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i!:i ( i!~ !! THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Eight Friday, Feb. 16, 1968 Malakoff, Texas ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED -- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lacy of Mabank announce the engagement and approach- ing marriage of their niet~ Eunice Jo Dunn, also of Ms- bank, to Henry Lee Sheehe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sheehe of Kemp. The wedding will be an event of Friday, February 23. Elected Rotary Superintendent of the Mal- akoff Schools Ray Brown was elected as president of the Mal- akoff Rotary Club at the noon meeting Tuesday. Brown will s-eceed the current president, Edwin Arthus. Other officers elected to serve were E. H. Gatlin Jr vice president and J. E Bien as secretary. Bien has held the post of Rotary secretary for around fourteen years. The new slate of officers will assume their duties as of June first. Brown was also elected to comvletethe term of Tom Boyd as vice president until the change over of offices in June. Boyd was forced to re- sign his station when he was transferred from the Trinity River Nipak plant to the Dal- las office. In other matters, Rotary members passed a resolution for going on record as a body favorir~g the Henderson Coua- ty road bond issue as well as the upcoming school bond is- As they have in the past, the club will again snonsor the Malakoff Little League base- ball program. Cemetery Gifts Anonymous $10.00 Bill Bradshaw $25.00 I. P. Tidmore S6.00 Mrs. J. E. McClure Augusta, Ga $5.00 Malakoff Residents Relative Dies Funeral services were held at 10 a. m. in the Connally Chapel in Waco for Mrs. Ruby Rinfro. 61, of Waco. Mrs. Rin- fro was a sister of Mrs. Lee Bovett and a niece of Mrs ~~ -~Ei{ - LO 000 000 000 Blanch Urrey and Steve Dun- ton all of Malakoff. The Rev. Charles MeAfee of- fieiated at the services. Other than those mentioned above. Mrs. Rinfro is survived by her husband, Jessie E. Rin- fro; one daughter, Mrs. Aldo P. Giacomelli; three other sis- ters, Mrs. George Wheelis, Dallas. Mrs. Paula Meek, San Diego, California, Mrs. Gladys Minor, Calgory Alberta, Can- ada, and Mrs. Ouida Tone, Fort Smith Arkansas; one brother, Fowler Lucas, Van Nuys, Cal- dren.if rnia and three grandchil-~~~~~ ~;~H,~r ~l~tNl~NoT, ~. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boyett were in Waco to attend her sister's funeral. Spray Sizing Restores Spray sizing, a recent scien- tific combination of fabric fin- ishing agents, was designed to restore the like-new look and feel to all washables and ease the work of ironing. The spray adds body to a fabric while keeping i . flex- ible. says Extension clothing specialist Rheba Boyles of Col- lege Station. The chemical compound penetrates the fib- ers and lubricates them result- ing in added flexibility and wearing comfort. The flexibil- ity allows the fabric to shed wrinkles more easily. It differs from starch in that the vegetable compound coats the fibers bonding them to~ether. This re.~lts in a stiff fabric which wrinkles easily. The s-rav sizing, can be used on all washable fabrics to re- ,ore original body and feel says the sneeialiqt from Texas A&M University. includinw cotton, linel, s. s;lks, wools and synthetic fibers. The sprav sizin~ should not flake, scorch or stick to your iron or yellow fabrics. MALAKOFF LOCALS Mrs, Mary Hatcher. re[re- sentine" Collins in Athens. at- tended a Warner School at the Statler Hilton Hotel in Dallas Tuesday. Joe and Donna Hatcher ard their daughter, Sonya: were here for the week-end to vis:t with his mother. Mrs. Mary Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Stacy and her parents. Mr and Mrs. Don Chambers. Mrs. Joe StanfieH under- went s,rge:'v at Memorial Hos- pital in Athens on T~lesdav. She is s~id to be doing as well as could be expected. Mrs. Jim Blakenev entered the Medical Center Hos.;tal in Tyler on Tvesdav for tests. It was reported that she