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Powers spent lastMrs. Malcom (Tina) Quattlebaum is Paul's 91 year old in Room 308 at Navarro County ors, inColman. Hospital in Corsicana. She is feeling Gantt spent their better but it is unknown when she will City, La. at be released. and Saturday nightO.B., Becky and Matt Ray of Fort birthday in Worth were in Malakoff this weekend to a barbecue party attend the wedding of Bill and Deedra ;. Mullins. Glen and Grog Mr. and Mrs. Billy Weaks are very were in town Satur- proud to announce the birth of their the wedding of their daughter, Tiffany Nicole. She was born Bill Mullins. Friday, June 13th in Tyler, Texas. Tif- South Texas water- "Many South Texas growers cut their to show up at acreage early this spring due to dry conditions," explains Longbrake. of melons from "Then freezing temperatures in April quality but the further reduced the acerage. Finally, out Tom high winds and heavy rains in some st with the locations also took their toll of the Extension Service. crop." % J :i, fany weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and was 21 inches long at birth. She was welcomed home by sisters, Regina, Amy, Katrina and Emily. The B. C. Hedge, pastor, brought the Sunday morning message at First Bap- tist Church on Hwy. 31, according to Mrs. Eva Hulin. Following the service the membership was invited to Weatherford where the pastor and his wife were on the program. A revival started Monday night at CME Church with the Rev. Vernord McCalister bringing the message each night. McCalister is from Tyler. Mrs. Jayrece Dawson's children were home from Dallas visiting over CAREER SALES OPPORTUNITY Farm Bureau is looking for a few good men to help sell & service es- tablished farm & ranch accounts. You can expect to earn $15,000+ the first year, and more each year thereafter. A three-year training program lead- ling to management. No travel. 160 hours of company-paid classroom training. For interview, call: Richard Taylor 675-5654 Call 489-0531 the weekend. Mrs. Lenora Bailey is back at home after spending the week in Fort Worth. Sammle Tarver is up, but is not feeling well. Also ill is Eva Mae Hulln, Mrs. Ama Lee Jackson, who is at home from the hospital, Mrs. Amanda Tar- ver, and Butch Graves Lela Mae Davis has moved into her new home and is very happy with it. rvvvvv vvv vvvv The Ma- ~akffNe--ws---T~- -u~-sda-y., J_~Y.3,. 1~ 'v- v vvv wv-r '~'~," "v "~" v~wv "r "v "tr Beach Clogs ................................. 98' to $2.59 1 Swim Suits for the family ...................... $1.98 to $5.95 Surf Riders, Air Mattresses ..................... $1.98 to $3.98 Swim Rings ..... $1.29 to $1.98 Pools ................ $4.98 WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN DRUGS EXCEPT PRESCRIPTIONS MALAKOFF Malakoff Power Pac SPIN BALANCE LUBE & OIL SHOCKS BATTERIES BELTS & HOSES AND LOWEST PRICES - NOTICE THIS MONTH'S SPECIALS - Reg. $58.70 New F78-14 BLK SALE s37.95 Reg. $39.95 SALE $29.95 each Hwy. 274 g 85 Open Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sat. till 4:00 p.m. 432-2618 Seven Points L/ ,' at ys with a party at the home of Arthus of Star Harbor June 29. Those honored guests included daughter of Robert and Vicki of Dallas whose birthday is July 17; daughter of Bob and Debbie Washmon of Tyler, born July 2; son of Neal and Pam Hampy of Malakoff, born June 28; and of Joe and Cindy Haney of Malakoff. The celebration In- and a swimming party (Courtesy photo) Goshen Cemetery Association HAMPY celebrated 28th. A birthday With a candle, hat and Those attending and Mrs. Neal and uncle, Joe and cousin Kelley, and and Mrs. Ed Arthus Arthus. (Courtesy holds meeting The Goshen Cemetery Association met June 22 with Bro. Harvey Johnson of Grafton, West, Va. bringing the message for the day. New committee members elected were Mabry Anthony and Earl Wayne Beats. Robert Garner was elected to stay on and Dorothy McGowan was elected to stay on as secretary and treasurer. A large crowd attended and everyone enjoyed the good food and fellowship. A total of $809.50 was donated for e.meterv vkeen. ~...,.......,..................,,""'......'.',',~- Bricks Cracked? Sills rotten? Unlevel floors? --CALL Derl Cannon Rt. 1, Athens675-7096 Crushed lee or cubes through the door. D Bleach and fabric so~ener dlspertsers @ll II-eye , multi- speed wMher with 3 wuhlrtale tempewa- tu e xleetimxe. Temperature selections include the energy-saving cold water rinse. Three wash and spin speed combinations. 3 water levels to match your load size, Regular and Permanent Press/Polyester Knit cycles. Activated soak and shortened delicate selections, DDEB300V quaItty-beAlt a.cycle electric dryer with 5 drytz eeleettoz . Regular and special cycles in- cluing permanent press. 3 dry- ing selections -- normal, low and no-heat fluff. Large opening port for easy access. Handy up- front llnt filter. Electronically tested quality. ENERGY SAVEA TI Energy Saver switch helps cut operating costs TBF21RA Keep fresh food longer with this Food Saver Refrigerator featuring a Moist 'n Fresh sealed high-humidity pan for moisture-loving vegetables, and a Cool 'n Fresh lower-humidity pan for most fi ts and berries. The versatile Meats 'n Snacks pan can be relocated to any level. Has 5 split-level adjustable tempered glass shelves. 6.83 ft. freezer has a shelf and automatic ice maker that stores 10 lbs. of ice, replacing it as you use it. Refrigerator is 30 %" wide by 66- high. I I II II IIII Thts GS ovem range hu an automatic oven timer, clock and reminder timer. 2~ro ~-lnoh and two 8-inch Calrod~*~ Surface Heating Units with rotary, infinite heat con- trols. Oven features a distinctive black-glass door, has two shelves and includes a porcelain enamel broiler pan with chrom~p?ated rack. Handy storage drawer. I IIII H II III ill II Hard-workt cycle GE Pot crubber dfeh- washer with Power Ek:rub cycle for :pots and pan . The Power Scrub'" cycle may not do eve ,rything (such as remove burned on soils) but it will remove dried-on az~d baked-on soils. Sound Lnsulation. T~fff 2bib interior won't peel or crack in normal use. Energy-saver dryin option. 214 N. Terry 489-1506