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pe 6- MALAKOFF NEWS- May 6, 1976 Tiger Growl !j Edited By. Malakott High Iournalism Class :" L:i.;.;.;..:::.:e.e..:.:.:.: :.:.'............ -,..... ..... . ,,..,,, ...... ,, ,..........*..............:..; ..... : ...... ;.: The Rogers Report By Benny Rogers Okay everyone polish up those boots, get out the cowboy hat and groom the horse because it's rodeo time in Malakoff once again. The annual Malakoff FFA rodeo will be held this weekend at the arena south of town. A David Scheibe is state bound in track competition. Scheibe took first place in 100 yard dash and a second in the 220 to gain an invitation to the state meet, May 14-15 in Austin. The sprint relay team of Mike Givens, David Kelly, Larry Graves and Scheibe finished parade will kickoff a week- sixth and did not qualify for end of rodeo action this the state meet. The regional MEMBERS OF THE UIL day. Members of the cast are Friday at 5:30 p.m. The meet was held at Sam One-Act play cast performed left to right, Susie Walker, parade will start at the Houston High School in for the MalakoffElementary Nathan Leonard, Greg Sul- elementary and circle Arlington last Saturday. and Jr. High schools Tues- livan, Ronnie Brown, Gall through the downtown area. 12 SCHOOL DAYS nightR°deoacti°nwillbegineaCh(May 7-8) at 8 p.m. REMAIN... Selli0r Sewer Plant Land Malakoff bands will pre- Still A Hit y S sent their annual Spring Pla et ConcertThureday, May6, at C0 cil Agenda Ite the high school auditorium. Lots of'old-time life" still The elementary, junior high, exists at Texas family re- Tuesday u n m high school and stage bands unions or local memorial and will perform. I understand that there will be no admis- sion charge. YOUR SON ) JUST HIT A BASEBALL THROUGH THE J NEIGHBOR S / PICTURE f WINDOWt decoration days, Dorthy Taylor, family life education specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Ser- , vice, The Texas A&M Uni- versity System, reminds. 50% organic. Contains cottonseed meal, bone meal, blood meal plus secondary plant foods. your ECOLi choice MALAKOFF NURSERY AND GARDEN CENTER The senior class of Mala- koff High School will present the first act of "Bus-Stop" Tuesday, May 11 during school hours in the high school auditorium. The play cast is under the direction of Mrs. John Smith. Members of the cast are: Floyd Thomas, Blake Grimes, Larry Wymore, Mary Walker, Mike Mat- tingly, Rose Manning, Diane Weaks and Velena Cox. David Scheibe and Kevin Fulgham were in charge of the set. Malakoff Menu May 10 - 14 Monday: Steamed Wein- ers, Cole Slaw, Pinto Beans, Buttered Corn, Cornbread Squares, Fruit Dessert, and Milk. Tuesday: Pizza, Green Salad, Blackeyed Peas, Jel- 1o, and Milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, Lettuce and Pickles, French Fries, Peanut Butter Balls and Milk. Thursday: Salmon Cro- quettes, Carrots-Raisin Salad, Macaroni and Cheese," Green 'Beans, Yeast Bis- cuits, Pear Halves and Milk. Friday: Sloppy Joes, Baked Beans, French Fries, Peach Cobbler, and Milk. The Malakoff City Council will address itself to acquisi- tion of property for the proposed new sewer treat- ment plant during its regular session Monday night, ac- cording to the agenda pre- pared this week. The treatment plant site proposed is adjacent to the present facility on property owned by Jerry Garrison. Under old business, dis- Venable, Terri Bumgardner, and Jimmy Morris. [Staff Photo by Loraine Herline] cuss[on of the annexation of a portion of Country Squire Estates, paving in front of Arthus Appliance, possible sale of the Melton property owned by the city through bids, and the disposal of excess city vehicles, are on the agenda. New business discussmns on the agenda also includes the quarterly financial report. Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-- EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas00. of Athens C M. Tinney, Owner Marlin Perkins PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Dial 675-2269 in Athens PTO Carnival Success A large crowd of children, parents and teachers gath- ered at the Malakoff elemen- tary school grounds on May 1 for two hours of fun and food, climaxed by the an- nouncement of three lucky winners of various prizes. Beth Grissom of Tool won the much sought after Bicen- tennial quilt, made by Mrs. Roy Cook's fourth grade class. Iona Overton of Kerens and Donnie Hale were each winners of the bean bag chairs. The PTO wishes to thank all of the many teachers and parents who gave of their time, and to those who donated cakes, pies, ice cream, and country store items. The PTO also wants to acknowledge and thank the following merchants who donated prizes: From Malakoff were Hobb's Cleaners, McKee's Lumber, Kidd-Jones, Phil- lips Foods, Food Fare, Tar- rent Tire Co., Bankston's, Byar's Texaco, Tanner's Motor, William's