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Page 6 Grayer Runs For Trustee Valuen Grayer formally armounced his candidacy for trustee of the Malakoff Independent School District this week. His statement follows: My name is Valueo Grayer. I have lived in Malakoff for the last 36 years. I work at Nipak and 1 am a supervisor in the nitrate warehouse. 1 am married to Ide Mac Grayer. and we have three children in the Malakoff school system. Deborah is a junior in high school, Dianna is a freshman in high school. and Dewayne is in the eighth grade in junior high school. As a tax-paying citizen. I feel that it is my obligation to be concerned about the community. I think the only way a person can show concern about the affairs of the community is. by becoming a part of it and helping to promote the gill and interests of the people of the community. 1 think serving on the school board is one of my ways of saying 1 care about the community, If elected I would like to help build a better school system for our children by trying to keep top quality teachers, trying to help regulate taxes and by trying to voice the sentiments of the people of 'the community at all times. [Political Adv. Paid for by Valuen Grayer. Malakoff] 2t 3-24.3-31 ETCADA Moves Jimmie Hunt, president of the East Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Aubse (ETCADAL a United Fund agency, has announced that the council will be moving to new offices on Thursday, March 3I. The new location is at 1101 East Birdsong. Longview but Htmt said the telepne numbers of 753'7833 and {tOW free} Enterprise 6-5083 would not be changed. MALAKOFF NEWS  March Jessie Matthews Weds ,00 00lwarro Raymond L. Giles 00avmgs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sleeves were puffed, button- Fred William Matthews. Sr.. ing at the cuffs. Her veil was married Raymond Lloyd white with a ieweled crown. Giles, son of Mrs. Charles Jessie carrid a bouquet of Malakoff 502 F.. Royall Ward. it a double ring white and blue daisies with , ceremony at Calvary Baptist dark blue streamers. Church in Trinidad, March The couple was married II. by Ramond L. McGee, uncle MALAKOFF ' The bride wore a long of the gToom, Best man was Valuen Grayer dress of white satin with a Larry Quinn Giles. brother NSURANCE .uR" of the groom and grroms- 70 Cent Base Price ma00,,a00 Fred Matthews. , . J., brother of the bride, l Lines of Insurance Maid of honor was Ann Airheart and bridesmaid was Life Home Loraine tterline. Christine Auto BUSiIless Set For Fair Bidders A base price of 70 cents per pound for steers and 70 cents per pound for market hogs was established during a recent meetg of the Henderson County Livestock Show Buyers Committee, according to Joe Fulgham. committee chairman. The base or floor prices were established after careful consideration of the expenses incurred by this years young 4-H and FFA feeders. It was the comdittee's conclusion that at least these prices are needed this year in order for the 4-H and FFA members to even come close to breaking even on their calves and hogs. It is estimated that. of the 72 steers and 115 market hogs originally reported to be on feed, approximately 55-60 steers and 95-100 market hogs will make the shows official 4-H and FFA premium auction scheduled for April 23 at the Henderson Coutny Fairgrounds, Buyers Committee members will begin immedi- ately contacting individuals and" business firms through- out the county regardihg purchasing these animals. Fulgham reported that for those who desire to purchase a calf or hog for their home freezer that no extended waiting time on processing will be experienced because of arrangements made with local processing