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January 10, 1964

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Pqe Six M 14M.J OFF NEWS Friday, January 10, Gary Wayne Ridenhour return- ed to Alvin Sunday, where he is a student at Alvin Junior Col- lege. He had spent the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ridenhour. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yarbrough and Carole were in Jackson- ville to visit with Mr. Gardy Welsher of Frankston. who is a patient at Nan Travis Hospital. Mr. Welsher. the father of Mrs. Non-is Starkey, is very ill. The Starkeys were at his bedside. Mrs. W. W. Hardt is in San Antonio visiting with her daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Todd and family. She went to San An- tonio also to be at the bedside of her brother, who is ill. Little Miss Suzanne Starkey spent the week-end visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yarbrough, Mrs. Glenn White of Trinidad spent several days here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Shelton, last week. Mrs. Howard Olson of Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen of Corsicana spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Effie Fitz- gerald. David Rogers, who had spent the holidays here with his par- ents, returned to Lamar Tech in Beaumont, Sunday. Mrs. Mable (Goodgame) Le- Blanc of Dallas has been in Mal- akoff for several days visiting Mrs. J. L. Evans and seeing af- ter property interests. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O Dodson during the New year holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Otis of Baytown: Mr. and Gene McHone. Gena and Mark. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lacy and Mr. and Mrs. Fred McBurney and children, all of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roberts had as guests during the week- end her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poe, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Vandagriff, and her brother and family, Smith Pettigrew all of Dallas. Sunday they all visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roberts' daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Miller in Athens. C. M. Welborn, who has been a patient at the Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana for the past week was able to re- turn home Sunday Mrs. WeI- born reported that he was better. I golitical Announcements The News is authorized to make the following po- litical announcements f o r public offices, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Elections in 1964. Siale Rep, 26Ih DisL BILL HOLLOWELL For Commissioner, Prec. h BUCK MITCHELL JIM BLAKENEY Justice of Peace, PrecL 6: EARL GENTRY I. V. Shelton and his son-in- law. Glenn White made a bust, ness trip to Springfield, MissoL~ri. Thursday. They spent several days there. Byron Denman, who has been visiting in Malakoff since the Christmas Holidays, returned during the week-end to his home in Hope, Arkansas. He was ac- companied by Mrs. Alton Cham- bers and Miss Pam Hearn. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Den- man were also in Malakoff at Christmas time visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambers. HAYNES HOSPITAL PATIENTS E. F. Jackson, Athens; Mrs. A. L. Kirby, Malakoff; Mrs. A. F. Heickman, Trinidad; Mary Ellen Walker, Athens; J. R. Arthus. Cross Roads; Cordie Stovall, Dal- las; George Adams, Malakoff Mrs. Dodge Gentry, Malakoff. DISMISSALS Walter Reynolds of Eustace; Mrs. Ione Byers, T r i n i d ad D. L. Black, Malakoff; Weldon Conger, Malakoff; Mrs. Gertrude Rhodes. Trinidad; Pauline Burel. Corsicana; Mira Rae Burel, Cor- sicana: Otto Rose, Dallas. BIRTHS Born to John Henry and Pau- line Burel on Dec. 31, 1963 at 6:34 p. m. a girl weighing 6 pounds and 13 ounces and who has been named Mira Rae. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jordan had as guests in their home Monday, his niece, Mr. and Mrs. James Coolson and son Ronnie, of Dal- las. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McAbee of Dallas visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett, Saturday. Mr and Mrs. G. A. Quinn and daughters. Joette and Susan Tay- lor spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLain. Frank Johnson of Amarillo. one of Malakoff's foremost car- penters of yesteryear, is in this area at the present time visiting relatives and old friends in the areas of Malakoff, Cross Roads m~d Cayuga. He is a native of the C a y u g a community. Mr. Johnson was head carpenter dur- ing the multiple housing con- struction by the Malakoff Fuel Company back in the late twen- ties. The Johnson family left Malakoff in 1929. ,f I I I - Food Club Del Monte Pound Bag CA SUP 14 15c I Cabell's Pure Del Monte Fruit 1/2 Gal. Carton No. 303 Cans CBEAMY 3 Pound Can I I GBIFFIN'S Tlg With Glass -Pound Box GAINES 2 l-Pound Cans III I Fresh Per Carton Fresh Firm II I Pounds For U. S. D. A. Grade "'A'" Per Pound Wisconsin Per Pound ANGEL FLAKE 2 4-Ounce Cans WOODY'S BARBECUE $AgCE Campbells Tomato 2 Cans IIII IIII Fresh California H No. 1 Russet All Brands Rath's IMPERIAL BROWN Pound Box GIANT SIZE TIDE NABISCO Pound Box-- Per Pound Pound Bag Cans For Per Pound IIIIIIIIIllll I I III IIIIII II |i Free Delivery HU 9-2101 Mrs. R. G. Gordon of who has been visiting in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry, for several days, re- turned to her home Tuesday. Her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Johns, came after her. CWO H. E. Smalling, his wife and two children left Friday for his post of duty with the U. S. Navy at Jacksonville, Florida. The family spent Christmas with his sister, Mrs. Margaret Curry here and with his father, Ralph Smalling in Corsicana. Mr. Smalling is a Navy veteran of 28 years service. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Alvis and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Duncan of Cayuga spent Sunday in the home of their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Duncan. They attended church services at the Hillcrest Baptist Church Sun- day evening where Mr. Pat Dun- can was ordained as a Deacon of that church. CARD OF TI-IANfcS W'ords are inadequate to ex- my sincere thanks for the cards, flowers, prayers and get- well wishes, extended to me dur- ing my stay in the hospital. May God bless you for your thought- fulness. -- Joe Barnett. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Ellen Dukes, would take advan- tage of this first opportunity to express their sincerest thanks to the many friends and neighbors for the courtesies extended at the time of her illness and death. You were so thoughtful with ,'our words of kindness, your cards, your flowers, and the plen- tiful foods provided during this hour of our breave~ent and we pray God's blessings upon all of you, and we thank you from the very depths of our hearts. St. Augustine, Florida, t h e oldest town in the U. S was founded on Sept. 7, 1565. Ao$1 FOR SALE or RENT: 2-bedroom siding house with carport and big utility room on large corner lot. 902 No. Olive--Call HU 9-4786.--2 FOR RENT--2-bedroom house at 710 East College. $45 per month. Completely refinished. Phone OR 5-4031, Athens. "~.OOK" Bell's Piano Dept. has 2 pianos near you to be sold at real bar- gains or will consider renting to a reliable party. We have a Spinet just like new, also a 3/4 size, terms can be ar- ranged. Phone PL 3-4439 or write us at once before these prunes are moved. --- TRAVlS FORLEY, Credit Manager, ii0 W. Tyler, Longview, Texas. --1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller and Mrs. J. E. Bein spent Monday in Dallas. Miss Vivian Leigh Powers ot Port Neches spent last week here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett. She returned home Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Corley of Azle and the Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Lockerd of Corsicana were guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. John- hie Shelton, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett Jr. and son, Randy of Dallas vis- ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett, over the week-end. Misses Rita Cherry, Carol Ann Hardy and Ann Williams return- ed to Baylor University Sunday after spending the holidays with their parents. Floyd Melntyre of the city this week sister and her husba~ Mrs. Earl Gentry. Mrs. B. K. Jordan ton spending a coupl~ with her son. Mr. and Jordan. Miss spent the week-end'-" grandmother, Mrs. T. . --4 Ladies" Texsheen Broken Sizes 6.95 Values Girl's Texsheen ant ~r Reg. 4.98 mt Listed are just a few of the items offered. 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