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,r Leo Kinabrew maintainer and is usg it to do some repairs to the Mrs. James Johnson Penny and Kim a part of their va- with her mother, Parks, and his par- and Mrs. Bryon Jolm- ci other relatives and D in Trinidad. After a few they plan to tour the Big Bend comSxy and other points of interest before return- ing to their home in Fashing, Texas. 4:30 a.m. was a pretty excit- ing time Monday morning for Miss Gena Maria MRclmm. Her father called from Viet Nam and the young lady got to cry for her daddy for the first time. Her mother, Mrs. Gloria MRd um reports that when Mike call- ed the first order of the day was to awaken Gem so he could here her cry. She complied af- ter so early an awakening and possibly a slight pinch from her mother. Gloria also reports that Mike will soon resume his du- ties in an office until he is com- pletely recovered from his in- juries suffered in combat. After a few weeks of office work he will be sent back  Da Nang. Mrs. Suzanne Airheart has ac- cepted a position as nurse in the office of Dr. M. A. Pierson in Athens. Although she is still helping out at the hospital un- til a replacement can be found, she has been working in the of_ rice since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp, Harriet and Jim, were in San Antonio over the weekend to at- tend the wedding and pre-nup- tial affaim of their son, Mr. Dana Sharp of Dallas and Miss  Cathy Roy of Dallas and San The Trinidad Little League Cats won their balIgame with the Malakoff Cowboys last Tues- day by a score of 24 to 23. All reports say that the high scor- ing made for a pretty exciting baseball game. Coaches Harold Colvin, Son Collins, and Douglas Thompson are seeing some good results from a lot of time and energy they are devoti to he Little l.egue program. Mr. Jerrel Rayfield left for Dallas on Sunday to live for the remaider of the summer months and to work in that city. His plans for now are to enroll in North Texas State University in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Don Avant and daughter Robbie will so(m be moving to the Trinidad, Mal- akoff arena. Billy Don has ac- cepted employment with Paci- fic Finance in Athens and as Mr. Leon Boatwright of Ms- bank, brother of Mrs. Opal Lew- is, fell at his home last Tuesday night and suffered a bead in- jury. He was carried to Baylor Hospital on Thtwsday to see if a cause could be found for se- vere headaches he has suffered since the fail. Mrs. Lewis left for Dallas on Friday to be with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Don Covey and two sons, Frank and Don, have been visiting in the home of Mrs. Opel Lewis. They came to Trinidad aRer a ,trip to Lub- hock where they visited with his parents. The family left for their home in New Orleans on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lurer Stun- field had as their guest last week her brother, Dr. and Mrs. Horace Bean and children Wil- lis, Barbara, and Emily, all of THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 3, 1970 Page Five ' Antonio. The wedding was held soon as their home in Dallas is Magnolia, Arkansas. The Bean's , , , in the Los Angeles Heights Unit- sold they plan to move to the were accompaedontheirtrip  GENERAL I ed Methodist Church at 8:00 Cedar Creek Lake area. by her mother, Mrs. Lee Snider i ................ p.m. Saturday, June 27. Mrs.  who is also a resident of Mag- THINKS AS MUCH F Upehurch, a daughter, Mr. Jeff Wolfe is in the Na- nolia. ! and Shaunna Sue of Athens ac- varro County Hospital undergo- OF YOUR CAR AS companied the Sharp's on their ing treatment for various all- Misses Terry ar'd Lisa Start- 1[ CONTRACTOR trip. ments. Among other things, it field have been week long house was reported he just needed to guests of their grandparents, 11 facilities -- T in;v:dX: i t Sunday and ing n the MulUcans huse" JaY Mrs" Ruth Hunter" the lot am/cans Mr and Mrs. Jerry Hawkins ofpolice son Jerry so help REST visiting If department am from worked Star sure NEST" the Jerry Harbor together Jay Jay ofinDallas, athad Mulli- build- spent the in a the rest awhile, children, and Mr. David weekend Mrs. andHoskins, of Herbert Mrs. Waxahachie with Pat son her Lowell Patm mother, of spent Hos- and Mr. Market Company. the began summer employment at to of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Staield Miss Dallas Dallas. American Mary Bradley on She Nell Sumtay isLife and French rooming Linda where Insurance moved Dan- with she : vc ;/HV',;NT: SG :: 489 a :T 740 1 MxEN eEOD,N G ........ I H ffiCe00 Ly* ''  f I  I I ==ie:;,.th: Anew sign on Ctmxee Trace kins of Lima, Peru, is here on iels of that city. She plans to " I M ff " I 11 surr_0u.ndlngs_he "THE an extended visit with his aunt continue her education in the alako and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hays fall. e we care to provide SERVICE as well as home of the D. S. Cunninglmms Hoskins. David is working for of Kere. ,,, , Hays at his lumber ,yard while Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McElroy "-    " cts! i I want to say a special thank here, and also enjoying lake were in Hubbard on Tuesday IAD00 TEXACO yOU " Li] N-- for "tting living" Maureen reprts that to n'teet his sister' Mrs" Mable all the news on the |erokee she and David can be seen Graham, who was returning Trace CUl 'D Sac for it seems cruising Cedar Creek Lake most Mrs. Mable McEiroy to Trini- ,,,UWash. Lubricate.Polth thatis where theactionis, hours.every afternn after wrking dad" Mrs" McElroY has been ahouseguest of here daughter Yg 4 177b II i i i u v Complete line Unirol Ties Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lusk of and family in Beilmead for the Tubes All Sizes Wholesale i DWIGHT A. JONES, O. D. I Ennis were Sunday guests of past few weeks. ITENACOI Pi i orom,r i her sister and husband, Mr. and Pick Up and Delivery 1 220 S. Palufln, P.O. x 9 1 Mrs. Sammy Johnson. The two Mrs. Dora Wilbanks, City families were also joined by Secretary, reports that the 31 at Highway 90 -- Phome 489-4581 | fONd Wed. Afmons | Mrs. Meryl Bradley and Mr. first check for the City of Trini- dad from the city sales tax has Malakoff I "" o..,,, ,.-. "I  Ted Airheart and Jen- arrived in the amount of $598. i DEL MONTE CATSUP, 14-oz. bottle-4 for 99c Shurfine CAKEMIX 3 for 89c ])i Monte Golden Cream Style CORN 303 Can SCOT TOWELS 2 roll pkg 45c OXYDOL giant size 74c 5 for 1.00 No. 7 Loin Rib ROAST STEAK STEW MEAT lb. 59c lb. 1.09 lb. 39c Mrs. Nina Wright, the former Mrs. Rhodes of Trinidad, is being promoted to the posRion of Manager of Alteration.s De- partment for the Discount Fash- This amount is for the first quarter which will mean a year- ly boost of approximately $2,000.00 for the city treasury. Mrs. Jettie Webb of Dallas ion Center. Mrs. Wright has is here visiting wilh her sister, been working for the company Mrs. Lillian Smitl for 14 months and is presently living in Dallas. The opening of their new store will be Satur- day, July 4th, and Mrs. Wright extends an invRation to all of her friends to attend. The store will be located on First and Kingsley Streets in Garland. Mrs. H. E. Marlow is current- ly on an extended vacation in Birmingham, Ala. visiting with her brothers and sisters. Friends report that she is not expected home until the last of July. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Saunders are in Cleburn to be with her mother, Mrs. Howe. Mrs. Howe has been quite ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tart are in Kansas for a visit with both their families. The Tart's daughter, Jackie, will return home with her parents. Jackie flew to Kansas last week so that she might have a longer visR than that of her parents. m mw Tues. July 7 KING SIZE WALLET CREATIVE COLOn PORTRAITS FOR ONLY Del Monte PEAR HALVES 303 Can 2 for 73c Bake - Rite SHORTENING 3 lb. can 59c DRY SALT BACON lb. 49c I)el Monte SWEET PEAS 303 Can 4 for 99c Shurfine PIE CHERRIES 303 Can 4 for 1.00 CLUB STEAK lb. 89c Shurfine PORK & BEANS Large 31-oz. Can 4 for 1.00 Ra-Corn BACON lb. 49c PHOTO HOURS 9 A.MTO CLOSING ! PI(/UIf5 MID[ Of ANOPA, DAO, 14014 AND ALL TNE ttri'LE ONES AT   LOW PlllCE SHUGART B Idat H F WARREN PHOTOS = DAIRY MART o / GROCERY & MARKET- TRINIDAD Malakoff, Texas A Day To Be Proud Of... How could anyone predict what that document being posted would mean to mankind? Since then, the Declaration of Independence has changed history for the better. For the message of that document was destined to enter the hearts and minds of freedom-loving men every- where. Let us all, as Americans, pause today and be thankful for that declaration that allows us to live in a free nation. A happy Fourth of July! J/ S TA?E BANK , XAS