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_- August 25, 1977-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 3 Star Harbor Lines Star Harbor Council the good life at represented at the annual Weekend guests of the Gene [ Lake are Mr" Peapickers GIf Turnament Hunts will be Tm and Geri id ClarenceWray, who sponsored by the Athens Lynn HuntfromDailas. They ns ers stem Duke and Country Club, August 26;27-- all expect to indulge in the fun Mr and Mrs Harold Holy thew daugher Drone, m Tex large turn out Tuesday for e Trusler at their Star home. Mrs. Wray ) is Mrs. Trusler's buke entertained his i in law by taking him at Rotary Club where he forced listen to his singing. that explains why are leaving today. ;will be well 28. Among those teeing up will be Steve Sutton, Dan Royall, J.T. Wheeler, Gene Hunt and his nephew, Tom Hunt, from Dallas; Billy Norwood, and Bill Champion who will be d wn from Odessa for the tournament, and to join his family who have been spending part of the summer in their home here. News from Lake Nursing Home by Sue Smalling a treat we had night! The Gospel present- here at the home. This singing our hearts with old fashioned gos- who was and listened. I do have seen the the twinkling watched the toes hands and fingers time with the music. started with a am but before was over they lObbing and singing from the audience. hadn't practiced All of our people it so much. They Ztill talking about it morning. We want to come back just as really been an Week! On the 15th, Stuard had a telephone call Her daugh- zish her a happy |her 93rd birthday. And distance calls to be in order this Mrs. Pearl Kelley's called her from C Ida Whitehead spent a . sister Dolly home in Payne this week. Miss Ida bingo Friday night. lus she played 6 cards A. JONES O.D. "TRIST Box 889 Wed. Aftemoons Athens, Ix. at one time! When asked if she won anything, she said "no, came close but didn't win." Anyway she had a big time and we are sure glad to have her back. We had a big time Sunday too. Calvary Baptist Church from Trinidad brought our services and Mr. Julious Searles and Rosa Houston sang Amazing Grace for us. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Teetz had visitors from Rockdale this week. Their son and his wife visited with them and took them out several times. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Woods from Bridgeport visited with his mother, Mrs. Callie Woods this week. Mrs. Rosie Sizemore was visited by her son, Austin Sizemore, Sunday. Miss Willie West visited her home and entertained her niece, Mrs. Billie Nell Cannon on Sunday. Marles Drake, Billie Hearn and Chilton Derden visited with all their friends Sunday morning. Christine Henderson and Otto Hollifield visited with Mr. William Huckaby, Mrs. Ruby Campbell, and Mrs. Ora Sherman, Sunday. Roses to Pearl Smith. Mrs. Smith visits her sister, Joan- na Nobles practically every day of the week. She brings her to activities and helps her in every way that she can. Joanna, incidentally, can only be up with the aid of a wheel chair. She is blessed indeed to have such a thoughtful sister. We are very sorry to lose the help of Aide, Robin Small- eng. Robin left us to go back to school. We all love her and wish her the best of luck. MALAKOFF NSURANCE All tines of Insurance Home Auto Business Jeny A. Garrison St. Bonds Phone: 489-0512 bills higher? many thousands of customers, air g is the biggest in electric bills during summer and Texas is one of the hottest ;rs in several years. if ,ur electric bills are think about the work electricity has doing to help keep comfortable. home is air- , you can hold n your electric bill by ng the thermostat on or higher. Clean or filters every 30 and keep draperies blinds closed. POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility and festivities of the three- day golf gala. Mrs. Charles Green was hostess for the Stitchery Club, Wednesday at her home on Summit Ridge Road. The Greens bought their home, formerly owned by the Roy Pitts family, in November. Green, who is now involved in real estate, was a former regional director of HEW, and a president of Bonanza Steak Houses. Enjoying a last minute visit wibefore school starts is Autumn Gray, who is staying with her grandparents, the Bob McKays. Part of the Norwood family took a week's vacation recently. Betty, Don, Randy and Jan, went to Ruidosa last Tuesday and returned Monday. It may be Betty's last chance for a break before the big move takes place. Looks like the new house will be ready in about two weeks. Marie Wheeler hasn't let the hot weather, drought, or the Texas bugs discourage her. Not only has she kept most of her neighbors sup- plied with fresh vegetables all summer, but last week she was busy planning her fall- garden. J.T. and Marie are going to take time out for a trip to Denver, Colo. Sept. 3. they will be gone about I0 days. Back from England and saying they loved every minute of it .... Charles and Alice Barndt. The Barndts rented an apartment and spent a month" traveling extensively around England and Scotland. They were even fortunate enough to have good weather in spite of all the advance warnings about the perpetual English precipita- tion. .. Bea Penfold is visiting "her son and family in California and plans to stop briefly in Colorado on her way home. Carl and Olga Floto have, just returned from a shorti The Star harbor City Council will