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ITOR | AI 4ERI f * Ann's Trinidad Thing and Mrs. O. B. Stanfield where she, PhilUp, and her two e in Dallas recently to at- dogs will make their home in d the wedding of Miss Pa- Chun Chon, Korea. PhiIIip was da Spear and-Jeff Stricklin. sent to Korea for a thirteen . Stricklin is a cousin of mon'h tour of duty, and Linda s. Stanfield. While there the returned to make her home ields spent the night with with her parents until h re- 'sister and family, Mr. and turn. After his arrival in Ke- g. Ray Adams. tea he found it would be possi- ble for Linda to join him, and Chlaas. Linda Vitex, daughter is.. wr. and Mrs. Earl Yates, is hm mtly in the process of mak- Mq4|. arrangements to join her -br lmand, Captain Pnillip C. Vi- [.who is stationed in Korea. S dais hoping to he in Korea lthe middle of Februrary tore .-....--" J.4111 !i Womens Society of Chris- Service met at 2:00 p.m. with the group singing Others See Jesus in You." was offered by Mrs. Springfield. Frank Van Orden read from Arsenia, a young the Trim'dad Church has continue her education, of her work in the Phil- discussion period was held the goal for 1971 was sight- be to establish a Wesleyan ice Guild for the Young of the church. Scripture lesson was by Mrs. Jim Williams from Romans 7, Jere- and Mark 12. John French began the "The Inner Life" by the guidelines for the Life: 1. Finding my sag- place in a larger 2. Recognizing my mis- and doing something a- things really started buzzing at the Earl Yates home. Mr. Henry Richardson re- turned home on Friday after spending several days in Bay- lor Hospital in Dallas uncter- going treatment. bout them, 3.  my search for truth, even in the face of frustration, 4. Being concerned for my own free- dom, 5. Growing in my ability to think new thoughts, 6. Being willing to risk investing my life, 7. Rounding to opportun- ities God offers me to grow, 8. Bringing order and meaning into my work, 9. Testing my- self to meet what comes, 10. Exploring new areas of ctfl- ture. Mrs. Vena Springfield gave a short talk on Loneliness and Solitude and had a short ques- tion and answer period. The meeting cinsed with the eight members present saying the motto. Trinidad Loc2As Mr. Sammy Joheston re- turned to his home on Mon0ay after a stay in the hospital in Coicana undergoing eye sur- gery. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin, and Kathy of Rusk, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wall of Waco were weekend guests of Mrs. Lottle Bradley. Mrs. Bradley returned to Rusk with her daughter for a visit. The Beta Club of Trinidad High School served'Sunday Lunch at the High School Ca- feteria. The  of the fund raising activity was to earn funds to help make the trip to the annual Beta Conven- tion. The Luncheon venture proved .to he a very sucesshil one for the students. Mrs. Dora Wilbanks was a weekend vsitor in MesquRe wRh her son anti daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abee. Rata and Matt refereed with Dora after her father was admitted to the hospital in Corsicans. Julie remained in Mesquite with her father to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, Jamie Bradshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rounsavall, Amy and Chad, spent the weekend in Houston visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and children. Rev. Hansel Springfield spent the week in Lakeview attending the Pastor's Retreat. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller have been baby-sitting this week with their grandchildren while their parents, Bill and Bena Miller move to Austin. Bill will be an assistant Track Coach at the University of Texas. Miss Mary Nell French trans- feared this week from the Uni- versity of Texas to Sam Houst- on in Huntsville for the spring semester, Mary Nell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John French. Gary Fleming visited in Nac- ogdoches this week with his brother, Teary,  with Ray Stardield. : PAINTING REMODELING DECORATIVE: STYLING TAPING AND BEDDING PAPER HANGING TEXTONING SHE'TROK I NG 489-7401 GENERAL v p ---,=.d J....,y, t, sta ]ak No. 195* PU|LISHER'S COPY CnQltdeted Report of Condition of " .... F.iat tef.e Iank .................................... " of Trniad in the State of .... Texas ............. and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of hUaineaa on Deccnber )! .... 