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3 ) Page Six THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, November 29, 1963 Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker Saturday and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walker and children of Corsi- cana and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Lancaster of Kerens. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Waller of Brownwood visited here Sunday and Monday with his mother, Mrs. L. T. Waller and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wal- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell and daughter, Lana, of Monahans, Texas arrived in Malakoff Mon- day afternoon to spend this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cred Patton. CARD OF THANKS Through this medium may I express to my host of friends my sincere and grateful appreciation for the many, many cards and letters of encouragement and good wishes, for the gifts, and for the many flowers sent to add cheer to my room during my re- cent hospitalization. M a y God richly bless each of you--C. M. Gilmore. Central Monument Works "Home of Quality Memorials" Corsicana & Kerens Charles H. Harrison, Rep. Kerens, Trinidad, Malakoff Kerens EX 6-2655 Mrs. Jesse James and son and daugh%er Rickey and Priscilla Oster of Dallas visited here in the home of her mother, Mrs. Edna Broyles, during the week-end. Mrs. Minnie Maguire, who has been in Malakoff for several weeks, returned to Arlington with Sandra Gilmore Monday af: ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Green and chi!dren, Diane, Susie and Holly of Arlington arrived in the city Wednesday to visit her )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Cred Pat- ton an to be with her sister, the Bill Campbells, who are also vis- iting here. Randy Williams of Dallas and student of Arlington State Col- lege was at his home here dur- ing the week-end to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wil- !tams. Randy Silman of Dallas spent the week-end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob Ferguson, as a gue~ of their son, Bobby Johnson. Mrs. Lonnie Withrow entered the M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston early this week. She was accompanied by her hus- band and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Carter, who will visit with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Car- ter, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Valmore Rogers a~.d family were in Dallas Sun- day visiting with their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Williams and Mr. and Mrs. John Grogan. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dodson spent Sunday visiting in Dallas in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McBurney and children. Guests in the home of Mrs. Jess Humphries over the week- end were Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Humphries and daughter Susan of Oil City Louisiana; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humphries and Emily Kay of Tyler. Other visitors last week in Mrs. Humphries home :vere Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dowdle of Mineola and Mrs. J i m m y Walker and boys, Scott, and Jer- ry of Tyler. Miss Annette Waller of Lon M o r r i s College, Jacksonvillel spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wal- ler. Charlie Vandagriff, who has been in Malakoff for the past week visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah Vandagriff and other rel- atives, left at noon Wednesday for his home in Monteray, Cali- fornia. The Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Wolf and three children moved to their home near Libingston, earlier this week. Rev. Wolf has served as pastor of the Assembly of God Church in Malakoff for some time but tendered his resigna- tion about three weeks ago. O/At'We/' Coffee Light Crust Pound Can Pound Box Instant Cabell's Pure Oz. Jar 1/2 Gallon Carton DEL MONTE TOMATO 8-Oz. Can BAKER'S ANGEL FLAKE 7-Ounce Pkg. DEL MONTE CUT No. 303 Can 25c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO Per Can HUNT'S SPICED No. 21/2 Can AOUA NET Regular 1.49 Value Plus Tax BAKER'S 2 4-Oz. Cans LOG CABIN With Pitcher NABISCO Pound Box Florida 9S Per Pound 19C Juicy Pound Bag U. S. D. A. Grade "'A" Per Pound Rib or Briske Per Pound Washington Extra Fancy Red Del ,or . Pound 19C Fresh Green Per Pound Rath Blackhawk POul d Pkg Wisconsin Per Pound Free Delivery HU 9-2101 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS By LOYE M. COPELAND Tyler District Manager Q. Would it interfere with our social security payment if we sell some land inherited several years ago? We have 55 acres and would receive about $4,000. A. No--it would not have any effect on your social security to sell the land. Your social secur- ity benefits are "retirement" pay- ments and the only income that might cause you to lose it is in- come from work. Earnings from work for yourself (in your own business), or for someone else, in excess of $1200 a year would have an effect on your benefits. Benefits are payable after age 72 without regard to earnings. Q. May I apply for social se- curity benefits before I retire? A. Most certainly you may, and should. Anytime within 3 months of your expected retire- ment day, you may complete your application. When you do you will be told what records you will need, such as proof of your age or marriage, and you can get these records with plenty of time to spare. This way your retire- ment check will start on time. Q. Last year I was 65 and lost my regular job but obtained an- other at a lower salary. I will earn $1800 this year; should I file for social security? A. Yes, you should file im- mediately as your present earn- ings will allow some benefits to be paid. The amount of benefits withheld for the year would be $350; $1 for each $2 of the $500 earned between $1200 and $1700, and dollar for dollar thereafter. An application is effective for no more than 12 months before fil- ing. Therefore, delay in filing can cause loss of benefits. A free booklet on social se- curity along with a "check-up" post card so you can check your social security record will be mailel upon request. Address i your requests and questions to: Mr. C Social Security Adminis- tration, P. O. 3427, Tyler, Texas, 75705. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of McAllen were guests in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Area Goodgame, this week. Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. J. I Evans were her daugh- ters, Mrs. Margaret Spearman of Pittsburg and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harrell of Dallas. [WANT A,)sl FOR SALE--7Y4 acres on FM Road 4 miles South of Malakoff. $200.00 per acre. Contact HU 9- 3731. FOR SALE--Barbie and Ken clothes. Mrs Dan Taylor, Trin- idad. Phone PR 8-4341. 49c FOR RENT--2-bedroom house at 710 East College. $45 per month. Completely refinished. Phone OR 5-4031, Athens. LOST in Malakoff on Tuesday, my billfold containing $110 in money and valuable personal papers. Finder will please notify MRS LOIS SEXTON, Box 364, Trinidad, Texas. TREE - SHRUBBERY - WORK FOR ALL KINDS of tree and shrubbery work call E. M. (Curly) BOYD, HU 9-263P,---40 years ex- perience. All work absolutely ~uaranteed. BIDS ASKED ON SCHOOL CAR SEALED BIDS will be received in the office of Superintendent of Schools, Malakoff, Texas, on or before December 9, 1963 by 5:00 p. m. on 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door sedan being offered for sale. This car may be seen at Bankston-Cade Ford Sales. Bid proposals may be secured by con- tacting Superintendent of Schools, Malakoff, Texas. The school reserves the right to ac- cept or reject any or all bids. Equipment must be removed from premises within 30 days from date of awarding ---48 FOR SALE THREE 3-bedroom brick ve- neer dwellings--one with two baths. One with built in oven, attick fan and wall furnace, and insulated. J. A. McLAIN Phone I-IU 9-2581 Mrs. S. C. Bobo of Murchison visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore and mother, Mrs. E. L. Walton, Sunday Other out- of town visitors in the Gilmore home during the week-end were O. F. Johnston and son, Tony, of Mesquite and Miss Sandra Gil- more of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. 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