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Mrs. O. A. Traelove, 67, died Thursday followin~ a severe heart attack. She had lived in Malakoff since 1919. The Trinidad Missionary Baptist Uhurch will celebrate the sixth a~niversary of the founding of the ehurdL Funeral services for Mrs. Wal- dren Beaird, 35, were held Monday wt the First Baptist Church with interment in the Malakoff Ceme- tery. The Malakoff Masonic Lodge and its ladies' auxiliiary, the Io- ea] Chapter of the Eastern Star, held a joint social event in com- memoration of the birthday of GeOrge Washington. Carey Mat-thews, 80, pioneer Texan and Malakoff resident for ,i!:/ FROM THE FILES OF THE MALAKOFF NEWS ~ Armored Division at Fort Hood. their home. Mr. Allen has accept- ~. ed a position with a well-known TEN YEASTS AGO texas. " s nsorin grocery concern in that city. The local P. T. A. is po ~ Patients in the hospital were past twenty-six years, died a "V~'omanless Wedding" at the high school auditorium. Joe Faulk will play the part of the bride ani Richard'Tanner will be the greet The Malakoff Woman's Club met last week with Mrs. LeRov Kirby and Mrs. A. L. Kirby acting as hostesses for the social hour. Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Frazier are the parents of a son, bern Feb- ruary 16 at the H. C. M. Hospital in Athens. The baby has been named Thomas Eugene. Mrs. Frazier is the former Miss Wan- da Trotman. For the second season, Sopho- more Judy Farmer was tops in scoring for the Malakoff Tiger- ettes with a 19.3 average. Bobbi Abbott boasted 10.7 and Hilda !Johnson had 8.6. Nancy Venable and Hilda Johnson are Seniors and will be leaving the lineup. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Allen and children are moving this week to Tyler where they plan to make Loretta Johnston, Trinidad, Mrs. C. O. Dodson, City, Terry Lynn Willingham, Cayuga, Mrs. Annie Wood, Tool, Brenda Mullins, Trin- idad and Miss Hazel McLain, City. Dismissals from the hospital in- cluded Ted Williams, Tool, Mrs. Martha Simmons, Dallas, Miss Betty Brannon. City, Mrs. L. H. Manning, Athens and LaDonna Rogers, City. Miss Hazel McClain, employee of Phillips Foods, is convalescing at the Kilman Hospital following surgery on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tomrnie Green of Grand Prairie announce the ar- rival of Martha Sue, weigh 7 pounds, 1-ounce. She was born at the Henderson County Memor- ial Hospital at 11:30 a. m Feb- ruary 23. Her mother is the form- er Miss Shirley Patten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patten of ~ Malakoff. This week's gifts to the ceme- tery fund include: Mrs. E d n a Army Corporal Lonnie Warren, of Mrs. Josie B. Warren of is a member of the 4th ~,Broyles, $2.50 and Miss Artie [~! The Malakoff Junior Class will ~t~-~#$ ]It present their play next week with /~i Donald Jordan, Loretta Sims, Car- By PAUL PHILLIPS ]]Iolyn Winters, Royce Shelton, Pat- i~fsy Wood, Sammie Trammell, Seth )] ] Ridgeway, Freddie Chambers, Jua- li~inita Cross, and Stanley Johnson. ~~t,t~,~ ~!!~~ the sponsor. tMalakoff school boy. is reported missing in action in Belgium. I James C. Spencer of Athens has -~t~~ been released from a Japanese [prison camp in the Phillippines. First Lt. Booth Tarkington, fora~erly of Kerens, was reported killed in action in Germany in Jan- c;ASlL .s.QA.Ce .EtPS I uary" P~)TECT LITTLE GIRL% LIKE IT DOE~ LITTLE ~,OY~-ASK. THE THIRTY YEARS AGO R. E. Yarbrough of Trinidad completed his course in Practical and Theoretical Radio and has been awarded his diploma by the National Radio Institute of Wash- ington, D. C. Eighteen Masonic I.