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See,°,° Sue Barnett For: HOME COMMERCIAL • AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employers National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489-0520 510 W. Royall Blvd. Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of .athens CAt Tinney, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Miens New Shipment Of White Shells Pantsuits Pants & Blouses Shirt Blouses With Shells To Match Including Long Sleeve White I/2 PRICE All Shorts s3 Up To qO Value Both Ladies & Junior The Spot Lay Aways Athens Open Thurs. Fri. Sat. Store Hours 9:30 to 5:30 "TP&L's 'sh9pping list' • 99 costs are going up too. As Manager of Purchasing for Texas Power & Light I m especially aware of the Hsmg costs of practically every item of material and eqmpment we must buy to provide your electrm serwce The 1975 cost average of the few items you see here s more than 88°° higher than the 1970 cost But thatsonly part of the story Generating plant fuels cost more. In 1952 the price of natural gas, the prmcbpal fuel used by TP&L was just five cents per 1,000 CUDm feet In 1974, the orme was 48 cents per 1000 cubic feet [he Company s total fuel Idt m 1974 was $89 mdhon more than 64°o hgner man m 1973 Construction costs more. To counter the sprahng cost of gas TP&L s continuing to build new generahng plants which will use hgmte coal and nuclear materials tromcally the cost of hgmte-fueled plants s more than twine as much per kilowatt as gas-fueled plants and the cost of nuclear plants s still hgner Financing costs more TP&L must borrow money to construct its plants and other facihhes. Whde the interest rates the Company must pay on bonowed money are now somewhat lower than the all-hme mgh ot 10va% m 1974 they are still about twice the rates m 1964 Texas Power & Lfght has always worked to Keep the price of electrmfly as low as possible consistent wflh maintaining the rehable serwce you expect We wdl continue this effort m the future Put as our costs increase so must the #nee you pay for the electrmfly yOu use .f I ENAS D()WIR & I J( ill l (X)M E-\\; Nh A taΧ-paylnq tnvtSlOr-OWfJel eleCtriC U|III G T Sutton Manager of Puchasm Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Pierce attended the wedding of their grandson, Michael Jumper and Annabeth Shine in Silsbee, Saturday evening Elementari Honor Students Announced Malakoff Elementary School's honor students were announced this week for 1974-75. Those making the "A" Honor Roll included: First Grade: Sherry At- kins, Kelli Blood, John Cost- low, Anna Dyess, Bridgett Jackson, Clifton Nichols, Karen Overton, Blaine At•c- hert'y, Tracy Edwards, Leon- ard Harris, Rebecca Holt, Dennis Lewis, Manay Smothers, Tacy Stevens, Connie Tarkington, Freddy Yakesch. Second Grade: Dorenda Boykin, Rodney Branch, Rebecca Harris, Tina Hinkle, Lisa Johnson, Amanda Rogers, Paige Surls, Andrea Conner, Margaret Costlow, Yolanda Jackson, Selena Tarkington, Tara Thorpe, Peggy Watson. Third Grade: Ty King. Fourth Grade: Jeanne Brown, Becky Gawlik, Harold Holyfield, Bonnie Tanner, Pare Welborn, Michele Ashlock, Melissa Branch. Fifth Grade: Jerry John- son, Don Norwood, Lisa Weaks, Laurette Armstrong, Jeff Garrison, Kyle Kilman, Ken'y Marshall, Lisa New- land, Kelly boss, Marilyn Davis. Sixth Grade: John Atkins, Gaylon Edwards, Kathy Phinny, Julie Sneed, 1leather Miller, Gene Perry, Kelly Rainwater, Lisa Woolverton, Kim Gawlik, Chip Harris, Michele Holyfield, Chris Thomas. Perfect Attendance awards were given to the following:. Fn'st Grade: Ronatd Over•on: Second Grade: Rodney Givens, I.)ianna Joek; Third Grade: Cultey Rogers, Addle Mac Jackson: Fourth Grade: Jerry] Jackson, Ronald Ray- bourn, Virginia McAngus; Fifth Grade: I,isa Newland; Sixth Grade: Jana Drennan, th)ward Driver, Bill Self, and Jessie Barren. Those recognized for prompt and regular atten- dance for 1974-75 by being absent or tardy two days or less were: Kindergarten: Darrin Allen 121, Gregory Ashlock 111, Missy Glasgow I1), Pamela Fisher (21, Christi Matthews (1). First Grade: Blaine At•e- berry IlL I,amesa Care (2), Carolyn Moseley (2), I,orene Ruth ( l ). Second Grade: Billy Atte- I)errv (l), Kevin Kihnan (lz), Antionette Fisher (1), Cindy Moseley ( 11. Hosea Car() {2), Yolanda Jackson (1), Tara Thorpe ( l ), Peggy Watson ( 1 ), Marisa Weitzel I 1 ). Third Grade: Kalah Brown t 1). Stacy Benton (2), Sheree ltinkle (1), Kristy Allen (1). Lisa Givens (1), Debra Young ll. Bubba Matthews 11), Jeff Glasscock (2). John Tanner (21. Fourth Grade: Cary Jack- son (21, David Markham 12), Glenn Glasgow 121, Warren Alexander 121, Michele Ash- lock (1), Melissa Branch (1, ,Jack McDowell (1), J( ey Templin (1), Kelvin To. .r {2). Fifth Grade: Michael Young (2), lfelen Barren (2), John Vermillion (2). Billy' Whitely (1), Darla Gas•on (1), Marilvn Davis (2), Kyle Kil- man (2), Denesa Robertson {11. Angela Trimble (%). Sixth Grade: Kyle Onstott (ll. Scott Sprayberry (%), Gayla Jackson (11, Melanie l,owry (1), Julie Sneed (21, Teresa Jones (2), Heather Miller 12), Carilyn Overton (11. Barbara Smith (1), Lisa WΧ)lverton (11, Ray Dirmon {2). Michele Holyfield (2), Keith Gragson (2). ALL WORK GUARANTEED May 31. Michael is attending Baylor University. Mrs. Ann McCleary is in Henderson County Memorial Hospital for tests and obser- vation. Church Honored The Malakoff United Meth- dist Church was selected as the Palestine District's nominee for the Bishop Kenneth Copeland Award. Creative-Leisure ministry was the key factor in the church's selection. Paul and Gladys Powers of Port Neches are visiting John Powers and Mrs. Cozette Barnett. It's A Boy Sam and Mimi Tanner are the proud parents of a son, James Ravford born on May 27. UP FRONT-Sixth graders at Malakoff Elementary named cheerleaders and majorettes in Malakoff Junior High for 1975-76 are, front Mrs. Frances D. Anderson "'" Tyler: four daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Frances D. Anderson, 79, died Monday afternoon in Henderson County Memorial Hospital. She was a native of Eustace and had lived in Malakoff for the past 25 years. She was a member of Parkview Missionary Baptist Church. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Parkview Baptist Church with Rev. J.R. Pruitt and Rev. Buddy Hazell offi- cnating. Interment will be in Payne Cemetery with Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff in charge of arrangements. Survivors include M.C. Anderson of Malakoff; one son. Andrew G. Anderson of Eusta,'e: one daughter, Mrs. l,ou tJoelens of Durham, Calif.: two brothers, Casey ,Jones of Victoria. and A.G. Jones of F, ustace: two sisters, Mrs. Viola Short of Vernon, and Genave Wheeler of Mal)ank; nine grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren and on(, great-great grandchild. Memhers of Parkview Baptist congregation were pallhearers. John T. Allen John T. Allen, 77, of Tyler died Sunday in a Tyler hospital. Funeral services were at l l a.m. Monday at Burks-Wal- ker-Tippit Funeral Chapel with Dr. Wayne McCleskey and the Rev. Charles I)anheim officiating. Burial was in Tyler Mem- orial Park. Mr. Allen was a native of Malakoff and lived in Tyler for 62 years, tit> was employed t) 3' the Cotton Belt Raih'oad as a locomotive fireman in 1919, and retired in 1963 as road foreman of engines. tie was a U.S. Navy xeteran of World War I and was a memher of the Tyler City Commission in 1935 and 1936. lie was a member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church, and also Was a inember of q'yler l,odge No. 1233. Tyler Chapter No. 24 and George M. Patrick Council No. 13. Survivors include his wife, Riding Club Winners The Cedar Creek Riding Club went to the Play Day at Kerens Saturday. Several memhers won prizes. Walter Vaughn got tenth in Straight Away Barrels, and tenth m Flag Race. Janie Hvder got fifth in Rescue Race. Tony Cook, fifth in Rescue Race. dackie Thomas a third in the Ladies Calf Scramble. Roxie Cross a third in the Ladies Calf Scramble. Ronnie Thomas a fifth in Men's Clover Leaf, and fifth m the Key Hole. The club's own Play Day is set for June 14, 1975. There will be a special meeting Thursday night June 12, at 7:30. Transmissions Rebuilt or Exchanged BRYANT'S TRANSMISSION HWY 31 RT I ATHENS I RODNEY BRYANT ttenry Bell Jr. of Tyler and Mrs. B.J. Moreau Jr. and Miss Virginia Allen, both of Lufkin and Mrs. Armando Bavaria of Martins Creek, Pa.: two brothers. W.A. Allen of Malakoff and C.P. Allen of Marshall: four sisters. Mrs. Pearl Ridgeway and Mrs. Ruby Weaks, hoth of Mala- koff, Mrs. Kenneth Gates of ltouston and Mrs. H.A. Arrmgton of Marshall and seven grandchildren. Pallbearers