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Page 8- MALAKOFF NEWS- July 21. 1977 Malakoff First Baptist A ten week Bible course on will have an extended Church members held a Matthew and Mark will be covered dish supper at the taught by pastor Randy church fellowship hall Warren. Wednesday night. Ricky Matthews was trans- August 1-5 is the date set for ferred to the Medical City Bible School at First Baptist Hospital in Dallas Friday Church. Children ages three from Reno, Nevada, where he through grade six will attend has been hospitalized since he from 9 to 12 a.m. received injuries in a A Young Adult Share Group helicopter crash. Ricky is held their first meeting reported by family members Wednesday night at the as much improved, even United Methodist parsonage, though it is expected that he I VFW00o.00133 l [ In Trinidad, | SatL00a_y _Saturday 8_00'.00 P._ M008.00 P. M. Get Ready For The Rodeo Save Dollars On Every Pair of Name Brand Boots, Jeans, and Western Slacks. Tremendous Savings on All Western Hats and Shirts Ray's Discount Store 215 N. Beaton Corsicana 872-2311 :ffi SHUGART COUPON k Food Fare 123 E. 31 Malakoff 9 WALLET SIZE COLOR PORTRAITS 99 recov.ery period. His address is Medical City Hospital, 7777 Forest Lane, Room 1006, Dallas. The family has expressed their appreciation to everyone for their thoughts, prayers, and cards. Did you have company? Go folt a visit with friends or family? Take a vacation trip? If so, give us a call at 489-0531. Folks watch the News to see what their friends are doing. David and Bruce Scheibe have returned from a three- week trip to Washington where they have been visiting their father, Col. (Retd.) George Scheibe, a former publisher of the Malakoff News. Col, Scheibe and his wife, Pat, are living in Longview. He has recently been appoint- ed transportation supervisor of the Rainier School District. moving to that area from Portland, Oregon where he has lived for the past three years. Oops! Our error! Tommy Clark is a present Malakoff city councilman, not a former one as we reported in Star Harbor Lines last week. Clark and his wife are building a home in Star Harbor which is about half completed and will be moving there. Becky Robertson was admitted to Mother Francis Hospital in Tyler Wednesday for surgery. Mrs. Curtis Carroll is a new businesswoman since she and her mother opened their cosmetics shop in Athens. The Majik Mirror is located at 221 S. Prairieville and features Deeya cosmetics and hair styling. The Clay and Mitchum families will host a family dinner at the Lions Den July 30 at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Pross Tramel were among the many family members who attended the annual Tramel re,alan at Prairie Point picnic grounds last month. Next year's reunion will be held the fourth Sunday in June at the same place. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Al- mond of Dallas were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond. College this week are TRACI NEWMAN* Annette Ward, Laura Hamilton, Shannon Bartmess, Jeannie Brown, and Melinda Lovelady. The girls will be returning home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cartlidge of Dumas are visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cart- lidge. The Bond of Love singing group had a special rehear- sal and party at the Steve Cartlidge home Tuesday. Members of the group are Jimmy Crouch, Jeff Dubose, Mike Mattingly, Jay Johnson, Susanne Mattingly, Susie Walker, Christi Baird. and Debbie Cheatham. Heather Whaley of Shreve- port is visiting her grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Owens. The Annual McGuire Family Reunion, in honor of G.W. McGuire and Martha McGuire, will be held the fourth Sunday in August at the Lions Den in Malakoff. J.C. Allen, grandson nf Mr. and Mrs. McGuire, said that all decendants, friends and relatives of the family are invited to attend. ii Obituary il Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Blakeney, 79, wife of the late E.R. Blakeney of Malakoff. were held Saturday al 3 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Malakoff The Rev. Billie Banner and the Rev. James Cheatham officiated at the service which was conducted by Paschal Funeral Home. Malakoff. A lifelong resident of Malakoff, and a member of the Methodist Church, Mrs. Blakeney passed away Friday morning in Henderson County Memorial Hospital. Interment followed in the Malakoff City Cemetery. Mrs. Blakeney is survived by five sons, R.E. Blakeney of By Chief Richard Wilson i  i ' .....  ,i'/i FOLKS WHO KNEW Duke Doyle Trusler in his "salad days"-- that took their toil. As the picture above or in his case, perhaps they were "elephant days"-- say there's thought big! But we also note that he couldn't no mystery why the Star Harborite is now recovering from his when he was selling elephant "bargains" sixth heart attack, It was those big projects he used to tackle Boaters Offered Each year many boaters find attract themselves in situations where day: Malakoff Police Depart- ment had a variety of investi- gations this past week as well as various arrests. Wednesday Chief Richard Wilson and Officer Eddie Miers responded to a disturbance call. There were no charges filed: therefore no arrest. Chief Wilson and Officer Miers also investigated the report of a young boy running away from home. Young man returned home on his own the next day. Officer Miers investigated a report of a man that had beeff" shot with a BB gun. ()range, Jim Blakefiey of  diseovered Shof Malakoff. Johnny Blakeney of the BBs but the man filed no ,, o,, Jean Owens, Judy and Tra- Extra ci Newman in Shreve- charge were ',. .8 X 10 for port this weekend to visit ., OFFER ..""llip Jean's daughter and Judy's .