was scheduled to undergo major surgery the last or this week. ller room No. is 224. Members of tee FHA clnss attended a banquet at the Town House in Athens Tues- day evening. The News received a short note We:b,csdav morning from Mrs. BlaT:eh Urrev who said she was having a bout with the brother Arthr and Iris, but feels she is getting better. She was visited on Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teetz and Braek Shelton of Kerens; Mrs. Tel- don Read of Mart and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baxter of Dallas. James L. Scholl and sons, Kenneth and Jimmy, of Fort Worth were guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scholl last week-end. Joining James (Buddy) Scholl for the week-end here was Lt. Sam Elmore of the United States Navy who has just com- pleted a tour of duty in Viet- nam. Lt. Elmore, en route to New Orleans where he is to be stationed, is a long time friend of Buddy with whom he served while in the Navy. BIRTHS Public Employee Wage Hikes Inflationa Kappel Warns A warning on the inflation- ary effect of wage settlements reached in bargaining with striking public employees was sounded by Frederick R. Kap- pel, Chairman, Executive Com- mittee, American Telephone and Telegraph Company in an address at the 30th annual dinner of Tax Foundation, Inc. "When you come to the most vital of all urban services nursing and education, and po- lice and fire protection, there is no way to bring about in- creases in productivity that will pay, or help pay, the costs of higher and higher and higher wages," Mr. Kappel said. Thus. said the speaker, who was the recipient of the Foun- dation's annual Award for Dis- tinguished Public Service, "up go the taxes. But there is more to come." Today, he added, unions are thrusting into the public sector "with all the possibilities that this may hold." To the degree that bargaining in the public sector can be effective in pro- ducing higher wages, said Mr. Kappel, "we have a new ele- ment in the picture--and the union push here, as in the pri- vate sector, is not distin- guished by any sense of re- straint." Mr. Kappel said he believed that even without public strikes, there is "little doubt that the heat will be on in the years to come." And, he said it will be in areas where in- creases in productivity to help pay the cost can not be antici- pated. Mr. Kappel said he wondered (continued from page onei if a union workman understood ]owed by Pegzy Phillips that every raise he gets may 4 and Evelyn Milton with some day--not too far awayThe boy's team also emer~ "come back to bite him ?" And, he added, if this workman victorious against EdgewoodI q doesn t understand this "does scoriae' a whopping 74 po~ over the opponents 57 .j he strl 'k'e. 9, Kenneth Smith led the TU[ "If he strikes," said Mr. pack with 23 points; EII~ '4 Kappel, "shall we in industry go his way without insisting Sharks hit for 22; M. l that the facts be faced? Or Graves, 12; Leslie Givens, ~ Charles Hunter, 5 and Rol~ shall we understand the prob- Reed, 2. 1 lem and act with real reso- lution? If we don't, then I say James Wilson picked u~ we are surely headed for deep points for Edgewood; Wa~ " Ed~ards, 16; Larry Milton.I trouble." Billy McCall, 9 and O. D. i~ ,~ is, 2. FRIDAY-SATURDAY FEB. 16-17 DEAN MARTIN "THE AMBUSHERS" TECHNICOLOR Sun-M0n-Tue-Wed FEB. 18-21 SIDNEY POITIER "TO SIR, WITH LOVE" TECHNICOLOR COMING SOON WALT DISN EY'S "JUNGLE BOOK" FRI-SAT-SUN FEB. 16-18 STEVEN BOYD "Fantastic -- PLUS -- ALL STAR CAST "A GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED MAN" Both Shows In Color WINTER POLICY OPEN ONLY FRI-SAT-SUN BUCKLES Style 7212 Pound Can Snowdrift Pound Can Shurfine Shurfresh Pound Bag Grade "A" Medium 39c Large 43c Pound Box ] "'" I. Hair pray T, 13-oz. SA Pound 29c can,Vz Pound 57c gee Napkins 80 count Pkgs. Shurfine Salad Quart Jar Lipton Instant Tt S-OZ. jar No. 1 Russet POTA OES Pound Bag Delicious Pound I II BANANAS Pounds Juicy Texas Pound Bag The Agriculture class of the local school nurchased 6 calves and are feedir~ O'em oct, ac- cordin~ to A,r. Teacher Hylas Cade. The cal--es will be shown Jerry Don Graham Master Jerry Don, the new- est addition to the family of ']k%. a~l Mrs. Gene Graham of Malakoff, made his arrival on at the H.