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sh r “m «. \ M Q Sm WWVA“ i Lost or Found For Rent Red R tee :;’;,S,_,,.,,e gm“, ,, totem. 2 i..a;.:;.“;gi;.;’..e: "€95 0 , “found, please can MRS. . ed house,/9_insula'te;l. automatic Recently the GUM stapes Tel, lllALL, HU 9—4557. _TI theat‘PR‘ 2""?83’ 00" EaSt Pule phone Company announced redun- Street) ‘Ialal‘df' _‘C tions on long distance rates no; Stray“ certain classes of calls to points; outside the state. The new rates CLASSIFIED RATES DISPLAY 407 N. Guantt STRAYED—Large sorrel horse, 2 .Warts on each side of neck. Last seen on old Marray ranch. found phone RED BILLINGSLY. , UP 6-2344 Frankston, Texas —5tf j Fences RAKCO Fence and Wire Company . FREE ESTIMATES NOTHING DOW'N . 36 MONTHS TO PAY PHONES OR 5-2153 0R 5-5198 Athens, Texas Trinidad C. of C. The Trinidad Chamber of Com. met-c: :31ci'x'crl :i notice this week from the Texas Highway Depart- ment, Tyler, Texas. on the Promos. :ged Construction Highway 3l. 5 The letter reads: “:entleinen: ’The Texas Hicks-9'- Department is in the process 0‘ planning the gimpi'oi'emeht of State Highway iNo. 31 in Henderson County. ex-' tending from Navarro County Line ito 3.0 rrilcs West of Athens. The purpose of this letter is to glVl' you notice of this improvement iand to allow an adequate interval ftp plan and accomplish any 'id- justment that may be required in gthe relocation of your signs. and charges went into effect Feb- ruary 1, 1965. Calls to points within Tomi. were not affected by the above, however, according to Mr. B. C. Trammell, Gulf States District; Manager, the Company plans ‘0’ reduce long distance rates or! some classes of calls to points within the state beginning April 1. ’ 1965. / The late night rates Wthll 3“ present go into effect at 9:00 37- m. to points within Texas start- ing: April 1 will go into effect at 8:00 p. m. instead of 9:00 p- m- and continue until 4:30 a. m. the fol- lowing morning. The late night Texas rates.v.'ill apply Duly W ,statiomto-station calls charged 1‘” Inspection of the proposed “9‘7"; cally or to a credit card. If 1 Per column inch s...__~s__. Consecutive runs. same ad, : Per Col. inch .70! : Standing ad classifieds, Per col. inch per month ....$2.50 READERS ‘ Announcements, Notices. Political. Card of Thanks, 4c Per Word 15 ' . . .. -h'~ra m . , girl 20 60 .90 1-50 1.80 Regmtered 31th Smile)?” . Any inquiries in this respect shouldi Cr ddud khan“ or to 3 end ‘ l 30 1.40 2.00 240 Land Surveying, SuDlelSlonS :be made to Mr Em)“ P Mv rs i0” - T d t Ch g h 25 1.00 1,75 250 300 Well Locations 3 Qhould W'u' ~ ~91 ' A still further reduction will be I 0 C0“ uc arm . C 00] I 30 1.20 210 300 350 AERIAL SURVEYING la ‘geement ~t’hat :1 {Ea-:3 placed into effect April 1 on Sun-l The lovely and charming, Mrs. Tom Purse] courses, such as the one outlined for Ath- 35 140 2.45 3.50 4.20 209 E. Corsicana Phone 0115-5906 lagcompemabie in‘tereict’":,;:;:;{lai‘ statmn-to-station calls with; of Dallas, Will conduct the charm school, ens, with very successful res-tilts, and has 40 1.60 2.80 4.00 4.80 BOB.BAK.ER “CK HEAP—V ,fumish a~ mm of this- {ease aginhl‘exas. The late night rater; sponsored by the Athens Pilot Club, each stated that the course would he of great * 50 2‘00 3‘20 4'80 6’00l OR 55519 " HU 9_2§§1 other evidence-m sustain the prci-l;1la‘l,cnr:f::t 3318100 ,9 m-tffwx: Thursday in March and the first Thursday help to any woman in an}: slimliozir wheth- g. ' ~ ‘ ‘ 1 k cf ,pertl' interest to this office. Right: .1“, “1 “mm.” “uh”: in April. Mrs. Pursel’s experience includes er young or old and trar school trials should I A110,.er 50 wows 4c per word Athens -. aa m ; f _ ' :Sunday and Sunday nxght or un-: . . . . . insertion 3 i rd f .0 “a; negotiations and settle— m 430 a‘ m. Manda“ For ex_ moreling instructor as well as free lance especially he encouraged to attent... . c per “0 “as am 19 a h _ - modeling. She has conducted several 3311 consecutive insertion p ' t We minute Station ‘0 14‘de 3 bedroom brick home, one hath. Lot 80 x 120. Low down pay- ment- Payments cheaper than rent. Contact GLEN WARREN, Trini- dad. .