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~ ! il !/~iI i!i ?? i Page Two THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, February 12, 1965 Malakoff, Texas Make an p io ent at La Nita s with complete confidence, receive expert, gentle and "per- sonalized" service. 1 La NITA'S BEAUTY SALON Mrs. Juanita Christopher RENTA 6LAMORENE ELECTRIC MACHINE be amazed at how easy it is to shampoo rugs or wall-to-wall carpeting. You'll be delighted with the gleaming long-lasting wax coat on all your floor surfaces. As simple as vacuuming. SAVE MONEY :es N. Terry St. Ph. HU 9-4966 Malakoff, Texas New! 13.6 cu. ft. (NEMA standard), colors or white Come see the 96% fresh food storage, 4% freezer! Come touch the Ice Ejector. Compare Frigidaire Flowing Cold for uniform foodkeeping. 14.1-1b. Flowing Cold Meat Tender keeps fresh meats up to 7 days. Twin Porcelain Enameled vegetable Hydrators. Two'gliding shelves. with good trade in il" pliances Every Item Fully Insured GMAC Finance Plan Phone HU 9-4966 ---:-- Malako!f, Texas J v f :e N. TERRY ST. MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone HU 9-4966 FROM THE FILES OF THE MALAKOFF C~ach A. W. (Dub) Norton were] re-elected to their respective po- sitions for a term of two years. TWENTY YEARS AGO Pfc Harvy D. Bradley, son of Ed Oxford is moving his cafe Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradley of from Cayuga to Malakoff. The Malakoff, is now in France with new business will be set up on the 713th Railway Operating Bat- main street on the Swanson lot talion. Pft. Ted B. Long, former Mala- F~'~'~ ~ ~ koff boy, has been reporting "Miss- ing in Action" since January 20 in Luxemburg. Sgt. J. D. Waller of Perrin Field was principal speaker at the Mal- akoff Rotary Club Tuesday. Clenton Vandagriff, Radio Me- chanic, First Class, U. S. Navy spent the week-end in Ma]akoff visiting friends and relatives" for the first time in two years Lt. Col. James E. Taylor, State Senator for this district, was hon- or guest and principal speaker at a banquet given in his honor in Kerens Friday evening. T. B. Patton, Constable of Pre- cinct No. 1. was shot at 11:00 o'clock Tuesday night and died at 4:10 Wednesday morning. T. A. Bartlett Jr was seriously injured Saturday morning when the tractor he was driving reared up and fell backward on his body. The final government report of ginning in this county shows a total of 20,489 bales ginned in Henderson County prior to January 16. FIFTY YEARS AGO NEWS ~'EN YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Sam McLain, well- known Malakoff family for many years, will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Feb- rurary nineteenth. The 1955 eforts in the annual Official notification was receiv-]attend the Career Day ed this week from Headquarters, l ence at Henderson ~ou~ Air Weather Service, Washington, / College on March 25. D. C. that Joe Barnett Jr. of Mal-I The newly organized ] akoff, has been promoted to the Club at Kerens received itsi i grade of First Lieutenent. charter at a banquet in 1 The Senior Class of Malakoff odist Church basement in High School has been invited to lThursday evening. March of Dimes, according to lo- cal chairman, Joe Barnett, thus- far has netted the sum of $410.73. The new telephone directory now being distributed to phone users by Gulf States Telephone Com- pany includes the complete di- rectory list of Malakoff, Athens, and Trinidad. Two coin machines, a cigarette vending machine, and the record music box at the Tiger Inn, local highway cafe, was rifled sometime after midnight Saturday with an estimated loss of about $75 00. Raymond Robbins, Athens busi- n e s s man chosen "Man of the If You Can't Eat At Home We Suggest The Next Best Placo CAFE Malakoff, Texas N. Terry St. Serving Daily Except Sunday You'll appreciate the . . that a haircut here will make in your oppearanml Ow barben are experts In wh t- ever st le cut you preferl THIRTY YEARS AGO The patients from Malakoff in the Navarro County Clinic in Cor- sicana are: Mrs. Bethel Dean, Lit- tle Harold Carson and the little baby