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TH AK The Methodist Church E MAL OFF NEWS [ - MR. J. H. RIDGEWAY Page Two~':Ti~riday, February 26, 1965 Malakoff, Texas l Rev. Hollis Flarity, Pasior |~ Those enjoying the birthday t~.eV ttOLttS PlarlLv. pasLor oit ~. ~ ~ ~y T~. . ~. ~. '. ,;] o.lnner o[ ruogewayinDiS First Methoamt irmlaaa wml. . ' " nomebunaay were nrlll~ a messase on "W HAT I z " k" D " Mr and Mrs Glen Roy Leo- IRS. ALEX JOHNSTON EX ERY METHODIST C:N 0 I ;- *~ ~,-~-- ~I-,--~-~, w--shi~pard, Mr. and Mrs. ,Butch Ridge- " "" ~^ *" Tub. way .~lr ana :nrsdames do n- service a~ to:6o a. m. znrs. v ' Countswill direct the music. [ s.ton mid gem, Mr. and Mrs,Har- e Church School will be held atmn An'nearL ~eve anu t, ioma, 9:30 a. m. Members and visitorsMrs. J. T. Jones. Mrs. R. M. Pho. PR 8-2457, Trinidad are urged to attend. Parks all of Trinidad; Ken and G. A. GIRLS ENJOY VALENTINE SUPPER The G. A. girls held a Valentine Supper at the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church Monday night. They used the decorations and setting of th e Senior L'anquet which carried out the Valentine colors of Red and White. The regular G. A. lesson was held at 4:00 p. m which was the study on Alaska. From 5 to 6 p. It is planned that there will be some special music from the church to help out in the afternoon wor- ship service at Cedar Lake nurs- ing home in Malakoff at 3:00 p. m. Rev. Flarity has charge of the service on Sunday The pastor will bring a mes- sage on "FROM DEATH TO LIFE" (Ephesians 2:1-10) in the 7:00 p. m. evening wohship. Miss Marilyn Hoskins will direct the music program for the evening worship. The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service will meet Monday at TRINIDAD BAND MEMBERS Two senior members of the Trin- idad Trojan band participated in the All Senior Band Concert which was held at the East Texas State College in Commerce Saturday, February 20, at 7:00 p. m. Miss Marilyn Hoskins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Hoskins, Trumpet, and Mr. Bill Redwine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Red- wine, Clarinet were the partici- pants. These two students received par- ticipation awards. o-- MRS JAMES WILLIAMS HOST FOR S. S. PARTY The lovely home of Mrs. James Williams was the scene of the reg- ular monthly meeting of the Gleaners Sunday School party, Thursday, at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Ches- ter Bradley was co-hostess. Mrs. Toby C~)unts gave the de- votional with Mrs. John French giving the prayer. Nine members were present with Mrs. Jim Williams as guest. o- WSCS CONTINUES STUDY Woman's Society of Chris-[ Service met at 2:00 p. m.I with Mrs. John French[ the meeting. Mrs. Bryon[ gave the prayer George Uhrich continued on Gen. J2:1-3 the sub- "What does it mean to of God?" members were present the story of Abraham. O. W. J. BRIGHTWELL DORCUS CLASS The Dorcus Class of First Bap- tist Church of Trinidad held their regular class party in the home of Mrs. W. J. Brightwell Thurs- day from 2 to 4 p. m. Mrs. W. P. Dunn brought the devotional from the 12th chapter of Romans. Plans were made for this project for the next monthly meeting to make baby layette to send to an orphanage. Refreshments of frozen parfait with cookies and coffee were served to the ladies. Mrs. C. E. Hughes who has been in Dallas for some time is spend- ing a few days a~ her home here. m. their time was spent on a 2:00 p. m. study book on, "Dark A Creeping" The Choir Practice will be held which is on Mission work on the at 7:00 p. m. on Wednesday, Mrs. mountains of Kentucky. Toby Counts in charge. There were four intermediatesI The monthly meeting of the Of- and 13 juniors to enjoy the supperI ficial Board will meet at 7:30 p. and delicious Valentine cup cakes. I m C. D. Wheatley, Chairman, Mines. Pat Airheart, Cleo Tay- lor, W. W. Grey~n, Glover Mc- Clintock and Willard Currey serv- ed the girls. O Mrs. Glen Roy Leopard visited Mrs. Laura Mac Lewis at Cross Roads Monday. --O~ MRS. POINDEXTER HOSTS METHODIST CLASS PARTY The Dorcus Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church, Trini- dad, held their class party in the Educational Building Thursday. Group No. Three was in charge and Mrs. J. B. Poindexter acted as leader. After a business meeting, a social hour was