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/ elnn's Trinia ad Thing Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Four- teen members were present. The study was opened wi yer bamg oered by Mrs. Vem SIringfleld. A study en- titled "30 Minutes," taken from 14 d Revelations, was is the last day of the | getting  some good fllfll, give by Mrs. Bama Miller. Drive in Trinidad. Ev- and acquiring a good sunbur Following the lesson refresh- turn your contribution Mrs. Robert Stoinsky and children, Stephen and Julie, spent the hst of the week visR- ing with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bethea, in Caddo Mills. Robert stayed home to get in some fishing. At 9:30 a.m. Tumday the Bi- ble Study of the United Metho- dist Cimrch met tn the home of to a worker as soon as Stanfield came home school (Stephen F. Aus- on Friday with pnetmonia k at home for a time of Carter spent Monday Tueeday in Toledo Bend MALAKOFF BUILDERS SUPPLY 105 S. Terry Street Phone 489-1503 WILLIE V. SIMS, Owner I4dies Shifts, sizes 8 to 48 ........ 5.95 to 7.95 Pastel Slacks ................. 4.98 to 5.95 Toppers ......................... 2.98 to 5.95 Short Suits ...................... 2.98 ments of-cake, coffee, and punch were served to the ladies by the haste=. Miss Julie Stofusky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stolus- ky, celebrated her 10th birth- day with a party at her home on Monday, April 19 at 5:30 in the evening. Ater oponmg her gts at the table which was centered with a giant yellow and green um- bre,a cake Julie had refresh- ments of cake aad punch for her guests. Those attending were Lori, Bill, and Mrs. Weidon Corheil, Stacy Floyd, Jennifer and Mrs. Kay Carter, Amy, Chad, and Mrs. Bobby RounsavaU, and Ju- lie's brother, Stephea Vlsitg with Mr. and Mrs. Freemen Miller last week was his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Buell of Reagea, Texas. Members of the Historical So- ciety from Trinidad attending the Region meeting in Athens on Friday were Mr. Carey Quinn trod Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Kathy Mormm and sons Matt avd Brett, and Mrs. W. C. Fteming, Jr., spent part of the weekend in Jacksonville visit- ing with their husbands, Arloa Mernmn and W. C. Fleming, Mrs. Marilyn Bradley, Presi- dent of the  , bas  that the Spr membership drive is underway. At a receet officers for the coming year were elected. President, Mrs. Bradley, Vice President, Mrs. Pat Williams, Secretary and Treasurex, Mrs. Smxly Lohman, ion Chairman, Mrs. Maxine Tart, Telephone Chairman, Mrs. An- netta Ardoin, Poster Assistant, Sue Smallir, Team Mother for the PeeWee League, Mrs. Rob- bie Floyd, and Team Mother for the Little League, Mrs. Na- dine Colvin. Plans were also formulated to contact businesses and inter- ested persons in town [or con- tributions to begin the year. The Ladies Auxiliary is in- stnmumtal each year in keep- ing the PeeWee and Little League teams going. They work at the concessi stand, keep score, and back the youngsters in every possible way. Anyone interested in the ball teams, are in the youth in general, are urged to join the organization, to help whea caled upc Recent weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. (Jelly) Owens, were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynn Davis of Higldands, Tex- as, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ever- heart of Tyler, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Smith of Browmboro. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eaton re- cently term, ned from an 8 day vacatkm trip to Florida where they visitod with their son, Howard, who is stationed in Jacksonville with the U. S. Ma- rines. The Eatom made tho trip one way and returned m- other so that they could see all the countryside. While in Flori- da they visited Daytona Beach and Cape Canaveral. The News extends its sym- pathy to Reverend and Mrs. Hansel Springfield on the death of his nmther, who passed away last week after a long Illness. Mrs. Springfield was reportedly 86 years of age at the time of her death. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bynam of Amarillo visited in the home of Mrs. J. B. Bradley during Mr. and Mrs. Herb Satmders and Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr., the past week. Also visRing was attended the Senior Citizens Mrs. Doris Reemer of Dallas. meeting Tharsday in Athem. Mr. and Mrs. Stun Mosely, by PHEIIA INOWOEN Miss Vinnie Peary is in the spent the weekend with her Suits ...................... 2.98 to 6.95 Jr., who are wortdng at the Memorial Hospital in Athens. p, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stryker Plant for TP&L. We wish her a speedy recovery. Pierce SMITH DRUG  t- VARIETY M; -- --- Mrs. wayMrs'Addition,Addie Snowdon,is home from of Lakethe and Mr'gh-ls,and MrS.Kare,AdrainGay,Veableand Maxine Green spent Monday in hospital in Dallas and was able Marium, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Malakoff  Phone 489-1220 Illas on a shopping trip. to attend church Sunday. Venablo, Dale and Gall, and a ' Om Sunday School was down schoolmate of Gay's, Cindy WANT SOME HELP WITH YOUR HOMEWORK'?. Mrs. C. C. Wright spent the weekend in Corpus (Yaristi vis- Iting with a niece. "Mr. and Mrs. JetTy Sprlng- field of Lulkin visited last week end with his parents, Rev. amd Mrs. Hamet Sprkd. The Dorcus Class of the Unit- ed Methodist Church held their monthly basiness and social meeting in the home of Mrs. George Uleh Thm'eday at 2:30,p.m. ! c, Fl  a c- le K District Convention in Tulsa, Oklahoma. he conven- tion was held Thursday throw Sunday. Mayor Freeman Miller has signed a Proclamation declar- ing May 7th as New Comer Day in the City of Trinidad. This wlll go along with the annual Cbamber of Commerce dlmmr which wiU be held on that date. Citizem of Trinidad are happy that peeple are looking to Trini.