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April 17, 1975

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After 34 years away from Malakoff, W.R. Morgan is returning to his home town I NEW SHIPMEh'r Name Brand 1/2 PRICE Tennis Dresses Lo Pm Salts [!i Pants Blouses w Shells & Tops Mix ,& Match Many Special Racks (Way Below Half Price) The Spot Lay Aways Open Thurs. Fri. Sat Store Hours  9:30 to 5:30 Monday Through Saturday Prescriptions Filled 9:00A.M. To 9:00 P.M. Welfare  Medimet Blue Cross Blue Shidd Gibson's Prescription Pharmacy tocoeed in G/bson's Discount Center 6754069 MalakoH Side of Athens where he attended grade school and high school. Mr. Morgan has been employed for 32 years by Exxon. He retired two years ago and moved to Reklaw, but now he's moving back to the el' t.own. Mr Morgan says that the reason le's so smart is that he went to school with Red Waller. Welcome back Mr. Morgan. Delanda Smith of Malakoff Junior High won a public speaking contest in county competition recently. She is one of six from Henderson County who will compete on a district level April 26 at East Texas State University in Commerce. Delanda's topic is "4-H Meets the Challenge." Visiting the Alton Cham- bers family on Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gilliam, Stacy and Rodney of Tool. Jimmy is the new manager of Gibsons at Tool and Wilma Gilliam is a neice ,)f Jo's. Lonnie Simmons entered Tyler Medical Center in Tyler Monday and underwent surgery on Tuesday. He is in room 614. Mdts Meet The I:.SAA Adult A(txisory ('(,) n=ittee met in the lligh ,%'h()(,) l,il)rary .11 April 10, 1,q75, at 3:45 p,)r,, fl)r their r(q.,'U]LIF I)eol iHV. Two letters from th(, )e- .,i()t)lil offices on future pro- !Tali)S were read alld a horl (lis('ussion followed. The com- F,itt(, was adjour)wd until ,,yuid(,lines and apl)licati(m W(')'(' i-(,('eived. 'l'ho(, o11 the committee ar<, M. l,e- art. Mrs. Bessie l,u'&. Mrs. ,Jan Robertso). Mrs. ,h)y Calmer, M). I.\\;V. IL,()wm Mrs. 'l'e)m Talun, lis Tan))ny While. Miss \\;h,ta T)iml)h,. and Mrs. \\; hL,,..;ie l,ee Orr. tsi00 ......... The I':SAA Advis())y Co)- ) HIo(' mlq Thursday, April I0, 1975 for lhei) )ez,ila) velh).v:. Tim mum I)Url)ose of Package Stores WESTERN PACKAGE NO. 1 WESTERN PACKAGE NO. 2 Highway 85 & 274 Gibson Shopping Center "TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU" Seven Points, Texas IGordon's Old Vodka 1/2 gal 80 proof - Vom il Taylor Kentucky Stg. Ikmdmn Whiskey 1/5 86 proof Old 1/2 gal Smugglers 86 proof Blended Scotch Whiskey Old Milwaukee Bottles Case this meeting was for each member to give suggestions on future programs needed according to student interests The meeting was held at 11.30 in the Junior High School I,ibrary. This committee is made up of. Mary Parks. Vicki Smith, tosema)-y Diaz. Stanley l,oggins, Jay Johnson, Meta T)iml)le, Tammy White, Cindy Ashton, llelen Tarver, and sponsor Mrs. Virgie 1,ee art. PTO Camival The Malakoff P.T.O. earn- ival was held Saturday April 12, at the elementary school. The biggest and best carnival yet. Winners of the gifts s- pecially enjoyed themselves. Scan McKean was winner of the head radio. A sixth grader, Rusty Wilson, won the walkie-talkie. Deana Matthews is all ready for camping or slumber parties with her new sleeping bag. The adult gift was also won by elementary students. Kyle Kilman won the electric ice- cream freezer and Ronnie Denis, from the fifth grade, won the fishing pole. Membe of P.T.O. have expressed appreciation to all the parents, teachers, and students who made the fund raising carnival such a big success. Many parents have worked very hard for the past two months preparing for Saturday. Many merchants from Malakoff, Athens. Gun Barrel City and Seven Points donated prizes There were 45 home-made cakes from loving mothers and grandmothers. Nine freezers of home-made ice- cream were consumed hy the crowd.Six big and little clowns helped keep the crowd on their toes. After all bill were paid and the money counted P.T.O. reports this years carnival netted $200 more than last years carnival/ A big "'thank you" to each of you who made this years carnival such a big success, said P.T.O. officers. Donations were recieved from the following Malakoff merchants: Tanners, 1 can S.T.P. oil fiher: llounsels, light hulbs: Drake oil. 2 oil fihers: Kirby's. crystal bowl: ttardy's, ash tray. 2 calendars, blue jeans bag: Fred's Flower Shop, yellow daisies; Leonas Fashion Shop. one necklace and earrings. 1 necklace and bracelet: United Dollar Store, flower arrangement: Phillips Foods, beans, pop corn, gloves, cigarettes: Phillips Appliance, boxes of shot gun shells: Dulaney Auto Supply, two sets screw drivers; Clairs. sewing machine oil: Donell's Fashions. dress and jewerly: Randall Neill, 12 batteries: Stop and Shop. chocolate chips, coffee, dog food: McKee Lunaber, Bracket set: Royall Chevrolete and Buick, eight track tapes: Garden Center Nursery, potting soil; City Building Supply. two screw driver sets; Lola's, wooden placques; lnmon Ford, floormats: Smith Drug, salt and pepper and mustard set. Donations were received from the following Gun Barrel merchants: Den of Wicks, butterfly soap dish and soap; Wash pot, 81b Dry cleaning; Malone's Hobby House, picture; Ruth's Ceramic Studio, dip and chip pinapple dish; Dials Beauty shop, hair spray; Leisure Corner Apsault, scarf; Framers Daughters, oil color set, two pcitures in frames; Linders, childrens