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Hi i !,ii !i? il, i+ ii! iiii + i{ )i i (i + Mrs. J. W. Bradley and ~I'(4.+:!~:~<~!~;~{ !~-:-~=::.~:~:::::~?~:*~7:1~!~i~, ~!~!::!:-~ ~':"~:~+~:~;~; : :~:~< ~::: ~ )):<~:,~ ~ :~;,~-+;~::~:~ ~ granddaughter, Mrs. B o b b y The Methodist Church I THE MALA~OFF NL'WgS 't; ~! Rounsavall were Wednesday Hey. HolIis Flarii . PaYor I Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 16, 1965 Page |i ii:,: : shoppers in Tyler. While there On Sunday at the 10:30 a. ]i i: ~ ~ ~ Ithe two were joined bv the Coy m. ~'V rsh~,P Serv!ce the pastorI luther similar businesses in mostlAt night, the reflective border i~:! ~ a Martin family of Rusk. Jamie wiu preacn on the fifth Corn- w ~o--~p~) -- 2, compre- a~ors o~ saw vemcms anu ac-/ !~~ mandment" "Thou Shalt Honor hensive safety program being quaintea oy tne lexas farm ~ ~ i~ ~.z~ii ~" I ICOUHHC~,-ac oruing to cttulrD/glOWS Drllllan[ly in the path ~i~ ]~ilggd~.~d" it~'adshaw and Bobby .Iltchum, " ' ,saze~y (nree~or. Ioz oncoming neadlights--- ro- ~ ~ ~'~,a " i,lwho had been visiting the Mar- thy Father and thy Mother' linaugurated in Texas and other t Bureau ~azety vepar~men~. / . P , to :~r ~ynuon ~yron will directlstates coma snarpiy reuuceI Joe S e na, lr~ ~a~ew ai ~ " ~ " . ~ :::;itins returned Trinidad with - " " ' ~ / Smetana said the research atl(mcmg a noitow red trlangl~ 1| ~ ~ ;~ ~ ~-. ~!~:lBradley went home with the! : i for an extended vast. dsl e " blic road a s . - ta 'ties and in- " e nigh It :i the Reverend Steve Boone, pas-lPU w y. lety devices such as red hghts,]~ I " Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Collins Steve Warren, son of Mr. andt . Hunes ann ~v per cent oz neisnoum ne moun ea at ne r~r tor ox the Larue u~rcuit will[ Farmers, contractors, ana~re~ ~lags, e~c use at ~ne pre-[ ~of "h v ~ have had as guests in their I - -~ -, .! . . ",Iproperty oamage m acc~aentsl t e emcee, tnree ~o ~ve ~l; bring the evening message and[others who operate venicms a~tsen ~ime is on a vomntaryli " " tfr ~ ~ home for the past week, their i . nvowmg stow ann ~ast-moving om the grouno. the Youth will be m charge oflspeeds under 25 mph can uselbasis only but some statesl~ I ~] daughter and family, Mr. and ~ ' emcees. ~ majom~y o~ ~ne m-~ ;--i~: the worship service. The pas-la simple, inexpensive warning~either have passes rows or navel.uries and I ' ; ~ J ~a~an~es occur to tne Mrs. Eddie Trent and son Ed- ] tor Aev. Flamty, wA1 be the]dev~ce to alert motorists in time!legislatmn pendmg makmg ]t[~ ] die Jr of Monrovia, Californ- ! ' i [~ perator o~ tne saw-moving exchange preacher for Rev ]to slow down Developed through'mandatory on certain types of ] RI~ i ~ " " I vemcm z~me ou or every tenl ia and another daughter and i Boone at Larue for the eve-[extensive research at the Un-vehicles " ~ oI the accluents occur in say- her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jar- ' nag serwce. ]wermty of Ohm, the bnlhant! The emblem and optional ] Jack Hall | ' ngnt hours on ury nignways I ry Don Williams, also of Cal- The Trinidad METHODIST/two-colored triangular symbol mounting assemblies can be '~ ~ ' r accorumg to tne stuaies / ~ ~.~ ~ ifornia. Mr. Williams has just YOUTH WEEK will be held|is endorsed by the National-urehased at a very nominal ' ~ rt,n ~u~ m~UIL R returned from Germany, where July 19-23 at 6:30 to 9:00 p.Isafety Council, American SotS-cost through county Farm Bu- The emblem, made of light-I i| he did a tour of duty with the m Monday through Friday. ]ety of Agricultural Engineers, reaus, Smetana said. Non-Farm :mslll a::~'enrUFriYnatle:'3~s'fhas] II Hoapit atlon,[e Army and Mrs. Williams has The program will consist of:lAutom,~tive Safety Foundation, Bureau members can purchase g -1 i~ rescent orange material has been in California, awaiting his Sing time, Platform speak-]and otaer groups, them at the same low price ~ 0R5-3740 Athens, ~ " . . oeen proven to ne nigmy visime : arrival, ing gSth discussion groups af-[ An (ducational pragram aim- members pay anu pans are . .