were sons-in- law. Henry Bell Jr., A. Bavaria and B.J. Moreau Jr.: and grandsons, Henry Bell II[, Allen Bell and Billy Moreau lII. The family has requested expressions of sympathy in the form of memorial don- ations to a favorite charity. Thomas Ray Ingram Funeral services for Thomas Ray Ingrain, 28, of ,,Route l, Athens were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Carrel and I,ehr Funeral Home chal)e]. Rex'. lrvin Anthony and the Rex'. George l)ecker officiated. Burial was in Athens City Cemetery. Mr. Ingrain died Saturday in a Tyler hospital fronl injuries received in a pickup- train collision east of Mala- koff. A carpenter, he attended Malakoff Public Schools and ltendersnn County Junior College. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Theresa Ingrain of .,\\;thens; a son, Timothy Wayne Ingrain of Athens: a daughter. Khnberly Anne Ingrain of Athens; parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray h£gfam of Tool; and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Miller of Trinidad. Pallt)earers were Bill l)ickerson, l,arry Pose. ltarvey Adair, Jr.. Buddy ,Iohnson, Danny Skilco and Troy Richardson. 489-1317 24 hours C.P. [Clint] Floyd Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. Trini- dad. for C.P. (Clint) Floyd. president of the Trinidad school board, tie died Thurs- day at Corsicana Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Rev. Fh)yd Loven con- ducted the services. Burial was in the Kerens City Cemetery. Floyd, 40, had lived in Trinidad for 15 years. He had worked for Texas Power and Light Co. for 23 years, and his last position was that of chief clerk and buyer. Floyd was president of the IAttle I,ea,me Association of Trinidad and business man- ager for Lodge 1128 of the I.B.E.W. He was a member of the Trinidad Jaycees and the First Baptist Church of Trini- dad. Floyd is survived by his wife, Robbie Floyd, a dau- ghter and son-in-law, Mr. an Mrs. Tommy Cheatwood; a daughter, Stacy Floyd; and a son, Dyle Floyd, all of Trinidad. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Carolyn Floyd, and by a brother, Jimmie Floyd, both of Dallas. Pall bearers were Jim Bob Ivey, Bill Shelton, Ottis Ray Spurloek, Robert Bain, Larry Estes, Bob Stolusky, Harold Colving and Jack Tart. %0 ,%o ,%, ,..00ili Police Report ',:: On June 7. Chief Richard vehicle. Wilson stopped a vehicle for On June 6. a running a four-way stop sign. driven l)y lmther An ,Athens man was taken Malakoff, started to into custody for drunk in on 31 off Mitchum vehich, and running a four- couldn't make it, so way stop sign. Ul), strikinff a On ,lune 9, Officer Marion driven liy ,1.I1. Marshall investigated a dis- Mahlkoff. Moderate turbance at I,ee Pa)'k. No was sustained I)y charges were filed, v(,hlch,, l)ixon's On June 7. Marshall (hmmge(t. Investi stopped a vehicle for a ('hief Wilson. violation and took an Athens On June 7, William man into custody for drunk in of ('o)sicana was Wi'S[ f)ll 31 when an alur SFA Graduate w,,,,,<,w ,,,, ,,.,, ,,,,d <,,, of the car t)lew off i [)ickup truck (h'iven by  NACOGDOCHES-One Gun,Ms ,if Trinidad. student froin Malakoff is erate damage to the row, from left, Cheryl Robins, anlong 475 students at vehi('h,, and the Vieki Brantley and Jana Stephen F. Austin State destroyed, tnvesti Drennan. Middle row, from University who earned high Wilson. left, Lynn Henson, Julie academic honors during the On ,June 9, Royall and Julie Sneed. Back past year. domestic (tisturl)ance row, from left, are Lisa t|e is Robert Thompson of ttighway 31. No char Henson and Lisa Woolverton. 607 North College Street. flh,d. RECLINERS! To Make Dad Comfortable - yinyle Recliners Choice 0f3 Colors Sale s84 Reg. 99  Exclusive Strato Brace Construction Glove Soft Sale Reg. s229 Vinyle $, 189 Stratolounger Rocker Recliner s1999s tterculon Stripe Berkline Vinyle Or Herculon 10% Off 1st Savings & Loan " • Announce The \\;\\\\\ ,1 o/ of the Branch Office in Malakoff 219 N. Terry 489-0991 Office Hours 8:30- 4:00 Mon.- Thur. Fri. - 8:30 - 5:30 All type savings account programs available Including: 7300% annual Rate On 6- Year Certificate Annual Effective Yield • when compounded daily certficaes carry a substantial penality when cashed in prior to maturity Saving & Loan ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS 675-2223