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13 Enter Queen Cont&apos;est ********************************************************i,,,,...-- - -- • • ,,', -Thirteen contestants are Stacv Simmons, the reign- be Mrs. Cager Wilkins ot ---- A ll • " "  U llll  •  HI ill entered in the 1976 Hender- ing queen will preside over Troup, Mrs. Floyd Wagstafl: 1 li l L i'll • J • J  r__ I1 i I/qlll : son County Livestock Show activities till she crowns the of Tvler, and Mr. Ravmond [lllli •  • l P"  i i • 1 i i "ql ilW Queens Contest. The contest 1976 queen. Tea,ue of Jacksonvilie. , ...... "  -- -- ; will begin at 9 p•m., Thurs- The new queen will receive Malakoff FFA Chapter is dav, April 22 in the rodeo atrophv, be featured on the sponsoring , Miss Lisa. A ell 44 arenalocatedon the Hender- inside cover of next year's Hughes. Lisa s parents are: Aprnu LL . son Countv Fairgrounds, catalogue and be entered in Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. • three miles east of Athens on the Tops in Texas RCA Hughes of Athens. Lisa is a . • dAO/_ OA|UA6Af ............. n senior at Malakoff High . AO/  • _L___ I VV/O lrg]r;lua rn nwav x. JacKsonvliie Re(leo uee s Ye I IIII F/ lwIVd_l'1_r . tlg .... . ..... . " "- " in . vv/ --V-lV.-w=  -, A Contest as Ducness zrom cnool and nas meress .  I Am =m, A  mm  == m mmm . Henderson Countv• The swlmmmg," • horseback riding,, "I  ]t runner-up will receive a tennis, and water skiing., --m-= mb.,,=. -- .1 pANT 00nnlT00 . PIANO SHOP trophv and all other partici- Lisa is a varsity cheerleader  I==l'OT 4 II l"llll . . IIIFM llF . • . ants will receive a remem- and was selected Miss Mala-  -- m kltm  P • • Jr -,=w-- _  __..=w • Repalrlne brance, accordmg to Lois koff High School. She plans  -- -- i i dl dlh • -- -- Lewis, superintendent of the to attend college and become  ' 1 ' "700 : queen's contest a coach - 1 • Teaching . Judges for the contest will Mabank Junior High ; lllllI I k I  II 1 E • • i  -.Da;nlqthln’1 FHA Chapter's entry, is. 3rr.00lXL3 _ . niann'"'m8 i m . Miss Lorrie Ann Gilbert. t "=-. --. . /x _ /---/'.  /I.1"f ' iamnaal Lorrie is the 15 vear old * %'/\\;/''3(// Pianos Bought and Sold ..,...vu. a.gteo Mr.o(ndbM;l . : q'w/ ' V ",/'/ "  ml  JlJl tVL• U1lDer[ OZ WI O . . " PI Horseback riding, track, t  O u, ,o, e..o.b,. TIDS Set basketball, swimming, .  | O0  Polyester T A   * mi'  - " Malak0ff Hw- 31 _ r ---. • dancing, roller skating, and X.  .... "  V V € 3 ,es i-as 01 , Y" IllP rtllqlid rodeo's are her major,  PANTS • 489 1317 I 131 ILtlllllb hobbies. : A .....  A • = . • Miss Linda Phillips is the  Local residents are losmg 15 year old dau°'hter of Mr  PETITE TALL AVERAGE  __ up to $100,000 annuallv due  ....  ...... of "  %\\; mm, - • ........ " __ anu Ivtrs. t,•. t'mmps _  /o Polyester ........ °uil"°":":tu2 aShkfPa i 1 00% Polyester : [ M'U" State wide this figure jumps ":" ......... horseback [ [ I IUWl# to $15 to $20 million vearlv, mr anu .Kes . .. I@  [ I I I I / "dram' / A X  l   A Home Maintenance and riding, gardeninu:cee.r Z :  € !.111 O '1=€  9 R < • III  You Remodeling Clinic is set for rag: d:::m:utdoo r s,rts * _ O rlI I I  k" v  : ---- h hni l ...........  • May 10th at t e Tec ca . /:..m. [ I \\; • /  .... .-. t H C J C It Linda plans to attend Baylor ///// V  " im  • Mnrd uu(llng a_ ^ • • • . University and major in law• . - /'/ ^  : " 1Eilll.t[[lll IIbUlU oegins at '#:o p•m. Tne c.^lsowo..ldliketo,arti.  P/i/ . . / .^tx ./'  \\; " ill The si  • • The Mabank FFA Chap-  0 !.  i Wood replacement ,n ........ 100 Polvesten • m__ , ..__. -etow0000 = = ="'a=v" " " [IB  I I#IPI Texas homes, uu " ear ol(t "-"   L=LIOLm a^stro- in- fun °d and Johnson, the 15 y - t OZ  .... &.A.  A  mmmmm atom I • • mL mmm I/ ermis accounts" for an daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : i UU o roy€=,--=, 11   T l IL_I • • • ]- , "lll!t-- .... BobStrvker Horseback rid- ,, U / • : estimated $5 minion of the • " "•  skatin- "rI 4  • IE Ill[ lb. 11 " " • Ing, swimming, ano K home losses. Costly mum- . , " . Y r are her favorzte hobbms F Donnells tenance due to.p emature Tammv is active in the :TAN K 1-(=]I1' L88 paint failures anu unsightly wzn " Sixteen "uadrill • • • ""  " g  r wood crackmg, warpmg and Is Having An After-Easter Sale Te , , JUNIOR AND am band and numerous • nail popping accounts for the sports. She has hopes of one " emaining millions of dollars day becoming a coach. "F R E E LAYAWAYS • The Very Latest Fashions Glasgow asks for your vote in the election on May 1st. He has had 15 experience in law