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!i! . ii ::! , i :ii i Page Two -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- October 1, 1971 P. O, Box 509 PHONE 214 489-O531 "HEARTBEAT PROGRESSIVE WESTERN HENDERSON COUNTY" NOW IN THE 59TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION PUBLISHED BY THE TERRITORY TIMES PUBLIBHING CO., INC., tN THE NEWS BUILDING IN MALAKOFF, TEXAB 7514e, EACH FRIDAY. GILBERT BOCELL, PUBLISHER CHARLBIE BOCELL, EDITOR ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE OF MALAKOFF, TI[XA8 7B148 AS 2ND CLASS MATTER. CIRCULATION RATES, 1 YEAR iN HENDERSON ANE) ADJOINING COUNTIEB $4.O, At.t. OTHIRI IN TEXAS $5.50. OUTSIDE TEXAS $6.50. Malakoff Miss Hope Smxiavol, 17 year. old girl from the Baptist Home in Waxahachie, was a guest of the Cross Roads Baptist Church this week-end. The church is sponsoring Hope, helping with her expenses while at the home. She visited in the homes of several of the girls of the church while here. Members report they enjoyed having her in their homes, commenting on what a nice person she is. Mrs. L. E. Goines and daugh- ter Pat were in Oklahoma over the week-end visiting her hus- band who is employed there. The J. Arvin Johnson's, the Jerry Stone's, and the Glenn Harkey's enjoyed camping out and skiing at the Lake '0 The Pines last week-end -- seems R didn't rain there like it did here. Medical Center Hospital in Ty- ler following an automobile ac- cident last week. At this writ- ing, she was reported to still be unconscious, from the accident. Mrs. Carl Mathis was awaken early Monday morning by the telephone ringing. Upon answer- ing she listened to "Happy Birthday" sang by her three grandchildren in Garland. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Buster Mathis from Powell, spent the day with her Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith of Dallas visited her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Knox, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fowler and Derrick from Port Noches visited his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Fowler, over the week-end. Mrs. S. C. Irvin we to Irv- ,ing last Sunday to be with the family of her cousin, Henry Ward Gaston, who passed away Saturday. Mrs. Robert Brannan is in Troup, Texas with her son's family whose daughter is in LuciUe Truelove was in Fort Worth over the week-end visit- ing her sister, Mrs. P. E. Mc- Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fowler from Heavener, Oklalmvna, were in Malakoff over the week-end visiting with his brothers arfl . . . UNBURDENING YOU When death occurs in your family, there are so many matters to be taken care of, at a time when those most affected need all your attention. We handle those necessary details for you. CARROLL g LEHR Funeral Home ATHENS, TEXAS their families, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Fowler Mrs D. E. Abbott, Joyce Baker, and Benny Ray Rogers went to Oommerce Sunday af- tevmxm to return Daimy Abbott to school there. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLain visited in Kaufman Sunday with their son and his family, the Jearl McLain's. Freddie Carter fro Duncan- ville visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter, on Sunday. Mrs. Delois Ideus and Lisa from Tyler were here over the week-end, visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert Nokes. Mrs. E. M. Boyd's grand- daughter, Miss Bohette Elliott of Athens, is getting married Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in the Willow Springs Baptist Church. The prospective groom is Johnny McGuffey, also of Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Byars and daughters Jo Ann and Julia from Waco, were week-end guests in the home of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byars. Mrs. H. H. Cade was in Ker- eus Menday afternoon to attend the birthday party of her grand- son, Barry Chote, who was ce- lebrating his fifth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennett, daughter Debbie, her mother Mrs. Clarice Cole, and Mr. Theodore Rice were in Kemp Sunday on business. Week-end visitors in the Tre- man Perkins home were her sisters, Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and her daughter and Mrs. Don McLain, all from Mesquite. Mrs. Essie Perkins of Athens visited them on Saturday. Danny Perkins was home on a week-end pass from Missouri. His wife, Lana, and his mother, Mrs. Laverne Perkins, met him at Dallas Love Field Friday night during the rain storm. He drove the car back to camp Sun- day; rather than flying back, so he could see some of the country between Texas and Missouri. Mrs. Iva Mullins of Malakoff, Mrs. Pheba Snowden and Mrs. Christine Hendrix of Tool, at- tended the Fourth Stmday Sing- ing at the Court House in Ath- ens last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore went to Fort Worth Tuesday to spend the day and night with their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Watts. Guests in the Tool area lake home of Mrs. Vivian Humphries over the week-end included her daughter Mrs. Tom Robinson and the grandchildren, Tom and Kathy Lynn. Johnny Finny and Blake Grimes. James Henderson ran a kick-off and a :punt back for considerable yardage as well as intercepting three passes. The Junior High Homecoming which had originally been plan- ed for Thursday night, Septem- ber 30, has bcen postponed un- til November llth. CAMPBELL'S Expert Watchmaking and Jewelry Repair Phono OR 5-3132 ATHENS, TEXAS Adult Education At Tr In an effort to help people help themselves the Trinidad School has joined in the effort with other school agencies in an Adult Education Class. The class is open to anyone 18 years or older who has less than an eighth grade education or who needs to learn the basic communication skills in read- ing, writing, and speaking the English language, or who want to learn to work simple arith- metic problems. This training will ermble the students to go further in their education and prepare them for the GED test if they so desire. It can open doors to higher institutions of learning, bring forth job oppor- tuniti otherwise denied, and give students a sense of pride in their continued education. The class will be held in the Homecoming Building be instructed by John teacher in the An organizational be held Tuesday, Octob 6:30 p.m. Anyone should he there to class continuancy. information is needed Mr. Spencer or Maxima art the school. GiimoreFh00]00:00:r00i00?agmor00 f'i`' TrinidadService yOuR S a.m. in the United Methodist Church in Trinidad. Mrs. Gilmore died suddenly at her home in Trinidad Satur- day morning, Septem 25, at 6:00 a.m. Mrs. Gilmore had been a resident of Trinidad for the past 20 years. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Funsal services were con- ducted by the Rev. H. A. Spring- field and the Rev. J. N. Fore- man. Carrol and Lehr Funeral Home was in charge. Burial was in the Trinidad City Cemetery. Mrs, Gilmore is survived by two sons: Chester Gilmore of Trinidad and Gene Gilmore of Corsicana; two daughters, Mrs. O. F. Johnston of Fomey and . E. W. Dann of La Grange, Kentucky; four sisters Mrs. Nelleen Williams of Corsicmm; Mrs. Ruby Tekell of Hill; Mrs. Mildred Jones of Irving; and Mrs. Jos House of Irving; seven grandchildren and three great grandcldren. Kittens Lose To Kerens 6-0 The 8th grade Kitten football team lost Thursday night to Kerens Junior High; 6-0. According to the coaches CARROTS Pound Bag Krinkle Kut Rutabaga TURNIPS Pound Donald Duck 2 Pound Bag 3 fr$1 Orange Juice 6-OZ, Russet POTATOES 400o.89 lOPoun, Bag 59 i!i Mrs. A.C. GeeandMrs. Net. therewasonlyldefeusivemis- Miracle Whip tie Reese of Athens visited Mrs. take made in the game and :': R. T. Griffin Mooday afterron. Kereus scored on it. Outstand- Ajax ing offensive players were: Detergent Keren, Assembl9 God Qua00 59 Regular Size 19 SNODRIFT POT PIES Special Guests: Gilbert Quartet Morning Speaker: Rev. J. T. Davis 11:00 a.m. Dinner will be served at the National Guard Armory. Afternoon singing at 2:00 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME 3 lb. 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