firms. Persons interested in purchasing an animal should contact Joe Fulgham in Brownsboro. Count3" Agent. Gayle Finch. any vocational agricultural teacher or any of the following Buyers Comm- ittee members; Reagan Jen- kins. Don Forester, PeR Wee Forester. Bobby Tindle. Bob Bass. Floyd Saylors. Jr.. Herbert Davis. John Corley. Col. Mills. Pete Harville. Alton Tompkins. Charlie Fields. Jr. Harley Kirkwood. Willie Rehkop, Dr. Ben Johnson. Marvin Holcomb, Dr. G.M. Fulgham. Jack Binten. Artie Kirkwood. J.B. Simmons. Steve Sutton. or Dr. Bob Foster. Phinny and Mollie ttaley provided the nmsic. The bride was g'iven in marriage by her father. Fred Mat- thews, Sr. A snmll reception was held after the ceremony where friends and relatives greeted the bride and grcum. %Vt- d]ng cake and punch were served. After a short home.wnoon. the couple are now residing in Trinidad. Texas. i i DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine. Box S89 Closed Wed. Afternoons Ph. 675-269 Athens. Tx. II ii i1[11 ii I II Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks F0t tease 0t Sale RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY "a Reliance Gas Co. of ABms C. M. Tinny, Owner Dial 675-2269 n Alhms / Mrs. Raymond Giles Jerry k Gatrmn 226 N. Teny 9. Phone: Care and understanding 28 5 APR'77 ct'u  lt'e'il take care qf everything -- .from .rio wers to services -- to help .l'ou through this d!(ficult period. .4dvatlce arrangements possible. Wrecker and Tubes N Au Repair Open All Day Saturday Tanner M 110 E. Mitcham Corn 489-1292 EXXON ONDAY TUESDAY [ITIZENS STATE WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 YOU CAN BANK ON US A Malakoff City Council 7 p.m. City itall Band Club meetings on Trinidad School Board first Tuesday- of each /#' 7p.m.. Board Room month- Bank Hall 7 Henderson Count3" p,m. Commissioners Court Malakoff Library Story" p 10 a.m. County Court Hour-4 p.m. Palm Sunday" House Cross Road Jaycees Cedar Creek Riding Club Cross Roads School Elementary- School 3 p.m.- Arena Board- 7:30 p.m.. CR. Rotary Club- 12 p.m. Attend The Church of School Rob's Kountry Kitchen Your Choice Malakoff Methodist Malakoff Chamber of United Methodist Commerce 7:30 p,m. R ", Women 2:30 p.m. City" Hall !I0 \\;.L,, 11 -- 12 Malakoff Library Stor,- " Hour 2 p.m. " ",  Laney City' Chamber of Cross Roads Javcees 7 ( Commerce 7 p.m, City p.m. Country Barn I L LOCAL MEETINGS AND EVENTS Fm Your Cnvenience Easter Attend the Church of Your Choice 17 Attend the Church of Your Choice Attend the Church of Your Choice Hall Malakoff School Board 7 p.m. School Admini- stration Building. Trinidad City Council 6 p.m. City Hall Malakoff Jayeees 8 p.m. Elemtary Cafeteria Dad's Club 7:30 p.m. Jr. High Cafeteria Rotary Club- 12 noon Rob's Kountry Kitchen Trinidad Jaycees 7 p.m. Community Center Star /1012 Malakoff City ouncil 7 p.m. City Hall Malakoff Methodist United Methodist Women 2:30 p.m. Malakoff Library Story Hour 4 p.m. Cross Road Jayeees Elementary School Rotary Club- 12 noon Robs Kountry Kitchen Malakoff Library Story Hour- 4 p.m. " Roads Jaycees 7 p.m. County Barn Trinidad Jaycees 7 p.m. Community Cntr. Rotary Club. 12 noon Rob's Kountry Kitchen Dad's Club 7:30 p.m. Jr. High Caftr. Malakoff Jaycees 8 p.m. Elem. Cafeteria Cedar Creek Womens Club 12 p.m.- Cedar Creek Country Club Tool City Council 7:30 p.m.- City Hall 6 8 9 4,H Club 6 p.m. Jr. High Cafeteria Cub Scouts 8 & 9 Tool City' Hall 4:00 to 5:00 Lions Club-Lio Den 7 p.m. Good Good Friday 13 L4 15 Cub Scout Boy's 8 & 9 Tool City" Hall 4:09 to 5:00 16 Tool City Hall 4:00 to 5:00 21 22 23 Lions Club 7 P.M.- Lio Den 27 28 29 30 Cub Scout Boys 8 & 9 Tool City Hall 4:00 to 5:00 , NMIONAL ARBOR DAY APRIL 29 a