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Page Two -- MALAKOFF NEWS, July 2, 1971 20 YEARS AGO Mrs, Sam Moseley, Mrs. Truitt Wallace and Mrs. Dolly Palmer Billy Gunnels of Trinidad and David Carter of Malakoff, escap- ed injury Friday when the auto- mobiles which they were driving collided on tiighway 31 about a quarter of a mile west of this city. PFC Delroy Graham, who re- cently completed a course in the radio school at camp chaffee, Arkansas, arrived home [or a 13 (lay furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs. C. L. Graham. l,uther Paroliae of Athens, em- ployee of the brick plant of the Teas Clay Products Company here, was painfully injured Sat- urday, when he was struck un the head by falling bricks from the crown of the Kiln, in which he was working. The youth fellowship of the Trinidad Methodist Church will present a special progra,n atthe church on Sunday evenings. Miss ltubbie l,ynette King, daughter of Mrs. Sanford L. Meek exchauged nuptial wws with Jack Pearce Saturday even- mg at the First Methodist Church. vices in Malakoff onSaturday af- ternoons immediately following underwent operations at Memor- ial Hospital in Athens last Thurs- day. 30 YEARS AGO Sheriff Jess Sweeten was rushed to the Baylor Hospital in Dallas Sunday aRernoon with injuriesto his back caused by a bucking horse, which he was attempting to ride at his farm place south of Athens. Miss Ouida Owen, daughter of Mrs. D. B. Owen, has been selected by the Malakoff Rotary Club to represent 'The Lignite City' at the 60th anniversary of the City of Kerens today. A suit has been filed in district court at Athens by J. M. Neal, Malakoff mine foreman, against the Metropolitan LifInsurance Company in which damage in the amount of $3,000 are asked for injuries suffered in a ,nine acci- dent. The Rev. Lester Roloff, pastor of the Trinidad Baptist Church, will again conduct street ser- TOOL PICNIC JULY 16th NOON 'ILL.. the regular merchant's trades- day event. ,The public is cor- dially invited to attendthese ser- vices. From 'round the town' section of the paper - "A card thisweek from Miss Alma Carson, which she signed, , The Back Seat," indicates that all is well withthe Leonard Carson family in their new St. Louis home. 40 YEARS AGO The contract was let to the Hawn Lumber Company this week for the complete remodelization and brick veneering of the Dodge Gentry residency on College St. The Hawn Company bid, which was the lowest offered on the structure was $4,782. Texas Power and Light Com- pany has completed an extension of their lines to serve the new brick home and service station recently built by Johnnie Schoeck. Bids are now being asked by the stateHighway Department for the pounding and jetting of that portion of Highway 31 between Athens and the Trinity River. The regular summer revival meeting of the First Baptist Church began with the morning service last Sunday and will con- DOZENS KENTWOOD Select from these exciting Kcntwood chairs by Riverside. Scotch quard treated for high stain resistance, pellon skirt lining for longer, lasting beauty, pre-selected hardwood frames and a wide selection of fabrics to choose from....can be easily converted to swivel rockers. Hurry, this offer limited. THIS WEEK ONLY $ 9s // Mchkoff tinue for a period of two weeks. The pastor, Rev/Wallace Clark, will do the preaching during the entire campaign. Saturday night visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker were Mr. andMrs. CAns. Adams of Athens and Mr. & Mrs. Forrest Whitman also of Athens. Mrs. Howard Miller from Brownsville has been visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs J. D. Waller and with Mrs. L. T. Waller. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rather from Port Neches spent the weekend with Mr. and Mr. M. D. Fowler and other relatives. Jack Fowler spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. D. Fowler. Drew Truelove of Waco has been on vacation and spent last week with his mother, Lucille True- love. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hickman from palestine visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I,. Graham on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Quinn from Taylor were visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. McLain all last week. They returned to their home on Sunday, leaving one of the granddaughters, Susie, to spend another week with her grandparents. Mrs. A. C. Gee, Mrs Nettle Reese, Mrs. Arnie Pickle, and Mrs. Tillery, all of Athens, were visitors of Mrs. R T. Grill in on Saturday aRernoon. Mrs. Clarice Cole of Dallas is spending some time with Mrs. Theodore Rice, her sister, while Mrs. Rich is convalescing from Two new dwellings are being her illness. At this writing, she Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reichelt Were BrianSmith, 6-year-oldgrand- in Dallas Sunday for the con- son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl clusion of the Jim Nabors show. Mathis, spent last week here with Miss Bobby Davis, who is era- his grandparents. Brian livesin ployed in Dallas, was visiting her Garland, and every time they mother, Mrs. Winnie Davis, over mention taking him home he in- the weekend forms them that he "likes Mala- Weekend visitors in the home koff because it's the country and of Mrs Dessie Thomas were her he doesn't want to go home ' son and his family, Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Tom Lee and son, Billy, Billy Thomas , Julie and Jana, attended the wedding of Miss from Dallas. and her daughter & Judy Loosier and Lonnie Hol- Other recent v-lsltors in thiNer her family, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- loway at the Calvary Assembly Williams home were their son, Nev Williams, Jr. from Kermit and their daughter and her fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs Don Bahner & three boys from E1 Paso. Mr. and Mrs Buddy Tanner and daughter Melanie of Fort Worth spent the weekend with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs E. A. Tanner. Mr. E. (Nig) Tapley has entered Chester Clinic m Dallas for a check -up. neth Dosser, Randy and Kevin, of God in Waco Saturday night. from Tyler. Miss Loosler is a couMn of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Jessie Sehnan & Lee. daughter, Lugene, from Corpus Bates Murphy, amemberofLog Christi were visitmghis sisters, Cabin Estates sales staflwas ad- Mrs, Dessie Thomas and Mrs. mitred to the Memorial HospitM John Racker last weekend, in Atheus earlier this week. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker Murphy was believed to be suf- were in Alvin Saturday and Son- fering from a heart attack. day for a 50th Wedding Anniver- Mrs. Winnie Davis and her sis- sary celebration of Mr. andMrs, ter Mrs. Mattie Thomas, spent Judge Tilton I \\; CRISco SOFT WEAVE TISSUE KING SIZE Wednesday and week in Dallas visitm McIntre and shopping. Weekend guests in Mr. and Mrs Cred their daughter and her Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pasadena; another Mrs. Tommy Diane. Holly md lington; and Hermau Fort Worth. Mrs Agnes McGlaunofl who had eye surger Hospital ill Corsicana of last week is doing fine. She is dismissed from the Wednesday or Thursday be convalescing at tile her daughter, Mrs. L. in Malakolt for me McGlaun is the Mrs. Jimmy Gihnore, Malakoff. 2 roll pkg. cnstructed this week bY J" M" is much imprved' FOLGER'Sh00'STANT "-- BREEZE LUX $1 i Tanner on his property on East Guests h the home of Mr. and Mitcham st reef. The buildings Mrs. Nev. Willia ms this week COFFEE are being erected on the sites of were their nephew and his fatal- the old A. S. Tanner place, ly from Alexandria, Virginia- Carey Thompson has accepted Col. and Mrs. Harry Cowing and a position as Head of the Depart- their two sons, John andChristo- ment of Economics and History pher, and their daughter, Mrs. Z=:-m in the Amarillo Collegeat. He Rod Wlndley and her son.  will assume his new duties in September i ._. 22 oz. bottle i I I w'"* *" o. o. [ CAMPBELL'S J oIrOMETRIST | ExpertjewelryWatchmakingRepMr and | 220 S. 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