Barber Shop, Leona's, Malakoff Prescription Shoppe, Mala- koff Flower Shop, and Don- nell's. Also in Malakoff were Tiger's Den, Clair's Sewing, Ida's Beauty Shop, Bigg's Air-Conditioning, Phillip's Hardware, Pritchard's Bar- ber Shop, Kirby's, Smith's Drug, Marless Drake, City Building, Dairy Queen, Har- dy's Drugs, Cedar Creek General Store, Bill Atte- berry, Dulaney's Auto Sup- 'NSERY- For All Your Gardening Needs R&R Garden Center I Your Patronage Is Appreciated Hwy. 175 Between Eustace & Athens 425-4811 piy, and Carpet House. Merchants in Athens were Cowboy Headquarters, Safe- way, Beall's, Lauren's Tot to Teen, Steele's Shoe Store, B&B Care, Campbell's Jew- elry, Singer's, J.C. Penney, Brookshire's, Mr. Pizza, Mr. Earl's Beauty Salon, Hair- ston's Book Store, Vickery Home & Auto Store, Stir- man Jewelry, K-Thrift Shoe Store, and Richardson's Wholesale. A report on the carnival will be given at the next PTO meeting, originally set for May 10, but changed to Monday night, May 17, at 7:30, in the high school auditorium. The 1976-77 officers will also be installed at this time, along with a special program of skits and songs presented by the kindergarten class. Smith FFA Win Tolby Smith High School Future Farmers Public Speaking Henderson College on April He was to Wednesday in Public Speaking Waco. Accompanying Waco koff High tiayes, Ray Greg Sullivan voting delegates convention. recentl) representative Sandyland district. FARMERS & RANI SUPPLY FEED-SEED-FERTILIZER Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewi West Owner Kerens, May I express my appreciation to the many County voters who expressed confidence in supporting me in May 1st Primary. In order to be elected, respectfully request you to to support me and vote in the 5th runoff election. Thank youAindly, Candidate For County Treasurer [Pol. Ad Pd. By Jane Holland Malakoff Malakoff 52oo.L MALAKOFF ..... .... INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance eLife H0me eB0nds • Auto .Business For All Your Automotive Needs Columbus Shocks [Lifetime Guarantee] AP Mufflers and Pipes WiT Filters Complete line of Duro Chrome Automotive Tools J A msm DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY 226 N. T St Phone: 4894}512 ell E. Hwy 31 489-1533 Malakoff, Texas Subscribe To The Malakoff News Fabric Care Center Of  ' Bud and Shirley Uulaney Shocks. Ar ut.ers and tail - NAME ......... ADDRESS TOWN .............. zIP .... ---- Only 4 ° in Henderson County *5 ° out of County s6° out of State P.O. Box 509 Malakoff, Tex. 75148 Dulaney Auto Supply Good Source For Parts "Come See All Our Discounted Bargains" Good Selection Several Brass Head Boards Styles t :t ¥ I from sfi8 Twin *88ru. 98King "E Z" Credit Terms PLENTY FREE PARKING 319 N. Terry -- FM90 N. M-lakoff - [214] 489-0090 FNIIgI| SPECIAL ON ALL GARDEN EQUIPMENT CB RADIOS SPORTING GOODS CRAFT SHOP FISHING EQUIPMENT Boat & Motor Repair Open 6 days a week 8:00 to 7:00 Sundays 1:00 to 5:00 provide the citizens of the Malakoff area with a com- plete auto parts supply house six days a week. Dulaney's Auto Supply was founded in Malakoff on Valentine's Day, 1964, in a downtown location. When the firm grew out of its building on North Terry, Dulaney Auto Supply moved to its present location on Highway 31 East, and added minor car repair work to their operation. The Dulaney's bought out the Malakoff Auto Supply and occupied their building, Bud said. "We carry a complete line of automotive parts, tools, and accessories, including pipes, Gates Belts, GRW engine parts. Air-Tax fuel pumps, Dupont chemicals, Krylon Paints, Astro-Lite batteries, and AC, Cham- pion and Autolite plugs. Tools purchased at Dula- ney's have a life-time guar- antee. Recently Dulaney's added a new line of Four-Seasons air conditioner parts. "We try to add a new line every few months." Bud said. Dulaney's also carries Mohawk tires, and provides mounting and balancing services. Working with Bud and Shirley is James Kelly, mechanic and part-time Life-Time and Columbus counterman, along with their )t g]uilding 00upplies W. Hwy. 31 489-0891 Malakoff Bud and Shirley Dulaney and James Kelly son. Chris, who is learning or minor service. the business from his "We have everything parents, you'll need," Dulaney said. The Dulaneys invite area "And we appreciate your car-owners to drop in to see business." them when they need parts Malakoff Feed & Supply ! JONES BLAIR e SPECIAL X FEEDS • PURINA CHOWS Latex Polyflex • EAST TEXAS FEEDS Outside Paint • NIPAK FERTILIZER (bag or bulk) • VACCINES, ANTIBIOTICS & SPRAYS Open till 4:00 ,%turdays All Types Building Materlal L26 S. : 489-0357 31 Carpet & Floor Covering Custom Made Drapes & Bed Spreads Free Estimates 112 Terry Expert Installation 489-190 OUR INTEREST IS IN YOU Associatim Malakoff 502 E. Royall THE APPLIANCE it isn XL:I(. Sales& Service 112 N. Terry 489- m