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!i 00HENS CLEANERS& LAUtORY "Joyce Baker- Manager" rv Athens Cleaners & They offer a fast shirt  is located at 408 service, reweaving and drap- it i _Palestine in Athens, ely cleaning, and you'll like zi 675-5615. Hers the best their friendly, courteous per- e I, .,# cleaning and laundry m sonnel. 000000tnc00:S00e:ne i!! t] Many people have learned that through good dry clean- DI: , - ing service they can save the f Rare returned to you, expenditure of many dollars de clean, odorless, and of new clothing. Both men e essed. and women have found that also feature a uniform the most sensitive fabrics are en rental service plus a carefully handled and success- .h rental service with fully cleaned at the Athens m ]ete pick-up and delivery Cleaners and Laundry and are e. returned to them cleaned and y specialize in all finished in the finest manner. m of dry cleaning for For your added conven- i and men, and the most ience, they offer the latest in  dresses are handled in modern coin operated laundry i se  careful manner, and dry cleaning units. Io & W RADIATOR & WELDING .i "Specializing In Car & Truck Heaters" Let "Bill Moore.Owner" you as d. D&W Radiator & be in perfect condition and rm.g is located at 400% running order, and other parts "ca :e  Palestine, between of your car, truck, or tractor ..   Laundry and Dairy in the best condition if you do .a n Athens phone not have a properly operating h::r They clean, repair, cooling system, the engine is e all makes and sizes soon out of commission. D& I aters, and all work is W Radiator & Welding makes _,,nteed a specialty out of recoring and , _,uvaJsorepair and service rebuilding your radiator 'n'd truck heaters as well which does away with the eql l.: n nt   densers, evaporators expense of getting a new one, "'. uminum radiators, and they are only too glad to elr '_ led is indeed an age of do the kind of work they lists and with water guarantee. li] engines, the necessity With their well known perts to keep them in reputation, we, the writers of $; ru 2 nnmg order Is essen- this 1976 Review recommend dg the D&W Radiator & Welding i tO,aug h your motor may to all our many readers. o, i ATHENS NURSING HOME mbliC  [ thif ns Nursing Home is an ne ionally fine home for LderSr Citizens, convales- *anl | and invalids. They are illing at 305 South Palestine nens, phone 675-2046. st.  have a completely nursing home to RR are of residents in the !effective manner. All Ntions for their bhfety cam- and well-being are ;Irishing and appetizing entrusted to the care of Athens Nursing Home and they are very conscientious i seeing that no one is lacking in the conveniences they should have. A cheery air of happiness prevails, and the residents find their home very pleasant, clean, and comfort- able. The management invites your inspection at any time of the facilities of the restful Athens Nursing Home with its doors open with no dis- ': iil ....................... ...... .... Tnnl: "" : ews :::::::::::::: ................ ==============================================================: !! dad N :::: :i:i Everyone has been invited Mike Hughes, and David situated, and Mrs. Frank Van arden Foreman. Bible Study The Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Clyde Rose at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting was called to order by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Jim Williams led in prayer and Mrs. Bama Miller gave the discussion and lesson from Timothy. Mrs. Prentice Harrison dismissed the group with prayer followed by fellowship time. Refreshments of coffee, cookies, and chips were served to the 12 members present. Dr. Joe Rosenbloom returned to his office Thurs- day, Jan. 15, and will be in the office in the mornings. New Shop Harold Calvin, barber in to a special program of the United Methodist women of Trinidad Jan. 26 at 1:30 p.m. The program will be a call to prayer and self denial. Mrs. Joe Rose is mission chairman of the project. The Trinidad Jaycess met on Jan. 15 to organize a new system consisting of four teams. Directors of the four teams will be Ray Kent, Don Bevel, Monde Ranteria and Earnest Jenkins. Under the new concept the teams will be ready to meet the challenges of the new year. A speak-up contest will be the first project of 1976 and will be conducted by Ray Kent's team. Those participating are his members: Bobby Rounsavall, Jimmy Svoboda, Wyle McClintock, Joe Stubblefield, Trinidad since 1958, opened Kenneth Dillard, Tony his business last week in a Bradley, Larry Estes, Don new shop located where the Wilbanks, Ronnie Westbrook, post office was previously Nicky Dale Ballard , Funeral services were hela Nicky Dale Ballard, infant at 4 p.m. Friday at the United son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Methodist