ice-cream maker, two six pack plastic goop thingmaker, red wood finish. Donations were received from the following Athens mercahnts: Cambell's Jewerly store, two wall plates; Loyds Print shop, one box ink pens; Fowler's Furniture, two lamps: Perry's, waste basket; Fabric Center. patterns: bennetts Barber Shop, one haircut: Hills Barber Shop, two hair cuts; Henderson's, polo shirt. Mrs. Mattie Thomas has just returned from an eight- day trip to Florida where she isit(,(l her ))(,it'(, and the half-brother of her late hus- l)a)id at Brooker, Fla. She a(t(, the trip with her Imst)a)(t's relatives. Mrs. W(,sh,y Baker and her son of Marshall. Eustace School Vote Results Are Canvassed At the regular school board meeting Tuesday night April 8 the board approved the election results, electing Eddie K. Monroe, tannic Stegall, and Charlie Banner to a three year term. Mrs. Anne Jones met with the board as a new member: she was appointed to fill a vacancy that was created with the resignation of Odell Terrell. With the organization of the board, J.M. McConathy was elected to serve as president. Anne Jones, sec- tary; Eddie Monroe, V. Pres. and Charlie Banner, As- sistant Secretary. Mrs. Johnny, Teague was given a two year contract as elemen tary,,prinipel,, Teacing contract was renewed for JeAnne Perry, Patricia Evans. Susan Hollister, \\;'*xia Bert,fly. Mary ,Jim Y(,u.,:. ]';dith Filwh, 'ranmLv McClintock, Sharon Hoskins, Joyce Smith, Modine Stretcher, Mat Boatwright, Charles Powers, Harvey Ross, Curtis Corley. Ladona Bartmess. Darline Birdsong, Jeanne Webster, Patricia Jones, and Johnny Birdsong. A $1500 amount of Emergency School Aid money was transfered from Local maintenance to the Transpor- tation Fund. The board voted to pay $2 per faculty member for meals for those attending the IGE reading workshop that will be held in Longview April 21, 6 to 8 P.M. A bid from W.I,, Smith to brick the north end of the school building and to pour a concrete walkway was approved. Mrs. Ida Everitt,'Charlene Cravey, and Virgie Nobles were reemployed as cooks; LOTS OF CELLS The body of a man has more than a million million (1,000,000,000,000) cells ac- cording to the World Book Encyclopedia. Do it yourlf framing Complete line of artist suppl,v's Classes in oil & water Carl First color by Malakoff Kindergarten Signup Set Apr. 23-25 Pre-registration for kinder- garten and first grade chil- dren will be held next week, april 23-25 {Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). Reg- istration will be in the Elem- entary school office between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. All-children who will be 5 years old by September 1, 1975, will be eligible to attend kindergarten. Those children who will be 6 years old by September 1, 1975, may regis- ter for first grade. If a child is attending our kindergarten class it will not be necessary for his or her parents to pre-register the child for first grade. Parents are asked to bring their child's birth certificate and health record when they come to register. If a parent does not have a birth certifi- cate or health record at this time. it is still necessary that they come to school and pre-register their child. If you know a child who will be 5 years old or 6 years old by September 1st, and you think the parents do not know about pre-registration, please tell them about our pre-regis- tration next week. All children need to pre-register who will be in kindergarten or first grade so that we can determine the number of teachers and the amount of It's A Gid M), and Mrs. Jerry Faires of Malakoff almounc(, the arrival of an 8 II). 3 oz. haliy .,'irl. l,esha AIIlI. She arrived Ma)-('h 2 a! 11:24 a.m. at C,)icaua ltospital. The 41h,r)la] graidl)art,nts are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields of Malakoff. The paternal )and- ,: .ihe) is Mrs. Malih, Faires ,,f l,uikil>. Two R'reat-grand- +::()th(,rs are Mr s . Mable S: ith of Malakoff and Mrs. I,oltie (;h)'(u" of l,ufkin. materials that will be needed for next year. This is ex- tremely important. Parents who live in another school district and want their children to attend Malakoff school must complete transfer papers by April 30th. Trans- ter papers may Malakoff lligh school must be returned to the] school office by April If additional needed, you mav call Malakoff 489-0313. LUMBER PAINT HARDWARE SERVICE "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open 'tif 4:O0 Safurday " W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hiway 31 East Phone Malakoff 489-0527 Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C.M. Tinney, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Athens At Kirby's for tho Ladies IN PERSONALITY Dress Shoes in Colors Navy - Bone - Black and White. BIG 00"'s149s to SITS CHOICE OF Ladies THE Sandles SEASON'S MOST POPULAR STYLES IN HI BROWS Dress - Red - Black - White - Brown Tan to s179s to SlO Ladies IN VELVET-STEP AND PERSONALITY Oxtords Nurses Shoes Sl0 to s159s FOR Men's Nationalb/ Advertised EVERY Dress Shoe00 MEMBER Values tn:;'2,4195 OF , .__One Large Group THE FAMILY Ideal For Spring and Summer and Year Around NUNN BUSH Men's Colors of Tan - Navy - Black Brown and Beige s269s to s359s Children's to Sll 9s Men's CITY CLUB Dress Browns. Blacks, Burga dy Patents and Leathers sits to s26 Boy's Dress Colors Black and Brown and White to S ,i, 5I]I0t B. & J. C n t r 432-3476 si. 1919 J' Department Te,y Street Malakoff, Texas