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March 5, 1965

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: Page Eigh d off, Texas W m,a,~~ s r e,that ~ ~< r n, : i Lewis Thonms, an employee around the head face and hands~ last two years has leased his erans Administration said to- Older' veter,ns and tl~ --!of the Ida Gasoline Company of land a number of crushed ribs.t minnow farm and three trucks!day, with cti~hiti~;~"~ ~h,~,ln ~ ~' Entered at the Postoff]ce at Malakoff as matter of th d cl iTrinidad was injured MondaylUe was carried to the Drs. Hos-I to I. F. Anders of Lone Oak, Such a resolution during 1965 peciallv careful since the- evening in a somewhat freak pital in Shreveport, Louisianai Arkansas Ander~ has the larg-~c ~ .~ ~ A.^ao of ,: : i, t. " ~Y ~ ~rll l~l'l'l- atiU%~-l~~-, I~UDIIStI~ I~CC, clent in lfla OUlSlana 't.~o his confllt]on was ll~tefl as es~ minnow, na~cnerv. . and Dalt that, othelwise will la-se, p,ac- su~a~" ~ce except a~ much n,g~'-~ Tho has had drivenone ofi not serious. '. d~strfimtion in the world ac-cordin~ to Gh'ndon H :zat " " ' #GI'22~.~I.~DII~ ~Ot.;e-l l Jl:,~llor i,i . ~ . ague, es, ne UG(Ie(I. ,the(ompanys transport trucksMrs Thomas, a son and a!! cording to Mr.Lew,s. ~~ ~ ~ --' 1: T " ]tothe mother plant ,n Ida,ldaughter are with theirhut-i : he present concern is in case of error in aovertiserftent this paper Willnotberesponsible . *,r . . ~- for more ~han the cost of th~ advertisement Louisiana tvtonuay sotnat re- band and father, improved with the addition i: w*~-~u~ ~T J ~ -e , : ' /pairs could be made on a leak-' ~ [i i of a shed whicn will house eigntiiiiii ~LIM I J. ~ JLglIS.JL V I'.-JLL~ a~h~: tthu:kt~:k" been thorough- Baptist Workshop ~h:rL=;C:ezt~e =mthO;ei;~:,ghs iili Athens, Texas I Athens, Texas BEEF e :c ]cetii d st YoandsP; : ' P g ]ty steamed out to clear all]To Be Held In Tyler ] ireadv in use and a 24 by 34 foot iiii ~ J ,- "-- ~conunueu ~um page ~.~. Ibeef producers. /traces of gasoline, checked andl itackle house which is nearing~/:, Thor - FrL - Sat [ Fzi Sat . Sun ~ a~' ~or l~"~etStan~:;Cms~ rn- Officers for the organizationlresteamed and work was be-lre~iona~Pw~':r~ksh:;'n:nLh:dnull:~ completion. Mar 4 5 6 [ Mar S 6 vice to the Beef Cattle Indus-linclude: Dr. James P. Sylertgun with a welding ~rch tOlfor First Baptist Church, Tylert i The Wr, mdad concern has an:: " " " J " " " " t ' " " aGflefl a~crac~,on, AIDlnO al;-~: ,correct the leaKage lne lob REV D L BR~NKEL c try in 1961 and has authored President, Charles Fry, Vice- " March 17 according to an an-I . : - I The Beatles ' ~was almost com"leted when an" ~ 'z~sn wn,cn are oeing raised :::~awaro ~ lXoolnson I many publications relating ~o]president, Alfred Williams, sec-I . v Inouncement from Ed Laux'i - - -- ~- !Last ,ear the L w" " "" " " ' explosion occured and Thomas, ~ ~ e ,s ~anm~ pur in production and management of retary-treasurer and directors: Istate Training Union secretarylAssembly Ot God .-i ^ I beef cattle herds. ~ JSob Sullivan, Joe Browning, Jwn was on ~ne top oz ~ne na~cn from Dallas. iw,~-, . e.a~eu ~:r,)opa,rs .oz ~rooa At- ~. ~UZ ,r.a~ I "'A HARD DAY'5 the oUwntfteorCt l d:d,K' nb e hP:!{c htae n ci :ianr t uba!! eHs: SaEd;rL : e :gm nhiihd [ iVi :i dd i FEET T T T. I S ee:oC ndI F:L laysSat : : b t ' c Plus sew @ ! . . . " . . ib . Lew~s, hm wife, Pearlina, and,!! Technicolor --'~ begins at 9:30 a. m Age-group!' "* " "" '.', ". " - '~"~'~r~'~C~ ~"C~'~h~ ~'-C~-'~h~'C~-~~ ~Rahmg {~]lnle conferences for Training Un-eg,nn,ng at 7.30 p.m. I*~-^:-*:----~:, ~: ] The -~ " ~i ~---~.