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By HAROLD SPANN. County Agenl Porter Lee, local watermelon!grounds. R. 2n is President of grower and shipper said tastlthe Hender County Live- Friday that more trucks arelstock Show Association. needed to market this years i The Fifth annual Junior crop. Size and quality are good Beef Cattle Field Day last and acreage looks to be around week was a big success ~ith 900-1000 acres. Prices last week to growers were averag- ing $1.00 to $1.25 per hundred Lots of folks are bragging about their corn crop this year and we see several fields of good corn each week. Jack around 75 people attending. The event is sponsored by the Hen- derson County Livestock Show Association, Rancho Luna of Athens has been host of the !group for the past 3 years. KNOW YOUR SNAKES Walker of LaRue and GarvinI Chances are good that you Mitchell of Carroll Springs are iwill not be the victim of a cooperating with the County poisonous snake bite, but that's Program Building Committeno reason why you shouldn't this year in producing 150 bus-!be able to recognize the four case of a snake bits. And it's free. FARM SAFETY If you move your farm im- :plements on main highways, 'there's a new reflectorized- fluorescent emblem you can buy to warn high speed motorists to slow down for you. It's good day, dusk, or night and in most kinds of weather. Many accidents are caused simply because the ordinary motorist often does not realize that the object on the road ahead is moving as slowly as it is until it's too late to avoid hitting it. That object could be you. The National Safety Council says that accidents [could be reduced substantially if the SMV emblem were used by slow moving vehicle opera- tors and recognized by motor- ists nationwide. iiI ii The I THE MALAKOFF NEWS sionary County Woman's Mis- Auxiliary met at the ,Cross Roads Baptist Church Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 16, 1965 Page Seven iMonday night at 7:30. Follow-I ing the business meeting, theICAYUGA CHURCH Missionary Baptist Church oftHOLDS REVIVAL Athens presented the program.[ A revival, is in progress at tRefreshments were served atlthe Judson Baptist Church in the close of the meeting, tCayuga this week. Services ~'v |started on July 11 and will .vlr ann :ars narolu ~na er/ "' "-"- :'; " -' ~--i-|close on Sunday, July 18.The ann children, ~nam ann ~ou n,f .~ .~ . ~ . , . . ttcevDill~,veret~ oI Dallasis ~et lnursuay morning ior a VlS-[ ". n servmg as evangelist It with friends m Wharto ,~ ' ,~. ~ Rev. Everett is a graduate r'mrce, ann ~1 ~ampo. ~-eyt o . .~ , . . ~. tin on|O] l~ast lexas~apus~ ~ouege also plan o ao some zlsn g j - - ~ O~ vers ~and Southwestern Seminary. .vlamgoroa ~ay. lne ona ~ r /I]e has conducted more than ilvecI in fierce Ior iour yea s! ~--- -r:nci /2uu revival meeungs fluring the wnere ~vlr. ,~naver 'a~ p i - t - ~. E1 menta--~past1:~ years, rresently he is pal oI tne fierce e ry |s" c" 'e " - hool,Pa ~or ,z m uiiHuale Baptist ~cnooi in rne w nar~on ~,c vin toIChurch in Dallas, and is work- District, oelore mo g .