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O~ By ANN ROUNSAVALL AND LORI CALLAWAY service and plush new customers at the and Loan Association ft. building provides facilities, a night two inside teller stations, stations and a private office customer service. employees have been area decorated with and equipped with a microwave. There is a table with chairs and decoration. is decorated with and adorned with was a part of the construction process. Other firms involved in the com- pletion of the new office were King Con- crete Co. of Athens; Brown and Burnett Framing and Trim of Athens; Raymond Ramsey, Jr. sheet rock hangers of Malakoff; City Building Supply of Malakoff; Smith Lumber Co. of Athens; McKee Lumber Co. of Malakoff; Lone Star Electric Co. of Athens; Brown and Warren Painting Co. of Athens; Lone Star Electric of Athens; Gary Motl Plumbing Co. of Athens; Mixon Sign Co. of Tool; King's Brick Layers of Athens; John Register Parking Painting of Athens; Athens Glass and Blind; Ellen Stephens and Don Williams, wallpaper hangers; Payne Marble Co. ; Malakoff Truck and Body; Mosler Safe; Texas Power and Light Co. ; and Anadco Security Co. office area is carpetedThe Carpet House of Malakoff earthtone carpeting, provided carpeting and Malakoff Nur- area has seating for sery and Garden Center added Inn- chairs in dscaping for the entire area. Brick for matching Herculon the exterior of the building was tea also has glass topped provided by Texas Clay Industries of brass ashtrays. The Malakoff. with oriental pic- The business is open Monday through has several silk flowerFridayfrom9a.m. until3:30pm. ts, Judy Seat is branch manager of the in the building are cream local office. a eanvas fabric. _ Directors are Clark Cain, James B. le was held at the new onice Cain, J. T. Forman, Joe Fulgham, Jack ~Oyall Blvd last Thursday Hardee, Charles Hawn, Orland Lun- and the Chamber of Corn- ceford, Joe McGuffey, W. C. Scirratt, Otned the business with rib- Bruce Smith and Eugene Teague. ceremonies. . Officers are Clark Cain, president- and Loan Association, manager; Cathy Chancy, vice in Athens, first opened president-secretary-treasurer; John branch July 1, 1975. Chesley, assistant vice president; and Construction Co. of Athens Rita Gragson, assistant secretary. ers a O S dyfield, a student atcustomers was only a part of the fun at School, was the winner the grand opening as customers were portable television at a served refreshments and given gifts of week during a grand ballpoint pens and banks filled with at First Savings candy. . Malakoff was the It was a busy day at the new office as passbook savings booknew and old customers dropped by for a Iwing. visit and to take a look at the new for visitors and facility. BOOTIIS and a drive-through window will expldite service for new Ist Savings and Loan building on Hwy. 31 east. The A SEATING AREA is provided for customer comfort at the new Ist Savings and Loan office in Malakoff. The area is decorated in shades of oyster and brown with !i'~ ......... ....... i:~J i::i < s~/ i?, The ~!ak0.ff~News, Thurst!ay, A.pri! 9,, ~!981=1:B- been a part of the Malakoff business scene since 1975. (Staff Photo by Lorl Callaway) i i /j oriental paintings decorating the walls. The new office is located on Ilwy. 31 East in Malakoff. (Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) !iii:!:i IT'S WHAT'S HAPPENING 489-11 O0 from... and N, na|a