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m i ; ): THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Four Friday, July 19, 1968 Malakoff, Texas fine after undergoing back surgery in a Dallas hospital. Though still sore and admon- ished to "take it easy" for a while, Royce is able to be up and about and visit with his friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wyatt Kerens; Ed's parents, Mr. and and four children of Mound-Mrs. E. L. Arthus and his ville, Ale left for a visit to brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. the HemisFair on Tuesday James Arthus, all of Cross morning after visiting for a Roads. few days in the home of the R. T. Griffins. While here, the Luncheon guests of Mrs. Earl family made a visit to the Tur- David Locke last week were L.E. Goines came home for her Falls area of Oklahoma. her sisters, Mrs. W. D. Had- the week end to visit with his They will leave the HemisFairidock of Mesquite and Mrs. Jer- wife and children. Mr. Goines and return home by way of'rY Branch of Dallas. Miss is currently working on a con- New Orleans Charlotte Haddock of Mesquite struction job in Elmore City, was also a guest in the home Oklahoma. Recent guests in the home of and, while here, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arthus were her grandparents, Mr. and Miss Debbie Orr, daughter of Mrs. W. A. McBride. Ylr. and Mrs. D. L. Orr of I I I I I Ill I I . . I I |l COMMERICIAL RESIDENTIAL Enchance 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 In Malakoff Roy Welborn -- HU 9-5201 Complete LP. Gas (Bufane. Propane) Sales and Service For Gas Delivery -- Call Athens 675.2269, Kaufman WE 2-2513 i! ANN'S i!!/ ; " ':?'?:r'?:':r'-':-'-:-:':':':':*:':,:-: HAIR CARE ?! FOR BEAUTIFUL PHONE HU9 7571 Miss Kim Locke, daughter of! and Mrs. Evelyn Tanner left partied by Mrs. Maguire, weredays visit with his family be- Mr. and Mrs. Willard St Mr.and Mrs. Earl David Locke,I Sunday for a weeks vacation in Fairfield to visit relatives, fore going on to Oregon. In and daughter, Judy, are s was entertained on her fifth touring places of interest in ----~--~ other news of the York family, ing part of his vacation ~ t birthday, Friday, July 12, with and around Santa Fe, N.M. Mr .and Mrs. Eddie Souza Mrs. York says her soldier son, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark of ing recreational facilities at a backyard supper served on were among those to attend the Nolen, writes that he is doing Trinidad proudly announce the Tyler State Park in Tyler. the patio. Some 18 guests were Harry Flagg spent this week recent Lions Convention held in just fine in Vietnam. He ex- arrival of their first grandhaby, on hand to wish Kim a happy in Albany on business. Dallas. They report meeting pects to be discharged from the a young lady who made her ar- rival at 3'12 am Thursday,] D er " "" " birthday, join in the fun games many interesting people who service in November and the JulY 11, at the Medical Center rural tar'Her nf Mal~kedf and parake of the beautiful Leonard Ed Teetz received were in attendance from all family is counting the days. " ". y ~:. Morrlson cake fashioned in the form of his discharge from military over the world. ~ . Hospital" .in Tyler l--ten er -Pr--'es'byte'rm"n-"-Hos---I a stand-up doll. duty on Friday, July 5, at Fort ~ Mrs. I. P. Tidmore has as She weighed SLX and one-half Wedne~av and have mai = -- ,/ pounds and was named Helen ^"r"er ='- Hood. He served three years in Mrs. Fred Williams trans- current houseguests her daugh-. ~u s y rz,uuy, r,~r. m~ ularz. ~ne Is me aaugn- . : Royce Massingill is now at the service, 13 months of which ported a group of youth from ter, Mrs. Reels Robertson and is now avmg a~ S,v=~ home and said to be doing just was spent in Korea. He, his the Parkview Missionary Bap- her two daughters, Revonna mr ot ur. aria Mrs. umy uiarK Nursing Home in Garland. wife, Sue and their daughter, itist Church to Arlington on, Kay and Martha Marie, all of of Tyler. Chifawn, are sDending two'Sunday where they joined the Hamlin, Texas. The family weeks visiting with his parents, youth of the Bethel Baptist spent last week in the home Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Teetz and Church for a weeks encamp- and will remain through this SPECIAL! F0rour Continental Auto Insureds. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. merit in Colorado. The Silver weekend . James Trammell of Willow State Youth Camp is located at Mrs. Calhoun Robertson was visited on Sunday by her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson and Dickey of Kerens. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Graham and sons, Phil and Joe, accom- panied by Miss Lynn Casey, spent the day Sunday in Coton Wood visiting Mr. Graham's elderly mother, Mrs. Lela Gra- ham. i' Mrs. Ann McCleary P;~;:;~:~.~;~;~;.;.~:.;.~;.;~; ; ;.;`; ;~;.; ~.; ~ ~; ~;.~ ;.; ; ; ; ; ; ;~;.;.;~;*;~;~;-;.; ;~; ; ;~;.; ; ; ~ ; ;~ ~.;~;`;. " " Springs and with other relatives and friends. Friday night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hatton were Sgt. Lyndal Hat- ton and family from South St. Marie, Mich. Other guests in- cluded Mr. Hatton's mother, sister, and niece from Browns- boro. Everyone was treated to home-made ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hatton attended church services Sun. in Dallas with his brother, Rog- er Hatton and family. Later they went to Cinema H and saw "Gone With The Wind." Before returning home the couple attended the "Starlite Band Concert" at Fair Park. Miss Carole Yarbrough and Miss Sandy Mullins spent this week at the Lakeview Metho- dist Assembly near Palestine attending a Teen schoool. The school provided training for youth who will be working now as United Methodists. The young ladies accompanied Mrs. Billie Bonner who attended the ian Missions Conference at the assembly. ,II Dr Lulah DeGnath OPTOMETRIST East Side Square Plume OR 5-3238 ATHENS, TEXAS l Dime Two Aspirins i:. ~]i ] i(:: Washday's over sooner! Saves dryer running time, Sedalia, Colo near Denver and covers hiking, swimming, horseback riding and other ac- tivities with the central theme of spiritual fellowship. Those going from the local church were Jerry Rainwater, Sheila Kelley, Frank Kelley, Doug Rainwater, Paula Rainwater, Lee Holt and Ronnie Mullinax. The group traveled by bus to the camping site high in the mountains. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ruth were Mr .and Mrs. Will Hale and four children of Greenburr, Ark ; Mrs. Louise Limbaugh, Athens; Mrs. Lola Rice, Lub- bock and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Fletcher and two chil- dren of California. Mrs. Ruth said with the use of floor pal- lets she was able to bed down 17 people on Saturday night. Mrs. G. W. Penfold of Star CEMETERY GIFTS Harbor has returned to her Mrs. J. E. McClure, Augusta, home following two weeks Georgia $5.00 spent in San Francisco, Calif visiting her son, Don PeP, fold. Nine youths from the First Mike York left Saturday night Miss Anne Penfold of Albuquer- Baptist Church and their two for Portland, Ore where he que, New Mexico, is on an ex- counsellors left by bus Monday will assume his duties as as-I tended visit in the home of her morning at 8:30 to attend the sistant manager of the Statler grandparents, week long encampment at Hilton Hotel in that city. Mike Pineywoods. Rev. Jim Steen- was accompanied on his trip The Mmes Ode Humphries, bergen, pastor, and -Brenda by his very good friend, Drew Jack Lacy of Mabank and Hen- Johnson served the group as Truelove, who will spend a few ry Sheehee of Kemp, journeyed counsellors. The teenagers at- days vacation in Portland. to Bryan last Tuesday to visit tending were Brenda Steenber- Mike came home Wednesday with Mrs. Humphries son and gen, Janice Jackson, Ann Walk- night from Savannah, Ga his family ,Mr. and Mrs. Jack er, Robert Steenbergen, Abby where he had been assisting in Humphries. Mrs. Humphries Alman, Wayne Calloway, Mik~ the opening of a new hotel. The reports that it rained five Womack and Debbie Ray o company allowed him a few inches while they were in Athens. - Legal Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Ma- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stone and gulre and Mrs. Minnie Maguire, their grandchildren, Billy Paul all of ArUngton and Mrs. Carl and Dena Cain toured the Hightower of Frost were Mow sights of Carlsbad, N.M while day guests in the home of Mr. on vacation, and Mrs. G. V. Walker. Thurs- day and Friday guests of the Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kirby