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February 26, 1965     The Malakoff News
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and Malakoff and Trinidad CONTAC FOR COLDS $1.49 NASPIRIN for those who cannot take aspirin BUFFERED ASPIRIN 100 for 98c THROAT LOZONGES 39e to $1.00 INHALERS 49e to 75c COMPOZ & AVA TRANQUIL for tension $2.00 EX 6-2860, collec Kerena, Texas .m, 10-20-10 58.00 16-20-00 63.00 Y -O-O0 68.00 88.00 Brands 3ohn Deere, Hid. our, MathiNon Sacks or Bulk 4 TONS or MORE DELIVERED FREE ! alt 1.00 Cotton Seed Meal 3,10 Cotton SNd Cake 3.60 100cc 1.7S best leaders in the state, but it took a while for others to find it out. Mrs. Joyce Lewis, sister-in-law to J. D. was selected as first al- ternate to the'State Forum. This is certainly a high accomplishment itself. Speaking of our adult lead- ers, we have a wonderful group of dedicated volunteer 4-H club adult leaders in Henderson County who contribute their time, effort and money to promote and assist the 4-H club program, and they serve without pay. To assist them in reducing their 1964 income taxes we have infor- mation which lists a number of items they may claim as chari- table deduetion~ provided the lead- e~- itemize their deductions. Among the items are out of pocket transportation expense, in- cluding the cost for use of cars or trucks to and from 4-H sponsore4 events, necessarily incurred in rendering donated service to 4-It. Actual unreimtmrsed expenses incurred by 4-H adult leaders in attending contests, training vour~ es, and other 4-H sponsored events. This includes meals, lodg- ing and trausportation expenses while away from home. Also expen~ for the cost and maintenance of uniforms and em- blems required to be worn in per- forming the volunteer service and cash contributions and contribu- tions in kind, such as equipment, paints and other upplies. The amount to deduct is the fair ma)- ket value at the time the gift was made. No deductions are allow- able for the time contributed. Leaders who claim deductions by itemizing their accounts are en- couraged to keep accurate records throughout the year. Stephen Bell of I~Rue is making plans to leave with his scramble heifer to go to Houston March 1. The heifer is shaping up real well and Steve has done a real good job with her. Most all of the boys and girls ealvos for our r wmbe p -- CHEVROLET COMPANY -- MALAKOFF, TEXAS Let Royall-Waller Take Care Of That Worry With A Week Only including plugs points & conde a ers 1958 V-8 Chevrolet Bel GM 4 Door Power Gluid$ Radio Heater $