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~i~I i:iiiil [il THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, July 19, 1968 Malakoff, Texas i-" o ,i:' /i i: e, i. New Dresses (fall colors) 42 thru 48 6.95 Wool Dresses 8 thru 14 4.95 New Fall Bags 2.98 thru 5.95 Boys School Pants 6 thru 20 3.98 permanent press (muted colors) Sox to Match (special) 75 and 79c USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN Malakoff-- Phone HU 9-3351 MODEL 20T02. 227 Sq. In. viewable area Table Model Color TV with Hi-Power chassis 23,000 volts of picture power telescoping dipole antenna auto- matic color monitor rare earth phosphors, bonded shield picture tube two-speed UHF tuning Perm- Lok control, Fawn metal cabinet with molded front and back in Expresso Brown, Reg. $399 Byers To Lead @ @ Revival At Brownsbem Brother Edward N. Byers, a resident of north of Trinidad and a well known pastor in the county, will be the evange- list speaker for a revival at the Rock Hill Baptist Church of Brownsboro. The gospel meeting will be- gin on Sunday, July 21, and continue through Sunday, July 28. Brother L. H. "Hamp" Man- ning, pastor of the church, will direct the song service, which will begin at 7:30 each evening. Everyone is invited to attend the revival and the pastors ask for prayers. The Rock Hill Church is lo- cated about four miles out of Brownsboro and those wishing to attend are instructed to turn right at the "Y" of Highway 31, and continue on east until they come to the church sign. Mrs. Airheart Sunday School Class Hostess Native Resigns ,A. President Dr. Jack Royce Woolf, 43, son of Jeff Woolf and the late Mrs. Emily Mahaza Woolf of Trinidad and nephew of Mrs. J. C. (Mary) Peebles and Mrs. G. W. (Alpine) Holcomb, both of Trinidad and Truman Brad- ley of Crescent Heights, tender- ed his resignation on Thursday, July 11, as president of the University of Texas at Arling- ton. Dr. Woolf, a native of Trini- dad and a graduate of the local school, made the announce- ment of his resignation at a faculty and staff meeting Thursday afternoon. The resig- nation will become effective September 1. He will return to fulltime teaching at the University as professor of mechanical engin- eering and president emeritus. Dr. Woolf has served the in- stitution of learning as presi- dent since February of 1960, a little over eight years. At the time he was inaugurated, Woolf was the youngest college presi- dent in Texas and one of the youngest in the nation. His accomplishments as head of the school have been many. When he took over as pres,- dent, UTA was a junior college Mrs. Pat Airheart was host- and is now a full fledged four ess for the Mary Mar, ha Class year branch of the University of the First Baptist Church of of Texas system with a stu- Trinidad when the group met dent body which numbers 10,- on Tuesday evening, July 9. 549. He also supervised the During the business hour, spending of several million dol- Mrs. Grace Miller, teacher, lars on a building program and was delegated to send a letter the development of a graduate to the Buckner Orphans Home curriculum which will offer in Dallas and inquire as to the graduate degrees in 12 depart- definite needs of the Home. merits this fall. Supplying these requirements will become a project of the class. The annual operating budget Mrs. Margaret Curry brou.ght of UTA has grown from $2.2 the devotional, stressing the million in 1958, when Woolf F R E E .IRONATOR -- A $99.95 value with $ fact that "we as Christians was named chief administra- " need to invite people to attend tive officer, to $11.8 million this purchase of any Emerson Color Television. S church services. There are year and the schools assets those who are just waiting for have increased from $8 million an invitation. It could be our to $57 million. next door neighbor." UT System Chancellor Harry i regular Handsome wagon wheel design group -- golden oak on exposed wood. Sofa and Chair vinyl reinforced fabric. regular $129.95 Mrs. Alice Gaston opened the Ransom in Austin said, "The meeting with a prayer. Regents and the central admin- The 11 members present en- istration are grateful for Dr. joyed cake squares, punch and Woolf's devotion and proud of assorted nuts. The cake was his accomplishments. The Uni- made especially for the class versity of Texas System and by the daughter of the hostess the state are fortunate that Dr. who iced the confection in pink Woolf will continue his service and topped it with the words, to higher education as a dis- "Mary Martha Class of 1968." tinguished member of the fac- Miss Gloria Airheart Honored W Shower Miss Gloria Airheart, bride- holding single tapers. elect of Mike Mitchum, was Misses Eugenia Curry and honored with a miscellaneous Judy St. Ama served punch wedding shower on Thursday from a cut glass service and evening in the Educational wedges of a white cake dec- Building of the Trinidad First orated with yellow rosebuds. Baptist Church. Hostesses for the courtesy Yellow and white, chosen col- were Mmes Dolores Dunacu- ors of the bride-elect, was car- sky, Vera Johnston, John Quinn, ried out in all the entertain- ment and decorations. Miss Dianne Dunacusky reg- istered guests from a table laid with a white triangular cloth and centered with a bud vase of yellow rosebuds. The many lovely and useful gifts showered on the couple by their many friends, were dis- played on tables laid with white cloths with yellow and white arrangements placed at intervals. The refreshment table was covered with white lace over yellow and held a crys~l con- tainer filled with yellow mums, flanked by crystal candelabra Hazel Johnston, Opal Lewis, Joyce St Ama, Robbie Floyd, Billy Kay Leopard, Arlis Wool- ey, Lucille Arnett, Margaret Curry, Polly May, Lamesa Bradley, Eunice Chfles, Ruth McCracken, Luther Stanfield, Nadine Colvin and Patsy Ridg- way. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Glenn E. Hark y, Malakoff; nell Franklin and daughter, Gay, and Mrs. Jak:k K~~ Jones, all of Mrs. Bervin Bell of Ath Gloria and Mike plan to be married on Saturday, July 27, in the First Baptist Church at the eight o'clock hour. Maple finish 42" table with mar-resistant top. Vinyl covered padded chairs. 2 pc. 5 pc. Spanish, Reg. $349.95 2 pc. Early American, Reg. $329.95 299.95 3 pc. Triple Dresser - Mirror - Bed 269 95 " " " ' " 179'95 Ruth @ The annual Ruth and Holli- field reunion was held Sunday, July 7, at the Assembly Build- ing of the Texas Power and Light Co in Trinidad. Carl Young of Dobbin offered thanks for the bountiful food enjoyed by the following family members: Lizzie Hollifield, Bardwell; Ola Hale, Athens; Pearl Hollifield, Malakoff; Lola Rice, Lubbock, Elizabeth Wil- liams, Tyler; Mr. and Mrs. Bill :Hale and four children, Green- burr ,Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Fletcher and children, California; Mr. and Mrs. Doc Abbott and Danny, Malakoff. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Baker and Thesa, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Abbott and Donna, Corsicana; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Shorn r, Mackey and Allen Jr Bardwell; Mr. and Mrs. Jim McManus and granddaughters, Linda and Rita, Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ruth and Linda Louise, Athens; Louise and Clifton Limbaugh, Athens; Mrs. Roy Crisp and children, Farris; Mrs. Charles Johnson and daughter, Mesquite; Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Hollifield and Sure, Malakoff; Bobby Maguess, Ath- en& Also Mr. and Mrs. Willie Joe Holcomb and David, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Do l, Ath- ens; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young and children, Dobbin; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox and Larry, Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Rogers, Benny, Lori and Man- dy, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barron, Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hoilifield and Mari- lyn, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. John Cartlidge and grandson, Trinidad and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ruth and Don, Malakoff. Early American, Reg. $199.95 .159.95 Mrs. Chair Swivels, Mr. Chair has Ottoman Hwy. 31- Mahkoff uity at Arlington. In making his announcement of resignation, Dr. Woolf said, "I feel that I have served in my position an appropriate length of time for both the in- dividual and institution." Dr. Woolf received his B.A. degree in mechanical engineer- ing at Texas A&M. From 1948 to 1951 he was an instructor at Purdue University served as research engineer with Gener- al- Dynamics, Fort Worth, and returned to A&M in 1956 as professor of mechanical engin- eering before becoming dean of Arlington State College. He has been the recipient of many distinguished awards during his young career. Dr. Woolf and his, wife, the former Martha Lee Frazar of Strawn, have three children, Charles 17, Ann 15, and Mark 12. Mrs. R.J. Johns(m Mrs. Lometa Johnson, wife of R. J. president of the local school board, is said to be do- ing just fine following major back surgeD" at the Baylor Hospital in Dallas. The operat- ion, for removal of a disc from her spine, was begun at 7:30 a.m. last Friday. Information received by the News is that cards and letters may be mail- ed to room 6. ~t Coast Mr. end Mrs. Dan Royall Jr and family returned last Sun- day hc:n an eight day vacation spent on the coast. The Royalis were joined at Rockport by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gatlin Jr and family of Athens. The fam- ilies went on to Port Aransas where the men and boys chart- ered a boat for some deep sea fishing. Mrs. Royall reports they caught 164 speckled trout in one day. The group returned to Houston for the remainder of their trip and visited the As- troworld, Astrodome and other points of interest. Named Agent For County On June 3rd, 1968, the Hen- 00 for maximum derson County Commissioner's schedule; $4.00 for Court approved a new Group Doctor calls and $27.00 and Life Plan for all county ,mum anesthesia employees. This new Plan, un- The maximum derwritten by AEtna Iffe In- cal benefit has been surance Company, became ef- $10,000. fective on Monday, July 1. Ed- This is the first die Souza, Malakoff representa- medical has been tive of the AEtna Company, county employees and was named as the county in- pose is to insure the surance agent, as well as their The new AEtna plan provid~ event of a major the following bendits: $2,00( accident. Minor life insurance for employees accidents are insured under age 60 and $2,000 for ac- basic with no cidental death and dismember- new major medical merit; $1,000 life insurance for ers doctor calls as employees age 60 and over and scribes drugs outside $1,000 accidental death and dis- hospital. memberment. The exact cost of The no deductible basic plan ance cannot be dete' for medical benefits of era- til the initial ployees and dependents include merit is completed. $15.00 daily hospital room and Souza has been in board with 31 days being the ance field for the maximum number of days per years and has bee~ disability; $300.00 for m~scel- among the top ten laneous hospital charges; $360.- the AEtna Company. 00000000000000000000000 1 LB CAN 10 OZ JAR am 303 5 LB BAG GIANT SIZE il .o, t oo . n e.*.t oe , m o .i o e.o t .-=.* -* ** . .* e. t10 Oz .~60z Can KORN KING Canned 3 Lb ~ = A d Crisprite 2 Lb Pkg oeooooe) ooee~o~o~o eoe.~ Q. ~ e e teoete~e Lbs O ! t I I) tOO!,I t I ! J,J . j I . ! 12) o . . . = = . . . . o . t o i ~ ! "ON HIGHWAY 81" " MALAKOFF, 00000000000000000000000 OOOO00000000004J