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February 12, 1965

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lull i/i:i~ i!, t THE ~O~"~ NEWS WOMANS CLUB HAYNES HOSPITAL Malakoff Rotary doliars to finance th~ tri: .'"our appreciation of the By LIZ WALLER ~," " :,rs. Dav~s sa~d e trip is de frol:~ this area, both in Page Four Friday, February 12, 1965 Malakoff, Texas The Malakoff Woman's Club -net PATIENTS Told Of HCJC Trip inately assured x i h t ~, d:~tes cud in the Cardettes." in the home of Mrs. O. W. Sprouse, J. H ."Red" Ridgeway, Trinidad; bein~ March 1. 2. and .L Si~e said: --o-- January 21st for the reg,liar C. C. Turlington, Dallas; RichieEarl Doss. manager of the Ath- "Wo ~ant to assu e the av~m:s !i!i:~!iiii monthly meeting. Assisting Mrs. Williams, City; Mrs. Annie Wood, ens Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. cud all eo~ :~'er:~ed th:t x e will SH~ 1[~']~' SAYINGS AT ::i~:,~iiiill Sprouse as hostesses were Mrs. L. Trblidad; Maggie Stone, City; Don Davis, director of the HCJCh a v e chaperones ac:.ompal~yin~z i!:ii!ii~i J. Scholl and Mrs. J. E. Bien. Queen Reed, City; Thad McCor- Ct~.rdettes, and Mr. Robert Cody, the. students ~o ard from New :~:~'~:~* Mrs. Wm. Chandler, presitent, n~ick. Dallas; Walter Fleming, HCJC Band Director, were guestsOrleans. i~[~ called the meeting to order, pre- Trinidad; Danny Andrews, City. of Herbert Gatlin Sr at the Ro- "We would also like to tell of senting the business of the day DISMISSALS tary Club meeting in Malakoff on iiiiiii and welcomed the guests and mere- Billy Powell, Aubrey Lee Andrews, Tuesday noon. ' !:::::,:.~i~ bers. Mrs. Fayrene Holcomb, Mrs. Ros- The guests from Athens spoke in :i! Mrs. J. D. Waller recognized the ie Conger, Mr~ Lena Vieregge, behalf of the forth coming trip !i! Today By Mrs. J. W. Smothers students of the month, who were: Mr:~ Beatrice Rainey, Brenda to the Mardi Gras Parade in New :~ Carolyn Vieregge, LaQuita ttos~Dawson, Jesse Williams, Clay Orleans in which the HCJC Band ~/~. : ~.d :~: kins, Clyde Darlymple and Otfried Smith, Baby Ruth Dawson, Claud-and Cardettes will participate ' Wittkohl. ia- Givens, Rodney Darnell Giv-In an interview with the News, /I i : .'~ Tomorrow All Malakoff is invited to come drink milk, tea, coffee, or water Mrs. Chandler introduced the ens, Vivian Humphries Sprouse, Mr. Cedy said: "We are appear-' ~ ~ , and be host to out-of-town guests and be merry, guest speaker, Miss Minnie Ellen Marjorie Teetz, Victor Lewis,ing before the majority of the.!, ~ : ~- (Friday & Saturday) at the opening of our beautiful The St. Paul Junior Chorus con- Rampy of Cayuga. Miss Ramp], a Maggie Ridgeway. various civic groups in Henderson ::i::~i ~ ~ ~ are the last days of our luxurious Cafeteria very soon. ducted by Prof. C. W. Smothers junior student as Sam Houston Col- SURGERY--Marjorie Teetz. County to ask for their support in .:~ , Watch for the date to be an- with Mrs. E. O. Holloway as ac-lege in Huntsville gave a very in- BIRTHS -- Born to Porter and the project of raising the required nounced later, companist, will fill your hearts teresting talk of her travels while Claudia Givens a boy, weighing 7 amount of money, half-way Winter Shoe We want everyone to come withwith melodious Negro ~Spir~ual attending school in Mexico during pounds and named Rodney Dar- "We have reached the sharpened appetites. Sally McNeil songs. The St. Paul Band will pre- the summer. She is the daughter nell, on February 6, 1965. point in raising the two thousand says, "Come to St. Paul and eat. sent a musical marching exhibi- of Mr. and Mrs. (Margaret White) Don't worry about getting fat,tion. The Physical Educational De- Homer Rampy of Cayuga. Ira Noble Dies; Rites you can reduce later." We kindly partment will exhibit their drill Following the program, a salad request Rev. Jones, the Methodist team. plate was served by the hos .ess. Held Monday minister, to bring the ministers ofMalakoff's Memorial The club will hold its next Ira J. Noble, 84, died at 1:15 all denominations to come bless The Bible says, of ,yrs, born meeting on February 11, at the a. m. Sunday at his home in this great occasion and us. woman is but few days and full of home of Mrs. Dan Royall Eustace after a lengthy illness. MENU--You have your choice trouble." The leaders of St Paul 2:30 in the afternoon. He had resided in Henderson of meats: Smothers Delicious realize we have very few youth- o ]Covnty since 1908 and Eustace barbecued spring fryers, roast fal