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February 12, 1965     The Malakoff News
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February 12, 1965

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Airman Jimmie H. Payne ANTONIO, Tex. -- Ai,'- Jimmy H. Payne, son of Mrs. Payne of Route 1, Malakoff, has completed Air Force milita~- training at Lackland Texas. Payne has been select- fo~ technical training as a specialist at the Air Train- Command Amarillo AFB, Texas. His new unit is part of the vast ATC sys-! tern which trains airmen and of-! fleers in the diverse skills qvired, by the nation's aerospaceI i force, i The airman, a 1961 graduate of Lincoln High School, attended Tyler (Texas) District Col!ege. 'His father is William H. Payne of 915 Mulky Street, Fort Worth, (ATC) school at I Texas. QUICK CHANGE FOR A BUSY WARDROBE To make sure your clothes are always ready to go when you are, send them to us for the finest in dry-cleaning and pressing Pho. HU 9-4321 ON HIGHWAY $1 - EAST Don't let high winds blow away your investment in your farm! Nature on a rampage can wreak serious damage on your farm property, wipe out the savings of a life- time. Protect y o u r s e 1 f from this financial loss. HUMPHRIES INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. V]vian C. Humphries Pho. HU 9-4511 STACY L. SIMPSON Stacy Simpson Chosen Betty Crocker Home- Maker of Tomorrow Stacy L. Simpson has been nam- ed East Bernard's 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. I She scored highest in a writtenI homemaking examination taken by] senior girls December 1, and is now I eligible for state and national hon-I r~est papers of all ~hool Home- makers of Tomorrow in the stateI are currently being judged. Thei state's highest-ranking girl will receive a $1,500 scholarship from , General Mills Inc sponsor of the i annual Betty Crocker Search for the American Homemaker of To- imorrow, with the state runr~r-up i to be awarded a $5cx) education grant. In addition, the ~chool of the State ttomemaker of Tomor- row will receive a compS.ere set of Encyclopaedia Britannica from En- cyclopaedia, Inc. The Betty- Crocker Search for the American Home.maker of To- morrow was initiated by Geqeral Mills in 1954 to emphasize the im- rtance of homemaking as a ca- reer. Including this year's record en- rollment of more than half a mil- lion senior girls in more than 14,- 000 high schools, the total number of participants during the pro- I gram's ll-year history stands at four million. Scholarship grants exceed $I million. Stacy Simpson was presented personal letter of congratulations and a distinctive award pin as the 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow at East Bernard High. Stacy ~ored the highest rating among the senior homemaking stu- dents on the national ~ritten home- making examination. This know- High School Students Honored THE MALAKOFF NEWS I Malakoff, Texas The outstanding high school stu- the Tiger Band and a membe of Friday, February 12, 1965 dents for the month of Jan~aryI the Beta Club. She is consistentl) ~ )weret honored b:~" the .Malakof~ Wo- in the top of her class schola tical21 i man's Club on JanuarT 21. ly. . . ' i Ill t "~-- ~ ~ ~ e La t Otfmed Whittkohl was "hosen i x~i~ .unores stuflen. 'er -] . . . I [, l ;+. u^ : ~ ~* Mr Bov of the month oecauseox nls I land Mrs. L~nnie tIosldns of Mala- cooperative and industrious behav- *" ! i II koff and Otfried WitCkoh', non of ior ~:h~ihs )l:SsPlaced him in the "~ 5Ir and Mrs Otfried Wittkohl of l top ol,c ~-ute " -: ~ Otfrieunab attenaed ~ne m'ua.- I~o: l, :*lalagon. ~ . f de lkoff Schools for one ye~r and has baquita was chosen ,~iri o ~n a ",shown himself to be young man xionth because of her zrienaiv ann of ability He has won many cooperative attitude toward her friends in this short time. His fellow classmates and teachers in hobbies are fishing and hunting. the Malakoff High School Miss Hoskins is a majorette in Laquita Hoskins Otfried Wlttkohl ledge and attitude examination was taken by senior girls over the nation. Stacy is now" eligible for state and national honors. Stacy is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Stacy and a sister of Mrs. Hugh McSweeney of Mal- akoff. I V/ILE Dh]E' DAy!" ENCO EXTRA But there's nothing shy about his per- formance on a crisp February morning. New Winter-formtfla Enco Extra helps your car start quickly and warm up fast, helps prevent carburetor icing. It has the: (1) cleaning power; (2) firing power;, (3) octane power to deliver sizzling per- formance in coldest weather. Stop in soon and treat your car to a Valentine tankful at the sign of Happy, Motorir HUMBLE OL & #~l~ ~A~-V "" ' ~ ~.I,*U:I~'G E~Gy C~ANY . . . ~0~ ~CO ~ A call from you says it best Your long distance call is welcome whenever you're away from home. But it's especially pleasing on St. Valentine's Day. So if you can't be there in per- soil, send your Valentine greetings by long distance this year. It says it best and means the most. Anything from a polish- ing wax to a new muff- ler whatever you need to keep your car looking or running its best, we have in top quality at reason. able prices. Make this your one-stop headquarters for auto accessories, parts and supplies! MALAKOFF,- TEXAS Wholesale Retail Ill kept records can cost 'you money which you are entitled to be relmbersed -- Plus the possi- biity of penalty for deduction listed without proper vouchers. The family with a checking account does not run the risk of errors. They have an accurate record of each expense. Pay by check in 1965. You will find deductions you might overlook otherwise . . . Plus have a pernmanent proof of payments should you tax return be questioned! Visit your friendly 1st State today --- Open a checking account Resolve now to make Trinidad's Bank YOUR Bank in 1965! Page Seven