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A. F. Heickman ~vas re- to be improving daily having been admitted to Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, July exact cause of her ill- had not been learned as this writing but it was re- that Doctors ordered ira- following tests and ehctrocardiegram. Anderson, an employee was returned to his the latter part of last following a 15 day stay in Ran Travis Hospital in Mr. Anderson is be suffering from a ion. and Mrs. Bobby Rounsa- daughter Amy. accom- Major and Mrs. J. A. Steele md children Belinda, Adam, Vlark and Michele of Panama City, Fla arrived Saturday for a ten day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cain. Mrs. J.R. Simms of Electra, Mrs. Cain's sister, also joined the graup for the ten day visit. Mrs. Cain (Lois) said her family all enjoyed fresh vegetables and she was busy during the week laying in a good supply of peas, green beans and other fresh produce available at the local markets. Her husband, Roy, had sufficiently recovered from a rather severe stomach upset (which forced him to go to the hospital) to be able to enjoy all that good cooking. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trotman by Mrs. Lottie Bradley, who have been residing in Dal- and Sunday las for the past several months, of the Coy Martin tam moved back to their home Rusk. Also visiting over place on Temple Street last With the family was Friday. Welcome home Daisey Bradshaw. and Tom. and Pat Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Graver Haley three sons, Donald, Scott were in Temple overnight Sat- left Sunday afternoon urday to visit with her broth- a three or four day vacation er and his family whom she at the David Crockett Na- raid she had not seen in over a Park and other points of year. in deep East Texas.-------- family enjoyed camping Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Arring- their trip. ~)n are spending this week of their vacation visiting areas of and Mrs. L. P.-Smith of interest and contacting rela- Mississippi visited fives in east and south Texas. Week in the home of her A. J. is a long time employee Mrs. Ruth Hunter. Join-of TP&L and his wife, Lor- the family group and re-rine, is employed at Warreasi for the week end were Gro. daughter and her tam- and Mrs. Pat Patton G. W. "Hawk" Holcomb is Another daugh-said to be rapidly recovering Billy Gunnels and her from a severe heart attack he visited on several suffered while at work for in the home. TP&L several weeks ago. He and his family are hopeful that end guests in the homeiHawk will be released from the and Mrs. Andy Cole Sr :Navarro Memorial Hospital the : their son and his family, last of this week. and Mrs. Andy Cole Jr Jacquelyn, and Bennie R. Miller, employee Cole's daughter, Miss of Nipak, entered the Medical Lynn, a students at East Arts Hospital in Dallas last State University in Cam-Friday to undergo abdominal' Miss Cole was a guest surgery sometime this week. at the Sunday evening at First Methodist. Cllul ch oIL ChRis1 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rozell left Friday for Tennessee where they will spend around ten days of their vacation visiting rela- tives and sightseeing. Their first stop was in Centerville to visit her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hankins. The rest of the trip was to be deci~cated gener- ally to tourmg the state. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rozell and fam- ily of Chandler, accompanied his parents on their vacation. Week long houseguests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Estes were her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Seymour of Wichita Falls. While here, the Seymour's also visited with their nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Don Estes. On Thursday eve- ning, the visiting cotmle and their hosts along with Larry Don and his family; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Johnston, all en- joyed a fish-fry at the roadside park east of town. Fred Matthews will enter the M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston on Wednesday, July 23, and undergo oral surgery THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 19, 1968 an Thursday. He and his wife were in Houston this past week so that Fred might be examin- ed by Doctors and have tests made. His mother, Mrs Jessie Matthews of Ranger came to town to be with the chqdren while their parents were away. C. E. Keesee was in Welling. ton Thursday through Monday attending a reunion of his rela- tives, some of whom he had not seen for a number of years. He was accompanied on the trip by two of his granddaughters, Misses Shelia and Debra Crad- dock. Here to spend the week end in the Keesee home were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Keesee and family of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Hoskins and daughter, Jerilyn, were in San Antonio for several days last week touring the grounds of HemisFair. Thursday and Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gil- gether of other members of the family. Those here for the week Page Five end were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cartlidge of Lancaster, Terry bert of Lockney. The Gilberts Wayne Rozell and Mrs. Maxine are parents of Mrs. Bob Miller Robinson of Garland and Mr. of Irving whose husband is the and Mrs. Don Arnold of Grape- son of Bill and JoLea Miller. land. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fellrath spent some time in BeeviUe this past week atending a showing of Santa Gertrudis cattle. The Fellraths are owners and oper- ators of such a farm about mid- way between Trinidad and Ker- ells. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Haley and children, Kevin and Jim- my, left Saturday night for Joa- quin to spend their vacation with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Windham. Mr. and Mrs. John Dee Cart- Udge and children, Devonna and Danny of Malabar, Fla left for their home Sunday evening aft- er having spent the past week visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Cartlidge. The arrival of John Dee and his family was cause for a get-to- Ballow Hines was home for the week end to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines. Ballow made the trip here prior to leaving today (Friday) for New York where he will attend the National Mi~ Leslie Lee, is currently Jim Gaston was in Marlin visiting her paternal grand- Wednesday and Thursday visit- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. ing in the home of his nephew Floyd Sr in Dallas. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Hart. On Sunday all~.~r- noon, Jim, his wife Alice and Mr. and Mrs. James Williams their daughter, Mrs. Kay Car- and son Michael of San Antonio ter and her daughter, Jennifer, were in town for the week end all journeyed to Kaufman to to visit with her daughter and visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leon- her family, Mr. and Mrs. Carol ard Rollins and their family. Baker and with his parents, Mr. Rollins will be remember- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams. ed as a former football coach in Trinidad. Andrew Jackson was return- Beauty Show during the coming ed to his home Friday following Mrs. C. C. Airheart was car- a somewhat lengthy stay in the ried to Mount Pleasant last week. He is an executive em- Navarro Memorial Hospital in Thursday by her son, Buster, to ployee of a nationally known Corsicana. Andy is said to be attend funeral services of her beauty product. doing just fine. Sunday guests nephew, Marshall Phelps. Mr. Mrs. Frances Moseley arriv- in the home of his parents, Mr. Phelps, age 45, passed away at ed in Dallas Saturday following and Mrs. Byron Jackson, were 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 9, of a a week spent in Kansas visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jackson, heart attack. Other relatives at- with relatives. She was met in Tammie and Sherry of San An- tending the funeral were Mr. Dallas by her husband, Sam, tonio and Mr. and Mrs. Claude and Mrs. Pete Airheart and and the two returned home Sun- J" Jackson of Houston. While Mr. and Mrs. Pat Airheart. here, Claudie purchased a new ,i day . olive green automobile. On Sat- ~flLSON OIL Miss Zura Floyd has return- urday, the Jaeksons were visit- COMPANY ed to her home in Houston aft- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Claude ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS er spending the past two weeks Fredriek Jackson of Livingston P.O. Box 4010 in the home of her nephew and who also visited with his sister, his family, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Mrs. Fred Johnston and other Phone bY *S0Sl Floyd. 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