~ggs in this section have been invited to at- tend t h e George Washington Birthday Masonic Program ~in Ath- ellS. Miss Therma Bartlett, who un- derwent an operation for appen- dicitis at the Navar-vo County Clin- ic in Corsicans recently, was able to return to her home here Sunday morning. Mrs. Lenora Rogers, 78, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Roster at Oak Cliff Sunday. Jesse Rushing, 49, was buried at the Smith Cemetery south of Ath- ens Wednesday afternoon. FORTY YEAI S AGO "BE SURE -- INSURE" Dial HU 9- 1 Offices in Malakoff and Trinidad 5:30 a. m. - 8:00 p. m. Phone PR 8-4461 TRINIDAD, TEXAS Master John Adams underwent a successful operation Tuesday for abscess of the lungs. Dewey Dodson was awarded $270 3.0/) in a damage suit agams~ the Cotton Belt Railroad by jury last Friday night. In the "Home Lighting Essay" appreciate that a hakc t here w,I make In your appear nml Our barb or, expem la ever style cut you prefwl ] aett's Barber Shop JOE BA.RNE'I~ CARROLL LEHR Funeral Home ~ ~ ~i!?~ Anything from a polish- ing wax to a new muff- ler whatever you need to keep your ear looking or running its best, we have in top quality at reason- able prices. conducted by the Texas Power andI Light Company, Miss Noreine Fo~-t ter won 2nd place of $15 and Mis~] Malakoff, Texas Lena Adams won 3rd place of $10./ --- 'FIFTY YEARS AGO Tr.IE MKLAKOFF NEWS Friday, February 26, 1965 Page Nine Seniors J. L. White and son, Barney, have just completed the rebuild- ing of the front of the News build- ing, which was destroyed a few weeks ago by a wind storm. W. B. Rogers is superintendi~; the operation of the new grist mill here. Mrs. W. R. Hall passed sway at the home of her daughter las~ Thursday. She was buried the following Saturday. . JUNIOR TRAINING UNION ]~%'JOY VALENTINE PARTY The Junior Training Union De- i partment enjoyed a Valentine Banquet Friday evening in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church. The Juniors had their parents as guests. ! Stanley Boyd gave the Invoca- tion after which the group was served a delicious meal of turkey and dressing, corn, fruit salad, [gravy, cranberry sauce, rolls, tea !and angel food cake with straw- berry icecream. Maurien Stogner welcomed the group with Jack Hearn giving the response. Mrs. M. L Drake led the group in a game of sweetheart letters. Mrs. Don Chambers di- This is the first of many cour- tesis that will be sho~'n the grad- uates during the remainder of the scholastic year. The entertainment~ area was gaily decorated in the Valentine motif. Mrs. John Quinn, Mrs. Roy Bostic and Mrs. Floyd Rayfield were in charge of this department. The '~r" shaped dining table was covered in white linen cloths with tiny red valentines p~ here and there on the skirt and large lacy valentines running the gamut of the table. The top of the "T' was centered with a huge bou- quet of red and white carnations nestled in white stock and green- cry and flanked on either side with crystal candelabra holding twin red tapers. On both sides of the bouquet was a large red and white heart seated in red fluted paper. Behind the speaker's table was a background of red hearts on i CA~I'I,EMEN TO ItOLD ICONVENTt(IN IN EL PASO in gold sequins. Hundreds of cattlemen are ex- The members of the First Bap- I tist Church of Trinidad honored The Rev. Vernon Roberson, pas- [)ected to gather in Hotel Paso Del the 1965 graduating class of the tor of the church, offered the in- Norte m El Paso, March 15-17, for Trinidad High School Tuesday Ivocation and Mrs Margaret Cur the 88th annual convention of the evening with a banquet which wasl ry, president of the W. M. U gave] Texas and Southwestern Cattle held in the reception room of the the welcoming address. DouglasI Raisers Association. church. Jordan made the response. Joe S. Fletcher of Fort Worth, The guest speaker for the eve- TSCRA secretary-general roans- ning, Rev. Robert Moran, t~astor of West Athens Baptist Church was introduced by Rev. Rober- son. In his talk, Rev. Moran stressed to the group of young people that they must set their goal in life and continuously work toward that end. He reminded them that whether they made a success or failure of their