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~.NTH GRADE HONOR STUDENTS FROM Malakoff Junior High School are tier to ri t) Pal kttou M $ ave ii ,::.:?:: Y Bg 9egle Finch Countu Extenelon Agent annual Henderson County Ranch Tour, held last to be considered a s SUccess. The tour, span- Committee of of Commerce, 300 and 400 people made the entire tour. An number attended the noon in order to Farm Bureau agent, chairman of the 21- organized and as its purpose, as I rural-urban allow the citizens R opportunity to see first- the agricultural hap- and innovations rural country- also offers an op- agriculture to showcase L I'd suggest was accomplished last last Tuesday tour attracted than usual of young and actual producers. That's good. continue in future years. tour's noon luncheon, a was given to the first and Ranch Tour that's good. R's time to time we stop to those among us forethought to start county. could not let me here recognize Our children,- grandchildren and great-grandchildren will surely view this complex as a usable memorial to those who had the vision to participate in its construction. If you have not already become a part of this project, let me suggest you do so today. All Ag calendar May 19 - Henderson County Subcom- mittee on Aging, TP&L Community Room, Athens, 2 p.m. May 19 -- East Texas Farm & Ranch Club, Syier Ranch, 6 p.m. May 19 -- Sunshine 4-H Club, Athens, contributions are preciated, whether they be $10 or $100,000. And, by the way, of the 66 reserved box seat sections in the Henderson County Memorial Coliseum, less than 30 remain available for purchase. Their price tags range from 3,ooo to $io,ooo. If you would llke to be a part of this investment in the future, contact any member of the commissioners court, fair board, Dr. John Morton, Tom Dismukes or myself. We'll work out something with you. The neat time you're in the hallway of the county courthouse's first floor, observe the artist's rendition of the completed complex. It is hanging on the west wall of the hallway. illllllll Ilil needed and ap- 6p.m. May 19 -- Cross Roads 4-H Club, 7:30 p.m. May 20-21 -- Steer Evaluation Clinic, TAMU. May 21 -- Henderson County Horse Subcommittee Workday, Fairgrounds, all day. May 22-23 -- Shortcourse for Producers of Field & Container Grown Nursery Stock, Dallas. tour belongs to Athens Chamber of Jay solicited the agent Wyndel as the first cam- Serving with Jay as members of that first Were Thacker BoUinger, Frank Dorsey, Paul McLaughlin, Harold Woodrow Four of these Buford and Dee planning cam- of the tours' 20- he vision on the back and our gentlemen! else of men and another vision for our county now. I'm speaking of the serving on the Hen- Commissioners Court, Fair Board and the campaign corn- vision of completing the finest and most complex anywhere nation. When cam- will be a source of citizen of Henderson completed! weeks, the fair committee, Morton and Tom raised over $125,000 the Henderson Coliseum This is in previously iect to where It is good -- that's fan- goal is to construct a designed to fit the youth, senior groups and to come. packed with protein, Value of the soybean can from peanut but- chicken. to the nation's an economic p.n~. I , 31/2 Year annuaJ rate Savings Certificate $100 minimum. lSCourage tampering After the Tylen01 pill-tampering deaths last fall, the nation became wary of buying over-the-counter drugs or using the ones recently added to medicine cabinets. To help prevent poisonings from recurring and to restore consumer con- fidence, Congress passed a law requiring tamper-resistant packaging. All new packaging designs must be torn or broken to remove the product from the container, according to regulations by the U. S. Food and Drug Ad- ministration. The Texas Medical Association calls your attention to the following packaging techniques being used to protect non-prescription drugs: ----Film wrappers: A transparent film is wrapped around the product or the entire container. ----Bubble packs: the product or container is sealed in plastic and moun- ted on a display card. ----Blister or strip packs: Capsules or tablets are individually sealed in plastic or foil. ----Shrink seals and bands: The seals or bands seal the cap to the con- tainer. This is done by shrinking the seal or band by heat. ----Foil, paper or plastic pouches: The product is enclosed in a pouch. ----Tape seals: Paper or foil is ealed over all carton flare or the itnaninmnmnmlliinani |i i i w. I iN i. mm U i U i W U I | | | I | | | I l I l I Nwy. 31 East mouth of the bottle. ----Breakable seals: The container is sealed by a plastic or metal cap. When the container has been opened, the cap will break away completely or a por- tion of the seal will remain attached to the container. ' ----Sealed tubes: The mouth of the tube is sealed and can be opened by vuncturing the seal. iniininimAimnmmm IWIWWMW~NMMNMM | Carburetors, Tune-Ups, Brakes and Auto Air-Conditioning I I l I I I I l I Malakoff e m II i i li ill g it HI WANTED : Clothes on Consignment We paYopenmngSoon.yOu 30% consigned clothes. CLOTHES CLOSET . OPENING IN JUNE. Bring your used but good Men's, Ladies' & Children's, After 5, Sportswear, Coats, Dresses, Shoes, Bags, etc. Become one of our consignors! I I Betty Fowler 887-7893 or Tony Hatton 451-3107 Hwy. 274 N. Seven Points 432-3942 t (Next to Fowler & Son Painting) }, IIII I I I I III II I annual rate 3 Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. 2 annual rate Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. & LOAN ASSOCIATION Formerly First Savings & Loan Association of Athens Member FSLIC A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal of certificates. i II II II I l ilili I li III ] i I I I I