- dad to make  homes, and try on May 7th to make them feel welcome. Mr. and Mrs. COy Mart and daughter Kathy, of Rusk, spent the weekend visiting with moth, Mrs. J. W. Brndley. Upon leering Trirddad Sunday, Coy was returning to Waco to resume work with TP & L after havg boe m for the past s 11 tl If you plan on doing the work yourself, we've had lots of experience in financing materials for do-it-yourselfers. Why wait to be comfortable? CITIZENS STATE BANK Since 1939 4ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Malakoff, Texas 75148 weeks. Howgap he00. "ng heats in the winter can be an air-amd0000oaer that ceols in the wmmer. some Sunday, but there was a nice crowd for church services. 'Mrs. Mary White's father, Mr. Vogel of Cedar Lake Nursi Home, passed away last Mow day. Funeral services were held at his hometown of Many, I Rev. Irvan Anthony, pastor of Providence Baptist Church of Tool, offi Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Huckaby, Mrs. Beth Grissom, and Mrs. Pheba Snowdan went to Many, Louisiana, for the funeral ser- vices of Mr Vogel. Byers, son of Bin. Ed Byers, fell  broke his arm Saturday right Mr. and Mrs. Prest Dingier and daughters of Tyler visited in the home of Mrs. Dingler's pm'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Young, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and youngest daughter, Sharon, Ashton, wev.t to Dallas Sunday morning and had lunch with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Vermble. During the afternoon, the lad- ies and girls took in the sights at the World of Animals in Mes- quite. Adele Tarking, of Flag Lake, has just recently been dis- cbarged from the Army. He had just ret from Viet- Mr. William Huckaby Mrs. L. M. Snowden were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oran White Frklsy and Saturday night m prayed . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hillger of Cm Barrel City visited his sister in Tool Wednesday night for a while. Well, the fish are still not biting too good -- at least line for me- I think Mary White is catching a few. tINDERS PUBLIC SCALES We Buy Scrap Metal .New & Used Steel "Concrete Mesh Rebar Sherwin Williams Paints i Located On Hwy. 274 / 2 . S. O/ 5 3t. :7/6 620 432-333/ Yes We Give S&H Green Stamps Front-end Specialists Latest equipment and techniques will give you an expert wheel alignment everytime. Get rid of jolts and jars the easy way. No appointment. Wash, Lubricate, Polish  Pick Up and DelivUl Complete Line Hercules and Dunlop Tires Tubes, All Sizes, Wholesale Prices BYARS TEXACO Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 @ Ph. 489-1584, Malakoff You already have half a central air conditioning system. It's a simple matter to install a cooling unit to your gas heating system. You can probably use the fiarnace blower and ductwork you already have. Yog'll save up to half the installation costs of starting from scratch. Temperature control in your home is a year-round proposition, but not an expensive one. We have special rates for gas air conditioning during the summer. And no matter what the season, you pay less for gas than electricity. Another nice thing about gas central air conditioning is its simplicity. ..... There are fewer moving parts. Fewer : breakdowns. Fewer repairs. Wake up your central gas heating to central gas cooling. You'll sleep better this summer. Lone 5tor Cos THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, April 23, 1971 Page Five Mrs. Dora Wilbanks, and Mr. W. R. Parks all visited Satur- day with Mr. and Mrs. Rande]l Stroud in Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Holcomb daughter, Jan and Jill, of Waco, visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Holcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Green and daughters, Karen and Susan, visited over the weekend with his  and grandparems, Mrs. Maxine Greon and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lanier. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. (Slm& ANN'S Beauty Shop Dewey Street Malakoff Phone 489-1510 ANN MeCLEARY, owner-operator Mitchum d Austin were Eas- ter holiday visitors with his mother, Mrs.  Mitchum Wh]le here Llnda and Spud at. so atteaded worship services at the Methodist Churck I I II I I I I WILSON OIL COMPANY AsFr44ALT -- ROAD OILS P. O, Eex 4e1@ Phmm IW/-fil TYLER, TEXAS IIIII I I I IIIl -- I Tools Auto Pads Acessories Oulaney AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone 489- 1533 Tk, lhum, &mmmt VALVE ORINDING SERVICE I I I I IIII IIIII IIIII I I I INTERIOR! Mallie Phillips Services fri Mrs. Mallle Derden Phlllips, 46, died at an Austin Hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Phllips has been a resident of Austin for the past 10 years. She was a fner resident of Seagraves, and in early life she was a res- ident of Malakoff where she at- tended schools. Survivo  her husband, Harold E. Phillips, St-., Austin; sons Harold PhilUps, Jr., Austin, Joe Phillips, U. S. Navy, Annapolis, Maryland; daughter Julia Phillips, Austin; parents Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Derden of Fort Worth;  brothers J. It. Derden and E. W. Derden, both of Fort Worth. Funeral services will be at 2:OO p.m. Friday at the Weed- Corley Funeral Home with bur- ial in Austin Mnorisl Park, I CAMPBELL'S Expert Wat=hmdd Jewelry Repeir Plane OR $4131 ATHENS, TEXAS II II - -- II I II II II III IIIIIIIIEII GENERAL . 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