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Z/ = i ! i:i! i ii ij ! i:/: : Page Eight THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, February 12, 1965 Malakoff, Texas Some of the Malakoff Betas had a short stop-over in Austin on their way to the convention in San Antonio. They called Mike Starkey and visited with him for a while. Mike, the son of former Supt. and Mrs. Norris Starkey is a 1963 graduate of Malakoff High School and served as State Vice- President of the Beta Club during his Senior year here. Mike is now a sophomore at the Univers- ity of Texas. Mr. and Mcs. George Harrell of Dallas and Mrs. Margaret Spear- man of Pittsburg spent Saturday here with their mother, Mrs. J. L. Evans, on the occasion of Mrs. Evans' birthday. Also visiting during" the day was Mrs. Evans niece, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Sherrell of Athens and Mrs. Lillie Lewis of Malakoff. Royall and Waller Chevrolet Company has been operating un- der a handicap for the past few days due to several of the em- ployees being ill, including Dannie Royall and J. D. Waller. All are reported to be doing t)etter at press time. City Secretary J. E. Bien left by train from Fort Worth late last Thursday night to be at the bed- side of his mother, in Princeton, Missouri. In a conversation with his wife, earlier this week, Mr. Bien .said his mother was s~ill critically ill. r- '," lctorLewm, HCJC s Hl~tory teacher, has been hospitalized for several days due to illness. He is reported to be much better. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore were Mr. Gilmore's daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dann of Garland and sons, Randy and S~eve. Jerry Waller of Washington, D. C. arrived in Dallas Thursday eve- ning and is in Malakoff spending the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller. Mrs. Paul Davis Bankston is reported to be slowly improving. Mrs. Bankston is at Medical Cen- ter in Tyler, following a car acci- dent 'several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tanner spent Sunday with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitehead in Richland. They were joined there by Mrs. Tanner's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Whitehead and baby of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Curable and daughter, Rose Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ireland and daughter, Carolyn all of Rockdale; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bowman of Dallas; and Mr. and Mrs. Linder Cliver and daughter, Camille of Malakoff visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cliver, over the week-end. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilbanks were Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Lacy and Mrs. W. H. Lacy all of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore and daughter Ginnie and Miss Kay Venable were in Commerce Satur- day on business. They also visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGrew, while there. BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Gracie Emerine honored her little son, Wendall Mark and i her mother, Mrs. E. P. Allen, with a birthday supper Monday night. After the dinner, the honorees opened several nice gifts. Those attending included: E. P. Allen, Jack Allen and family of Athens, Big Allen and Yamily and Lit Allen and family, all of Mal-i akoff. Mr. and Mrs. Bonner Poole went to Galveston ~aturday afternooni to visit their daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wick and son. Enroutei home Sunday they visited her i brother, Grady Derden, who under- went back surgery in December. Mrs. Bobby Carpenter and chil- dren, Randy and Lisa of Ennis vis- ited her mother, Mrs. Lela Bell Dodson, this past week-end. Howard T. Carter of Houston was a recent visitor with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carter. Mines. Myrtle Davis, Lela Bell Dodson, Archie Mac Johnson, A1- lie Howard and Lillie Lewis visit- ed in Hawkins