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March 5, 1965

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TIlE ~I~I~KOF~ NEWS 9th at 7:30 p. m. in the Corn ~MRS DAN" TAYLOR HOSTS Mrs. lony A-'rice 1s l=lonorecl I P %RTY" ~'OR'MYF GROUP I " i 1" 5 Malakoff Texas!munity Center where fanuly ,- i i- WeE i With Wedding Shower Feb. 25th :," , Ire( rm wn, .e Lur.~u. . "" j i j The nome of Mrs. Dan TayJ ~ ;~ .:~ : . i hope that each family m Bethel E : : Mines. Eddie Gflham, Evelyn Tony Price, the former Cecilia Jr. of Malakoff was the see Ira . m~ qe. I~ ! ~ ~ IP W ~W ~ I1~ iis working up ~ good fa,mly iDrake, Beulah Avant and Fran- Wharton of Timpson, Texas. last Friday evening for a Ju~ J~- ~ b ~ ~l ~ A ~l D L I N b ~ e rdcOASTING IS EASY ~ ~:~:~ ::| ~:~ :: ~ ces Johnson were hostesses The shower was at the home tar. Methodist Youth fello~' : By HAROLD SPANN, Comtiy Agen~ Many communities have Thursday, February 20 for a of Mrs Johnson and the hon-ship party. Mrs Elmo Ya~ : wedding shower honoring Mrs.!oree received lovely and useful brough was co-hostess. .~ coasted along on the efforts of ~i~i;!Ii~: ~I : ! i gffts from the many guests. The group of young people t those who founded and de e op ~ ~i,~ii:!;?~;~:?i!:?;i~ ::;: i! ! Mr. an Mrs.Dixo who called between the hours ofi enjoyed playing games, afte~ By HAROLD SPANN as will hold a sale begmnmgt .~ inty Agricultural Agent at 12:30 p. m. March 13 in the ~ne commum~y ~mprovemeuv ~ :~ ~::~; ~ ~:: j Have 45" Axmlversary 1" 7:30Theandtable9:30was p" w~th a,ed.Which refreshments were ser~ ~ ~ pink and blue linen cut work} Those in attendance were: siry neafter haSthe recentbeen insoaking[versity,gOod Deef CattlecollegeCenterstation.A & MAUni-tot.j program.tinual withdrawalsWe have madefrom c n-lour ~[ [~[ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dixon, cloth and the brides colors ofl Dana Taylor, Ginger Taylor, ~~ I~.~:~ t of Malakoff, celebrated their blute ~:tde ~hiat;t :;:eed cCacaa~:ds Carole Yarbrough, Jan Phillip~ "l i Most fields remained wet/al of 115 animals will be sold. Ibank of local resources without[ gh Friday. The 797. in-ICHF-~K. BLOAT ON CLOVERrItoo mucn" concern a~out" replace-1 ~~ ~ ~ [forty-fifth wedding anniversaryl. " . p tBilly Neal Lawson, Billy Le~ the measured at Athens sinceI After ~aese goes rams clove ~~t ~ ~ Jlas~ ~-nn~,- w~. o .q-.-~r ~,J~eed w~th blue, the punch serv- Carolyn Lee, Janice Jackso~ ~, n'y 1 looks like a good pastures will be getting rank ment. Civic leaders and varmus : ~ . . . . ~~ ~ ~ }the "~ex s P r -i h~ "~ ted nth ~ced blue flower rragstGafl Fry, Eddm Dmgler, Lar~ :We only got 27.92 all of and cattle will be prone ~ bloat groups of interested citizensI ~~i ~ ~ j ~ a owe a ~ g ~ ~om-Jand the white heart-shapedtAllen. , ear. or scour. Feeding dry hay prior have from time to time become! ~l I~ I lpany Assembly Hall. mints. Mrs. Yarbrough and MI~ i,~l s ri e.ui.ment!to turning in on the clover concerned about the future of ~~ ii ~ I The children and their fam-~ Mr. Price, the son of Mr. andTaylor are leaders of the Junio~ mm~ mle '~ ~'~ecauses '~ o~ ~ we~'iV;~ln ~, each da,~ will hel~ ~.nre-Jtheir, communities and have!