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WRIST OR PENDANT Saxony Ladies Reg. 12.95 Reg. 19.95 Now Now 1 Men's or Women's-- 17 or 21 Jewels HE: PIN CURL BONNETS, VO-S HAIR COLOR, Reg. $2 Now 1.59 Reg. $2 Now $1.49 Electric Prak-T-Kal Humidifier Reg. 9.95---$7.95 BOX STATIONERY Reg. $1.25 Now 99c Reg. $1 Now 79c Reg. I.S0 Now 1.19 Reg. 40.00 3 .99 Reg. 55.00 and Black --Over the Calf Length--- Reg. pport Hose WARDROBE BRUSHES ; Re 69c-- 49c; Reg. 98c---459c THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Four Friday, March 7, 1969 l lakoff, Texas Duncan Tells Athletes To Aim High; Speech At Annual Trinidad High Athletic Banquet i~ 'Set your goals to the high- held last Saturday night in the A large crowd of pan~ ~ M~ est standards and train your high school cafeteria, and zri,ena, s attended the ~ Were:u minds and bodies ,~. attain Duncan, head track coach atquet. winch, was. open.ca ~ visit v your ultimate aims, was the Henderson County Junior Col- ~ne mv~auon gzven Dy~l Mrs. gist of the speech brought by lege also stressed to the as- ~ard St Ama, memoero~l~daylo~ l Donnie Duncan at the Trini- sembiage that religion played o~ru of trustees. ~ I)'aila dad annual Athletic banquet a major part in the outcome~oach AOeL welcomea~ home of an individuals life and must parents, auuetes, ,tea~ i~ the be included in daily routines to and other guests ana ~ dau~ Dl,fi, ~,A achieve success. " Harris made the presenta~. Sp~ [IMIllllly gllg Coach of the Trojans, James of athletes. .~ ~ n ",Abel, made public praise for,~u,oer~tendent.of the s C~le Adal] I(egalna I each athlete from the outstand- weiaon ~or~eu, mtrouuceu[ of --~'-'-r"'~ - ing performers to those whoguest speaker. [lay ~~ TL, 1 saw less service. He related The event was cater~r and ineme dl that each athlete gave his best Ernie's Barbecue out of G~. ,l~orr in whatever capacity he wasVllle. "They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. He that goeth forth and weepeth, hearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him," Psalms 126 and verses five and six was the text used by Mrs. W. C. Fleming Jr. at the Monday meeting of the Trinidad Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. Fleming explained to the gathering the rewards reaped from forgetting self and working for others in the name of the Lord. "Every day you have a handful of seed to plant. Each called on from the football managers, Ira Lee Hornbuckle and Tony Bradley and the basketball managers. Judy St Ama and Rhonda Corbell to the players themselves. The football roster included Eddie Grimes, Jimmy Howard, Julius Stevenson. GaD' Flem- ing, Everett BerD'. Wyle Mc- Clintock. Roy Stanfield. James Sharp, Tommy Collins and Joe Mitchum. Making up the 1969 basketball team were Gary Ftemmg, Ira Lee Horn- buckle, Charles Hornbuckle, Wylie McClintock, Roy Stan- field, Homer Hornbuckte, James Sharp and Julius Stev- day you reap some harvest enson. from the seed already sown. Members of the girls bask- The seeds of'friendship is one etball team were Glenda Ar- we start planting early in life rington. Marker Bradley, Har- and which we stop plantingriet Sharp, Carolyn Cook, only when we leave this world. Becky Rayfield. " icki Air- Another important seed we heart, Linda Eaton, Jerilyn should plant each day of our Hoskins, Velma ~,~ite, Carro- lives is the seed of love," Mrs. Fleming said. The meeting was opened with the group singing "Count Your Blessings," followed with a prayer by Mrs. C. D. Wheatley. Mrs. Fleming gave a read- ing of "The Church in a Changing World," and plans were made during the business hour for the WSCS to sponsor the annual Senior Banquet. The ten members present enjoyed refreshments served by hostesses, Mrs. Natalie Kirkland and Mrs. Wm. Trot- mum Mrs. John French has been selected to lead the World Day of Prayer to be held at the church on Friday, March 7, at 10 a.m. The theme for the day will be "Growing Together in Christ." A covered dish luncheon will be served at the noon hour. lyn Freeman, Sandy Sanders, Leslie Floyd, Karen Warren. Kay Wiggins, and Janet Mc- Clintock. Roger's Brother Dies; V Funeral services were con- ducted at the Carroll and Lehr Memory Chapel in Athens at 4 o.m, Saturday for James E. Ro ers, 67, of Athens and brother of H. L. Rogers of M~l~koff. The Rev. Don Cannady of- ficiated and burial was in the Athens City Cemetery. Mr. Rogers passed away at 5:05 a.m. after a brief illness. He had been hospitalized in Memorial in Athens for two days. He was born in the Stockard Community of Henderson County on May 2, 1901 and h~d lived in this county all of his life. He was a retired ~vocery- man and was a resident of Athens at the time of his death. Mr. Ro~ers is survived by his wife, Mrs. Carma Rogers of Ath,ms; two stevens, Eu- gene Dennis of Dallas and Jack Dennis of Jacksonville: two steodau~hters, Mrs. Mac McFall of Midland and Mrs. Dor~hv Keith of Waco: one brother. H. L. of Malakoff: one sister, Mrs. Nettie Fletch- er of Greeley, Colo.; two grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. 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