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September 18, 1975

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Reminiscence SURROUNDINGS Shop was hair care emporium this side of Dallas, when this photo was The year isn't legible Texas Company or Lumber Co. calendars, pair of eyes younger mrs thinks its 1926. A with a perpetual cal- puts the days of the week in right proportion for this to be so, but we won't vouch for it. The photo was provided by Mattie Thomas of Trinidad, and pictured are Luther Clay, Lee Clay, Will Johnson and Edward Weatherly. The reclining cus- tomers aren't identified. With electric clippers, and a wire along which to slide the ! clippers from one chair to the other, a ceiling fan, and decorative latticework at the back, it was the highest in modern barbershop decor. The glass mirror and marble shelf and base remain in the shop now. In the middle of the room, for easy accessibility, rested the spittoon. Prices? We didn't ask. ic Fibrosis Coffee Is Held marchers for the Fibrosis campaign this week at a in the home of Mrs. Walker. marching for cystic s, now through Satur- Malakoff include Mrs. Hearn, Mrs. Johnny Mattingly, Mrs. Hylas Cade, Mrs. David Carter, Mrs. Pete Dodson, Mrs. Johnny Atkins, Mrs. Gerald Graham, Mrs. Bill Green, Mrs. Leonard Harris, Mrs. Charles McLeary, Mrs. James Jones, Mrs. Raymond Jenkins, Mrs. Police Report auto accidents this week in Mala- On last Thursday, a car by Terry Newman of driving west on 31 and started to  lanes, colliding with a by Clyde Bailey of Minor damage was Malakoff man was charged with drunk in vehicle and his Trinidad passenger was charged with public intoxi- cation. Three disturbing the peace incidents were investigated by Chief Wilson, but no charges were filed in any case. Howard Julian, Mrs. Haynes Knox, Mrs. George Quinn, Mrs. Gary Spivey, Mrs. Charles Stevens, Mrs. Homer Trimble, Mrs. Don L. Willbanks, Mrs. Hubert Wilson, Mrs. Joe Bybee, Mrs. W.L. Huh, Mrs. Earvin Matthews, Miss Melinda Gunnels and Miss Brenda 11utchins. Mrs. James Fort is respon- sible for the Malakoff col- lection. Those marching for cystic fibrosis in Star Harbor in- clude Mrs. Howard Henson, Mrs. Ford Drake, Mrs. Cecil Broyles, Mrs. Bill Atteberry, Miss Ollie Bateman, Mrs. J.T. Wheeler, and Miss Beth Harris. There were no Chief Richard Wilson ated. On Friday, of Florida, going on 31, stopped at the stop sign, as did Sandra Byars of Both then pro- through the inter- and collided. There damage to the and there were no Officer Bill Clark Priday night, a Murchi- DUNLAP INSURANCE Anything You Need Malakoff 489-0535 was arrested by a and Clark for drunk in and an Athens Do it yourself framing was charged with Intoxication. Later a Complete line of artist supplies Miss Big .,,,_ Subscription Classes in oil & On Page 9 water color by Carl First NOTICE 43 t76_ STATE OF TEXAS B. & J. Center Seven Points Lee Smith are commanded to by filing a written to the Petitioner's 10 o'clock of the first Monday of issuance of the same being the 13th day of A.D., 1975, at or 10 o'clock A.M., before 173rd District of County, in Athens, Petitioner's petition on the 26 day of 1975. The file number suit being No. The names of the suit are: In the of the Marriage of Smith as Petitioner Iilly Lee Smith as The nature of being substantially to wit: Suit for this Citation is not Within 90 days after of its issuance, it returned unserved. this the 26th day of A.D., 1975. Given y hand and seal of Court, at office in Texas, this the 26th A.D., 1975. Kelly, Clerk Court Texas By Deputy. t SYMand UNDERSTANDING We offer you the benefits of our experience in assisting bereaved families through this time of sadness by making all of the necessary arrangements for services and burial. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas phone 675-2211 YMCA Flag Football Hunting For Coaches YMCA's Flag Football for the 9-10-11-12 year old program needs help in the players is Sept. 27th, and Malakoff area. coaches are desperately There are currently 29 needed, Mrs. Surls said. youngsters signed up for two "We can't play without teams, but there are no coaches," she said. The teams coaches, according to Mickey practice twice a week and play Surls, spokesman for the Y in on Saturday mornings, she Malakoff. Two coaches and said. two assistants are needed at Anyone wishing to vol- once. unteer may call Mrs. Suds at The first game of the season 489-0636. Sept. 18, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 7 Cen Tex Beef Test Station To Begin Gain Study The Navarro College Cen Tex Beef Test Station will begin a new 140 day gain test program the first of October according to Navarro County Agent Gene Sears. Bull calves between the ages of six and twelve months of age are eligible to be entered in this test. The program is open to any breed of cattle. Gain ability is a genetic transmitted characteristic which means a high gaining bull transmits this to his offsprings; consequently, a calf can be produced Ix) a Dairying Keyed To Feed Prices low level due to poor market prices. U.S. milk production should be up about 600 million pounds this year com- pared to 1974; yet gross cash receipts are expected to be u only 2 per cent Dairying in the U.S. and Texas through the remainder of the year and well into 1976 will depend heavily on the price of feed-grains, contends a marketing economist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Lower feed prices will boost feeding of the dairy herd which, in turn, will increase milk output. Dairy cow num- bers are expected to remain stable as culling and slaughter will continue at a heavier weight from a high at this time at the Navarro gaining bull in less days. College station should contact Beef cattle producers inter- County Agent, Gene Sears, in ested in gain testing any bulls Corsicana. In the 18th century, a tourist in Cornwall was rebuked for shooting a raveh, which might have been the reincarnation of King Arthur! For Quality Work and Prices You Can Afford, Call or Come By BURKHART AUTOMOTIVE General Repair 4894}307 Welding Fmhennan's Wharf Malak0ff, Texas Auto &Truck,. & Refinishing Friday & Saturday September 19 and 20 Cedar Creek Lake Area Largest Stock Over 10,000 yards in stock CARPET OO All Grade A Goods ...No Seconds INDOOR/OUTD(] ')R ASTRO TURF O0 Sq. Yd. O0 Sq. Yd. IIII II I FAMOUS BRANDS Stevens - Gulistan Mohawk Landmark Imperial Many Others BOAT (:ARPET OO Sq. Yd. PA.TIO CARPET OO Sq. Yd. Every Color Combination Gold - Green Orange- Red Red/Black - Yellow Come by and let's get acquainted Even if you can't buy, You should come and look. Open Friday & Saturday 9am till 7pm Highway 90 across from Mabank Garden Center