----- "--.- . lion workers will be provided The Reverend D. L, Brankel!~".~"~'~e ~muren, yerry A~n,} } J Chuck Connors Visi( mr iro C White ~eteri,' - ,- . ~ sa z~ou Anne, donn Ra ond M=~'-- =~ a~e~;~, ~ ~! " . .Y " . ' :l Mrs. W. R. Bumpas of Dallasi I lexarKana ,s ~ne evangeits~.: Ym,:: I i, sam .t~l ~,a,~ Mr-ff ~.'.~T~,~. ~ nar,an oi A~nens nat announcefllwil1 lead the conference for nur-!Rev. Brankel's outstanding rain- uary ~,n~a and deanme ~ynn,~ : Sun-Mon.Tues-Wed ] ~" Smi. mi~ T~ 11~T|4~'. ~-~1~#'.*~,~.:}~ the 1965 Rabies Clinics to be,s !istrv has taken him into the:win remain in Trinidad sincei: I --l~ lZ'l~t~lklrTllUrf'~- rell ~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~ : ~x-~.','~ ~ . . cry workers, u~ner eiemenr~ary~ . i::~ ,~ra.~v~a.~-~v ~~J;,~.~,::,~ held by Dr. White. The ache-] lar~er churches of the &stem ithew own the,r home there He.::~: Mar. 7-8-9-10 I high j "~~,EII)I;~ iconzerence mauers are ~urs s - --~ " t - . - ume was ns~ea as ~onows "blies of od H is well known' wm continueto operate the~: Technicolor . . w~th complete confidence, ~,Z ~/ M,nme Wells Josey of W~ch~ta G e I ~ ~e J .~t'~ ~ March 6---Saturday, 12:00 tol i as a Youth Cam- Meetin~'~the now wholly wholesale con- :: James Bond I ~ "t Knowing your premous nalr will ~~r ~ o nn ,s+h,~ ~ ~ ~ ^, a trat~s beginner workers; ~ars.]. P ~ tern : I ~- Fer~ receive extort ~en+~ -*'-~ " ~t~N~~ tEd Laux of Dallas, pr,maryl P Ker. ! I GET MORE OUT with ~- ~, ~ -- ! ~ ~,=-- ~ ~ . ~uarcn t~--zuonaa}:, a:vu .to]workers; and Mrs. Jay Skaggs] Special music will be a part; ~ ~nL' "GOLDFINGER" I OF LIFE, Rick ~v:~az~-~u ~,:z-wc~ ~ a.z~, ~'oynor; 4"~o to ~'~o, ,a-of Dal' of each service The public is~ a~ am : ~ !~ " ~ .~l~~ - ~ " ,~ ." .~ / Rat, dunlor workers I "I ~ ~] I GO UUT TU ~ .~. ~ ~ue; o:uo to o:vu, ~ax~er, bar-] Youth workers will be led by]c rdially invited to attendI Technicolor l A u~gr~-, One finis fl l.~ .nlllA l:i D AU'I' iSkLUl l net ~tore. ]Tommy Dixon of Lone, view, in-Ithese services, t J J~]~l" ]~ j ~,a,a.a~ March 9--Tuesday, 12"30 to ~11~]~ ~ ! Whe: Mrs. Juanita Christopher ~ 1-30 Trinidad School" 2:00 to termed,ate; and Clyde Hall ofI --. [ '~::~i~!~:;~::~i~i~:~ ~::~::::~i~:~i~!~::~i~ ::~:~:~i~i~i l~tac, ~ ~ qo' q'~.1 'o~'2 ^ ]Fort Worth, young people. Edi ~g'lrs~ Baptmt Church --- ~ I ~m[ II ~mmm~mml ~;O ~"~:~e C~e~'~s~ eg~'~-'~ ~C~c~"~s~ ~-~:~ ILaux will lead the adult con- Rev Ver-^- v^*-^F^n Vastor ~'it~ -------- ~uarcn Iv weonesaay, z:ou ~Olference pnst~r~ nnd ~,en~rnl .u. ,wu~ ~u,~,~ | ~--, 2:25, Carroll Springs, Mitchell's!officers'wilfafsom~e~ There were 46 in Sunday ~|lg~t #~1 ]F~i/~#=~j~t ~ ,~,~,~,~ In T/~T-T14,T ~[ ~" "r~"l~'q~ TI~ Store; 2:30 to 3:00, Virginia! New churoh ,~o,~h,~ ,~rienf~ School Sunday with an offer- tan~ a t u ooa ~~ u~J " time A-JtJL~l VV. A~.r-l, JAIL. Hill,Baphst Church; 3:15 to tion materials, which will be ,ng of 66.73. ATTORNEY a 3 45,BethelSchool,4 00to The Sunday School Superm nd COUNSELOR AT LAW : " : available June 1 and alternate . in t 5:00; Eustace, Byars Feed organization plans for juniors, tendent Willard Curry quoted prJng and Easter ~" former partner in the law firm Store.intermediates and young people The Churchmouse's corner from got~ of Life, Bolding & Key March ll--Thursday, 3:15 to will be presented at the work- the Malakoff News, "Were you l~s 4:15, M alakoff Elementary shop, Laux said. in Church Sunday, if not why? Fe He said we don't want our pat- ~file Announces School; 4:30 to 5:30, Cross Afternoon conferences on tor to work his self to death " ~n~ his continued practice of law at: Roads, Boyd's Store. church libraries and church re- March 12 -- 2:00 to 3:00, creation are also new to the and we don't want to lose him, ins Henderson County Savings & Loan Building Murchison; 3:15 to 4:30, workshop schedule this year. but we should help him and Brownsboro, Shop Building'. should be in church. With 102 W. Tyler Street Athens, Texas 4:45 to 5:45, Chandler. The special music, "I know Shor~ OR5-5693 March 13 -- 12:00 to 2:oo The Methodist Church Who Holds Tomorrow," was VAN at the "Y." Rev. Hollis 1='laxity, Pastor brought by Hardin Airheart This Spring and Easter be among the Proud v.W] ~: Sunday, February 28, wa~ a with Mrs. E. McNeil at the Women who can say, "I made it myself". Your ] ~1 ?("~ yrec rd breaker f r this calendar Pl~?n~'. da School. had the ' L~lacl~ ear Sun v e Reverend Robersons favorite fashion fabrics are here waiting for ~Were sermon was taken from Mat- attendance of 80. With offer-thew 26 your favorite fashion ideas. Iing of $333.00, also a record for,th chapter A c this year. Church attendance ~ E~S~ had 94, which was very good. ~V~. W. L. Green To 36- Elite Swiss Mrs. Larry Story united with Om .e l~e-.n.SSl e(1 45': Gala Chambry e~o': Giant Swifts Sewel our church from another denom- gn to co: ination. FORT RILEY, KANSAS 36", Stripe or Solid Denim ~~ TI| I [IR1ENIN| OtisThis Friday' March 5th' Mrs'i (AHTNC) -- Army Put" Williestanfield is in 45"1VjissiOn Valley Rr ad lOth ~U' charge oflL. Green, 22, son of Mr. and i~g[ Pound ~ the program on WORLD DAYJMrs. Jack Green, Route I, Box 45" Mission Valley Gingham - w yo OF PRAYER for Christians ofi136' Trinidad, Texas was as- Checks or Plaids " ] Each ~ Ca~ ~] our community. The programlsigned to the 80th Ordinance ~ 1 iifi ii, R n will be at 10:00 a. m. at FirstICompany at Fort Riley, Kan Bates Drip Dry Prints C Methodist Church. /February 15. :i~ Next Sunday, First Sunday in/ Green, an armament - main- Ship A Hoy Sports Cloth ~ ~ ~. , Lent, Rev, Holhs Flan bring the communion medita-~last stationed at Fort Polk, La Avavelle Stripe and Dot 8, ~." yd. Were ] 12 oz. ~ Pound ~0c " "ty will[tenance specialists helper, was ~on and administer the Lorcl's/where he received his basic ,& Can "" Can "~ ~upper in the 10:30 a. m. ser-|training. Flax Touch Suiti4~j *'98 ::: 'C~ll', Velvet" ' vice.2, He attended Lincoln High ~lXl~ wi|L De at 6:15 IX m.|School in Malakoff. ~1 " I Ia at 7:00. Rev. Flarity will bring[CONTRIBUTIONS M I: I I N M V= Gallon @, Sunday. The Evening Worship| --------o - Dacron Prints,yd. the message on the last half of| The Revenue Act of 1964 pro- ~ ~ ~ a~nn : ] ~Jm a= ~ ~iV IN Carton ~MI the second chapter of EPhe-lvides additional rules applicable 1t' FOLI]ER/~ lrt~1 ~-l~lll~Instant slant. Ito deductions for charitable ~ ~t~ ~ See theBeaUtYnew mistMiStor. ~'~ On Tuesday Trinidad Metho-lcontributions on Federal in- ~~ Textured Hose We dist will attend the Distrlctlcome tax returnes, Ben Friend -again Missionary Rally at First Meth-lAdministrative Officer of In- blaCg h. ath, PoundGQc ' ~ll~La E ~1 odist Church in Malakoff. tternal Revenue for the Tyler Wednesday, the Choir Prac-loffice, reminded today. ~ magic-textured hose. earlie Can 0 oz, Wc tice will be held at 7:00 p. m Monthly Offieial Board meet-Jishes more detailed informa- l ,a~k-e" ins will be at 7:30 p. m.wheatley, JuponalSo onJtion Onrequestthis subject is availableinternal CAMPUS pr. Brach's Pic-A-Mix I Zee Paper I Vinty Moore Wednesday. 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