- ~ I : ~. - ~ ~o approacmng mo~omsts a~ ms-~ terwards, recreatmn and re-led at developing wld[espread bemg mane to nave tnem soia ~ Lances exceeumg one-Ilitn mile Mrs. Jim Gaston, Mr. and freshments and closing wor-luse by farmers and other oper- through implement ueamrs ann ~ ship. Rev. Boone will be the[ l Mrs. Randy Carter and Mrs. Otis Stanfield all visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gaston in Commerce, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Grea- ham and family of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma were xSsitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Milleri for several days last week. Mrs. Florence Stanfield had a "spend the day" in her home Wednesday for the G. A. girls, an organization of the First Baptist Church. Besides the fine food and other entertain- ment the ~irls were coached as to their respective activities in the BibleSchool, being held this week. Miss Debbie Milliken of Ter- reU has been a week long vis- itor in the home of her aura and family, Mr. and Mrs. John French. ,-New residents of Trinidad are the J. M. Hattons who have moved into one of the Hoskins' apartments. Mr. Hatton is em- gloyed at NIPAK. Mrs. J. P. Moorehead of I)al- [as was a week-end visitor of her many friends and relatives in Tr dad. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim! Scroggins in Waco. *~ The Rex'. Hollis Flarity, pas- tor of the Trinidad Methodist Mr. and Mrs Everett Smith Churcb, visited Monday in the of Brazoria, Texas, visited dur-ihome of his ailing mother, who ing the week, her parents, Mr.lives in Marshall. and Mrs. Eugene Berry. While -~ here he attended a pecan con- Mr. and Mrs. Garland Me- vention in Austin. Donald and family and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Ward and family, M all spent the week-end at the r. ann .~rs. r~ugene ~erry . - . Lake O P~nes. Before gums announce zne Dlr[n oi a grana- ~ .~ . ~ ~ ~ to tne lake, the .~lCl)onalos, aC- son Donald Eugene who ~,as ' " ' " t companies oy .YlISS L 1 n o a born Fmdav July 9th, a the '.~ ~. ~narp, went to Ivlan, LA)UlS- r~enderson Lounty .vlemorlal i: u. M:q- ~ : :*^n rmsp]rai a~ ~ p. m. ~ne young . ~ . . . . ilor .~everal oars, man weighed in at # pounos~ and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. l Don Hocutt of Athens. Mr. and 3Irs. Frank Van 0rden and their son, Dr. Frank Van Orden, were in Sulphur Springs Saturday and Sunday they drove Dr. Frank to Dallas where he boarded a plane at Love Field for Gunter Air Force Base in Montgomery, A]abama. Miss Janice Wheatley and Miss Bette Sharp, have volun- teered their services at the Navarro Memorial Hospital as "Candy Stripers" and are hop- ing to get their caps before the beginning of school. QUICK CHANGE FOR A BUSY WARDROBE To make sure your clothes are always ready to go when you are, send them to us for the finest in dry-cleaning and pressing Pho. HU 9-4321 ON HIGHWAY 31 - YOUNg TEXAN OF THE MONTH-- Electronics is one of the many hobbies of Bert Garraff ~of El Paso, who has been selected Young Texan of the Month. end ~;~nar of the Troy P~t Award. Bert. 17, ;~ a se~r at Austin High School in El Pa~. He ;x an "A" average student. member Of the high school bend and football team. and ;s active ;n all school and church activities. The monthly award is sponsored by the OpHm;st Clubs of Texas and Daltas businessman Troy V. Post, through the Troy V. Post Foundation. A~ Young Texan of the Month, Bert automat; ally becomes eligible for the Young Texan of the Year award which goes yearly to one of the monthly winners of the honor. Both monfhhr and annual winners of the Young Texan award are selected from nominees from all over T*xes, by beypan*l of Texas leaders headed U. S. Supreme Court Just;ca Tom C. Clark, Big Capacity! Big Moisture Removal ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Model A 151 15,000 BTU/hr (NEMA) capacity for multi- room residential or business needs Chassis slides out for easy servicing. Magnetic front panel lifts off for quick access to filter, Washable air filter traps dirt and