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1U,--The Mslekoff News, Tbundsy, April TRINIDAD VOLUNTEER FIREMEN spent Saturday morning training to use the "Jaws of Life" rescue equipment. The new tool allows quick access to victims trapped in wrecked vehicles. (Photo by Bob Rounsavall) Pluto is no longer the most distant planet from the sun. In 1978, it and Neptune exchanged places. They change again in March, 1999. Insurance . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto .Commercial Malakoff JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 m i , i i - , -"~ FIEI) * SEED * SUI'PI,IES KENNETH I,EWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-288J or OWNER WFST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 ., i,ll __ i u, i i , l i "Mother's Day" Special FREE Monogram of your choice on each item with a regular purchase price of $1S'or more. OR 1/2 PRICE Monogram of yQur choice on each item with a regular purchase price of $5 to $15. Sale Ends Sat., April 30th. 218 S. Palestine "in Mr. Earrs Beauty Salon" Athens 675-6773 Open Tues.-Fri. 9:30-5 p.m. Sat. 9:30-2 p.m,. I I I IIIIIIII * SHOW from page I halter, pony class; Howard Nell, 4th place, barrells (13 & under), 3rd place, poles (13 & under); Paige Surls, 6th place, jr. gelding-halter, 4th place western pleasure (14 & over), 5th place, western horsemanship (14 & over); Jody Hyde, Livestock Show Princess. Cross Roads FFA Chapter-Tony Pryor, Grand Champion Simmental Bull, Grand Champion Bull of Show; Craig Billings, Reserve Grand Cham- pion Bull, of other breeds class, 2nd place heifer, other breeds class; Kevin Mattingly, Grand Champion English breed bull, 1st place, dairy heifer, 3rd place, dairy heifer, 3rd place, English breed heifer and also placed with quail; Danny Hughes, Reserve Grand Cham- pion, game bird male, 5th place, game bird female, 2nd place, rabbit, 5th place, rabbit; Tonya Tally, 2nd place, English breed, heifer; Randy Hinds, 1st place, Simmental heifer, 2nd place, Simmental heifer; Lee Hull, 3rd place, Brahman female; Chris Hope, 3rd place, dairy heifer; Robby Robertson, 3rd place, shop project; Donnie Mosley, 2nd place, rabbit, 6th place, rabbit; Loren Schussler, 4th place, rabbit, 6th place, rabbit. Cross Roads 4-H Club-Christy Leopard, 4th place, brahman non- registered bulls; Kevin Mattingly, Grand Champion Bull, English Breed bull, Class I; Cindy Birdwell, Reserve Grand Champion, English breed, female, Class I; Kevin Mattingly, Class III; Audry Davis, 5th place, steer. Being thrown free in an accident is 25 times more dangerous, 25 times more lethal. If you're wearing your safety belt, you're far more likely to be con- scious after an accident--to free your- self and help passengers. ORD SCOR, 9,9% A.P.R. FORD MUsTANG 9.9% A.P.R. ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE LOWER YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS '11 9% Annual Percentage Rate on all of today's new '82 and 83 cars and light trucks except '83 Thunderbirds. Take delivery by March 31. Limit one per qualified retail Duyer, Dealer participa- tion may affect consumer price FORD RANGER FORD BRONCO FORD LTD FORD THUNDERBIRD 13.5% A.P.R. NOW! LOWER MONTHLY PAYMENTS! COME IN TODAY... Athens 303 W. Royall Blvd. Malakoff 675-5566 Malakoff 489-0506 4-H'ers to Henderson County 4-H Club members will participate in the Northeast District 4-H Roundup and Rifle Contest Saturday at Kilgore College :and Longview High School. The event will determine individuals and teams in the senior division from the 19-county district which will compete in the State 4-H Roundup in June at Texas A&M University. Included in this year's roundup is a compete at Kilgore . College at 10:30 a.m.. The two top senior teams or in- dividuals in most events will be eligible to compete in the State 4-H Roundup. project show where 4-H members can exhibit items relating to their 4-H projects. Awards will be given to all entries with the top three entries in each class being designated. Check-in time is 8:30 a.m. with all competition beginning at 9 a.m.. The rifle contest will be conducted in Longview High School's indoor rifle range. All other contests are scheduled at Kilgore College. Participating in the event from Henderson County will be George Brown, Cheryl Valentine, Kyle Cain, Victorio Rockmore, Audry Davis, Tonya Bishop, Julie Edwards, Derrick Bruton, Bryon Hood, Julie Clayton, Elizabeth Perry, Kris Lohrke, Dusty Abney, Bill Hughes, Shane Pruitt, Justine Lookadoo, Michelle Lookadoo, Ashlie Moore, Janice Hood, Julie Bragg, Denise Walker and Kathleen Cain. Others participating are Scot Bouner, Allen Rummel, Brad Rummel, Keno Brown, Harold Madis and Michelle Long. An awards program will be con- ducted in Dodson Auditorium at Kilgore All types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Store J&J Package Store We Sell the Best and Drink the Rest 489@575 F.M. 90, Cane/City & Atlas Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 anner 1 IO E. Miteham, EXX()N 489-1 Add sparkle to dress Add "sparkle" to your current war- drobe -- with accessories, trims or fabrics of metallic colors such as gold, bronze, pewter or silver, suggests Becky Saunders, a clothing specialist. |W tram The MOBILE HOME OWNERS Believe OUR POLICY Can Help WARD OFF EVERY CONCEIVABLE LOSS And Are PARTIAL To OUR LOW-COST PACKAGE Of PROTECTION! , to the inning office number will be Administration Bldg. 107 Jackson FLEEI14/COD" Inl il Friday, April 29th; Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st. icrowave, with purchase of Model No. 22856 with purchase of Model No. 22736 Manufactor representatives will be here to answer any and all of your questions Refreshments will be Served 2 miles East of Malakoff on HwY. 489-1163 Betty Weaks, Gerald & Jan Countr/man Wilderness & Cimarron Recreational Vehicles by Fleetwood Manufacturing