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"An Through Bible On Tap New Cedar Creek Illustrated Trip the Bible," narrated Mid McKnight is taking each night this week May 4 at the Church in Kaufman. The begins each night at and there will be a 30 minutes of Gospel Sunday from 7 to IcKnight is a native of and a graduate of Christian College. graduation he flew for for three years. He a valid commercial license and some- flies his own plane to released from the he married LaVorise had they began farming South Plains eXas. He received The Award in 1950 honored by the Soil Service for his in introducing legumes the farming program of l section of the state. Life never dull as he taught flew commercially, and preached. Four Mid and during this time. ministry in church has been unique. He has ked with four con- and all of them -doubled in size withine Years. He has never "full-time" with any cet. The Highland me, Texas grew 889 members to 1,973 his work there. r. McKnight has made two to Bible lands. The he stayed there three and made 3,600 agraphs of Biblical He now has pict- every known geo- location in the en- t]ible with the exception ll places. This series of have been developed an "Illustrated Trip the Bible" which has more than 700 The series will begin evening April 27th continue each evening May 4th. Services p.m. The public to see and hear this review of the entire Officers Plan Year Bill Fox Bible. Singing will be directed by Bill Fox of the United Sates Army Chorus. Bill Fox will be directing singing for all of the services of the Kaufman Church of Christ for their meeting April 27 through May 4. There will be a special 30 minutes of Gospel singing each Sunday evening from 7:00 until 7:30. The "Illustrated Trip Through the Bible" begins each evening at 7:30. Fox is a native of Tennessee and a graduate of David Lipscomb College of Nash- ville. He has done graduate work in Vanderbilt and Ab- ilene Christian College. He is married to the former Annette Lee and they have two children. As a student in David Lipscomb he sang in a quartet. After graduation he auditioned for the United States Army Chorus and was accepted. He has sung for this organization for 17 years. Quite often he called upon t6 narrate for programs of the United States Army band. He has been seen on television from Washington, D.C. num- erous times. He is Stationed at Fort Meyer in the Wash- ington area. n i DWIGHT A. JONES, O.D. ! OPTOMETRIST | 202 S. Palestine ] P.O. Box 889 | Closed Wed. Afternoon ] Pho. 675-2697 Athens, Texasl / New officers of the Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club met Monday at the home of President Allieta Bunch in Tool, to discuss plans for the 1975-76 club year and to appoint committee chairmen. Attending the meeting were Lucia McKee, past president of the club; Helen Tuebner, first vice president and pro- gram chairman; Marie Ruth- erfor, secretcry; and Patsy Smith, second vice president and membership chairman. Committee appointments were: Hospitality chairman, Doris Beeman of Enchanted Oaks; Food consultant, Ruby Austin of Island Oaks; Dec- orating, Jan Thorpe of Key Ranch Estates; Projects, Mary Frances O'Dell of Tool; Publicity, Jane Cloyd of Tool; Finance, Lucia McKee, Isle of View; and Corresponding sec- retary, Virginia Stanley. Other committee chairmen will be appointed at a future meeting. [: .z-  _ 'llljl lit'" "  '-:  'l le 5P / /J' An Elizabethan named Banks trained his trick horse so well that he was arrested in Paris for practicing black arts. HELP WANTED NOW! EXPERIENCED SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS Excellent Working Conditions: New air.conditioned, well lighted plant. Excellent Benefits: Major medical, insurance mid by company, paid holidays, paid vacations. Excellent Pay: Top wages plus incentive plan ABERDEEN MFG. CORP. PHONE 932-2173 HWY 175 KAUFMAN Io.,o,,00l Nothingruns likeaDeere N It's fun to stay fit riding a John Deere John Deere tills deep, backs away from fences Wide bolo tines mix and mulch thoroughly to a 7-inch depth. Prepares deep, fine seedbeds and saves hours of hoe work in your garden. A reverse gear lets you back away from fences or tight spots without difficult lifting and turning. For safety you must hold the reverse lever down while backing- release it and all action stops. Choose a 31/z - or 6-hp John Deere Tiller. See us today. Lawn and Garden Tractors See the new 8- to 19.9-hp tractors with handsome styling that encloses the engine for a really quiet ride. Color-coded controls are out of the way, yet handy. Get the full story on these new models at our open house. Riding Mowers New 6- and 8-hp gasoline-powered riders give top performance and durability. The engine is fully enclosed to reduce sound for a quiet ride, And see the super-quiet Electric 90 on display at our open house. Rotary Mowers These 18- and 20-inch mowers feature a unique handlebar mounting to both deck and engine. Gives you a firm, controlled feel - not spongy. Blade and cutting chamber provide ample suction for clean, even mowing. We Service What We Sell! E. & G. Machinery Co. Rocky Ridge Rd. Athens 675-3045 Tyler Hwy. East , tER & DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES i i I Hwy 85 & 274 S.en Points, Texas OWENS FOLGERS ALL GRINDS s179 MRS. BAIRDS Cakes & Pies s/s I BREAST OF CH1C/N Potato Cldps Catsup s May 1, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 3 i - i Prices Etleedv6 Thru AprO 30th to May 4111 KRAFT Grape Jelly Or ]am 99 2 lb. far SUPER SAVE Margarine 9 1 LB. :STONE GROUND Corn Meal 2 LB. BAG KETCHEN FRESH Bread 3/s I 1LB. JACKS ASSORTED Cookies O 3/Sl DLNCAN NNF Cake Mixes ASSORTED 55 IIPIDN Tell LEMON FLAVORED 95 4OZ