meet tonight (Thursday) at City Hall at 7: 30 p.m. to consider calling a referendum election to allow city residents to decide if they want a new central water system. The referendum, which will probably be held in early September, will give Star Harberites an opportunity to express their opinions on whether the city should spend $125,000 to replace the present system which is supplying Star Harbor housewives with dirty water. The council met Friday, August 12, in regular session and heard a report from Roy Pitts, chairman of the Water Supply Committee, about the feasibility of a new system. Pitts estimated the cost of be Riding Club Playday Set The Cedar Creek Riding Club will hold a practice play-day Saturday, Aug. 27 at 3 p.m. at the arena in Mala- koff. Events will be $.75 per entry and first place trophies, second through sixth place ribbons will be awarded. All events will be timed by two stop watches and the average of the two watches will determine the winner. Events to be included will be rescue race open, straight- away barrels 17 and under and 18 and over; keyhole open; cloverleaf barrels open; potato race open; flag exhange 17 and under and 18 and over; ribbon race, flag relay; pole bending 17 and under and 18 and over; egg race, Indian race and barrel races for eight and under. There will be no disqualifica- tions and ribbons will be awarded. trip to Amarillo. they were, Sandwiches and refresh- fortunate enought to get: ments will be served and. everyone is invited to attend. tickets for the pageant at the Palo Duro Canyon last Mon- day, and said the perfor- mance was spectacular. The annual pageant, which tells the sotry of the conquista- dores, is staged in a tre- mendous natural amphithe- atre and attracts thousands every year. It was shades of the 50's at the Steve Suttons last Saturday with about 12 couples enjoying a sock hop. Star harborites attending the monthly Coast Guard Flotilla 5-14 party at the Bushwhacker home of Jim and Jennie Moore last Satur- day were Duke and Gladyce Trusler, Evelyn and Dan Ciosser, Grant and Millie Brown, and Dave and Frances Ramsey. Christmas in July was the theme and the wintry decorations kept everyone in a holiday mood which was emphasized by background music of "Deck the Halls," and other carols.. Fund Drive Underway Mrs. Alice Cartlidge, chair- man of the Malakoff Breath of Life Campaign to aid victims of cystic fibrosis, has an- nounced that the annual drive for contributions will be con- ducted August 29 to Septem- ber 8. The drive is a part of the effort of the North-East Texas chapter of the cystic fibrosis foundation to meet the needs of victims and to work toward conquering of the dread di- sease. Street marchers will call door-to-door during this time to receive donations. Also, various businesses will be contacted. Everyone is urged to con- tribute to the effort. $125,000, which would bring: the city's indebtedness up to approximately $200,000 since there is a balance due of $70,000 on the present system. Pitts and his committee have been working_ ont the project for the past four months, having been ap- pointed by the council in response to increased com- plaints from residents about the quality of the water. At present the city derives its water supply from wells, field and children, Michelle, Harold, Robert, Tammy and Jason, have returned recently from a vaction trip to New Orleans, La. Everyone had a good time on the trip, it was reported, but especially the children who spent the ma- jority of their time swim- ming. Bro. Walter Floyd was guest preacher at Malakoff First Baptist Church, Sunday in the absence of Bro. James Cheatham who was preaching in paris. Bro. Cheat- ham was at the church where as Southern University. Mary Sears of Dallas visit- ed over the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Thad Stacy. Sun- day, Mrs. Stacy's daughter, Mary, took them to Marshall to celebrate the 83rd birth- day of John Evans Beaird, Mrs. Stacy's brother. They all reported a nice time visiting with relatives and friends and enjoyed a nice luncheon. Mr. Beaird was raised in Malakoff. Beaird was raised in Mala- koff. Malakoff Rotarians had a their weekly meeting. Guest speaker was Gary Brown, senior vice presdient and trust officer of First National Bank in Corsicana. Brown spoke briefly on wills and trusts, cautioning members to be aware of the changes in the tax laws enacted by the U.S. Legislature in 1976. Special guests Tuesday were !!. Bruce Bryan from Lubbock; Clarence Wray, who was the guest of his brother-in-law, Duke Trusler; and Bud Brown, who was the guest speaker's father. but the new system would use he was ordained some 20 water from Cedar Creek years ago. Lake. Pitts said the same Nominating committee water lines would be in- members for First Baptist corporated into the new were elected Wednesday and system, but all lines would be will be headed by Peggy flushed out and cleaned. Baird as chairman. Other The council's decision for a members of the committe referendum was considered include Larry Massingill, by the majority of city fathers Jerry Stone, Margaret Lake, as the simplest, most Carol Woolverton, Mary democratic way to solve the Louise Jackson and Gary problem. If the majority of Ashlock. residents favor a new system, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dodson and Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Dodson have recently