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March 31, 1977

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Members of the Dribbler team include [front row, left to right] Joe Lamb, Farris Conditt. Robie White, Jimmy Ingrain [back row] Andra White, Grady Baker, Keith Robertson, Scott Newman, Joey Bell, Memb of Dribbler Rockets Mdmff indude [fron row, from left] Brent row] Coach James Cheatham, Gary Woolver- Cheatam, John Newland, ton, Robert H, [back Ed H,line and Harold Holy- NEWS Rogers Seeks Re-Election As Caney Mayor Caney City mayor Ted Rodgers has formally announced his candidacy for re-election as mayor. "Due to illness with the flu, I have been unable to contact as many people as I hoped to during this campaign," Rodgers said. "I sincerely request your support and vote in Saturday's election," he said. "I feel like I have helped the city by being its mayor for the past two years, and would like an opportunity to serve you for another term." "I apologize to those of you I have been unable to visit with because of my illness," Rodgers said. [Pol. Adv. Paid for By W.A. Rodgers] W.H. {Ted] Rodgers Bond Sales John Costlow and Coach Ken Hayes. [Staff Photo by Tom Hexline] MALAKOFF field. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline] Page 5 February sales of Series E and H United States Savings Bonds in Henderson county were reported today by County Bond Chairman Pat Neill. Sales for the second- month period totaled $14,116 for 19 percent of the 1977 sales goal of $190,000. I I I | i / W.A. [TI] Rodgers Spring Annuals Can Color Your Landscape Spring comes alive with the addition of flowering annuals to color your landscape, says a landscape horticulturist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Annual flowers are excellent for use along footpaths or fences. around the patio or to trim the side of the home. They do best in a well-drained, fertile bed. Place taller plants in back in the bed to keep them from overpowering smaller annuals. If the bed will be viewed from all sides, place tall plants in the middle. Apply about two pounds of a complete fertilizer per 100 square feet once a month. $2.00 pHisoDerm SKIN CLEANSER m i i i LUBRIDERM I - $2.39 | i Pesticide" Training Course Training in the use of pesticides by private indivi- duals will be offered in area towns beginning April 4. The three and one half hour sessions are sponsored by Ilenderson County Program Building Committe Effective October, 1977, citizens will be required to have a private pesticide applicator's certification card before they may pur- chase or use pesticides ap- pearing on the Environment- al Protection Agency's re- stricteduse list. The training will be offer ed April 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the Malakoff High School audi- torium; April 7 at 1 p,n. and 6:30 p.m. in the tlCJC Student Union Building; April 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Seven Points City tiall and April 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Trinidad High School audi- torium. For Call Out Ordm 481895 Special This Week Taco Salad 74 c I HEARTBIJRN?, '"GAVISCOH | antacid tablets E. m i , TAM, iX ions 40's CELTICS-- Members of the Donny odge, Kevin Prenti and Coach Gary  '_.d Little Dribbler basketball Mattingly3ack row] Phil Ashlock. [Staff Photo by team include [front row, left Dulaney, mi Loper, Jeff Tom Herline] ' to right] Greg Ash]ock, Set Today Dribbler Regional TQrney th compl, t,on of-Dulaney, Kevin Mattingly, will squareffat 3:15 p.m. field, Kerens or (uitman at ,. 41 Little Dribbler Tony Hulin, Scott Newman, The Sun'on the Major 3:15 pm. Friday. If they lose as TAMPAX tampons 1O's action last Keith Robertson, Jeffrey League , with the they'll enter the loser's i the all-star team Prentice, David Wilson and Warriors tond and the bracket at 2 p.m. Friday. Levi Karr, with Phillip Surls Broncos td ' in regular Finals of the major division i (11-12 year and Robert Johnson as league play o- are at 7:15 p.m. Saturday. Lclude Danny alternates. In the 9 i 10 year olds Malakoff's Junior ivision i Cain, Steve They will participate in the Bucks a the Celts tied will play at 4:30 p.m. Friday if Shelton, Tim the regional tournaments at for first ce and Red a winner in the first game, Royce Bane, Brownsboro March 31, April Raiders l *hirn against either Fairfield or g 1 ams, Tracey 1 and 2.  ..... Quitman. A loss would throw ey Shultz and Malakoff will meet If Malaks major divi- them into a game at 5:45 p.m. m ton, with Ed- Brownsboro at 4:30 p.m. sion team as their first Friday. Finals are,at 6 p.m. | e and Scott Thursday, Mar. 31 in game they'llay either Fair- Saturday. rnates. the Junior Division. g ue (9-10 year In the Major Division,  I ,includeJ.y Malakoff and Brownsboro /00CH/IL0000 : = Costlow, Phil re I.icensmg Shdes Shown We Honor AllBurial Policies Dunklin, Depart- mary Salzmann, Mabank. Welfare Day Mrs. Barbara Kuna was representative introduced to members of the gave a slide board as the new protective about Day Care service supervisor replacing and registering in Tommy Dawson who was members of the promoted to the Paris area. County Child Committee reports were recently., made by LaVerne Coker, Board mere- public awareness committee: Leo Orr, Mala- Trudy Gauntt, foster home Stubblefield, committee members, and Rev. Dalton Porter, Jon Stasney, ommunity City : and Rose resources committee. e,oe 489-1500 FLEX 1 Hair Conditioner I BRUSH  u, $1,16 | ae.anB  "::::'l| 60 00$115 | = .,o,,.,o,o. ,,, 60 30 50 20 50 I i