Church of Beau- Ballard of the Payne Springs moat with the Roy. Dr. J. W. Community, died suddenly Hardt and the Rev. Jim Sunday morning in a Corsi- Bankston officiating. Grave- cana hospital. He was two side services were held at 11 days old. a.m. at the Athens City Graveside rites were held at Cemetery with the Rev. Ver- 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Payne non Feller and the Rev. Springs Cemetery with the Duncan Graham officiating. Rev. James Kinnman offici- ating. Arrangements were under the direction of the Foster and Brown Funeral Home of Athens. Other survivors include the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Byers of Eustace and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Fayrene Ballard of Dallas. Mrs. Fronia Mac McBride Arrangements were under the direction of Carrel and Lehr Funeral Home. He had served as assistant principal of the Marshall Junior'High School in Beau- mont for the past 12 years. He was a charter member of the Masonic AF&AM Lodge of Malakoff, and a member of the Texas State Teachers Association. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Opal Lambright Kirksay of Beaumont; four sons, Fred Mack Kirksey of Pasadena, Calif.; Kenneth Charles Kirk- sey of Fort Worth, Michael The new shop is decorated with paneled walls with a wall of mirrors and adds an attractive front to a previously unused building in town. When Harold began busi- ness in Trinidad in 1958 charge for a haircut was 65 cents. The new price for 1976 will be $2.50. Members of Calvary Baptist Church are striving for an attendance of 200 in Sunday School by July 4th. The goal has been set in conjunction with the bicen- tennial year. Calvary Baptist Church will sponsor a community youth Sweetheart Banquet Feb. 14. The informal affair will be open to students of grades 4 through 12. Youth promotion leaders are Beth and Roy Reever. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. C.C. Wright, and Mrs. Walter Fleming all visited in Dallas Saturday with Mrs. George Reagan and Phil Reagan, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fleming The Senior Citizens met Wednesday, Jan. 14 at the community center for their regular monthly meeting with 52 members present. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Young, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace and Bro. and Mrs. Earl King were visitors for the day, and Bro. King offered the blessing before the noon luncheon. Songs were sung by the group and members signed applications to aid in a project at Trinidad School by talking to students on "When We Were Young". January birthdays were celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barker, Bama Miller, W.P. Dunn, Mrs. Alex Johnson, and B.J. Ridens. Mr. and Mrs. Frnak Files and daughter, Rebecca of Midland, visited this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace. Mrs. Ray Kent and children visited Friday with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Manzlemann. Funeral services for Mrs. Fronia Mae McBride, 89, were held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Church of Christ in is attractively served, e .;s purity and wholesom- crimination towards anyone. Klondike with R.B. Cantrell Hubert Kirksey of For The Trinidad Men's Bas- The editors of this 1976 of Commerce officia%g. "' eits assud by the watch- Review are proud to recom- Burial was in thd"'New Worth, and David Gardne ketball team lost thej .first mP,e of trained personnel, mend this community minded )y  very best of attention nursing to our readers. Kirksey of Beaumont; one game of the season to Mabank Klondike cemetery. Paschal daughter, Miss Rosemary Jan. 14. .el. ven to all residents Funeral Home of Malakoff Kirksey of Denton; his moth, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Terry e r was in charge of local arrange- er, Mrs. Jessie Ryan of have recently moved into the n, JACK/L HEARN meats. Downey, Calif.; one brother, home formerly occupied by t Mrs. McBride died Sunday Dr. C. D. Kirksey of Beau- Mrs. Edna Langridge. o LAND SURVEYOR at 3:30 p.m. in Malakoff moat; three sisters, Mrs. where she had livedshefOr wasthe Florence Gardner and Mrs. Cowboy dde[ gave tim treasurers report. A thank-you was read from the Cedar Lake Nursing home for the Christmas gifts that were given by the Methodist Women. Mrs. Fleming gave the purpose of the U.M.W. and the duties of officers. Mrs. Van arden gave the pledge to service. Mrs. Fleming was in charge of the program, a story entitled "Suddenly I Was A Widow" by Marion M. Hackler. The Trinidad Junior Var- sity girls won consolation at the Palmer Tournament Jan. 10. They beat Venus girls by a score of 56-6. Ladies of the United Methodist Church will spon- sor a chili and pie supper at the Trinidad Community Center on Jan. 31 beginning