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Native00 Dies Private Services Conducted ,Lena Overton, a Malakoff resident during most A,M, been in failing health Years. She was a pa- the Haynes Hospital a prior to her death. funeral services were and Lehr Chapel in Athens Wed- nesday, at 2:00 P.M. Burinlwas in the Malakoff Cemetery. Rev. Frank E. Henriques, pastor of the St. Matthias Episcopal Church in Athens, officiated at the funeral services. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Mayhew of Dallas, and one brother, R. M. Payne of San Antonio, and 2 grandchildren. Clinic At Mabank twirling clinic will be at the High School July 6 thruJulyl0, in- &apos;)Harris. I'D SAID I aa who never makes must get mighty doing nothing.-- ,. May, The Florence erald. Cross Roads - 6 Malakoff Cardinals - 23 Winning Pitchers: Chris Dulaney, Dewayne Grayer, Curtis Thomas June 25 - Malakoff Pirates -- 8 Malakoff Braves - 18 Winning Pflchers: Mark Jock and Chipper Souza Classes for ages II and up will League were rained out. be from 8:00-U:00A.M. Forages 10 and under, classes will be held from It:00 A.M. until 1:30 P.M. FRESHMAN LEAGUE - Kathy Harris was the feature tairler at Henderson County Jun- June 24 - ior College in Athens in the fall Malakoff Astros - 7 of 1970, and she has won numer- Trinidad - 9 ous trophies and metals for her Winning PRchers: Greg twirling skill. She is a SWTA Colvin and Melvin SmRh licensed teacher and judge, and since January shehas beenoper- June 25 - ating a twirling school in Mabank. Those interested in attending Malakoff Indians - 22 the clinic may call 88%3340. Cross Roads Bobcats - 2 Select from our name brand DRESSES values to $50.00 <\< ,, 2 other games for the Midge! NYLON STRECH MALAKOFF NEWS, JULY 2, 1971 -- Page Three Malakoff Cowboys - 4 Winning Pitchers: Melvin fn-[dad - 6 Smith, Greg Colvin .v Susie Walker Auends Twirh'ng Camp FROM$8 90 i" PANTS '8 ,0 values to $18.00 LARGE SELECTION OF TOPS values to $12.50 [] GOOD COLOR CHOICE OF FLOPPY CHOCHET FROM $5 O0 PANTS SUITS values to $55.00 $300 HATS --Fire-baton, ,,twobaton"twirl man and housewife but they are dents at East Texas State Uni- and dance twirl may sound just part of what the principal versity. foreign to the average business- of Penelope High School has been Shown, leR to right, are: Susie Mrs. Hansel springfield is spending a few days this week at their home tn Warren, Texas. Several from Trinidad were in Athens Saturday night to attend the wedding of Mary Rounsavall and Rick Surratt which was held at the Central Baptist Church. teaching some 61high school stu- Walker of Malakoff, Sheila Dooley ot Quinlan, Rhonda Law- rence of Van Alstyn', Terri Smith of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and Paula Davis of Seymour. Miss Jerllyn Hosklns returned home last week from Colorado where she had been for a short time. The revival at the First Baptist Church is still in progress and everyone is urged to attend these last nights. Cedar Creek Riding Club News The Cedar Creek Riding Club was well represented when it traveled to MT. Calm last Sat- urday for play day Olin Dukes is finally beginning to do some winning. He placed 5th in stralght-away-barrels (that is 35 years & over). Also, he and Meg Green placed second in flag relay. Megwonhighpoint for thenight. She camehomewlth eight trophies, three of which were Ist place. Judy Johnson and John Dukes are coming along too; they placed 6th in flag relay. Jim Allen did it again.!1 The mare Jim bought for his daugh- ter, Linch, came up with a colt last week. No one even suspect- ed, not even the former owner. Bobble and Jim Green have a new colt burn last week also. We have started training our younger generation in