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ram lmprovln achool recruiting program Summe Orientation Program which For the convenience of the students, years ago by the Ad- gives" stkdents an opportmdty to two separate programs have been School Relations Office at become familiar with college life by planned. Session I will be held August 3- Call 489-O53 ! JuniOrsuccessCollegerate,has taking,,Theasummer.drientationfirst hand look. programs session4" The reservation,is July 20.deadlinesessionfOrIIthisis "No)ices and Personal 1 Real Estate For Sale 4 "or Sale Miscellaneous 9 Business Opportunities 14... compiled from will enable students to.register early to scheduled for August 17-10 with August FROM this day on, I will not be I school visitation reports avoid the lon!!lrregistration lines, choose 3 as the deadline, responsible For any de4~s mode bySTAR HARBOR I We buy and sell new and used OWN YOUR OWN Jean Shop: Go w r classes for fall semester, and give onyoneottmr than myself. A,~umabtoloan on fhm hom~ saddles and tack, Custom direc~solesmon,s ...... fee.he middleoHeringman,oll then II over 135 visits e e them the opportunity tetmeet some of The total cost for each orientation .................................... 3.z.z, don, e/fireplace, dming, equip- i leather workbyorder, Donnie nationally known brands such as counselors and 3,842 the faculty before classes begin," session is $15 per person The fee in- tlustead Custom LeatherJorddche, Vonderbil#, Calvin Klein, l, which included 1,346 stated Linda Williams, Director of eludes one night in the residence hall, Card of Thanas 3 ped kitchen, w/microwave, thermal I Work & Saddle Repair, Hwy. ,dgefleld, Levi and over 70 other windows, comet IL/~ channel 10is, I 31East, Malakoff, 489-1824. brands. $13,50000 includes )ey Brand, Admissions Guidance services, two meals, =dOgS and all program WE would like to take this op- small boatdoch, trees, fenced.$71,000I ~ beg/nning inventory, aidore for I to )greeter. "The programs will permit students material. A check or money order pa,un to express our graditude to our notional warehouse, training. oil the frieocls and neighbors for the 3-Z-2, den, w/fireplace, ceiling fans, i fixtures and Grand Opening Promotion. Call Mr, Loughlln at 1980-81 show that our to familiarize themselves with ac- made payable to Henderson County support duringourfime ofhce/mu$ic room, w/bookcases, red. J Mademoiselle Fashions (612) 835. high school visits -- tivities and services available on our Junior College for the full amount must of sorrow. It touched our hearts for so wood patio, fenced, trees, channel lois, | ,n and career coun- campus such as student personnel accompany the reservation form. The many friends of this community to 1304. show their love for Doale q Landscaped Will leave ice maker n in Vietnam. System, which for several,years has Jenkins and his step-son, James refrig,,otor washer and dryer if so Help anted 12 imlmlmm ) employees locked out been recognized by the State Depar- Dorough. While the officers were in the _ desired. Located on Sam Houston Dr.. I MIRRIg RI:IITV i Lot79. Coll Molokoff 489. t 718 or 279- ~~kk~ Wanted-Buy, Rent 17 ave turned to gover- tment of Education as one of the best act of making the arrest, Henry ........ - .,---., Te,os to help feed their and most complete smaller townRichardsandR. R. Massing drove up to I 489-18S8 489-1238 I .............................................. per~ ..... Apply otPOAoHice Log ...... .................................................................... schools in the state, is showing con- the Jenkins place. It is alledged that I MolokoH I ]2x65 2 BEDROOM mobile home CahmEStotes, ...... I~ l 489-0S61 I S250month, StOOdeposit. Nopets. 1 c [ Instant ('ash l tinued advaytcement year by year.they had been to Mabank disposing of I n 432:3586: .......... SO. Mechanic Wanted: Immediate mf0r I " "" '- " C ass r ngs we00mg nanos l i,e new ('rescent Heights additionthe lightin'. I PRIC| REDUCED . 