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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Texas Friday, Sept. 6, 1968 Page Five Myrtle Davis was visit- [through the Labor Day I $ |~ by Mr. and Mrs. Bob ,~ ~Y and daughter, Judy and ,~,r# land Mrs. John Alexander !m==~laughter, Cindy all of Ar- and Mr. and Mrs. Olen .~k of Mineola. l~ekend guests of Mr. and T H race Manning were Mrs. John W. Brown of l s. Mrs. Manning repo Is. Mrs. Manning reports rsh~ has heard from her [Ron Foster, and that he ,/t sently in a little town MWIk the first part of the from Titusville, Penn i the couple had been on for the p,zt ten days. there, Dick and Ellen with her parents, Mr. E. W. Shaffer, Dick's and other family all of whom live in way. While there, Jeff will al- so attend a homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gaston of New Haven, Conn returned Wednesday, Aug. 28, from a year spent in England and Eu- rope where Jerry was doing re- search in sociology. Before re- turning to New Haven, the couple will spend two weeks visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaston and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ballow in Athens. Other holiday guests in the Gaston home were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Story of Kemp; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson of West and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Story and daughters, Kristi and Me- lissa of Fort Worth. Jimmy Estes of Irving was a Friday through Monday visi- tor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Estes and of his brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Don Estes and Tamra. Wayne Patterson, son of Mr. C. T Simmons. accom- and Mrs. Roy Patterson, is re- l~ by her sister, Mrs. cuperating nicely from a ton- [~alker of Athens, attend-sillectome he underwent at the r First Sunday staging at Memorial Hospital in Athens l~ where the two ladies last Friday. Wayne was return- :- |h)rn and reared. "Miss" ed to his home on Saturday l~ays attending the sing- and Mrs. Patterson said the F,~.onthly ritual of the Doctors reported that it would be at least two weeks before he could participate in sports. ,and Mrs. Fender Johns-Wayne is a member of the Tro- ! ~ Tuesday for Bloom- jan football squad. where they will "-----'~------ i ~e winter months visit- Sam and Frances Moseley i ~ their son, Jack John- werein Dallas Thursday ! L~d grandson, Johnny through Saturday so that Sam Johnny will enroll in could undergo his periodic ~and University in check-up, the reports of which KleXico'on the 14 of this were very gratifying. While in L~e has spent the pastthe city, the couple also at- tiring in the local area. tended to other business and ! .~to their leaving, the visited with relatives. Con- i ~ had a camp-out on struction of their new brick 1 t~lar Creek lots over the home is now well underway. ,~i[ week end. Those at' ~Were Mr and Mrs O Mr. and Mrs. M. C Williams ! ~Ston of Mesquite; Mr. of Graham were Thursday and : 1%. George Baggett of Friday guests in the home of !~' R. Lout of Conroe; her brother and family ,Mr. [[rroriene Johnston andand Mrs. Roy Patterson. Fy.Ramona of Athens Vincent Rittmann of E1 Pa- son is-spending this week visit J( ~ Mrs. Howard Seago ing with his grandmother, Mrs. ~i ~ng a five day vaca- Ruby Taaffe prior to his leav- e E?g the HemisFair and ing to enroll in college. Thom- |~ints of interest in as Taaffe of Dallas was here [ ~~ for the week end to visit with his mother before he assumes guests in the home of his duties as instructor in the ~Mrs. Lee Williams South Plains Junior College in I~" niece and her family,LeveUand. ~lMrs. Weldon Wheat- L~e and Glenn of Mid- ~l~ro. L. H. Raney of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Me- ,who filled the pulpit Gee and children, Becky and '1-'|lintI ----"the Calvary Baptist Lee week f end Tyler towere visit here with for the his I ,~ mother, Mrs. H.L. McGee Sr. "" iV lCkie Gage of Dallas Miss Marsha McGee, who has ~.hng holiday week end returned from Glorieta where I,Mth-her fa(her, Victor she had been following her her-brother-'and sis-European tour, was also a says she enjoys guest in the home. Marsha will ~ ~LUte of her work with enroll this week as a sopho- ~41and -L-fie Insurance more in Tyler Junior College. Bobby Rounsavatl was in L Woolf left Saturday Houston last week on business ~tfor Strawn to visit for his employers, Nipak, Inc ~ :~1 days in the home He was .accompamed on th. ~Ugh'er and her fami trip by his wife and daughter, ~ COok on the grill, split dove down the back. : ~o With butter or margarine and sprinkle with ! ~tit'~ and pepper or brush with barbecue sauce 1 ~.hout tomato. Place, split side down, on grill. I ~ nll 15 minutes over medium setting. Turn, i ~,'Ush ~vith melted butter or margarine or more 1 7~rbeeue sauce and continue cooking 10 min- 1 ~'~. To cook on the rotisserie, place several ~s on the spit in head to tail position. Fasten I IRI~rety with holding forks. Brul~h