were their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton and Amy and Wade's mother, Mrs. Fannie Hampton, also Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hamp- ton, all of Arlington. Miss Anne Pope Gilreath ADVERTISEMNT FOR BIDS The Malakoff Independent School District will receive bi~ for the General Contract, in- cluding all subcontracts, for the construction of a new cafe- teria for the Malakoff Elemen- tary School. Said bids will be received not later than 3:00 p.m local time, on Thursday, 8 August 1968 at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Malakoff, Texas, and will he publicly opened and read. Bids shall be clearly labeled on the outside of the envelopes: "Bid Submittal for Construction of a new cafeteria for Malakoff Ele- mentary School." Plans and Specifications for the above projects may he obtained from the office of Wilson, Morris, Crain. & Anderson, Architects, 3465 West Alabama, Houston, Texas, and at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Malakoff, Texas. On the above project, a Cash- ier's or certified check payable to the order of the Malakoff Independent School District, or an acceptable Bidder's Bond, in an amount not less than 10% of the greatest amount of Bids Submitted must accompany Bidder's Proposals. A perfor- mance and payment bond, each in an amount not less than 100% of the Contract Sum, con- ditioned upon the faithful per- forrnance of the Contract, will be required. Contractor shall determine the prevailing rates of wages paid in the area and not less than these rates shall be paid on the project in con- Walkers were Jimmy McIntosh of Arlington James Maguire of Dallas; Mark, Scott and Jeff Magulre of Portland, Ore and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker and daughter, Debra, of Free- port. Miss Becky Maguire re- turned home Sunday from a three day visit in Arlington in the McIntosh home. On Sunday, the Walker family, ace m- fortuity with laws of the State Matching Frigidaire Dryer " Texas. Copies of bid documents may be obtained by depositing with DPC with the said Architect or the Superintendent of Durable Press Schools, Malakoff, Texas, on Care keeps the above projects for each two creases in, wrin- kle~ out. No-stoop Lint Screen right-on- the-door. Flowin8 Heat eliminates "hot spots." sp it saves electricity, too!5-YEAR WRITTEN WARRANTY " aves you heavy lifting, backed by General Motors 1-year Warranty for repair of any defect with- leaves many garments out charge, plus 4-year Protection Plan (parts" only) for furnishing replacement for any de- ir0ning-dry, fective part in the complete transmission, 'drive motor and water pump. Model DAN. electric; DA~GN, gas ~:~:.:~:~ ~.~:~u~~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:.~.~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~`.~ ~.~ ROOM AIR sets of documents obtained. The amount of deposits will be refunded to bidders who return said documents in good condi- tion within five (5) days after the opening of bids. Additional sets of such documents may be obtained from the blueprint ~ompany for the cost of repro- duction. These additional docu- ments will remain the property of the Architect and are to be returned at the same time as the issued documents. All bids, whether mailed or delivered, must be in the hands of the undersigned not later that the above specified time for above project. i No bid shall be withdrawn for thirty (30) days after open- ing of bids without consent of the Malakoff Independent School District. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids and to waive any informalities in bidding. CONDITIONERS Model A-938L2v9,000" BTU/hr. Model A-1238L-A--12,000 BTU/hr. * Dial-A-Direction Air Flow Front panel baffles sound for extra-quiet operation ~" Washable baeter!cide-treated filter James M. Sheffield Superintendent ot Schools ,- ,**. Terry St. t UP TIME! Parts & Tools at a SAVINGS VALVE GRINDING SERVICE AUTO STORE Tb~, Teels. Psrts, Aeeeuedee 129 N. Terry St. Phone HU 9-4611 0000 | II II EMEROEHCY PHOHE NUMDER TO CALL COLLECT IN CASE OF ACCIDENT. It'S our free DIAL-l-CLAIM Emergency Kit. Stop by the office and get your kit keep it your glove compartmenL It's FREE[ e o, Malakoff,Tex. 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