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Page Six -- MALAKOFF NEWS, July 2, 1971 LOG CABIN MOBILE HOMES & CAMPER SALES CENTER Brotomboro Lumber Co. has an endless suppl 9 of rough cedar, logs and Bout kind of thing - It's a pleasure to serve 9ou in all areas of the building industry. which is both uaried and unique. All Types of BUILDING MATERIALS J| PAINTS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS JOHNS-MANSVILLE ROOFING NATIONAL GYPSUM Wall Board & C, eiliq Tile Hardware Shingles Sand Growl ,e Concrete HOME LOANS---REMODELING LOANS Came b   Td  r  w M SAVE On Yaw Werls BROWNSBORO LUMBER CO. Ed Beggs, Box 406, Brownsboro Tex. Trinidod Avery pleased Mrs. Kathy Flz- zler has reported the catch of a three-pound black bass from Ce- dar Creek Lake last week. Kathy said the catch was the largest so far for her and she was thrilled with the experience. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Miller spent four days last week in Ar- kansas visiting with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bowman. Mr. and Mrs Willie Lundy and children, Lance, Lari and Lyle, of Cohoma, are spending a part of the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Stanfield, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell LundyofDlxielsle. They will be moving to Mabank soon, where Willie has accepted a posi- tion with the school there. City Secretary Mrs. Dora Wll- banks has reported that the in- come for the quarter from City Sales Tax has amounted to $1,629.27. A large crowd from Trinidad was in attendance at the annual Mankin Picnic and everyone re- ported a fine time. Funeral services for Linda Sue Smith, age 12, were held at the St. John's United Methodist Church in Rockdale recently. Llnda died after a gallant three- year fight against leukemia. She fronted her disease - and treat- ment - was the topic of discussion at virtually every meeting of the hospital's pediatric staff. Linda and her parents were residents of Trinidad atonetime when he was an employee of Tex- as Power and Light Company. Misses Becky Rayfield and Markey Bradley spent a few days this past week getting some sun and swimming in Galveston. Mrs. Jerry Taylor has returned to her home and is doing fineaf- ter spending several days in the hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and children, Heather, Mark, Dawn, all of Wimberley, spent the week- end visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Lundy of Dixie Isle. They also came to pick uptheir daugh- ter, Tammy, who had spent the previous two weeks visiting with her cousin, Miss Amy Rounsa- vall. Mr. Harden Airheart was able to return to his home on Satur- day after a stay lnCorslcana Me- morial Hospital. He is reported to be doing very well at this writ- ing, but will have to remain lome and take it easy for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mltchum and GIBSON DISCOUNT PHARMACY ( Prescription Service) 900 Corsicana Hwy Malakoff Ph. 675-5069 Athens "BEST FOR LESS' Registered Pharmacist on Duty FARMERS & RANCHERS CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING 3 New Trucks 16 Buggies No Streaking Call 396-2881 COLLECT For Prices- TH inspires pervacles every as- pect of our arrange- ments, from the first sympathetic re- sponse to your call, to the final tribute m... for the deloarted. was a sixth-grade student in the Gina were here over the week- PASCHAL Rockdale Junior High School and end to visit and be with her par- continued to attend classes until ents. last Octoberwhenshewasadmit- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ludwig of ted to the M. D. Anderson Hospi- Dallas spent Wednesday night tal as an in-and-out patient, visiting her parents, Mr. and Since then her time was spent Mrs. Steve Land. mostly at the hospital. Linda's Miss Mary Nell French of outlook andthephysicalandmen- Huntsville was home for the FILL 'ER UP tal strength with which she con- weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John French. ,ALAKOFF BUILDE, SUPPLY 105 N. TERRY STREET 8ttERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS PANELING - TOOLS - MOULDING AND OTHER BUILDER'S NEEDli SPECI,L - CASH & CARRY 20"- FAN ........ $14.95 TWO OPENINGS If you want to work but cannot give full time, I have a good year-round income opportunity for you. Many earning $500 per month part- time. Customers in Malakoff, Cedar Creek area, Eustace, and Athens wanting our house- hold products, cosmetics, wigs, fabrica, and food products. No starting capital required. Good car and good reputation essential. CONTACT $. M. DOWELL, CHECK THE OIL LONE STAR DISTRIBUTING CO. 1831 West Bow St, Tyler, Texas Phone 489 FUNERAL HOME WASH--THAT W EXPERT WASH & LUB All This And Even More At BYAR'S TEXACO - Expert Wheel Alignment With BEAR Equipment, Tune-Ups, Muffler And Brake Work Air Conditioning Service DOUBLE STAMPS WEDNESDAY i 8ANAMERICARO. Wash, Lubricate, Polish --- Pick Up and DelioeOI Complete i,inc tlercules and Dunlop Tires Tubes, All Sizes, Wholesale Prices BYARS TEXACO Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489-1534, Malakoff ATTORNEY'S-TITLE CO. TITLE INSURANCE & ABSTRACTS First State Bank Bldg. 675-2248 130 E. Corsicana - Athens Texas Bookkeeping Service HAROLD GRAY Bookkeeping & Income 675, Hugh And Liz Henderson, Owners Radio Equipped T for Speedy Delivery Ranges Dearborn H Water Heaters 675-2269 Gas Company