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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Litch- field of Cross Roads were in Tyler Sunday to visit with his brother, Foster Litchfield, who underwent major surgery in the Mother Frances Hospital last week. Foster is reported to be doing just fine but must remain in the hospital another week. The Walter Litchfields went on to Whitehouse for a short visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yar- brough spent the day last Wed- nesday in Dallas attending to business. II[ IIIII [' III II I I per annum current rate on certificates of savings of $10,000 or more for six months For Savings Deposits Stamp Passbook savings also available for any amount & earn 4~/~ % per annum current rate compound- ed semi-annually. SAVE BY MAIL -- POSTAGE PAID HENDERSON COUNTY SAVINGS "~ LOAN ASSOCIATION Mrs. Bobby Rogers and son, Culley, accompanied her bro- ther. Thomas Clay and his son, Roy of Fort Worth to Mar- lin on Friday of last week to visit with their father, J. D. Clay who is in the Veterans Hospital in that city for tests and treatment. Mr. Clay is suffering from arthritis among other diseases and entered the hospital two weeks ago. CEMETERY FENCE FUND Libbie Brasher 85,00 Mrs S. A. Owens $5,00 Clifford Derden, Ft. Worth $5.00 Mrs. Lois Kunkle, Temple $10.00 Mrs. Sam Brooks Dallas $10.00 (In memory of Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Melton and Miss Addie Melton) CAMPBELL'S Expert Watchmaking anti Jewelry Repair Phone OR 5-3132 ATHENS, TEXAS L, D. Trammell ASPHALT PAVING Subdivision Work Streets Lots Driveways Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Phone OR 5-2338 Box 406 . Athens SALE WILL BE HELD IN VACANT LOT NEXT TO THE FINA STATION DOWNTOWN -- ON HIGHWAY 31 -- MALAKOFF Pecan Trees-Grapes- Persimmon- Peach Trees Chinese Elm- Mulberry-Red Buds-Silver M pie pe Myrtle-Hopa Lombardy Caladiums- Gladiolu: Boxwood Azalea: Camellia Holley- . Corn Early-You Will Be Glad You Did ~i:i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~~~~ ~ iil p ag.~e Six Frida) ~, 3Iarch 7, 1969 3Ialakoff'* THE ~/IALAKOFF N E~,VS Mm Coker On Honor Four girls represented Mala- koff in the 13th Annual Texas Women's University All Girl Band in Denton last weekend. Janice Jackson, Mary Wil- liams, Joyce Green and Alva Jo Chambers left Thursday aft- ernoon and spent Friday and Saturday rehearsing for the Grand Concert held Saturday night at the 7:30 hour. Dr. Terricchi is the director of the TWU band department and has taken the nationall~ known TWU Serenaders Stagc Band on tours around the world. Last year, the All Gir band went to Greenland ant this year, a trip is being plan ned to South America. The local girls not only en joyed the honor of being allow ed to play in the band bw were also pleased with their de-tuxe accomodations at the Clayton House Motor Hotel. Al report a wonderful time. Five Malakoff Junior Higk girls trekked to Elkhart or Saturday. March 1, to partici. pate in the 2nd Annual Elkhar~ Invitational Twirling contest. They returned home with nine first division medals and among the winners were Robin Johnson, Beverly Perkins, Camille Gunnelts, Roxanne Phillips and Vicki Hoskins. Their routines were done to "Oh Yeah," and "Marne." The next festival to be enter- ed by the Malakoff twirlers will be held on Saturday, March 15, in Arp. Fourteen Malakoff band stu- dents will participate in the UIL solo and ensemble contest to be held at Longview on Sat- urday, March 8. Those playing solos will be We Use Only Top Quality Parts Only the l~st available tubes and' repair parts go into the TV sets wo ser- vice. Call u. for guaran. toed TV repairs. Mtdakoff Radio &tad Electric Kenneth Beamon, Wayne Cal- loway Charlene Dawson. Ray Williams, Abey Almond, Larry Callaway, George Orr and Carolyn Vieregge. A saxa- phone quartet will be compos- ed of Alva Chambers, Mar-. shall Tarver, Mary Williams and Jo Jackson. Should the soloist be good enough to win a first division, then the student will receive an official First Division UIL medal. DENTON ~Sp.) -- Charlotte Coker of Malakoff is among 739 students on the 2.5 honor roll for the fall semester at North Texas State University, which has been announced by A c a d e m i c Vice-President James J. Spurlock. Students on the 2.5 honor roll include those whose grade average came at least midway between an "A" and a "B". Miss Coker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Stephens of Malakoff, is a ness education major. a member of Alpha Delta, national honor for women. Joe Leaves Army day Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Halls Honored Satur ham wereh0stsattheir Sunday evening for a well and birthday Night Cayug in honor of their A t a )I Graham, who left for "into the arm3" on March 4. Those More than 85 guests gather- ed at the Cayuga School cafe- teria Saturday night for a re- tirement party honoring J. M. Hall. Mr. Hall completed 34 years of service with Lone Star Gas Company last Fri- day. More than 32 years of that time was spent in the Cayuga office. The Halls made their home at the Cayuga Lone Star Camp until last October when they moved to their re- tirement home here in Mata- koff. The Saturday night event was given by Lone Star em- ployes .Attending were many persons with whom Hall had worked during his tenure of service now living elsewhere, along with other personal friends. A generous money gift was given to the honored couple. Various house guests in the Hall home over the week end included their son Joe A. Hall and grandson Roger of Texar- kana; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hail. Ft. Worth; J. P. Haney, Whitney; Mr. and Mrs. Rube Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harding, Groesbeck, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chandler of Gainesville. dinner were: Mr. and Horace Campbell and Lela Graham, all of wood: Mr. and Mrs. Graham and Miss ton Eustace: Mr. and~ Aubrey Graham, Mr. Derwin Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and family, Mrs. trell and children and Lois Campbell, all of Mr. and Mrs. Alton and Vicki of and Mrs. Gary. Groton, Conn Lee Miss Ginnie Hamilton. Kingsville and Phil Marshall. / / Burnt mo*o~ ~ Five popular 1969 Buick Skylark models are now specially equipped with a lot of extra things. Things like door guards, remote control outside mirrors, convenience groups, vinyl tops, whitewall tires, deluxe wheel covers and belt reveal moldings. And they're offered to you now at special savings, too. The reason? Simple. We want to make your buying a Buick right now a delightful decision. 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