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and Mrs. James Rider~ and daughter, Sandra, McConncU Air Force in Kansas, arrived in Sunday for a 30 day with relatives and Sgt. Ridenhour is en- Korat Air Force Base, He specializes in radar and enertial systems. His wife, and daughter will stay her parents, Mr. and Curtis Beard in Buffalo James absence. Cude was allowed doctors to spend the at home. He was re- Marlin on Sunday by his wife Ruth. is reported to be mak- satisfactory progress. Malakoff Fire Depart- was called out on Tues- morning to answer an reported on the Cayuga about three miles the Athens City limits. in the blaze was a and small frame ho~e which were destroyed fire, according to O. A. Phillips Jr. The structures were the property of Eddie Rogers, an Athens City employee. Thursday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walk- er were her niece and her mother, Mrs. Millard McBer- rile of Athens and Mrs. Ruth Adams of Crescent Heights. Lucille Truelove and her son Drew went to Fort Worth last Friday night and remained through Sunday as guests of her sister, Mrs. Paul Mc- Adams. Mrs. Ann McCleary reported Monday that her husband, Robert, is still undergoing tests at the Veterans Hosiptal in Marlin and that the extent of his illness has not yet been diagnosed. She related that his condition had not improved since he entered the hospital several weeks ago. He was allowed to come home for the week end but re-entered the hospital on Monday. Results of tests made last week are expected to be made known the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kianbrew spent three days recently with a group of other East Texans seeing the sights in Las Vegas. Faye reported this was her first trip to the city of lights and that the sights were "Just unbelievable." The group left Longview by plane and made the return trip to that city. Since then, Faye has been fighting the flu bug, but was feeling some better at this writing. Jerry Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller was a Maia- koff visitor over the weekend. He is a student at East Texas University. Carlos Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bocell, will leave tomorrow, Nov. 9 for Hawaii. Carlos, serving in the Navy, is stationed at the Fleet Intelligence Center near Pearl Harbor. While on 30 day leave, Carlos attended the wedding of his brother Larry Hoistien of Corsicana. Larry was mar- tied to the former Miss Wanda Bates, Friday, Oct. 25. Lamar Matthews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Matthews and a student at the University o~ Houston visited in the home of his parents at Caney City over the weekend. Sunday Lamar attended the wedding of his grandfather Guy Matthews along with other members of the Matthews family in Waco. He returned to Houston fol- lowing the wedding. Sunday guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Jim Steen- I~rgen were Mr. and Mrs. Olen Click and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Foster, all of Godley and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Robinson of Holdenville, Okla. We're as near as o coll. We're open day and night during danger- ous winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nokes and son, Eddie, were in Dallas through the week end to visit with their daughter, Patsy, her husband, Ray Dean Carden and their daughter, I)ebbie. Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger spent several days in Tyler visiting in the home of her two daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. John De- ment and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wileman and their families. Here is your c ance to really save on all your Anti-freeze needs. Mr. H. L. Rogers was return- ed to the Memorial Hospital in Athens by ambulance at 3 a.m. Wednesday of last week with what was described as a continuation of after effects of a wreck in which he was in- volved several weeks ago. Since his resistance was low, he had also contacted a virus infection. It was hoped that he had recovered sufficiently to be returned to his home the first of this week. II0 8 / t. 4 q-337/ Mr. and Mrs. Ode Hump- hries and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Summerall spent the week end in Morringsport, La visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. pg to a great future-through research findings and an invisible force .electricity! There II be cars, electronically guided along super-speed high- where you can work or relax on the go. Tomorrow, in mcreasingly ways, electricity will turn the wheels of industry, light the of our burgeoning cities, and run the machines which make our lives and more productive. Unforeseen new industries and job oppor- will be created. There'll be all this and more in tomorrow's world investor-owned electric utilities like Texas Power & Light Company f seeking and finding new ways to live better electrically. A FACT: The taxes paid by Texas Power & Light Company have more doubled in the past eight years. Today, TP&L is the biggest taxpayer in r of the 453 citiesand towna we serve. TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility # J. Q. Humphries and in tour- ing the Louisiana country side. Mrs. Humphries reports foliage on the trees in the area had all donned their fall colors and were beautiful. Leroy Brannon, who has been suffering and quite ill with the shingles for the past five weeks, was forced back to bed on Thursday of last week because of a continual siege of the disease. When the first attack occurred, Leroy was carried to a specialist in Dallas who diagnosed the case and said only time would bring about the cure. Since that time, he has had severe nau- sea along with quite a bit of pain. Mrs. Brannon reported Monday that she was going to consult a physician later in the day to see if other mea- sures could not he taken to hasten the cure. Guests in the Brannon home over the week end were their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark, David and Chris of Denton. CEMETEREY DONATIONS In Memory of Mrs. J. D. