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Page Two -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- September 10, 1971 P. O. Box 8Q9 PHONE 214 489-O831 "HEARTIIE.AT PROGREESlVE WESTERN HENDERRON COUNTY" NOW IN THE 89TH YEAR OF PUIH.ICATIDN PUIILISHgD BY THE TERRITORY TINEII PUSUlmINO CO., INC.., IN THE NEws BUILDING IN MALAKOFF, TIKXA8 78148, ICH Fm0AV. GILIIt[RT BOCELL. PUBLISHER CHARLEIE ICEI. EDITOR ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICI[ OF MAI.AKOFI r. TIXAR 78148 /,l 2NO CLASS MATTER. CIRCULATION RATIr, 1 YIU,R IN HI[NDgRIION AND ADJOINING COUNTIER $4.80. All. 01711111 IN TIXAI 18.50. OUTIIDE TEXAS S6.80. Malakoff Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers, to be with her daughter ar Jr. and family from Port help with the baby for a week. Neches visited his parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Pew- Mrs. Brad Staey is in East ers and Cozette Barnett, over Bernard, visiting her daughter the week-end, and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis from Houston visited his par- Mr. and Mrs. William Cart- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Lewis, lidge observed their 33rd weald- over the week-end, ing anniversary last Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hearn and Mrs. Willie Mae Haynes went to Louisiana for the week-end to visit their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wright, and to see their new grandbaby. Mrs. Hearn stayed September 3rd. Mr. Maynard Fowler and his son, Jack, spent the holidays on the Neches River near Woodville. They didn't have any luck with the fish, but enjoyed the outing. HERE'S WHERE THE ACTION IS! Tiger Town Quarterback 1ub for information call 489-0296 Week-end visitors in the G. W. Penfold home were Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ventura, Jr. and their two little daughters from Dallas. Mrs. M. C. Steiner of Dallas is visiting in the G. W. Penfold home. Week-end visitors in the Tre- man Perkins home were her brothers and their families, Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Taplev and Teresa from Pasadena_and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tapley from Houston, and Mr. Perkin's mother, Mrs. Essie Perkins from Athens. Danny Perkins, who is sta- tioned with the Army in Mis- souri, was home for the &day holiday week-end. The family returned him to Dallas Love Field Monday night. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Barabara Ridenour last Wednes- day were her daughter, Mrs. Frances Humphrey, and her son Michael from Dallas. Michael, who is in the Air Force, was on his way to RenD, Nevada, wlffere he is stationed. Guests in the John Robertson home over the week-end were their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Officer and daughter from Lake Jackson; another daughter and her fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Allen and Brian from Lancaster; and a nephew from Longview, Mr. J. W. Crawford. Labor Day visitors in the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Allen were Mr. and Mrs. Buck Whitworth from Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs. Ola Cantrell from Grand Prairie, ad Mr. and Mrs. David Rozell and four children from Houston. Tools Auto Parts Acessories Dulaney AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone 489- 1533 Th, e Teob. lma, Aememm i VALVli GRINDING SERVICE Danny Abbott, home from col- lege for the week-end, was re- tanned to Commer by his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Ab- bott, on Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Spencer from Houston returned to her home on Tuesday morning after hav- ing visited her sister, Mrs. T. W. Clark, since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long and Randy from Marshall visit- ed in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry, Saturday. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry went to Lake Tawakonie where they visited the Clyde Noles family. Members of the local Rebec- ca Lodge, Mrs. Beatrice Pierce, Mrs. Edna Evans, and Mrs. Lucille Caldwell, attended a pro- gram at the Corsicana Orphans' Home last Sunday afternoon, which they all enjoyed. They then went to Ennis, where they visited with Mrs. Edna Broyles in the IOOF Home, and attend- ed a program presented there. Mrs. Broyles sends her regards to all her friends in Malakoff. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hair- grove and daughter Mary Beth, of Grand Prairie, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Caldwell, over the week-end. Labor Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Tap- ley were their son and his fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tapley and son from Tyler, and their daughter and her family, Rev. and Mrs. Derwood DuBose and three children, from Dallas. Visiting Mrs. Bob Rainey over the week-end were her child- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farrell from Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Britt Alexander from Euless. Week-end and holiday visitors in the J. Arvin Johnson home were Mr. end Mrs. David Gu- towskie from Irving. They all enjoyed water skiing on the lake Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Johnston of Forney viseed her father, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore, over the week-end. They also visited in Trinidad with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. John- ston, and visited their aunt, Mrs. Rasie Mecks, who is crit- ically ill in the Athens Mesrrial HosDRal. A new way to say 'hello'... THE PUSH-BUTTON ERICOFON CLASSIC Push-button key-calling is fun and fast. At the touch of a fingertip dialing time is cut in half. No waits for dial to return. Just tap the buttons to place a call. It's easier, surer, quicker. So quick, try as you may, you can't button-up the system. With your new Classic, you'll keep in touch with a light touch, and have the last word in style and convenience. Free-form design SPECIAL OFFER - and striking colors complement any decor. And you'll have a one-piec e phone light and handy to use, slim and trim to take little space on desk or table. For an exciting new form of expression order the new push-button Classic. It's the latest addition to our selection of modern telephones. Call your telephone business office today. No Installation Charge & No Color Charge through September Gu//States - //niled Engagement Plans Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Bennett, 323 Mitchell, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Diana Kaye, to Roger DeWayne Almond, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Almond of Malakoff. The bride-elect is a graduate of Athens High School. The groom-elect is a graduate of Malakoff High School and is employed at the Phantom Boat Co. in Athens. The wedding is planned for Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. at the Sand Springs Baptist Church with the Rev. Jack Burgess officiating. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Mr. David Irvin from St. Mr. and Mrs. Percy 19. Louis, Missouri, spen last week and granddaughter, Holt, spent the week-e . with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. days in Carrollton, S. C. Irvin. Sunday visitors in the home visiting her brother dJ of Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Irvin wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Little Smith. from Dallas. On Saturday, Mrs. ca -'' J lied l |: Irvin's sisters, Elsie and Pamy Randy Monroe Gaston from Fort Worth, and ents, Mr. and Mrs Joe M'J Mrs. R. J. Milton from Farmer-Thursday mornir, g a. t 6.3: ville visited them. a.m. to report that l w. - Sharon, had arrived th. Mr. axed Mrs. Paul Davis Berlin, safely about Bankston and little daughter :'Wednesday" there. Arm Katherine, from Irving, visited his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Mrs. Paul Bankston, over the ney from Lake Worth holidays, week-end visitors in the neth Cole home. PASCHAL HOME We accept all burial policies at face value PHONE 489-1500 LETTUCE Head BELL PEPPERS""00,0,1 P OTATO ES,,,,,,I ,Pound Bag POT PIES 5 For1 O0 Lemonade:;:;2 ' OUR DARLING CORN DONALD DUCK - ORANGE 5 000r99' JUICE 100.oz39' TUNA MONTE 3 For 9 9 WHITE2 RoIICLOU D T ISS U EPkgs. TIPPY DEL MONTE CATSUP Dog Food 1200or99 ,,o, CHLOROFILL 2/ lb. 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