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4B~ The..MalakoffNews ,_Thur~_ y-- Oct. F9,1_~_1_ :i Tom Pearson and Bill Malone are Malone andhis wife.Carolyn, also ha ,e ~:Li i new owners of Malakoff Feed and Sup- three children, Patrick, Marty and ply store. They assumed ownership of Courtney. Both families plan to ', the business in mid-October, relocate from the Houston area as soon Located at 126 South Terry St. in as possible. !] Malakoff, the business offers complete The partners are both veterans and agricultural supplies, including Pearson is still active in the reserve !~i livestock feed, fertilizer, and farm and while Malone is in the National Guard. i ranch supplies. Both Pearson and Malone have been Their hobbies include hunting, fishing, football and softball. active in agricultural type businesses Malakoff Feed and Supply is open i: for the past ten years. Pearson has from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday i worked in fertilizer sales while Malone through Friday and from 7:30 a.m. until has handled finance and accounting. I p.m. on Saturday. Pearson and his wife, Marsha, have working with the owners three children, Gre~. Amy. and Kelly. )n i ! :!,( iill :i/ MRS. EFFIE FRANCE8 HOPKINS Funeral services were held Thur- sday, Oct. 22, for Mrs. Effie Frances Hopkins, 80, of Mineral Wells. They were held in the First United Methodist Church with the Rev. B.C. Dugger, Jr. ::~ officiating assisted by Rev. Bobby Moore and R. B. Shlflet. Interment was 41. in Woodlans Park under the direction of 4t Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner. "X" Mrs. Hopkins died Oct. 20 at 11:25 "X' am. She was born April 25, 1901 in Texas and moved to Mineral Wells in 1940 from Trinidad. She and James Alvin Hopkins were married May 3, 1919 in Kaufman. He preceded her in ~ ---HItNY" ~ --- death in 1973. Mrs. Hopkins was very active in civic ~ (BeSind Dove's Super Save) affairs and received many awards for "X- ~'~ her efforts. Survivors include a daughter: Aline ~.~ Gambrell, Mineral Wells; a son: Rev. A - Relaxation & Self-lmage Jack Hopkins, Gatesville; gran- ~ B-WeightControl ~, ddaughters, Pamela Kay Miller, Little C - Smoking Control River, Jacquelyn Hopkins Anderson,Speoial thru Nov. l Oth Austin; grandsons, David Gambrell, Fort Worth, Joe Bill Gamhrell, Piano ~ 0a|[ ~OW for appointment and Jan Louis Gambrell, Kerrville; six great-grandchildren and a number of ~ "k Yooa nieces and nephews. MICIIAEL GRAIIAM JACKSON ~ ~ Body wrap Michael Graham Jackson, son of Mr. "K" @t" Tanning Booths , Aerobic Dancing , Belly Dancing . Body Building . Gym Equipment . Sauna . Whirlpool . Health Vitamins . Karate @ and Mrs. English L. Jackson, Jr. of -~, Shreveport, La., formerly of Malakoff, 'K" died following injuries received in an .~. automobile accident October 16, 1981. ~- Survivors, besides his parents, in- ~. clude his wife, Mary Beth Sellman .~- Jackson of Pasadena; one brother, "X" English L. Jackson, III of Houston; ~. three sisters, Mrs. James N. Crawford "X- of Garland, Mrs. Floyd Hill of Fort .~. Worth and Martha Alice (Mopsy) "k" Jackson of Houston; one uncle, Francis .~- L, Jackson of Malakoff; three aunts, -~, Mrs. Walter Kaczaral of Newport -~, News, Va., Mrs. Mary K. Johnson of ,~ Plneville, La., and Mrs. David L. Swift ~. of Alexandria, La.,; and his gran- .~ dmother, Mrs. Bessie M. Kelso of -~. Alexandria. 4(" as new owners are Johnny Speed ant[John Newland. Both men have invited customers, i~ew and established, to drop by for a visit. "We are working to meet the needs of our area customers," Pearson said. They plan a grand opening celebration in the near future. Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto Now representing American Life and Accidental Medicare Supplement Policy 226 N. Terry JERRY GARRISON "0 .0 Gas is a natural fuel, not a manufac- you hold down utility bills And Lone Star tured energy By using gas directly in can deliverall the gas you need for your your appliances, you get natural home. It's another mason to be glad economy and natural efficiency to help you're served by the Lone Star system Gas. It's plentiful, efficient and right for the times. Lone Star Gas Company Smirnoff Vodka .... q24' plustax 80 Proof-l.75 litre Seagram's 7 Crown. s12- l lustax 80 Proof-l.75 Litre Windsor Canadian.. s124. plus x 80 Proof-l.75 Litre J&B Scotch.. ...... s19so plus tax 86 Proof-l.75 Litre I.W' Harper ........ s12- plus 86 Proof-l.75 Litre 4 LI I Disco Stets System plus B-track player Automatic BSR Record Changer with cueing control Dust cover included 022" cabinet in walnut color the Mueic! 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