enjoyed. Cherry pie, topped with whipped cream and coffee was enjoyed hy the fol- lowing ladies: Mmes. Jim Williams, H. E. Mar- low, R. H. Lanier, Mary Stan- field, Bertie Truss, C. M. Lince- cum, Fred Johnston, W. B. Jack- son, Fo w I e r C. Lucus, C. C. Wright, A. L. McCrackin, P. F. Prine, Edna Langridge, A.M Us- born, E.R. Morrison. ---o--- Those attending the funeral of Mrs. Ruby Opetiz Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brightwell, Mrs. Vernon Franks, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Uhrich and ~r. and Mrs. A. L. Arnett. ---o-- Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miller were their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller, Bob Miller and Sue Gilbert, all of Abilene. presiding. Cv First Baptist Church Rev. Vernon Roberson, Pastor There were 48 in Sunday School Sunday with a collection of $136.00. Miss Gloria Airheart and Miss Eugenia Currey brought the spec- ial music. Rev. Roberson brought the message on "What Does the Lord Require." There were 19 in Training Un- ion. -O Those attending the Tenth An- nual Festival at the College audi- torium Campus in Commerce, Saturday, February 20 were: Bill Redwine, who pla~s- a clarinet, and l I who placed in the Gold Band;I Marilyn Hoskins, who placed in l the Blue Band. Others attending were Mr. Spencer, Steve Airheart, Mary Nell French, Mrs. Alton Red~'ine and Mrs. Hays Hoskins. i -O Mrs. L. R. Olson is visiting her daughter and family in Dallas. Mrs. Olson was ill and her daugh- ter and husband came after her and carried her home with them. Mrs. Olson may have to undergo surgery. "O Mrs. C. T. Simmon and sister, Mrs. Theo Walker were in Tyler Monday on business. Mrs. Ray Yates and Mrs. A. L. Stanfield were in Athens, Satur- day. Kevin Franks of Houston, Mrs. Maude Glover of Athens and Mr. and Mrs. Ridgeway. O DINNER HONORS MRS. ROZELL; S. A. BALLARD Those enjoying the birthday dinner of Mrs. R. R. Rozell and S. A. Eallard in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rozell Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ballard, Don and Killeen, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mutt of Irving; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and children of Dallas; Minuard Rozell and family of Carrollton, Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Daniels and baby of Dallas; Terry Rozetl of Garland, Mrs. Rose Wheatley of Malakoff and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rozell. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS TO Dorris Garrett Feb. 27 Mrs. Steve Land Feb. 27 Mrs. Johnnie Hughes .Feb. 27 Jewel Story Feb. 28 Lori Ann Tidmore Feb. 28 Mrs. A. M. Osborn .March 4 Rev. Joe Stiner March 4 O" W. J. Brightwell spent several (.lays in Louisiana recently on bus- mess. Recent .~mests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brightwell were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schacher, Bob McCormick, and OIga More- land all of Tyler. ~O~ Mrs. Floyd Spi,~/, Mrs. Garry Spivey, Mrs. Larkin Garrett and Mrs. Joe Gillehmd visited in Ath- ens Thursday. Mrs. Oran Winston, and Mrs. Larkin Garrett visited their sis- ters, Mrs. Floyd Spivey, Mrs. Cecil Young and Miss Vinnie Pea- vy in Tool Wednesday. 0 Jimmy Poindexter was in Trin- idad to visit his father, J. B. Poin- dexter and grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Poindexter. He was on his way to Panama City, Florida to work as a disc-jockey and engineer. --o-:------ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilbanks and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Lee Abee and Julie of Mes- quite spent the weekend in Hous- ton with Mr. and. Mrs. James Parks brother of Mrs. Wilbenks. -Q OO00O / If you want one of the world's finest handcrafted luxury cars, look to Rolis-Royce. But if you want a popular-priced car, consider4his: By test,* Fords rode even quieter than a Rolls-Royce. And quiet means quality--the '65 Ford is exceptionally strong, well designed, solidly built. Prove it, firsthand, with s test drive Feel Ford's Solid Quality 100% new body--strongest ever on a Ford n Frame "tunes out" vibration New suspension puts a big ultrasoft coil spring at each wheel Inspect Ford's Luxurious New LTD's Decorator im~riors, thick nylon carpeting Walnutlike vinyl inserts on doors and instrument