~ ~i ii,lilies of Mr and Mrs Dixon:Mrs. Cleburn Price of MalakoffiMYF and they meet each Su~ tw~ ~t with a few pretty days vent bloat and the scouringlworked together strenuously ini ~i i~,/ " / " ~ its a graduate of Malakoff High!day evening at 6"00 p m in the ~dll be going full "blast Icondition. It will be good also, an effort to secure some needed': ~i ~,/~omea m ~ne eeteora~mn. ~nei " ~ - ~*~** ~ / ~. ~cnoo~ ana ~s a~enamg ~epnenl Children s Building for stud~t ~i ~,nt~ we should haveIre keep cattle off of clover pus-[improvement but the spark - ~ --i ,group memaea" .ur- an~ mr~.~ . , ~[] ~,! " F. Austin College m Nacog-~and fellowship ,', 15,000 to 20,000 acresttures until mid morning, dmd out, probably because o ~~ ~ l~ /uauae ~oraer ana ~eve an(~'~. . i W~ [] []J /Janiee of Dalla~ Mr an" Mr '~ ches Mrs Price recently -* ~. ~ ~,~,~,~rNiq,v ]the lack of sufficient coopers- t ; ~ s. " " - e~l tins ear ~"~':~ ~~ ~ = ]Edw ~d "'arc n" .~ ~ igraduatedfrom Stephen F $o~ "a" ~ ey a u ~on r~a-i "i A y '. ol ,~, }tion. It takes continuing team- ~~ ii J Jwara ~. w v ~ ~-~ !Austinand they are makingl 1 m " n'red n" sixt foul~w rK m ~eaen xour uoms "; ~'~' ~"ui I ~n ana surrounmng ~wo nu a a u y- - ~i ~i,~Mrs H L "ixon an" .their homeat 613Pine Street {~r~ : . . D (1 sons, ' t , can get valuable in-communities involving approxi-~ommumw aeve!opment, hke ~1 I~ I Tommie and Richard, ForU~m Malakoff. i|,~?~ ~ t ]i~ ;ion at two importantlmately 20,000 families are en-!ro~, songs, mus~ come ~rom " ear " wz~nm, a~ mus~ ~e o~ ~ne pea- ~m u~Et~ ~ IWorth; Mr and Mrs H L ~ II ! ~ Iv-: I | m~ vnthm the next few rolled thin y m the Texas i I . r : ! r ~p,e. ,~ mus~ renec~ ana c~r- ~l I~; ]Welch and sons, Jeffery andiTRINIDAD PIONEER CLUB iJ J /~ ~ J~: ! i Tr~ [uommuml;y improvement r O- . . . . ~. w l for cumscrloe ~nelraeslresIorme t :of all on March 4th. thelgram. They ~ 1 compete t Di~ 8 " Klna o~ a eommumw m wmcn Beef Cattle Field Dayl$6, O0 m cash awards for pro-] . mey wan~ va live an{1 WOrK ,~n(l i held at the Beef Cattlelgress made between March 31,1 , Center, Bluebonnetl1964 to March 31, 1965. Approx- pray. l~ merit Station, McGregor,/imately 90 communities will endI You, of course, want your beginning at 9:00 a. m.lup as eash award winners. They[c mmunity to Pr gress and i~,n,6~I 8 the Henderson]will be judged on how muchiprosper for as the .commumcy ' in evolves so in turn Will De ~ut f: Cattlemen s Assn. is~they have accomplished, " I . . ~ng a Beef Cattle Short]many areas, but with h e a v y lcommu,nitie.s do not grow=they i:featuring specialist in/emphases on livestock, crop, Imusg De ~unr. nun.~re~sho~ IHuebandry from A & Mtand home improvement. The[communities are prowng t .ey ][ty to be held at theJawards will be made possible/can grow through effecbve Gift Stars coupons, lect the coupons and exchangeji ISaTelephone t h~ ~race Inn in AthensJby the Electric Utility Com-iteam work. The coupons represent the them by mail for any of more,always within reachlr I O:00 a. m. until 3:00 p. m.Jpanies operation in Texas. J COMMITr~ ON AGF JNG 110 products participating in!than 500 gifts The gifts are,PHONE o: . i tl treat lunch will be ser-J Bethel community entered/ We are glad to see the uTeat the Gift Stars program that shown in a catalogue to be dis-I| ~ [ [|~j~ instance Ior you: i Jthe Improvement contest in Oc-/interest on-the Governer'sCorn- will blanket Texas during theitributed to seven of every 101| ~U~ ~,~l~[~ If not, one should be. A ! Lone Star Southernltober, 1964. They will hold~mittee on A~ein during our coming week. Gift Stars are home~ in this area. III colorful extension in bed- ] ' rh carried on or inside of food and The expansion into this reg-,~ d[~q[~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ room, kitchen, den and i a'~ Astir regular meeh'ng Ma c /county program building com- ~ [mittee meeting last week. The household products. ~'. : ion marks, the. third extension,:~m ~,~-~,| ------m~=~ ----~--m~I'll~ ~ m-.