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Page 2- MALAKOFF NEWS- Jly 15, 1976 ii!: j &gt;:, X' X She mal00t00 !ii to the editor iili Malakoff News !ii To the Editor: !:::: iif <\< !:!: P.O.Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 Telephone 214/489-053 l Published Continuously Since 1913 Donna Scheibe Alexander, Publisher Editor & General manager ......... Tom tlerline Advertising .......................... Barbara McKee Prtgiuction ............................. Sharon Carroll Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in Henderson and adjoining counties, $5.50 per year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year outside Texas Entered in the Post Office at MalakofL Texas 75148 as a second class matter. Published by Territory Times Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. '.::::':+::+:':':':':+'"'"'"'"'" '" ". ":.'.."'"', i TEX.,a PRE ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mrs. Jack Eh'od i /ABSOCIATIO N Please change my address from Big Spring to Mrs. Jack Elrod, 1224 Chris Circle Edinburg, Tax. 78539. I'm the former Charlotte Evans, daughter of the late Albert Evans and Mrs. Edna Evans who recently lived in Malakoff. My husind has received a promotion and is the district conservationist of Edinburg. I enjoy getting the paper and keeping up with the news. It's a great paper for a town the size of Malakoff. Judy, Terry, Cindy and Traci Newman are back from a vacation that included a trip to Carlsbad and Baton Rouge. Judy's mother, Mrs. J.E. Farmer accompanied them to Baton Rouge, where they visited Mrs. Farmer's brother, Barton Tolbert. Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Seldon of Hearn, and Mrs. Janie Drennan of Cayuga recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Drennan. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harper and Andrea of Overton spent the weekend with the Larry Drennans. Stephen Estes has return- Not all emancipateci :wo: :, want to be addressed as Ms., according to a :onversation I overheard in )alias recently. An attrac- ,ire young woman was com- plaining about the reluc- tance of one of the bank credit card companies to issue her a credit card without a title designating her marital status. Although she was married, she had applied for her card as plain Betty Smith. The bank, after due investigation, approved her application and issued her a card as Mrs. Betty Smith. She returned the card with a letter requesting that her account be recorded as Betty SmLih. The bnk sent her another card giving her the tiile of Ms. Betty Smith. She returned that card, too. "Don't call me Ms. or Mrs.," she wrote indignant- ly. "I'm just plain Betty , Smith." "Can't do," the bank wrote back. "We have to put some sort of title in front of our name." , ......... : _ ,,'" ,, P )  . . .... u.r., answered the per- isJibber: "Labia me Ps. McAfee celebrate his birth- pital in Corsicana. She day, Sunday. weighed in at 7 Ibs. 8 oz. Cemeter00 Donations Kelli.She's welcomed by a sister, C.O. Dodson has disclosed Mrs. Helen L. Brewer, the following donations to teacher of vocational home- the Malakoff Cemetry Ass- making education in the ociation: W,W. Jackson $12; Mrs. Tera Barns and daughters COME HFAR Aza!le, Joy and Doris, $20 in memory of Hill R. Barnes; Blanche L. Hickman $20 in memory of Alan Hamilton; Rev Mrs. Opal Kirkpatrick, $10; Flonnie Cude and Mrs. Glenn Pulley, $100 in mere- Darius Leon ory of their mother, Mrs. Malakoff High School, will Mr. and Mrs. participate in the State dock of Houston Inservice Conference for weekend with their Vocational Homemaking Mr. and Mrs. Teachers to be held at the Bride. The Dallas Hilton Hotel in Dal- son, Gregg las July 27-30. Mesquite, also Not Fiat Enough ed from a six-month tour of Josie Cude; Agnes Day, $10 duty at ROT(: Camp at Fort in Memory of Mrs. Lee Johnston If the drip bowls on the Knox, Ky. He is the son of Riddlesperger, and Bill Day, $10. J l:k range turn blue or gold in Mr. and Mrs. Clay Estes. a color, this is a sign that the Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Lewis Quilt Winner Preach at U IIU utensils being USed are not and Leona Lewis went to Mrs. Evelyn Tanner @as REVIVAL flat enough. Dallas to help Lyndon the winner of the Bicen- .,..,.:.... ........... :.;..: ; -;.'.'.-.-.-.'." ..................-................,...............;..;.;.. : .<. ;..:- .....:..;.:.. ;- by donna scheibe alexander .:.: ............................ :,. .......................... ...v,... ........ ...-.....v.., ....................... :.: tennial Quilt July 3. Her :.:. " Obituaries ...w. io,ve0000ot,,,.t First Assembly of God .:.: !i!i out of the article on the ' :i::i ii!il celebration. Now she's try- Then she puts a drop of Ross J. Hamilton Mrs. Riddlesperger was a ing to figure out some way to 802 N. College Malakoff vanilla on the kitchen light life-long member of the preserve is so it can be Nightly bulb. Ross J. Hamilton, 51, Methodist Church. displayed at the Tri-Centen- at 7 p.m. When her husband comes passed away Sunday in Services were at 10a.m. tenial, which she doeen't June 21-25 0 day) home the house is filled with Dalhart. Friday in the First United expect to attend, ncluding 00tur the delightful aroma of warm A native of Eureka, Kans., Methodist Church in Male- It's A Girl Sunday Morning, 11a.m. vanilla and simmering Mr. Hamilton lived in the koff with Rev. Wayne Can- Charles and Susan Wood onions. Trinidad-Cedar Creek area non and Rev. Phill Trammell are the parents of a Bicen- -"It smells just like I've for the past9 years, officiating. Interment was tennial baby girl, Julie Kay COME JOIN US been slaving for hours over a He was a member of in Malakoff City Cemetery hot stove," she claism, and Providence Baptist Church with Paschal Funeral Home Wood, born July 4, 1976 at " 1:20 p.m. in Navarro Hos- there's no questions asked in Tool and was a veteran of in charge. / for Person." And, swears the deter- mined Ps. Betty Smith, that's the way her card was issued. Women who are quite content to be known as Mrs. have their own methods of attaining a few liberated hours, says a friend of mine who is a