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Page Six THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, July 3 1970 Malakoff, Texas Get a Major Tune-up Only the latest methods in modern elec- tronic tune-ups are used. Specialized equip- ment wilt quickly pin-point the trouble. In most cases we give same day service. All major credit cards accepted. TANNER MOTOR CO. //0 ..  flue. 4g-337/ For The Humble Sign Mrs. Richard Tanner visited with her mother Mrs. Ida Whitehead in Richland last weekend. Mrs. Patty He"don of Ft. Worth was in Malakoff to renew acquaintances with old friends. She will be remembered here as Miss Patty Watklns a form- er employee o the local bank -- 27 years ago. It was her fimt visit to the city in all those years. Arriving late Sunday for a few days vacationing in the Charlle Beck home in Caney City were his sister Mrs. Ger- ald Cooper and sons Jeff and Craig Cooper of Seattle, Wash- ington. Mrs. Cooper said they plan- ned a brie visit with friends and relatives there -- then on to Oklahoma City for a few days. It's Mrs. Coopers first re- turn visR to this section of the country in seven years, she said. Of Caney City, she said it was bm for a few days, but that they were unaccustomed to the warm temperatures. Sum- mers are low 80's in Seattle. Last winter she said they had no freezing tempature there. Also visiting in the Beck home is young Timmy Hergos of Dal- las, grandson of Charlie Beck's sidekick George Roberts. Tim- my, "Smiley" they call him, has been landing some fine cat- fish on his trotline and plans to stay "as long as his folks will let him," he said. Mrs. Vivian Smith and daugh- ter Pare Ferguson  Harri- son, Arkansas returned to their home Sunday ater spending several days here. While in Malakoff they were guests of the W. G. Fergusons. They were here for the funeral of Cecg Shirey held Saturday morning at 11:00. Mr. Shirey was Pain's uncle. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yarbrough were in Jacksonville, Saturday to attend a Coffee Shower hon- oring Carole Lea Yarbrough, bride-elect of Andrew Jack Kel- POTATO CHIPS Reg. 69c 4 Bag [[II/L  I[ II II Shurflne COFFEE Pound ] ____ U IL IH IIII Maryland Club Coffee Pound I IHIII IIHI I I IIIH I Shurfine Pork & Beans II I III II I Scott Viva Towels Large Roll H I IIIII I [ Shurfresh Crackers I ill IIlllll llllllllmll I III I lllll I II Shurfine Salad DRESSING ",".7' I: with purchase of 5.00 or more III III! I II I I IIIIIIIIIIIIII II Food King SHORTENING Pound ,, 6k n t i ii i i H i iiiiiii iiiiiiii iiii ii i Folger's Pound I Vanilla Wafers 2 ,Ncan3:0  PBoUnd Zk p%': "" Ek T 0 m'T} E S LETTUCE ,,ou,,, lk [ [I I CARROTS BACON , 1.19 '" Ilk Heads BANANAS Pounds  , A.F. BACON Pound I CANNE C C 3 o.., 2.28 17 ounce .41(1, Can A& Pkg. =&dm# I I I say in the home oI Mrs. T. D. Stevem. Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Co>k were Monday dirmer guts in the Denton home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. White. Miss Verla Cook and Miss Charlotte Tally who had been visiting there returned with the Cooks to Malakoff. While in Denton, the girls were guests of Miss Ctk's si ters Vanna, Velda, and Mrs M. L. White and Mr. ",ite who are students at T. W. U. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yarbroigh left yesterday morning for Wynne, Arkansas to be with his cousin, Mrs. Pearl Davis, who has suffered a heart attack. Mrs. Bertha Flowers of Ennis, sister of Mr. Yarbrugh will ac- company the couple to Avkaas where she will remain with her cousin for an undetermimt length of time during her ill- ness. The Yarbrougbs, (ndi- Lions permittg, plan to retu to Malakoff by Wedmx, sday. Weekend guests in the O. B. Cook home were Mrs. Ix)is Rob- erts, mother of Rev. Cook, and Sherry and Tommy R(er1_, niece and nephew of the C(.)ks. All are from Waxahachie. Mrs. Ruth Dean of Coldwater, Mississippi is in town visiting her brother Mr. Oscar }tender- son. With Mrs. Dean arc her son, Mr. Horace Dean ad his family of Sextatovia, Mississippi. Last Sunday afternoon, Misses Patsy Blakeney and Fern Holli- man were in Dallas where they attended one of the Dallas Sum- mer Musicals at the State Fair Music Hall. The top Broadway hit was a performance of "Marne", starring Miss Juliet Prowseo The complimentary pases to the show were given to Miss Blakeney by her em- ployers, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bocell of this paper. The girls wish to say thanks to the Bo- cells for this delightful experi- ence and for thoroughly enjoy- ing the show. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bridges were in Dallas over the week- end visiting their daughter her family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl- ton Ham. The reason foe the trip was to carry their grand- son, Ron Ham frame. 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