of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mor- rison. At a meeting of the Board of Trusteesof the Malakoff Inde- pendent School District Friday evening,Supt. M. P. Willis and A new tailor shop has just been opened in the city by Smith, Young and Thornton. The Malakoff Lumber Company shipped 100 hens to New Orleans market Tuesday. Rev. E. C. Esco, Methodist pas- tor, preached to a large audience in an open air service at the coal mine Sunday. S. A. Hall is in Athens this week serving the grand jury Month" for February by East Tex- as Chamber of Commerce, was . guest speaker last Thursday for Bexnett's Barber Shop the bi-monthly meeting of the Mal- akoff Woman's Club. The qualified voters in the City of Trinidad staged an all out elec- i tion Saturday with the maiority favorable to the incorporation movement. The final vote. ac- cording to unofficial returns, flare the total vote cast at 273. 151 were for and 122 were against incorpo- Elementary Students of the Monfl'z ,- tion - Cp. Connis Jackson. son of Mrs. " ' 1 The Malakoff Woman s C ub metlyears and is a member of the Tool Arlee Jackson, Malakoff, has corn- on January 21 and recognized two lBaptist Church. He is a member pleted a phase o~ the cold-weather students from the Elementaryl of the Kitten.Team and is on the I tr~inin~ exercises held by the 4th School as outstanding pupils. ~"B" honor roll. t Infantry Division in Germany. Chosen Girl and Boy of the Month were Carolyn Vieregge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I~uis Vieregge of Malakoff and Clyde Dalr~m~ple, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dalrymple of Mankin. Carolyn Vieregge has attended AND Malakoff Schools all her life and JOE BARNETT is amemberoftheBaptistCh~rch. Western Wear Store Carolyn is a member of the M. H. S. Band and the Elementary lln the Service of Others" basketball team. She is a music student of Mrs. C. C. Lake in Mal- P.O. BOX 96 -:- KERENS, TEXAS akoff. Carolyn is a "B" honor roll student. EXport 6-2881 --- CALL COLLECT Clyde Dalrymple has attended ~::~ " - the Malakoff Schools for four Grain, Feed, Fertilizer, Wire, Steel Posts, Hardware C A R R 0 L L & L E H R Anhydrous Ammonia, Jumbo Saddles, Mohawk Tires Funeral Home Remmington Ammunition ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF WESTERN APPAREL Carolyn Vieregge Clyde Dalrymple . His'65 :er Tests proved it.* Does this mean Ford now rivals one of the world's most wanted luxury, cars? Hardly! But these tests do mean plenty--to you--if you're shopping for a popular- priced car. They prove Ford has outstanding strength, design, quality. Compare Ford, in every way, with every- thing in its class Feel Ford's solid quality 10(W/b new body--strongest ever on a Ford. New frame "tunes out" vibration. New suspension puts a big ultrasoft coil spring at each wheel. Inspect Ford's luxurious new LTD models Decorator interiors, thick nylon carpeting. Walnutlike vinyl inserts on doors and instrument panel. Rear-seat center arm rests, five ash trays (4-door hardtops), padded instrument panel, and more. Relax in Ford's spacious interiors Swept-back instrument panel, lower transmission hump: Trunk holds four 2-suiters standing upright, and more. Test Ford's new power Big, new 289-cu. in. V-8 standard in XL's and LTD's. New Big Six--biggest Six in any car. Test-drive a '65 Ford! *Leading acoustical con.mltants conducted tests in which 1965 Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan, X.L and LTD Hardtops) with 289-cu. in. V-8 engines and automatic transudssions rode qnleter than a new Rolls-Royce. These tests were certified by the U.S. Auto Club. L Best year yet to go Ford! Test Drive Total Performance '65 /ow,/ow,/owl Model DDAG-65 Gentle as a breeze. Exclusive Flowing Heat dries fluffy soft. No-stoop lint screen right on the door. Porcelain Enameled drum won't snag delicate fabrics. No-Heat setting fluffs pillows, dusts drapes. Perfect companion for any washer ! THE PRICE Less Than The Cost of A Pack of Cigarettes ADay A g~0tEr 0~ tl~m couptm I WEST HIGHWAY 1965 Ford Galaxie 500/XL 2-Door Hardtop 81 -- MALAKOFF, TEXAS