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Trinidad Thing Mr. and Mrs.  Stolusky childr, Julie and Stephen, Friday night and Satur- camp4ng out on Lake Tyler. Mr. a! Mrs. Bobby Rouma- Amy and Chad, were in on Saturday for a short with Mr. and Mrs. Coy and Kathy. There for weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Wall of Waco. Mrs. Lo(- had been visiting for the past week and home with the Roun- Sazarme Airbeart was to Mother Francis in Tyler on Tuesday. was not known at the time this writing how long she remain in the hospital. eVeAirbea was admitted Medical Center Hospital in on Thursday of last week e'$e surgery on Friday. work was done on eye Steve accidently shot a gun three years ago: from behind the eye removed and it is hoped after four or five months by be fitted for a contact which will allow vision to restored to the eye. HIS Mrs. Hardin Airheart, that Steve stood the well. First Baptist Church will a Bible Study on Sunday January 31, which will tim)ugh Monday and The study will with groups eVery age available. Stardield was home from F. Austin College over weekend visiting with his Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller were in Fashing, Texas, over the weekend to visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Jolmst, Permy and Kim. Mrs. Walter Fleming accomparded the Millers as far as Austin where she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sullivan and daughters visited in Trini- dad over the weeke with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jotmsto Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Green and daughters, Karen and Su- san, visited with his mother, Mrs. Maxine Green and grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lanier over the weekend. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp, Harriet and Jim, were Mr. and Mrs. David Lehmarm of Tyler and J. W. Lambright of Athens. Mr. Tinney Jones, owner and operator of Jones Fina Station, is currently in Memorial Hospi- tal in Corsicana undergoing treatment. At the time of this writing Mr. Jones condition was somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton had as weekend visitors their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. (Spud) Mitch- um of Austin. Saturday visitors with the Eatons were Mrs. L. L. Hooker, Mrs. Pat Riggs and Mike, and Mr. Ralph of Ft. Worth. While hare, Spud and Linda also visited with his mother, Mrs. Lillian Mitchum. Mrs. C. C. Wright is among Mr. H. W. Richardson was admitted to Baylor Hospital on Monday sffering from pneu- monda. The Doctors said that be should be able to return home after a three day stay. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were carried to Dallas by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Master Derek Ridgeway spent a few days last week visiting with h:s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Brown of Seego- vine. Tuesday, January 19, the Beta Club of Trinidad High School were sponsors for ttm showing of the film, "Indian Pmnt" starring Johimy Crawford, Jay Silverbeels, and Robert Craw- ford, Jr. The movie was an award wimer for Parents Mag- azine. It is the story of a 15 year old Indian boy and a painted colt. The sory proved to be interesting as well as in- formative of the early customs in our nation, and was enjoyed by all who attended. Maynard Dies In California Mr. Jack Maynard, son of Mrs. Vess Maynard of Trini- dad, passed away in UCLA Hospital in Los Angeles, Cali- fornia, Tlmrsday nigIR, Jan- uary 21. He was 42 years of age at the time of his death. Jack had been a resident of California for the poat 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Helen, four children, Jack, n, Mark, Jason, and Sally all of Oxnard, Calif., l mother, Mrs. Ve Maynard of Trim- dad, one brother, Pat Maymrd of ad, three sisters, Mrs. Molba Malone of Lubbock, Mrs. Mamie LOU Walls of Umpire, Calif., and  Aria Cagey of Umpire, Calif. Mrs. Vess Maynard flew to The Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Natalie Kirkland with Mrs. H. E. Mar- low opening the meeting with prayer. The Dorcas Class of the Meth- odist Church held a party in the home of Mrs. Robert Prine Thursday at 2:30 p.m. President Mrs. C. C. Wright opened the meeting wRh welcome. Mrs. H. R. Marlow gave the prayer with devotional following by Mrs. Edna Long- ridge. A refreshment hour followed with the group headed by Mrs. Prine ha charge. l i Oidboard lune-up and storage SPECIAL. ) Give it a thorough tune-up and Ioper storage and it will give you many more years of trou- ble-free boating pleasure. Our mechanics will flush the fuel system end gear case, replace lubricant, check, clean, and re- gap spark plugs and breaker points, check propeller and re- pitch if necessary. Get our estimate. Bring your motor in, or phone for pick-up. STAR HARBOR MARINA SALES & SERVICE Phone 409-6516 Mr. and Mrs. Tommy those confined at home on the Calihrnia Sunday to on be EVINRUDE & MERCRUISER ailing lis this week. there for .the furted services ........ ..... JOltS 4k OtrtllO$ ,  whi were new on MOmmy. i KNOW WHERE I I'm GOING ? I Have A Savings Account At First State Bank And The Interest Dividend Grows So Fast I Just Have To Go And Check On It e/o00, /o:/v : ST STATE BANK TRINIDAD, TEXAS Tues. Stud' Y Group Meets Mrs. George Urieh began the study of "Revelation" reading the verses from the first chap- ter with the eleven members asking qtmstions and having a discussion period. The hsteas served coffee, tea, cake, and snacks in the refrebanem period which fol- lowed. Louis Avant Dies; Funeral Rites at Tool Funeral services for Louis Avant, 84, of Tool, were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Tool Baptist Church. The lv. Irwin Anthony ctmdueted the services and "bal was in the Tool Cemetm'y. The Eubank Funeral Home of Mabank was in charge of arrangements. The body lay in state at the residence. Mr. Avant died Monday night at the Henderson County Memorial Hospital after a short llhtess. He was oorn m ttooumon County and had lived at Tool for 69 years. He was a retired ran- char. He was a Baptist. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Willis Pearl Avant of Tool; three sons, Roland Avant of Malakoff, Reagon Avant of Dallas, and LL. D. Avant of Tool; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Miller of Athens and Mrs. Ett McKee of Palestine, and 14 grandchildren, 20 great. grandchildren and two great. great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Bruce Smith, Hoot Smith, Bbly Arnold, Oran White, R. J. Johnson, told Billy Splvey. THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Jan. 29, 1971 Page Five Mrs. Miller Hosts Class The Gleaners Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. Bantu Miller Thursday at 9:30 a.m. The Preakient, Mrs. Miller, called the meeting to order and gave the wek-ome to the nine members prsont. Prayer was offereA by Mrs. MillRtrn Jolmsto followed with the devotional by Mrs. ,To C(mn Rose entitled "Receipe for the New Year." Mrs. Otis Stargleld read the minutes followed by the Tvee- -8 report by Mrs. T. H. StanfiekL ents we m-red by the hostess and fellowship was enjoyed by all. MALA'KOFF CITY TAXES DUE BEFORE FEBRUARY 1, Notice is given that taxes due The City of Malakoff must be paid before February Ist 1971 tt avoid costs for delinquency NO EXTENSION OF TIME WILL BE GIVEN Hancock retired J. E. mIEN, CITY SECRETARY Mr. Jim Tom Hancek of Tri- nidad turned 65 on Christmas Day and ret.h'ed on New Years Eve after 25 years of service with Lone Star Gas Company. Mr. Harmock joined Lone Star when Trinidad was being pped for natural gas. He re- edhms.as a meter reader in ,, Before joir.g the comping, FOLGER:5 COFFEE-- ---L--- ib 79c Mr. Hancock farmed south of March Ketene. 4,He 1942, waSte a Oct. soldier 29, om 1945, "' "'" Afffliat'd e Del Monte Golden Cream Style and he saw service in northern i ,,,, . a  FRANKS CORN Em'ope. He married the farmer Esther Hancock of Ker- No. 303Can ens on Feb. 22, 1942. pkg 5for 1.00 retirement plans are to 12-oz. cello 45c take it easy and enjoy each day as R comes. , CENTRAL MONUMENT WORKS 2320 W. 2nd -- Corduna Phone 214-874-780 K,r,M R*p. CI1as. Harrison III I New Homes In Malakofl F.H.A. 235 FINANCING Payments $65.00-$75.00 $100.00 Down $100.00 Closing Robert McLain 675-3466 Gordon McLain 489-1209 H WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. Box 4010 Phone $97.$051 TYLER, TEXAS INCOME TAX I SERVICE Lucille Smith Dunlap Ins. Building Ntalakoff Home Phone 489-0132 Tools Auto Pads Acessories Dulaney AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry SL Phone 489- 1533 VALVE GRINDING SERVICE Shurfine MIXED VEGETABLES 303 Can 5for 1.00 II I Shurfine GRAPE JELLY 32-oz. Jar 59c Slab -- Sliced BACON lb. 49c CRISCO 3 lb. Can 79c RED POTATOES 20 lb. Bag 99c Dry SALT JOWL lb. 19c Country Fresh BREAD Large Loaf 29c Food King SALAD DRESSING Quart 39c Texas Brand CHILI No. 2 Can 59c A.F. BACON lb. 79c Fresh STRAWBERRIES Pint 25c I I Owens AUSAGE lb. Bag 1.29 II I II I SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY O H. F. W00RREN GROCERY & -TRINIDAD CHILI lb. 69c i [ Owens Block