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Bailey, Marfa $5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaRue, Athens $10.00 Mr. R. C. Wilbanks was re- turned to his home on Sunday afternoon after spending the past three weeks in the Na- varre Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. He was said to be getting along just fine follow- ing surgery for the removal of 70 per cent of his stomach. Sunday guests in the home were a niece and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harwell of Fort Worth. On Monday, the Wilbanks were visited by two of his sisters, Mrs. Viola Scog- gins and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Scoggins, all of Alba. BIRTHS Miss Thesa Ann Baker, lhre~ and one haft year old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Baker of 203 Bartlett St. in Malakoff, wishes to announce the birth of her younger broth- er, Master Grady Lynn Baker. Grady made his arrival on Saturday, Oct. 26, at t0::6 p.m. at the Navarre Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. He weighed eight pounds and nin~ ounces and was 22 inches lon~. He was welcomed by his par- ents and his maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Abbott of Malakoff. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dann of Dallas announce the birth of another son, Matthew (Ma't) Byron Darm on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 10:32 p.m. in Garland Matt tipped the scales at eight pounds and seven and onc-half ounces. He has an older broth- er whose name is Douglas. The paternal grandoarems are Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dann of Garland and the paternal great grandmother is Mrs. S. A. Dann of Trinidad. The ma- ternal great grandmother is Get Ready For Winter ALL AT -- AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone HU 9-4611 VALVE GRINDING SERVICE x::tttre perfect We Use Only Top. Quality Parts Dnly the best available tubes and repair parts ~- -into the TV )ts we vice. Callus for.guaru. t' d TV repairs. RsdJo kud o rU. Seerico II Guff Matthems Weds THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Nov. 8, 1968 Page Three Mrs. Harris |n Waco Newly incorporated Caney City will welcome her first new resident in the very near future as Guy Matthews, well Mrs. Flora Gilmore of Trini- dad and the maternal great grandfather is C. M. Gilmore of Malakoff. BIRTHS For a time, Larry Don ard Frances Estes of Trinidad, be- gan to wonder ff the exoected new addition to their family had changed it's mind about being born. But sure enough on Saturday evening at 9:03 am;dst lightning, thunder aT-d rain, the young lady made h~r appearance at the Navarre memorial Hospital in Corsi- cana. She weighed seven pounds and was 10 -inches long. she has been named Tanya "Nichele Estes and was gleefully welcomed by her old- er sister, Tamar. Tanya's ma- ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Warren and her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pete Estes, all of Trinidad. Grade A Homo Gallon Jug 89c (plus deposit) V= Gallon Carton 49 OPEN 7 A.M. "TIL 1tl P.M. SERVICE STATION W. Hwy 31 Malaimff known native, returns from a honeymoon trip to California with his bride, the former Mrs. Virl Harris of Killeen. "the newly weds were mar- ried in Waco Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Frank Simon, the brides only child. The bride was given in marriage by her son-in-law, Frank Simon. Travis Mat- thews, only child of the groom was his fathers best man. The new Mrs. Matthews is a lifelong friend of the Mat- thews family and a former classmate of the groom. Members at the couples im- mediate iamilies and close friends of the bride were pres- ent. A reception and dinner followed the wedding in the Simon home. The Travis Matthews' family turned out lock, stock and bar- rel for their father and grand- fathers wedding. The grand- children, Lamar Matthews, a student at the University of Houston, Malinda Matthews, Henderson County Junior Col- lege student and Rickie Mat- thews of Malakoff High school were no doubt among the pranksters who inscribed such words as "Hot time in the old town tonight", and "Old but not too old," on the honey- moon car after the wedding. The groom is said to have taken the car to be washed and told the attendant that he had attended a wedding and someone must have gotten his car mixed up with the grooms. Also attending the wedding were Mrs. Travis Matthews parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams of Trinidad. Following the wedding trip, the couple will he at home at Caney Cove in Caney City. Area residents are looking for- ward to welcoming the new Mrs. Guy Matthews. COLONIAL HOUSE PAINT by Sherwin - Williams 3.49 gal CHESTER MeENTIRE - owner Phone 778-2527 SPECIAL! For our 0ntinental Auto Insureds. A Dime TWO ASpirins AND AN EMER6ENCY NUMDER TO CALL COLLECT IN CASE OF ACCIDENT. 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