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URDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY | PLUS liNE BIG WEEK EKVI5 PREB00V CHIRRG! STARTS suNoAY JOHN WAYNE A Howard Hawks Production "RIO LOBO" To"  a masterpiece by roofing craftsmen MALAKOFF NEWS, July 2, 1971 -- Page Nine V elton Grayer Selected To Atten!00U.T. Medical School Vel . - James Louis Scholl, Vandagriff were in week visiting relatives. grandson, Steve of Houston, came home with them for a visit, and all lakes--to take full pre- from EastTexasStatelnlverzty Mr and Mrs. C. S. Lewis spent the weekend in Houston visiting their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis. They all at- tended the Astrodome baseball games Friday and Saturday nights between Los Angeles and the Astros and really enjoyed them. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGrewand Brian of Dallas andMr, andMrs. Berry Watts of Fort Worth were guests in the home of their par- ents, Mr.and Mrs. C. M. Gil- more. Other visitors in theGll- more home this week were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dann and Randy of Louisville, Kentucky and Mr. and Mrs. Dub Ellis and Tim of Odessa. Mrs. Edna Evans spent the first part of last week visiting with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hanson, inCorsicana. She then went to Wortham where she visited with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Elrod, and family. Mrs Elrod brought her home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schessler left today for Roswell, New Mexi- co, where they will spend aweek visiting friends. cautions against tragedy that can strike so quickly. Rules and regulations, while highly impor- tant, do not supplant the needler common sense. Carelessness in boats is dangerous, especially for the person who cannot swim, or is far from shore. Mrs Spivey Services At Tool Mrs. Leona Splvey, 65, died in Athens Memorial Hospital at 2:00 A.M. Monday after a long ill- ness, Funeral services were held at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday at the Provi- dence Baptist Church in TOol with the Ray. Irvan Anthony of- ficiating. Interment was in the Tool Cemetery with Eubank Fun- The Tarrant County Water Con- trol & Improvement District is building a 72-inch pipeline to move water from the district's Cedar Creek Reservoir, in Hen- derson and Kaufman counties, into the Fort Worth water dis- distribution system. The line will be completed next year. Mr.and Mrs. Homer Ray Trim- and then received his M.S. in zoo- ble are the proud parents of a logy from ETSU in 1971 baby boy horn June 21, at Haynes He is a member of the first class Hospital. to enter the new UT campus inthe The young man weighed in at Texas Medical Center. Dr. 8 lbs., 10-1/2 oz ,andtheynamed Cheves McC, Smytle, Dean ot him Eric Lydell. UTMSH, commended the excep- tional quality of the initial class of young students committed to help alleviate the urgent need for practicing physicians in Texas. eral Home of Mabank in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Spivey was born in the Tool community and had lived there all her life. Survivors are her husband, Floyd Spivey of Tool; one daugh- ter, Mrs. Wanza Lou Ingram of Dallas; three sons, BobbySpivey and Gary Spivey, both of Male- kerr, and Billy Spivey of Aley; one brother, Lester Peary of Mabank; six sisters, Mrs. Addle Snowden, Miss Vinnie Peary, Mrs. Bertha young, all of Tool, Mrs. Beulah Garrett of Trinidad, and Mrs. Marcelle Winston of Mankin; and ll grandchildren. Pallbearers were nephews ot Mrs. Spivey - Ray Smith, O. D. Smith, Bruce Smith, R. J. John- son, Buddy Johnson, and Robert Peavy. WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. Box 4010 Phone 597-5051 TYLER, TEXAS ANN'S Beauty Shop Dewey Street Malakoff Phone 489-1510 ANN McCLEARY, owner-operator For the continued success of every facet of the Ventures ON CEDAR CREEK LAKE CERTAJN-TEED'S ILfLL--E[( The Hallmark "Shangle" is a new concept in roofing products, it combines the wood-grainod beauty of wood shakes and the lastincj durability that only an asphalt