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l~A--1"ne Malakon News, ThnrJda~ net ~J, IN our B.F. Goodrich & AtlasTires All types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Store Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. anner 110 E. Mitcham, Malak.ff EXXON 489-1292 The sale of crude oil and natural gas of natural gas, valued at $127.9-million. from Henderson County wells made an Owners of royalty in the county important contribution to the county's received $28.3-million as their share of economy in 1962 and accounted for theoutput, the Aesociation noted. $228.7-million of the $41.1-billion "The flgures citod in thls survey offer wellhead value of Texas petroleum graphic evidence of the continuing ira- production lastyear, portance of petroleum production to In its annual survey of the economic nearly every county in Texas, a impact of oil and gas industry situation which should continue in- operations in the significant producing definitely," said the Association's counties of Texas, Texas Mid-Continent chairman, Joe C. Walter, Jr., Houston Oil & Gas Association reported that the independent producer. county ranked 50th among Texas' 354 "There are a number of encouraging counties on the basis of value of its signs indicating that the oil and gas in- marketed petroleum production. Such dnstry's protracted slowdown in ac- production includes condensate and t/v/ty is coming to an end. A general casinghead gas. economic recovery in the United States The county's wells produced 3.1- and other indnstralized countries will million barrels of crude oil, valued at increase the demand for petroleum .8-million, and 61.2-billion cubic feat products, thereby stimulating /ii R.H. LEE PARK Or, Cedar Creek Lake "Full Hookups for Overnilht or Permanent Guests" John & Doris Tenny 41D-ISH THE MOVIE SHOP "We Have A Selection of Over 400 Movies1" Ed Arthus, Ow,er Food Fare Center Malakoff IIIII I JIM DAY ELECTRIC 489-0910 Mabkoff III MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER Vivian Jock 112 N Terq Malakoff II I @ InterFirst Bank Malakoff W RoysII Blvd. 411-0S30 I II II MALAKOFF INSURANCEAGENCY Mr. and Mrs. Jerq/Garrtllm ]02 South Tarry Malakoff OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 4 9-1779 Malakoft I I DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY 'Pleasmg You Pleases Cs 51| Hi|hway 3l[md 489-1533 M~ and Mrs Bud Dulaney TANNER MOTOR COMPANY ]05 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun.-Thufs 8 to 7 Fr . and Sat. 8 to 8. .CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin aM Ka~n Peddns t ,~Lll3 (]it MOIIIIAy [ ~lt!~id;~ ~/~:dll(!S(! Jy I Coffl~hldflS PhihpphU1~, 01 il S Johll ~5 12 34 I 12 3(1 I~ "* ~) 14 I II S,II~H(j:t5r t)S,IIIII FIR8T BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF Willhm Rembo, Pmor Bunday ~]wel .................. S:4~ a.m i~lday Morning Worship ....... ll:eee,m, Sunday Evening Word hip ........ ?: ee p.m. Wedneed~y Worship ............. 7:00 p.m. Glrb Auxiliary, Sunday ......... S:00 p.m. WMU, Tuesday ................. e:ee a.m. Ckolr Prncgee: Snndiy, Celebration ........... 6:O0 P,m W~ines4ay, ~oung Musklem. 3:~ p.m. ~,uudey, Adult Choir ........... 8:00 p.m. Wedneedly. Musi~ Makers .... T :O0 p,m, mr------------ ..... llllll I I I I I MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ken Jones, Pmor Sunday Scheel .................. e:4~a.m. Stday Moraing Worship ....... 10:45 ,m. S~iy Evening Worship ........ ?: 04} p. q~. Wedneedly Mid.week Service.,, 7 :ee p.m. mM ................. MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Jem~ l, StdnlPlr, Minister Bible Study ..................... a: 30 8.m. IbRdny Morning Worship ....... 10:2.5 a,m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6 :De p.m. Wednesday Service ............. e:30 p,m, Weddesday La~ Bible Class.. !#:~ e,fl _--7,7-_---_---_--,-Z_ 1_ CALVARY BAPTIST (~HURCH OF TRINIDAD Dill Watson, Minister ~nday 8bool .................. 9:45 i.e. SulIMay Morming Worship ....... I0:45 s.m. &malay Trsleins Service ........ 