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Mrs. John French daughters, Dr. and Hayes of Hunts- Sandra French of and Miss Mary attended funeral Friday for John's Dick French, of San Dick, 61, passed away morning around 8, heart condition. Fun- were conducted Friday in Forney was in the Forney Wayman Johnson of is in town visiting Mrs. Frank with her moth- Mrs. Archie Mae Malakoff. Mrs. Melvin Lusk were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Johnston and of niece, Mrs. Suzanne and daughter, Jenni- W. J. Brightwell and Mrs. Ada Sudderth were in Tyler Sun- with relatives. Black spent her in Tyler as a guest and her faro- and Mrs. C. O. *Bent- daughter, Melinda. welcome F. L. Divine who into the house Street owned by of Athens. is employed as in the local school couple comes to Athens. Davis, co-owner and operator of the Dairy Mart, was admitted to the Me- morial Hospital in Athens last Friday night wRh what was suspected as heart trouble. Her son, David, reported later that two electrocardiograms made Saturday indicated noth- ing wrong with the organ. At this writing, Billie is still un- dergoing tests to determine the cause of her trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Surber and family were in Big Sandy on Saturday to attend church services at the Church of God. On their return to Trinidad, Scoutmaster Surher, took his Boy Scouth on an overnight camping trip. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Joe Andrews were their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray Andrews, Loqulta, Earl Ray Jr and Melaine of Waco and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andrews, Mark and Michelle of Dallas. Miss Patty Wheatley and her roommate, Miss Andrea Little, both instructors in the Grand Prairie school system, were Friday through Sunday guests of Patty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wheatley. Both the young ladies are working on their masters degree at North Texas State University. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Arnett were among the friends to visit Mr. and Mrs. Larry Don Estes at the Memorial Hospi- tal in Corsicana on Sunday. Larry Don and Frances are the proud parents of another lovely daughter, born Satur- day night. Jimmy Estes of Irving, here to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Estes, and Kenneth Dillard at- tended the HCJC-Kilgore foot- ball game in Kilgore Satur- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Proctor and son are listed among the new residents of the town. The family moved into the Hayes Hoskins garage apartment on Ash Street, and he is said to be employed north of town. Mike Mitchum left on Wed- nesday of this week for Dallas where he underwent his sec- ond physical prior to his entry into the armed services. At this writing, biike does not know where he will take his boot training. While he is away, his wife, Gloria, will make her home with her par- ents, Mr. ami Mrs. Harden Air,an. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchum were in Dallas on Friday to spend the night with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Air- heart were hosts Saturday night for a fish fry at their home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Airheart of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Airheart, Kathy and Ann and Mrs. Cora Cherry, all of the city. Sunday guests in the home were Georgia Lou's sis- tel" and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Lofton of Brown- wood, Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Crawford, Kim, Mike and Kel- lyBof Lancaster and Mrs. Cher- ry. B I RTHS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clay of Malakoff are proud to an- nounce the birth of their sec- ond son, Master Terry Mat- Lbew Clay, who arrived at 3 p.m. Thursday, October 24, at the Haynes Hospital in Mala- koff. Terry weighed eight pounds and seven ounces and was ninteen and one half inches long. He will have as a playmate his two year old brother, Roy. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Parks of Trinidad and the paternal grandmother is Mrs. Martha Clay of Malakoff. Mrs. Gladys Ware is among thoes of the town who are on the ailing list. Mrs. Lethe Pea- cock, Gladys' mother, reports her daughter is suffering with a number of stubborn infec- tions that refuse to respond to medication. The Texas Power and Light overhaul crew left Monday morning for the Savory plant between Bonham and Sherman where they will spend the next 16 weeks working on that plants machinery. Mark and Paula Johnston of Dallas were here to spend the week end with their father, Ronnie Johnston and with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston. Trinidad Carniual Clears $155. The Trinidad Halloween car- nival swelled the bank account of the Ladies Auxiliary by $155. after all expenses were paid, Mrs. Evelyn Matthews, presi- dent, announced. The above figure does not in- clude proceeds made from the hayride which was sponsored by the local Boy Scout Troop. Bill Surber, scoutmaster, re- ported that the scouts cleared $12 on the ride and "We could have made much more than that, but our ride was too long." The ride originated on the north grounds of the First State Bank, continued down McEntire Street, all the way around the big village of TP& L and back to the bank. Revenue made from the Mrs. Minnie M. McClintoek, 78, of Tool, passed away in the Memorial Hospital in Ath- ens at 11:40 Tuesday morning. Her death was attributed to complications arising from in- juries she received in a car wreck in Trinidad over two weeks ago She had remained in the hospital since that time in a critical condition. Funeral services were con- ducted at the Tool Providence Eaptist Church at 2:30 Wed- nesday afternoon with the P, ev. Irvin Anthony, officiating. Bur- ial was in the Tool Cemetery with the Eubank and Son Fun- eral Home of Mabank in charge of arrangements Mrs. McClintock was born on January 28, 1890 in the Mankin Community and had lived in Tool for the past 57 years. She was affiliated with the Mabank Chapter No. 821 of the Eastern Star. Survivors are five sons, Richard Bart McClintock of Sweenoy, John Horace Mc- Clintock of Trinidad, Matthew J. McClintock Jr of Sweeny, Aubrey E. McClintock of Tool and Wyle Glarer McClintock ,ll, i their generous contributions a*nd also offer a special thanks to the ladies of the Auxiliary who worked so hard to make the carnival the success that it was. "We were well pleased with the returns from the fair," Mrs. Matthews said, "and we were grateful for the coopera- tion of our youth in not strew- ing debri over the community or causing damage. We feel that the carnival served it's two fold purpose." of Trinidad; one daughter, Mrs. Alma Curlin of Tool; two how many times must I tell you? Mrs. Sherman's Brother Di, In Richland THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Nov. 8, 1968 Page Five sisters, Mrs. L. E. Maddox of of Tool; eleven grandchildren Luling and Mrs. Will Snowden and eight great-grandchildren. booths and games at car- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sher- nival will be used entirely to man and Mrs. Ode Humphries Now listen, Honey, I'll ex- loans, and many other i further the Little League Pr - f this city attended funer gram. The scouts were permit- services for Mrs. Sherman s 3:$1 uu ! ted to use their m ney f r brether, H. L Henderson, at plain one more time it's things too ! Right, Dear, II scouting purposes, the Griffin Funeral Chapel in . 14 In the crowning of queens , ceremony, prior to the opening Corsicana Wednesday, Oct. 30,a full service bank. That" it'sHike a "supermarket of at 3 p.m. of the fair, Miss Vicki Moore Mr. Henderson, 51, died sud- was named queen of the Little denly of a heart attack Man- means we get benefits of money." Go there! They'll 7" [' " " League; Miss Staey Floyd,day evening at the lmme of a queen of the Pee Wee League neighbor in Richland, where and Miss Erna May Williams, he had gone to call the doctor Special Accounts, Check- explain better. queen of the Pony League.after he became ill. He had There were so many and varied costumed youth on the grounds, that Mrs. Dora Wil- banks and Mrs. Doris Mallory. were hard put to make a choice for the ugliest, most un- usual and the prettiest. After careful thought, Miss Mary Lovelane was named ugliest; Jeffery Dunacusky. most unusual and Billy Tart prettiest. Mrs. Matthews would like to thank the merchants of both Malakoff and Trinidad for worked on his farm throughout the day before he became ill. He was known to have suffered a previous heart attack some years ago. A resident of Richland, Mr. Henderson is survived by his wife and one son, John Hen- derson of Navarre. 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