19 70. A S S E T S Doas ICw.]  CmLh and due from banks ltneludins S unpotod dtblts) ..... i I l i ties of other U S Government alancilm and eorpmtions .... ' J 7 [29 4. Ohlisation s of States'and political subdiviorm I ," Othtr securities {inetudinz $ corlorte atoe) " Trading account aeuriti 1" Rank prembam furniture and flxtur, and oth uata rl-amtin bank Immmis $" Other Ioar7" P/a] funds sold Ind securities purchased under agrtments to rmell  ! 7 179 l[ *" Real stat owned other than bank prt, mism . I I ;1, Ivtment a in subsidiaries not consolidated I a, Catomer's liab lity to this bank on accptantm outstandin ] J 13, Other emits " g 14. TOTAL ASSETS LiARIL,TIES l& Time and savings deposits of in'dividuah, ltrtntnthipa, and tioM 17. Dets of United Suttss Government 18. po!ts of States and political aubdivisioM O't [93 I 19. elm*ts of foreign govrnmnta and official inatitutiona 20, Dtts of eommeial banks 3  21. 22. C t, l'tfied and oce' checks, etc. 097 0 tOTAL DEPOSITS la Total demand deficits . ----'--- xxx xxx u (h Total time and vin deports r, 24.'3" P.e:lera! lunls purchued and securitie mold under ar ....... pureha $__-,,Q..,L ........... [ 25. ner Isabihtt for borrowed money i mrtgase indebtedne I 2. Acceptance  exeozted by or for ant of this bank and outstandins 'o Itt L7* ther liabilities - o 28. TOTAL LIABILITIqS BSIDIARIES 29" MINORITy INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SU . OR RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES i therve tor bad debt I on loans set up puraant to Internal Revtmue Servi tulip) 9 ] her r,rves on loans Rrve on seuitisa TOTAl, RESERVES, - ., ON LOANS, AND .SECURITIES z--I ! 34. Capital notes and debentur m CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5, spacify intert rate and maturity of ech issue outtanding) qity capita!, total " Preferred stock-total par value ............  ""'l INo. shares outstanding 00 "^ 3T, Common stock-total par value (No. ahare authoriaed_ 7 *''   (No hr outtaadlag.__ __) urpiua ......... -- Undivided poflts . 37 ' Rmtrve for contin[enoes and other pRal rmerv ----- TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS NTS TOTAL LIARIL TIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOU ME00ORANOA i Z"" ol d.00ts for th. d...,. -, ... 2. ,. m.e of total loans for the IS calendar day d/ng with ea]] dst ['[ 7 ' uatred discount on istalmt loans included in total emp/t4d aouat -) D's A Boy/ THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Jan. 22, 1971 Page Five Little Miss Whitney Gwen Walker and her parems, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Howard Walk- er, proudly annomce the birth of their new baby boy, Clint Mrs. Melinda Monroe was cake squares topped with baby Howard. Clint was born Jan- honored with a baby shower adormnents were served by the uary 8th, 1971 at 12:09 p.m. in Friday night, Jan. 15th, from hostesses. the Gulf Coast Hospital in Bay- town. He was 19 inches long and weighed 7% pounds at birth. Mate3 grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wiggins of Trinidad and paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Walker of Ben Wheeler. 