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10A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dee. 4, 1980 -7 I . II .................................................................................... ERVIN M. BOYD Funeral services for Ervin M. (Curley) Boyd, 81, of 1218 Crestridge, Ennis, formerly of Athens and Malakoff, were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in United Methodist church in Dresden with Lindsey Boyd, minister, of- ficiating. Interment was in Dresden Cemetery under direction of Foster and Brown Funeral Home in Athens. Mr. Boyd died Sunday in an Ennis nursing home following an extended illness. Classified Ads Sell (:a II 489-0531 He was born Aug. 31, 1899, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Boyd and was a retired tree surgeon. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Lucie D. Boyd, in 1974. lie was a mem- ber of the Baptist church. Survivors include two sons, Lindsey D. Boyd of Panama City, Fla., and Bill R. Boyd of Lathrop, Calif.: four daughters, Mrs. Altha Boyd Elliott of Ennis, Mrs. John (Doris) Thomas of Dallas, Mrs. Jack O. (Drusilla) Young Jr. of Fort Worth, and Mrs. Marvin (Elsie) Harval of Bay City; one brother, C.O. Boyd of Abilene; 20 gran- dchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. V 24 Hour Wrecker Service Tires & Tubes Open all day Saturday II 110 E. Mitcharn 489-1292 Grandsons served as pallbearers, ELSIE WII,LIAMS Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie T. Williams, 85, of Cross Roads Com- munity, were held at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Eubank Funeral ltome Chapel in Can- ton, with Rev. Elvin McCann and Rev. Odis Munns officiating. Interment was in Meredith Cam- pground Cemetery. Mrs, Williams died Sunday in an Athens hospital after a short illness. She was born March 28, 1895, in ttill ' :~ County. She lived in China Grove com- munity for 48 years and lived in Cross ii ~ Roads community the past eight years. She was a housewife and a member of First Baptist Church in Cross Roads .... Survivors include three sons, ttenry . Williams of Mesquite, Carl Williams of Canton, and O.W. Williams of Athens; six daughters, Mrs. Iva Lee tlenderson and Mrs. Gladys Godwin o Athens, Mrs. Alma Chamblee of Canton, Mrs, Emma Jane Phillips of Eustace, Mrs. Mary Corley of Rockwall, and M~. Ruby Corley of Joaquin; 30 gran~ children; 41 great-grandchildren; af two great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were grandsons-in-law. klllkt 7 "5: /' i s U ,< ~OURTI! GI{AI)ERS at Malakoff School entertained residents of the Cedar Lake Nursing ltome last week program for the residents (Staff photo by l,ori Callaway) hanksgiving Ilolidays The students brought a musical ci..'i,"4,"q FII';I)All,"; PAY ~i;I , ~ / LITrLE TRANSFER & STORAGE agent for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 ttighway 31 (!orsicana, Texas The fourth grade classes of Malakoff Elementary School presented a play entitled "Nothing to be Thankful For" last week for the elementary students, their parents, friends and the residents of Cedar Lake Nursing Home in Malakoff. " ?:::: Send a "Big Hell()" to your mother. Your uncle. Your mother's uncle. A "Big Hello" is a gift certificate that you now can get at your Phone Shop or Telephone Business Office. Your friends and family all over the United States and Canada can do a lot ' i . , . f I'nited Telephone System with the Bm Hell() mff certificates vou send them _/ .,, . l~i ' ~I, ~ " . 4e" E(). lh)x 2016 With a Big Hello, Aunt Rose can say good-bye to her plain old phone / ,>,: 7:-,7 o and say hello to a brand new decorator phone. - YES' 1 ~ant h, ordtr the BIG ttELI O' Please mail me . . ,iv .~-, ~ " . *' . ' . ' Your cousins Bill, Dan and Murray can reach out and touch thetr / = . (..,,,~