the ways of horsemanship also - every evening at 8:00 P.M. thechbhas a play day for the kids. Ribbons are awarded for l thru 6. A lot of fun is had by all. The club goes to Dawson next Saturday for its play day, and we hope everyone wilt try to make the show. Wednesday, July 7th. m6g/[ WAtL clulr c0t01 p0um g 0NY PHOTO HOURS 9 A.M. TO CLOSING llmlll, lllt Iml III Ill II IIIIE MI IT IMI lilll LIW RMSl SHUGART @LOI00 PHOTOS MALAKOFF MARINE SUPPLY 1 Hw LEGAL NOTICE An Ordinance providing for the annexation of certain tracts of land in compliance with Vernon Statutes 970A of The State of Texas. The following  de. mdl hay, b.n rwe, by a maiority of qualified volw, and land ovnmn whose names appear in petition in cify files of The City of Tool, Texas. TRACT NO. 1 Begin at a point in tim East boundary line of The City of Tool City Limits, said Fnt also being in the South line of the Naocy G. Russell survey, abst. rio. 660; Thence in a Northly direct- ion and along the Easterly line of said dty limits to a point in the South ]Lne of wat is lmovm as Paradise Bay Addttioe; Thrace in an Easterly direct- ion aloog and parallel wRh South line of said addition to the East botmdary line of said N. G. Russell survey, said point also being the West bomtary line of the Thos. Mitchell suey, abst. no. 488; Thence in a Southerly Direct. ion along and parallel with the East line d N. G. Ru=eU sur- vey to the 325 foot costour of Cedar Creek tteservotr: fotlow said 325 foot conto to tim East bot line of city limits of The CRy of Tool: Thence in s Northerly dkect- ion and along the Easterly line of city limits of City of Tool to the place of beginning for the tract of land herein descrlbed. TRACT NO 2 BegtnnlK at a point in Will White Road 3OO feet from Will White 57 acre tract in Nancy G. Russell survey akt. oo 6t, bo.dary of The City Umt of Tool, Texas: Te=e F d a the Norm line of wm white Road to a zint for the East llne  Twin Cove Mad=; Thence in a Noetherly dect- ion to the  foot contort of Cedar Creek lkservotr; Thence in an Easm'ly direct- ion to the East boundary Une of the Nancy G. Rumell survey, abst. no. 680; Theace in a Northerly direct- toa to the Slth line of WUl White Road: Thence along al para with the South Une of WUl White Road to the Zast boendm, ttne of dry ,.tts of The City of Tool: 11me North to .I ple of beginnir for the tract of 1! herein described. Be  onmd by The ay @f Tool, Terns. Passed and Wved  tl reg by The Cy Cocn of The CRy of Tool, Texas, this h day of June, 1971. Mlre P. Vemb, City Ohm W, Mz. I II AUCTION On the Premises 11 a.m., Thurs., July 8 1316 Acres , , Roberts Ranch and Modern Feed Lot {Propery of Brazos Enterprises Inc) t2.000 head capacity modern feed lot will be sold on the premises FM Road 2114 near Lake Whitney Dam, Bosque County, Texas Completely irrigated, perfectly drained No pollulion problems Finest grasses. Lakes, Plenty gram storage (9 million pounds capacity). Catfish farm operation that sells t00,000 pounds yearly  Home. Feed lots--now handling 10,000 head, Could be expanded easily. m All equipment necessary for the operation to be sold separately m 4500 head of feeder catt;e will be available through private treaty sale Carl or write for FREE BROCHURE and equipment list. Dept. TH,, If you hive properties for sale, contact... AC/2H-528-8972 4509 NORTH CENTRAL EPY. DALLAS. TEXAS 75205 And Also DELICIOUS At BANKSTON DRIVE IN MALAKOFF I I I I II IIIII III Lose the Cruisin' Blues 4 "/U with a Chrysler Magnapower Outboard from THE BEST PLACE ON THE LAKE TO BUY YOUR NEW BOAT AND MOTOF EASY FINANCIN6 SEE THE FULL CHRYSLER UNE OF BOATS AND MOTORS MALAKOFF MARINE SUPPLY CHRYSLER l CORPORATION I DSUwi MARINE PROOUCT8 Phone 489-1509 Hwy. 31 Malakoff I j