7:00 until 9:00 p.m. in the home Special guests for the occa- of Mrs. Donna . Hos- sion were the prospective teases for the occasion were grandmothers, Mrs. Betty Mat- Mrs. R, Mrs. I)omm Hedge, and Mrs. Debbie Mor- gan. The gifts were opened and displayed on a table covered with a lace tablecloth with a green underlay. A Babydoll centerpiece drew the attmtion Mr. Lloyd Johnston was ad- of the guests. ndtted ,to Corsicana Memorial Refreshments were served Hospital Saturday suffering from a table covered with a from a condition the doctors white linen cloth with a large had not diagnosed at the time an'moment of yellow in the of this writing, center. Green punch and dipped ews of Caney City and Mrs. Frances Monroe of Malakoff, and ve great-grand- mother, Mrs. Jim Williams, of Caney City and Trirdad. Upon arrival the grandmoth- ers as well as the honeree were presented with corsages. Registration of the guests was at a table by the entram, e holding the guests book and a single long stem catmtio Mrs. Danny Phillips, nee Pat- tie Airheart, was honored with a miscellaneous, wedding show. er at the First Baptist Church Educational Building on Sat., January 16, during the hours of 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. The Guest Book was attended by Miss Pat Colvin and cen- tered on a table covered with a cut-work linen cloth. A single long-stemmed rose bud in a cut-glass vase was placed by its side. MALAKOFF BUILDERS S U P P L v Athens Chamber 105 S. Terry Street Phone 489-1503 WILLIE V. SIMS, Owner CONVERSATION PIECE! 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II @}1=[-I I }/--Lql 1  and cooling washer end  III U ."""1  keep you dryer make [t t comfortable ,..,o.,.o/..., 00,o.,oooo day./  Kitchen -- your electric range cooks / cool and clean, refrigerator-freezer, Water heater  dependably provides dishwasher end disposer save plenty of hot, steamy water for you time. the entire family, TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A A tax-paying, investor-owned electric ut J The gifts, opened by the hon- !oree, were displayed on long tables covered with white cloth. The serving table was cover- ed with a lace cloth with a gold underlay. The centerpiece for the table was a large arrange- merit of golden chrysanthe- mums. A cut-glass punch howl with goldva punch was attended by Mrs. Teresa Taylor. Dipped cake squares adorned with tiny Open House Sunday Charles Bush, Ominnan of the Chambers Ambassador Club ammuneed ,today that the of Commerce will hold an "Open House" Sunday, January 24, 1971 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The purpose is to acquaint the conmurty and member- fciUty will enable the Chamber of Commerce to better serve the community needs. Chairman Bush said that members of the Ambassador Club and Bom'd of Dirsctors will be on hand to greet visi- tors. Coffee and pastry will be served. ship with the chambers new of. rice and meeting facilities. The I DWIGHT A. JONES, O. D. I new office was completed us- I OPTOMETRIS"r I der the direction of James 1220 S. Palestine, P.O. Box 8891 Cain. According to Jack Steed, I cle.00 I President, and Neff Hunter, i oas Athens, Tax. I Past President, the new office golden flowers were served by Miss Janet McClintock. Nuts and Mints were also served. Hostesses f0 the occasion were Mrs. Jerry Taylor, Mrs. J. N. Foreman, Mrs. Glover McClintock, Mrs. Mike Mitchum Mrs. Harold Colvin, Mrs. J. H. Ridgeway, Mrs. Glen R. Leo- pard, Mrs. Harden Airheart, Mrs. CUnt Floyd, Mrs. J. C. Airheart, Mrs. Robert RozeU, and Mrs. Paul Lewi& Special guests for the occa- sion were the mother of the bride, Mrs. Pat Airheart and the grooms mother, Mrs. E. G. Phillips. Out of town guests in- eluded Mr. Glenda and Joey Richards and Mrs. Brenda Sue Ivie and Brad of Corsicaa, Mrs. John D. Schultz of Kerens, Mrs. L. H. Newsorne of Lancas- ter, Mrs. Paulette Regues of Kerens, and Mrs. Laura Smiley of Tyler. ANN'S Beauty Shop Dewey Street Malakoff .Phone 489-1510 ANN McCLEARY, owner-operator DECKER'S TALL KeRN BACON - - - lb. 49c II Affiliated FRANKS 12-oz. cello pkg. 45c I I I Shurflne RED SALMON Tall Can 98c I I I LOIN STEAK lb. 95c TIDE giant size 74c I I Roxey Shurfine D0(} FOOD PO%KE g000ANS 200(c 2re! 29c Pork Pork Round STEAK ROAST STEAK lb. 53c Shurflne TOMATOES Size 303 can 2 for 45c Illll Ill I I I I I Shurflne CAKE MIX 4 for 1.00 IIIIII IIII I I I I ORANGES 5 lb. bag 39c I lb. 49c lb. 99c I Fresh STRAWBERRIES 3 pints 1.00 I II Bake-Rite SHORTENING 3 Ibs. 59c PORK RIBS lb. 49c SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY H. F. WARREN GROCERY & MARKET-TRINIDAD