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il ~' :.V i . :: . ............ 6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aq. 11, Insurance * Life . Home , Bonds , Auto . Commercial Malakoff JERRY GARRISON 489-0m J I _ I . I FEED. SEED * SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 2141396.2881 OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396.2282 I II IIIII [ II Charles R. Hosaek, JeD., C.PeA., PeE. Attorney and Counselor at Law 404 E Royall Blvd 489-2073 Malakoff, Texas 489.zzz5 Athens Offices At 675-7632 90? Humphrey St. 675-4357 WEEKLY Heat and dry weather have had ties of magnesium and phosphorus in the animal. These e/ements:are critical ........... in the digestion and metabolism of forage. Therefore, Groom says, the critical need for minerals in the beef cow program is now. Without adequate and proper mineral supplementation, there is reduction in cattle performance. This reduction is recognized as loss of cow weight, poorer rebreeding performan- ce, less milk production and lighter weaning weights of calves. Production can be maintained if cat- tle are properly supplemented. A high phosphorus mineral containing magnesium has proven most successful in the East Texas area. Several com- mercial minerals containing about six percent calcium, 12 percent phosphorus and about four percent magensium are available. This mineral should be provided free choice at all times from now until the next lush grass season. An auxiliary source of salt is not essential, Grooms points out, if the drastic effects on forage growth and quality, according to Dr. Randall Grooms, livestock specialist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Climatic conditions have put forages under stress causing the plants to produce seed heads and make every ef- fort to reproduce. Grooms says these conditions cause the cell wall content of the plants to in- crease. At the same time, the intra- cellular substance in the plant decreases immensely. This intra- cellular substance contains the majority of the energy, phosphorus and magnesium. Thus, not only is there a smaller amount of nutritive value within the plant, the nutritive value is much less available to the animal because of the increase in cell wall con- tent which is considerably lower in digestibility than the intra-cellular sub- stance. Not only is energy short, the energy in the plant is not available to the animal because of metabolic deficien- mineral contains 15 to 25 percent salt. JAMES I. STRINGER We are using this space for a special in. v/tat/on to you to come hear Brother Steve Bracken in a series of lessons that could have to do with the destiny of your souls. Please come. I can assure you that you will not be sorry that you did. He will be here from Sunday the 21st through Wednesday the 24th. We welcome you to worship with us at the MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday |l~ Stunt30 a.m. Wednesday Wmldl~6:30 p.m. Sunday Worship 10:.30 Lm. and 6.'~ p.m. SPRING CREEK R.V' Sales & Service E Hwy 312 miles east of Malakoff 489-1163 MALAKOFF AUTO SUPPLY 201 S. Terry Malakoff 489-0169 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489.1909 Marlin and Karen ~erkms CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun-Thurs, 8 to 7 Fn and Sat. 8 to 8 TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us 611 Highway 31 East 489-1533 MI and Mrs Bud Dulaney OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malakoff JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489.0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489.0512 Mr and Mrs Jerry Garrison They're not the most co:~ffoUabte tvpe of he~](lcle,~t, bu! they've become the badge of the co;TstructIc~rl ifldLJstfy No good SLll)Of- mtendent, wd/ let you step on hts bUt~Jttl(; stt[) wp!hout one The idea of protectln.q ourselves ~It#~rTst f)o,,,',~/t)l(? ?;~z~tt(Is" /,r; ~?fl ancLent one ThfolK]h the cetflunes tt /}as ItEI(J ~ts felI(;IOUS coluitefDcltt, The B~ble urges us to put Of~ the whole armor of God. Each week ~r~ our ch(lrches and syl~aqogues we (;#tt~ :)ref)~le ourselves sp/rltualfy for file (:t~i~//(vt!:]es [ofttott(>w wi// t)fl/;!] We Can strengthen our soL/is to rlTee/ (uT(t over(o/tie wl),ttevet dangers m~gl;t one day confront us , : .... / MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Jemns I. StHapt, Ministw Bible Study ..................... 11:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... le:2J~ Lm. Sunday Evening Wor~bip ........ e:ce p.m. Wedmmd~v Surviee ............. lh~ p.m, WedJ|e|dsy LmU~n BflMe Cl=aa.. Iil:Nh.~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF William hml~, Pnstm Suiniay School .................. S:48 a.m ~nd~y Merulng Wor~hlp ....... I 1:00 a.m. 8',,~day Evooimg Worship ........ 7:04 p.m. Wedueeday Win'strip ............. 7: ns p.m. Girls kuziUary. Sumlny ......... 4:04 p.m. WMU, Tuuday ................. e:04 a.m. Choir PraelJee; qundn!v, Celebration ........... e:04 p.m WedunAl~y, ~'lusg MuaieJaaa. 3:~ .m. bunday, Adult Choir ........... 8:04 p.m. Wednesday, Musle Makers .... 7:04 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH I~ ~It,, l'as~ Sunday Scelool .................. o:a$ a.m. ~y Mar#n| WoruhJp ....... le:M a.m. Satiny Eves/n| Worship.. ,, .... a:~5 p.m. Wedaenday Night: WMA ......................... ,h04 p.m~ SualM~ms .................... g:4a p.m. Wnrshi~ Survice .............. 7 :~ p.m, MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Hue,/Clemen~ Pastor Sunday Schoni ................. 10:00 a.m, Morning W~Ip .............. II:04 n.m. Evening Worship ................ a: 3e p.m, Wnda~ainy Clmte~l Chotr ....... 7:30 p.m~ United Methndlat Women meet ~d and 4th Mondays .......... 