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November 28, 1969

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- - **o**oo **o o *.~ honored with a wedding show- Mdmes L. O. Robertson, Leroy Phillips, sister of the bride, the entertaining area which er Saturday afternoon in the Rogers, Smith Lewis, May- Miss Vicki Hoskins and Miss featured a massive arrange- home of Mrs. Gilbert Bocell nard Fowler, Dan Taylor Jr Marcy Myers and Mrs. MikeFresh fall chrysanthemums, merit of the colorful mumsIn order to be home so they on Malibu Drive between the Lester Hoskins, G. V. Walker Denson, sisters of the groom, dyed to varigated shades of dramatized with white stock might spend the Thanksgiving hours of three and five. and Carolyn RounsavalL Also Miss Gall Pryor of Ath- blue and green, arranged by and ferns. Crystal and antique and Christmas holidays with Joining Mrs. Bocell as host- Other members of the houseens. Mrs. Pete Dodson set the cutglass of blue and green ap- their daughter, Carole who is Extending first greetings mood for the color scheme, pointed the table. Lake color attending Lon Morris College THE MALAKOFF NEWS were Mrs. Bocell, the lovely Miss Myers and Miss Pryorconfections and citric punch, in Jacksonville, Elmo and Page Six Friday, Nov. 28, 1969 Malakoff, Texas bride, Mrs. O. A. Phillips Jr alternated at the custom de- afloat with ice rings contain- Grace Yarbrough returned -- mother of the bride and Mrs. signed blue and green guest Lag lime slices, lemon leaves last Saturday from a two W. E. Myers, the grooms book which listed throngs of and mint were presided over weeks trip spent in visiting mother, both local and out of town by Mdmes Robertson and relatives and friends in Arkan- Green and blue, the brides friends of the newlyweds.Roues vail. Soft candlelight sas, Tennessee, Georgia and No othe, s|~te ,o|,me co, t.i,s *s mech V* favorite colors, were used ex- The refreshment table wasafforded by wall sconces a- Alabama. I,~o,m,~o~l w, "M,sr' R.f r,nc, Book for beve the polished serving table They arrived early Friday ~smon --- Slu |eels -- Te chers ~ Farmers added to the festive air.morning in Jasper, Tenn to Over 700 Pages J """0 i i I i. J 'N SALE AT NEWSSTANDS, BOOK STORES, DRUG STORES AND OTHER PLACES WHERE BOOKS ARE SOLD =, i i u I N The New Businessmon --- Sludents -- H--,o ,n.r,-- i Mdmes Hoskins, Walker. visit in the home of Elmo's iii Fashions A~yo~ h ~ ~ Rogers and Fowler escortedson, Richard Yarbrough Jr an h~terest le T.x Co~ ~ U ~V ~ guests to the three rooms in who is shift engineer at the ,v,ryet, mt Tez.Phe~ ~ 1 ~ 1 ~ which gifts were displayed Widows Creek Steam Plant, which represented the well- ~c,~, ~ ,~,m,c M,p o I1" ~en-s ~ol 1 --ecruI wishing sentiments of several says "It snowed most all that nd Sull o a hundred persons, day and we made a drive over dntoils on o eech counW, o Mrs. Myers, the former Mrs. the mountain on Highway 150 Thorough o Nancy Phillips Myers, daugh- in snow three to four inches Infaeme~ ,wno m*nufec~urln~l, o tel" of Mayor and Mrs. O.A. deep, and you could see some "'-" " invitation to visit t,~i~, c~pso Phillips Jr. of Malakoff and Texas icicles three feet long ," bAALAKOFF TEXAS and livestock, o Mr. Myers were re-united in or more hanging from the w,Y 31 marriage November 10th in eaves of homes. Athens. After a brief honey- In Chattanooga, the weather moon, the groom returned to was the coldest on record for Ft. Gordon Georgia Friday,Nov 15, but it didn't last long November 21. Pvt. Myers