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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, Nov. 28, 1969 Malakoff, Texas M koff P. O. Box MO Phone ISU "Head'theft l~roj'veuivo Weete~ Hondonmn Count~' Now In the Mth Ive~' *f PubUeat~ton hb~htked by The, Tefs'ttov7 T' ~e Pubnahfne Co. Inc, In Tlbo Mewg hildlne Ja Malttoff, Trial 1611J. oJo& rtthy. OUIH~t lbeoll, Pubtbther Gbm'hdo BoeeD, 18deter Mrs. Johnnie Mae Jackson left Sunday to spend a week in the Dallas area visiting a- mong her children before de- parting by jet plane Monday for Chicago to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson. Mayor and Mrs. Travis Mat- thews of Caney City returned late Tuesday evening from Houston where they had been since Sunday visiting with their son Lamer Mattbews, student at the University of Houston. ily, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roun- savall and daughter, Jaunita of Leagueville. Sumrall has accepted employ- ment as a mechanic at Royall Chevrolet and Buick. Mrs. Sumrall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennett of this city. The family moved hero from Dallas. Weekend guests in the home of Mrs. J. D. Hounsel were her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hounsel, Brenda and Lisa of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Don Suits and children, Donald, Anita and Joy were in Celina Wednesday night and Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with her par- ents, Mr .and Mrs. Shelby Vest. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wil- cox and three children spent their weekend in Athens visit- ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Godwin. Mrs. Iva Mullins accom- panied her sister, Mrs. Pheba Snowden of Tool to Athens to attend the Fourth Sunday sing- ing held in the courthouse and then visited radio station KBUD to hear Rev. Ed Byards in his regular program. Dr. and Mrs. James Riddle- sperger and two of their child- ren from Denton were here during the weekend to visit with his brother, George Rid- dlesperger and his Aunt Matt Riddlesperger. Mrs. W. W. Hardt was re- turned to her home on Friday evening by her son-in-law Rev. James L. Riley of Houston, who, after spending the night here, went on to Palestine to attend a Methodist conference at Lakeview on Saturday. Mrs. Hardt has been away from her home for the past two weeks visiting with her child- ren, Rev. and Mrs. Riley in Houston and Dr. and John Wesley Hardt and his family in Beaumont. Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patten had as weekend guests their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kilgoro of Pasadena. Monday guests in the home included Mrs. Frank Gordon and Mrs. Maude Kel- ley, both of Kaufman and Mrs. Rena Winslett of Dallas. Mrs. James Sadler and daughter Kathy of Pattison Mr. and Mrs. Den Sumrall were Saturday and Sunday and son, Donnell, recently visitors of her mother, Mrs. moved to Malakoff where Mr. I.P. Tidmore. Mr. und Mrs. George P. Wright spent the day Sunday traveling to Grapeland and then down to Crockett before returning home late that even- ing. In Grapeland, they visit- ed with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Brown and good h'iends, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Parks, and in Crockett, were guests of her aunt, Mrs. Dudley Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Tucker returned last week from Cameron, Louisana where they spent two weeks fishing in the coast, Mrs. Tucker roported that the weather was beautiful and they had "real good luck" catching big reds, sand bass and some croakers. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson has as Friday and Saturday guests her brother-in-law and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Isadoro Williams of Odessa. Her many friends will be glad to know that Mrs. Joyce Ingram is now at home, im- proving daily and doing just fine after spending 3 weeks in Baylor Hospital recuperat- ing from injuries she received in a car-truck accident on Oct. 27th that claimed the life of her husband, Bill. Joyce says her biggest concern right now is regaining her strength and that doctors ordered that she RECONDITION THE RADIATOR NOW! Replace that faulty radiator that plagued you so much during winter. Install a new one now or let our experts completely restore your old one. Low terms. insure gour car's f 0 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wee- banks, Richard Jr and Rob- err of Houma, Louisana, arriv- ed last Saturday to spend the week of Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilhanks. Guests in the home last week were Mrs. Wilbanks' cousin and his faro- Hwy. 90 N. AT Hwy, 31 get quite a bit of bed rest each day for the next several weeks. Here to visit with her on Thursday of last week were her niece, Mrs. Judy Skiles and Judy's mother-in-law, Mrs. Linda Skiles, both of Cle- brne. Mrs. H. E. Hanssard, ac- companied by her mother, Mrs. L. H. Mason, was in Pal- estine on Sunday to check on the condition of Mrs. Hans- sard's uncle, Mr. Dutch Tool who is confined to the hospital in that city suffering with a stroke. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hos- kins were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cole and children of Bynam. On Monday, Mr. and Mrs. George Bond of Houma, Louis- ana, arrived for a visit of a day or so. Ray Donndl was able to be returned to his home on Mon- day after undergoing surgery at Memorial Hospital in Ath- ens last Friday. He is report- ed to be doing just fine. gles Finishes Basic San Antonio -- Airman Rich- ard D. Broyles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Broyles, Rt. 1, Malakoff, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. He has been as- signed to Sheppard AFB, Tex- as for training in communica- tions electronics systems. Air- man Broyles, 1965 graduate of South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas, received his A.S. degree in 1969 from Arlington State College. Maior Assumes Duti Indian Mountain, Alaska -- U.S. Air Force Major Eustace W. Frizzell, brother of Mrs. Blanche McNeil, Trinidad, has assumed command of Indian Mountain Air Force Station, Alaska. Major Frizzell served at Keesler AFB, Miss as chief of the aircraft control and warning branch, operator de- partment, 3380th Technical Training School, prior to his appointment at Indian Moun- tain. He is in a unit of the Alaskan Air Command which guards the Arctic air ap- proaches to the U.S. and North America. The major was commission- ed in 1944 through the avia- tion cadet program and is a W. Frizzell At Alaska veteran of World War II. A 1941 graduate of NaCOg" doches High School, he receiv- ed his B.S. degree in 1948 fro~ Stephen F. Austin College, Nacogdoches, and earned his M.A. degre in 1956 at the State University of Iowa. He is a member of Alpha ChL The major's wife, Bessie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coberly of Route 3, Ben- tonville, Ark. WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. 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