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The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 16, 1981--.3A , Polly Walker .... 489-1484 1 I L i i enjoyed a 12-Oay i Vandause Botanical Gardens. The said for this lovely place. They took the Mr. and Mrs. Gus Chesonoil of Waco Beaumont came to visit with Mr. and daughter accompanied her for a few and Canada: second day they went to China Town, ferry of three hours back to Van spent a few days last week with her Mrs. A! Bang and with Idella Davis of daysvisit. Betty and which incidentally is the second largest Couver. The town is geared for tourist sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Athens. They all went to Grand Prairie Theodore Rice returned home from Joy and Dan Taylor, in the world. They went to Gas Town travel and trade. They saw the famous Tucker. Gus broke his foot several to visit a museum and then to tour the Henderson County Memorial Hospital Mary and and saw the famous gas clock in Van Butchaut Gardens, walked to the an- weeks ago when he fell from the roof on Wild Kingdom Safari. They spent the Monday after having been a patient and Dr. G. M. Couver Square. tique car show, the wax museum and to a steel canopy over their windows, night in Fort Worth and then went to there following surgery on Friday. Mr. Ztty and Dr. Howard They boarded the ship at 8:30 that other museums. It was a marvelousHe is still walking with a cane. They Granbury where they ate at the Nut Rice is recovering nicely. and Elton Sayffle, Mary night and went inland for their mar- trip and anyone would be better came by our house on Friday enroute to Hotel. It serves about 200 people each First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 and Edith and Morrisvelous tour. Each day they were given a educated about the North Americantheir home. day. They attended the Theatre Opera reported special services Sunday with formerly of Log four-page newspaper to enlighten them Continent and well entertained on this Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond took House, which was restored in 1975, and the Rev. Rainwater from Malakoff of their activities and the places they trip. They all returned home safe and their grandson, Joey, back to his home then went on to Glen Rose to walk in the bringing the morning message. Was named the Alaskan were to see. glad to be back. in Irving over the past weekend. Joeyis Dinosaur's tracks. Of course they only Mrs. Willie Old Jock is doing fine at and they were On the 28th the paper told all about Mary and Melvin Berry of Big the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abbey Almond. saw them, didn't walk in them. They all home after a stay in the hospital even the Island Pacific Alaska becoming the 49th state and the Springs spent the weekend visiting her Their younger son is an out-patient at returned to their respective homes, though she is unable to return to work. known as the Love hourly happenings for the day. They en- brother, Linda and Tommy Tanner and Parkland hospital twice a week to doc- Guests in the home of Miss Corlene Mrs. Vee McCalister and her family Passengers. The boattered the port of Prince Rupert, the also visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bill torhis burns. Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tanner have arrived back at home after their tons, goes 20 knots largest seaport in British Columbia. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Orvilla Reese are in and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green were Mr. family get-together on the Fourth of seven decks. All 20 of Then they were off to Juneau, the senic and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tanner. Ventura, California this week visiting and Mrs. Herbeet Johnson and Mr. and July in Kansas. They had sad news on the Aloha deck oncapitol at the foot of the mountains, for Rev. Jerry Rainwater preached thewith her daughter, Shirley Calado and Mrs. Donald Petty and Mike of Fort while there of the death of their cousin which the city is named. The mountain Sunday morning service at the First family. Ann went last week and Orvilla Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Netl and went on to Dayton, Ohio to be with l to Dallas on the 25th range is from 3,000 to 14,000 ft. in baptisst