isand on Sunday, Nov. 16, we serving a tour of duty in the had a Thanksgiving dinner THURS-FRI-SAT THIJ with all three of my children NOV. 27-29 I o,L ,s ws ! ! co c Io.s i I DALLAS, TEXAS 7S127 i I Please send to: j NAMll I I STREET NO [j crrY, 7Jr AND STATE I i Enclosed is torte entice In the amount of $ covering: I C o~4e~ GlotM~und @ $1.01 Pee copy - i I . . Copies Paperbeund @ $2.4) per copy ] o O and 14.95 UNDER THE WESTERN SKY, A STETSON, UNDER THE STETSON, LEVI'S WESTERN WEAR. STA-PREST ,/: z z Cozy 'n Warm Sleepwear Do sonmthing nice for your feet. 3.00, 4.00 and 6 14'95 to 22.95 Values to 12.95 8.76 Values to 16.95 11.76 .Values to 22.95 16.80 Army. Prior to entering the service he attended Hender- son County Junior College and East Texas State University. Mrs. Myers, who will make her home here for the present is a former Henderson County Junior College student where she was Lieutenant in the Cardettes and was named Cardinal Beauty. Dan Alden Taylor Sr 69 and a resident of Trinidad for the past 53 years, passed a- way Saturday morning at I0:30 in a Tyler hospital fol- lowing a long illness. He had been confined to the hospital most of the time for a number of months. Funeral services were con- ducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in the First Baptist Church of Trim dad with the Rev. J. N. For- man officiating and burial was in the Trinidad City Cemetery with Masons in charge of graves de rites. The Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home of Athens handled the arrange- ments. Dan was born at Cleburne, Texas on September 21, 1900 arc[ moved to Trinidad in 1916. There he met and married the former Miss Minnie McLin and the couple would have cel- ebrated their 50th wedding an- niversary in January had Dan lived. He retired in 1965 following 34 years of employment with Texas Power & Light in Trin- idad. His survivors include his wife, Minnie; four sons, Mel- ton Taylor of Dallas, Bill Tay- lor of Pasadena, Dan Alden Taylor Jr of Malakoff and Tommy Taylor of Trinidad; Mrs. W. C. Fleming Jr was hostess for a I0 a.m. cof- fee at her home at 810 McEn- tire Street in Trindad, honor- inBt Mrs. Sam Davie whose husband is ted with the Carbon plant now being con- structed west of Nipak Inc. The Davie's are currently lodging in a mobile home lo- cated on the Luther and Flor- ence Stanfield lots. Their per- manent home is in Chicago. lllionois, and the couple is ex- pected to remain in Trinidad mtil late spring. Gowns Pajamas Robes Panties Dusters Ladies : end PROPANE : GAS DELIVERY AL ST QUALITY and II great grandchildren in attendance." The couple returned to El Dorado, Ark on Thursday, Nov. 20, where they were treated to a surprise Thanks- giving dinner which was host- ed by Grace's mother and four of her sisters and their fam- ilies. ONCE UPOH ATIME [ INTHEWEST I Sunda9 two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy White of Lewisville and Mrs. Patricia Martin of Dallas; one sister, Mrs. Mattie Bell of Dal- las; eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. SUN-MON-TUE NOV. 30 - DEC. 2 KimbelI Pound Snowdrift Pound Can Instant White Karo 10 1.19 Jar Pint Bottle SCOTT or DELSEX Rolls ZEE Family Pack Napkins Pkg. of 360 Red Delicious Pound Pounds Tall Korn Pound Box Food King Pound NOV. 27-30 PLUS A UNIVERSAL PICTURE HOLIDAY OPEN THU Shurfine Pound Bag Style or Revlon ounce Can Morton's V, pound BOx Plain or Almond Pkg. of 10 5e Bars Fresh - Firm Head Tex8~ Pound Wilson Certified Pound Can Shurfresh For