and Mineola with friends and relatives Sunday. Mrs. Hazel Barnett and son, Cliff yisited relatives in Dallas, Sunday. Mrs. IMllie Lewis had as her T guest Monday her daughter and grandson,Mrs. Charles van Home and Chuck. B The B. R. Lindamood family of The Annual Banquet of the Mal- -- s~or rlrs~ ciat it very much. The : Assembly of God, Malakoff. DalIa~ were guests in the home of taken at Union Thanksgi* I his brother and family, the Bobakoff - Trinidad Ministerial Al- Rev. C. D. Tedford, Assembly of vices for each to~-n have~ Lindamoods, over the week-end, liance will be held February 16 at God pastor in Mankin, Rev. O. B. the organization's treaJ Mrs. Jesse Robertson and Dee 7:00 p. m. for ministers and their Cook and other ministers in the Each member of the allia area will serve as reserves to fill annual dues of $1.00. The Scott visited their brother, J. B. wives at Spanish Trace Inn in the in when the regular men can not ldeposit at First State Scott and his family Saturday. banquet room. make their Sunday. Other mere-iTrinidad is $25.37 for Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McBride The organization is in its sec-ber~in the organization are: S.i zation. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl David Locke end year. The officers are: Pres- attended the funeral of Mr. Mc-ident, Vernon Roberson, pastor of Brides' uncle, Flare McBrideon FirstBaptistin Trinidad;Vice- Sunday in Klondike, Texas. TEXAN TPtA~ Mala Athens, Texas Athens, Texas By COACH CROOK MALAKOFF "A" BOYS 42 in Trinidad. The group meets Thur. - FrL - Sat. FrL - Sat Sun. QDITMAN 76 monthly on the first Monday of Feb. 11-12-13 Tony Ferrell played an outstand- eack month at 9:30 a. m. with the James Darren ing game scoring 16 points and 7 pastors. There is business and Walt Disney's Pamela Tiffin rebounds but that was not enough iprogram each time. Some of the as Quitman won this District 18 business is the work of providing "EMIL and THE "FOR THOSE "A" game by 76 to 42. !literature for all faiths in the bus DETECTIVES" THINK L. D. Sanderford had 12 points, !station in Athens. Another im- Jerry Clay 11, and Rick Smith 3. portant item is the weekly wor- ~Plus-- "B" BOYS 26-QUlTMAN89 ship services each Sunday after- Technicolor Phil Graham 9, Charles Dukes 7, noon at 3:00 p. m. at Cedar Lake Walt Disney's Jerry Rainwater 4, Richard Men-:Nursing Home in Malakoff. Rev. Plus Second roe 4, and Mike Rainw~tter 1. S.C. Irvin, a retired Methodist "TATOOED POLICE minister is in charge of display- HORSE" Steve MALAKOFF WINS TROPHY inz the literature, as well as the "HELL IS The invitation said "B" team worship services at the Nursing tournament but when we got there home. Brother Irvin has assigned Sun-Mon.Tues-Wed HEROES'" with our "B" team, everyone else the Sunday afternoon worship ser- had their "A" teams. We finally vices at Cedar Lake Home as fol- Cary Grant found out if you hadn't entered lows. Leslie Caron "GET MORE more than two tournaments you 1st Sunda~- -- Rev. Thomas L. could play anyone. Well, our "B" Jones, Pa-stor of First Methodist, "FATHER GOOSE" LIFE team lost to Milford 58-72. We Malakoff; 2nd Sunday -- Rev. D. then came home and got our "A' D. Simpson Pastor "First Ba;)tist Technicolor GO OUT TO A team and won the next two games in Malakoff; 3rd Sunday -- Rev. to win consolation and receive a trophy. Jerry Clay was named to the All-Tournament Team. Our "A" team beat Abbott 46 to 35. Jerry Clay, who scored 90 points in three Mr. and Mrs. Billy Kay Davis games, including one hot night of of Dallas spent the week-end here 40, only sank 22 this time, but with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. t.hat was enough. Toney Ferrell Carl Smith and Mrs. Tom Billy got 17, ~on Monroe 4,Mike Rain- i Davis. Billy Kay and his wife just water 2, and Jerry Rainwater 1. recently moved to Dallas. Ferrell had 9 rebounds. Next our boys played Wortham in the fin- als and won easily 70-45. This was a season high in points for us. Jerry Clay, again was