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t age o- tYA.824,1UI" NO- vAr. Aiy aoJu Kirby&apos;s Store Marking 57th Year Kirby's Department Store is marking its 57th anni- versary this week with a "celebration days" sales event, according to an an- nouncement by Carney Kirby, co-owner and son of the founder. Kirby outlined the history of the firm as the store prepared to mark the anni- versary. A.L. Kirby and his wife YOU CAN OWN A WESTERN AUTO STORE IN: Trinidad, Texas There is an opportunity available ifl lhe above town for a 'Welern Auto As)ciatc Store selling hardware, sIx)rting goods, automotive %Ipplies. furniture, refrigerators, freezes, wash- ors. Iclcvision, C.B.'s, adio. ethel clcch'oni,,, tic. We will |rain you, help instdl your store and provide counselling after you're open. Financing is available to qmtlified prospects. If votfle inlcrled in owning your ow Western Auto Associate Store call this loll frcc number today. 800-820-7700 Ext. 818 Or write: R. T. Renfro. VP, Western Auto 2107 Grand Ave,. Kansas City. Me, 6410 Be sure to provide your phone number and complete address. Stella, along with sons Leroy and Carney and daughter, Stel, moved to Malakoff in January of 1919. AL. Kirby and Bob Wade bought the Cartlidge grocery store located in a metal building where Bradshaw's insurance agency is now. About a year later, A.L. Kirby and sons bought out Bob Wade and moved 'across the street into a brick building owned by A.S. Tanner. That building was destroyed by fire in 1974, at which time it housed Arthur Appliagce. Dry goods were added to the firm's product line, and Mrs. Lutie Anderson, who worked for Kirby's 30 years, came to Kirby's. Kirby's bought the Mar- shall Kinahrew store at Cross Roads in 1921, and Carney managed and continued to operate the business there for about a year before moving it to Malakoff,, where it was located in the Jackson Building on Terry Street, now the home of Phillips' Appli- ance and Furniture. With Carney as manager, dry goods, shoes, and the like #ere stocked. Groceries were sold at the Tanner Building with Leroy as manager. A.L. Kirby was general manager of both stores. Kirby & Sons purchased the Whit Robertson Meat Market in 1935, and hired In October of 1924, Kirby's moved to a new 50 by I00 feet brick and tile building they built facing the railroad on a site where the city water tower now stands. Both stores were moved to the new location. Sam Hoskins was employed by the grocery department and Ciarlie Sherman by the hardware department. In 1932, Dan Gentry's general merchandise store was bought. New and modern factory-built store fixtures were installed in the brick building at 125 N. Terry Street, and the former building was used as a warehouse. Grocery and market, hardware, dry goods and shoe departments were included in the store. In 1932, Evelyn Whitehead Tanner was hired by Kirby's in the notion and cosmetic department. As manager and buyer of ladies' and children's wear today, Evelyn holds tim record of a 43-year tenure with the firm. Velma Nokes began her tenure with the firm in 1954 as bookkeeper, and holds the same position today. Louise Carter was employed in 1969, and Loretta Vieregge in 1973. Both are still with the firm. A.L. Kirby retired in 1950 and Carney became owner of the dry goods and Leroy owner of the grocery depart- ment. Hardware was discon- TrinidadM,,h ,5 .SchOl.sh19 with Menu i i i::: " Trinidad News trap Monday: Tartar !i:: Sauce, Mixed Vegetables, Cole Slaw, Hot Rolls, Butter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley School Monday night was a course should contact Mrs. to everyone for the Pudding, and Milk. Marlow of Houston visited great success, with major Bill Freeman at the school, that was given to  Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie, over the weekend with his interest areas being in the Trinidad Jaycees have the weekend baskett r Corn, Tossed Salad, Cookies, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- gym where the physical expressed their appreciation nament. r and Milk. shall Marlow. Stanley is re- education classes performed, _ _ m,c--:  c :.. : a - Wednesday: Hamburgers, couperating from recent and in the auditorium where PAGEANT APPLICATION French Fries, Salad Bowl-- surgery and will have more skits from the senior class Lettuce, Tomatoes, and surgery in the near future, play were presented. I THIRD ANNUALBEAuTyCEDARpAGEANTCREEK LAKe: klljaySlm :e h,)r Pickles, Catsup, Mustard, Ice Visiting in the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice II Cream, and Milk. and Mrs. Hollis Hines over Wright, Piper and Maranna of ][ Entry Application Sport & Lake LiviJ BJaYTo vr Thursday: Ground Meat the weekend were Mr. and Garland visited Saturday and Beans, Mixed Greens, Mrs. Randoph Hollands of with his mother, Mrs. C.C. The Third Annual Cedar Creek Lake Beauty 1 , Fri(a: he T: 1 Beiton and Mrs. Nell Wright. Cheese, Peanut Butter and Sat. May 29, 1976 8:00 p.m., Seven Points - Sponsi Chamberlain anddaughtersof A group of 18 Trinidad Cedar Creek Lake Assn. Crackers, Rolls and Corn- Garland. Seniors attended Citzenship plac bread, Ice Cream, and Milk. This entry application, with $35.00 sponsors acket Mrs. Clint Floyd spent the and Career Day at Henderson be brought to or sent to the Cedar Creek Lake ring Friday: Vegatable Soup, day Friday in Waco. County Junior College Sandwiches, Crackers, Ice Commerce, P.O. Box 43407, Seven Points Station cket Crmm, mad Milk. Open house at Trinidad Friday. Texas 75143, on or before May 15th, 1976. Mrs. Edith McClintock mm : : ::+ .