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INSURE AGAINST FIRE Page Six $ THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, June 5, 1970 Malakoff, Texas I THESE FIRE POTENTIALS: Frayed electrical wir- ing; clutter and rubbish; faulty heating units; these ore iust a few of the things that r:an start a fire in your home. Check your home for these hazards today. And... BE SURE YOU HAVE ENOUGH COVERAGE... Mrs. George Black left for Greenville and Sulphur Springs on Tuesday to be with her nep- hew, Bill Black of Sulphur Springs. Bill is currently recup- erating in a Greenville Hospital from injta-ies he suffered last week in a car wreck. In the mishap, Bill was said to have received a crushed arm and broken kneecap. Weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Harden Airhart were her sister and brotlr-in-law, Mr .and Mrs. Dick Long of Fort Worth. Mrs. Hardy McClaET of Dallas was a Friday and Saturday guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Airheart. Satur- day night dinner guests included the Airlmart&apos;s son and his fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Air- heart and daughter Shannon, of Athens. This reporter extends deepest sympathy to Roy and Lois Cain in the los of Roy's brother, T. J. Cain, 77, of Tyler. T. J. the fourth brother Roy has lost in a little over a year, passed away at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Tyler Medical Center after a short illness. Roy and Lois attended the funeral services at 2 p.m. Monday held in the Burkes-Walker-Tippett Chapel in Tyler. Interment was in White- house Cemetery. Mr. ad Mrs. Roy Cain met their daughter and son-in-law, Major and Mrs. J. A. Steele in Jackson, Miissippi last Tues- tion of a home on property ad- jacent to the Cain's. Mrs. Archie Fellrath had as weeklong houseguests her nep- hew, J. L. Moran of Oklahoma and some young friends, Carole, Tommy and Diedra Day, all of Kerrville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson of Watham were here to spend the weekend with Mrs. Frank Carpenter and to enjoy the fa- cilities of Cedar Creek Lake. The Watham's and Mrs. Car- penter made a tour all around the big reservoir which is the first time for Mrs. Carpenter. A Sunday afternoon guest in the home was Mrs. Archie Mae Johnson of Malakoff. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Trotman Jr., spent Thursday through Sunday at their home here on Temple Road. Tommy and Dai- sy are currently residing in Dallas while Tommy is em- ployed in that city. The F. F. Johnston's had a busy week last week with fami- ly affairs. Their son Jack, and his son, John, both of Bloom- field, New Mexico and Dianne King, Kevin and Kimberly came in from Cheyenne, Wyoming. The reason for their visit was to attend graduation exercises of Miss Ramona Lee Johnston from Athens High School. Now, all are rushing back to Las Ve- gas, New Mexico, for John's graduation from Highland Uni- versity, and to attend his wed- ding on June 20, to Miss Joy ported to be getting along just fire, though sufffring slightly with a cold. Gina became ill last week after her mother, Gloria, came down with a strep throat, and it was feared the baby might have contacted the illness. She was carted to Dal- las on Sunday by her mother and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harden Airheart, where she was given a thorough examina- tion by a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hill and Robin were here Sunday to spend the day with his aunt, Mrs. H. L. McGee Sr. The Hill's reside in Irving. Terry Fleming, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming Jr., returned to Nacogdoches ou Sunday to enroll for the sum- mer semester in Stephen F. Austin. Errst Jock, confined to Me- morial Hospital in Athens for treatment of a heart attack, is reported to be getting along just fine Ernes suffered the attack two weeks ago while at work in Dallas. At his request, he was transferred to the Ath- ens hpital. Mr. and M.rs. N. J. Clonts of Dallas were here to spend Me- morial weekend with her broth- er and sistex-in-law, Mr. ard Mrs. Sam Mosely. Mrs. Ethel McGee accompa- led Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mc- Crackin to Tyler on Friday ev- linda and Adam, who had been F. F. Johnston's plan to be grnddaughter, Miss Becky Me- guests of their grparents present for both occasions, and Gec, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. ie- will then go on to spend the Roy Lee McGee. Ethel reported through the last s(ml,_ter of the io<} school.  turned to Florida summer months in the south- th:t more than 300 students with their parents. The nmjor ern Rockies. participated in the recital. will be leaving in Dember for ---. _ r .1. Mr. and Mrs. George Uhrich r.p , t $ .. a tour of duty in Vietnam, and M Girm Marie Mitchum, ............... ..... ............................... his wife and children will return six weeks old daughter of Mr. have as a current houseguest The Commemal Inmarance COITtp'll to this city to begin construe- and Mrs. Mike Mitchum, is re- their great granddaughter, Miss Cindy Rogers, who plans to spend several weeks here. The think! ,., weo in Dallas on Sun- Not too soon to day before last to pick up Cin- dy. Mrs. Sam Mosely was hostess on Tuseday for members of the Bible Study group. The study, led by Mrs. George