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February 7, 1980

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4--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 7, 1980 F ;. . Automobile Business Personal Cattle Farm Operation "Talk to One of Our Friendly Loan Officers" Linden R. Lewis Adron Neill Lynn Barton DeWayne Alvis THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SQUAI~E, ATHENS, TEXAS 75751.w 214,675-5656. MEMBER FDIC Boswell announces his candidacy for county attorney Allen B. Boswell of Athens has an- nounced his candidacy for the office of County Attorney of Henderson County, Texas, in the Democratic Primary. Boswell has been a lifetime resident of Athens and Henderson County, Texas. He was born in 1953, the son of Sue B. Boswell and the late G.A. Boswell. Boswell attended Athens primary schools and Athens High School. After graduating from Athens High School in 1971, he attended Henderson County Junior College, and received his B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1975. In 1976, Boswell entered the South Texas College of Law in Houston and received his Doctor of Jurisprudence in January 1979. During lawschool, Boswell worked in commercial real estate and was employed part-time as an intern at the law firm of Heath and Knippa. Boswell has been in private practice in Athens since June of this year. In 1975, Boswell married Kimberlee K. Estep, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Estep of Athens. The Boswells have two children, Justin and Mollee. "As county attorney, I will endeavor to represent the residents of Henderson County to the best of my ability and will devote all the time necessary to properly fulfill my duties to the county and to the residents of Henderson County," Boswell said. Allen B. Boswell scheduled here Plans are now underway for Cross Roads participation in the University Interscholastic League One-Act Play contest. The play chosen by actors is "The Patchwork Quilt" by Rachel Field. Cross Roads will be competing in the Eastern Zone of our district, which in- cludes the following schools: Dawson, Wortham, Mildred, Trinidad and Cross Roads. The East Zone contest will be held Thursday, March 20, with rehear- sals beginning at 8:30 a.m. that mor- ning and the plays at 6 p.m. that night. The Cross Roads group is scheduled to rehearse at 2:30 p.m. and present its play at 6 p.m. Spectators are invited to the contest. Admission will be $2 for adults and $I for children. Try-outs for the Cross Roads play were held on Thursday, Jan. 31, at 1:45 p.m. Seniors work for trip funds The seniors at Cress Roads High have been working all year to earn money for the senior trip. They have sold hot chocolate during breaks, worked in the concession stan- ds at basketball games, and held the jail house during the annual Halloween Carnival. Plans are now being made for a din- ner dance to be held at the school and a mLIm- I- - 226 N. Terry St. . 'L - III Insurance All Lines J Insurance . Life. Home . Bonds . AutoAllstate Insurance . Business Jerry A. Garrison 489-0512 m III m m= n- ~ - talent show in April. Graduation dates have May 29 or 30. Eight seniors to walk across the stage Steven Beavers, Dory Proper, Sandra mond, Laurie Mallie Sheri Bell. Cross Roads third A-B Honor A Honor Roll: Tony~ grade; Stephanie Pydi Holmes, 8th Eggleston, 8th grade; Coker, 6th grade. B Honor Roll: Dee grade; Sheila Giles, 9th McKinnerney, 9th grade; dler, 9th grade; Stephanie 9th grade; Sandra Dory Ivey, 12th grade; 10th grade; Kristi Creech, Kathy Litchfield, 6th Richard Kyllo. 6th grade. Cross R SCIIOOL MENU BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, Tuesday: Raisin toast, Ju Wednesday: Sweet rolls, Friday: Donuts, LUNCH Tuesday: Corny dogs, Pinto beans, Milk, Cookies. Wednesday: Steak and tered rice, English peas, Milk, Syrup. Thursday: Sausage, Sweet potatoes, Corn Brownies. Friday : Hamburgers, Tomatoes, Pickles, squares, Milk, Fruit. The Bell Way to Is (:la~sified Ad~ Be Cull 4B9-053 ] "l'od~ fm BY rveB~ ~akoff raak se~ Sa, ;~ six q sir ~ John ).Hek Itsors,, With computerization, Attorney's Title Company, Inc. is one of Texas' most modern and professional land title companies. Titles to virtually any tract of land can be researched in one day. Pictured above with equipment used to view and print microfilm are Pat Chapman, Judy Tidmore, Kathy Coker and Lisa Har- ville. .;~i:! Martha Sanford is the receptionist/secretary and Sherry Carhart Officer/Closer. is Escrow The Attorney's Title Company, Inc., is now located at 100 N. Palestine Street, Athens, Texas, with a branch office located on Hwy. 85, Seven Points, Texas, and a branch office located at 111 N. Terry Street, Malakoff, Texas. !)! W Helen Langston and Anna Bennett are shown at work in the new offid,! for individuals or companies wishing to research records independen I Barbara Eggleston operates the IBM System 6 Information Processor. The Shirley Ward, President of Attorney's Title Company, Inc., is going System 6 with unlimited storage capacities assures increased productivity with Athens, Texas 675-2248 the new system with Joy Angel, currently serving on the Board output of 55 characters per second. All insurance policies are prepared on the said company. She is explaining that the company has a plant entirel j ": System 6. All incoming and outgoing files are programmed to assure prompt Seven Points, Texas 432-2122 microfilm of all records in the County and District Courts of Hende, [ and has converted a large portion of the plant to computer maki available information at any time. olakoff, Texas 489-1 ] 48 Texas' most modern facilities.