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June 12, 1975

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i!ii I .... Bunch Is Honored By Creek Lake Women Bunch, new presi- the Cedar Creek I,ake Club, was honored tea at the Mrs. I,ucia MeKee, June 3. Mrs. president of the past two years, club officers and chairmen at her Isle of View I, or I,ake. out a color scheme and white, the tea covered with a pink with pink and Calf Awarded ation fed calf, weighing 700-800 pounds will lucky ticket !t the annual meeting Cedar Creek Lake at the Cedar COunt,-y Club, Monday July 7. method has the of the board of of the organization monieswill be used to to be used to the area and to tou,&apos;ism, industry living in the Creek Lake area. ts for the event should in each city to the Cedar Creek ra and those include. Caney City. Kauf- Mabank. Maim UStace, Trinidad, Tool, Points. Gun Barrel Star ttarbor. white ove,-ch)th, centered with a group of small flower pots with pink and white flowers. lndixidual glazed strawberry tarts, topped with whipped ereanl completed the picture ahi: delighted the guests as well. judging from their comments. CC1AVC officers attending the tea were tfelen Teubner, first vice president: Patsy Smith, second vice president: ('athy Pretorius, secretary; Marie llutherford, treasurer: and Virginia Standley, correq- pondmg secretary. Committee chairmen present were Iluby Austin, food: I)ean Weir, yearbook: ,fan Thorpe, decorations: Naoma Winn. telephone: Jane Cloyd. publicity: Pat Ingrain, projects: Ann McVey, parlia- mentarian: l,ucia McKee. finance. Mrs. lJunc} announced that annual dues should have been paid by June 1. and the deadline for heing inchided in the yearbook is ,luly l. Ph,ast, mail to Patsy Smith. 36.1 Enchanted 1)rive. Maba,k. 75147. Rock Features Variety 's Country Rock Sho I} Opened recently fea- a wide \\;ariety of and rt)ck novehies. Ran-. whose back- s refinishing of prospecting, re- hurled antiques m i ghost towns, cutting ishing of stones, con- an of hand-made ', is associated with his daughter-in-law, 'alad Pal Karr, in the 8, has on display some rock gold in footstool used Bill. has done most of his in the west. trot an interest in ful supply of petri- in this area and the of what he calls mud balls," which are cracked open a heautiful array of MILLIE BROWN, Realtor, stands outside the new branch office of the real estate firm at Trinidad. The office opened recently to give more and better service to the firm's patrons. In addition to The world's first physician known by name was Egytiar lovholep who lived about 2700 B.C., according to World Book Encyclopedia BRICK BUILDING in Mabank 1875 sq. ft. excellent location Some repairs needed H Paschall Realtor Office 88741471 Mabank, Texas I{cs. 887-21i5] WANTED: Used Boat Trailers Any Condition -CALL- I and L Sales "Authorized Dilly Dealer" 1187-9874 Mabank City Lake Road Boat Trailer Parts, Repair & Sales Furnished 1,ake Cabin with trees near water. ,9,000 Freshly painted 2 to :l II11 - furnished cottage,   block from water and ramp. S15,000 Brand new I'.: story brick near swimming pool n Delmar. $22,500 Neat 2 to 3 BR furnished cabin on water with boat lift. S25,500 Two story -:l 111l - 2 Bath with everything - tin water. 848,500 Millie Brown B & J Center- 7 Points Hwy 31 - Trinidad 214-432-3843 Evenings 214-778-2404 489-0122 Dan Closser .198-7393 l)ee Moore l] REALTOR All Dealers Welcome 111 Musicians Welcome ed by of Commerce STARTS AT 8:00p.m. Hight Cash Prize & Sunday Stand I the tlighway 31 branch, Millie Brown also has an office at B&J Center, Seven Points. Managing the Trinidad Branch is Grant Brown. Also associated with the firm as salesmen are Duke Doyle Trusler and Joe Cordo. [ R.alEstateforSaie ]l FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame, central heat and air, washer and dryer connection, fenced. Bargain for quick sale. Otto Copeland 907 E 9th Kemp j12 8 acres in Mabank. Two blocks from elementary school, suitable for develop- ment or home site. Bill MeKee 887-5042 Mabank ju3 A Star -k- Attraction -k- ,k ,k- -k- 4-Star Classifieds -k- ,- -k- -k- ,4 Publications in ,4 Cities Reach ,k- 4 Times as Many Customers to give you ,4 Times The Pulling Power 4-Star Classifieds k- -k -k- -k- in -k Malakoff News 489-0531 ,k- Mabank Banner 887-3331 -k- Kerens Tribune 396-2261 [, Kemp News[ June 12, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 9 i!iiii iii )ii!i!]!? !!:iii!iiiii)iiiiiiiiii!iii!iiili!!i i i ii !)II:IIL:!:: FOR SALE: Theima Layman ltouse - 113 Mt. Vernon St. Mabank 887-7331 j 19 HOUSE FOR SALE : Throck- morton and 5th, The Owens Place. Call 396-2222 Kerens j12 FOR SAI,E: 3 bedroom, den, brick on Kemp St. 1/ blocks from school. Real nice 887-7551 Mabank tf FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac, air conditioned $700. Can be seen Thursday through Sunday after 5 p.m. Call .198-7971. j 12 :i<:i,>:\