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Page Eight - MALAKOFF NEWS - September 10, 19"/1 Trinidad Visiting with Mrs. Ruth Mc- Crackin over Labor Day week- end were her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ad. rion and children, Carole, David and Susan of Atlanta, Texas. On Monday Mrs. McCrackin was in Canton for the day where she visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Adrion and attended First Monday. Three year old Janet McClin- toek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Horace MeClintock of En- his and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. H. McClintock was scheduled to be in Dallas Tues- day for medical tests with a heart specialist there. Janet was in Corsicana Memorial Hospital last week and will have to remain hospitalized for the next two weeks, according to friends of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nolan and son Stephen of Oklahoma and Lee Nolan of Dallas spent the Labor Day week-end with their parents, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nolan and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Green and daughters, Karen and Susan of Dallas spent the week-end visiting with his mother, Mrs. Maxine Green and with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lanier. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller spent the Labor Day week-end visiting in Winters, Texas. Mm. Richard TaMfe returned home last week from Tripolie, Libya. Her husband, Richard, will return Oct. 20. Visiting with Mrs. Taaffe over the week- end was her niece, Lajuana Kieschnick of Dallas. Saturday visitors with Mrs. C. C. Wright were Buford Wright and Ted Flowers of Rusk, and Larry Wright of Gal- veston. Monday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Earl Wright and daughter Marana of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Abee and children, Julie and Matt, of Mesquite, spent the week-end visiting with his moth- er, Mrs. Dora Wilbanks, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston. A WISE WIFE will pay family bills by check. This gives her a record of expenses for budgeting .... and for tax deductions. Open your ,regular or 'special checking account now at the CITIZENS STATE BANK. EITIZENS STATE BANK SOMETHING Likely it is cinch bugs or army worms that is retarding your lawn's progress! Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Graham The Re'N. Foreman, pas- and children, Bobby Joe and tar of F!.rtis t Church, will Darla Ann of Waco visited over be teacmt course on Mar- the week-end with Mr. and riage and ily Life at the Mrs. W. E. McElroy and faro- Baptist StL Union Building ily. on the Hen n County Junior Mrs. Pat Brock is in Corsica- na Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery last week. College Can The class will be hem fr:00 until 1:00 each Monda3ro. Foreman has begun hi d year as pas- tor of the loenurch. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bethae of Mr. and Mau I Bradley Caddo Mills visited over the and Patty of e spent the week-end with their daughter week-end viss with his and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- mother, Mrs. ie Bradley. bert Sto!usky, Julie and Stephen. Mrs. Bradley roe d to Abi- The two families spent the day lene with her hnd family Monday at Trades Day in Can- on Tuesday for rt visit, ton.. Jimmy Estes of Sherman Mr. and Mrs.uce Wall spent the past week h".re while spent the Labor lweek_en d on vacation visiting with his in Austin and San aio where parents, Mr. and Mrs. George they did a lot of siccing and Estes. relaxing. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lmkdy and children, Tally Mark, Dawn, and Heather, of Wimberely, spent the Labor Day week-end visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lundy of Dixie Isle. Al- so visiting with the Bradshaws over the week-end were Jamie Bradshaw and Janice Williams of Houston. Becky Rayfield of Dallas and Jerel Rayfield and Carolyn Smith of Denton spent the week- end visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Rayfield. The members of the Methodist Church are making prepara- tions for a Revival which will begin the 19th of this month. Rev. H. A. Springfield will preach, Jerry Ballew will lead the music, and Mrs. Milburn Johnston will be at the organ. Little Kasey Jones spent sev- eral days in Corsieana Hospital last week with a lung condition after having swallowed crayon which went to her left lower lung. The doctors did surgery on Tuesday for removal of the crayon. She is doing fine since her return home. Kasey is the one-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Jones. The News offers it sympathy to the family of Mrs. Maude Martin who passed away last week. Mrs. Martin was the mother of Mrs. Bobble Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lusk of Ennis were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Lois Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Johnston. Harvey Dee Bradley of Tyler visited Wednesday with his aunt, Mrs. Lottie Bradley, and with other relatives. FRIDAY-SATURDAY SEPT. 10-11 FRIDAY-SATUROAIr SEPT. l STARTS SUNBAT ] COtOR by DeLuxe United APIIsIS PLUS SECOND MOVIE STEVE McQUEEN "OINOINATTI KID" BOTH IN COLOR SUli-MOII-TUE-WE| SEPT. 115 P [Ground Beef 69 ',0o00n000 INOVELTIES lb. omore 59 lb. I liilllllilllllllllli aRaBle A.F. Half or Whole .S. No. l'Red DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPS ON TUESDAY i =B== == == == == == == =========i American Beauty ROAST , r|||||. ,oooRoRE ,ou.. I00ELLO_RINE ,a': BONELF-'SS'ucK I III II I at. i r !., ,.! ____ huck Roast 1b. 69 c ROA  Ctns. ii , 00O?'13iE 7'0 I ROAST lb. 89 c STEAK lb. '9 c  Pound Can--,., I' ''"' '"'' '"'"' ' ' ! BORDEN'S Ice Cream - 6 Packs ._ 29004 Marked Mini-Hams .ou., 1.29 10 ;a;" 59 A.F. Canned HAM Hot or Mild LINKS STYLE HAIR SPRAY 13 o= WHITE SEEDLESS CELLO DELSEY GRAPES CARROTS TISSUE 3.0Ucannd 2.? ? lb. 29 lb. 2 :: GREEN GRADE (A) LARGE INIONS RADISHES EGGS Pound' 59  for 2 for 29 o,, 49 CANADA DRY ASST'D New York Cut A.F. oo .. DRINKS STEAK Pound 1.99 MI,K Gallon 99 3L;::1 Center Cut Smoked Asst'dClavors United States Pork Chops 1.09 JELiO 2 Boxes3z" 27 Encyclopedia of History A.F. Jumbo or All Meat IA.F. Vol, ! 1 4_.91 FRANKS 63 BISQIIT$ 00ac. 8 V01S. 2 .99 I USDA GRADE (A) PRUF SPRAY BUGGING lOO S&H i '00 S&H Fryer Quarters STARCH YOU? GREEN STAMPS  GRE[N STAMPS Breast Qtrs. lb. 49 15 o 59 I Leg Qtrs. lb. 45 can Furchase of [ 3 Pieo. Place Setting INSTANT KRAFT POTATO With $10.00 Purchase [ LUNC-IEONWARE LIPTON TEA SALAD EXPIRES MONDAY, SEPT. 13th I EXPIRES TI.ESDAY SEPT. 3 o, 129 3 u i Jar , Can I Come on down - Tell ADOLPH about your lawn problems- le have the solution. F 0 AL A K 0 F F iD[ C E o PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI., SAT., MON. & TUES. E R in