__5tf .\_ 1' R SALE on TRADE: Spacious bedroom, 2 bath brick home in ens._ Brick floors in kitchen, gm“ dining combination, Bal- ‘ME 0! home carpeted through- - Patio glass door, 2 car facili- , ‘ Pretty lawn, TV and tele-’ 038 jacks throughout. Kitchen has walk-in pantry. Other fea- tures include draperies, central e 3"“ air conditioner. Priced to or will consider trade in 5‘." i « ff Trinidad area. Contact . T- CRAIG, Athens. IR SALE: 3-Bedroom Brick§ h . 1', 2 bath, built in stovew ' gafimg unit, ducked for air con- f ’- ,"°mng. Call J. A. McLain.. 1’" 442; Pho. Farmers & Ranch Western Wear P. 0- BOX 96 -:- Ladies ‘ s‘nozs ‘ HIGH HEELS o STAG SPECIAL! I SHOES ‘ O 0 LOT of LINGERIE .nwv M 'L w 1" KmTD BUILDING '80 J Professional 722 E. Tyler Au. FLATS \W NEW 5mm DWIGHT A. JONES. O. D. OPT OMETRIST 220 S. Palestine. P. O. Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons ATHENS, TEXAS Phone on 5.2597 Baker & Hearn Surveying Co. Campbell's Expenwmhmudngand ll Junk? Repair the highway right of way ac—g m“ be 3-80 . f T l h h on 5.3132 Athens, Tex. quisition, or if you desire to make; . . ‘0 00 mt ot er l inquiry concerning possible reim-‘Trmldad F. H. A- Contral Monument Works. “Home of Quality Memorials” Corsicana 8: Kerens Charles H. Harrison. ROP- Kerens, Trinidad, Malakofl Kerens EX 6—2655 HOW LONG? Perhaps too long since you‘ve had a podni: 07ml! 0 Your Family * Phone OR 5400! Now of For a Sitting at REED STUDIO ers Supply Store KERENS, TEXAS Export 6-2881 _. CALL COLLECT Grain' Feed. Fertilizer, Wire, Steel Posts, Hardware Anhydmns Ammonia, Jumbo Saddles, Mohawk Tires Remmington Ammunition ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF WESTERN APPAREL Select From A Trailer Load -_ All styles and Calors K 0 OTHERS BARGAIN PRICED X—f/ $3 DRESSES BABGMN PRICED SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY-SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19-20 The . Spot Miles 80. on Palatine Higme ATHENS. TEXAS ments for this project are the re- right of way indicates that it will; Tramme“ also Stated that Guy: T - _; . ' be necessary to re.ocate the adver Ignites on the same date, Wm 1.9-: tising signs. owned b‘,’ your Co duce rates on Smtionhwswfiani pany or advertismg your producing mus m mints .within the state; ,at the deSignated pomta deSCl’ll)(5d~' piaced on Saturdays from 4:30 “my; in the enclosed attachment. ‘ ' . Etil 55:00 p. m. For instance, all MOur lEnmriger. Mr. Elton P.:pre$em the charge for a_ three! 39”» “ate at Athens- Tex“: minute station-to-station call 9189-, g/is‘liln l(:ihargiedof this pl]:lech and heel ed on Saturday from Malakoff m! ; Wi e g a to wor with your; E} p. a -. . pl ,representative in respect to the’, dho 15 $150 The new rd L ' ,will be $1.30. This will also ap— :scope of needed adjustments andiply only m Station‘uystafion can,“ -‘the deSired timingr of such work. gsponsibilities of Henderson Coun— ty. Should it be established thati you hold property interests which should be negotiated as a part of" station call placed on Sunday from Malakoff to E1 paso at present cost $1.30. The new Sunday T359 l l bursements for adjustment of your signs, it will be necessary that you contact directly the appropriate County officials. Yours very tru- ly, W. W. Potter, District En- gineer by H. B. Rowland, Chief District Right of Way Agent_ ‘ cc: Mr. Elton p_ Myers, senior The theme of the party was a . Re 'd t - combination of Valentine 'and as? en Engineer, Athen-s’ Tex ESPTIHS A huge mural depicting . . . . k scene w ed and a para— The Sign indicated in the let- a par as “5 ter is the Chamber of Commerce iglgibfgrmffu a canopy over the Sign placed on the W. D. and C. E. ‘ g p. i The Trinidad Chapter of the Future Homemakers had their second annual Valentine Party on the night of February 13, at the Texas Power and Light Company's assembly building. be well and back to normal routine Conduct Clothing refreshments of cookies and punch shoes for the children of the Southern Applachian Mountains. In a letter to the schools, the Federation said, “It is the respon~ sibility of all Americans to help the people of the southern Appa- lachian Mountains in their des- rate stru le against poverty. We are urgigngg the school children of America to share this responsi- bility by collecting all the wear- able clothing and sturdy shoes they can for the children of ap- bin. many instances a single coat or pair of shoes is shared by broth- Tax Consultant “A COMPLETE TAX SERVICE” Coleman Bldg. Office OR 5-5328 0 ‘ Athens, Texas Res. OR 53785 turn of a day in school. Some boys and girls actually drop out of school, rather than face the moun- tain winters in wornout shoes and a threadbare coat.” This is the 23rd Annual Cloth- ing Collection for Save the Chi]. dren Federation. Anyone wishing to contribute clothing and shoes to this worth- while cause should bring the cloth- ing to the schools at any period during the school hours. _________..___——-——-—- RITES (continued from Page 1) was in the Malakoff City Ceme- tery. Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. The Malaka Chapter No. 1012 of the Eastern Star were in charge of the graveside rites. Mrs. Turner was a school teach- er in the New Caney school sysa tem at the time of her death. She had been a member of the New Caney faculty for the past'three years, and had also taught in the Navarro and Henderson County schools. Mrs. Ruth Riddlesperger Turner was born on February 11. 1911 here in unhkoff, where she at- tended the Molokai! schools. Upo gradmtion from Mala~ NOTICE Effective February 21. We Will Be Cloud Sun. days until Further Notice. Thank You MRS. RUBY McLAIN EAST HIGHWAY 31 11mm Massey Feed Seed EX 6-2860. collect 10-20-10 58-00 say/2.0-00 53-00 listens. Texas Fertilizer Brands John Deere. Hid. Armour, Mam Sadr: or Bulk 4 TONS or MORE DELIVERED FREE 11 kofl High School She attended Lon Morris College in Jacksonville and later earned her B. S. and M. S. degrees at East Texas State Col- l in Commerce. egS‘lle‘ is survived by her husband, Coy Allen Turner. and a baby daughter. Martha Sue. of New My- . p Other Sin-vim are one Sister, Mrs. Walter B. Gibb- of Anahmc. two other brothers, Arthur Riddle- * IW of Honey Grove and hang at Danton. TATTLIN' ON TOOL SICK, SICK. SICK is the news{ talking stage and into actual com, happening} struction. ‘scarce indeed. Mothers stayed hop~l the tower which is located on the;4.6 points per game. ping either taking care of the ail- ing kiddos or chasing after the} George Pierce for that purpose. well ones all last week while the schools were closed. We can speak for the entire community when we say we wish the old “flu” or whatever bug would get lost and cattle and baby calves out of the and, as a freshman, is due to see fast, so that we can all once again flooded areas along the bottom To the brighter Side, our com- munity is proud to report that the new water system is beyond the. 3, l Y Miss Linda Sharp was chair- .hw .._--_--A_... -— te i l City Sl.p1::8p€;:3 ’thg‘eggnihesi dEasil man of the decorating committee , the highfiay; _. ., . ° land all decorations used were, ff SChOOIS To made by each of the members The l l ~ were made by the high scth Im' t Wee i ’ Dr- DeGnath homemaking class. ve Nex k l OPTOMETRIST Mrs. Billy Freeman, sponsor, The Malakoff Schools are con-l East Sid; and Miss Linda Story, resident,l ducting a clothing’ drive from Feb-g ‘ square D b ' 2? Phone 3238 mm. Tm! presented the F. H. A: sweetheart wary 22 to Fe ruary J. I l pins to Lee Nolan. Eugene Thomas The schools here are Jommg 6% and Chuck Powers. with the Save the Children Fede- ration drive to collect clothing and ers and sisterswcach taking their-l Page Seven l TEAM l (continued from page 1) Work has begun on years