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2 , i Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore family, Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Mike spent the weekend in Ok- ) ,,]were in Forney Sunday to visit Johnston. lahoma with their husband and LKoIwith their daughter and her Mrs. L. E. Coins, Pat and father. iafl00 .,Ji S :es Mr. Monroe 8tephens has been in Medical Center for the last two weeks where he bad surgery. Here to visit him this weekevd was his son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ste he, of Corpus Chrmti, his grar,:i chUrch, Miss Charlott Coker and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ellis of Mesquite. Mr. Stephens hopes to come home this week end. Rev. and Mrs. Bob McCut- chen of Ft. Worth were guests of the First Assembly of God Church Sunday, where he spoke in the morning hour. Hey. Mc- CuWhen is a student at TCU. Terri Lewis spent Thursday night and Friday with Verla Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith of Mesquite were weekemt guests in the home of her parents, Postmaster and Mrs. M. D. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. James Knox of MarshaU were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Knox. Mr. azzd Mrs. Clyde McKim-my, Cindy, Marha and Shammn of Mesquite spent Saturday with her per,Cs, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ris Alvis. Also Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hardin of Athens spent a few hours with them of Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Brad Stacy and her sis- ter, Mrs. Allie Harris of Trini- dad returned home Saturday from a two weeks visit with Mrs. Stacy's daughter m'd son- there they visited their sister, Mrs. T. J.  in Houston and their brothers, and their families, D. O. and H. D. Cart- lidges in Beytown. On their way home they went by College Station to see Mrs. Stacy's great grandsons, Todd who is six weeks old, and Brad who is three and their parent's, Mr. a.d M. ROy Gun.e. Mr. and M cim'evce Hall of Royce City, lrother of Jim Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haxxiin of Athens were Sunday visitors in the Jim Hall home. Mrs. Jemm King sod Mrs. O. B. Cook went to Waxahae o Tuesday el  week to pick up Mrs. Cook's modmr and take her .to Dallas on busi- l'lss. The WSCS of the Methodist , Church will continue limit stu- dy m the book d Psalms, Men- any, Feb. 1, at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Ollys Gilmore will teach the s.uay, MPJ. Wayne Cannon will bring the devotmml and Miss SadJe Carson is the hostess for social hour. Misses Mary Jane Stone and Vamm Cook wee in De,on Stmday to visit with Mr. and Mt. M. L. White, De Cain and Velds Cook. Mr. and M. Rmaell Poison and Shelia were in Marshall Monday afternoon to see their daugbmr .and her family, Mr. and Mrs.  Carrot and son, Johnny, also their son, Russell Poison, who is emlled a ETBC. of Terrell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLain, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ar- lhus, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walk- er met at the J. A. McLas on Friday, January 15, to cele- brate their wedding aniversa- ries They went to the Flame Res.aurant and ate dinner. Mrs. Clara Jo Davis made the mmiversary cake which was 2 layer with blue bells and sil- ver Leaves. The top was deco- rad with the anniversary date of each couple . For the Mc- Laln's it was their 38th, Wet- zel's 26th, Walker's 25Lh, and Arthus 17h. They return to the THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Jan. 29, 1971 Page Seven McLain's home on Cross Roads Drive and played forty two and enjoyed refreshments of cake and coffee. The couples have met for several years and two other couples (former Mal- akoffiam) the Don Chambers of Houston and Charles Fry were unable to attend. in-lav, Mr. avd Mrs. R. L. TP&L's tax dol!ars > help your Counl OW! '2"wa*'"e" i" " ' ton1 ot Oryer or  v  . Jdrn or washer with lid 6 s[ I  *Y.fl open-39%": height with I [ I "  " [ Every Frigidaire lid up-an'/," J[ I [ 1 ] | Electric Dryer Hal TP&L pays taxes, just like you, Every year TwPe&coLnBth:h:pCp:p:n :n;:::edeta ---. !1 L I] I "rune .,.=,..ntum,., millions of tax dollars paid by the x DIMENSIONS ;27-",, "  I | - Company, go back into the communities dollars, as well as dependable electric rrSa,r o " Washers and "x_'n-........ .l'I /',2"'-- * no-tronOUrabOtabrtcsPress Care or Sasket, hgh door TP&L serves to help improve roads, build service' to the communities in its 51-county --  g/4 ..... " Large, family size Pine me81"l Oacron Overall height varies as  "( " " canacHv d, lint screen on door  * '"" new schools and parks, support growing service area. follows: Imperial models- Do 44  * or safety shut off fire and police departments and other Vs". All Custom Deluxe  Smooth, light-colored, switch " models--44". Deluxe Porcelain Enamel drum needed city facilities. Some 23 cents models 42Vs". Gentle Flowing Heat Flush to wall Installation of every revenue dollar received by the z-" - " Hecessed toe Space "  4 adjustable level ng _ - . . Company is paid in taxes to do our share glides 'a'umrnallc meier in helping defray the cost of local, No-He= setting protector state and fecleralgovernmentS.As an investor-owned, business-managed PHILLIPS APPLIANCE I'EXAS tX)WER & IJ(;H'I" COMPANY ' '[t4 S electric utility, taxes are a way of life for A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility PLACE Dancing Nightly No Cover Charge Live Band Fri.-Sat.-Sun. 'THREE POOL TABLES Coldest Beer In Seven Points SEVEN POINTS CAFE HOME COOKED LUNCHES YOU'RE A WINNER EVERY TIME FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES AT CEDAR CREEK LAKE Meeting Every Wed. 8:00 P.M. Dance Each Sat. NiLe (Members & Quests of Members Only) THIS WEEK'S ACTIVITIES BINGO FRI. NITE tINDERS PUBLIC SCALES We B Scrap Metal New & Used Steel Concrete Mesh Rebar Sherwin Williams Paints g" Located On Hwy. 274 / 2 S. 6 g620 #3Z-3, 3 DON'T PLOW YOUR SAVINGS INTO THE GROUND! Form 33 30 26 JAN 7 1 ::::: Now is the time to start thinking about spring planting and making repairs on farm implements. Instead of relying on your savings this season, take advan- tage of our low cost crop or farm repair loan and keep your savings above ground, earning that added interest. CITIZENS STATE BANK Since 1939 Member Federal Deposit Ins.rance Corporation Malako[[. Texas 75148 STEAKS CATFISH We&days 6:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Weekends - 6:30 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. BEER (on premises) BILL and LAVENA GREENHAW Mr. and Mrs. Don Suits, pie, Joy, and Anita of Fall-- field, former Malakoffiam, spent Saturday with Mr. aml Mrs. G. A. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dandrldge of Dallas were weekend guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathis.