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Page Four-- MALAKOFF NEWS m October 1, 1971 i i i i i ,111 1,1,,, ,i,, i SHOP OUR STORE All Brands Sterling Silver . . . IJnox and Royal Deulton China Fine Cryal.. PoNorle.. Tiffin.. Imperial Lotus Poltery,. Pranclan.. Meflox Taylor, Smith and Taylor All Brands of Stainless Steel 8tirmu Jewelry 8tore W. Side Sq. Pho. OR $-4181 Athens, Tezas i J i i i., FOR SALE HOUSES ! House for Sale -- 3 bedroom, 1 :bath, kitchen, living room, :frame -- newly remodeled in- :side -- 2 lots. Inquire McKee :Lumber Co. 489-0526 or evenings : 489-0262. " MISCELLANEOUS For Sale--Flex-A-Lounge Exer- ciser, CarBed, Car Seat, Strol- l let, 778-2589 or 350 Lawrence, i Trinidad. !For Sale- Broken concrete : pavement for slope protection on :lakefront lots. Helps stop eros- :ion due to wave action. See E. :W. Hable & Sons, Inc., General iContractors, between Kerens and Powell on SH 31, or call i874-8291, Corsicana. MOBILE HOME LOTS - Mobile Home " Lots Beautiful wooded mobile : home lots. f '*' . wa,00,uoo,v Te,eo.. down Proposed Lake  ,.J : Cedar Oak ' Estates FM 753 between 2494 and 31 FOR RENT : OFFICE SPACE  Office space for rent. See Dun- !; :, SEWING ;:Sewing done in my home. Mrs. ,:W It. 4410L :: NOTICE :i OPENING OCTOBER I, IW1 : BIGGS SHEET METAL  Gmrtng -- Downspout :: D.t Work -- Louvers :! Roof Sheets -- Chimney Caps " FREE ESTIMATES "L 4o6 Hwy. 3 e. ,: /=lakoff Ph. 489-0741 ,, nights -- 4324501 % HELP WANTED MALE W( :Wanted -- intelligent man to work at Marina, must be hard worker. Call 778-2505, Trinidad. ! CHILD CARE !Thomas Child Care Nursery has *,:opening for children 2-6 years. :*Contact Mrs. Joe Thomas, Jr., : 489-1457, 132 Lincoln Street, Ma- lakoff. State licensed. : CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many fine people :of Trinidad for the many kind- neses extended to my children :at the loss of their mother. May :'.God richly bless all of you. C. :M. Gilmore. JERRY GARRISON About Your Insurance Ufe Accident.H4lth Auto Inland Wind=term Fire Werknn's L,b.y Com lrhe MALAoKFF INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE 22 N. Try Sh 4M4!2 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart- felt thanks and gratitude to our many friends and neighbors who were so kind and thought- ful during our time of sorrow. The family of Donnie Sanders. Faye Huckaby Hosts Luncheon Mrs. Faye Huckaby hosted a dinner party for friends and rel- atives at her home in Tool, Mon- day, September 27. Those present far the occasion were Mrs Joy Montgomery of Tradewinds Addition, Mrs. Mary White and Mildred Mulhall of Westwood Beach, Mrs. Georgia Marie Byers' of Austin, Mrs. Ira Mullins of Malakoff, and Mmes. Christine Hendrix, Pheba Snowden, Vada Johnson, Willie Mae Byers, Anna Beth Grissom, and Jewel Arrington, all of Tool. Goofers Visit Malakoff The Joe Faulks and the John Crooks were hosts to a group of friends from southeast Texas and Louisiana on September 25 and 26th, at the Lions Den. They ave better known in south- east Texas for their music and singing of conntry, western and religious songs. They are also known in some circles as the "Goofers". While here they ente'tained with their music and singing, and a group of friends from Ma- lakoff, who had spent the earl- ier part of the evening trying to learn how to play 42 at a party given for Mrs. Joe Fauik, also joined the group at the den. Grandma Waller Celebrates 96th Birthday The Builders Class of the United Methodist Church had their monthly luncheon Tuesday at the Fellowship Hall of the Church. This meeting served a two-fold purpose in helping Grandma Waller celebrate her 96th birthday. Mrs. Waller was presented an arrangement of red carnations by Mrs. S. C. Irvin, and the class presnted her with a pin. The class was somewhat en- couraged and their hope renew- ed by the marvelous acceptance speech made by Mrs. Waller. Following offering of grace by Mrs. Wayne Cannon, the mem- bers of the class and four guests enjoyed an excellent meal, with a wide variety of vegetables, meats, and desserts. Guests far the occasion were Bro. and Mrs. Wayne Cannon, Mrs. Martin Waller from Wills Point, and Mrs. J. D. Waller from Malakoff. Members of the class present included: Miss Sadie Carson, School Menu MONDAY Hot dogs with sauce Pinto Beans Peanut Butter and graham crackers Milk TUESDAY Chicken and gravy Steamed Rice English Peas Wheat Bread Jello Milk WEDNESDAY Hambm'gew Out of town guests were: Mr. Lettuce, ions and picklee and Mrs. W. Love and son Bill Potatee Chips ,.,,,- u,.a,,, City Texas" Mr Ice Crmm -,, ...... e -;, , " ,air= and Mrs. Colt Smith from Port m  ''"ReDAY Arthur, Texas; Mr al Mrs. .n, , Cecil Ricks from "Nedelmd, Ham Hock with lima beans Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Lemy Corn Bossier, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ROs- Beets Brmd Sta orn mer, Mr. and Mrs. James cy, , ..... .q__ all from Port Neches; Mr. and nru r , Mrs. Carl Bissel and daught /dlk FnlDAY and son Judy and J. C., Mrs. V---'*able ' Maude Bissel, and Mrs. Jim ._'': . Evans and daugmer uons, Pinea,,,,l. =,, from Mansfield, Louisiana. Milk r,- .... DA00PltAI FUNERAL .nou,,nL *HOME We accept all burial policies at face value P,o,00 489-1500 We Now Rent and Sell: Hospital Beds Wheelchairs Walkers Commode Chairs IPPB Machines Other item Use your Medicare to rent or buy Medicare pays up to 80% Medicare + Mlleaid pays 100% ItardyaPh::mae' Butane-Propane Gas Service- Tanks For Lease or Sale i i I RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY , i Reliance Gas Co. -Dial 675-2269 in Athens- Mmes. S. C. Irvin, Annie Surls, Dewey Dodson, I. P. Tidmore, Eva Wilbanks, Georgia Mullins, Dwight Caon, W. W. Ham*t, J. A. Pierce of Trinidad, m-Ki Grandma Waller. Today -- Judy Seat, Clint Cross, Ola Byars, Billy Gunnels, Debra Davis, Peggy Tarver, Claude Bankston, Lynn C. Graham. Saturday -- Ethel Co.they, Mary Hatcher, Mrs. Bremyer, C. O. (Pete) I)odso, Sttmrt Sheffield, Ma.ha Carpenter. Sundy -- Suzanne Mattingly, Margaret Spears. Monday -- Ray Donnell, Bever- ly Holt, Joyce Russell, 'Perry Marshall, Eunice Stog.r, Ken Bostic. Tuesday -- A1 Imuon, Gary Reisor, Gladys Lawson. Wedne-ay -- Daniel Waltman, Martin Gilmore, Mrs. Sybil Bowman, Phil Graham, Kermeth Cole. Thursday -- John Clay, Golden Barron, Judy Young. 20 YEARS AGO O. W. Tubbleville reported to the News this week that his youngest son, Elsworth, who was stricken with a serious case of polio in Shreveport, Louisiana recently, is showing slow, but rather steady improvement. Mrs. Graddie Withrow, who underwent a serious brain oper- ation at the St. Paul Hospital in Dallas, on August 20, was able to be brought to her .home here last Saturday afternoon. M and Mrs. Paul G. Wallof, Jr. oITrim'dad, armmmce the arrival of a daughter, Laura Arm, on September 17th, at the Florence Nightingale Hospital in Dalas. Miss Pat Humphrios, popular Malakoff young lady, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Humphries, has been chosen to represent the City of Malakoff as duchess in the Queen's Court of Honor at the Crsicana IAve- stock and Agriculture Show on Tuesday, October 2. Miss Hum- phrios has chosen for her escort, Mr. Sonny Cade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hylas Cade. MALAKOFF BUILDERS SUPPLY AND OTHER BUILDI[R 't NEEDS 105 N. TERRY STREET COMPLETE BRAKE REPAIR ,: Our brake experts are efficient and will give you fast service too. Don't take chances with faulty brakes. Our charges are reasonable. Major credit cards accepted. TANNER MOTOR CO. FIR 'B UP CHECK THE OIL WASH THAT WINDSHIELD EXPERT WASH & tUB JOBS All This And Even More At BYAR'S TEXACO - Expert Wheel Alignment With BEAR Equipment, Tune-Ups, Muffler And Brake Work Air Conditioning Service DOUBLE STAMF'S WEDNESDAY Wash, Lubricate, Polish -- Pick Up and Delivery Complete i.ine Hercules and Dunlop Tires Tubes, All Sizes, Wholesale Prices BYARS TEXACO Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489:1534, Malakoff Mrs. Jean Rogers Bast, which is the major sport in that daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. section. Rogers of Malakoff, is among W.H. Wilson, 81, well-imown the 2,000 students era'oiled for Malakoff resident for many the first term of the new Lamar years, passed away at the home State College of Teelmology at of his daughter, Mrs. Louie Chapins, at Big Springs, Texas last Friday evening. Seventeen workers of the Ma- lakoff Fuel Carnpany who were released this week in the first of a series of cuts that will mark the end of the lignite in- dustry here in Malakoff, in- cluded: M York, O. D. Avery, E. E. Phillips, R. M. Martin, Dee Alexander, Emrnett Monroe, Willie Slaughter, Roy Wallace, Mike Gonzales, Lonnie Contreras, Ignacio Henmndez, Rudolph Martinez, Emillio Ybarra, Francisco Heredia, Ed- ward Najera, Manuel Najera, and Clemon Owens. 40 YEARS AGO Gilbert Benson, 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Ben- son of the Cross Roads com- munity, is suffering from a broken collar hone which he re- ceived when he fell out of a wagon in which the family was Benin'nora. Mrs. Bost is a sopho- more biology major. The new Cotton Belt passen- ger train schedule which be- comes effective at 12:01 a.m. Sunday, according to local agent C. M. Gilmore, will change the arrival time of only one of the two daffy trains. Northbotmd Tre No. 102, which has been arriving at 5:11 p.m., will ar- rive about 15 miwutes rlier. The young adult class of the Methodist Church School enjoy- ed a fish fry on Tuesday even- ing at the Texas Power & Light Company's lake at 2midnd. The 8 couples ejoying the out- ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Royall, Rev. and Mrs. Walter Carman, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Phillips, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Le- ROy Rogers, and Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon DeArm. 30 YEARS AGO The Malakoff Tigers gt off to a good start in the 1941 cenfer- eace race in the 20-13 dtrict here Friday night by defeating the Crandall High School -. Enriquez Rodriquez, Mexican miner, is being treated at the Kilman Hospital for injuries received last Tlmrsday while at work in the No. 4 llgrde mine. HIS dmst was badly bruised and he suffered lung and other in- ternal /njuries when he was caught between a mine car and a prop after the car had jump- ed the track. Bom to Mr. and Mn. Camey returning home from Poat Sunday night. Mr. Perry McCollum, mica engineer in the employ the Texas Clay Products puny of this city, was unRedt marriage to Miss Ruth of St. Louis, Missouri, September 20. Miss Eleanor Spencer of ens has completed merits to teach expression in | public schools of this classes to begin September 30. "Little" Charlie Midget half hack, put an to that "mascott" stuff at ens Friday after he had fully grounded two of the est men on the Athens Charlie is small, but he his part well, and great are expected of him graduation. Mrs. S. A. Hall, while at the Trinidad Lake afternoon, stuck a fish ho the palm of her right e was attempting to the hook from the pole. anesthetic and an incision necessary before the be removed. GIBSON DISCOUNT PHARMACY (Prescription Service) 900 Corsicana Hwy Malakoff Ph. 675-5069 Athens "BEST FOR LESS" Registered Pharmacist on Duty JWW4ERS & RANCHERS :- K[mS, Tan Kirby at the Baylor Hospital in Dallas at 1:00 a.m., Thurs- day, a 9 pound beby boy. IED -- SEED -- FER'I ILIZER Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Talia- L. ferro and baby left Saturday " ": ..........  .... , ::/*- .. morniig for Ringgold, Texas, . ,.. ' - :V==.., e . -, wh'e be has accepted a teach-  ; J [] ! "" }#Lql "'" Ringgold, public schools. He will  .  , he head coach of basketball, , ,,,,,,,,, ....... , CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING DWIGHT A. JONES, O. D. I  ----- T,,,,, te n..,,,,;,,,, oFrOMETRIST ' I d /1111 * IU ilrr m s. P,,, P.O. , m I NO Sb'eaking Clmd Wed. Aflsrnms ,... ,-! Call 396-2881 COLLECT For Pnces come ld we |ene B than ou do? tthe we ]of his, aeemed Wary { il OFFE DEFF OFFE DEFF l Because over the )'ears his parents your paycheck and invested in U.S. have invested in U.S. Savings Bonds Savings Bonds. It's a painless way' --it, his name, fo, his future--by tO save. part=cipatmg in the Payroll Savings Plan at wor. He probably doesn't even kno And right now, he couldn't care less. But when he's Gluer, that money can be used {or a lot of" t h ings---a car, a COL lege education, or even s new home, The Payroll Savings Pine, =s ar eas) way to save money for you and every member o( your t amiiy When YOU jom. an amount you designate will be automat,cal[v [aid aside rom And now there's a bonus interest rate on all U.S. Savings Bonds--for E Bonds, 5, when held to matu- rity o( 5 years, l0 months '4% the first year), That extra '"A, payable as a bonus at maturity, applies to all Bonds issued since June I, 1970... wltn a comparable improvement for ali older Bonds. Join the Payroll Savings Ptan where you work and make your son the richest kid on {'he block. At For . relace them Wn needed, eke) can b tashed at yuur nk "l'a mz IW deferral unfl redempll n| alway t11mbt, Rond =r  prtmd .a, ,, *a Di Take stock in America. Now Bonds pay a bonus at maturity. O The U.S. Goernment does no py Io th/ adv.r/,mmen4. ".r it is psed a* * public  in oalrstion with The 'J- ent  t Tn,* n "r Advisi L PI m BR H