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+ THE MALAKOFF NEWS i ihe house ovex the wekel. Finley reports that the bug at- ..:.:.::::.::....:.;..;.:::.2...:..::r`:;:;:;::.:;:::.;:;::.;z;:;:;;:;:;&gt;.%... .... tacked every member of the Page Four Friday, Feb. 6, 1970 Malakoff, Texas  Mrs. L. D. Harris left on Stm. family before the week was out. i!   XK I Gvf9'D d i daymorni.gforHottgton.an JimmyFiey, astudentatA Ii D BE ' ii!!!! ----= ' + ! extended visR with h sistex and M, was a weekend guest of Jlmit and brother-in-law, Mr. and his parents. Mrs. Thomas Pierce, and with other relatives in the city and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keesee and surrounding wns. daughter, Phyllis, returned to ni  : cUPPLitS  e++ day afternoon after spending DIPMIP ,o, fo CHARCOAL HAMBURGERS j,,__!p@j  Barry Bry was expected *o tending servic be'e on occa- Ms. Mhmie Taylor was ,ll- the weekend he with his par- ii: ||U|I|U qhP " :ncd h, Y return to his duties at A&M sion and was reported to be a ed to return to her home on ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kee- :!: head. N ii FISHIN6 EilglPMEHT !Ti:i00':i , FISH, etc. in Bryan the first of this week. friend of the pastor and his wife Saturday from the Memorial see. !:i S." Hospital in Athens where she He had been  the in- Reverend and Mrs. Roger Clan- had been confined for the pet between semesters time qhere ton. [ one in and pick up at our service window. I] Weekend guests in the home of l 5oos. Palestine _ 675-7575  with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.    two weeks. While ther,shewas ii SHACK BAR ring. the -----_=.oe----" + "-" _' O S Bryson Jr., and with his Mr. and Mrs. Bobby C, evm under  for lm First Baptist pastor and his brother, Joe. Barry is in his Johnson were in Dallas on Sat- and what was described as a wife, Reverend and Mrs. J. N. "heart flare-up." Her sn, Dan Forman were her mother and i mid| thc hadPlict,        junior year at Bryan and is a urday evening to attend the pro- st 6 Alden Tayl" o Malakoff, brother, Mrs. E. N. Lewis Sr" il " " DRIVE IN-;s oo,+, THANK YOU FOR DRIVING HendersongraduaLe of TrLnJdad school andcouP, Ly Junior Col- dution at the Music Hail. broughLher home and r emaled and E. N. Lewis Sr., and E. N.Lewis Jr., Lxyth of De Ridder,  ,, m theoU+)r. The lege. The News has received word to get her conoztably settled. La. ON DOWN TO w.e Sutrhur Springs, brother-in-law Bo:hMr. andM_rs.A.L. Joe iiii Mr. and Mrs. Oran Winston in- to both Mrs. George Black and Andrews were coeffined to tlmir -+ __ .  cluded their children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Orden. Mr. home last week with a "pretty Mrs. Ol Lewis left Love __[O],|il[:llll:[O]ll[Om,.[o].__[ o rough case" of the flu, but were Field in Dallas on Wednesday Mrs. Harold O. "Do" Johnson, Black had been in ailing health feeling some better the first of of this week for New Orleans, Angle and Rod of Dallas and for some time and his condition this week. The couple uually La., to visit for an tmdetermin- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morrison had worsened over the past sty- and son Shayne, of Fairfield. eral weeks. Funeral arrange- has company each woekml, but ed length of time with Mr. and OtlmrgueswexeMr. andMrs, merits hadnot been learneda* advised the+h + children to re-Mrs. Don Covey and boys. She Charlie Beck Bud Morrison of Blackjack and this writing, main at home until they were was making th+ trip at this Miss Vinnie Peavy of Tool. On sure there was no d of - time also to attend the Mardi Saturdmyevening, the group a- Mrs. Merle Este was honored feLion. Grasnow going oninthatcity, back at work terled the wedding ceremony in + on the occasion of her birthday Mr. +  , ._ now the Presbyterian Church of on Tuesday of last wk with a Athens of Miss Sue Morrison noon day luncheon in the home currently in  ctt am x- and John SmrrLica. of Mrs. Sammy Johnson. Co- tended visit with  aietor, MN. W.E. McElroy was hopeful of i hostess for the event, with close Frances Moorhoe. Lacy mad being able to return to his dut- Etmiceareejoyighisroom ies atTexasPowerandLight COME VISIT H Miss Tonya Fates, youngest friends in attendance, was Mrs. retirement from Lone Star Cam early this week. He has been daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meryl Bradley. Don Estes, is reported to be get- Co., and spend  lit e  confined to his home for a num- ber of days, like so many others ting along just fine aRer under- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mack time on the toed  reta- of the community, because of a going minor surgery on Wednes- Green and daughter, Karon of fives. respiratory illne. Arts in Corsicana. The operation end to visit with his mother, As of last weekomd, five tin- was for correction of trouble Mrs. Maxine Green and with his chers were aimmtt ht0tat tim lo- Mrs. Lucille Arnett is current- arising in both ears. grandlmrerRs, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- cal school faculty  {4 ly at home nursing a sciatic bert Leufier. illnesses. The list tReleaes nerve that has given her much Miss LindaHooper, studentof Coach Dona I4m'l, .. l- trouble of late. She is a clerk RANCH HOUSE ]y Freemam, Mrs.   in the office of Texas Power and Henderson ComIW Junior Col- Tommy WooL( left on Thursday lock, Mrs. Evedyal Wlkllim am Light and her husband, A. L. Doyle Coudney lege, joined the Calvary Baptist Church on the profession of of last week for his home in Mrs. Frm l%rm.+ Coo<ds servm the ompany as shift faith in Sunday morning wor-Baton Rouge, La., after spend- Harris was e-- Io IIo su-foreman. LOUNGE  --  ship services. She has been at- ing four days here visiting with fering with paisoa  ami the Jimmy Estes left for Sherman his father, Jeff Wool/, who has others were   kite res- //1 been confined to the Navarro piratory troubles, on Sunday following a weekend Memorial HospitalinCorsicatm spent herevisitingwithhispar- Also At Fishing Marina for the past several weeks. Jeff Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lytm  ets, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Estes has been undergoing treatment of Houston were hTe for the and with otlmr relatives. Jim- my is employed in the Valley Caney City for a number of illnesses, and weekend to  witk ii4s par- plant of Texas Power and Light was reported to be showing dai- eros, Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Davis ly improvement, and with her peres, Mr. and near Sherman. Mrs. "Jelly"  Mrs. Ernest Jock was admit- . i ens last week for treatment of of here and row  Not arthritis and high blood press- Texas State Urdv'ality in Den- I ure among, other ailments. She ton, was in tow for tim week- was hopeful of being able to end to visit  his mawr come home early this week, but farmer friends. was still receiving shots at this MORTON HOUSE writing. Mrs. M. J. Bu and SURE THE WEST SIDE son SLepheofCarrolRoRste4mt OVEN -OZ. can r c +:='" Mrs. ElleSharpwasforc all lastweekherewihINrlmar- BAKED BEANS, 25 2 fo 19 to romain in bed several days ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jima Finley. II [] [] last week as a result of an at- The Finley's went after theh" ' tack of the flu. Though still daughter and grandoo wilco showing signs of weakness, she they learned the two were seri- Dandy U.S.D.A. -- Whole was able to be up and around ously ailing with the flu. Mrs: BEEF STEAKS F R Y E R S IS THE BEST SIDE ++++ '++ t  lb. 69c lb. 29c ,   Fresh F Carolina Free Brand i GROUND BEEF reestone Peaches , Halves- No 2V= Can [ o,.  ,,..//../m , lb. 49c 3 for 88c ,' e o I ,,v.,. s,,.  ' St,4Wg,,  @ Fresh Longhorn That's why we chose West .1,+ +. o-s. Pork Hocks Cheese Salt Jowls [ Henderson County! Malak0ff Dairy Mart lb. 39c lb. 79c lb. 33c "{4 ,  o  III [ Wilson's Shurfine CHILl MILK , Tall Can SPECIAU For our Contimgt Am  1' lb. can 69c 6 for 1.00 How About joining those who l Dime... Tn lttettt... Food King Washing Detergent Great Northern Beans C H E E R  300 Size Can help us prove the west 2 for 25c Giant Size 73c +,+++,:,iill' is the best IVORY LIQUID PORK & BEANS '++ AID ill EMEIIEHCT PHi oo Size Can [!! by banking HUMBER T0 GILL |ILL Giant Size 55c 2 for 25c ++tt at IH CASE OF ICCIDBT. + It's 0uP fret DIIL-I-CLII L E T T U C E 0. Rite v+ L Elglrlll|l Ifl. Nice Large Heads S H O R T E N IN G . Stop by the office and IPttyour Idt... keql It ill each 19c 3 lb. can 49c , S TATE BANK your glove compartment, it's FREEI . H. . WARREN . '''" GROCERY & MARKff i