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January 29, 1971     The Malakoff News
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January 29, 1971

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$1 } Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Davis of Pleasant Grove, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Janine, to Mr. L. D. Sanderford son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sanderford of Malakoff. The wedding will be Saturday, March 13 at Elam Bap- tist Church in Pleasant Grove. The couple will make their home in the Malakoff area. Homemakem Meet In Carter t ] o m e Mrs. Eugeoe Carter was host- ess at lmr home on Cross Road Drive for the Homemakers Sun- day School Class g the Ftrt Baptist Church, monthly meet- ing. Mrs. Buody ttoover, predent presided over tha brininess hour whmh opened with a prayer given by Mrs. Ed . Dur- ing the busme seson sevecal class projects were discussed and it was  tlm the ctass woud save their Love o- fering to buy new chmrs for their class room In the new Edueauunal Buadmg when it m comped. Mrs. Bob Farmer brought a chatleagmg and upa'mg aevo- Uonai on "e4mg The Most Ou Of Each Day." As a Chris- tmn we shoul race each aay with e lovag one aa- od,,er and getting the most om of each day. The meedng was closed with semence prayers and vefrc.h- merits were served to the fol- lowing members present: Mms. Buddy Hoover, W Rliam Can- lidge, Jack Hearn, Welclon Leo- pard,  Hoskms, Edwin Arthus, Bob Farmer, Russell Poison, D. L. Pierce, and the hoste. Mrs. Carter. MPs. Cleo  spent most of the last wee wltb her moth- er, Mrs. Jolm LiveIF of Grape- land wbowas for blood pressure, she re- turned home on Saturday . WiRiam B. Payne and a friend Norman Ford of New York City ire howe guests this week in the home of Mr. Paynv's sis- re', Mrs. A. M. T, and his mother, Mrs. Margare Payna Mrs. Jbmy Jenklm  daughter, Gaff, guMesquite were weekend of her mter and u'y, Mr. d Mrs. Ttanma Perklm. Mrs. Barbara  of Dallas spent the weekend with her , Mr. md Mrs. Jolm Shumate, and Marsha. Mrs. Fm Pty rom Pms- burg, Texas, visited with Mrs. Edna Evans Sund afternoon. Mrs. Petty ad Mrs. Ewms friendsNp dates back to their girthood days. Last Friday, Mr. and Mrs. M Broyle, brought their three grandsv, Ricky, Larry, and Gary Wi , , of Duncan- ville home with them to spend the weekend and celebrate their oldest gramlsons 13th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Broyles live at Star Harbor and the boys love to visR where they can go lfik- Ing, have weim roasts, and en- y the cotmtry Ue. Their mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Williams, joined then on Sat- urday and they  borne on Sund. Mrs. Tommy Gree Dlan, Su. sic, Holly, and Kellie of Arling. ton spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patton. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker, Susie  MINT, went to Lake Jacks Saturday to see the/r son and his tly, Mr. and Mrs. Glyrm Walker and Debra. Mr. and Mrs. Eugme Carter nd grls of  and Mr. and Mrs. Graddie Withw of Pleasant Grove visited the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Withrow, Mrs. Donna Carter and Mrs. Maude Mk over the weekend. THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Jan. 29, 1971 i  Page Three M'. and Mrs. Joe Stanfleld and Jackie and Mr. and Mrs. Tan Peters attended their niece and grand daughter, Clryl Pemrs, wedding a,ur- day aftvrnoon. On  preced- hg Tuesday, Mrs. Stanheld and Mrs. Peters, attended a shower in Elkhart for Miss Peters giv- en by the First Baptist Church. Mr. R. T. Griffin has returned home after having eye surgery at Memoria IRal in Corsi- on January 20th. Accord,- " # carla ing to Mr. c'Iffin the greatest pun.ment was the   merit to bed f" five days. He believes the  will be successful. Today --Carrie Smith, Gladys Gilmore. Saturday- R. G. Tibbs, W. W. Jackson, Buddy Thamlqn. Sunday -- Tina Graham, Prissy Waller. Monday -- Wilton Reese, Vivlaa Kirby Hampton. Tuesday -- Jeff Spivey. Thursday -- Shirley Powers, Rex K. i + Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker of Malakoff proudly an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ann, to Donald Harrison Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Andrews of 697 Cherokee Trace, Athens. Ann is a senior at Malakdff High School. Don is a graduate of Athens High School and HCJC. He is currently employed in the parts de- partment at Kinabrew Chevrolet, Athens. FLARES h:: :i:phone hmous vB:and S!od ale w, s4. iH0ii Values to$3.98.. 2 fro' s5 from s13 +s +AO,++ ' BLOUSE SALE ,{  by Mr. Fine, Stockton, +o+ ..... Perfect forTodays New   Reg.$14.95... J]0W 00 + slS's LIKE it It   us+ ou CHARGE,, +[gl CONVENIENT LADLES : PANI $Uli$ 9 s13" to s44 s UNITED TELEPHONE SYSTEM Gulf Gt#tes-Iloit#d LADIES PANT SALE by Mr. Fine and Bogart, Flares and Straight Legs. Our Reg. $14.00. now LADIES SHOE SALE First Pair Original Price 2nd pair lc in Solids and S[ripes from sps