life de- i Pended in great part on them. Win. F. Story, superintendent of the school, gave the benediction. The members of the graduating class are Misses Paula Peebles Suzie Wheatley, Ann Marlow, Lin- da Yates, and Marilyn Hoskins and Messers. Douglas Jordan Mike Mitchum, Bill Redwine Butch Sexton and Chuck Powers. The dinner menu consisted of ham, green beans almondine, ap- ple rings, creamed potatoes, wal- dorf salad, hot rolls, chocolate pie ad tea or coffee. ger, said the three day program will include discussions on matters of primary interest to cattle pro- ducers in committee meetings, talks by top livestock authorities, and the traditional "Cattleman's Ball." ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SEALED BIDS will be received in the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Malakoff Independent School District for one (1) 1956 CHEVROLET SCHOOL BUS. This equipment may be seen at Mala- koff High School, Malakoff, Tex- as. Bid proposals may be secured by contacting, Neal Lawson, Supt, Bids will be opened at 7:30 p. m March 8, 1965. The school reserv- ed the right to accept or reject any bid submitted for the best in- terest of the school. rected the singing with Mrs. C. w h i te and an arrangement of C. Lake accompanying on the red and white pom pores and two piano. Several other musical hum- cupids offering red hearts. A bers were presented, piano on the right of the room t Tom Boyd was the speaker for also carried out the theme with a he evening. His message con- bouquet of red camellia, twin can- slated of the different loves of delabra and two cupids offering young people and their decisions red hearts. of future life. Large horn rimmed bespeckled Keith Hearn and Gayle Fry fluted owls wearing a mortar- were chosen by the Juniors in a board and carrying diplomas aid- secret ballot to be King and Queen ed the guests in finding their of the banquet. Due to the illnes~ proper seating. The programs of Gayle, Carolyn Vieregge pre- were enclosed in a royal blue bind- sided in her place. Mrs. M. L.I ing with "T. H. S. '65" embossed ~ I)rake presented them with a gold crown and a box of Valentine candy. Keith Hearn dismissed the group with a prayer. ,The theme of the banquet was 'Valentines on Ice." The hall was beautifully decorated to carry out the theme. J. B. WILLINGHAM Tax Consultant "A COMPLETE TAX SERVICE" Coleman Bldg. @ Athens, Texas Office Res. OR 5-5328 OR 5-3785 CH URCHMOUSE'S CORNER Were You in Church Sunday? If not, Why? Excuse me, did you say, "I don't like the preacher. He doesn't preach on the things I like to hear from the pulpit. If we could only get rid of him and get another preacher I might come to church." Well, brother, try this: 1. Look him straight g~.~ ~re while he is preaching, ~l~a.y "torten" once in ~ whi~. E[~ ~l~h him- self to death in a few weel~ 2 Pat him on the back and brag on his good points. [[eql work him- self to death. 3 ~]~ededieate your own life to Chri~ and ask the preacher to give yo~ a job to do. He'll die of heart failure. 4. Get the church to unite in prayer for the preacher, and he will soon be- come so effective some larger church will take him off your hands. Now, wasn't that a poor ex- cuse for not being in church Sun- day ? More next week. Sincerely, --THE CHURCHMOUSE Make this your onedstop headquarters for auto accessories, parts and suppli I MALAKOFF, TEXAS e Whoi . ] ,dl coo oee @ All "fir: t steps" (including baby's) are im- portar t. Especmlly important is your first step toward making the future secure and happy for your family (including baby). This, of course, is to open a savings account here and set-up a pur- poseful program of systematic saving! OUR OTHER BANKING SERVICES: @ Checking Accounts @ Low-Cost Personal Loans @ Automobile Loans Home Improvement Loess Small Business Loans Safe Deposit Boxes Letters of Credit Traveler's Checks e Trimidad, Texa Member F.D.I.C