days to live, and we must work Methodist Bulletin sing. 1922, and was a retired beef, hot links or Sally McNeil's while it is day, for when night farmer. baked ~urkey with old fashionedcometh, no man can work. We The Reverend Thomas L. Jones, Mr. noble is survived by his turkey dressing and cranberry realize we must work fast and pastor, will speak at the ll:O0 a. wife; one son, Lewis Noble of SAVE UP TO sauce, diligent in order to accomplish m Worship Service, Sunday, on Eustace; one daughter, Mrs. Fay- on shoes for your Your choice of vegetables: Fresh some emergencies at St. Paul be- the subject: WHAT IS RIGHT rene Bearden of Dallas; two broth- green peas with diced carrots,fore the Lord calls us. Whenever WITH THE CHUURCH? ers. R. L. Noble of Eustace and T. Select from smooth homegrown turnip greens with we think we have done something The Jr.-High and Senior M. Y.R. Noble of Mabank; two sisters, ~o~ home-cured ham hocks, asparagusgreat at St. Paul and look back, F.'s will meet in the Children's Mrs. Johnny Shelton of Malakoff r~,~ styles for year around tips topped with cheese strips on we become a pillar of salt, and Building and Fellowship Hall, re- and Miss Vera Noble of Eustace, ~ i~ also suedes and textures, buttered toast, as well as candied God cannot use us. Forgetting spectively, land three grandchildren and one ~N ~::~i but hurry -- our sale !i i Saturday. sweet potatoes with toasted marsh- the things which are behind, and The pastor will speak at the great-grandchild, t~z mellows, reaching forward to the things 7:00 p. m. Worship Service, Sun- Funeral services were held at i~i Salads: Sally McNeil's famous which are before us, we press for-day, on: JESUS CHRIST WAS 2p. m. Monday at Zion Hill Church !i!i fruit salad, fresh diced pineapples, ward to continue the small work at BORN FOR THIS. The W. S. C, S. will honor the witil the-Rev. Sheppard officiat- i::(: cherries, finely grated carrots, St. Paul. i!~i! chopped delicious apples, topped Jesus said, "Ask, and it shall be Malakoff High School Senior Class ing, and burial was in Zion Hill with a dinner Wednesday at 6:30Cemetery with Carrolland Lehr ~: with grated cheese and french given unto you, seek, and ye shall p. m. in the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. in charge. SMITH'S DRUG ~i dressing on crisp lettuce leaf. find, knock, and the doors shall be Ed Mahaney, of Athens, will be the SIores In i:i Family Shoe Store Vegetable salad consists of a opened unto you." Our faith andfeatured speaker for this occasion, the sanctuary. combination of fresh finely-chop- prayers look up to Malakoff for Chancel Choir Rehearsal will be You are invited to worship at ilii Athens, Texas Phone OR ped vegetables and the added a very much needed water foun- held Wednesday at 7:00 p. m. inFirs~ Methodist this Sunday. choice of SallyMcNeil's special tain in the middle of the campus, deviled eggs. and to beautify and landscape the ~ Desserts: Home-made vanilla St. Paul campus as a memorial to ice cream, chocolate cake, coconutus God shall bless you and the Nabisco cake, lemon pie, strawberries and funds you give towards this beauti- ~~ Lge. whipped cream or St. Paul's de-fication of the campus. Malakoff FOLGERS Pkg. licious frappe, and everyone will be proud of Beverages will include:Cof-this important improvement. We 3 lb. can fee, tea or milk. ]at St. Paul will do all of the work, Nabisco Pecan Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fair are land we ask the Lord and you to' frequent dinner guests at St. Paul furnish the funds for this im- On one occasion they asked, provement. We hope and pray '~What do you call this dessert ?" that this project will be completed "It is the St. Paul duke mixture when you come to the musical and 1 Lb. Can Jim Dandy frappe," we replied. "It is very luncheon. We work as we wait 25 Lb. 99 good.Give me some more," he re- upon the Lord. '~hey that wait Bag pliedsmiling and touching Mrs.upon the Lord shall renew their Fair.Mrs. Fair said, "How do you strength. They shallmount up make it? I want the recipe. It's with wings as eagles. They shall Light Crust delicious." "I'll take another serv- run and not be weary. They shall ing," she said laughingly, walk and not faint" 2 Pkgs. We don't tell :what's in it, but Welcome to St. Paul. we guarantee it to be a luscious, bonified, nutrious, wholesome del- .: ---~------~"~ Style, Regular 1.19 icacy. Yum! Yum! Yum! Guess ! what's in it? 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