pollen. Removes moisture from room ell" for brisk, dry INSTALLED -- NO WIRING Large Capacity, Multi-Room Cooling F wer Medel A-lgJ Giant 19,000 BTU/hr (NEMA) capac;ty cools several adjoining large rocm~. Chassis slides out--easy to serv0ce. Can remove up to 6 pints/hr moisture from room air. Magnetic front panel tiffs off quickly for access to filter. Washable air filter. INSTALLED -- NO WIRING Malalmff, Texas speaker for the platform hour andTheClosing topicsw rship" for each e+ening Monday ---- "The Bible Then;" Tuesday -- "The B~ble Now;" Wednesday -- "God and Freedom;" Thursday -- "To Recognize Sin;" Friday -~ "The Difference Between Faith and Belief." The youth leaders and many! adults of the local church will be serving, in several capacities to make the youth week a big success. Youth from Junior High through College are urged to attend. Special treats are in store for those who attend each eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rounsavall are the Methodist Youth Fellowship sponsors. Mr. and Mrs James John- stun and Kim have moved back+ to their home in Trinidad afteri having lived in pleasanton forJ the last three months. Dana Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp, came homei Thursday to help celebrate his sister Bette, 16th birth- day. Dana returned to Irving, POSTAL SERVICE INFO: For ,better postal, service, nmil+ all Out-of-Town' letters i~] the large street collection box outside the Post Office on Saturday P. M Sundays and holidays. Letters mailed inside the post office will not be dis- patched until the following day. Postmaster, Trinidad. SAFETY DEVICE In order to combat the grow- ing number of accidents involving slow-moving vehicles, a safety emblem has been developed to alert motorists approaching from behind. The emblem, shown mounted on the rear of the above tractor, is brillantly colored for quick recognition either in daytime or at night. A comprehensive program to encourage use of the emblem by far- mars and others who operate slow vehicles and to acquaint the public with its meaning is being coordinated in Texas by the Texas Farm Bureau Safety Department. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Enhance the beauty and privacy of your prop- erty with a fence of your choice. We offer all + varieties- NOTHING DOWN-- NO PAYMENTS FOR 45 DAYS For Free Estimates PUBLIBHED EVERY FRIDAY " : ,u Entered at the P~toffiee at Malmkoff as matter of the a~ GII.~ERT BOCELI~ Publisher CHJ~tLSTE BOC~LJ~, Editor In case of error in advertis~t this paper will not be /or more than the cost of the advertisement. INSURANCE : Professional Insurance Consulting Without Ce~t Or Obligation -- Before You Buy Insurance See Or Call . . . 502 CEDAR -- HU 9-2086 Specializing In: Life -- Family Plans Retirement -- Mtg. Can. -- Pension -- Business -- Salary Protection -- Hasp. A Thinking Man Knows the value of "Clean Cut" look. Is an individual Has an open mind changes, toward improv- ment . . . Likely too, he will a good barber who under- stands what an hair cut means to a 1NEXT TIME TRY In Malakoff Roy Welborn - HU 9-5201 In Athens. Tony Douglas OR 5-4170 406 E. Hwy. 31 MALAKOFF, A brand new and unique amuse- ment ride on the Midway at State Fair Park in Dall~ is tar Spacerama, which Rives ~ a sensation of weightles~ae~ .4u. TM ins a 10-minute 180.mile "trip into space." Here the Sky, ida, the longest amusement park.~ae of its kind in the nation, gl~ae~ past the Bpacerama, the only one of its kind in the world. During the summer the Midway opens at 6 p.m. Fridays and at 12 noon Saturdays and Sundays. CALL FOR BIDS ON SCHOOL I BUILDING AND LAND Bids are to be received in the Superintendent's office un- til 6:00 P. M September 6, 1965 for 3.5 acres of land, in the Nathan el Addison Survey, and the building formerly oc- cupied by the Negro school in Trinidad. Bids for grounds and building are to be listed ~ep- arately. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. TRINIDAD INDEPENDENT SCttOOL DISTRICr MAKE OLD COUCHES LOOK LIKE NEW! 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