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Page 6 - MALAKOFF NEWS - March 20, 1975 rm. Pr ys Shirts s 198 & s: 98 Men's 5398 Men's 100% Polyester Knit Shirts Boys T Shirts Tube Boys Sox 79 Men's 51 :: Smith Drugs & Variety Lay.Away S&H Green Stamps Phone 489-1220 5398 , S, 98 S 19e  S: 49 Men's s: 98 Kaufman T.V. & Appliance Center Radio Shack Dealer 1404 S. Washington 932-6353 We service all brands of T.V.'s Peg Board Items- What We Don't Have We Order. C.B Equipment & Assoc. PASCHAL FuNERA, HOME We accept all burial policies at face value PHONE 489"1500 A FREE GIFT 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 s 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 just 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 nl ' " P.. 8v750 - .Tc 8v.6es, tales from trinidad By Ann Rounsavali A new dighbor can be a great, dry, comic. hazard at times. Tammy and What can be worse than a Wyle McClintock bought the dr), comic a with a sweet wife house next to ours recently and a manicured yard? and we have gone steadily downhill in appearance since. They have planted rose- bushes, trees, chopped weeds, mowed, plowed up a garden spot, and even keep the trash picked up from where the dogs play at night. Wyle washes.the car every few days and shines it when finished. They have an absence of Tonka toys, bicycles, balls, and dolls, Since they have no children .... and probably would not allow them to be displayed in the front yard if they did. We moved in nearly five years ago. We also planted rose bushes (they died), trees (a few remain), sodded our yard with Saint Augustine grass {that now has a terrible disease) and we had two children. I was a full time housewife and mother and enjoyed yard and garden work. The children grew older and their play became less super- vised. I started working out- side the home, and Bobby continued his usual pace that leaves him little time at home for "dressing up the place". An exterior view of our home resembles the old "Real McCoy" house that was, several years ago, a big attraction at the movies. Chad and his buddies are minature Evil Kneivel stunts- tots. and keep a supply of boards piled in the driveway for use in building ramps for their bicycle jumps. Amy and her crew have lemonaide stands that are never disas- sembled, have stands to sell rocks when times are hard, and stands to sell flowers in the spring. The neighborhood dogs romp from yard to yard at night and leave proof of their folly in each yard. We have a weekly exchange system on Lynn Street where we display shoes, boys shirts, coats, and various toys for the owners to recover. At times the dogs are ingenious and provide fish heads or cattle bones. My previous neighbor and I both had a weakness for gardenia bushes, I planted one on her side of our yard and she in turn planted one on the property line between our lts. "We're only renting and probably won't be here as long as you,"she said, "so I'll plant the bush here and you can always pick the blooms from your side." Somehow Wyle must have heard of that agreement be- cause during our first "over the fence" session he pointed to the flourishing gardenia bush, looked me straight in the eye and said "that thing must go." All he wanted was to see my expression, and I must have come through like a charm because he laughed for several minutes thereafter. I started to say something smart about the glare that mirrors off of his shiny car Tool Church Consecrated The Service of Consecration was held Sunday, March 10, at 2:30 p.m. at the new Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church located at Old Indian Trail and Will White Road in Tool. Mrs. W.C. Almand, pianist, presented the prelude followed by prayer and a special welcome by the Rev. Buford Finley, minister. "The High Hopes" a singing group from the Methodist Home in Warn. presented special music. Pre- sentation of the building was made by trustees of the church, led by Chairman Julius Dry who presented the church name. Dr. A.C. Bell, district- Superintendent of the Pales- tine District, was guest speaker for the service. Following services, a reception was held with coffee, cookies, and punch served to the large number of guests who attended. Cadet Honored Cadet First Class Steven L, Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. William I. Morris of Rt. 1, Trinidad, Tex., was recently selected as academic officer in his squadron at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Cadet Morris, also promoted to the rank of cadet captain, was selected for his leadership ability, past perfor- mance and academic standing. The cadet wing is organized similar to an actual Air Force unit and in these positions, cadets gain an insight into the jobs they will experience when they become commissioned officers. The cadet is a 1971 graduate of Bryan Adams High School in Dallas. o,., ,,,, ,a,h 3 9's before I realized that he was a Cllse Fro- Color Podraits. Not Proofs or Slides "IVhat You See- Is IT/hat You Get" TRINIDAD JAYCEES Don Ruble and Wyle McClintock aid Jaycees Ray Kent and Joe Stubblefield in a razzle-dazzle play planned to be used against the Henderson County Junior College Chicks Thursday [tonight]. The Jayeees and Chicks will meet at Trinidad School Gym for the 8:00 p.m. basketball con- test. Everyone is invited to attend and a concession stand will be available. Methodist Women Meet The United Methodist Women met at 2 p.m. Monday in the fellowship hall of the church. Mrs. Buford Finley opened the meeting followed by a Smothers to Speak Clay Smothers, deputy director of St. Paul Industrial School in CaneCity, will be a ieatured speaker at the North and East Texas Press- Association annual conven- tion in Tyler this weekend. Smothers, who is heard each Saturday and Sunday on WRR-Radio as the host of the Clay Smothers Show, is well known for his conservative attitudes toward the black American's role in today's society. That will be the topic of his talk to NETPA Friday business meeting conducted by Mrs. Cecil Wallace and Mrs. Frank Van arden. Mrs. Van arden reported the offering collected from World Day of Prayer held March totaled $46.50. Mrs. Buford Finley led in the devotional " Monday Through Saturday Prescriptions Filled 9:00A.M. To 9:00 P.M. Welfare  Medi Blue Cross Blue Shield Gibson's Prescription Pharmacy Located in Gibson's Discount Center 675-7069 Malakoff Side of Athens First Savings and Loan of Athens offers all types of savings plans. *Annual yields uhen compounded daily. ed in these : 6 Year Annual Rate Annual Yield ,. Certificate 7.75% 8.06% $1 Higher rate accounts carry a substanti pentalty for early Saving & Loan ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS soo $. Poleltine AthenL Texos lit NOU LENDER To Report News 489-0531 Package Stores Western Package No. 1 Western Package No, 2 Highway 85 and 274 Gibson Shopping Center 'Two Locations to Serve You" Seven Points, Texas -Ancient Age 5th 86 PROOF REG. S4  $419 Old Taylor 86 PROOF 11x14 Wonder-Color Wall Portrait OFFER LIMITED ONE PER SUBJECT ONE PER FAMILY ALL AGES WELCOME Minors Must Be Accompanied by e Parent ONLY s199 Plus 50c Film Charge GROUPS: Uptl 1  ra Im Pm NICE THINGS HAPPEN TO FOLKS WHOTRAOE WITH US Date Wednesday, March 26, 1975 Time 9:30-1:00 Malakoff Marine Supply 2:00-5:00 Hwy. 31- East Whether You Skipper a Yacht or a Dinghy... Sail with /Etna's Boat Insurance -- the Commodore (for outdrives 24' and over, inboards, and sailboats) or the Com- mander (for outdrives under 24' and out- boards) come with a six-pak endorsement six important coverages for about the same price as one. For details, give us a call. Harris Insurance Agency 701 N. T/ 489-1858 LIE &CASUJLTY Old Chaffer 7 YR. OLD $5 97 Gordon Gin 86 PROOF %GAL. $797 REG.