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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Texas Friday, April 8, 1970 Page Five ld Mrs. Ashby Turner ad MImy weekend guests Mrs. Gene Fruhwirth Wm' Riekie and Dickie of m'th; Mr. and Mrs. Mli- '3er and daughters, Cow tXl Saedra and Mr. Roze all of Fort Worth. Holiday weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Eagle of the Key Ranch Estates of Cedar Creek Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buehner and Miss Marly Eagle, and Leon Irwin, all of Dallas. Namml gas. The only thing you need to clean your ovt Put away your apron, rubber gloves, steel wool, brushes, oven cleaner, water bucket and elbow grease. You can buy a modern gas range with an oven that cleans itself. Then, you can enjoy all the benefits of gas cooking. And cleanin See your gas appliance dealer. He can make your life a litde easier. Jimmy Finley, sttglent at A and M University at College Station was here to spend the weekend with his pm'e, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Finley and to visit with other relatAves. Mr. and . Earl Yates were in Canton on Saturday to visit with thelr daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson. Easter holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wheatley were their three daughters, Miss Jan- ice Wheattey, stndent of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville Miss Patrieia Wheat- lay, instructor in the Gra Prairie school system and her friend Dickie Hervy of College Station and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis of Dallas. The entire family and their guest, Mr. Her- vey, were in attendance for Sunday morning worship ser- vices at United Methodist. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mattheq were in Fort Worth on Wedne$. day night where they picked up her mother, Mrs. F. M. Dim- mick of FilLmore, Utah, who re- turned with the couple for a month's visit in the home Mrs. Bill Miller and Mrs. Walter Fleming were in Dallas Sunday to spevd the day visit- ing their som and graedsone Mr. and mrs. G. W. Holcomb have pro'chased the home on McEntire SWeet formerly be. longing to Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Gralmm. Alpine and Hawk plan to occupy their new home when it is vacated by the Graham's the latter part of May. Mrs. William Trotman Immg the Monday afternoon program at the regular meeting of the WSCS. "Doubting Thomas," was the theme of the study hour and was taken from-the books of Genesis and John. master hoaday guests of Mr. and mrs. Otis Stanflekl were their daughter and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lundy and two cb.ildrea of  and the 's sm and daugh- ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mz Larry Stanfleld of Bemmmet. mrs. Willie Davis of Fort Worth was here last week to spend two days with her sister, Mrs. R. F. Prine and theh" broker, Claude Johnson of Prescott, Artmmas. The three went to Stephezile for a two day visit with relatives and re- turned to Fort Worth where Mrs. Prine and Mrs. Johnson remained for three days with Mrs. Davis. mrs. Prine took her brother to Tyler on Satur- day where he caught a btm for his Prescott home. He had been a guest here for several weeks. I BIRTHS Mr. and lrs. ]hi)y Rouma- vail and tee year okl daugh- ter, Amy Liana, proudly an- nounce the arrival of Master Chad Robert Raanv He was born at G:13 a.ra. Thursday, March 26, in Hender. son County Memorial Hospital in Athens and weighed six pounds and e|evon omces. He was 19 and one half inches Mother and son  heme on Sunday morning and both are doing fine. Chad's mstermfl grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshew of Trinidad and the matamal great grmslmoth Is Mrs. Lot- tie Bradley also of Trinklad. 