~ . ling on ms l)octor of 1neology L~FOSS J-cos(Is. T~ ~egree at the Seminary DICK WELCH FAMILY Morning services were held OBSERVE REUNION at 9:30 a. m Tuesday through iI OPEN HOUSE TO HONOR MR. AND MRS. THOMAS Open house will be held SuU- i day, July 18, from 2 to 5 p. i i m at the home of Mr. and, Mrs. L. C. Thomas at Cayuga i: 5n celebration of their fiftieth wedding anniversary, i Mrs. Thomas is the former i !Miss Salena F~tts. She and Mr. [ Thomas were married July 18, [ 1915. [ The couple had two children, ,[ Mrs. Robert Van Deman, and the late Mrs. C. T. Hopldns, ~| They also have four grand- :~] children and four great-grand- children. Friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the open house. hels on an acre test plot. types of snakes found in Texas. The new traingle-shaped em- The family and friends of Friday. Evening services start We were in a field of How-They are, according to Wallace blem, designed by Ohio State Dick Welch observed their an- each night at 7:30,Monday ard and Jim Trammels whichiKlussman, Extension Special-University agricultural special-i nual reunion on July 4th in through Saturday. tbegular TIDEWATER FILED looked like it would produce 100 ist in wildlife conservation, tats, can be easily mounted on connection with the Becks Sunday worship hours are FOR TWO PERMITS bushels. W. T. George said his ITexas A&M University, the most farm equipment. High- Chapel homecoming. 10:30 a. m. and 7 p.m. The Tidewater Oil C o m, field was the best he had ever rattlesnake, copperhead and way maintenance and construc- Among those attending were seem. Others that we have water moccasin (cottonmouth) tion machines can use it too. Amos B. Welch, Mr. and Mrs. MIKE~ pany has filed an application looked at are D. L. Stutts, Levi of the pit viper family and the It's to be used only on vehicles "The King and I,n Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, will have Gene Tanner and Stan, Mr. ACHIEVEMENT AWARD with the Railroad Commlssi0~t for permits to drill two oll I~albert and Harold Clyde coral snake which represents designed to travel 25 mph or Ann Blyth and Michael Arrears as its stars, July 19 through Aug. and Mrs. Barney Smith and This week the Santa Fe ventures in t h e Edmond~ Clark. the cobra-like family. Kluss- ess. 1 at State Fair Music Hall in Dallas. Ramon Caballero and Sovella, and Miss Hortense Railway made general achieve-Survey of the Cayuga Pettlt R. D. Owen tells me the mann suggests you pick up a The center of the SMV era- Ele .~nor.Calbes have major supporting roles in. one of the most Bell all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. ment awards to 15 Texas Fu-~;~ : anaerson Countlr )lem is fluorescent yellow- spectacular prouuctlona m Summer Musicals h~story. Will Carrigan, and George ture Farmers at the FFA boys "'~ "".~.'~" . ~ ^- County Fair Board set the copy of L-354, "Poisonous " " 1 . "me ~es~ writ De me ~o. z~ stakes last Friday for the new Snakes of Texas" from the of- orange and the outside border Crmt, Tennessee Co ony; Mr. annual conventmn in Houston. n ~ ~ ~zm, ,a, a ,~, ~,A Is reflective red materml. It s and Mrs. I. B. Welc,M. a d The FFA youths will at- ~ C H Litterloh eoncession,~ facilities ffiCe'at andthe Fair fittest ifieeincludesOf your firstl cal countYaid hintsagent'in inexpensive, durable, available ~~z~~~ ~ ~t~ Mrs. O. W. Farmer, Mrs. Eva tend the National FFA Con- " and movable and does not in- ~~//z~z//,f///~r~ ~ Welch, Mr. and Mrs. George vent!on in Kansas City, Mo. in ~l~ terfere with your operation of ~ BY MRS. HAROLD SHAVER Rainwater, Connie and Nancy October as winners of the Joe and Miekey Nell the equipment. ~ ~ Ring, Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Santa Fe awards, i Marion, Kentucky are vtsi~ Write or call my office to ~ ~ Ife'~ g ~ Ring and Brenton, Mrs. Bulah One of the 15 boys selected lMrs. Joseph Kilchensteia g;i!:L find out more about it. It may ~ ~, w ~V J ~ ~ Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert for this honor was Mike Mc-I Mr. and Mrs. Lilly Riddlespergo ! save your life. ~ ~[ tt~r~A[ ~t~,- I~fw ~M~ ~ Welch and Billy, and Mrs. Gee of Cayuga. ~er this week. Our Experts Will Tune ~ ~i Nt~=~FI[~I~/P ~~qi,464~ ~ ~ Alma Fade, Cross Roads. ' : III fdl J ~!