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November 6, 1964

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Special Purchase Big Selection Easy Care Fabrics Regulars, Jrs half sizes Values to 10.95 Shop early for best buys OO0 City Club Asst. Styles Broken Sizes Peters Quality Most sizes in the lot Values to 14.95 iI ~i Women's Blouses Assorted Styels Several Colors @ Broken Sizes 32 to 38 Rayon Panties Double Seated Sizes S, Med Lrg. "Bee Free" Briefs For Morpul Anklets Regular 59c Triple-roll Straight cuffs White Coflon For Unbleached Muslin Smooth Quality All Cotton 36" Wide Yds. For Training Pants Cotton Krfit Double Thickness Triple crotch Sizes 1 to 4 Nylon Hose First Quality Sizes 81/2 to 11 Seamless Fall Shades For Foam Flakes For Stuffing Wt. 1-Lb. bag Pkgs. Far Kitchen Towels Compare at 49c each Cotton Terry Fancy Prints Size 18-27 For Starts Thursday, Nov. 5 Through Wednesday, Nov. 11 RUGS Foam Back Size 27 x 42 For Window Shades Qualifcraft Mounted Tan 36 Inch For "SINCE 1919" Sledge Khaki Pants Broken Sizes San~foz~ed. Regular 2.98 Sweat Shirts Extra Heavy White & Gray Reg. 1.39 Value Size Sm Med Lrg. Men's Crew Socks Stretch Cushion foot 69c Value For Boy's Shirts Woven Gingham Dark Patterns Short Sleeves Sizes 6 to 18 Insulated Socks Sizes 10 to 13 Insulated Lining Thermal 100% Cotton For Orlon Sweaters Ladies Cardigan Girl Hooded Style Blue or Red Values Io 4.99 Page Six THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, November 6, 1964 Malakoff, Texas Guests in the home of Mrs. Johnnie Shelton over the week- end were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cortey of Azle and Oscar Shel- ton Jr and Randy of Midlothian and her sister, Mrs. Vera Noble of Eustace, who is spending this week with Mrs. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Graham went to Royce City Sunday to visit his sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ussery. Mr. Us- sery had just returned home from several days stay in the hospital. Mr.~and Mrs. M. S. Alvin, who had spent a week in Amarillo with her father, who had under- gone eye surgery returned home Saturday. Mrs. Dewey Christopher at- tended a Hair Show at the Carl- ton Hotel In Tyler on Sunday and Monday. Mr, Christopher went to Tyler with her on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Stacy and her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Harris of Trinidad visited with Mr. and Mrs. Stacy's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson in East Ber- nard, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jordan of Hillsboro and their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davleir, who are stationed in Italy for overseas duty in the United States Armed Forces, vis- ited here on Friday with Mrs. , George Wright. BUICK GUARDIAN MAINTENANCE SERVICE DON'T TAKE CHANCES! FOR SURE, SMOOTH STOPS, LET OUR TRAINED TECHNICIANS PERFORM THE FOLLOWING: Remove wheel and inspect brake lining Fill mas- ter cylinder to correct level Carefully equalize all 4 brakes Adjust parking brake. COME IN NOW Royall & Waller Chevrolet Co. 220 W. Highway 31 Malakoff. Texas PhOne HI/9-3311 PLUS Cooling system inspection, operation of heater and installi'ng Anti-Freeze. I I I V-8 EQUIPPED CARS $7.95 6 CYLINDER CARS $5.95 f Royall & Waller Chevrolet Co. 220 W. Highway 31 Malakoff, Texas Phone HU 9-3311 I Shelton of Huntsville Mrs. James Lee Riley of Tyler Royce spent the week-end with his par- came after her mother. Mrs. W. ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Shelton W. Hardt. last Thursday. After and with his wife and children, a short visit with Rew and Mrs. Mr. Shelton who suffered a heart Riley, Mrs. Hardt returned to attack and has been a patient at Beaumont with her son. Rev. Haynes Hospital for the past sev- John Wesley Hardt. who had eraI days is reported to be im- been holding a revival meeting proving, near Tyler. From Beaumont, she will go to San Antonio for a vis- Miss Shirley Dickerson and it with relatives. Buster Carter of Malakoff will be married Saturday night. Novem-Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tanner Jr. ber 7th at 8:00 p. m. at the home and three children, Melanie Amy of Mr. Carter's uncle, the Rev. and Tim, of Fort Worth spent A. D. Carter, who will officiate Sunday with his parents, Mr. at the ceremonies, and Mrs. E. A. Tanner. Other guests Sunday in the Tanner Mr, and Mrs. Hugh McSweney home were Mr. Tanner's sister. and Gay visited in the home ofMr. and Mrs. Lonnie Andrcss. of Mr. and Mrs. Don Merchant in Athens. Fort Worth over the week-end. Miss Kay Venable spent the Mrs. Richard Tanner spent week-end in Dallas visiting with Sunday with her parents, Mr. and friends. Mrs. Fred Whitehead, in Rich- land. Mrs. Eva Willbanks returned home Monday from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark her son, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Will- spent the week-end in Malakofibanks and her sister, Mrs. J. A. visiting with her parents, Mr.Lacy, in Tyler. She also attend- and Mrs. LeRoy Brannon. ed a football game between two Tyler high schools. Robert E. Lee Mrs. George Wright spent last and John Tyler High. Saturday night and Sunday in the home of Mrs. Josie Pulley in Mrs. Mollie May of Fort Worth Trinidad. and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ross and daughter of Arling- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allen visited ton. spent Sunday in Malakoff in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Allenvisiting in the home of M r s. Blanch Urrey. in Lancaster. over the week-end. Miss Sandra Gilmore of Ar- Mrs. Paul Wick and Steve of lington and Tom McGrew of Galveston spent several days Commerce spent Saturday night here last week visiting in the and Sunday in the home of her home of her parents, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mrs. Bonnet Poole. Gilmore. MORE LOCALS PAGE 2 MrS.andJaCkMitchOmberg,of WacoJimspentMeNthe !l WA N ? A D jS-'] ody, a week-end here with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hus- FOR RENT In Malakoff, 3-room tead They joined Mr. Omberg unfurnished apartment, close in. in Frost Sunday afternoon where Private entrances and bath. MRS. they will spend a week with his W. H. CLARK. Trinidad. relatives. FOR SALE OR RENT: 5-room house with hall, bath service Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noble of porch; can be used as a duplex. Mrs. Jesse James. Contact MRS Eustace visited with Mrs. I. V. E D N A BROYLES. in ttousing Shetton at Haynes Hospital while Unit. she was at the bed side of her FOR SALE: Two short formal husband, dresses, razes 19 and 12. Practi cally new. Call MRS J. D. WAL- James Surls of Huntsville LED, HU 9-2251. visited his sister, Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE: Good cook stove and Gary Spivey in Toole. Mrs. dresser and gas heater. Mrs. Spivey is employed at Bankston- Jesse James. Contact MRS. Cade Ford Sales here. James al- EDNA BROYLES in Housing Unit. so visited friends in Malakof/ during the week-end. FOR SALE---5 9/10 acres. Some timber, 5 miles south of Malakoff, mile west of Cross Roads High- Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Irvin and way. Call TOM HUSTEAD, HU Rev. and Mrs. Thomas L. Jones 9-3596, Malakoff, Route 1 ----44p and sons, Jay and Scotty were FOR RENT -- 2-bedroom brick dinner guests in the home of house on East Mitcham. Phone Mr. and Mrs. Howard'Colley in HU 9-5286. ---43c Quitman Saturday. They also at- FOR SALE: 3-Bedroom B r i c k tended the ball game between Veneer, 2 bath, built in stove, Quitman and Malakoff. heating unit, ducked for air con- ditioning. Call J. A. McLAIN, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook spent City. --c42 Saturday night in Quitmm~ at FOUR ROOM HOUSES the bedside of their son, Jack, Three 4-room houses with bath listed for sale. Well located, who was carried to a Quitman i Take your choice at only $2,500. hospital after suffering a broken PAUL PHILLIPS leg at the Matakoff - Quitman REAL ESTATE football game. Jack is now con- Pho. 9-3551 valescing at his home here. FOR SALE--Ahnost new 3-bed room Brick home. Beautiful Ny- Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yarbrough lon carpet and paneling. New and daughter, Carole left Friday FHA 5~/~% loan. Small down afternoon for a week-end visit payment and closing costs. -- SMALLWOOD'S REAL ESTATE, with her mother, Mrs. Sallie Mac 204 W. Corsicana, Athens, OR 5- t Joyner in Eldorado, Arkansas. 5251. "9 Cabell's Velvet e IN Food Club |1 Half Gal. Carton Pound Can Hunt's Del Monte BRACH'S PICK-A-MIX ANDY Per Pound BAKERS 4-Oz. Cans INSTANT Oz. Jar SILVER BAND Pound Jar GAYLA SALTINE Pound Can Pound Box Extra Fancy Delicious Per 15C Fresh Per Pound II Fresh Oz. Jar Wisconsin Per Pound Fresh Firm Ruby Red Elna Per Pound I Rib or Brisket Free Delivery HU 9-2101 No. 2u Can Oz. Bottle J FOOD CLUB Pound Can GEBHARDT'S No. 2 Can 1-Pound Cans Heads For Pound Bag J Per Pound