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Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Lan- caster of Kerens attended a 75th birthday party at Fort Worth Sunday for a former Malakoff resident, Mickey Ma. e. The party was he in the East State Bark in Fort Worth with 250 persons attend- ing. Mr. Magulre is an uncle of Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Lancas- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Graham had as their visitor this week end, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gra- ham of Waco. It was the first time they had seen eech other in two years because Gary has just finished serving four years in Uncle Sam's Navy, part of which was on board the air- craft carrier America which was in the Vietnam area. Gary is now attending TIS College in Waco. Gary is Mr. Graham's nephew. Mrs. Lela Bell Dodson is in Ennis with her children, Mr. 'and Mrs. Bobby Carpenter, for an indefinte stay. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kilgore of Pasadena spent the week end before last with her parems Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patton. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Haddock, Charlotte and Greg, of Mes- quite, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McBride week end before LRtle Kim Locke was in M.- morial Hospital in Corsicarm last week undergoing tests for and undetermined iiness. She has been mxier treatment for several weeks. Kim is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Robert- son and Rlzmda, of Seagoville and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas from Washington, D. C., spent Sun- day with Mrs. Rebertson's mother, Mrs. T. T. Bradley, of Crescent Heights, to help her celebrate her birthday. They al. so visited Mrs. Maxis Robertson and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Roon and children. Barbara returned to her home in Washington, D. C., on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hoover spent Sunday afternoon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hoo- ver of Athens. Mrs. Ronnle Brownlow, Casey, Laurie and Benjamim of Jack- sonville are spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marls Drake and Sheriff and Mrs. J. W. Brownlow, of Ath- ens, while Ronnie is attending I I I I II I I Kindness Custom Care Sets reg. 29.95, 2.00 off Special Kindness Instant Setter ........ 19.95 Norelo Floor Dryer .................... 19.95 8-Piece Travel Hair Stter .............. 12,95 I SMITH DRUG & VARIETY Malakoff -- Phone 489-1220 IIIIIIIIII IIII I III I III THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Feb. 19, 1971 Page Eight a refresher Highway Patrol course in Austin this week. Mrs. Archie Mac Jofmson left Tuesday for Dallas where she will check into a clinic for more tests. Roy T. Griffin, wife and three children of Copperas Cove were guests Monday and Tuesday l the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Griffin. Mrs. W. W. Hardt has gone to Beaumont and San Antonio via- Ring with her children. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller were in Beaumont over the weekend visiting their daugh- ter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin King and Cheryl. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Waller of Quitman  Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. L. T. Waller, of Cedar Lake Nursing home. Mrs Francis Downey entered Memorial Hospital in Athens on Sunday and underwent minor surgery on Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Artlms and children, Pam, Cindy, and Ed- die, spent Sunday in Lufkin vis- Ring Ed's sister and her fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith who has a new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hearn were in Greenville Sunday via- Ring their dauger and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jrry Waller. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weeks were in Terrell Saturday right for a 37th wedding anmversary dinner honoring Mrs. Weak's parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Hennessee. Rev. and Mrs. Hen- nessee were in Malakoff on Sunday to atLond the fmmcal of Rev Earl Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Patti Powers of Port Neches visited Mr. and Mrs. John Powers and Mrs. Joe Barnett over the weekend. Also visiting in the Powe.' home was Paul Powers and Joe Randeli Barnett of Dallas. Mr. Jofm Powers was admit- ted to Memorial ttmpital in Athens on Monday with a little heart time up. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGrew and Brian of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Berry Watts of Ft. Worth visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore over the weekend. Bro. and Mrs. Irving's son, David, of St. Louis, Me., spent last week with them. Mr. and Mrs. Elrno Yarbro spent the weekend in El Dorado Arkansas, to celebrate Mrs. Yarbrough's mother's birthday. The WSC, S of the Methodist Church postponed ffeir meet- ing until Monday, March 1. They will conclude their study on Psalms at that time. Mrs. Marles Drake ac- comparded Mrs. Bill Dickson to Temple last Friday to pick up her husband for the week- end. Mr. Dickson is awaiting an opening at the Veterans Hospital in Dallas so that he may have open surgery. Mr. Frank Epperson of Ty- ler and Mrs. Gee of Athens vi- sited with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Griffin Sunday afternoon. Also Mrs. L. E. Tarkington and daughter, Mrs. Beth Swamon, and her two children, all of Kerens visited with the Grif- fins Sunday afternoon. The Tarkingtons once lived here and were next dour neighbors OF the Griffins. Mrs. Waymon Johnson of Galveston is visiting her moth- er-in-law, Mrs. Archie Mae Johnson of Malakoff and her mother, Mrs. Sally Carpenter of Trinidad, a few days this week. Russell Poison and his friend, Carol, from Marshall, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Poison and Shells of Tool. They attemied ,the banquet for young people on Saturday right given by tbe First Baptist Church of Malako. Randy Mm'oe arrived in Maiakoff on Friday to visit lds parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mon- roe and other relatives. Randy is in the U. S. Army stationed in California -- he returned to his  on Sunday. DON'T PLOW YOUR SAVINGS INTO THE GROUND! SALE SPECIAL! SALE SPECIAL! Form 33 30 26JAN 71 Now is the time to start thinking about spring planting and making repairs on farm implements. Instead of relying on your savings this season, take advan- tage of our low cost crop or farm repair loan and keep your savings above ground, earning that added interest. CITIZENS STATE BANK Since 1939 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Malako[[, Texas 75148 Fred Thomas Lives On A Machine i,'nends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred fund at Citizens State Bank, Thonms's medical and hospital etc. Other transplants ha* Thomas are 'starting a special Malakoff, to help with Mr. bills, quired $11,000 to $12,000. Donations may be made di- have already received a I rectly to the account. $3,000. which does not t T P& t Co To Spend Mr. Thomas who had both kid- the dialysis treatmonts , = neys and his spleen removed a been undergoing 3 times few weeks ago is awaiting a week, Tuesday, Thursday, $104 421 000 For Construction formedtratpiaras wtichsoon aswillthe bedOnOr,per" treatment;Saturday which coStnor the expoS150# y | (his uncle) recovers from a travel and the medicine. slight cold. Mr. Thomas is employe The operation is tentatively Hassell and Foster and t Texas Power & Light Com- In addition to its power plant scheduled for today and ff not when he comes off the nta pany will spend $104,421,000 for construction, the company will perhaps Monday. Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Thomas is a second g the construction of new facili- build or improve transmission said the doctors can not give teacher at Malakoff Ele ties in 1971, T. L. Austin, Jr., lines, substations and distribu- them a definite cost of the me(l- tary. They are the parea TP&L president, am-ounced. Lion lines and sere'ice centers cal costs since it will depend on two children a son, Ch The construction budget is in various parts of its service the outcome and length of stay years, and a daughter, D' the largest in the Company's area. in the hospital, complications, 3 years of age. 59-year history, and expendi- tures will allow TP&L to keep pace with the growing elec- trical demands of customers in its 51-county service area. A major portion of the ex- pense is involved in the con- struction of seven major gener- ating mails. When completed over the next several years, the new units will be capable of producing more than 4 million kilowatts of electric power. ' One unit is located on Trad- inghouse Creek near Waco; one unit near Savoy in North Texas Freestone y; two units near Mount Pleasant in Titus County and a generating unit in Hood County. The Freestone County and Titus County units will be owned jointly by TP&L Dallas Power & Light Com- pany and Texas Electric Ser- vice Company. Tax Man Sez If you haven't read your news- paper nor listened to yore" ra- dio or watched your TV, may- be you don't know that both the tax law and the income tax forms have cnged this year. The chae, ges in the law coupled with the clmnges in the tax fonm even though the, change were made at the suggestion of taxpayers to make the forms easier to understand makes it an absolute necessRy for you to y read those ta in- structions. The sooner you start studying the tax instruct- ions the better. "To be well-heeled tomor- row, you've got to be on your toes today." 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