re- - " - "* said Mayor Joe Gerard, a general election will be held at a later date in accordance with the state law. In other action at the Aug. 12 meeting, Bob McKay waa named to the council to replace Erroll Foote, who moved recently to Lubbock. The Star Harbor Council meets the second Friday of every month at the com- munity center-city hall. Local Church Plans Week Revival Service The First Assembly of GOd Church is holding a Revival with the Rev. Don Bell. It will be held each night, Aug. 22-28, except Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. There will be prayer for the sick each night. Pastor Samuel Calk extends an in- vitation for everyone to at- tend. Today-Tammy White, Thesea White, Joe Thomas Jr., Annette Atkins, Robert Crocker, Mercedes Hardy, and Billy Atteberry Friday- Saturday-Vivian Ford, Ray- mond Reese, Kristie Kitch- ens and Lore Redden Sunday-Carney Kirby Monday-John Adams, Ste- phen Rogers, Blanche Scholl, J.B. Churchwell, Tammy Holyfield, and Jason Holyfieid Tuesday- Wednesday-Rick Eads and J. Lynn Carter It was a routine week for was taken into custody for drunk in vehicle after stop- Malakoff City Policemen fop drunk in vehicle, ping the driver for weaving in lowing summer months of Officer Eddie Miers and the roadway. turned from a vacation trip to Florida. While there they visited with the Joe Dodson family in Tallahassee, to Bartow where they visited with the Charles Dodson family, and toured Cypress Gardens, St. Petersburg and Tampa. Mayor Al lnmon and Marlin Perkins, owner of the Mala- koff Prescription Shop, were called on Satur6ay to perform an unusual duty. Both were busy counting black eyed peas at Donnell's Fashions, trying to determine the win- ner of Donnell's anniversary contest. Mrs. Frances Garvin of Corsicana was declared the winner of the contest, coming the closest to guessing the number of black-eyes in the jar. Other winners were Diane Crecelaus of Athens; Lesley Gerard of Star harbor; Patsy Thompson of Malakoff; Mrs. David Burton of Trim- dad; Jewell Green of Mala- koff. Debbie Tyler of Mala- koff won $25 worth of Joye Benais cosmetics, and Sher- anda Hicks of Dallas was the lucky winner of turquoise jewelry donated by Cathy Pretorius of Star harbor. Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Surls entertained relatives from California recently. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan, who live near San Diego were here visiting cousins Larry and Melissa Spivey, her husband, Gary, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Daw- son spent the weekend in Houston where they enrolled 50th Celebration Mrs. and Mrs. Bill King celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary August 19 honor- ed by their friends at Log Cabin Estates. Mr. and Mrs. King were married in Dallas, August 19, 1922 and lived in the Highland Park section of Dallas until a year ago when they moved to Log Cabin Estates. Out-of-town guests present were their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Minton of San Angelo, their grandson, ROcky Rust of Arl- ington, and Elmer Schmidt of Dallas. FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY FEElYSEED4:ERTIUZER Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewis West Hwy. 31 Owner Kerens, Texas arro/00 1 vlngs 0000'w;v00tl . .. social;lOll I -M!.koff 50z E Royall 489-1957 SAFETY BOOT HEADQUARTERS LARGE SELECTION OF SIZES --IN STOCK RED 00VlNG KIRBY'S Malakoff Smith Drug & Variety Boys' & Gids' Jeans =32' to =6." Shirts & T.Shirts il." to q." Blouses =3." & Up Tennis Shoes =2." to s4." Sox 49' & Up Tube Sox q. & q." EVERYTHING IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES!!! S & H Stamps Layaway Malakoff increased police activity. August 18 Chief Wilson investigated a fender-bender accident on the Dulaney Auto Supply parking lot when a 1976 Ford driven by John T. Nichols of Malakoff backed into a 1970 Chevrolet driven by Oscar Thomas of Mala- koff. There was no damage to the Nichols vehicle and mode- rate damage to the Thomas vehicle. August 19 Officer Eddie Miers investigated a theft at Malakoff Truck and Body Shop. Estimated value of the loss of a cutting torch, hoses and gauges from a utility trailer and a gallon of paint was $435. The theft is under investigation. Saturday, August 20 was a busy day beginning when Officer Sonny Miers stopped a vehicle on FM 3062 on a traffic violation. As a result of the violation a Kerens man oleooeoeooummgesol CAMPBELL'S EXPERT t WATCHMAKING : e JEWELRY REPAIR : e I Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas :...o.olo..,.e.-.*; reserve officer Don Johnson stopped a vehicle for running the red light at Hwy. 31. A Houston man was taken into custody for carrying prohibit- ed weapons and for the traffic violation. Miers and reserve officer Howard Hoskins took a Mala- koff man into custody for no drivers licence on person and SUBSCRIBE NOW To the KEMP NEWS MABANK BANNER MALAKOFF NEWS FREE STATE NEWS And Get In.Depth Coverage of Your Local Football Team And Details of AH the Teams in Our Area FEATURING COVERAGE RANGING FROM MALAKOFF. MABANK. KEMP,CANTON, EUSTACE,TRINIDAD, VAN, GRAND SALINE AND WILLS POINT BEGINNING NEXT WEEK IN THIS NEWSPAPER. GET THE LOCAL ACTION AND DISTRICT STANDINGS FROM SPORTS EDITOR DAVID HOLMES. HIGHLIGHTS OF ALL THE GAMES WITH FORECASTS AND SPECIAL FEATURES OF OUTSTANDING PLAYERS. 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