Uhrich was the last to be held during the summer months. deserves the best! See our full line THAT The News has recdved word of the death of Odis Ridgway, around 58 years of age, and brother of J. H. "Red" Ridg- way. Odis was said ,to have been found dead in bed Wed- nesday morning by his wife at their home in New Orleans, La. Odis was employed by the Wes- tinghouse Elevat" Co. Mayor Freeman Miller was in Austin Wednesday through Friday attending to business. His wife accompanied the ma- yor to Burnett where she stopp- ed off to visit with her sister while Freeman was in Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wflhanks and son, John, formerly of For- hey, have become the latest residents of this city. The fami- ly moved into one of the houses located on Lone Star Road, and Don is now employed by Texas Power and Light Co. Memorial weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Land were Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Land, Leah and Matt of Piano and Mrs. Anita Mallory. Durum, Larry and Stevie of Tyler. Rerend and Mrs. Hrman Bulman left Sunday for Long- view'where they were over- night guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clmst Wilson. The Bulman's dan's, Leis and Leanne, remained with their gramipamnts, while their parents went on to Houston to attend the aea-mal Methodist conf--. Mrs. Cora  and Mrs. Hel- en left Monday for ! !:i:  Houston where they by Billy Wayne W trio then went on La., to visit with and Mrs. Johnny daughter, Darla. en expect to time this weekend. Mrs. Willie for both the nesday bridge ON and PROPANE*- TANNER MOTOR CO. //o &  ,'. -7/ Look For The Humble aCk  ecks/, Mrs. Clara Fleming was car- ried to Broken Bow, Oklahoma on Sunday by her daughter and shrub  l' son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom- & hedge *]4 NOW,,j  my Stm-diekl. Clarawilremain Shurflle .. ieMin  iii t  ketn h BaL fasrmea niti HAIR :SPRAY C P trimmer "tq" who is ailing. , 14-oz. bottle RECHARGEABLE TRIPLEHEADER CT Reff $46.95 1. Protective plastic cap. 2. Self-sharpening rotary blades in Microgroove floating-heads. 3. Whisker "dust" chamber under shaving head. 4, Charge indicato--always on when shaver is prugged in. 5, Socket for connectin cord Switch "OFF-CHARGE"--position for charg- 6. ing bui}Fm batteries "ON"--position for op- erating shave with or without cord. 7. Shave counter--advances one number every time shaver is turned off. B, Pop-up trimmer for sideburns, mustache. Plug with built-in transformer. Use torcord op- t, eration or to recharge batteries. Voltage selector switch adjusts to 110 or 220 V |0, AC to match local voltage. ]|, Cleaning brush. Lights at Special $39 Make sdections now while 9ou have a 00ood choice $995 Pbilh'ps Appliance Malakoff Mrs. Arthur Stardield is on the ailing list because of an attack of asthma and bronchial trou- ble. She is recuperating at home, although her doctor ad- vised hospital care. Mr. ard Mrs. Hollis Hines Jr., and their children of Sli- dell, La., spent the Memorial weekend here with his perents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines Sr., and with her mother, Mrs. Wil- lie Stacy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Ar- den were in Sulphur Springs, Dallas, and Greenville two days last week visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Bradley and granddmghter, Jennifer Chandler, and Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Johnston were in En- nis on Friday evening to visit with their sister and brother-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lusk. The families all enjoyed dining out at the dinner hour, in one of the specialty  in Ennis, :i: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller of :': Irving were here on Sunday to !ii pick up their six month's old ii daughter, Cristi, who had been a houseguest of her grandpar- ents, the Bill Miller's since Wed- nesday. Mrs. Alpine Holcomb was busy durir, g the weekend ge- ring moved into the home she and Hawk recently Farchased from the Peyton Graham's. Al- pine was assisted in the move by her sister, Mrs. J. C. Pen- bins and ethers. Moving was ex. pected to be conpleted by the time Hawk returns this week- end from an overlu job at one of the Texas Power and Light plants. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nolan and son Stephen, left for .thedr home in Durant, Okla., on Tues- day after a two day visit here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Nolan and daughter, Lisa. Mrs. A. S. BlansRt was in Austin through the holday weekend to visit with her s and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blansitt. She made the tip to and from with her daughter and son&n-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Shannon o Dal- las. 59c 4 for 1.00 Del Monte PEARS 303 Can 3 for 1.00 SCOT TOWELS 2 roll pkg. 45c -. Chuck Seven Shoulder Arm ROAST lb. 59c STEAK ROAST lb. 69c lb. 79c Del Monte TUNA Chunk Style 2 for 79c Del Monte DeI Monte -- Crushed PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 2 for 19c JUICE DRINK Pineapple -- Grapefruit 3 for 1.00 WEINERS 12-oz. cello pkg. Prime RIB ROAST lb. 89c FRESH GREEN ONIONS or RADISHES 3 for 25c LETTUCE Large Firm Heads each 19c Del Monte ENGLISH PEAS 4 for 88c SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY @ F. WARREN GROCERY & MARKET :.