=,,,,.. ... ,,... v.., niece and nephew, Wade and $ *J Kim Farmer. J.A. and Elaine Farmer of 'k * r lk  " "it lk *  "k" "k   r  "k  lk k k ,k" Garland visited the J.E. Grandsons served as IWed Au 3rd Farmers Sunda:. MAJOR pallbearers. ,NIOR ,,,G,, Subscribe ETTES for t977-78 attending Twirling Camp at Kilgore Jr. Phone 489-0531 Dallas. Wayne Blakeney of Dallas and Huey Blakeney of Lott: four daughters. Mrs. Jap Lucas of Athens. Mrs. Mary Killough. Mrs. Minnie Wood and Mrs. LaVerne Satterwhite, all of Dallas: one brother. J.W. Wiggins: one sister. Mrs. Viola String- fellow: 18 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. charges against the juveniles. Thursday Officer Sonny Miers responded to a call of some men hanging around one of our local business. The investigation resulted in one arrest. Monday Officer Sonny Miers answered a disturbance call at which no arrest was made as no charges were filed. Officer Eddie Miers responded to a late distur- bance call. No arrest was made. There '.were four arrests made during the past week. A Malakoff man was arrested by Officer Sonny Miers for no drivers license. Officers Eddie Miers and Don Johnson arrested a local man on warrants held by Caney City Police Chief Herman Kite. A Mabank man was arrested by Officers Eddie Miers and Don Johnson for being drunk in vehicle. An Athens man was arrested for public intoxica- tion by Officers Sonny Miers, Eddie Miers, and Don Johnson, LE(;AL NOTICE .TO TII STATE OF T.EXAS , TIlE STATE OF TEXAS TO Michael D. Featherston, Respondent; GREETINGS: YOU ARE ilEREBY COMMANDED to appear and answer before the ilonorable District Court, tlenderson County, Texas, at the Court- house of said County in Athens, Texas, at or before 10 o'clock a.m. of the Monday next after the expiration of 20 days from the date of service of this citation, then and there to answer the petition of Mary First United Memodist Church Malakoff Rev. Emmitt C. Barrow ASK About Our SHUGART @LOIR PHOTOS Food Fare 8xD OFFER Newly Appointed District Superintendent of Palestine District will preach Sunday morning, July 24, with a fellowship luncheon following service. All members and friends invited to attend and meet Rev. Barrow 123 E Hwy. 31 Malakoff emergency assistance is need- ed. Whether a minor mechan- ical breakdown or more serious mishap, common sense and distress signals can save your life. Inexperienced boaters and others may see distress signals and fail to recognize them as such Distress signals should always be taken seriously because they may indicate a boat is out of fuel, a crew member is ill or the craft is sinking. Listed below are some com- mon sense things to do to I.EGAL NOTICE Ella Fea the*rsto, PiHiO , filed in said Court on the 13th day of April, 1977, against Michael D. Featherston, Respondent, and said suit being numbered 77A-182 on the docket of said Court, and entitled "In The Matter of Marriage of Mary Ella Featherston and Michael D. Featherston," and in the interest of Cindy Featherston and Lisa Featherston, children, the nature of which suit is a request for Divorce. The Court has authority in this suit to enter any judg- ment or decree dissolving the marriage and providing for the division of property which will be binding on you. The Court has authority in this suit to enter any judgment or decree in the children interest which will be binding upon you, including the termination of the parent-child relationship and the appointment of a conservator with authority to consent to the children adoption. If this citation is not served within ninety days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved. The officer executing this writ shall promptly serve the same according to require- ments of law, and the mandates hereof, and make due return as the law directs. Issued and given under my hand and the seal of said Court at Athens, Texas, this the 29th day of June, 1977. Raise and stretched arms, repeatedly. Hold ored materials i I possible. Tie a panel of or wave a device. Flying flag recc Reflect a day, flashes to 40 miles aircraft. Your also be used as glass, amplified tinfoil behing it reflection. Commercial be purchased Strobes, are not widely tress signals confused with aides, which of not less minute. If you are flash your flashlight in ItAVING TH] LON S. Notice is hereby original Letters tary for he Canady were 11, 1977, in CauSe pending in the in Henderson to: Patricia The residence Executrix is Texas. The address is: C/O Patricia 802 Wiishii'e Cout Arlington. Texas All persons against this currently required to within the time manner DATED the 11 1977. Lelia May Garner, Clerk, District Court, Henderson County, Texas. By B. Ramsey, Deputy. Patricia Ann Independent Estate of Lon S. Deceased PASCHAL We Honor All Burial PHONE 489"