with melted l l~ ler or margarine and sprinkM with salt and ltt I~r or brush with barbecue sauce without 1 ~to. Cook 20 minutes over medium setting, ~Shing occasionally with melted butter or 1 rgarine or barbecue sauce. Take advantage low prices this Gas bill or call Lone Star Gas made good use of their spare time by visiting places of in- terest in the city. Mrs. Maxie Green, accom- partied by her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mack Green of Dallas, were in Pasa- dena last week to be at the bedside of their daughter and sister ,Mrs. Charles Jones who was hospitalized because of pneumonia. Mrs. Jones will be remembered as the former Miss Carolyn Green. Little Miss Karon Green, daughter of Billy Mack and wife, kept her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R .H. Lanier. company while her parents were away. An- other week end guest in the Lanier home was her sister, Mrs. Frances Moorehead of Dallas. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ficklin were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ficklin of Ovalo, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ficklin and sons, Keith and Craig of Irving, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hogden, Miss Pare Ficklin, all of Dallas and Mrs. A. D. Hines and daughter, Judy and Tom Ficklin, all of Pow- ell. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walker of Baytown were in town for the week end to visit with her GIANT parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Wiggins and with other rela- tives and friends. Mrs. Walker is the former Miss Gwenn Wig- gins, a graduate of the local school. Mrs. L. D. Harris is expect- ed home some time this week after spending the past two weeks in Houston visiting with her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pierce and with her two brothers and their families, Dee and Odis Cartlidge. Holiday guests in the home of Mayor and Mrs. Freeman Miller were their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller, Debra, Linda and Julie of Dallas and their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Airheart, Vickie and Sharon of Duncanville. While here, Charles and family div- ided their time visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Airheart. Mrs. E. Dunn of Carbon is on an extended visit with her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McCracken. Mrs. Carbon was among the visitors at the Sunday morning worship services at First Bap- tist. Coach and Mrs. James Abel and their children took the op- portunity during the labor day weekend to visit with both his and her parents, who live in and near the Sidney area in Comanche County. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Taylor were their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor, Mike and Glenn of Pasadena and the Taylor's daughter, Mrs. Doro- thy White of Dallas. Mr and Mrs. Tommy Taylor spent the Labor Day weekend in Leagueville visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Adair. Meryl and LOIS Bradley left Tuesday morning on the first leg of their month lor?g vaca- tion. At the time of their de- parture, the couple was not certain of their destination, but headed out in the direction of Arkansas. Carl and Dora Wilbanks, in company with their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Don Wil- banks of Garland, were in Pal- acios during the long week end to try their luck at fishing. They reported catching a lot of speckled trout and flounder fishing from the pier. TAX MAN SAM SEZ: 'Everybody knows that the new surtax law raised the a- mount of income tax that you will pay 7% per cent this year by 10 per cent. Whai a lot of folks don't know is that the rules for paying estimated taxes have also been tightened up. Most of us work for wages and our employers withhold in- come tax and social security tax from our wages and pay it to Uncle and we don't have to worry about filing an esti- mated tax return. However, those folks who are self-em- ployed or who have income outside of their pay check, do have a problem. This type of taxpayers have been required to file an estimated tax re- turn in the past, but there were lots of good excuses that wiped out a tax penalty if you did not file and you met the exception. Congress decid- ed to wipe out and tighten up these exceptions. If you are self-employed or if yau have substantial income on which you have not paid any tax, you better review the amount of estimated tax that you are due to pay on September 15, or find out whether you have to file and pay because your good excuse is gone. 3 LB. CAN IIIII REG. 98 BAYER IO0'S SUGARY SAM size can AF [] DEDICATED TO DIGNIFIED SERVICE To Honor the Memory of a Loved One: a Worthy Final Tribute All our efforts are directed toward makt the funeral service a fitting expression of the love and devotion that comes to the departed from all those nearest and dearest. Thoughtfulness Above All i i i E COLD REG 49 LB. BAG ' 10 CELLO TRINIDAD, TEXAS iii i1