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March 6, 1975

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Pc_go 4 - MALAKOFF. NEWS - March 6, 1975 :;;. :::: Mala off Open House Set J ,, Short Su ects This being 'Public ,School open houseisbeingheldsoall t. TABLE 00MPS / , :..:: Week," March 3 through 7, may have a chance to visit. ,, Petty Officer 2/C Dennis,. will have open house March 6 possible by your financial i 1/3 0 "  .......... Sparks, son of Mr. and M s. from7 to 8:30, at all schools, support. This is a special ff  rnly rrwate first uass J.M. Sparks, has returned to Patrons are welcome and Pportunity fr YU t get Robert .D" Rampv.., _whse." Malakoff after serving' for encouraged to visit at any acquainted., with the teachers, parents Mr. and Mrs Joseph ..... time during the week while the facihtms, and learn more ,, " , ., " ,', tour years in rensacola, fla. ], ttampv ano wlze uenra Q . " _. ' ' ' w]thVT-4. AZ2Sparkslsnow school is in progress to about the school program in live on Koute 1 Athens Tex. assi ed to Ma ort Fla observe classes and general general. " Phillips A |1 -- p"a/IC0 - ant)34thS assigned, camersignal," attenoant-BattalionaS a radio relay, - w]tnhere" tne-"in ..... CVCauuaru-L-'gn-__ u,*L- .u''TT P C"r. o owS:: activities but since the dadSand many mothers work, the R" ItW| 'Os; | |"lC|"--"-- I,udwigsburg. Germany. Completes Basic .Volunt.eers Schedule Told 2., 202 N Terry Mohkoff 489.1529  Now Daughtar Navy Seaman Apprentice Man uorary Dr. Troy C. White, veterin ,@Ol,q,5,${Ir ....... o ..... Michael A. Foster, Route I, A large group of volunteers arian, has released the A FREE GIFT from... 2 ounces of zesty, fragrant ASTRINGENT -- does not dry the skin contains no alcohol (Regular $1.50) -- FREE with the purchase of a 6 ounce size SKIN FRESHENER. $3.50, or a 6 ounce size LIQUID CLEANSER, $3.50. Florence Miller's rich CLEANSING CREAM is especially designed for all skin types -- it cleans away the dirt and make-up thoroughly, leaving a lovely, lubricated skin. Follow the cleansing treatment with the tangy, exhilarating skin FRESHENER to leave the skin fresh, immaculately clean. Since it contains no alcohol, there are no drying qualities  leaves lust a wonderful, clean, vibrant skin. Great functional sizes .-compact enough for travel but large enough for economy. Buy both today and re- ceive two free bottles of ASTRINGENT! i , i  I PH, 887.755 - NT[ 887.6851 Offe expires March 31. 1975 Springtime Me.'s Let's - Levi's - Campus Casual Pants Two Select Groups Reg. Values to $12 Reg. Values to $15 s688 s797 For casual and on-the-job wear. They're cut for comfort and good looks. You will have to see our Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Lawson of Malakoff announce the birth of their daughter, Robin Dee, Feb. 16, at 9:05 Athens, Tex., has completed Basic Electricity and Elec- tronics School at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, are manning the Malakoff Puhlic I,ihrary each weekday and conducting the Story lh)ur each Saturday. schedule of 1975 rabies clinics in Henderson County. The fee for vaccination is $2 per animal, White said. p.m. at Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Coral- conn. She weighed eight pounds and five ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. O.T. Denman of Sterling, Okla., and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David B. Lawson of Monticello, Ark. , 84 Crappie J.R. Reynolds of Dixie Isle road, along with his brother- in-law J.W. Thomas of Seago- ville and Joe Vanmeter of Poyner caught 84 crappie from Tuesday evening through Friday morning {and were going back to try again when we learned of the catch in the Caney Creek area. They caught 12 real nice ones in an hour Friday morning. Reynolds and his wife returned to the Eustace area to retire a year and a half ago