1 ;mmml grandmoflmr is Mrs. R. J. Rout, install of At "Mammaw" McCmire, of mrs. Jolm Stacy, was mid to have undergone a hip operation at Memorial Hospital in Athem in good condition last week. Sur- gery became necessary whets mrs. MeGutre broke the limb in a fJ at the Sacy home. J Mr. and M. Pat SmRh were in Olney recently to attend fu- neral services for his 21 year old niece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Womack. The young lady passed away alter having contracted pneumonia. The Wo. mack's were overnight guest.j Tuesday of the Smith's. BAKE RITE SHORTENING-.3 lb. Can 59c II I Jumbo Size GALA TOWELS 2 for 69c Shurfine -- Cut WAX BEANS 303 Can 5 for 1.00 I Hi - C -- 46-oz. ORANGE DRINK 3 for 1.00 Shurfine SPINACH 303 Can 6 for 89c Quarter Loin BeefmmmmTmmmm'N=m PorkChops Plates I GroundBeef lb. 69c lb. Shurfine PIE CHERRIES 303 Can 4 for 1.00 FOLGER'S NEW NEW INSTANT 6-oz. Jar 99c Fresh STRAWBERRIES Pint 3 for 1.00 Shurfine CAKE MIX 4 boxes for 1.00 CARROTS Cello Pkg. lb. 10c I Fashion Girl PANTY HOSE pair 99c I Postmt and Mrs. Leo Strange had as Easter weekend guess his r a,d br=har- law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitmr and their friend, all of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Qulnn were hosts for Easter Stmday dinner to Reverend and Mrs. J. N. For- man and the visit evangelist, Brother Willard Woolen of San Marcos and Mrs. Frank Du- laney St. Mrs. Don Wtlbanks and son John of Forney, were week long houseguests of Mrs. Cart Wtl- banks. They were joined for the weekend by their husband and father, Don, and aim by Mr. and Mrs. Chm'les Lee Abee, Jufle and Matt of Meeluite. Ov guam in tha home Tuesday were Dora's brother and his son, Bill Parim and Im ry of Wichita Falls. POLITICAL CALENDAR Well Trimmed CHUCK STEAK USDA Good Prime RIB ROAST County Judge REUBEN LEE WINSTON REAGAN County Clerk JOE DAN FOWLER County Treasurer E. O. (Dug) OYD TED LAYTON ANDREW D. JACKSON Commissioner Precinct 2 CLARENCE BONSAI. County School Suptintendent HARRIS BALLOW J. L. (P) LEWIS lb. 59c lb. 79c District Judoe, H. F. WARREN JACKERNESTI/3rd' Dislrid.o.00.O,w,, Dristrict Clerk 8, MARK[T R. L. (Royall) HOUNSEL Mr. and Mrs. Hubert (Butch)  md dIrm wm'e in serrate W.day and Thursday of last week visiting wRh her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Tms Brown. Jolm French was able to be returned to h/s heine on Wed- nesday of tm't week taxi Is saki to ha  : just fine, howev, frtes report that doeWrs request that he  have auy company at this time. Jdm had been a patient at Memorial Hospt in Athens for a num.- bet of weelm for treatmeat of a severe hem't attack. Mrs. Jack Lusty and il ran, Tammy, Mark, Dawn Heather of Houston arrived at 5 a.m. Tlatmiay in time to greet Mrs. Lumiy's nephew, Master Chad Robert Roumavall upon his birth at 5:13 a.m. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. "Red" Ridgway were Mrs. Maude Glover of Athens; Mr. and mrs. Glean Roy Leelm and chlid- ten of Trt-CRles end Mr. and Mrs. Butch Ridgway and family o Is clty. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin and daughter Kathy of Rus and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wall of Waco, were here from Friday thro. Sunday as houseguest of mrs. Lottie Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blsnsitt and daughter, Trim of Austin, drove up Sunday to surprise l mother, Mrs. A. S. Blmmitt, with a day of v/s/tatlo Moat of the day was spent in tour'L areas of Cedar Creek Lake and maidvg a trip to the Mankin Cemetery where the late Mr. Blansttt is buried. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jones and daughter, tagh of Pa- deas. were Easter weekeM guests of her mother, Mrs. Max- Ine C'em and of their grand- permm, Mr. avd Mrs. R. H. Lanier. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farris end da.ghter of Athem, spent Fm. te Sunday as guests of her lr- onts, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pee- blm. I I I II I * "PERMA-SET" VHF FINE TUNING 3-STAGE IF AMPLIFIER AUTOMATIC FRINGE-LOCK FRONT MOUNTED SPEAKER DELUXE VIDEO RANGE TUNER AUDIO GUARD ONLY O0 The ROAMER--A1331 Lightweight ! Super portage ! Perfect for porch, patio, den, bedroom or anywhere ! Beautifully molded cabinet has super con- venient built-in carry handle and comes in four contemporary decorator color combinations. 16"biB-screen DIAG. 145 sq, in. picture The BERTRAM A$7'/I) All new elepntly styled compact big-screen portable. I)rk Brown color and White color (A3710I), or Dark Beille color and Light Beige color (A3710U. All new separate slide controls for hue. color and volume on top Of set. 5" x 3" Twin-cone speaker. 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