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Types Automotive Automotive Parts Store Serctce Open Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. B. F. Goodrich & Atlas Tires ...************EXXON 110 E. Mitcham, Malak0ff ***lWW 489-1292 Beef.... $1.18 lb. Fore Qtr .... $1.08 lb. Hind Otr.... $1.48 lb. Beef Loins.. $1.68 lb. Cut & wrapped to your specification i NO Extra Charge .;, .......... ,.)! ,..y ! i ........... Y: .... . , ; ....... f Phone4891089 HW.90 CaneyCity 3 Open 7 7 l.m. to midni A special Malakoff Bike-A-Than to benefit the North-East Texas Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is scheduled for Saturday, April 23, at the Roping Pen on N. Smith Street. The event is open to everyone who wishes to help support the fight against cystic fibrosis which, among genetic Aggie engineers building auto tractor Texas A&M University agricultural engineers are developing an automated tractor system that could tell a farmer when to slow down or even shift gears to conserve fuel. The research conducted by Texas A&M's Agricultural Engineering Department is part of an effort to help farmers improve energy efficiency, reduce their costs and lower con- sumers' grocery bills. The researchers are connecting a complex network of sensors to a tractor for measuring such things as fuel flow, forward travel speed and the amount of power that's being produced. diseases, is the leading cause of death and disability in children and young adults. Youngsters with cystic fibrosis may be smaller than their peers, tire more easily and be frequently out of breath. They may have persistent coughs, but the illness is not contageous. There is no cure at present for the disease, which affects approximately one in every 1,800 births. According to Ken Jones, chairperson, those who wish to participate can ob- tain sponsor sheets from Hardy's Pharmacy or Malakoff Prescription Shop in Malakoff. Participants should solicit pledges for relatives, friends or their neighbors for a minimum of 10 per mile. The total amount to be collec- ted from the sponsors after the event will be based on the number of miles each participant completes. Registration for the bike-a-than begins at the roping pen, with the event to get underway by 9 a.m. The bike-a- than will be conducted on a 2-mile cour- se to the Malakoff Cemetery and back to the roping pen. Jt~ I, $Msltw $PEAKIK THE TRUTH in LOVE , Inmm told his dbdphn In Matt ll:ll that be I llnl to beild his church. At. its' his death, budd and rummetinn, mmd in Ads 2:47 on the day of Pen- We welcome you to worship with us at the MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST 419 N. Martin Worship 10:30 s.m. 6:00 p.m. Sundays " Malakoff IIII I III RENDi CALLAWAY, daughter of Lori and Larry Callaway, celebrated birthday March 21, 1983 with a party at Malakoff Day Care Center. children enjoyed cake, ice cream, punch and a special visit from Clown. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) O O DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasmg YOU Pleases Us' 611 Hi&4mlq 31 East 4a~1533 Mt and Mrs Bud Dulaney OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malakoft TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 Intorflrd hnk Malakoff McKEE LUMBER CO. L Ran 44 Z7 JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489-0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Twff 489-0512 Mr: and Mrs. Jerry Garrison Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Mark Luke Luke / Corinthmns 10:1.11 24,'13-3524'50.53 15.'1-11 Thursday Friday Saturday Romans Romans Romans 9:1,29 9:30 10'5-21 10:4 MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST I. Sb~fe, iinkte' BIIde Itmly ..................... 9:~e.m. Imldly ~1 Woeshtp ....... is:Is a.m. ly ~v~dng Worship ........ I:~ p.m. Wodm~y serHee ............. e:~ p.m. W~mmday I~dl~ Bible ~sa.. lli:~d a.m~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF WHIInm iliamim, Pastor I~tday seseol .................. 9:~a.m. Ihm~y M~lflnl Wl~lhip ....... It tee a.m. ly tevulnl Werehlp ........ 1 :~ p.m. Wedmm41ay Wet=hip ............. ~:eep.m. Gidb &uxUIm'y, ~mdey ......... e: ~ p.m. WMU, Tmmd~y ................. I:00a.m. Ct~Pm~: ly, CelebrsUou ........... e:ee P~m; WndMmlay. Young Musicians. ~:~p.m4 8unda~ Adult Choir ........... 8:00 p.m. Wednesday. Music Makers .... 7:00 p.nt, PARKVIEW MI881ONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Prom lye.........; ....."... #:~=.a~. Immby M~W~ ....... ze:~, a.m. BIm4sy levmbll Warship ........ I:U p.m. W~y Nlpt: -- ~fll~A.. ;.. ..... . .............. ~:45 p,m; lilm~ml .................... e:4Sp.m, Ww~k~ ~wvlee... !.. ........ ;:=0p.m: ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH I~. WJL Udm, Im~ Temporarily st 731 E. Tyhw (Car~ & ~ Chlpll) This is 601 ~eadow Lane -- someone's dream- house on the way to fulfillment. Yet the poet reminds us that no house becomes a home the minute a family moves in It takes a heap of Bvln' I And something more it takes, Our Irving needs the firm undergirding of faith in God, Our days require aim and purpose which religious conviction alone can in- spire. Down the hilt is a vital center of this community. At the neighborhood church scores gather each week tar worship, for spiritual renewal. -- r J J J ~ Just you watch. One morning severer months hence youll see the family Irom 601 Meadow Lane head down the hill to worship. And you'll know some- one's d~eamhouse is on the way to becoming their dreamhome, MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH f~ ltu~/Ckmnts, Pastor 8uoday se~l ................. 