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Page Six THE OFF Friday, July 31, 1964 NEWS Malakoff, Texas Locals and Personals i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Been re- turned home last week from a vacation trip to Missouri, where they visited his mother, Mrs. Charles Been. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Scholl and their four children, Keith, Kim, Sharon and Jimmy of Fort Worth, were in Malakoff Sunday for a visit in the home of his par- ents, Editor and Mrs. L. J. Scholl. Coach and Mrs. Don Crook and baby arc out of the city this week visiting relatives in Mrs. Crook's home state of Tennessee. Mrs. Dan Crocker and family of Kerens spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R o b e r t Griffin, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas L. Jones and sons, Scotty and Jay visited with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Bain, in Kilgore Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Maguire, Scotty and Jeff, of Mineral Wells, arrived in Malakoff Friday. His mother, Mrs. Minnie Maguire and her granddaughter, Miss Becky Walker, accompanied them to Red Lake, at Fairfield to spend the week-end. They were joined there on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker and family, of this city, and Mrs. L. E. McIntosh and son, Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sawyer, all of Arlington. Richard Tanner met his broth- er, Buddy Tanner of Fort Worth, in Sulphur Springs Saturday eve- ning and they went on to Arkan- sas for a few days vacation and fishing. Mrs. Myrtle Thornton of Hughes Springs is spending sev- eral days this week with her sis- ters, Mrs. A. M. Thomas and Mrs. John Racker. Mrs. A. M. Thomas and her sis- ter, Mrs. Myrtle Thornton visit- ed with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Selman in Athens, Sun- day. Mrs. John Reeves of Mansfield, Texas, spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. E. O. Dod- son. HAYNES HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Emerine of Mesquite visited his mother, Mrs. ,l. H. Emerine, over the week-end. Mrs. Travis Peters, who has been ill for some time was car- ried back to Memorial Hospital in Athens, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dean Carden and daughter of Irving, spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nokes. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tanner over the week- end were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson of Fort Worth. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson visited Mr. Tanner's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Andress a n d Mrs. Lexie Morgan, in Athens. Miss Donna Drake and Chris Drake left Monday morning for Houston and will spend this week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starks and daughter, Sherry. PATIENTS F. O. Griffith, City; Barney Gene Gunnels. City; Mrs. Temple Holliman, City: Mrs. Jerry Johns- ton, Trinidad: Nancy Jackson, City; Mrs. Lucile Hollifeld. City. DISMISSALS Alestine Hornbuckle, Trinidad; O. W. Sprouse, Houston; Mrs. Euric Carden, City; Mrs. Ann White, Trinidad; Amy Elizabeth White, Trinidad: Mrs. Johnnie Shelton,City; Lela Chandler, Kerens. BIRTHS ; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl White of Trinidad July 25, 1964 at 2:10 a. m. a baby girl, Amy Elizabeth. weighing 6 lbs and 13~ ounces. Mrs. E. O. Dodson had as guestMrs. Freddie Carter of Dallas, Tuesday and Tuesday night, herwho has been a patient in Mere- granddaughter, Mrs. Walter Dean orial Hospital in Athens for the Starkes of Athens. On Thursday, past week was dismissed Satur- her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jackday and she, her husband who is Dodson of Port Lavaca, visitedon vacation and their daughter, with Mrs. Dodson. are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate. Other visitors in the Shumate home dur- ing the past week were their daughters, Mrs. Deckle Jones of Terrell, Mrs. Norman Mill[can and children of Waco and Mrs. Doyle Shumate and children of Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dodson spent the week-end with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs~ Fred McBurney, in Hurst. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams had as guests in their home dur- ing the week-end, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wiseman and Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. Ona Oakley, all of Dallas. Mrs. Glenn Williams and chil- dren returned to their home in Dallas Friday after spending a week in Malakoff with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate. Mrs. E. W. Dann and sons, Randy and Mike and Miss Judy Clough of Garland visited Mrs. Dann's father, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore Sunday afternoon. They also visited relatives in Trinidad. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yarbrough and daughter, Carole, were in Madisonville Saturday visiting in !the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Starkey and Suzanne. IIIII I I Food Club IIIIIII Pound Bag Imperial Pure Cane Pound Bag FOOD CLUB Pound Can ASSORTED FLAVORS Reg. Size IIl]ll ]] "7 Mrs. Tucker's Pound Can Bits-O-Sea Oz. Can CIRCUS Orange or Grape Oz. Can IIII I BLACKBURN WAFFLE OZ Bottle INSTANT Oz. Jar 10-Oz. Jar 1.19 I I HUNT SPICED Can Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnston of Mesquite are the proud par- ents of a 10-pound, 6-ounce baby girl. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Johnston, also of Mesquite, and former resi- dents of Trinidad. Sunday guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas L. Jones were her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Bain and son, Bill Also her father, J. C. Bain of Viv- [an Louisiana. Miss Anne Pope Gilreath vis- ited with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gilreath, in Sulphur Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Sanforct and Pam, of Garland spent the week- end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dodson. Mrs. C. L. Kitchens was able to return to her home here Tuesday after spending several days in the Memorial Hospital in Corsieana. Mrs. Carl Walters of Shreve- port, Louisiana and Mrs. Stan Shumway and son, Stanley, of Dallas are in Malakoff this week visiting their brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pettigrew. Mrs. Vivian Sprouse was in Dallas Tuesday on business. Cabell's Velvet m 1/2 Gallon. Carton III I Fresh Ears For III I No. 1 Seedless Per Pound 19C IIIII IIIII I Rath Cello U. S. D. A. Grade A Chubby Chick Per Pound Per Pound I I NABISCO Pound Box Fresh-Firm Per Pound Fresh-Ripe Per Pound ~lna 2Lb. Box Pressed Ham Per Pound }1 Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Robinson and children, Cathy and Tom-o of Houston are visiting her mother, Mrs. Vivian Sprouse. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dodson and children, Melissa and Nor[ Ol Stanley, Louisiana spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. ', Dewey Dodson. The Shenandoah River flows into the Potomac River at tIarp- ers Ferry. NEW 3-Bedroom, 2-bath Brick. Mahogany Paneled throughout. Range, Vent[hood, Floor furnace. $8,500. HU 9-5426 30c FOR SALE --- 14 Rabbits, 6-room Hutch, $.25.00. Also 2 cows with first calves. NORMAN SWAIN, Trinidad, Texas. --30p FOR SALE -- 3-bedroom, 2-bath brick home, $9,000. Double fire- place, floor furnace, built-in oven and range and bar, on acre siiie lot. Must sell, moving to Tyler. Call Hu 9-5466 or 9-5426. USED Wood frame windows, complete with new aluminum screens. Size 3 ft. by 5 ft. Bar- gin prices. Ph. HU 9-2046 ----30p PLUMBLNG Repairs; New work --NORMAN SWAIN, PR 8-2546, Trinidad, Texas --311: TREE - SHRUBBERY . WORK FOR ALL KINDS of tree and shrubbery work E.M. (Cur- ly) HI.I 9-2632-M0 years All work p Mr. and Mrs. Pat Duncan and, Mrs. Floyd Smith and familyI sister, Mrs. Sarah Jane Davis children of Dallas and Mr. and went to Dallas Friday to visit her I other relatives and friends. M~. Clyde McKinney and chil- dren of Terrell visited their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Alvis Sunday. Miss Kay Venable and Miss Barbara Hustead of Dallas spent the week-end with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wil- liams and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hustead respectivelly. Miss Gin- nee Gilmore and Robert Tidmore of Murchison carried them back to Dallas Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Steiner of Cleburne were in the city during the week-end to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rollen Horn. PLASTIC CURTAINS. The pair 98c LUNCHEON SETS. 20 pieces 4.50 STAINLESS STEEL SET. 24-pc 6.95 LAUNDRY BASKET 98c ICE JUGS 1.29 and 1.69 ICE CHEST 2.98 MALAKOFF and TRINIDAD :i : ::::~: "~:i Q it YARDS OF SAVINGS! This season's favorite colors and pat- terns so g r e a t, you'll want to buy plenty. 3 to 10 yard lengths. Values to 79c Yd. yd. Boy's Short Sleeve Special purchase for Ibis evenL Wide variety of light or dark patierns. Reg. 1.98 Value I 2 for $3 Alee Western Rider Style Sanforized. 133/4-Oz. Denim 3 Pairs for $5.00 Tough materials - Well made strongly reinforced real western pattern - Form fitting. Boatsail drill pockets. Copper Riveted. Size 6 to 16. MEN'S - YOUNG MEN'S HOSIERY SPECIJ Take your pick[ Crew Socks, heavy and durable. All white, white with assorted stripe tops and many dark colors with assorted stripe tops. Sizes to 12. Reg- ular 55c pair. A real buy at 2 pairs Misses Sox Take your pick of these popular heavy- duty or dressy socks---soft-spun cotton or Ban-Lon Stretch. Three styles, twirl top, double roll top or Ban Lon Stretch. Pairs For Ladies" SEAMLESS Priced for any budget. First quality iery in the latest shade~" Pairs For J Typically teen a r e these young men's shoes, featuring narrow toe styling of smart smooth upper leathers. O 19