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page 10. MALAKOFF NEWS - Avril 3, 1975 \\;\ ) . ii!i/ Eskimo Village? No. Rotary Easter Egg Hunt Here Winners In Rotary Easter Egg Hunt Damp, cold weather failed to dampen or cool the spirits of the 51 youngsters who turned out for the annual Rotary Club Easter Egg Hunt at City Park last Saturday. Local merchants provided the eggs for hunting and the prizes for winners in three age groups. Winners in the 1 to 3 age group were; first prize, a toy ma W, Nathan Bartness; fifth. a bag of candy and an automobile grease job from Byar&apos;s Texaco Station, Ange- la lIinkle; sixth, chocolate egg, from Evelyn Drake, Lance Benton; seventh, cho- colate bunny from Evelyn Drake, Janet Harris; eighth, cash prize, Brenda Hutchins, and ninth, cash, Scott McCol- lure. Drake Oil Company and the grease job from Hounsel's Service Station, Melinda Julian; fourth, chocolate egg from Evelyn Drake, Angela Hinkle; fifth, chocolate bunny from Evelyn Drake, Chad Sorrell; sixth, floral arrange- ment from Malakoff Floral Center. Danny Robinson; seventh, easter bunny from Smith Variety, Shonda Robin- duck donated by Kirby's Department Store, Stephanie Ur00hurch: second, toy shovel from United Dollar Store, Dusty Fleishman; third, can- dy from Phillips Food Store, Winners in the 4 to 6 year son, eighth, cash, to Angela group were: first, an umbrella Hinkle. from Hardy's Pharmacy to Winners in the 7 to 9 age Chad Sorre!l; second, choco- group were: first, vinyl com- late from Phillips Food, Ante- pact purse from Hardy's la Hinkle; third, a bag of Pharmacy, Mdissa Glasgow; : Nathan Bartness; fourth prize candy andan oil change and second, chocolate egg from tub soap from Hardy% Phar- grease jobi with the oil from Evelyn Drake, Charles Robin- PUBLIC NOTICES THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: CLARENCE ALFREY, WILL ALFREY, BOOKER ALFREY, FLORA EVANS, EDITH LEVERETT, FERN KING, VIOLET ALRED, CLARENCE ALFREY, JR., MAMIE JONES, HAZEL KENNEDY, HUGH A. ALFREY, CHARLES EVANS. JACK KNOX I.EVERETT, and WILLIAM ALFREY. JR.. if living, and if dead. the legar represen- tatives of each of said named Defendants. the unknown heirs of each of said named Defendants and the legar representatives of the un- known heirs of each of said named Defendants: if the unknown heirs of said named Defendants are dead: then the unknow heirs of the unknown heirs of said named Defen- dants, and the legal represen- tatives of the unknown heirs HERLINE From Page 1 Louisiana Magazine for six years, He also has worked as a reporter for The Lafayette Daily Advertiser and The Opelousas Daily World. Herline's wife Frances. and his three children, Loraine. 16. Ed, 10. and .Mary. 8. will be moving to the ),Ialakoff area at the end of the present school year, "'Mr. Heriine's qualifica- tions and capabilities are such that he will be a great asset to the newspapers." Mrs. Scheibe said, "It has always been our goal to provide the community with a responsible and responsive home town newspaper. 'With Mr. Herline as a part of management, we feel we can do an even better job in communicating the PUBLIC NOTICES of the unknowh heirs ot said named Defendants: You ae hereby commanded to appear before the 173rd Judicial District Court of Henderson County. Texas. to be held at the courthouse of said county in the City of Athens. Henderson County. Texas. at or before 10:00 a o'clock a.m. of the first Monday after expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance hereof: that is to say. at or before 10:00 o'clock a.m. of Monday the 21st day of April. 1975. and answer the Petition of WiUie MeCulloch. and George Vassaek. Independent Executors of the Estate of Mattie MeCulloch. Deceased vs. Mary Louise Owen. Gussie Choate. Mac Carpen- ter. Garvin Alfrey. Sam Aired. Elizabeth H. Leverett. Jerry Leverett. Jack Leverett. Jayelene Leverett, Charles H. Evans. Natalie Alfrev. Neville Alfrey. Aleta (;regory. Clarence P. Alfrey. Ann Bedford. Allen Alfrey. Thomas Neville Alfrey. Maxine Evans Dutton. Lorraine Vassack. Mildred Stalnaker. and Malcolm Cogs- well. Plaintiffs also complain of Clarence Alfrey. Will Alfrey. Booker Alfrey. Flora Evans. Edith Leverett. Fern King. Violet Aired. Clarence Alfrey. Jr.. Mamie Jones. Hazel Kennedy. Hugh A. Alfrey. Charles Evans. Jack Knox Leverett. and William Alfrey. Jr.. if living, and if dead. the legal representa- tives of each of said named Defendants. the unknown heirs of each of said named Defendants and J watergate eras PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC representatives of the unknown heirs of said named Judicial District unknown heirs of each of said Defendants are dead: then the Henderson named Defendants: if the unknown heirs of the be held at the unknown heirs of said named unknown heirs of said named said count) in Defendants are dead: then the Defendants. and the legal Athens. unknowh heirs of the representatives of the Texas. at or unknown heirs of said named unknown heirs of the o'clock a.m. of Defendants, and the legal unknown heirs of said named 12th day of representatives of the Defendants. which petition ansxver the unknown heirs of the was filed in said Court on the zen State unknown heirs of said named 21st