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6Ay:Th_e Ma._ koff N e_ w__s.Th_ Y. Feb-_l 2..1_961- e " " trustees Issue l Obituaries %. t, Meeting in regular session Monday night the Trinidad I.S.D. board of trustees issued two-year contracts to elementary school principal Bennie "DENNEY el sensuous, memorable. Take a private moment to dis- ] !k cover Interlude. This rich, haunt- ing scent with its rare mysterious Oriental qualities will linger and last as yqu wear it...and in the [' , c!,; I memories of those around you i J long afterward. Make lasting memories ~ ..~ with the Interlude Collection: I \ ~.~'*~_.'_~ Perfume, 25 FI Oz I f --'~ ~, .~ Bath & Body Perfume 5 FI ()z J J .'.?~ I [ ..... I I d/,.ll I Perfumed Mist{Natural}, 33FI. OZ, I , I 2 ,Oz I ' I /4'T I Perfumed Cologne, 2FI Oz. I I Dusting Powder, 6 Oz. Net Wt.I I @TT..] Body Lotion, 40z Net Wt, ~ I ~ t I W~I 8Oz. NetWt. '~ :"~ __~-.~k~l~ :':',:~1 Both o, seep (3 cake.,) & I 2 Piece Gift Set ~U-~=~" ""-]1~ il~:!/; J 3 Piece Gift Set Next to Davis Red Bern Furniture 129 N. Terry Malakoff 489-1909 King and high school principal Robert Linker, and re-employed coaches Larry Cumby and O.B. Casey, as well as band director John Spencer. In related business the board accep- ted the resignation of Willie Hargett, hired in January as football coach. Superintendent Bob Elsom said Hargett resigned due to illness in his family which he felt made the move to Trinidad impossible. The board increased the fee for driver's education courses by 10 per- cent, raising the cost to students from :: $60 to $66. :~ .... ,. other business the approved payment of bills for the month and ap- proved use of the school auditorium for a hi-monthly gospel singing group. FEED w SEED. SUPPI,IES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396288! OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 -- II)IIU(dG |FtJi All /SOM 4~ Rapre=entativa'$ Name ~1~/'] " Address , i~l--r ~'I[ ~ Phone : ; :l ~ " "~ Town and State :]in Woodmen of the World takes pride in introducing our new Field Representative. Trained in our complete service of insurance and fraternal benefits, our Representative will be glad to discuss your need~ A telephone call will bring complete information and no obligation. |. First Savings now has checking accounts. You can have a checking account and savings account in one place where all your money earns top interest. If you don't wish to maintain a certain balance in your checking account, two other accounts are available for a nominal monthly fee. Your cheqking account at First Savings pays 5 A% interest compounded daily for a 5.39% annual yield. There is no minimum balance required to earn interest on our accounts; every penny earns. First Savings has always offered savings accounts with the highest possible interest and now we pay top interest on checking. When you check with First Savings, your check- ing business is welcome at all six of our offices throughout East Texas. Make deposits or with- drawals easily because wherever you live or work, there's a First Savings office nearby. Now that First Savings has savings, loans, six locations and free checking plus interest... At First Savings, you have your choice of checking accounts. One account is free of service charges when you maintain a $500 minimum checking balance or $1,000 minimum in passbook savings or if you are 60 years of age or older. If your balance falls below the rr;,nimums, a, $7.50 fee is charged to your account that month. The First Savings Spirit Means More. ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Athens * Mabank Malakoff Wills Point Kaufman Forney Member FSLIC An Affiliate of Invest-Tex, Inc. ' SUSIE RUSHING Funeral services for Mrs. Susi, Rushing, 79, of Malakoff were held p.m. Tuesday Chapel in Malakoff with Rev. Warren officiating. Interment was in Tool Mrs. Rushing died Saturday Lake Nursing Home in Malakoff. She was born July 3, 1901, in She was a homemaker and a Malakoff Methodist Church. Survivors include one son, Jack Rushing of Dearborn, Mich daughters, Mrs. Ruby Rushing of Malakoff and Mrs. Louise Hurst; 14 grandchildren and 111 grandchildren. JULIA WHITMAN Funeral services for Mrs. Whitman, 58, of Malakoff wet p.m. Friday in the First Baptist ( in Malakoff with the Rev. , SUSIE BELL RUSHING Cheatham officiating. Interment was in Malakoff ................................ Cemetery under the directi( i Paschal Funeral Home. !:~/:~i. .......... i:, ~,r:i,..k;~ii.i~Fii:!;: i Mrs. Whitman died Thursday i I Se[ectHE IMalakff borne f a daughter. Mrs. Whitman, a housewife, wa~ in Athens Feb. 24, 1922. She lived l I Vale~~ ~art Iof her life in Malakoff Survivors include two daugb Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Hackman of i Malakoff; three sisters, Mrs. VII1 Bailey, Mrs. Maxine Brown and Edna Racker, all of Malakoff; grandchildren, and one great Pallbearers were Bobby Lewi~ Butler, 'Glen Leapord, Harold i ~ tmess, Richard Gunnels and | ! j Mathews. . ~ ROY D. ANDING Funeral services for Roy Anding, 50, of Malakoff, were heir I "~~ a.m. Tuesday in Willow Springs 1~ .... Church with Rev. [,ester Simmoa Rev. Ronnie Costlow officiating. 1.0 Interment was in Post Oak Cenl ~P under direction of Carroll and i Valentines ....... 15, t051.95 Funeral Home. ; Packages. ....... 59' and 79' Mr. Anding died Saturday s juries received in a tractor a( :it ; Smith Drug & Variety He was born May 1, 1930, in Chapel Community near ! S&H Green Stamps Lay-Aways jhad lived in Henderson County J Malsk0ff j ( life. He attended the Cross Schools and was a foreman for and Root Construction Co. He member of Willow Springs Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Anding of Malakoff; one son, Kyle Anding of Malakoff; daughters, Mrs. Roeeana Tennessee Colony, and Mrs. Price and Mrs. Carla Allen, Malakoff; three brothers, Orval of Koon Kreek Club, Douglas and Rance Anding, beth of AthenS sisters Mrs. Augustine Bell of AI Mrs. Elwanda Crawford of Dallas, Evelyn Clayton of Fort Worth Geraldine Pollard of Grace City,~ three grandchildren; and two grandchildren. Pallbearers were Ronnie Bell, Anding, Maurice White Jr., Crawford, Jerry Anding, Larry t Bobby Rainwater and Keith Clayton. He was preceded in death by Steve Randall Anding. To the editor P.(). ' Malak,,ff, Texa. The Cedar Creek Riding Club January 50th to elect officers year 1981. Olin Dukes was president, Anita Cook of as vice president and Mrs. Thomas, secretary and treasurer, Olin wants all to know we arel back to having fun at our play horse shows. In the cost, but now we want folks in our club who want have fun and enjoy younger kids ride and have home, as well as away. Anyone who would like to Cedar Creek Riding Club let all are welcome. The east to club is $5 per family for one: the end of the year we always club supper and you can money back at that one meal. Get in touch with Olin or Ruby : at 489-1108 or Mrs. Roy D. Thomas at 675-4562. Before a lot of parents didn't anything but for their children Sure, it is nice to win and that all, old or young, so long to have a good horse, you don't have the money to pay price for a real good horse one that you can have a lot and I believe you will care just a about him if you paid $10,000 for ff you paid $100 for him. Me, I for my horse in 1962 and a lot made fun of him and called worm and a few other words unprintable, but I rode for fun many trophies that I can look many years to come and everyone of them. I am still same old horse, when able, and s young folks in Malakoff have trophies off of him also, in play andF.F.A. Rodeos. We do need and wanta lot ' youn=g and old to rejoin our Cedar v| Riding Club. It was known $[ loudest in the state, l Come on out and have fun with Next meeting will be FebrU~.fla[ 1981 at the arena on No. Smith S weather permitting, and if not wtll J, qu at the home of Olin Dukes on "l'ld Street. . i We have .three families thS/ | lifetime members of the CCRC would like for them to be well repte[ ted at our next meeting. |h Oll. Y. Cedar Creek Rid