2: 30 p.m, FFF meets tat and 3rd l"uesda vet 1:04 u.m. MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Kn ~ Pmtw m.iny SChool .................. e:45 a.m, u~iny Morning Worship ....... tO: 45 8.m. Sunday Evening Wo~ship ........ ~: 04 p.ll~ Weduveday Mtd-week 8ervke... ~L04 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS ~ku~lay School ................. le:0o a.m. Worship Service ............... I I : 90 a.m. 8u~i~y Night ................... 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night ............... 7:30 p.m. CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday M~ing Worship ........ |:00 u.m. 8Wi~iny School ................. lO:iSa.m. BIMe 81rely ..................... S:30 p.m. G~pel 81nging gvm~ Znd Fri~y ~/mon~ ...... ~:30~,m. TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST ~ald R. ~, Ministw Sunday School .................. ~:30 a.m. Suudny Morning Worship ....... 19:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ a:00 p.m. Suminy SOng Scrvlce ............ ~:30 p.m. Wednesday Mid-week ........... ~: ~e p.m. Wednesday, Ladle~ Bible Class. t0: 0e a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST (~HURCH OF TRINIDAD Bill Watson, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Wo4mhip ....... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 0:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Wonhlp ........ 7:o0 p.m. Wednesday Worship.. ..... ...... ~:3o p.m. Auxiliary. Wednesday ........... 11:3o p.m, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD Danq 8d~, Minister Sunday School .................. 0:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... ! I : 04} a.m. Sunday Evening Wo~hip ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday ..................... 7 ~00 p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Tim Edmr~ Minlste Sunday School .................. e:4~ a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:50 a.m. S~md~y Evening Worship ........ e:~ p.m. UMYF .......................... $:~5 p.m. Fellowship Supper 4~ W~uday ................ e:30 p.m. Ladina Bible Study, Tuesday ..... 9;~0 a.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 1104. W.H. Uzkw, I~ Temporarily at 131 E. Tyler (Carroll & Lair Chapel) CHRI/g1XAN SCIENCE 8OCIETY III L T)4e5o~ 1111 Athlnc 6757397 Smlm ........................... l{kMl~ I=I S~. ~I ~I, ~mlk .................. 7:~0 p.~ ST. JUDE'S MISSION Fathw BA. Uidns Scrvle= held at Luther lane at Hwy. 115 lhmday Mass .................... a: 30 a.m. Sunday Schoni Immndintniy ,"~r baSS BRADSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY 111 Sooth Torq MelakMf 4851335 Bill and Betty Bradshaw T-SHIRT HUT lO] E Mitcham 489-1055 Malakoff THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry First Savings & Loan of Malakoff Highway 31 East 489-0991 K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mrs. Jeff Hopkins ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner IIIII I McCool's Dept, Store 489-1532 Jack McCod McKEE LUMBER CO. t. 11o dl II1 1. 485,0527 II TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W, Main 489-1331 I \ MARGIE B. AND LLOYD R. McCARLEY ::: Lloyd R. and Margie B. McCarley Tucker. will be honored with a reception from 1 The event will be p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at the children, grandchildren Eustace Community Center in grandchildren of the couple. celebration of their 50th wedding an- niversary. They have asked tl t no McCarley and the former Margie given. May Banks were married Aug. 12, 1933 All friends and relatiVeS srel in Henderson County by Rev. J. E. to attend. O ace 18 now Woody and Donna Edwards are Ohio, Cheryl Croy, owners of the new Donut Palace in Douglas Edwards, Malakoff. home. The business opened July 26. Prior to opening theb It is located at the corner of High- he was in the building ways 90 and 31 and is open from 5 a.m. years and she worked as until 5 p.m. for 30 years. The new owners had a week and one- They have two grandSO half of training before entering the new granddaughter. career field for both of them. Mrs. Edwards also Living in Log Cabin Estates, the ting, coukingand couple's children include Harold Ed- wards and Betty Cox, both residing in "I'm not deaf! ! just can't understand some vp ds." If this is your problem... Dahlberg Miracle Ear !1 may be your answer NO CORDS.NO TUBES.NO WIRES prow(](, ,t'~ h~,(~,,{,t,, fc~r you COME HEAR THE DIFFERENCE- DailyHr', 830n.m 4OOpm - CIo',ed Tues Sat by Appt HEARING AID :u~,toce Shopping Ctr Hwy 175 u,,tace fx 75124 4254086 BFrigidaire By CURT SCAR110ROUGH, Used by p~rmission; all rights Louis, Me. Question--How many regularly use cocain ? a) 1 million b) 4 million c) 8 million d) title tn Time map: Americans use tbe powerful s cocaine. Of this group, estimate that 5% to . 200,000, perhaps 1 mllll~ profoundly dependant new corps as as. During the past number of Americans the drug climbed from million and is still some 5,000 neophytes for the first time. Correct answer - b. TAN.E.ffexns Jgcol~l Narcotics Greenville Ave., Dallas, Texas 75~31. Booths available for arts and era: Booths are available craftsmen t( the public during the in November arts This juried event Saturday, Nov. 19, p.m. at the Navarre N. Main, Corsicans. Applications to exhibit For more Navarro Council of the, 2224, Coralcana, 75110 Nonin at 214-872-5411. Get convenient for all your foods, third door for ice, 19.1 cu. ft. Proof FRIC Refrigerator-Freezer' FPE.19v3M Eliminate thn nclcencs of flllin8 and siPilliq i04 trap with an Aatematic Ice Mai~. Automatic icernaker When you buv this deoenda01e - rigidaire rost.proof F "od Refrigera " Thought For The Day To Iov. as iov.s is to Iov. uncondlt,onally. CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME w. 4419-1702 Mmqwmmt & ~tlff HW. 31 489-1529 Monday-Saturday 8:30-5:30 Frigidaire BRig/claire Bl:ligidaire