-~=i[~ V m~,||-~ workroom, adds so much. .in of fit,convemence, so httle m , : i steering committee appointedThrough the new premmm G Stars m the two .~ears,i &d ~,~ ~,*,iby Chairman, Joe Browning will they have been in existance.l| cost. Call our business ! ~ ~ v eea be contacting, a lot of you folks The program started in the i| (FORMERLY COLUMBIA FINANCE) office .f~day and take that ! ~ easy s~ep vawara more i for assistance These are Court- i Denver-Salt Lake City area ~ ~an MII,Kerens Texas i ty Judge R. H. Lee, W. R. Haw- !later expanded to include Ari-l| FOR telephone convemence. :zona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, l| NFID '---- L~.I~ ~ ~t ~,~ ~*- s $8 tiff Stateth rne' DepartmentArea SuperviSOrof forpublicthe ' and West Texas lJ QUlGI% ~.~ ~-~I~L, Welfare and Roy Morgan, lo- The coupons are nov," beingi| LOANS $5 TO $100 ~ 63.00 can representative for the Gay- introduced into all of Texas noti| "- ernor's Committee on Ageing. already participating, Arkan-i| 102 E. Corsicana St. 88.00 sas, Louisiana, California, Ore- gon and parts of Nevada ATHENS, TEXAS Idaho. 88.00 Fertilizer Brands John ]:N~ere, Hid, Armour, Mathio~on Sa~s or Bulk 4TONS or MORE DELIVERED FREE 110% Range Cubes 2.75 100cc Combiotic 1.75 1.00 Cotton Seed Meal 3.50 3.10 Cotton Se ! Cake 3.60 Betty Carmichael pointed out that the problem of ageing and mental health were among the recognized needs during 1962 when the family living commit- tee made their study of the County situation for the long- range plum We feel this will be a vital part of our work with people. 4-1~ LEADER WINS TRIP Our hats are off to J. D. Lewis of Blackjack who was selected from a large group of adult 4-H club leaders of Ex- tension District 5 to attend the State 4-H Club Leaders Forum to be held in Austin J. D. has been an active leader in the Blackjack 4-H Club for many years. Mrs. Joyce Lewis, also of Blackjack, was selected as an alternate. B mm she has plenty of hot water with an Mother baby everyone in the family enjoys the always-ready supply of hot water provided by a safe, flam~less electric water heater. Because it requires no flue or vent, an electric water heater can be installed almost anywhere closet, pantry, attic~ garage, or even in an out-of-the-way corner of the kitchen Heating elements are located inside the tank of an electric water heater for efficient, economical operation and long ilfe no "hot spot" at the bottom as in flame-type heaters. The best water heaters are electric. Available in upright and cabinet models. a tax.paying, investor-owned electric utility lVlim Sharon Owens To Marry Saturday Bernard W. Mitchum Jr. Nav nan Mitchum Visits In Trinidad Bernard W. Mitchum Jr son of Mrs. Lillian A. Mitchum of Trinidad and Bernard W. Mitchum Si- of Augusta, Georgia, has been visiting his mother for the past week and m now in Georgia for a few days visit