shingle can offer. That means that Hallmark "Shancjles" won't rot, warp, shrink or split . . . and they exceed the Underwriters' Laboratoeies' standards for quality of materials and construction and for their fire-resistance. The distinctive "Shangles" are quality made to last 25 years or more. CGIINEO square McKEE LUMBER CO. Hwy. 31 East Phone 489-0527 Malakoff, Texas WE WANT TO Rebecca Wilson Honored IV, ii00,h Shower Miss Rebecca Wilson was the honoree at a wedding shower last Tuesday evening at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Malakoff. Hostesses for the courtesy were Mines: Woodrow Drake, Carl Mathis, Bill Raiser, G. V. Walker, Melvin Crouch, Walden Leopard, Lester Hos- kins, and Marless Drake. Receiving the guests with the honoree were her mother, Mrs. Arthur Wilson and the groom's mother, Mrs. E. C. Stiefer. The bride's chosen colors of pink and red were carried out in the decorations throughoutthe parlor. Misses Rhonda Wilson, Susie where an ice ring of pink andred roses floated atop the red punch which was served with cake squares alsodecorated withpink and red. Appointments were of crystal and silver. Thehostess' gift to the couple was an Oster- rizer in avocado color.. Miss Wilson and Mr. Bobby Dwain Stiefer were united in marriage on Saturday, June 26, at the First Baptist Church in Malakoff. Trinidad Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Benton and Walker, and Mary Walker pre- daughter Melinda of Tyler spent sided over the serving table Thursday and Friday visiting her mother, Mrs. G. L. Black. Mr. Tom Cain, brother of Roy Cain of this city, was scheduled to undergo surgery in a Tyler hospital on Tuesday of this week. Mr. Cain is reportedly suffering with a heart condition. Post Office Dedication THIS WEEKEND WITH LOG CABIN NOmLE ,OMES TRAILER SALES CENT NEW HORIZON MOBILE HOMES MALAKOFF MARINE SUPPLY Hwy. 31 PHONE 489-1509 The inauguration of the new United States Postal Service Thursday was celebrated in Washington, D. C. and in every post office across the country, including Malakoff. Dedication ceremonies in Washington were hosted by Postmaster General Blount. Malakoff Postmaster M. D. Fowler issued an invitation to all area residents to visR the local post office to view the photo- graphic display of modern postal service jobs and functions. Also on display are the new Historic Stamp Posters. These stamps were grouped in the following subjects: Space Exploration, En- vironment, History and Trans- portation. Order blanks are available for anyone wishing these reproductions. Visitors to the post office were given a souvenir envelope im- printed with the old and new in- signia of the PostalServlce. This envelope was also made available as a first day cancellation...for the cost of an 8 stamp. The stamp used for this first day can- cellation was the new eight cent Postal Service stamp which is a small replica of the new Postal Service Emblem. Tools Auto Pads Ac00es Dulaney AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone 489- 1533 lm Tools.  Aemmm VALVE GRINDING SERVICE I TWIRLING CLINIC 5 DAY CLINIC JULY 6 - JULY 10 Fundamentals, solos, struts, dance twirls, 2-baton, fire baton, hoop, cape and trick classes. Majorettes Lines Welcomed Ages: 11 and over, 8.11 a.m. Ages: 10 and under, 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Limited Enrollment SWTA Licensed Teacher and Judge Feature Twirler of HCJC, 1970 Kathy Harris Call 887-3340 u iii nm lun i It's A Pleasure To Seroe All Of You .. . NEW ERA ELECTRIC COOP. J. B. Swink - Athens, Texas DID 0g KNOW...o B HE RILI" ROOM AIK CONPITIONEK WAS 5UILT BY FIW.IPAIE IN 19Zg.'TI4E INET WEIGHEP 215 L$ Willie "TI4E gEMOTE COMI::SOK WEIGHED ANO1"i4EE 4ZT 1.8. AHP TOOK A. MUCH FLOOK SPACE AS TOOAV'5 HOtAE FURNACE.'I'HKEE OK IqPt et: TOM (OI.T UNIT WOOLP FIT IN "THE MENSIONS OF Ti4E FIRT MOIZEL IULT. )pl:..tl WIKPOW AIR CONplTIONEI?,5 k SUMMER III(=I4T TEklPEEAllJKE$  C(WIT'OItTA SLEEPIN6. SOME FEATURE FTING SUSFENSION TO ABSORB NOISE/MID VIBRATION. Ctt 00U ra i  n:ff:d tti o  r: f Get our prices before you buy. HILLIPS APPL Street Malakoff