panel Rear-seat center arm rests, five ash trays (4-door hard- tops), padded instrument panel, and more {~ TM 3M CO, Elegant nylon-vinyl upholsteries--treated with Scotch- gard to resist soiling, pleated for luxury appearance Test Ford's New Power Big, new 289-cu. in. V-8 standard in XL's and LTD's New Big Six--biggest Six in any car. Not available in XL's or LTD's. Test-drive a '65 Ford. "Letding acoestical cmwulttnts ~tzted tests In wh~ 19~ Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan, ~L and LTD Hardtops) with 289- u. in. V-8 ensues and automatic transmissions rode quieter titan a mew Rol~- Royce. These tests were certified by the U.S. Auto Chtb. Test Drive Total Performance '65 Best year yet to go Ford! 1965 Ford Galaxie f~0 LTD 4-Door Hardtop I WEST HIGHWAY 31-- MALAKOFF, TEXAS Ballew Hines of San Antonio Ruddy Opetiz of McKinnev vis- has been here x~itb his parents,I ited with Mr. and Mrs. ~'. J. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hines, recupe- Brightwell and Mrs. Vernon rating from pneumoma. !Franks, Monday. ,F O- Miss Margaret Jean Hines of! Mr. and Mrs. John Mann of Dal- weekcnd!las visited relatives, Mrs. Bertie Nacogdoches spent the Truss and Mrs. Rub)" Taaffe, Mon- with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. day. B. Hines. I " We were sorry to hear death of Charlie Fort, law of Mrs. Frank Fort lived in Tyler vices were Monday. .O Mrs. R. H. Lanier and E. Green visited in Dallas day. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Long and granddaughter, Angel Sanders, of Fort Worth spent Friday night and Saturday with he r mother, Mrs. J. T. Jones and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Airheart. -------o-------- George Stucker of Dallas spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Stucker and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hancock. --O--- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Airheart and Patty Dean were in Athens Satur- day. BRING YOUR LAUNDRY TO US When You Bring Your Dry Cleaning WE REPRESENT THE ATHENS LAUNDRY PICK UP DAYS ARE MONDAYS AND YOU CAN PICK IT UP AGAIN AT O~R SHOP DRY Clem:d .f). Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stanfield visited in Athens Sunday. --------o-- The Community Singing was held at the Methodist Church last Sunday. Mrs. Vernon Franks and chil- dren, Kevin and Kern, of Houston spent several days with her moth- er, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brightwell. Mrs. Brightwell returned home with them on Wednesday. .O Postal Service Infornmtion -- Ai letter returned to the sender as undelivered can not be re-mailed in the same envelope. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac. Green of Garland and Miss Carolyn Ann Green of Dallas spent the week- end with their mother, Mrs. W. E. Green. -t} Beauft~rd Wrigh~ of Rusk visi:- ed his n:other. Mrs. C. C. Wrixbt, Thursday. Little Pmn Sullivan of Dallas is spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston and Mrs. R. R. Sullivan, / If You Can't Eat At Home, We Suggest The Next Best Plac~ CAFE Malakoff, Texas N. Terry St. Serving Daily Except Sunday / H Final Rites Are Held For Miss Eula Barton; Judson Baptist Church Funeral services or Miss Eula Barton, 76, of Athens, who died in a nursing home in Athens Saturday night after a long illness, were held Monday at 2 p. m. at the Judson Baptist Church at Cayuga. The services were conducted by the Rev. Ben Hargrove and the Rev. Lee Ramsour and burial was in the Judson Cemetery. The Has sell and Foster Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Miss Barton was born at Cay. uga and lived there until moving to Athens two years ago. She was a member of the Judson Baptist Church. Survivors are three brothers, Horace Barton of Athens, Richard Barton of Cayuga and Allen Bar- ton of Corpus Christi. March 1-5 Ufe Stride makes the smart little walking shoe for going just about everywhere in complete On stacked heel. We at Citizens State Bank, pause to recognize tremendous important of our system of In 1965, we again pledge ourselves to an even active interest in the school systems and cooperation with the school boards, principals teachers and the students. Visit our schools during Public School n$ Shoe Store Your Family Shoe Store MALAKOFF, TEXAS Athens. Texas Member F.D.LC:"