day of February, 1975, Texa. Plaintiff Defendants in which the and the nature of which said 74A-176. following persons are Plain- suit is a suit to construe the Bank. .Maiakoff, tiffs: - Willie .McCulloch and will of *lattie McCulloch. C.E. I)ool and George Vassack. Independent Deceased. Botick. Jr.. in Executors of the Estate of If this citation is not served folloxving person Mattie McCulloch. and the within 90 days after date of its Citizens State following persons are Defen- issuance, it shall he returned koff. Texas. and dants:Mary Louise Owen. unserved, peron are Gussie Choate. Mac Carpen- WITNESS Lelia May I)ooland John ter. Garvin Alfrey. Sam Kelly. Clerk of the 173rd xhich petition Aired. Elizabeth H. Leverett. Judicial District Court of said Court on the Jerry Leverett. Jack Leverett. Henderson Count). Texas. Februar). 197;. JayeleneLeverett. CharlesH. GIVEN UNDER MY nature of which Evans. NatalieAIfrev Neville HAND AND SEAL OF suit on a Pro Alfrey. Aleta Gregory. SAID COURT at office in the If this citation is Clarence P. Alfrey. Ann City of Athens. this5th day of u ithin 90da) s Bedford. Allen Alfrev March. 1975. issuance, it shall Thomas Neville Alfrev I,EEIA MAY KELLY. Clerk unerxed. Maxine Evans Dutton. of the 173rd Judicial District WITNESS Lorraine Vassack. Mildred Court. Henderson Count). KEI.I.Y. Clerk of Stalnaker. and Malcolm Texas. Judicial District Cogswell. Plaintiffs also com- BY: Juanita Rogers. Deputy. Henderson ('ounty plain ofClarenceAlfrey. Will ISSUED THIS 5th day of GIVEN Alfrey. Booker Alfrey. Flora March. 1975. HAND ANI) Evans. Edith Leverett. Fern LELIA MAY KELLY. Clerk SAID COURT at King. Violet Aired. Clarence of the 173rd Judicial District City of Athens. Alfrey. Jr.. Mamie Jones. Court. Henderson Count) the 26th day of Hazel Kenned). Hugh A. Texas. I.EI.IA .MAY Alfrey. Charles Evans. Jack BY: Juanita Rogers. Deputy of the 173rd Judic Court. Knox Leverett. and William Public Notice T exa. Alfrey. Jr.. if living, and if dead. the legal representa- BY S. Paroline. tires of each of said named 'tHE STATE OF TEXAS ISSUED THIS Defendants. the unknown TO: JOHN R. BOSTICK. March. 1975. heirs of each of said named JR.. Defendant in the herein- I.EI.IA .MAY Defendants and the legal after styled and numbered of the 17:lrd representatives of the cause: ('ourt. Henderson unknown heirs of each of said You are hereby commanded Texa. the legal named Defendants: if the to appear before the 173rd BY: S. Paroline. auuits lnteresteQ in Continuing I v t t ,,.tt l l,t i i W i 1,,i . ',l  l ve Ien toto tllat cer- tain food supplements, along witE lifting weights, were ex- effective in helping a <,///, t would -... . /i ryadvice action ite House lated news that most directly con- adlul -- : terns the people of this area." let. 1 io it =i=  " ":::  she said, , '.C- TRINIDAD n, who it z.tpm t, mid the ix From Page I ttgiznated l/d for by a by the planning committee, This invoh'ed distribution of an "opinion survey" to a cross-section of families in the city. The results of this survey will be used to better enable the planning con> mittee to determine wha the "wants and needs" of the citizens of the community are. .Members of the Trinidad Planning Committee include: Jim Finley, chairman: Bobby Rounsavall: Roy Cain: Phil Stevens: Lan-v Estes: and Jerry Crocker. Cit.v Council representative. The Welsh .,y that if the marigold does not open its petals before seven it will rain or thunder that day. son: third, chocolate bunny from Evelyn Drake, Charles Robinson: third, chocolate bunny from Evelyn Drake, Todd Gilmore: fourth, a bag of candy and an oil change from Tanner Motor Co., Cathy Pritchett: fifth, choco late from Phillips Foods. sixth, lawn dart game from Hardy's Pharmacy Billy Pritchett: seventh, cash prize, Dianne Jack: eighth, cash, Sheree Hinkle and Shelly Robinson.- Other prizes, cash and wrapped Easter eggs were donated by these Malakoff area merchants: Wayne's Au- to Mart; Byar's Texaco Sta- tion; Tanner Motor Compa- ny: AI Inmon Ford Sales: Kirby's Department Store: Food Fair; McKee Lumber Co.; Bradshaw Insurance Co.; Julian Sand & Gravel Co. and Citizen's State Bank. Tammy Glasgow, Janet Harris and Brenda Hutchins helped to hide the Easter eggs. Rotarians helping with the project were Mark McKee, Al Inmon, Jerry Hinkle, Joe Jones, and David Hutchins. Rev. David Hutchins, presi- dent of the Malakoff Rotary Club expressed his thanks this week to the individuals ........ and businesses who had con- tributed to this year's Easter egg hunt prize fund and paid a special tribute to the hardy souls who came out in in- clement weather to partici- pate. 1ol onth, The doc_a:f ' " -,%-$nt the I bread and .al P, eat least a ,: \\;'-::l__t fats and oil: patlakes lit :borg, :%:.::t ho% tl;  f. And "--'z, [ 'ement: .,. 'he sk We've Got The .Lake Covered? MALAKOFF NEWS MABANK BANNER KERENS TRIBUNE KEMP NEWS ii not . lie i :R h In These four Territory Times newspaper affiliates offer advertisers 5,000 Paid Subscribers. )'i - . /i Double that of any single pubhcation. a! 11 one of these numbers for inform,= about our special total /it',  circulatio, rates in any one or all four publicatio,s, %'-7. !i !ii!i ,  i: k horde KEMP NEWS-498-8114 OUl00 DOLLAR @Og$ FffBTHE.q