the spark plug as he hit 30 points. L. D. Sanderford had 16, Jerry Rain- water 12, Toney Ferrell 9, and Ron Monroe 1. This runs our sea- son record to 7-18. ELNA Pound Can [ FOOD CLUB Pound Bag Food Club IIII IIII I I Del Monte I II I III All Brands Jill Ill H II HII Texas Golden - Yellow Rath's All Meat Pound I II GOLD STANDARD Pound Can II IMPERIAL Pound Bag III Pound Can II I I I For Hli H Pound Bag ] C Libby Vienna [! li I Nabisco I III I I Imperial II II Texas-Ruby-Red C Pound I I IIII II Wilson's Kern King Fully Cooked 5-8 Pound li I Pouund I i I 132 N. TERRY ST. PHONE HI] 9-2101 FOR DELIVERY IN MALAKOFF J I II Jill I II TRACK Plans are being made for the li~g~i~ track team to run at the Border Olympics in Loredo, March 12 and 13. The boys will leave Thursday l and come back Sunday. A trip into Mexico is also planned. MALAKOFF 56-RAINS 62 L. D. Sanderford and Toney Ferrell closed out their basketball I careers in fine fashion here Tues- !day night as they fought to close for the Sweetest flower shell abloom with eyelet embroidery out the season on a winning note, but fell short Ferrell had 20 !98 points and Sanderford had 19. Ron P Monroe, another SeiZer, put in 8. c Jerry Clay was held to 7, while Jim Bankston had 2. Movie Star Malakoff had two starters sick Peignoir Sets but the team gave a one hundred percent effort even though two ~ more were feeling puny. This was the last regular game of the season as the Tigers finish- ~ t ed 7-19. Our boys were 0-10 in to the district. ~ ~! "B" TEAM 27-RAINS "B" 40 Mike Rainwater made 10, Jerry ~98 Rainwater 6, Charles Dukes 5, Richard Monroe 4, Jim Bankston 2. LINCOLN TIGERS CLOSE " SEASON II.5 RECORD By COACH C. B. ANDERSON ~'~J~-"~ ---. favored by m o st, conference ,: $100The Lincoln High Tigers, a team ,~ ::!~ P~ntie~ For j[ coaches to win the district title, ~:~ ,'Rx, .~ for vour Valentine Purses closes its season with an 11 to 5~ /~|~!~;:!:i:t ~ / ~ -.~ :~ : ~ ~.: ~:~::~:: record. Our conference competi-~]~ ]) ,o 1 2" ,o tors netted a total of 910 points (56.8 game average) while the ~'~:f~.~ Dc Tigers came un with a total of 844 ~::, ~ //3~ (~Q [ pcintSTiger squad(52"9 gamehas brightaverage)'prospectsThe :~:::i::~ ::: ~, i //~ forWhatvalentines!a wonderful choice Our new h Po ndu :: . ! LY Panties," are most fOrof thethe team1965"66willseasOnbe madeaS theupbUlkof j in favorite styles, new designed to / thieSn'YearSnon-C~aferenceS ph m res and fresh-, ~.]~.f~G- colors . . . very gift plete her hac Ore' record is worthy. Lbs. somewhat h]b hter showing 66 percent of ~es won and only two more in prospect. Its an honor to win a district title, but it is just as thrilling to defeat White is so Right ,one's neighbors. "Van Huesen" Pound Pound 3~c Bag [ I Country Style Smoked Pound [ Trinidad.Mabank Both the Junior High teams lost to Mabank this week In the Junior-Hi girls game, the Mabank girls lead all the way. High point girl for Trinidad was Freida Warren with 15 points. The Junior. Hi boys stayed be- hind during the whole game with Mabank. Gary Chandler and James Mille- son each made 6 points while Gary Fleming made 5 scores. The High School boys beat Ma- bank by a score of 28 to 26. Trinidad led in the first quarter bus fell behind at the half-time with the score board showing 14 to 19. Trinidad picked up in the third. and final quarters and won the game with Doug Jordan putting in 9. Terry Fleming and Paul Ray- field each made 6. Chuck Powers made 3 and Sam Jock got 4. Mabank beat the High School l girls by a final score of 40 to 28. The Trinidad girls remained be- hind during the entire game with the half-time score reading 7 to 26. High point girl for Trinidad was Paula Peables with 17. Ms- bank's high ~rer was Miekie K~medy with 16. ShLrs What better token of your love and gcod taste! White shirts go so perfectly with everything. CAMPUS WHITE SHIRTS Inter Woven Socks 00 to Hickok Belts to Ladies: your best leap strategy is to select your men's Valentine gift Wembley Ties to 8 "SINCE 1919" L