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July 2, 1981

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ill~ ili: ! ' \ i!/ 8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 2, 1981 Don't clown around, Veterans can get more information and assistance from any American Legion Post or Veterans Ad- ministration Office. Michael J. Kotek is the National Commander. ' LITTLt ...With a low cost Classified Ad LIHLE TRANSFER & STORAGE phi for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas AT 401 S. Proirieville Athens, Texas DRESSES SWIMSUITS COVER-UPS JEANS TOPS SHIRTS GOWNS SHORTS P.J.s SALE GOOD THURSDAY & FRIDAY SALE DOES NOT INCLUDE BASIC WRANGLER JEANS, BABY GIFT ITEMS OR SOCKS CLOSED JULY 4th H ours: Mon.-Sat. 9 to 5:30 VtSA OR MASTERCHARGE m L , :~ ,/ RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONIES officially welcomed McAtee Realty to Malakoff Monday. The business is located in recently remodeled facilities on Hwy. 3l in Malakoff. Pictured at the ceremony is Jim Blakeney, county com- missioner. Pam Meredith. Trey McAtee, Emily McAtee and Jack McCool. Mid- / P !I'"-" i MAINTAIN AT LEAST $600 IN ONEOKING AT ALL TIMES, OR MAINTAIN AT LEAST $1,000 IN A PASSBOOK SAVINGS ADGOUNT, OR 4-" die row is l)orotily Nichals. Steve McAtee, Robert McAtee, Karen McAtee, and I,inda McAtee. Back row is Neal Hampy, Anders and Louise McAtee, co-owner. (Staff Photo by Stacy Equipment operators command to Big-equipment operators completing construction equipment training through the Texas Engineering Exten- sion Service (TEEX) typically start work at $5 to $8.50 per hour. In some circumstances, the pay rate hits $13. If the trainees aren't too selective about work locale, they can make a contribution in major construction projects. Many go to work for indepen- dent contractors on new residence sub- fronl page one 1. Concerned Citizens Association $100 2. Glen (Cude) Pulley $100 3. Flonnie Cude $100 4. Theodore Rice , $50 5. H.B. & Margaret Poole' $100 6. Agnes, Bill & Manny Day, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day, Mr. and Mrs. S.O. Stanfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Lawson, in memory of Gertrude Cross $1oo 7. In memory of Dona Mitcham $50 8. Loyd Laney $10 9. Dolly Lunday $25 10. Mr. & Mrs. J.R. Pruett, in memory of Holly & Pruett families $50 11. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Powers, in memory of Gertrude Cross $10 12. Roy & Doris Brannon $50 13. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. Owens $50 divisions, ters, buildings Alvin Jones, head division from which graduate. LAURA MCDOWEL Funeral services McDowell North, age 27 in San Diego, Calif. Mrs. North died July in Fresno, Calif. She 1901 in Rosse] She moved to Los where she made to Fresno a few years a She is survived by of San Diego; three great grandchildren; Emma Johnson, Mrs. Ruby Meadows Mrs. Pauline nephew, Jim and a number of nieces Oregon and California. VFW Post 413 free dance from page one and finished high in the overall rankings in each division they entered. The Athens Daily Review captured eighth place out of 20 entries in that division where the San Marcos Record was the winner. The Review also took third in editorials and fourth in newswriting and general excellence. The Cedar Creek Pilot took sixth place overall out of 21 entries with a second in sports and fourth in news photography. The Athens Weekly Review ranked sixth out of 35 entries in their division with a third place in both general ex- cellence and newswriting. Contest results were based on entries submitted from 1980 newspapers. Veterans of Foreign Trinidad will have a Saturday night 9:00 Admission will be free will entertain. The Ladies Auxiliary 4133 will sponsor a dance from 5:00 p.m. Donations will be Everyone is invited. It's a girl! Mr. and Mrs Williat granddaughter, Dana 22 at Baylor weighed 8 lbs. 3 ozs. She is welcomed brothers, Jeffery and months old. Her Bobbie Ham of Dallas. ARE 60 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER NOTE A $7 50 MONTHL Y FEE WILL BE CHARGED IF CHECKING OR SAVINGS BALANCES FALL ~ELOW THE REQUIRED MINIMUM NOTE: A $ 7.50 MONTHL Y SERVICE FEE WILL BE CHARGED IF CHECKING OR SAVINGS BALANCES FALL BELOW THE REQUIRED MINIMUM, The First Savings Spirit Means More. ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Athens Mabank Malakoff * Wills Point Kaufman Forney Member FSLIC An Affiliate of lnvest-Tex, Inc. 31 W. 489-1448