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#*~*~'~-~--~-'~' ~--'~';'I Economy, utility mark ! I KPPENINGS OF i [--- YESTERDAY -:- New"Chevy'Van" I In "The Lignite City"ii I TEN YEARS AGO I } The marriage date for MissI Sherry June Randall of Dallas/ and Lt. Joe Barnett Jr of the/ Army Air Force Meteorological] School at Oklahoma A&M Col-/ lege Stillwater, has been set for ) December 19. "The Lignite City" though only 28 votes were cast, voted for the community-wide s ~t o c k law in Henderson County in the election held here Saturday. Little Miss Debra Sue Dement, 8-months old daughter of Mr. Designed for low-cest operation and maintenance, the Chevy-Van has an economical 90-hp four- cylinder engine, fiat load floor, large 2II-eu.-ft. load area, and high corrosion resistance. On a 90- in. wheelbase, it carries up to 1,950 lhs. of payload. Rear and optional side openings are 49.7 in. wide and 48.2 in. high. Windshield is one-piece flat glass for relatively lower replacement cost. Fewer body joints and liberal use of anti-corrosion materials minimize rust and weather damage. A 120-hp six-cylinder engine and an automatie transmission are offered as optional equipment. have named Andrew John. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baker at Kilman Hospital Mon- day morning, a baby girl, Bob- bie Jean. Foster Smith, about 45, was found shot to death in a storage closet at his home at Trinidad Wednesday night. A verdict oi suicide was returned by Justice of the Peace Gordon McLaine. A violation of Interscholastic Leage rules cost Kemp the Dis- trict 21-B championship. Foruey, 'In the Service of CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home and Mrs. John Dement of Tyler, was recently named the winner of first prize in a National Pho- tograph Contest. The Senior members of the pep squad of MHS who were awarded jackes for their work in the pep squad for the past two years were: Shirley Yates, Jeanie Sims, Barbara Drake, Lois Morrison, Jo Starkes and Martha Conditt Miss Gretchen Smith, former Malakoff young lady, and grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Smith appeared as guest soloist over radio station KRLD, Dallas on Saturday morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wileman of Tyler last Friday, November 20, a son, whom they the runner-up team, will be the official champion and will par- ticipate in the bi-district. TWENTY YEARS AGO Work was started last week on the building project at the First Baptist Church which is design- ed to completely finish the in- terior of the educational building. Miss Francis Smith and Cpl. Joe B. Monroe were quietly mar- ried on Sunday evening at the home of Rev. D. G. Breland. Born to Sgt. and Mrs. Willard Anderson Sunday morning, a ba- by son whom they have named, Charles Edwin. Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hart of Trinidad Tuesday night, a baby girl, whom they have named~ Patricia. According to news received here this week, Judge Sam Hol- land, District Judge of the Third Judicial District will retire at the end of the present term. THIRTY YEARS AGO Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaRue of Athens, Thursday, a son. Mrs. LaRue was formerly Miss Dorothy Flagg of this city. Mrs. and Mrs. Hubert Ferguson have returned to their home in Waco after several days visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ferguson. The V. H. Frizzell family is now comfortably situated in their new brick home on College Street. The Crawford Bird Dog Ken- nels here were recently award- ed three places in the Field Trial events in Stuttgart, Arkan- sas. Attorney Will Justice of Ath- ens is contemplating making the race next year for Congressman of this district. FORTY YEARS AGO Winners in last Saturday's cash drawing, each winning $5.00 were, Mrs. E. F. Skaggs, Dewey Dodson, Miss Gladys Day, Mrs. Annie Cleveland. Morgan Smith and Alton Lan- ey were in College Station on Thanksgiving Day attending the Texas A&M football game. Mrs. H. T. Griffin came in this week from New Mexico to spend the winter with her step-daugh- ter, Mrs. I. P. Tidmore. Sheriff Bill Gentry, Deputy Bob Brown and Constable Bill Patton pulled a successful raid in the Porter's Bluff area Mon- day afternoon, capturing a large size still. Three men were ar, rested in connection with the raid. STATE DEFICIT State's general Revenue Fund was $18,500,000 in the reel at the end of October. Receipts total- ed $5,000,000 less than revenue. State governmental expenses totaled $128,800,000 last montl~ Income from various taxes and collections came to only $123,- 900,000. Cigarette, beer and wine taxes provided $9,700,000. A to- tal of $10,000,000 came from the sales tax. Other big income pro- Chevy II Nova 4-Door Sedan a Now you see it. Now you don't. When a Chevy II does that kind of disappearing act you know without looking twice: It's a '64 with a V8 engine. That's right. A full-grown 195-hp Turbo-Fire VS. * It's available for the first time this year along with a choice of three other engines--the standard 4 (in 100 Series sedans), the standard 6 and a new 155- hp 6.* (And all of them maintain their high spirits on modest amounts of regular gasoline.) But the changes aren't confined to what engine happens when you slip into the driver's seat. There are new styling features like the tasteful grille design and trim accents, for instance. And the larger self- adjusting brakes that further reduce upkeep on a car that already has a reputation of coming about as close to perpetual motion as anything on four wheels can get. The place to get the full details on the '64 is your Chevrolet dealer's. And after you've got them, we hope you'll attend to one further detail yourself. Drive it. EAST HIGHWAY 31 -:. MALAKOFF, TEXAS Friday, November 29, 1963 THE MALAKOFF NEWS ducers included: crude oil pro-l fuel taxes, $16,800,000; federal federal public duction tax, $10,2.00,000; m otor ~lhighway gra ~nts ~,$15,000,000 ; and ! $14,300,00 0. ('HARC IE", ,: T. HE 11'01' Slogan For Chevrolet s National Promotion Of Page Three welfare grants, DURING OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER A delightful Santa Claus face, complete with a tasseled toboggan head piece to our customers spending $15 or more in our parts an d service departments during these two months. Bring your car to ROYALL & WALLER for complete mechanical service. Regard- less of make or model we are equipped to take care of your service needs. You Get Genuine Parts and Best Service Ever,/Time at II "Buick and Chevrolet Sales and Service" MALAKOFF, TEXAS ! ! ! Our Drive-In banklng service saves you time and trouble, eliminates parking problems. Just drive up to our outside teller's window and make deposits or withdrawals without ever leaving your car. Drive.In banking is lust one of the many ways in which we try to make our service more conven. lent, more helpful, more pleasant for you. For complete bank-service, as you like it, see usl Protect Your Important Papers and Valuables With Our Safety Deposit Box Service Rent Your Nowl :izens an "Since 1939"" "Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation"