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:i!; Page Two -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- August 13, 1971 Spicer force from near and far for the annual reunion at the Lions Den, 20 YEARS AGO vin Taylor aM children of Em- house were visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. J. J. Car- son, for a few hours Saturday. J. W. Dyer, 60, postmaster at Mabank for the past several years, dropped dead at 8:30 on Wednesday July 30, while attending a revival meet- ing at the Old Bethel Church near Mabank. 40 YEARS AGO Miss Evelyn Gish Weir and Miss Margaret Brownlee were delightful hostesses to a forty- two party given at the home of the forrner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy I. Weir  West Mit(.ham Street on Wednesday evening, July 29th. Refresh- ments of cake, tea and jell. with whipped cream were serv- ed to the foil,whig guests: Misses Fay Nell Kilgore, Lu- cille Mitchell, Ethel Ruth Evans, Ruth Nolen, Dorothy The two Trinidad drug stores, Smiths Pharmacy and Gillean Drugs, victims of numerous robberies in recent months, were broken into again some time last Friday n!ght. Mrs. Dan Gentry is $80 rich- er this week due to the delayed intentions and guilty conscience of a thief nf yesterday. Tues- day morning of this week, Mrs. Dan Royall received a letter in which was contained a $50 bill, a twenty, and a ten along with the printed instruction to "Please see that Mrs. Dan Gen- try iMrs. Royall's mother) gts this money, as it was stol- en from her husband many years ago." County Commissioner Jack Mills announced t(xlay he is re- signing to enter the ministry. M. M. Butler, Poynor, was ap- p(inted to fill the vacancy. Mrs. Ruth Quinn of Trinidad will cvnduct the twirlers school at tICJC beginning August 13. (;crge Evans, well known re- sident of Malakoff 30 years ago, who has been residing in Ham- ilton since that time, was in the city a short time last Thursday attempting to locate some of his old friends of that day. Roy. R. E. Bost, former pas- tor of the First Baptist Church here, resigned the pastorate of the West Athens Baptist Church recently, ihd has accepted the call to the Long Lake Baptist Church in Anderson County. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bank- ston, Malakoff residents of many years ago, returned Wcclnesday to again make their home in the "Lignite City." They have been residing in Dal- las, where Mr. Bankston has been identified with the clean- ing businc,s. He will be assoc- iated here with his brother, Paul, in the local Oldsmobile agency and the garage business. 30 YEARS AGO August Ist. Some came in on Saturday aM spent the night, bunking down on cots aM beds, after enjoying a singing in which Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mat- aM Doris West, Ruby Fay thews, Katherine Simms and Futrell, LucilleFerguson, Lo. members of the family partici- rena rruelove, Syhil Reece, Ca- pared. A bounteous dinner was therine Chapman, Ernest,he,enjoyed Sunday, spiced with Orrick, Elizabeth Davis, LiUian conversation and laughter. Pick,l, Alzena Maguire, aM Those in attendance were: Irene Riddlesperger. Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter, Under an ad entitled "stops LiMa, Terry, Karon and Jay; headaches in 5 minutes" -- a Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Pitt product called A-Vol is adver- Bonnie; Mr. and Mrs. Roy tised -- "Thousands of men aM lingsworth; Mr. and Mrs. Ro- w.men are stopping throbbing, land Soutbhard; Mr. and Mrs. sick, dizzy, splitting headaches, Charles Moore, Beverly and as well as excruciating pains of Sherry; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon rheumatism, neuritis, tooth-Spicer, Vernon, Jr., Debbie, aches, etc. with a marvelous Becky, and Jana; Mr. aM Mrs. new formula that is said to be Leonard Font,not and Danny; far superior to anything here- Mr. aM Mrs. Raymon Spicer, tofore used. To quickly prove Evan aM Donna; Mr. aM Mrs. to yourself that this is truly a Taylor Davis; Duane, Brenda, remarkable formula, just step Glisa, Lisa, and Bubba Evans; into your nearest drug store aM Mr. aM Mrs. J. D. Spicer; get a package of A-Vol for a Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spicer; few cents. Take a couple of Mr and Mrs Roy Anding and tablets right there. If your pain family; Mr. aM Mrs. Glen Gra- is not gone in 5 minutes, the ham; Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Tar- clerk will return your money." nowski; Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Spicer aM Elzia; Bobby Wil- son; Doug aM Nita Spicer; Denise Fontenot; Edmund and Margaret Rozonsky and Hank; Kenneth aM Jill Spicer and My Dana; Marless and Nannie Drake; Joe and Geraldine Start- field; Mr and Mrs. Willie Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Matthews; Mrs. Minnie Tan- ner; Mrs. Inez Green; Mr. and Mrs. Howell Spicer, Tony and Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Irvin's Randy Frazier and Jackie niece from Hurst, Mrs. Don Stanfield were in Dallas Sun- Lane, visited with them Sun- day night to attend the concert day. of the Creedence Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grade and Revival at the Memorial Audi- children, Dickie, Teri, aM torium. Rusty, from Dallas, spent Sun- day with Mrs. Johanie Mae Jackson. Week.end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vester Jock were their daughter aM her family from Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dozier, Jimmy and Preston; their daughter and her family from Murchison, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thornton, Tommy, Connie and Daphne; and her sister-in-law from Fort Worth, Mrs. Nettle Lou Holt. Mrs. Archie Mae Johnson re- turned to her home Thursday from Whiteboro where she had been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Catherine Wall. She also visited with her daughter, Mrs. Carrel Moseley in Dallas while she was away. Saturday guests m Mrs. Johnson's home we her daughter-in-law Mrs. Stan- ley Johnson from Dallas, and her granddaughter, Mrs. Con- nie Soules from Mesquite. Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Brown- low and children, Casey, Laurl and Ben, from Jacksonville, visited here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Marless Drake SuMay aM Monday nights be- fore going on to Navasoto and Dallas while vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Hounsel and daughter Kay were in Irv- ing last week visiting their son and his family, Jimmy, Valois aM baby Scott. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore returned home Sunday afternoon after spending ten days in Ool- Iorado. They accompanied their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGrew aM son Brian of Dallas, to Durango, Silverton aM Ouray, Colorado, as well as other places of in- terest. Highlight of the trip was an all day ride on a coal-burn- ing steam passenger train from Durango to Silverton. Silverton aM Ouray are old mining towns Mrs. tlazel Crist, daughter oL and some of the mines are still the W. C. Carrigans, w ad- m operation. mitted to Haynes Hospital last Wednesday with what the doc- tor termed as "bordering on pneumonia." She had improv- ed and was hopeful that she could return to her home on Monday, but Monday morning she awoke with a sore throat. and temperature, so at this writing, she is still in the hos- pital. Miss Pauline McLain and Aaron Dosser, both of Trinidad, were united in marriage on July 3lst in that city. The cere- mony was perfornaed by the Roy. Tom Johnson. O A. Truelove, who was named postmaster of the local office in May this year, has sold his interest in the Ford Auto- mobile Agency here opt, rating tinder the name of Goodgame- Truehwe Motcw Company, The Kinman Store, opt'-ated here for the past several years bMr and Mrs, H. C. Kimnan, i' moving this week to Alva- rod.. Members of the Malakoff Ro- tary Club and their wives were enl,rtained with a chicken bar- becue on Tuesday evening in the beautiful garden at the home of Mr md Mrs. Roy I. Weir. The Rcv Duke Payne of Corsicana was the speaker for the occas- ion Suwi'intendent aM Mrs. Mel- PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE All Persons Eligible Under The Department of Public Welfare Standards For The New Texas Medical Assistance Program Called Drug Vendor Payment Program, Whereby The Slate of Texas Will Now Pay The Drug Store For The Medicine Where And When Person Is Eligilfle: HARDY'S DISCOUNT PHARMACY IN MALAKOFF, TEXAS Wil,L tiE FILLING THESE PRESCRIP- Ti()NS FOR SUCH PERSONS THAT ARE ELI(;IBLE- Your Prescription Business Will Be Welcomed. HARDY'S DISCOUNT PHARMACY Mrs. Joyce Cart and son, D. J., from Shreveport, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry. Tools Auto Parts Acessories Dulmey AU'IY) STORK lm N. Terry SL Plume 485- 1533 VALVI! WtlNOIN6 WILSON Olr COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. Box 4010 Phone YW-SOSl 1 TYLERu TEXAS SANDS BOWLING LANES FALL LEAGUES NOW FORMING w'4v iemgues, contact the bnes, 675.4040. City Associtlon & Strike Out League will have joint lene Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fowler aM Derrick from Port Neches, aM Mr. aM Mrs. Guy Smith from Mesquite spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mccallum and children Jason and Scott from Galnesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bartmes and Shannon from Waxahachie spent the week-end with the girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rogers. Mr. aM Mrs. Preston Hen- derson and daughter Nancy from Abernathy, are spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Oscar Hendexso Ron, Craig and Stacy Ham from Canton, are spending this week with their grandparents, Ms'. ad Mrs. E. C. Bridges. JERRY GARRISON /- About Your Insurance Life Axidm.HHh Inland Marine Wlmtorm Fire W'kman's LmV Comms,t. MALAOKFF INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE N. TW Ptmm 4111,0SlI I II II I Boys' Knit Briefs, 6-16 ............ 98e to 5.99 T-Shirts .......................... 59c to 2.98 Shirts ............................ from 1.98 Jeans ........................... 1.98 to 4.98 Tennis .......................... 1.98 to 3.98 Sox .............................. 39c to 1.00 School Shoes .................... 1.98 to 5.95 Bags .............................. from 2.98 Men's Slacks .................... 2.98 to 7.95 Dresses ........................ 1.98 to 5.95 All Persons Eligible Under The Department Of SMITH DRUG & VARIETY Mahkoff -- Phone 489-1220 [ [ I I I I MALAKOFF, TEXAS 489-1800 Family Reunion John; Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Spicer. The Lions Den has been re- tained for the event again in 1972. DallasMan Dies-On Cedar Creek Lake Mr. Charles A. Todd of Dal- Landing Friday night. August mains were forwarded to las passed away of an apparent 6. Local arrangements were by lazd Funeral Home in heart attack at Car Creek Paschal Funeral Home. Re- for service and interment. Shop your home owned low prices free delivery grocery for 00Loop00, 3/$1 Pecos ..................... 10 lb. sack, russet......;.. Fresh crisp ................Ib lOc large firm............,, ea. wolf brand all meat Ib no. 2 can C donald duck 12 oz. c.a.r2. 2 roll pack 10 O...lOll 1..... lit . Ill . ......O..O... . Ill.el It.. OIIII.......O.......I...Ill 01 BREADED SHRIMP IVORY lIQUID .10...o.z; k Ujrq00 giant size ... SrI00WBERRIES t r pint pkg. J! I WHITE CLOUD pack /..dll00 .....e.. eo 06 0. e.e 00 e o 00 ...e"oeeo ..e o... ,0.. e. e. e..e.....O..., eet)e......e..e 0"0@ @ WATERMELON ice cold