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7 :O0 p.m. Wednesday Worship ....... ...... 7:30 p.m. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 0: 3o p.m. __~ ~__-______~ --____.___JII_LJ_. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD Denny Baler, MInMw 8uday SChool .................. 0:45 i.e. Sumley Morning Worship ....... I 1 : ee ,m. 8mudDy ESenlaa Worship ........ ?: on p.m. W~ineedy ..................... ?:oop.m. _-_----_---ZT--~ZJIL_-Z~-- L ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH hr. W.lt. Ush~, pastor Temporsr.y t 731 E. Tyler (Carroll & Lehr Chapel) CIIRImIAN SCIENCE 8OCIETY llI L T11w ~ Ill Athem 675-7397 SIS a Jl, d Wed, IM Tee@mull MooO~ .... ~:Jp.m. - .... --- ......... ( c~rl~l}~lt~'l ~h~l~' i!, ~.(, ileal, h ~'t ,%!',( ~| orl tht. indlv;dl~li~ PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Ihe/mite, Prow Sunday Scl~o~l .................. 1:45 .m. Sunday Morning Worshlp ....... 10:56 .m. 8ueday Evening Worship ........ 0:45 p.m. Wednesday NighS: WMA ......................... d:4Sp.m. Sunbem, .................... e:4S p.m. W~rsblp Serv|ce .............. ;:S0p,m MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Hmq Ctemm~ root danday School ................. 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship .............. II:o0.m, Eveleg Worsbip ................ 0:S0 p.m, Wednesday Chancel Choh" ....... 7:30 p.m. United Methodlst Women meet ~nd and 4th Mondays .......... 2:30 p.m. FFF meets 1st lind 3ed Tueedavlll :De a.m. - .... -__------__----__---Jl TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Donald R. Wlim Minister Sunday ~J~ool .................. o:3OLm. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30 n.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ e:o0 p.m. Sunday Song Service ............ 5:30 p.m. Wedneedy Mid.week ........... ?:3e p.m. Wedcady, Ladles Bible Class. 1O:O0 ,m. ....... ------ -~__ _ _-__JL_. FIR8T UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Tim Edw~ds, ilnMw Sunday School .................. e:4s l,m. 8tmdy Me'hang Wmhlp ....... 10:[5@ .m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ l:ee p.m. UMYF .......................... e:~p.m. Fellowship Supper 4th Wedneed,,y ................ e:o0 p.m. Ladies Bible ~edy, Tuesday ..... e:30 ,m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS hun F.~,, l'mm 8tmdy School ^ ............... 10:ee s,m. Worship Service ............... ll:ee i.m. 8~y Night ..... .............. I:O0 p.m. Wedneedly Night ............... 7:30 p.m. CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURC~I C.Sm0m~t hm 84m4ley Morning Worlhip ........ P:ee ,m. Sunday School ...... ; .......... 10:15 ,m. Bible Study ..................... S: 3@ p,m. G~pel Singing Every ~gl Friday o/month ...... 7:30 P.m. i~--_- -_- -_-_-_-_- - -_-~_---_-- --~--_ ST. JUDE'S MISSION Fntt~ ILG. Surv JL'41M ben it Lather Lane It Hwy. Jkmday Msu .................... 8:Ms.m. lday'sekeei Immedinlely ~.q~r mau THE DONUT PALACE 1Phen 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. , Edwards Family Corner of 90 & 31 4415-2042 Malakoff III A-1 CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY & AUTO TRIM Billy and Meredith Platt ~. Ig 4419-1002 Mnbk~ CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W Main 489-1331 FEED BOX ~nchadthasa~ CMrchthis $un~ ~M~had'aCm 451-2331 McKEE LUMBER COMPANY m E. Royall BlvD. 41H~OSZ7 6mu ~m~, immt~ McCoors Dept. Store ~1532 Jack McCod LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Cadre Hopldm & Family I Malakoff Hilhway 31 East 4~H~I I THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry MALAKOFF AUTO SUPPLY OIS Terry Ma ko 489-0169 I I II I i i :: ; SPRING CREEK R.V. & rvice E, Hwy, 31 2 mil~ Ext of Mat~lmtf 4410.116,11 BRADSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY III South TWq Mofe~ 4115-1535 Dill i~1 Ii1~ I,'ldlklW geophysical and drilling acUvity here and abroad. The domesUc petroleum industry stands ready to drill more wells