10:0#a.m. Mm'n~g Wc~r~hlp .............. lhNa.m. Eveninl WoNhlp ................ 6:30 p.m. Wodm~dsy Chancel Choir ....... 7:30 p.m. United Methodist Women meet Znd and 4th Momlays .......... Z:~0 p.m. FFF meets IsS and grd Tue~ayst I tee a.m. MALAKOFF AKSEMBLY OF GOD Ken Jones, Paster Sn~ly ~hool .................. 9:45 a.m. 8tmday Merning Wmhip ....... 10:45 a.m, 8umia y Evening WoNhlp ........ 7:00 p.ll~ Wednesdny Mid.week Service... 7:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Lynn EMile, rasto~ 8umlay 8chool ................. 10tee a.m. W~.ehip 8~rvlce ............... tl:eea.m. ly Night ................... s:ee p.m. Wodnelday Nighs ............... 1:30 p.m. CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH HmClm hm ,ly Mm'niag Worship ........ 9:00 a.m. Sundsy School ................. 10:1~ a.m. BlbJe 8tody ..................... 9:30 p.m. Gmlmi sial~q Every Znd Friday ~ menth ...... ? :14J p.m. CIIRIffllAN SCIENCE 8OCIETY all L T)4w ~ 101 Athem 675-7397 ............................. I~LIL l~ht deect m~ ................... 7'JlO ~.m. TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRI8T DonlJd R. h, Ministe 81today 8ghooi .................. e:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Wm'=hip ....... 10:30 a.m. seaday ~vmdag Weesldp ........ 1:00 p.m. Sunday se~le Service ............ |:30p.m. Wednesday Mid-week ........... ?: 30 p.m. Wednesday, Lsdlea Bible Class. le:~ a.m." CALVARY BAPTIST (~HURCH OF TRINIDAD Bill Wideen, Minister , Sunday School .................. I1:~ i.m. 8unda~ Morning Worship ....... 10:45 Lm. senday Traiain8 service ........ I:ee p.m. Sunday Evenins Wmlldp ........ T tee p.m. Wednesday Worsldp ...... ., ...... ?: ~0 p.m. Auzlllary, Wedne~h=y ...... ~ .... ItS0 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD Denny Bdw, llinlst~ Sunday School .................. 11:48 a.m. 8u~y l~lnI Wlmlhip ....... I 1: ee l.m, 8tmdsy Eveniq Worship ........ 1 :ee p.m. Wednesday ..................... T:0@p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD senday Selmei .................. I:~ a.m. Sunday M~ulog Wet =hip ....... 10:1;0 a.m. Sumiay Evenlag WoeMdp ........ |tee p.m. UMYF .......................... 1:46 p.m. Fellowship Supper 4th Wednmdsy ................ t:30 p.m. Ladles Bible Study, TNl~y~ .... St)0 a.m. ST. JUDE'S MI881ON ftllw LL i servitors held at lather Lane at Hwy, ts ~yM~a .................... 8IN e.m. 8undnysehwl Imm~il~t~y a~ mN McCoors Dept. Store ~9.1512 lack McCool THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Lea Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 E, 489-0991 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sum-Thurs. 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat. 8 to 8. ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Ropll Blvd. 489-0891 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE lOG N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 irl, Jlff Holiklm Henderson County Junior College Rodeo Club will be sponsoring an Open Rodeo April 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m. each evening. The event will be held at the Hender- son County Rodeo Arena, Hwy. 31 E. three miles east of Athens. Stock producer will be Randy Forrester of Poynor. Special attraction will be Tom Self, trick roper. Tickets will be $2 for children 12 and under. Books will be open Thursday, April 13 and 14 from1 3:30 p.m. at 675-6354 or from p.m. at 778=2679. For more information Henderson County Junior Rodeo Club in Athens. O ents s Sally Arnold, daughter of the late Boyd and Tess Sharp and gran- ddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bartlett, St. of Malakoff, has been dub- bed "the listener" on her CB handle. Affectionatly called "Sgt. Sally," Belton High School's security officer Sally Arnold has spent six years obser- New books arrive at Malakoff Library The Malakoff Public Library has received 160 new adult books and 165 easy and junior books, ccording to Librarian Mrs. J. A. McLain. All of the new books are on the shelves and ready for use. The Library is seeking help from parents of children from first through sixth grade to volunteer with the Sum- mer "Arts and Craft" program. The program usually begins the second week of June and ends at the close of July. The Library will not have the assistance of C.E.T.A. students for the entire summer and the program will not be offered if sufficient help is not acquired. There were 25 children participating in the program last year, one day a week. ving Belton's teenagers Lord wants me to serve recent interview. Mrs. Arnold became at Belton school when the campus high school was built. "During the first year campus, two opposing which were inclined to reed," she explained. "Because I was out on the, area I handled the disrUl distributing marshmellows them to settle their paces." Mrs. Arnold is also dealing with drug school campus, but was when four students on-drugs," a move she "the power of prayer". Although Mrs. are grown and now living the United States, she that "the Lord has blessed bigger family," at Belton At last count, the Commerce estimates there IS million business United States. Many of these businesses. In fact, about every four American played by a small business. CONCERNED ABOUT THE RISING COST OF AUTO 6.// irlllliy $11l ,,Vii II YOU Allstate Insurance Company, Northbrook, Illinois * Subject to quoliflcoflons ond coverage requirements. Not available In certain areas. 226 E. Royall Blvd. 489-2341