-,-- Name !?:: ..... " ..... ......... attended open house at the  1 I :: Ennis Schools Monday. Age Date of Birth Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller Street Address Town Phone Parents rinit and family of Longview RA) visited Saturday with his Height [without heels] ft. in. Bust in. Waist parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Color Hair Eyes Complexion:l e w a Aus Miller. Beauty Contest Won [if any] t the The Ladies Bible Study met Education [class] Employer [if as pa at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Hobbies laste ...... Mrs. WC Fleming, Jr. with Talents The 11 members present. Mrs. Sponsor spaces] St 9 a.m. C .C. Wright welcomed [sash must be limited to 20 letters & n Conf members and opened the be oper meeting with prayer. Mrs. Rules & Regulations: to thi: Milburn Johnston gave the 1. Applicants must be citizens of the United Sta9 20 it lesson and Mrs. Willie Mullin a resident of Texas for at least six n ld tba closed the meeting with 2. Applicants must be of good health, good chs Pdver prayer.  and osses charm, poise, personality and beauty ae inpu EARL YATES, rural route years Safe Driving Award. Beauford Wright of Rusk and figure. postman in Trinidad, received Yates has served Trinidad visited Wednesday with his 3. Applicant must be between the ages of 17 and  als, org nental a certificate and pin from residents as rural carrier for mother, Mrs. C.C. Wright: must never have been married or had a m their Postmaster Elmer Robinson the past 30 years. He has been Other guests were Mr. and a n n u I I e d. , '.aurae , this week signifying Yates' 30 a resident since 1940. Mrs. Willie Lewis of 4. Contestants will appear in a conservative one John Robertson as butcher. Robertson worked for Kirby's 34 years before retiring in 1969. Infant 2 pc. 9 to 18 me. Short Sets ................................. *2  Infant Perm Press Diaper Sets.t:.Y.?....d..2% 3 ' & s49. 6 too. to 24 too. lntant Gift Suggestions ........ 89  to s69s tinued and the dry goods store was enlarged to take up the space. The store celebrates each anniversary with a special sale to show its appreciation to their many customers, but probably the most memorable was the firm's 33rd one in March, 1952, which included cutting a 750-pound cake baked in Tyler. It took four hours to move the cake to :,;. " ""''"" .................. ":"+""'''''"'"<+>''" ..... :::';2:: ,:.%'x\\;':::::.-.v....v...........-.v..-.- ....... ".:.......:...-. ........... .'.,...'................... -,..... iiiiii - -- .:.'!.!: .>.:;! IUl , !?.:i iiiii ilIU= IW "\\; :i:!: .:'*..'; .finn. :.:i i:."..'-.': nee H  ::: :::::::  :::::.: i:?,  ::::::: .derlng ....... ...... ':"'I".':'. by ann munsmll iiiiii Malakoff. It was filled with Family histories can often in the head with a hammer Corsicana. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent, Rue-Ann, and Trivia over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. John Wall of San Antonio. Trinidad Ladies Auxiliary of the Fire Department spon- sored a photography special Saturday at the school, and the project was termed very successful by members. Pro- ceeds from the project will be set aside for the construction water swimsuit, a and 5. Contestants may wear hairpieces, but no je d .... " holl .,o cn padding is allowed with swimsuit. High heels s to rnak worn k  ter P1 6. Applicant gives permismon" " to the Cedar Cree_ ." mctu' ' | Assn. and its host and co-sponsors to use photogra il publicity and advertising purposes. "  7 App:t must furnish three phtgraphs, whi arT u sion, Te i Applicant's Signature sio , n ] Parent or Guardian s Signature  Texa L_- - [if applicant is under 18] 5, Off( .....,o,m.K ..... :: n _  ml.Ojr s Div ............... = UOordin Rights Booties, Diaper Shirts, Dresses, Comb capsules containing slips of times be enlightening, one night. The man died from of a new fire station house. paper listing fe prizes for We were enlightened last tbeblow, and that same night Trinidad Methodist Ladies ,,,, p ,a,,=, i -'e-e--'a'-'- & Brush Sets, Towel Sets, Crib Sheets, customers, week when Amy was asked to my ancestors left for Texas. attended the World Day of LapPads, ReceivingBiankets, Colnforters In Nov. 1950, Lynn and trace her family tree back as My grandmother never said Prayer on Friday in Kerens Lan( Raymond Reese became part- far as possible as a school that there was a connection joining ladies there of the Ilulrl  --ill ith Drug & Variety I ners in the grocery store with assignnaent Sm s Leroy for about seven years. We gaered up family between the death and the Presbyterian and onited i.