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Page Six THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, June 20, 1969 Malakoff, Texas Captain and Mrs. Vic Donne]l, and sons. Vic Jr and Chris, pose for a family photo before the Captain de- parted Tuesday for a second tour of The spacious lawn and sturdy Oaks form a restful setting for the Peno Ill l II ! Pound Shurfine FLOUR Pound Bag Maryland Club +Coffee Pound Morton Tea Bac 48 Size Homegrown Pound I Illlllllll I I I I Homegrown Pound Tall Korn Pound Pkg. A.F. All Meat Texsun Grapefruit duty in Vietnam. While he is away, Mrs. Donnell and the boys will re- side in their new home on Malibu Drive. Graham residence located on Cedar Creek Lake. Juice 3 .oz. I.{I} Cans Morton Black Pepper ounce Can I I Pound Cello Food King Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tiner of 521 Cherokee Trace in Athens, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Gay, to Hugh Lucas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jap Luc- Hugh is a grandson of Mrs. E. R. Blakeney and a nephew of Jim Blakeney and Mrs. La- verne Storey, all of Maiakoff. The wedding will be an event of August 30, in the United A total of 161 Rogers rela- i tires attended the annual fam- ily reunion of the clan on Sun- i day, June 8, held in the Com- munity Room of the Citizens State Bank in Malakoff. Relatives expressed their thanks to bank personnel for being allowed to use the facili- ties after the weather turned bad and plans had to changed from the original gathering place. Those attending were: Melba Trammell, Roy Tmmmell, Melba Jean Pierce, Phillip Roy Price, Terry Pierce, Dale Pierce, Sandra Kay Scardino and Robert Scardino, all of Houston; Willie Allen, E. P. Allen, Della Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Rogers, Shan- non and La Dona, Mr. and Mrs. Lit Allen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Treaman Perk- ins and family, Mrs. Martha Farrell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starkes and fami- ly, Mrs. Cosette Barnett, Mrs. Mamie Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Rogers, Lana and Russell, all of Malakoff. Also Willie B. Trammell and Trumon TrammeH of Dallas; Tom and Wessie Rogers of Ty- ler; Onie Trarnrnell of Waxa- hachie; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers of Port Neches; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers of Mala- koff; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nor- ris, Royce and Lisa of Dallas; Dorothy Wilcox, Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Douglas Jr of Houston and Percy Mc- Lain of Malakoff. Also Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Huddleston of Waxahachie; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tapley, Mike and Teresa of Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McI~in, Mrs. Gracie (Allen) Pool and family and Mr. and Mrs. Trea- man Perkins and family, all of as, also of Athens. Methodist Church of Athens.Malakoff; Mrs. Essie Perkins of Athens; Mrs. Don McLain, Tim and Kim and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and farni- ~'~'~=~K~L(~ on the idea; thai God gives us. Mrs. Bob Douglas and family, rr~-~ ~]~" We need to meditate carefully l['htB'~lt ~ and thoughtfully on the reali- We must work the works of zation that God works through him who sent me.---(John us, through His ideas in our 9:4). be mind. Act on the ideas that Often our way seems to God gives us, and good results blocked only because we havewill materialize. FRI-SAT FRI-SAT JUNE 20-21 JUNE 20-21 DEBBIE REYNOLDS Pound ELVIS PRESLEY "HOW SWEET Can,"TROUBLE WITH IT IS" Shurfine or Imperial GIRLS" - ,os - ELVIS PRESLEY S BAR TECHNICOLOR "CHARRO" Pound SUN-MON-TUE-WED Both Shows In Color Bag JUNE 22-25 FABIAN Nabisco Box Nabisco Pound + "THE DEVIL'S EIGHT" SUN-MON-TUE-WED ADULT ENTERTAIN "99 WOMEN" TECHNICOLOR TECHNICOLOR Pound For Heads Hormel Pound Can Rib or Brisket Pound HEADQUARTERS For the finest in tire service come to us. And we always carry a complete selection of name tires. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tapley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tapley and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tap- ley, all of Housto~ Also Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Rogers and Gilbert and Pa- tricia Bankston, all of Dallas; Margaret Srrdth and four sons of Brownsboro; Don Hender- son of Houston; Lonzie Starkes of Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bailey and Bever- ly, Mrs. Carrie Rogers and Stephen Davidson and child- ren, all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson and Glen- da, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Morrison, all of Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Lea- mon Rogers, Benny, Lori and Mandy, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. David Norlie, Brian of Dallas; Mr. Dewey Farmer, Port Mrs. Nita Wilbanks and Mrs. Billy J. four children, all of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Terry and Ricky of Also Mr. and Mrs. Miers, Mr. and Mrs. Sevier, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Cecil and family, Mr. and ward Browning and and Mr. and Mrs. Busby, whose all unknown. The income tax has g increased the price cess.--Fred W. Bergen (N. J,) Citizen- Op~ "Y~ 7~ Openings left for several Fri-Sat. ~tanding appointment~ q O 6 G&e- q- FUN TIME FASHIONS FOR SUMMER . . . 3.98 to 14.95 Stretch 5.98 to 6.9g 10 10.95 PRICE NOW IN PROGRES, ii+ O +:i+i++ + AND MEN AND BOY'S AND .98 to 5.95 I i It0 P~. ~ /I c. 4~q-3371 1