2-I frame I .... .. opening available in the Molakoff I ' ,1 located between Malakoff and/\thens is ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: | on channel w/concrete hoot I automotive / I.S.D. for a full.time bus mechanic Ibracelets, chains, etc. We pay | Applicants should send pertinent Im0re Ba d l I ~. W. B. Jackson of rapidly growin~ into a thriv,.,~, rom ::.: "u.J r ,romp ,n Hohdoy Esto.s. , Ovvnerfnonced $~000 ~Jrplu, tires and tru(kSr , informotion ond phone number to ,' llg([~m~a, , ce the engagement and m, ')ty. The addition began o,.., iILre, nlte a | , . u ovalJble, Many sell unde $~I00, Col Superintendent Normon Pl ....... , ~r~m~lltlla~ ~ (ii~,ii ..... , I MALA" -FF , 312.742.1143 ext. 8487 for in-Malokoff I,SD., Box 489 Motakoff n ""~'"' "~ ,'..B..-. I KO 3 2 mob,le sir daughter, Susan yt.,, s ago by A. [,. Kirby whir ,,, ,to, :::: ":::" I home withgood financing ................................................ ' ......... Ilmmw . 85 887. I I nd Jerry Wayne Stun- 106 acres for this. I " I formation on how to purchase. Texas 75148 or (:oll 48q. 1152 S == -- !i!::: ti t ili ,,,,~ LINE PROOUCTIONI ,r:,.lln llllrrel ...... ([ II~, and Mrs. Joe Stanfield The old school building in the Brown I 821 600 FOR SALE: |980 P. 5750E Motorcycle. SUPERVISOR. Expo, ien(P weferred I ,.un nalrrel I I ALREAnY FINANCED - 7', but will train, thP ~,ght ~'e~,on F~r,,r ~/ lenn vagean community, which was abandoned mee ng se , . when the schools at that place were ii:: A full membership meeting of iiii | w.h ddub.ew,de me | For Sale Miscellaneous 9 E, p,o ...... , So.,h al of their son, Jason consolidated with Malakoff, is being ::: the Henderson County United Way I hi'e home ...... 6,5 Pets and Kennels 18 n 8", FT Idlefime cobove .... per HELP WANTED- Experienced cleon,,r S'~L-~NI/~L'S'-b;;'o':~-'~';I~:,:(; ';fj ..... he lad weighed 7 lbs. 1 torn down this week. ::: will be held on July 29 at the :i:! IOWNE FINANCED - 12 sleeps 4. stove, oven. icebox, closet: & pre .... He day Cleaners 416-A S and t .... Exo : I, ~, i ~ ~ p0Jeshne. 675 7022 end Pets. 806 W Cocs'cono at 'Y' it, intents are Mr. and 50 Years Ago Spanish Trace Inn immediately !:!: |act.on blacktop rood i din..e e. .,l ,condition Cal,, ' , T a. A,he,pe Opo p ', ,,, ..... o i!! following the Board of Directors :i:i IFOR RINT: Mobile home end 16!7........................... COOK - FuIIt ..... Apply Eos ex ' p m Sun 2 ;, r~ 6 In locreoge I Nutrition Praiser. 6752114. HCJC s " . ' | p lerston of Malakoff. ::: meeting at noon. i:!N " I I ..,. s,-n, & Trmde on Affirmative Action Employer The City Tailor Shop, purchased :i: All individuals in Henderson ..................................... OOBERMAN puppius (X) Call sometime ago by Mrs. Y. E. Crawley i:i: County who contribute financially i:! ,Lsr,n - ,ako, 1 .u,t ......... ..... 820oe Nc. fam,y home =ross from ,,, ,,,. . Busfness0pp0rtunltms 14 from J. D. Magulre again became>..: to the Henderson County United :i: ' = . .... u ........ elementary school on Hwy. 90 3 I 'LIhM,' ~, " -- ............................... DOBERMAN and Pit B dog sruc --. -- . ' r,, r I ri,,hh,d ve of home construc- property of Mrs. Maguire following a i:!: Way are considered members and i:i bedroom, 2 both, large .,tcnen, " t ,,,,,.,, ( ~' MleKInle,~ OPEN y ........ etail opparel shop serv,ce ovaihbte $50 L~,bo.~,~n $75 dishwasher, utility roorn, fireplace in I q. r " ; . CHfer the latest in ieans, denim50nI:t Pit Bull. Coil 489-0~56. ! has brought, and is deal which closed recently. :i:: have voting privileges at mem- :i: master bedroom, CH.A, attic fon. I ra.2,n. sportswear. $14,850 includes in ntvrnerous changes in ,nee for a number of 60 Years Ago "-" bership meetings, i:i cyclone fenced bock yard. c .... ed " ventory fixtures, etc Complele |;t, aetae' l t~ patio, one car garage, $40.000. For store! Open in as little as 2 weeks ~!,w~;')tUt"n ...... /~ main agenda item for the ::: sole 1:~ owners. 489-1470 or 489-1742 Phone 489-053 l today at,d anywhere in USA. (Ah, o irltQ,Irbr and D--- tip RED 3 YEAR OLD Re ~st(~td The Paul Bankston meeting is the dL%m ion and .'.:: A LITTLE 'l'lomework" watching Want nlace v0ur 3d children's .... shop) Coil SUE tOLL FREE Quebolla bull " G a'~ds ...... ~ f t ~, thalr newly completed The business section of Trinidad waspossible adoption of a new set of !:!: Ads can Gro " r.. s o, .......... at,o, o Chorn ....... , 77 ,- - I 8~0-874 47~0 .- . ; lore I )gers moved to practically wiped off the map by a by-laws. :i:!Iowcost. toma ernateasysa,e Halter broke th.... old Bank on home and the disaterious fire. There was only one Copies of both the current and i:i ............................ ~ (, tgonng lthspr!ngch,,.tirrg Cherokee bred 8rahr,........... Jhe ilnlily moved to the bui]dir~ ]eft standing. The total loss of ~ ATEE I'urn vo,,r trash tufa ('ash. r~ bull calf Co.,~C., proposed by-laws will be available :i: Malakt;ff News ('Ia55ifled A(t~ Br'od Sides Or 479 341'7 Car,ton i ..... 7 : from Don Wylle of Athens Federa] i:i ! ===================== LITILt s. gs and Loan beginning July t Lr.J ., a i ' " "ty S - & STORAGE "orc. be o=. ed on the o, Enlow S MId-CI alvage the July 29 meeting at 11:30 a.m. at :!:i L iUS liST[o-one of the p~eft,osf Iocafroos STAll HAllBOll-vwy attracts. 3 bedroom- n 240 LB SEEr ,G S CONOS SIT 95 & UP n qmt the Spanish Trace Inn. :::: ~L 3 bedroom-two bath home on 2bath brick on tree shaded corner lot. i COUNT[R TOPS ........... .' .~ ." ,'. .............. $459 'FT & UP I NAWI.0~ER There wil be a "dutch treat i:i: 12.30 acres. To many pluf to mention. Caff Ownerfinam:mgavl,lebls. low$70's. I llO. IROtLEOllOORNG ..... '.',.'..'." ....... '."","."'.]'.' ." .... $IZ75 1 Estimates without ,, .'. today. FELT, 30LB. 0RI5LB ....................................... $L00 i obligation lunch. .:.: CCL ACREAGE.123.09 near 3 harbors. Scat~ i HAROBOARO SI0fNG, 4'X8' PRIMERED ........................... 59.50 mm 214.874221 LAKE LOTS-of ell sizes and iocati0ns. Some tered trees, small 9ends, beautiful buildin~ 8LUMlllUM ROOF COATING, 5 GALS ......................... 527 $0 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas 1 PODIATRIST-FOOT SPECIALIST Fri. 7 am-3 p.m, Hendereon .Countu owner financed. On and off wate~ sites. site. Owner finance. See today. MARTIN ......... 489-0376 LIONEL ......... 675-1040 420 E. ROYALL BLVD,. PAM ........... 675.7033 n PLYWOOD ................. 3/8".56.50; ~/f'-$7.50; 5/8" $10.00; ~/~" 512 00 I I I",.,LESE.,, 0FS.E. 432-2245 : 1 POINTS ON HIGHWAY 85 400 Brys0n St. Athens, Texas 75751 Henderson County's part of the Fairway Field has a new crude off producer resulting from successful completion of the No. 543 Fairway James Lime Unit. Hunt Oil of Dallas is the operator. The well flowed at a daffy rate of 118 barrels of crude, plus 94,000 cubic feet IO to drill an 8,200-feet developmental well '.. .... , in the Tyler West Field. It is in Smith ......................... County's Benjamin Kuydendall Survey, seven miles west of Tyler and about 'g. list price List Price 2,500 feet north of U.S. Blghway 6,t. $9898.41 Designated as the No. 8 West Tyler, the $7949.38 $' probe is aimed at oil production in the Paluxy sand. The operator has 582 acres under lease. Anderson Co ng Lake Field has a new producer following com- pletion of the No. 1 Smith Dorsey Unit Caney City by Hunt Oil of Dallas. The well in- [L OF THE WEEK dlcatedpotentlal for 13 barrels of ofl per day, along with a trace of casinghead of casinghead gas and 194 barrels of water on a 48/64 choke. It will produce 1 ')81 1981 from James Limestone perforations 10,031 to 10,074 feet into the wellbore. LTD 4-DR. F 150 PICKUP The operation was in the N.T. Auto,oir, PS, PB, PW, tilt steer wheel 4Dr.,Loaded Robl on Survey. two miles south of tinted gloss, rodiol white stripedtires, 2 to choose from, while o,r, PS. PB tint, d Poynor. AM/FM stereo rodio they lost! fuel t~]nks, rodiol white strq.)ed t*res w,th A Shreveport independent operator, ~pore, Am/Fro mdk gas and 520 barrels of salt water. Drfllsite is in a 40-acre unit in the Simon Sanchez Survey, 5.5 miles southwest of Palestine. The well was drilled to 5,445-foot total depth and will only plus tax reetrOduce from perforations 5,202 to 5,266 Tubing pressure of 40 PSI was recorded. i:i ] !] 24-12 oz. cans-hot Rights Reserved Last 212 oz, cans-hot plus tax Location has been staked two miles northeast of Colfax for a 5,000-foot oil or gas wildcat. It is to be known as the No. 1 Sam Pittman, with Diamex Corp. of Houston as operator. Drilbite Is in a acre lease in Van Zandt County's L. Richardson Survey, about 2,000 feet west of the intersection of Interstate 20 and Farm Road 16. IMMUNITY IB SHORT At their first exposure to poison ivy, newborn babies, recent foreign im- migrants and Eskimos fresh from the snowy north are not likely to be at- tested. But within days their first eXlx ure they may become as allergic as anyone. PAINTING MILE LONG The world's largest painting is believed to be "The Panorama of the Mississippi," which American artist John Banvard finished in 1846. It's 12 1106 "Lots more to choose from" s. Palestine ll Ca Athens