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THE MALAKOFF rr|c on Malakoff, Texas Friday. February 19, 1965 Pa e Five i~ii REV. COSTILOW 'FO SPEAK i tilow, served the First Assembly AT ASSEMBLY OF GOD HERE fin Opp Alabama, for the past ~t;~;~, ~ ' t seventeen years, resignin Janu FROM THE FILES OF THE MALAKOFF NEWS ~ BELTON, -- The 120th anni- I of the college and president of I till be guest speaker for the Sun- ! g " day morning and evening service:~i ary 1, and moved to Tyler, and N versar, of Mar in Ba lor the Alumnae Association of First AssembLy of God of Mal-j is now engaged in Evangelistic :~. . ~ :" y ttard - y ] " l akoff February 2Jst. i~ev. Cos-iwork. Letis a-ri -ltur -- : 3 t College and the tenth anniversary[ The Alumnae Charge to the sen- j- ",g ca e major, .~rs~arney lxlr~v, .uaiaKOli, nas ~een~ f ior cross was delivered by Mi.~ = YEARS AGO Peggy Farmer, daughter of Mrs. advanced to Phase II at Kemper i I its presmenL Dr. Artnur lx. Ijoan Foster of Houston with Por- -'-------- ------ ------ Era Stephens, and Bob Farmer, son Military School Boonville. 51o. tyson was observed by the col- tia Sikes of San Antonio rnMein~, BRING YOUR LAUNDRY TO US ra~n~ In the hospital include: of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Farmer. Mrs "Favretta .Anderson, Wife of~lege Saturday, February 6.i the response for th-e-se"nior"cl'as':~~, " When You Bring Your Dry Cleaning ~.;C. O. Dodson, City; Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Scholl Coach Carl Anderson, is presenttyl Ceremonies were held in the! The Senior Class was inducted ~y, City; ),fr* Avanel Steph- and sons, Keith and Kim of Orange a senior at Texas College in Ty- [ Fi;~it Bap"'" Church of Eelto ~ into the Alumnae Association bv Eustace; Jason Featherston, spent the week-end in Malakoff ler and is slated to receive her be innin t~st ,~.' Mrs. Martha Ward Labit, a grad'- WE R~-PRESEITT THE Mrs. May Wapley, City, Mrs visiting in the home of his parents B. 'A. degree in May ,gl,l g at10:00 a. m vl:s, uate of the college and th- ~ ATHENS LAUNDRY " ' " " I YlaDyl warren, secretary of the " ' ~ -~" Hart, Athens. Dismissals in- Editor and Mrs. L. J. Scholl. Jack H. Bayless of Trinidad is : Mrs. John Quinn, TrinidadJames A. Barnes, who spent a on the Distinguished List for the Mrs. Percy McLain, City. few days here visiting friends last ~r ~!ct~ ~r" Lewi'.s, Homemaking week, l:eturned to Fort Bliss in El fall semester at Lamar State Col- lege of Technology in Beaumont ux ~aiaKoff and Mrs. Ber- Paso Monday. me M c A d a m s, HomemakingMrs Carney Kirby, Mrs Dan John Ray Guinn, well-known ~-her of Trinidad attended the " *'rs Malakoff resident, has accepted VIII In-Service Education t~oyan, yirs. ~ym.s ~aue, m the position as sales and service ~fereneeleer H, r, ,~ .--~. ~.'~ o 1, ~, John Bankston Mrs. C 1 y d e manager for the Bankston Motors achers in Waco Feb A ~ 6 Humphrles and Mrs. J. D. Wallerhere. ~ ~.~ j -r-~. a " " Chandler n ~ n trended the Pubhc Fmr Lunch- "~The First Baptist Church and vlrtuallye,~.~ =~ .~e for Malakoff to sh~=#ho con at the Athens Country Clubthe First Methodist Church of ~rict title as they po~-d'e~:! the Fmday. Trinidad have completed the trans- 75-55. Don Hughes Ray Cpl. Roy Murrell Welborn of fer of papers in which they do- can Carden, Be Joh~son' Don Camp Hartford, Washington ar- nated the building site for the ndw ~rdan and Henry Conditt' made rived in the city Monday to spend Trinidad Fire Station building, e The Malakoff Lincoln High malakoff scores a 20 day furlough with his par- Chandler won a'heart breaker ents, Mr. and Mrs. Murrell Wet-School basketball team, State the Tigeretts with a 47-45 born Champions last year, is now deep ore. An overtime ~eriod ~w Hardy s men s wear and clean- in the race for District Champion- .mndler out score Malakoff ~2 ing plant here has established a ship. u~cla Johnson, Bobbi Abbott, Jud~ cleaning pick-up and delivery de- The Trinidad Lions Club added approximately $250.00 to its treas- Wmer and Patsy Wood scored the tP t at Trinidad to serve custo- urv form the proceeds of its chili ~lnts for the Tigerettes mers in that area. supper entertainmenton Satur- Three additional students from Mr. and Mrs. Wilie Allen are ~f have enrolled for the l tlle proud parents of a baby son, day evening. semester at Sam Houston [born at the Hender.on Count" Teachers College in Hunts- Memorial Hospital last Wednesday. The students are Clifford ~. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. We're constantly adding improvements to your service Every day, new telephones are added to our system, the number of people you can reach or who can reach you. You can depend on us to seek and find new ways of keeping your telephone increasingly useful. .F STATES 'Robert Allen, all of Malakoff. [ New officers for the Woman's Club include: Mrs. Jack Hearn, President; Mrs. W. L. Jackson, Vice-President; Recording Secre- i tarv, Mrs. C. O. Dodson; Corres- ponding Secretary-. Mrs. Claude i Bankston; Treasurer, Mrs, Eill Bradshaw; Critic Parlimentar. ian, .Mrs. Roy I. Weir; Reporter, Mrs. W. W. Jackson. The Trinidad Writing Club's new officers include: President, Judy Yates; Vice-President, Lawrence Yates; Secretary, Larry Airheart; Reporter, Sandra McElroy. Capt. D. R. Smyth has return- ecl to his base in San Francisco after spending the week-end with his family at the A. M. Osborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nell Airheart are the parents of a son, born at H. C. M. Hospital, February 5. The young man has been named "Den- nis Wayne." A group of mothers in Trinidad met at the Methodist Educational building Tuesday night, February 1 and made the "Mothers March Ion Polio." They met at the church afterwards for refreshments and to count the money which was near $130.00. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Humphry of Garland on February 3, a baby girl whom they have named, Juanita. Kay Kirby, son of Mr. and Mrs. TWENTY YEARS AGO George Urrev, son of Mrs Blanch Urrey, has been promoted to the rating of Corporal. LaPo~ner High Schcml basket- ball team won first place in the two-day tournament sponsored by 5Ialako'ff Schools. Zollie F. ttMt, brother of G. H. Holt, was killed in action in Bel- gium on January 24. SiSgt. Harry Robertson has been awarded the Combat Infantry Badge for participation in com- bat against the enemy. Miss Lillian Simmons has re- cently been promoted to Senior grade as an Army Cadet Nurse. Funeral services for Mrs. Mag- gie Gilmore Scott were held at the First Baptist Church here Tues- day afternoon. THIRTY YEARS AGO Fate Sherrill of this city, ~s suf- fering a painful injury which oc- cured during the heavy rainstorm Friday afternoon. Mrs. L. W. Jackson, 72, was buried at the city cemetery last They afternoon. Miss Lorena Truelove was elect- ed president of the Hiking Club of the Women's Athletic Associa- tion of N. T. S. T. C Denton. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirk of Mal- akoff received minor injuries last Friday evening in an automobile wreck. r'Lookouts" for the Rural Outlook "Looking out" for the rural outlook in the area served by Texas Power & Light Company is the full- time job of the 17 members of the Company's Agri- cultural Development Division. This group of TP&L specialists provides counsel and assistance to farming and ranching people in improving production and profits. It had its begin- ning more than 50 years ago when TP&L first began serving rural customers. Since 1961, TP&L has participated in the Black- land Income Growth program to improve soil fer- tility and crop yields in 18 Blackland counties in the Company's service area. In 1963, the Company began participation in the Build East Texas pro- gram which is centered on pasture improvement in the area. Helping to better the agricultural economy in its service area is regarded as a responsibility and a privilege by TP&L and the Company pledges its continuing efforts in this activity in the years ahead. Alumnae and Ex-Students Asso- ciation announced. Charter day activities were formerly held in Alma Reeves Chapel which was destroyed by fire some eight days after the ce!- ebration last year. This marks the first time since the first celebration of the oc- casion that Charter Day activ- ities have been held off campus. Guest speaker for the occasion was Mrs. Coy John Key, former college trustee, who is a graduate FORTY YEARS AGO Postmaster Louis Seholl was en- tertained at a birthday dinner February 18, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Clay. The ladies of the Methodist Church gave an entertainment at the Martha Jane Theatre on last Wednesday evening for the pur- pose of raising funds to repair their parsonage. The Malakoff Itigh School Quin- tet defeated Cross Roads in a fast basketball game at Cross Roads last Thursday afternoon. I Speedy P~y, pointer, owned byi Jett Crawford of this ciLv, car- ried away first honors "in the1 Derby at the field trials at Mar-i shall last week. sponse was delivered by her daughter, senior class president, PICK UP DAYS ARE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS Carolyn Labit of Austin. YOU CAN PICK IT UP AGAIN AT OUR SHOP Miss Elizabeth Q. Alexander of Men's |~F DRY Ballinger received the Alumnae award for distinguished service toI Wear ~ Cleanin~ the college, Mrs Warren announc-I ~ m, ed. The former professor of Span-' ish was e h o s e n to receive the mmm , award on the basis of her loyalty [ .'~.~. and service to the school. The Alumnae Service Award was presented by Mrs. R. B. Van Buren, one of Miss Alexander's ~x"~t former students. Two honorary memberships in the MH-B Alumnae Associatiq~t will go to Mrs. Olin Holmes of Palestine and Mrs. Arkney Orriek of Dallas. Mrs. Holmes' three daughters have each received their degrees from the college. Mrs. Orrick has had four daugh- ters to attend the Belton school. Mr. and Mrs. Orrick lived in Mal- akoff approximately fifteen years. Their d a u g h t e r s, Ernestine, Norvella, Norma and Sara, were raised here and all of them grad- uated from the Malakoff Schools. 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