Church on Hwy. 31 and the joined her on Wednesday. Brlenkaum of SanAntonio. their family there. The HuUns went a Braniff Airline and height. Then off to Skagway which was Sunday night service at the First Bap- Lockle and A! Bang went to Sterling, Rlcky and Debble Vieregge brought last week to visit with his father in There they boar- the most northern gold rush town which tist Church on Mitcham Street. Kansas to visit with his sister and their baby home to Athens after a long Franklin. Mrs. Hulin also spent yester- Airline and flew is known as the home of the North Wind. Rev. James Cheatham is holding a husband, Sarah Moran and Lou Wilkle. hospitalization in Louisana. day evening in Dallas with her sister, Where they stayed for Glacier Bay, Alaska was on the tourn revival at the First Baptist Church in They all went on a nine-day trip to see Dorothy Leopard has been confined Bernice Lane. and shopping, and then back to Sitka, Alaska and then Concord, down below Buffalo. two sisters and a brother of Al's. They to a Corsicana hospital. Mrs. Truda Carl Anderson is coming along nicely Shearton Villa to Victoria, Canada. They stayed at the Elolse and Charles Stevens had a had a lovely time. Leopard visited her on Tuesday. with the mending his his broken ankle. They took beautiful Empress Dowager Hotel pleasant vacation this past weekend in Just before this trip Mrs. Fayrene Mrs. Zelma Cook returned to her He was able to be in church Sunday touredthe covered with ivy. Enough could not be Galveston. Bynum and Mrs. Gene Gilllam of home at Log Cabin estates and her morning. O # "4 f ~s .t by FIREMAN Olin Dukes has been spending a.part of his spare time painting the fire hydrants said that with the tall weeds and grass that have grown up following the recent rains that some nit for firemen to spot. With a fresh coat of paint they should be easily found by the local depar- Loci Callaway) ry %. Fred Sonntag Ford .( i:i" Now No. 174 No. 173 1981 Granada, 4 dr. List 8910 1981 Granada 2 dr. List 8910 No. 1-164 1981 Fairmont 4 dr. List 8246. Now No. 1-163 1981 Fairmont 4 dr. List 8246. Now Now i 21 lioyall Blvd. Athens phone 675-5566 | Malakoff 489.0506 E. D. (COTTON) MONROE Funeral services for E. D. (Cotton) Monroe were held Tuesday, July 14, 1981 at 10 a.m. at the Parkview Baptist Church in Malakoff. The Rev. Johnny Crouch and the Rev. C. E. Hazell officiated. Burial followed at Malakoff City Cemetery with Paschal Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Monroe, 58, passed away sud- denly at his home Sunday afternoon. He was retired from the U. S. Marine Corp. He was a veteran of both World War II and the Korean War. Survivors include his wife, Erma Monroe of Malakoff; two sons,, Mike Monroe and Todd Monroe, both of Malakoff; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Cope of Miller Grove and Mrs. Lori Callaway of Malakoff; six gran- dchildren; one sister, Mrs. Louise Shumate of Malakoff; five brothers, Adrian Monroe of Fayetville, Ark., J. D. Monroe of DeWitt, Ark., Edd Monroe of Austin, Joe Monroe of Malakoff and Aubrey Monroe of Kerens; one daughter-in-law, Barbara Monroe of Malakoff; two sons-in-law, Jim Cope of Miller Grove and Larry Callaway of Malakoff; several nieces and nephews. Nephews served as pallbearers. Carter of Malakoff; three brothers, Walter E. Carter of Lufkin, Ralph Car- ter and Buster Carter, both of Malakoff, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, O. A. Carter. Nephews served as pallbearers. Don't expect washing ltORACE DEAN CARTER canned tuna to help Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist Church in On a sodium-restricted diet? -- and so Malakoff for Horace Dean Carter, 67, of you wash off regular tuna to get rid of Malakoff. the salt? Mr. Carter passed away Friday, July Forget it. Washing regular canned 10, at his residence in Malakoff. tuna or other fish will not reduce the The Rev. C. Huey Clements officiated sodium content, says Mary K. Sweeten, at the 2 p.m. service and burial followed a foods and nutrition specialist. at Post Oak Cemetery. Paschal On the other hand, buying dietetic Funeral Home of Malakoff was in pack tuna or salmon prepared without charge of arrangements, oil or salt will allow you to have those He is survived by his mother, Dona items without the sodium, she says. LL I!i/