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.5 Friday, November 29, 1963 THE MALAKOFP NEWS Page Five i: Mrs. Alex Johnstor~ Be.porter rlnl o-- Mrs. C. E. Hughes of Dallas spent last week in her home Jn Trinidad. --(} Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sharp and family of Mabank visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc- Clintock Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Knight of Athens also visited the McClintocks Sunday. --.o-- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fleming have returned home after visit- ]ng with their daughter. --o.-- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taaffe were in Dallas Tuesday. --o.-- Mrs. C. A. White of Seagoville is spending a few days with her sigter-in-law, Mrs. R. R. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dixon left Friday. Mr. Dixon was His- .ory teacher in Trinidad School and has accepted a position in another school. Pbo~ PI~ 8-4411 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patton ofI Mrs. Jewel Albright and her Clovis, New Mexico and Mr. and I friend of Houston visited her Mrs. B. L Gunnells and children/lmcle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. of McKinney were called to Trin- t F. Prine, last week. idad Wednesday due to the death,o--- of their grandmother, Mrs. Annie I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taaffe of Mac Knighton, who passed away F Odessa spent severai aays here suddenly at the home of her !with hl~ p arent~,Mr, and Mrs. daughter, Mrs R K Hunter Robert Taazze. hey leTt vlon- day for Dallas where Mr. Taaffe STRAYED--From my farm in Trinidad about 2 weeks ago, one Black Angus steer, weighing about 200 pounds. Anyone know- ing of its whearabouts, please notify me at Warren's Grocery. H. F. WARREN, Trinidad, Texas. Picture Perfect We Use Only Top Quality Parts Only the best available tubes and repair parts go into the TV-sets we serv- ice. Call us for guaran- teed TV repairs. Malakoff Radio And Electric Service GEORGE RIDDLESPERGER HUdson 9-3681 will go by plane to Tripoli, United Kingdom of Libya, North Africa. Mrs. Taaffe will return to Odessa and in three months, Js to join her husband. o---- Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taaffe were their other children, Mrs. Hunter Rienburg and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Taaffe Patty and John of Dal- las and Thomas Taaffe of Den- ton. They, all spent the week- end with their parents. --o.-- Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith were his sisters, Mrs. O. L. Bradford and Mrs. Lizzie Bradford of Bryson, and his niece, Miss Emmlee Brad- ford of Austin. ----o--~-- We were sorry to hear of the death of the mother of Mrs. R. K. Hunter and the father of Mrs. R. R. Rozell. Miss Kay Gaston of Nacog- doches spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ga~ton. --o-- Mrs. J. B. Bradley went to visit her daughter, Mrs. Bob Remmer in Dallas Monday. 0 Ray Yates spent Sunday in Malakoff with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Yates. o. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stogner of Waco was a recent visitor in Trinidad in the home of his sister Mrs. Toby Counts. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hines during the Week-end were, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Coleman of Lufkin; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seeber Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seever Jr. of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaver, Sherri and Louis of Cross Rodes; Mrs. Bernie Lestwich of qutchins; Mr. and Mrs. Harris Ballow, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lan- eny, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ballow, all of Athens. --o.-- Mrs. Geneva Marlar and Mrs. Alex Johnston spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sullivan and Pam in Dallas. --,o.-- The Darcus Class of the Metho- dist Church met at the Educa- fional Building for their class party Thursday. CORDUROY DUSTERS $2.98 and $3.98 FLANNEL GOWNS 2.98 MISSES SWEATERS 2.98 CORDUROY SLACKS 2.98 CHILDREN'S SWEAT SHIRTS with hood 1.98 MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS 1.98 BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS 1.50 MALAKOFF and TRINIDAD BRING YOUR LAUNDRY TO US When You Bring Your Dry Cleaning WE REPRESENT THE ATHENS LAUNDRY PICK UP DAYS ARE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS YOU CAN PICK IT UP AGAIN AT OUR SHOP Men's Wear DRY Cleaning 5:30 a. m. - 8:00 p. m. I Phone PR 8-4461 [ ] TRINIDAD, TEXAS [ Tom Peters of Kerens was in ~'rinidad Monday. --,t~-- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sullivan and Pam spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston and Mrs. R. R. Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan returned to Dallas Monday and Mrs. Sullivan and Pam remained in Trinidad for a few days. Mrs. Claude J. Jackson is in the Athens Memorial Hospital. Her sister has been called to her oedside, -0 Mr. and Mrs. Carl-Wilbanks Calvary Baptist Church Pastor: Rev. Joe B. Stiner Sunday School was attended by thirty-three person -w h i c h gave an offering of $53.82. Rev. Trent and his three children from Kerens visited in the morn- ing services. The Quiring broth- ers were visitors for the worship hour. Rev. Stiner brought the morn- ing message from Psalm 92:1-5, showing things to be thankful for. Twenty persons were present for training service. Seventeen of these brought Bibles with them, and twelve had read their Bible daily. Rev. Stiner's message was from Exodus 32:25-27, entitled "Who Is On the Lord's Side?" @ were in Dallas Saturday. G.A. met Monday with five The Pioneer Club has changed ;irls present. The program was o entitled "Be Prepared." Sandy the date for their Bazzar of lParks, Susan McElroy and Kathy Ghristmas gifts and bake sale. IParks gave the parts. It will be held Saturday, Decem:I Five ladies came for WMA at ber 7, dovcntown, Trinidad. ~.+he church. These ladies had a The Methodisi Church Rev. Wayne Cannon, Pastor Jesus said upon one occasion, "Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." Now, the experiences of this past weekend reveal to us that there is a lot of darkness in this world yet. There is bitter- ness and hate, selfishness and greed. There are warped minds and currupt hearts. There are little people--with little minds and little courage--who w a g e their battles in back alleys and from sixth floor windows. But the experiences of this i.ast week-end reveal that there is a lot of light in this world, too. The messages of condolence sent the bereaved, the words of eulogy spoken of the deceased, the almost unanimous outcry against the gastly murder of our president and the wounding of our governor, all of these and more are evidences of light shin- ing out of darkness. It is not true, of course, that all those involved irt the ligh~ rather than the darkness of the week-end were Christians follow- ing the admonition of their Lord. It is true, however, that the light of Christians across the cen- turies has so nurtured the con- science of man until today man can no longer accept "man's in- humanity to man," but must cry out against t.his terrible evil. This is, at least, looking toward the light! If you would be a part of the ]ight rather than the darkness, attend church Sunday, and come to know him who is "the light of the world." Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. O. BIRTHDAY GREETINS TO: Roy Lee Stanfield Nov. 30 J. D. Story Nov. 30 Linda Brock Nov. 30 Mrs. Albert Blansitt Dec. 1 Gerry Sullivan Dec. 1 Paula Peebles Dec. 1 Linda Story Dec. 1 Becky Beaty Dec. I Kinny Kirksey Dec. 1 Jimmy Mayo Dec. 2 Betty Phillips Dec. 2 Chester Bradley Dec. 3 Annie Lanier Dec. 3 Lucy Page Dee. --o.-- KEEP POLl. TAX A lopsided majoriety of Tex- as counties voted in favor of re- taining the poll tax as a qualifi- cation for voting. In all, only 25 -- mainly in South and central Texas -- wanted to repeal it. Rural areas voted strongly against repeal. M e t r o p o 1 i t a n areas voted to repeal the tax but very few took the time to vote. Other explanations as to how-come vary widely: Not enough hard work by the proponents, suggested Mrs. Mau- rice Brown of Waco, head of the League of Women Voters . . . A ]ight vote, apathy and dis- interest, said Sen. Ralph Yar- borough . . . The race issue was the downfall of the amendment, figuered Clarence Laws, NAACP regional director . . . Republi- cans are "solidifying their vote in Texas," said Horace Houston, GOP candidate for lieutenant governor . . . Failure of poll tax amendment cannot be credited to partisan efforts, concluded Rep. George Hinson. Of the four amendments sub- mitted, only one passed. It rais- ed to $60,000,000 the State Fund ceiling on aid to the needy and liberalizes administration of the programs. devotional flom Proverbs, given by Mrs. Stiner. After a word of prayer the ladies visited those of the membership not attending. --.O,-- Larry Story of Arlington spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Story. FRIG D: tRE Speed-Heat surface unit gets red hot in seconds then cuts back to regular cooking heat automatically. Cook-Master control minds oven cooking for you. Unlimited heat settings for all sur- face units. Storage galore in full-width storage drawer. Enjoy Frigidaire dependability] 30" Electric Model RD-38-$3 Small Down FR I (31DAI R E payment PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS EASY TERMS 1 "EVERY ITEM FULLY INSURED--GMAC FINANCE PLAN" PHONE HU 9-4966 MALAKOFF, TEXAS For years, the great newspapers of Texas have given your government free space fn which to advertise U. S. Savings Bonds. You have seen the ads. 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