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@ | I WEEKLY The Mslnk News, Thursday, April 14,1N 4A Kim Beasley named to Weed control in hay meadows is the partteipants of derson Center near Palastbm to the Calculator and Chris Non:is was Sth in critical, says Dr. Sire Reeves, Jr., ey events fromDistrict Contest. The following students Journalism. )I traveled to An- participated: Spelling, Teresa Webb, The students were directed by the agronomist for the Texas Agricultural Clifton Nichols and Jennifer Anders; following sponsors, Sandy Knight, Extension Service. The first cutting of Church Number Sense, Jennifer Janke and Shorthand; James Norton, Typing; bay should be the best if proper Randy Lee; Typing, Melisea Branch, Number Sense and Calculator, Tom management practices are used. Weed vnval Sharon Green, Margaret Costlow,Wylie; Spelling, Barbara Steward; control eliminates competition for Norman AIhton and Darinda Hen- Ready-Writing, Prose and Poetry by moisture and soil nutrients and gives st Church will be nemme; Poetry, Manay Smothers and Jewell Cotton, who is also the U.I.L. tbe producer the opportuntty to produce &trvicesatthetrchur- Lucflla Johnston; Journalism, Chris Coordinator for tlm Literary Events. a high quality hay for winter feeding, lf re.day, April 24 through Mrs. Cotton maid that the students did the hay meadows have not been fer- '1127. Nerris; El~ady WrIU~I, Kelly Quinn, Chris Norris and Chris Turner; a great job. "We feel so fortunate to tilized yet, the chore should be eom- w/ll begin at 7:30 p.m. Calculator, Brenda Hoyt, Jennifer have these students who wish to cam- pleted within the next two weegs. f the revival services Janke and Harold Holyfleld; Prose, pete in the literary events. It is a great Reeves says that producers may opportunity for them to express them- delay fertilizing permanent pastures Kelly Quinn; Shorthand, Micheleselves in the speaking and writing even- until after the spring flush of growth is Truer of Canton andAshloek. will be in charge of the M/chele Ashlock placed 2nd in Shor- ts and also a good experience to com- over. This will extend the fertilizer fur- thand and will compete in the regional pate in these academic areas." ther into the summer and delay the is cordially invited to at- tournament in Bonham. Kelly Quinn "As coordinator for these events, I immediate expenditure for fertilizer Parkview is located placed 2rid in Prose and will also cam- want to express my thanks and Field of the future services were held 12, 1983 at 2 p.m. for hit 2 month old son n Whitley of Trinidad tley of Arkansas. held at Post Oak the Rev. Dan Baler of- was born January 12, 1983 e died Sunday, April 10, at . lical Center in Athens. in addition to his parents rolher, Samuel Wayne rinidad; paternal gran- h hitley of Arkansas; nd rents, Mrs. Joann icb,ria and Charles and of Malakoff. Home of Malakoff believe that the |te Is the driven Xecutive, that's not Although a specific ulcers Isn't known, play a role. A -. Uncing the formation ! new additional I groups: [ s Growth Grou !' . en' P [ s Growth Group [ FmlLY Ore for the group to Weekly for 8 weeks. TOPics will include: Setting Irna Management ertiveness Skills -aPing With Stress , r,.e ing Your it'Esteem Oup will provide an I. " rtunity to ' . achieve I " nol growth. For additional Information, call II purchases. Some home gardeners are having problems getting seed to germinate. One reason may be that the soil tem- perature is still too cold for many warm season crops to germinate. Gardeners must be patient and wait until the soil temperature is warm enough for the to germinate and the plants to grow. Cool season crops should be growing fairly well at this time. -- II II IIII II NTU honor Kimberley Ann Beasley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley of Malakoff, was named to the fall semester honor roll at North Texas State UniverIlty. Dr. Robert ToulouH, vice president for academic affairs at North Texas State, released the list of 1,310 students from the total enrollment of 18,500. Miss Beasley received a grade average of 3.5. I III I I want to thank this neighborhood for the sales and use of for the past 30 years. and Pine Streets pate In the Regional co, teat. LucKla congratulations to the students who Johnson was named Alternate in placed and to the others who cam- A national Gallup poll shows that Poetry, Harold Holyfleld viseed 5th in pated." computer careers are the number one She also thanked the sponsors who choice of male high school students. e8 Malakoff nccompa ed the students and served Financial rewards and excitement of as graders, Rosemary McMullen, a computer career are the most linear- School Menu James Norton and Sandy Knight. tant factors. For Septic Tanks, Lagoons April 18- April 22 Non-caustic and non-poisonous Monday: Corn dogs with mustard, (, STARTS Septic Tank & Grease Trap Action baked beans, tossed salad, peach slices, STOPS Grease Trap & Septic Tank Odors milk. QUALITY CARE AT SPECIAL PRICES UNTIL 4/30/83 CLEANS Clogged Drain Field Lines Tuesday: Salmon croquettes, cole ~ ~ I~ CROWNS(porc/metal) ....... $ 198 PARTIAL DENTURE slaw, pinto beans, cornbread, cherry I 3or morn, each .......... $ ]80 Acrylic ........ $ 190 CLEANS Clogged Garbage Grinders cobbler, milk, ~/ ] t ! i 3-unit Bridge (P/M) ........ $ 540 Cost-Frame .... $ 280 The Most Valuable Part Of Your Bacteria Is G0ne When You Have It Pumped! Wednesday: Pepperoni and hot !~i Crown ALL teeth ......... $5500 Precision ...... $1200 cheese sandwich, garden salad, french "~ ~ "'~ I (Gold avoik)ble at extra cost) FULLO O" S y a fries and catsup, jello with fruit, milk. ~ ~ ROOTCANALIcana, ...... $ 80 Economy ...... $325 Mane ack Guarantee 2 canals .................. $ 120 Custom ....... $ 460 Thursday: Meat loaf with tomato 3 canals .................. $ 150 Deluxe ........ $ 720 sauce, blackeyed peas, fried okra, car- ORTHODONTICS $200 down and $50 per month (retainer $75) AIs0, Anaer0bicul eliminates odors, nbread, pineapple upside down cake, DENTAL INSURANCE: Pay Your Port and We Bill the Insurance milk. For You. Financing iAvoiloble Upo~ Credit Approvoll Friday: Hamburgers, french fries NOW sold at $6.95 lb. with catsup, lettuce, tomato, pickle 10% DISCOUNT I CALL US NOW! I WRITTEN ESTIMATE slices, orange half, milk.jR. HiGH & HIGH SCHOOL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS1675 51 O11 ,ooo~e~,o,~00~, Baskets served with french fries * Hamburgers , Corny dogs BATTLES FAMILY DENTAL CENTER * Hot dogs * Submarine sandwiches Bobby C. Bottles, DOS "^~o. From ,he .ospJfo," 3]0 Linsey tn Athens 4 9m0891 Hwy. 31 W. Malakoft * Occasional specials ..... ii:> to see it RICK BROWN District Manager United Telephone Company of Texas It's attitudes like Rick's that make United Telephone Company of Texas work even better for you. Distr!ct Manager Rick Brown is unique because he's a people person. Whether he's workin with his employees to solve a cruc=al problem, or talking with Wayne Mackley about a community project; Rick is always giving 100% no matter what the need is. it's nice to know that Rick Brown is playing a vital role for you, our customer, and to you, our neighbor. So next time you see District Manager Rick Brown in town, or out on the job, you can feel sure that he's doing hgs best for United Telephone Company of Texas, and you. On the job, or in the community, people can count on United Telephone Company of Texas District Manager Rick Brown. n United Telephone of Texas "i :i ;I