~ . . PRESENTED BY CHILDREN ~ ~ Also, Mrs. Eula B. McGahee, i ~~ ~d Replay You~ Ert~h-~e! OF CROSS ROADS CHURCH ~ rnone tlUl#-zlo:# ~ pittsburg; Mrs. Peggy Mc- [ ~t~l"l~/~- NF/~tlrl~ T ~lflqMrINl~V ~i~ YT~ ~;~ ~ f~ . . ,~ ~. f~ m I .t~a.l~ta, l~A~ auv~a.l~ .ll~l~Ulke61~&l~& &V ~ The Book of Ruth, a pla~, ~i~?.~!~;;::~;~2~#~:;~4;~/d~~ ~ ~ " ;#~-~;~;2~/-;";;,~:;~:*:~:~ ::~.~;~/~ ~as resented at the Cross '~i~!~!~";":~~~:(:~~~;~~:~'~'~:'~'z~*"~:~ ~:"~ ~"~ Grav, Mrs.Foster R,ddlesperg-I When You Bring Your Dry Cleanin P " " k Roads Baptist Church Wednes- Recent visitors in the W C two weeks visit in Dallas with er, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spar s, ] ~%," ~,~. dav night. Mrs. Billy Riddle- Matthews home were Mr and her other children. ~Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carrigan, ] WE REPRESENT THE sperger directed the presents-: ~: "~ " ~ [.Joy, Roy, and Sarah Sparks,] h~.~ T.ATTNT1TIV : t]on and cmiuren partaking ,- ~. . Meadora Willingham spent:'~. ~. ~,~,~a,~ I ,% ortn, ~ illlan] -r-~VIl{2 O*l~or[ vir ann ,v~rs u r nogers, ~ere Sunbeams, GA ~ and from st ~eek end m Crescent " - - " " ~ . the pa. ' {~- " ' ' " " l PICK ~ DAYS AIIE MONDAYS AND THUrSDaYS the Little Men's Brotherhood. Arthur, and W. C. .latthews, Heights with her grandpar |,Ira. Lu~e ~immons, anu Jerry! The cast included, Ruth by Jr. ofArlington. Mrs. Mat- ents, ~ir and Mrs D C Mor'!Trammell' Athens. I YOU CAN PICK IT UP AGAIN AT OUR SHOP ~" .~' Pare Litchfield; Orpha Pat- thews, Jr. and children are vis-~;~n -] Others present were Mr. and[ . , - ,~ ~ vten s I DRY ti ~ue Barnett; Boaz, Shari iting her parents in North Car- "" " Mrs. George Jones, Mr. and] ~.~et ~t~,:~,= -,~-':'~- ~^----~--~- Deborah olina ~ Mr.a~~--------d MrsJame Cox and IMrs J M Brown and Sandra, ~;1 ]l Wear ) Cleanhlg "%~' :! ~:dgl:::;n~I%;hl~nn:a~'~;ya~':rlln;- -Mrs. Lela Barton, who makes :hild:;t ~n:rtMix:::r:SdYeBleani~ ~I:: Ch~rl~IS" L::~erMa:d Al~on,'. '.'. '. i ton and the Gleaners, Pam her home with her daughter "~.~;~'. iBrown and Kay, Palestine;] r guests oz ~flewaiter LILCfl | Harton and Meadora Willing-Mrs. R. J. Trammelland faro- -]Mrs. Hubert Rampy, Cayuga;, ileios. ":.-~:,~ ~" ham. ily, returned Sunda5from a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wardell and] ~/Jli~ ~~ ~ tCharlotte, Houston; and Mrs.] ~]~i'i~~ -"-" Mrs. Alvin Turlington was]Mar|uric Hardin, Freeport. ] ~:!::::+:. :::-~z,>. hostess for the Woman's Mis-] ~ ] sionary Auxiliary of the First ]CAYUGA RECEIVES [ II JI'V' rlWN$ Baptist Church, Tuesday morn-IS58.500 WATER LOAN / irqrw~r ing at 9 o cloc~, ] A loan of $58,500 for a water[ By PAUL PHII~,I~S ]system at Cayuga has been ap-] Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hope oftproved by the Farmers Home] Willow Springs were visitorslAdministration. in the home of Mr. and Mrs.t The Cayuga Water Supply]| Gordon Hope Sunday. Mrs.ICorp will use the money to[ Now's the tim e for a complete car Gordon Hope is recovering~drill a well, install a pump,1 from a broncial infection whieh~buiid a plant and lay a distri check and tune-up for coming sum- ~s kept her confined to herJbution system to serve 46 rural] home for several weeks, families in the Cayug~ area. I mer vacations. 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