of hot water. Chris was burned on the shoulder and face. They brought his brother, Joey, home with them. Mrs. Charles Foster of Arlington came to the farm to be with her husband, Charles, who has been on vacation here for the past two weeks. On Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Foster took their grandson, Chris Foster of Portland, to Athens to visit with his grandparents, The Sam Powells for the weekend. Then he returned to go with Charles and John Foster to Six Flags on Wednesday. We heard some marvelous news this week concerning Buddy Tanner, bor- ther of Corlene, Richard Tanner and inez Green of Malakoff. Buddy has been very ill over the past several man- tim at his home in Fort Worth. He went so far as to sell his Jewelry store, and then they found out that a new drug had been found to combat the rare disease that he bad and be has been given a reprieve of his illness. We are glad for the advances made in medicine every day. Glad to hear this Buddy and do hope that you have many more years of health yet. It seems that the mail is still slow. Buena Vista Derden of Kennydale near Fort Worth didn't get an invitation through the mail to a recent event here, but read about it in this column and at least knew about it, even though she had to miss it. CHERYL WHITESIDE, Malakoff High School majorette, was awarded first place in solo and strut following a week at camp at Stephen F. Austin College. Malakoff majorettes attended the school the week of June 15-t9. (Staff photo by Lore Callaway) Ladies & mens western shirts ................. $10.95 Sleeveless tops with pockets for ladies 36 to 44 ...... $9.95 Swim suits for family .................. $2.98 to $5.95 Floats $1.98 to $3.98 .............. Pools $4.98 & $7.95 Beach towels $4.98 ............. Canvas tote bags $3.98 MALAKOFF Lay-Aways laB | NEW list '6665 1980 Fiesta Red, am radio, body side moldings, ac, sports accent, SUPER SALE PRICE Stock No. 0-220 1981 LTD Stock No. 11-135 2 Door with 302 Vii, automatic overdrive, two tone red & pewter, ac, vinyl seat trim, PSPii, ore-fro stereo, speed control, dual remote mirrom, deluxe wheel coven, bumper guards, full vinyl roof, split bench seat with rKIIonr, wsw radial Urn, electric clock, tint glass. SALE PRICE 1981 Fairmont Futura Stock No. 1-125 4 Deer, 6 cyl., automatic transmission, ac, vinyl interior, PSPB, om-fm stereo, tilt, speed control, remote mirrors, body side mddlnp, bumper guard, power door locks, wsw radial tires, interval wipers, tinted L4ass, white, list 59129 ;UPER SALE PRICE 1981 Granada Stock No. 1-133 40onr, GL 6 cyl., automatic transmission, oc, vinyl seat trim, PSPB, light ffonp, am-fro stereo, $ track, tilt wheel, speed control, halt vinyl roof, split bench Nat, wsw radial tires LIST 59612 1981 Thunderbird ~S~ck No. 1-146 255 V8, automatic transmission, ac, medium blue w/white half vinyl roof, PSPii, am-fro 8-track, tilt, speed control, wire wheel covers, bucket seats, wsw radial tim, many more extras, LIST '10,063 SUPER SALE PRICE super sale price 303 W. Royall Blvd. Athens phone 675-5566 m Malakoff 489-0506