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12A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, AInU Zl, 1983 a Cash refeipts from Texas farm and ranch prbducts totaled almost $9.6 billion last year, down about $1 billion -- or 9 percent - from 1961, according to information compiled by an economist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University t I Inl I System. The figure does not include gover- nment payments. The decline was due mainly to poor farm prices that resulted from huge stockpiles of agriculturalcommodities. Also, I I THOMAS 8NOWDEN Funpral services for Thomas Delhert Snowden, 60, of Trinidad were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at graveside at Union Cemetery with Rev. Rasco officiating. Burial followed under direction of Foster and Brown Funeral Home. Mr. Snowden died at his home Monday. He was born May 25, 1922 in Brownwood the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George E. Snowden. He had resided in Trinidad for the past nine II ° nu Ann Schroeder of McAllen; two sons, J.R. Williams of Natchedoches, La. and Jimmy Williams of Houston; eight brothers, Clyde Williams, Clete Williams and Zeb Williams, all of Murchison, Charlle Williams of Kerens, Troy Williams of Waco, Arnold Williams of Eureka,/don Williams of Lawton, Okla. and Henry Williams of Eastover, S.C.; one sister, Ineta An- drews of Kerens; and seven grand- children. Brothers served as pallbearers. months previously living in Corsicana. He was a veteran of WWII with services Transfer students in the United States Army and was a member of the Church of Chrlst. have until May 1 Survivors include his wife, Joyce Snowden of Trinidad; three daughters, to compnete-S forms Linda Sue Walmar of Greenville, Lisa Students who are transfers into the LOu Sponsky of Kenmh and Stella Malakoff Independent School District Marie Snowden of Mesquite; three from other school districts must hav brothers, E.M. Snowden, Jessie transfer requests completed before Snowden and Elhert Snowden, all of May I for the 1963-84 school year. Corslcana; one sister, Era Mac Cole of Parents may complete these transfer Corsicana; and fivegrandchildren, forms at the district administration JACK WILLIAMS building at 107 Jackson Street between Funeral services for Jack Williams, 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through 68, of Athens were held Wednesday at 2 Friday. p.m. in Paschal Funeral Home Chapel A transfer form must be completed in Kerens with Rev. Leonard Lee by parents each year for each student Conner officiating. Burial followed in who resides in another district and at- the Long Prairie Cemetery. tends school in Malakoff. Mr. Williams died suddenly Sunday. The State Transfer Policy is Texas He was born March 6, 1915 the son of Education Agency regulated. the late C.T. and Rena Williams. He Pedestrians pald a nlckle to be the first was retired from the United States to walk across the Just-opened Golden Army with 20 years service. Gate Bridge in San Francisco in 1937. Survivors include one daughter, Rena I III I i Livestock Show is underway The 23rd Annual Henderson County Livestock Show is underway this week at the Henderson County Fairgrounds (located on Hwy. 31 East). Daily passes to the various events will he $2.50 for adults and $1 for students. HENDERSON COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOW 1983 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS THURSDAY, APRIL 21 Beef Cattle Show ................................................ 12:00 p.m. Take Steer Pictures ............................................. Afternoon Junior Rodeo .................................................... 7:30p.m. FRIDAY, APRIL 22 Exhibitors Breakfast ................................. 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.nt Ma~t Hoi$1mW ........ ~ ;..7:..i ................................... 7:00 a.m. Feeding Records Contests Judging ............................... 8: 00 a.m. Feeding Records Contests Interviews ............................ II :00 a.m, Rate of Gain Contest Winners Announced ......................... 1:00 p.m, 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest ........................... 2: 30 p.m. Little Britches Rodeo (young age group) .......................... 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 23 Exhibitors Breakfast ................................. 6:30 a,m. to 8:00 a.m. Dairy Show .......................................... : ........... 8:00 a.m. Market Hog Pictures ............................................. 8:00 a,m. Draft Team Pulling Contest ....................... .............. I0:00 a.m, Premium Auction Buyers Reception ............................. 11:30 a.m. Present Woodrow Walker Memorial Award ....................... 1:00 p.m, 4-H and FFA Premium Auction .................................... I: 15 p.m. Check Out Time ...................................... 7:00 p.m. or at end of auction, whichever is later Present Elsie Rosson Appreciation Award ........................ 7:30 p.m. Present Martin D. "Sonny" Plckeos Memorial Award ............. 7:30 p.m. Parade of Champions ............................................ 7: 30 p.m. Little Britches Rodeo ( older age group) ........................... 7: 30 p. m, Drawing for Raffle Calf .......................................... 9:00 p.m. I I I I t , Notice of names of persons appearing u the owners of unclaimed amounts held by In- terRrst lank Malakoff, P.O. Box 449, Maldoff, 11{ 75148. Unclaimed mounts may be obtained by the owners from the financial i fltution listed above within nine months, w from the State Treasurer's Office in Austin after nine months, i Names of M~nl Depe~tm Last Known Address Chockiq kcts. Cedar C~ask Lake Aun. Unknown itirm, Mn. Cpthla Unknown Ifo/, Mrt M.E. Unknown johnson, Joe L Unknown ginp & Queens Ikedtnl LNIve Unknown NIchds, Frank w Pm Unknown Williams, Cecil Unknown Sadnp ~m, ~mus lit 1, lies ZlZ& Atbm, Texas 75751 Ghm, Mwpmt Unknown Grow, Diennm M. P.O. Bex 32e, Malakofl, Texas 75148 GraM, Vicke Ikclmll Box 757, Malnko~, Texas 75148 LmU, Gary Unknown HEIR, khard Unknown Warden, Ted Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknews Unknown Unknewn Unknewn Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown $1 weather losses were heavy m some areas. Cotton led the decline in cash receipts -- from $1.4 billion in 1981 to $875 million last year. All crop receipts totaled almost $3.8 billion in 1982 while sales of livestock products contributed more than $5.1 billion. Receipts from farm- based timber, horses, fish farming, hunting leases, farm pond leases and recreation jumped sharply from $581 million in 1981 to $724 million last year. . TRUSTEES. from page one -Approved financial statement and accounts payable. -Adopted an additional junior high civics book that had been omitted. .Approved the use of land west of the high school baseball field by the Malakoff S()ccer Association contingent upon an opinion as to the scbool's liability. -Continued to make plans for the up- coming Staff Appreciation Banquet. -Approved a resolution to the Texas Highway Department that the speed limit on Highway 31 near the high school be lowered 15 miles per hour. -Heard a report from superintendent Norman Plemons that the elementary enrollment is now 501 and that the average daily attendance at the high school reported to the state was 275. Plemons also reminded board mem- bers that the cut-off for AAA classification is now 270 students ADA. Unless those numbers were raised, Malakoff will remain in that classification for an additional two years. BFrigidaire laFrigidaire EIFrigidaire Frigidaire 15.6 cu ft Chest Freezer 00 II • To make it easier tO protect your food investment a con- venient lock helps you guard against theft After you lock or unlock the freezer, a pop- out key springs back into your hand -to remind you to put it in a secure place • Changing the freezer Iemperature is as easy as turning a dial, A convenient Temperature Control lets you adiust the temperature to help maintain zero degree storage conditions • Help keep energy use down by keeping the cold atr in the warn] air out This Frigidaire Food Freezer offers efficient foam insula- tion between the liner and cabinet shell. Phillips Hardware & Appliance Hwy 3] MaLakoff 489-1529 Mon -Sat 8:30-5:! 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