happy housewife. Several of us were dis- cussing the difficulty of trying to keep up with the demands of a house and family and still find time for a few hours of shopping, reading a book, or just plain goofing off. Friend Yvonne shared a bit of strategy which she says never fails. When she's been gone all day and arrives home just a few minutes before her husband is due home from the office, she dashes in the kitchen, puts a pan of water on the stove to boil with a generous amount of chopped onion. about how I've spent the the army in World War II. day." Funeral services will be at Sounds like a great idea, 3 p.m. Wednesday in Provi- but I forgot to ask what she dence Baptist Church in' puts on the table to account Tool with Rev. Irvin for the lovely smells from the Anthony officiating. Inter- kitchen, ment will be in the Tool Our male chauvinist rela- Cemetery with Paschal tive, Uncle Ben, claims there Funeral Home of Malakoff in are some compensations for charge of arrangements. the women's lib movement. He is survived by his wife, Seems his youngest son just Mrs. Barbara Hamilton of married an independent and Trinidad; one daughter, enlightened young lady who Mrs. Lynne Brooks of Trini- is dedicated to the zero dad; one granddaughter, population grovth Christi Brooks of Trinidad; movement, his mother, Mrs. Minnie "We don't need children, Hamilton of Trinidad; three and we're not going to have brothers, F.C. Hamilton of any," declared the bride Fontana, Calif.;H.L. Hamil- when Johnny brought her ton of Wichita, Kans., and home forher first visit with D.M. Hamilton of Trinidad; the family, three sisters, Mrs. G:W. The newly weds did have a dog, however, a highly bred, neurotic poodle with a finicky appetite. Johnny and his bride were completely devoted to their Bubbles and a great deal of their time and conversation at home was spent agonizing about the eating habits of their precious poodle. After the young couple and Bubbles had left Uncle Ben and Aunt Sally were discussing the new marriage. "Isn't it a shame," sighed Aunt Sally. "They don't want any children." "Hmph!" hmphed Uncle Ben. "It's a blessing! Any- one who'd ruin a dog like that ain't got no business having children!" Not Much Home delivery is expected to account for less than seven per cent of all milk bought in the U,S. by 1980- compared to 70 per cent in 1940, reports Mrs. Gwen- dolyne Clyatt, consumer  marketing information spe- cialist with the Texas Agri- cultural Extension Service. | Sun=Proof00 with built-in Acrylic Flexibility SWetchus agd shrinks with temperature and humidity peeling Fslic resistant colors Il resistant paint film SALE PRICE!! White - sS gal. THRU JULY 15 W. R. McKEE LUMBER CO. Hwy. 31 E Phone Pendlay of Kansas, Mrs. E.D. Widdoes of Wichita, Kans., and Mrs. D.W. Shaw, of Eureka, Kans. Pallbearers will be Johnny Bell, Orville Hare, Roy Eavenson, Clyde Dalrymple, Marion Baker, and Charles Lovelady. Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger of Malakoff died Wednesday, July 7, at the age of 94. She was born in Alabama in 1881 to Susanna and G.W. Tidmore and moved with her family to Texas and settled in Clay County in 1892 and moved to Malakoff in 1897. Miss Mary, as she was called, taught school in Old Goshen, Payne Springs and Eustace. On Nov. 19, 1911, she married Lee R. Riddle- sperger. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Fay Lewis, of Malakoff, Irene Dement and Mary Lee Wileman both of Tyler, six grandchildren, nine great- grandchildren, nephews and nieces. PREVENTS WEEDS @ Ideal for Bermuda grass and St. August- ine lawns, Rescue Grass in 1 Easy Step ferti-lome. WEED AND FEED SPECIAL MALAKOFF NURSERY AND GARDEN CENTER 734 W. Royall Blvd. Malakoff, Texas 489-1521 For= . () (,-Ts) P U B L I S H E R ' S C O P Y State Bank No.....21. ,! "1" T , Consolidated Report of Condition of " ........ .Q.,..T...Z.{..S........A.T....B;K. .............. of ..... }.I..'....'..QF.. ..................... in the State of .......... .T.EXh.S. .............................................. and Domestic Subsidiaries at the aid $ ?Trrm busimms on ......  ...... ,,..3 ......................... ,19..7.5.... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29, 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 1. 2. 3. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Sch. Item Cash and due from banks .......................................................................... C 7 U.S. Treasury securities B 1 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .............. B 2 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .......................................... B 3 Other bonds, notes, and debentures B 4 Corporate stock Trading account securities ............................................................................................................................................... Federal funds sold and securitin purchased under agreements to resell .... D 4 .................. -a. Loans, Total (excludmg,unea mcome),: .............. :..:...:....:..:..::,....:: A -v.14Dvi,,.....,,';::.:, b ' L' ., , ......... ............ , ...... ,..,,,,,,.., ............... .,,...r; ess. Rrve for poss,ble loan losses ............... : . " . " , : .  C. Loans, N ...... i ............  Direct lease financing ..................................... . ........................................... Bank prem|ses, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ..................................................... Real estate owned other than bank premises .................................................................................................................. Investments i0 unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ............................ ' ............................................ Customers' liab|li to this bank on acceptances outstanding .......................................................................................... Other assets , ................................................................................................ G 7 .................................................. / TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) .................................................................................................... LIABILITIES Sch. Item Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ F If Time and savihgs deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. F If Deposits of United States Government ...................................................... F 2 Deposits of States and political subdivisions ............................................ F 3 Deposits of fdeign governments and official institutions .......................... F 4 Deposits of commercial banks ................................................................... F 5+6 Certified and officers' checks ..................................... ,.. ............................ F 7 Col..... Mil. ThoU: I c?! -O- E ................................... "_L -C-- Col. A I .................................. i B+C ............................. i A+B+C ........................ A+B+C ........................ A+B+C ........................ A+B+C ........................ A ................................... TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) ............................................................................. a. Total demand deposits .......................................................................... F 8 B A+C  2, i b. Total time and savings deposits ............................................................ F 8 ) 5'"}! Federal funds purchased and secur!ties sold under agreements to repurchase E 4 ................................................. Other liabilities for borrowed money ............................................................................................................................... Mortgage indebtedrmss ............................................................................................. ' ....................................................... Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ...................................................................... Other liabilities ............................................................................................ H 9 .................................................. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) .............................................................................. Subordinated notes and debentures ................................................................................................................................. EQUITY CAPITAL ? Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding L -- ] .................................................. (Par value) ...... Common stock a. NO. shares authorized [. ,....0 ] b. No. shares outstanding [ 0,500 1 (Par value).. Surplus .......... ................................................................................................................................................................... Undivided profits ............................................................................................................................................................... Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ..................................................................................................... TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) ....................................................................................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 30, 31 and 37) ..................................................................... MEMORANDA L , (') I0" J m_ . .+ Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) ........................................................................................ b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item 8 above) ............ c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a above) ............................................................................................................. d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more (corresponds to Memoranda items 3a plus 3b below) ................................... e. Total deposits (corresponds to item 24 above) ........................................................................................................ f. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase (corresponds to item 25 above) g. Other liabilities for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 above) ................................................................... Standby letters of credit outstanding ............................................................................................................................. Time deposits of $100,000 or more: .......................................................... a; Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more .......................................................... b. Other time deposits in. arounts of $100,000 or more ............................................................................................ 1 I : 1 :Jl ............ : ......... .zoe..Eauk,..P<,xar. ............................... of he'above.named bank, do solemnly { sw I 'at th# report of ia gr a orrect, go the bas of my Iotowledge and belief. /t'-/ .  " . . :" l ................... ........................................................................................................................ ,"':"'':d.e':""'-"':'"'* ;-'v::'''c ................ r .......... i , / / ........................................................................................................................ ./_..<.x_ .................................. ............................ : ...... : ....... : ....... : ...... :: ............................................................ ....... [ Stau of .............................. .T...e...X.! ....................................... Coun of (MAWS MARK FOR S00/Tt to and subacribed before me th .... .]:.]h. ....................... day of .......... .. ....................... NOTARY'8 L) aZI 1 hrrsb eerti/y that 1 am  an 9ffieer or director of thi b@nk. O f, r, June I 7 .ou,o.... ...........................  ................ ,1 .......  HNo'* k)