with his father be- Announcement is made today of the approaching marriage of Miss Sharon Kay O w e n s, !daughter of SM!Sgt. and Mrs Raymond E. Owens of F o r t Worth and Malakoff, now sta- tioned at Barksdah Air Force I Base to Kenneth F. Blood. He is the son of Mrs. R. J. Leairtt of Sandpoint, Idaho and Mr. i George W. Blood, Goodland: Kansas. Vows will be exchanged Saturday at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon in the Base Chapel i number 2 at Barksdale A. F. B Louisiana. Miss Mary Owens of Barks dale A. F. B. will attend her sister as maid of honor. Serv- !ing as bridesmaids will be Miss- fore checking into the Naval es Sharon Carman and Sharon Air Station in Memphis Ten I Kay Bassett both friends of the nessee for Aviation StructuralIbride elect. ' Mechanic "A" school. I Ray Durgan of Medford, Ore. M~tchum ex e(ts to remmn I M B1 ~" P : " in will attend . r. ood as best Memphis for fourteento six-Imam teen weeks and then will prob- The bride-elect a t t e n d e d ably go aboard an aircraft car- Sc h oo 1 in the Castleberry rier for duty. School District in Fort Worth, He and his family moved to Texas and Bossier High School Trinidad in 1964 where he en.lin Bossier Citv, Louisiana. Her rolled in the senior class of thelgrandparents "are Mrs. T. C. school in December. UponIMitchell and the late Mr. Mit-I graduation,he received the~chell of Fort Worth and Mrs.I CitizenshipAward from thelAlbert Owens of Malakoff andl [Rotary Club and a scholarshiD[the late Mr. Owens. Her par-I I to the Henderson County Jtmiortents are well-kno~-a in Mala-! College, but elected instead toikoff and will be rem, embered join the navy. In Boot Camp he as Mr. andMrs. 'Goober" was the Educational Petty Of.I Owens.t Mrs.Owens is the ricer of Company 633 and grad. former ~ke~an Mitchell, who is a uated second highest in t helniece of Albert Evans of Mal- class. ] akoff. Let us showyou how to have a at a lower cost STATE These great performers are the lo.west pn'ced modds at our One-Stop Shopping Center Top to bottom: Chevy II 100, Corvair 500, Che~elle 800, " Chevrolet Biscayne. All 2-door models. Each of tI ese beauties is the lowest priced in its line But the ride doesn't show it. Or the interior. Or the performance. That luxurious Biscayne is as roomy as many expensive cars, has color-keyed interiors, plush vinyls, fine fabrics, full deep-twist carpeting. Chevelle, America's favorite inter- mediate-size car, has clean new styling, wide doors, roomy, tasteful interiors and Chevrolet easy-cam features. Chevy II got a lot smarter for '65-- but stayed sensible! Still family-size, easy be handle, economical, and the lowest priced Chevrolet you can buy. Or get a sporty rear-engine hardtop in a Corvair Sport Coupe or Sport Sedan for fun in the months ahead. Chevrolet, Chevelle and Chevy II are available with the Turbo-Thrift Six for fuel economy, quick warmuDs. Quiet dlmg. It s hght, efficmnt, smooth aud spirited. Corvair's air-cooled rear-mounted Turbo-Air Six delivers the best balanCe and traction for discover the this size car. So be practical, difference Only you will know. Because it sure won't show! Drive something new- discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's Owt,rolet. Che lle Chevy Cermir. Con.ue 42 5059 R. McKee ,er D. L. Pierce, blgr. Malakof! HIGHWAY NO. 31 Company MALAKO~', TEXAS