at 5 p.m. Tickets are on sale from any member of the church. Tdni00d Menu Jan.26.30 Monday: Frito Pie, Chuck Wagon Beans, Waldorf Salad, Cake Squares, Crackers, Mik. Tuesday: Ground Beef & Noodle Casserole, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Hot Roils, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, Hamburger Salad, Fruit, Milk, Potato Chips. Thursday: Steak Patties and Gravy, Snow Flake Potatoes, English Peas, Jeilo, Bread, Milk. Friday: Chili Dogs, HoBo Beans, Garden Salad, Dessert, Milk. Jap Lucas .... Hardware,., on Sunbeam & GE Electric Hand ithat all survey work We, the compilers of this :be done with utmost icy. No one can meet xnore success in this a than has Jack A. He has proven his to do a job correctly. 1976 Review, point with pride to this reliable surveyor, and suggest you call Jack A. Hearn for accurate Land Surveys. people believe that if you decide to go fishing and Pg on the way, you will not catch any fish! Hour Repair Service ]ires and Tubes Open All Day Saturday nner Motor E. Mitc.ham Co 489-1.292 EXXON City, and Mrs. Mary Kelley of Durant, Okla.; and six grand- children. Pallbearers were Earl David Locke, Greg Haddock, Billy Williams, Bobby Wil- liams, Bill Chamberlain, and James Goodman. H. S. KIRKSEY Hubert S. Kirksey, 61 of Beaumont, died last Wednes- hy at 9 p.m. at the Caney Cove Resort from an apparent To the Editor We would like to commend the Malakoff Volunteer Fire Dept. for the speed and efficiency shown when we called for help last Thursday. A fire broke out at our home, and the fire dept. was there so quickly; We really appreciate knowing that the department is so reliable. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Foote Star Harbor TO CONDUCT WITH DIGNITY Mindful of Every Detail Professional services, transportation, arrangement of music and floral trib- utes, countless other important details handled quietly, competently. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Teaas Phone 6752211  "Member- Texas Surveyor Association" past two years. Una Munson both of Oregon. formerly of Klondike. and Mrs. Wilma Leonard of Becky McGee, grand- i i : A. Hearn - Land Many thousands of dollars Born Dec. 2, 1886, she had California; his mother-in-law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. g l. ,or, is located of 1 in the are spent every year in court been a telephone operator in Mrs. D. T. Griffin of Athens; A.L. McCrackin and Mrs. Office Center in battles arising over property Klondike for 30 years. Her one brother-in-law, Fred Shel- Ethel McGee, is a Dallas at  s, phone 675-2858, and line disputes. Don't just think husband, W.M. McBride, pro- by Lambright of Grand Cowboy Cheerleader and a2tlskoff, phone 489-1880, you know where your prop- ceded her in death in 1925. Prairie; three grandchildren performs at all Cowboy surveying work. erty line is, Be Sure! Call Jack Survivors include two sons, and several nieces and neph- games. ur eying is an old and A. Hearn today and rest W.A. McBride of Malakoff ews. respected profession, assured you are obtaining the and W. R. McBride of Klan- Becky attends classes full- s important now as it best surveying work offered in dike; two sisters, Miss Fran- time at Baylor School of Law.  George Washington's this section, cis Crowder of Oklahoma to the editor Cowboy Cheerleaders are paid $15 per game, enough to cover expenses, and if they miss a game they are docked the same amount from their pay. Becky has missed only one game this season, a Monday night game when she had a final test. She commutes from Wace to Dallas for practice sessions before the ten home games. Becky is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee McGee of Tyler. First Baptist Church had a good day Sunday, Jan. 11 with I00 attending Sunday School and a near capacity group at the morning worship service. Bob Stolusky brought a special message in music and Bro. Earl King had an in- spiring sermon. Nathan Crocker came forward as a candidate for baptism and Lee Chiles came into the membership on a promise of letter. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Uhrich Jan. 10-11 were their children, Walter Uhrich of Wilmington, Del. and Mr. and Mrs. Irby Smith of Sherman. Mrs. John Key and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. attended the American Society meeting Wednesday noon in Athens. Reports were given and a program on education was held. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Stan- field and Ricky Stanfield were in Palestine Wednesday night to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stanfield and family. The United Methodist Women met for their first meeting of the new year Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr., president, con- ducting the meeting. 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