after he spent 32 years with GMC truck division in Dallas. Both grew up in this area. Vanmeter is also a GMC retiree and Vanmeter retired from National Battery. Dribblers to Play The Little Dribblers sched- uled game of February 21 has been set for replay, Sunday, March 9, beginning at 1:00. Ill. Foster is now scheduled to begin Fire Control Technician School, Great Lakes. A former student of Eastern Wayne High School, Goldsboro, N.C., he joined the Navy in September 1974. :. .:, ..:..:i Malakoff Menus  March 10-14 Monday: Cheese Pizza, lettuce and ' tomato salad. buttered corn, fruit dessert, milk. Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, pickled beets, corn meal yeast rolls, jello, milk. Wednesday: Barbecue on bun, baked beans, snow flake potatoes, cake squares, milk. Thursday: Meat loaf, potatoes in cream sauce, peas with diced cheese, hot yeast bisquits, pudding, milk. Friday: Hamburgers, garden salad, french fries, catsup, cookies, milk. ltelping Red Waller keep the library open each day by manning the library from 1 to 4 are Mickey suds, Jan Alexander, Alice Barndt, Juanita Drake, Geanne Walker, Shari Henson, Jan Thorpe. Billie Hearn, Melissa Stfivey, Eleanor Broman, Maude err, Cathy Pretorius, Kelma Cordo and Eva Wright. Waller mans the library from l0 a.m. until 1 each day and the volunteers take turns keeping the libra,." open from then until 4. They check books in and out, type up catalog cards, filing cards and whatever needs doing. Volunteers who alternate conducting the story hour are Geanm, Walker. Mercedes tlardy, Jan Alexander, Carva lei(ller and Kay Mattingly. Walh, r announced that effective immediately there will t)e a five-cents-per-day late fee for hooks not returned on time. l,ibrary cards cost $1. The schedule is as follows: Saturday, March 8, Athens- across from Fire Station, 12 to 2 p.m. Monday, March 10, Poyner, 4 to 4:25; LaRue, 4:30 to 4:55; Baxter, 5 to 5:30. Tuesday, March 11, Trini- dad School, 12:30 to i:15; Tool-Young's Store, 1:30 to 2:00. Wednesday, March 12, Carroll Springs-Mitchell's Store, 2 to 2:25; Virginia Hill Baptist Church, 2:30 to 2:55; Bethel School, 3:15 to 3:40, Eustace - Byer's Feed Store, 4 to 5:00. Thursday, March 13, Malakoff Elementary School, 4 to 4:40; Cross Roads, 5 to 5:30. Friday, March 14, Murchi- son, 3 to 3:40; Brownsboro School Shop Building, 4 to 4:40; Chandler Elementary School, 5 to 5:30. Saturday, March 15, Athens-near the "Y", 12 to 2:00. Tigerettes Play TheMalakoffTigerettes, after Thursday losing their first district action startir match to Van last Tuesday The varsi, ty : 6:45. night, play in their biggest Abigcrow maracA of the year against cause the Ti Will's Point in Tiger Gym win" to stay district c FARMERS George A. INSURANCE Soles Re "esi GROUP P 0 Box East Royoll Malokoff, Texas Phone 4891 BUS, PI. 489 Auto . Fire - Lilt . Truck . THE S 5 MILES PALESTINE HWY. Athens LAY NEW SHIPMENT ,w. FAMOUS I/2 TO NAME JUST A FEW Jerff Silverman,Rona PRIOE House of Branell Pedestal ' David Barr" DRESSES, PANT SUITS, JAOKET& BLOUSES MIX 'N Thur-Fri-Sat, 9:00- 5:00 HENDERSON COUNTY needs an up-to-date AMBULANCE SERVICE with new and modern equipment ,...and trained personnel to assist your every need. - Malakoff Five Tops Mabank In District-Play standing play overcame Mabank's Pantherettes at Mabank last Thursday in the first district encounter for both teams. Cindy Dawson got the Tigerettes off to a running start with a smoking spike that rattled the roof and gave the Pantherettes a look at what was going to be in store for them all night. After Mary Nell Barren, freshman, and Sherrry Carter, senior, took the cue from Dawson, it was lights out for Mabank. The score ended at 15-1. The second game saw the Tigerette serving game go sour and Mabank made a valiant effort to put the game away-only to see the Tiger- ette team fight back time and time again. After the smoke had cleared the Tigerettes had a hard- earned 15-8 victory (and this without the aid of Patti Barnett, who is under a doctor's supervision for a neck injury,) Coach Ashlock pointed to the play of Janet Org as being instrumental in the Tigerettes surprising show four power and consistency. _ Janet is simply a tremen- dous volleyball player...she made very few mistakes all night yet she handles almost J ............ O Now Is Your Chance To HELP YOUR COUNTY and SAVE $$ TOO! ENROLL NOW In Our Ambulance Service Membership MAL [ S mbl 3 ay rch 1 ilary 100 per cent of the time selection of fabrics, pc(terns, and colors. Take ........ " , Enroll me in the 1975-76 AMBULANCE SERVICE PLAN INDICATED BELOW: . . _ . . 1! nerry arr ann dane aavantage of this outstanding value. Org had not had such out- FAMILY [] No. in flmily .... List f=mily mmlrs (husband and/or wife, children under 21 standing mghts...the games living at hornet on revet ride. l"inrrm would definitely been closer Vii l i IWII O and more c mpetitive. INDIVIDUAL [] RENEWAL  NEW MEMBERSHIP Judy Johnson and Diane Make check or money order payable to and mad lhs apphcaho to ". =,.#. . Ward continued to compete JORDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE CO., INC., OF TEXAS, P. O. BOX 1429. ATHENS, TEXAS, 75751 .. ,,!'" I%1,, for the center-back position in PHONE: (214) 675-1911 high style. Both looked good, N A M E  t s according to Coach Ashlock, *'ilelni,cl and both start according to STREET   Phone No.- "" .... how the team is running. CITY  List Family Members & Ages  Coach Ashlock points to on nm tide, 80{ polyester 20" Acrylic the return of Patti Barnett as THIS IS NOT AN INSURANCE POLICY 72' x " " being pivotal in this year s now "o:, is o etu .......... starter right now and se (___=  .  ., A _ .needs help. Janey Ong is i I  I IMP'  p, i lconsistently good, but the I leml: I[ li IIILJIII   lotbe, are sometimes great Ambulance Service for all non.members will be $50.00 per call. Plus an addition#l I tli i  i .- sometimes not-so-great. ECI i  " 1 ;. ,am   iConsistency is the secret to SP AL NOTE I! ,ha, of $1.00 per mile beyond the city limits from which the ambulance was i ,, )lnce tvtv iwinning in volleyball and if w e dispatched, and a $10.00 fee for use of oxygen and/or other special equipment used. Should more than one member of a family use the service, each additional Street * Malakoff, Texas beCanadevelp__._ thtSmqmckly, we 11 ::=r " member will be charged at half price I. Endosed is CASH [] CHECK  FOR  S15,00  S25,00 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE JORDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPANY, INC. OF TEXAS HCT O In the event the members usd the Ambulance Service and have Insurance covering such expense, the company will provide the member with a receipt in the amount of the membership, this will essentially re-imburse the member his enrollment fee. Membership enrollment is $25.00 per family $15.00"per single member and open until March 31, 1975. No Membership enrollment after this date. Membership is for a 12 month period, which will expire O at midnight March 31, 1976. The membership covers all members of the family husband and wife, and all children of the family under 21 years of age .... including all students at school over 21 years. Thc ntemhcrstHl /dan iHchdes. . . , Ambulance Service To All Members... As Often As Medically Necessary. , Transportation To All Major Medical Facilities Within A 50 Mile kie, iday Radius Of The County, Including Tyler, Corsicana, Jacksonville, rch " ss0s & Dallas. h , AIICalls With The Exception Of The Above,Named Cities Which Are ay, ch 1 Outside A 50 Mile Radius Of The County At The Low Rate Of $ .50 Per Mile el ay , QUALIFIED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS ON EVERY CALL ch ]