as drilling projects become economically feasible," Walter said. In addition to paying property taxes to cities, counties, and school districts, producers in the county supported state government through production tax payments estimated at $14.1-miillon, according to the Association survey. Crude oil taxes amounted to $4.5- million, while natural gas levies totalled$9.6-million. Based on Texas Employment Com- mission figures, some 285 oil and gas industry employees in the county received wages of about $3.5-million in 1902. In the search for new reserves in the county, producers spent a million in the drilling cluding 5 wildcats, or wells. This effort pletion of 11 and 9 drilling of 7 dry holes. As 1963, there were 266 the county; 57 oil and 209 gas. Petroleum processing als0 ~0~ tributed to the county ecoz~,~:-~ Business Brief J name Stephen Sutton, president and chief executive officer, announced October 11 the election of James S. Cox, M.D., to the board of directors of InterFirst Bank Malakoff. Born in Homer, La., he graduated from Homer High School in 1968. He then attended Louisiana State Univer- sity where he made the Dean's List and was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a pre-medical honorary society. After graduating in 197I, he became a student at Tulane University School of Medicine where he graduated in 1975. Dr. Cox spent his residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth where he is currently a member of the teaching staff of Southwestern Medical School. He is a former Outstanding Young Man of America in 1980, a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians in 1979 and was on the Marquis Who's Who in 1962. Currently, he is a partner in the Family Medical Center, the City Health Officer of Athens and chief of staff and board member of Lakelaod Medical Center. He is very active in the civic fun- ctions of his community. He is on the board of directors of the Athens Rotary Club, a member of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and is team physician for Athens High School. He is president of the Texas Animal Protection Association of Henderson County and a member of the National Audubon Society. WILLIAM RODOLPH LITCHFIELD Funeral services for William Rodolph Litchfleld, 66, were held at 2 p.m. Wed- nesday, October 19, 19~3, at Caliaway Funeral Home Chapel. The Roy. Huey Clement and Mike Rainwater of- ficiated and burial followed at Maiakoff City Cemetery. Litchfleld died Oct. 16 at Lakelaod Medical Center in Athens. He was born July 10, 1917. He was a retired store owner, a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge and of the Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Esther Mac Litchfleld of Malakoff; four brothers, Frank Litchfleld of Freere, William Arnold Litchfield of Cross Roads, Noian Litcl ield of Page, Ariz., and Robert Litchfield of Dallas; three sisters, Ruby Litchfleld of Cross Roads, Wandy Lee Brown of Athens and Dorothy Woodworth of Lhow-Lo, Ariz. i i Country Produce Pumpkins for Halloween Vine Ripened Tomatoes Lettuce, Fruits, Vegetables I Yolk Eggs I I i{ i z Blocks East I l~of Redilght I ' ~ Malakoff He is married to the WUder. They attend Firsl Church in Athens. JAMES S. cOX, M.D. Art Society to host artist Malakoff Art socii renowned water Dallas in a three-hour day, OCt. 22, The workshop Harbor City Hall try fee. The Society met in ) Thursday, OCt. 6, Katherine Welch business meeting. She hers that the Srd be held in Palestine will be a juried show entries is Oct. 15. Barrel the Cedar Creek in Dis 'n Dat Shop bring a covered begin at 9: 30 a.m. Jean Corley red previous meeting. Hackett was una demonstration. Virginia Byars position and how skills by drawing a at paper or hands. W At the next meeting will give a demonstra , ting on Christmas If you're counting ca ned about good time, it's a adequate amounts beef, in your diet. A very food, beef upplies amounts of protein mineral in relation to calories provided. ,own 226 E. Royall Blvd. 489-2341 Malakoff