to Play. Lynn has averaged lacre of land purchased froml Returning guards are Marilyn lSmith, Sandra Andrews, Sharon , Hoskins and Jackie Souza. Alth h 't f l 'f th ' i . oug gmeu or e um Marilyn Smith has played a :around here, cowboys have been; riding for days trying to get the large amount 0f ban this year. a great deal more action in the years to come. i Funeral. services were held for sand”- Andrews has lettered I Bill Landmm. brother of Mrs. two years as a guard and will be 8. Bruce Smith, Monday afternoondgtane, next year, ' Mr. Landrum had been ill and con- i . . fined to a Dallas hospital for the 033;"igggfriggggggypg,f;r P’mm" “"3 Weekg' 92; Paula Rogers, 164; Lynn‘C/aff-r ey, 65 and Prissy Hear-n, 35. The Malakoff News would like to extend congratulations to the the home Of “my parents and Senior girls for their fine year .grandparents, the Clarence Johngin basketball and at the same sons' M‘Mmflw __ ’time, look forward to the high- ' spirited team to come . lands of the Trinity river. Mrs. James Whitaker and daughters spent the weekend in Mrs. Pauline Rushing had as her; weekend guests her daughterdz Miss Erline Rushing and Ronnie Bynum of Houston. Mrs. Janell Pruitt was homes at a movie party Saturday night for her sons and a group of their friends. Well the basket ball game is over, but some of us haven’t been the same since. If Eustace had got cancelled her game, we might not of had to face ALL THOSE lYOUNG MOTHERS from Kemp. «There is one thing for sure, We ldidn’t win the game but we did" build up a pretty impressive score for OLD GALS. The final score was 33 to 31. (continued from page 1) their new home. Three of the? children, Odessa, now Mrs. Fred Johnston, Byron and Claude all own their own homes in Trinidad and Mrs. Archie Loftin, Lola Bell. plans to retire there. When asked if he had any plans for the property Mr. Byron said. “Not at this particular time but the house was becoming an eye- sore to the town and we decided it was best to dispose of it." LINDA YATES Linda Yates Merit Award Miss Linda Ruth Yut's. senior in the Trinidad lligh School and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yates. was presented a National ’ .. i HENDERSON COUNTY afloat Scholarship anaro this COWBOYS WILL RIDE THE SALT GRASS TRAIL Several Henderson County cow- boys and at least one cowgirl are preparing for the Salt Grass Trail Ride which begins Saturday, Feb— ruary 20. The ride is down the old Salt Grass Trail from Bren- ham to Houston along the route followed by cattle drives a hun- dred years ago. The ride will cover a distance of 90 miles with four nights on the trail. The last camp will be in Mom- orial Park in Houston on Tuesday night. On Wednesday the riders will parade through downtown Houston to celebrate the opening of the Houston Stock Show and Rodeo. Two thousand riders and 775 chuck wagonspre expected to participate in this year’s ride. Those from Henderson County who will participate are Bill Kugle, Kandy Kugle, Bill Kugle Ill, Herschell Ledbetter, John Buck Scarborough and Thomas Wylie. Curtis Malone of Tyler will be with the Henderson County group. , .. The awagd was presented for her outstcn'ling performance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in 1964. . One of the purposes of the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Test is to identify able and promisinz stu. dents throughout the country and to encourage them to continue their education. This test was tak- en in the spring of 1964 by 807.000 students and was administered in 117.0% participating high schools in accordance with standard in- atructions as attested by an of- ficial of the high school. On the basis of Linda's test scores. she was one of 38,000 stu— F dents who received this Letter of Comméndation. The students re- ceiving this Letter, together with the'14,000 students who arexFinaL ist and will receive Certificates of Merit, constitute about 2 percent of all secondary school