enforcement and is proud of his relationship with the people of the county. elected he pledges fair, honest, and law enforcement to all the people. like to see each of you personally, since this is going to be impossible, he take this means for thanking his for their encouragement and support. would appreciate the vote of all voters of Henderson County. Ad Paid For By Pat Glasgow, Rt. 1, The clinic is to be conducted by Chuck Stayton. Area Wood Products Specialist with the Texas Agricultural Exten- sion Service. He will discuss topics on do's and don'ts of building; buying wood, proper storage, painting and handling; wood decay, termite infestations; paint failures, cracking and nail popping. [Political Advertisement paid for by Jane Taylor' Jane Taylor Announces For Office Jane Taylor, currently chi deputy in the county clerk s office, has announced her candidacy for the office of county treasurer. Mrs. Taylor has served three years in the county clerk's office and before that served three years in the county tax assessor-collector's office, where she was also chief aeeYattended the University of Texas at Austin and Henderson County Junior College and has had employment as a bookkeeper in other places. Mrs. Taylor is married to County Service Officer Richard A. Taylor. She was born and raised in Athens, and after her marriage lived in various places while her husband was a career serviceman in the United States Air Force. She is the daughter of the late Frasier Holland, who was county tax assessor-collector here for many years. "I feel that I am qualified for the job and would appreciate the confidence and support of the • people of Henderson County," Mrs. Taylor said Wednesday. Mrs. Taylor and her husband are the parents of two sons and have four grandchildren. ,ect JANE (HOLLAND)- TAYLOR OOUNTY TREASURER NENDERSON OOUNTY MAT 1 If elected I will make every effort to con- duct your treasurer's office in the most efficient manner possible. Pol. Adv. Pald by Jane Taylor, Rt. 1, Athens, Texas 7S751 Cayuga 4-H has entered  Miss Diana Renee Gallegos.. Diana is 14 years of age and . enjoys horses, sports, cook- ing and sewing. Diana is the c[aughter of Mr. and Mrs. t Ravmond Gallegos of Mala-  koff. Diana is a freshman  t student at Cayuga High  School. She plans to attend college, but is not sure what . major she wants to pursue. t  Mis Victoria Martin, a 14 vear old Eustace student is sponsored by the Eustace 4-H Club. Exhibiting live- stock, painting, sewing, and cooking are listed as her main hobbies• Victoria is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin of Eustace. Victoria is an "A" student active in sports and church activities• Victoria exhibits Polled Hereford heifers at most of the major livestock shows of Texas as she will be doing at the local show. Other entries include: Trissa Tulles, Blackjack 4-H Club; Cheryl Johnson, Athens FFA; Cherie Foster, Happy Days 4-H Club; Teresa D. Clampitt, Red Rose FHA Chapter; Natalie Kindred, Pioneer 4-H Club, and Kay Lewis, Brownsboro FHA. Ears Pierced 24 Kt. gold-coated Surg- ical Stainless Steel Studs furnished. 12.50 ,qtD.i, r-'J,=a, w., s,o, o, su..E PHONE 675-4181 II III iii I i i i " ... THE WOMAN FOR THE JOB ..." tiPS TIME FOR A ONANGE" .20 YEARS OFFICE EXPERIENCE KNOWLE DGEABLE About the Problems • CAPABLE Of Doing the Job ELEOT Helen Stephens Tax Assessor- Oolbo Pd. P0l. Ad by Helen Staphqms N0 Jame Athams, T4& MISSUS SIZES NU-FASHIONS Located On Hwy.85 and 274 We Accept Seven POINTS 6 STS7|HEAAFRR2 FAE0 HEAO RR 2 ATHENS TEXAS ............... i!-.%#1 THE BILL OF RIGHTS Article II A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. Your right to keep o gun to protect yourself, your family and your friends is one of the most voluoble rights you hove in this world. FRd Head FRED HEAD is o member of the National Rifle Assoc. He hos stood "steody ond sure-footed" ond has spoken out effectively ond repeatedly in fovor of YOUR right tokeep your guns, without any type of registrotion or other government interference. FRED HEAD has worked to strengthen Texas' criminal lows to protect our law-abiding people. The only kind of gun control he favors is stiff jail sentences for criminals. STATE REPRESENTATIVE FRED HEAD hos taken o firm stand on the issue of gun control. Please help him continue his determined efforts to protect our valuable rights. WORK AND VOTE MAY 1st TO RETURN FRED HEAD TO AUSTIN "IYS the Next Best Thing To Going Yourself." FRED AND SONS, FRED, JR. AND MIKE Pd. Pol. Adv. by Fred Head, Route 2, Athens, Tx. [] l