= flight, but whenever the con- Methodist Churches. Those !ii'. S& H Green Stamps Lay-away Phone 489-1220 i Lynn served the store 25 Bibles, scraps of paper with versation prned to arriving in attending from Trinidad were ! the features i years, beginning at the age of names and dates, and even Texas the story was always Mrs. C.C. Wright, Mrs. Jim n --f ,  The grocery store pand" one s,a'd of the family, sat The same grandmother Mrs.'Frank Van Orden, Mrs..__l -  g ----l- and moved into the building lownO the table with our advised me several times Bama Miller, Mrs. William Byars Texaco next door and an opening was pencil, rule, and paper, and during my childhood that I Trotman, Mrs. George I - made to connect the two. set out to work to show Amy should always do the best Uhrich, and Mrs. W.C. Leroy retired in 1962. Lynn a history of her. that I could, but that I should Fleming, Jr. and Raymond became owners I was impressed when I saw also remember who I was and A mini-painting course will of the grocery, but Leroy the complete family history where I came from. be taught by Mrs. Jo Hal- New From ythi maintained his office there, that dated back to 1601. The I have the feeling that there lingsworth in the Trinidad I f you need an ng 0, Oct. 10, 1970, Lynn and first man mentioned on my is a real moral to that story. Homemaking cottage begin- side of the family from that ning April 6. The course will Raymond moved the grocery business to the new Food Fare and Kirby's Grocery ceased to exist. In October, 1974, Carney Kirby sold half interest in the department store to Jack McCool who had" been manager of Henderson Department Store and the former Mitchell's Department Store in Athens. McCool had been with Kirby's for four years previously. Carney and Jack, along with present employer Evelyn Tanner, Velma Nokes, Loraine Gunnels, Louise Carter, Betty Evans, Billy Hearn, Jeanette King, Tina Green and Myron McBride, invite you to visit Kirby's during their special 57th Anniversary Celebration Days. done to your car, we're the place to come. Front end work of all kinds - wheel balancing, tune-ups, shocks, and tires If we don't have them, we can get them. All work guaranteed. Wash and lube job. If not pleased, bring it back. A.S. Byars FERTILIZER Bulk Sales & Application Randall Nero 489.0081 I' 21$North erairieville Street / i Athens tradition ..... Je tying the good people ol Henderson County/'or over 30 years. l ,_ PUSH Plow and i PLOWS AThrac%ments ' $27   your rden. particular date was an English Commonwealth Judge. He ruled over the trial of King Charles I and was commended by theses in authority for his efforts. He was buried with honors in Westminster Abbey upon his death. I tauted a little about the good blood lines and my esteemed ancestor, until we read a little farther and found that following the death of the judge and his burial in Westminster Abbey his remains were later dug up and hung from a millet in the center of town. A slight shadow on my good blood fines, it would appear. On the Rounsavall side we found that the grandfather two generations back came to America from France of all places I never imagined the name Rounsavall in France. In addition to our English and French ancestors we also uncovered some Dutch, German, Indian, Irish, and even a few unaccounted for great-grands along the route of the tree. Amy and Chad should be good Americans, with their universal blood lines From still another side of the family we found where a group of brothers first came to Texas from Alabama. I can recall a grandmother of mine mentioning the uprooting of the family and settlement in Texas. Although my in- formation is sketchy and for the most part inaccurate, the story I recall tells about a man in Alabama who was hit "The public is nmrely a mul- tiplied me." Mark Twain We have one for every occasionl Siverplate, Brass,[ [Enameled, Antiqued, and]] il PHONE aT-41e! M be six weeks long This powerful hl I Those taking the course will performance cle  is packed with paint a canvas each night, exclusive quality "" Those interested in taking the features. It has it M , care cleaning I A steel hood BOOKKEEPING protects the !ifeti AND TAX SERVICE lubricated motor,  z ELEANOR ROBERTSON has a soft vinyl # PH. 489.1335 around furniture [ - guard and a rug 119 N. Terry, Malakoff texan base. All for only DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. S59 , OPTOM ETR I ST w0m! 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Above-the-floor Pho. 675-2697 Athens. Tx. cleaning tools ! 11 available at small 'Z'' -'- additional cost. MYWAY UPHOLSTERY dlllfll SW Free Estimates Pick Up & Delivery Model 1416A Quality Workmanship 214-425-3967 Apn cPhillips Eustace II CAMPBELL'S = moll EXPERT 00p"an e Woolverton of Malakoff was WATCHMAKING junior high school champion JEWELRY REPAIR in Malakofrs Twirling Festi- Phone 675-3132 pr val Saturday. [Photo by Tom Athens, Texas Wylie]. II ,, , Ira GARDEN TIME Come See Us For Your Garden Needs. We Have Had Such Good Response From Our Anniversary Sale That We wm Extend " It One More Week. I li qp Tomato Plants 10' Pepper Plants .................. ..............10' I Geraniums (3") 50' Special Group of Hanging ,, Plants ...................... .at ......... 50 l R & R Garden Center Hwy. 175 Between Eustace & Athens 4254811 I