~rd?rson County Live- Thursday, February 8, at 2:43 stock shrew to be held at thep. m. at the Henderson County fair gro,'nds i~ A~'ens the last Memorial Hospital in Athens. week in Aug:,st. The boys re-At birth, he weighed seven s'-ovsible for the calves hope pounds and fourteen ounces to have a Grand Champion among them. CAMP PAGE, KO ( - TNC) -- Arm~ Staff Sergeant John E. Redic, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Redic, Route 1, Trin- Style 7892 7893 7898 - --over patent pumps, blooming on toes in ry-go-rounds of color. Peekaboo pretty for or date in yellow and white or black and patent. Saucy spring dress-up you'll adore. and measured nineteen and one-half inches in length. Jerry is welcomed by two older brothers, Kenny, age 9 A polished look in leather--for city socializing. and Bobby, age 7. Newly squared toes give the extra plus of no- The entire family is Current- cramp comfort, fashion flair. Exciting in yellow, ly staying with Gene's pateral green or black. aunt and unc,e. Mr. and Mrs.F~~IOJ~J' FL~2~I~- Harvey Bro~n in Malakoff. Mother and son are said to be doing just fine. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin of Trinidad. idad, Texas, was assigned as a medic with the 4th U. S. Army Allen Scores Again Missile Command at Camp Page, Korea, Jan 30. .i Ernest Allen, Malakof train- Sgt. Red~c s wife Cc~la n, er of dogs, has reported that lives at 5712 Dearborne, Eltwo of his proteges won places Paso. in the Central United States open Derby held recently in CHING CHUAN KANG, Ardmore. Oklahoma. Taiwan -- Airman First Class Royal Heir's John, eighteen John R. Jones, son of Mr. and months old, won a second place Mrs. M. H. Jones of 615 North berth in the Derby and John Prairieville, Athens, Texas, has Hogan Boy placed third in the arrived for dut7 at Ching open all ages and second in the Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan. amateur all ages. Airman Jones, a jet engine John Hogan Boy will be corn- mechanic, is assigned to a unit peting in the National Chain- * cantrice spring's lovely handbag. compact handbags to day and evening to 10. of the Pacific Air Forces. pionship "at Grand Junction i He prevously served at Kelly starting Monday, February 19. AFB, Texas. ,-~ The airman, a graduate of / Athens High School, attended ttenderson County Junior Col- Japanese Youth Short skirts means Add delicate lege. ttis wife, Linda, is the WSCS Study more legs are showing dash to your neW daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John spring costumes, M. Shumate Of Malakoff, Tex- Mrs. Bill McG brought a SO fashion decrees with fashion :In' as. most interesting program on tewe "Japanese Youth," when the t~ members of the Trinidad WSCS p ntie hose. from our array. . SAN ANTONIO -- Airman met Monday for their regular mesh Lovely necklaces, pit James A. Wooley, son of Mr. bus:hess and social hour. and Mrs. Arlis Wooley of Trin- Mrs. McGee discussed at x~ earrings, bracelets. idad, Texas, has completed ha- length the very noticeable textured sic training at I~ckland AFB, change undergone by the Japa- ~ .98 to Texas. rese within the last decade. sheers He has been assigned to the tier scripture reading was Air Force Technical Training Center at Lowry AFB, C~lo- rado, for specialized schooling as an aircraft weapons systems specialist. Airman Wooley, a 1966 graduate of Elmore City (Okla.) High School, attended the University of Oklahoma. from Pslams 121. The meeting was opened with a song followed by pray- er by Mrs. W. C. Fleming Jr. The minutes of the last meeting were read and the treasurers report given, both of which were approved.Re-' ports were given by officers. $2. to 2.49 Since 1919