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EE DELIVERY OCCASIONAL TABLE EXTRAYAGANZAI ODDS & ENDS ONE OF KIND August 18. 1977-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page S AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSONI PH.489-1335 , - . Ever hear of budd]es Bud ways coming up with a 119 N. Terry, Malakoff i iiiii dies are good chums that scheme to get lots and lots of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gilmore Corpus Christi and touring have a lot of fun together. We have just a pair of buddies out here at Cedar Lake. Long, tall, lanky retired farmer Bill Simmons, with a twinkle in his eye, and slender, small and black, jack of all trades Freddie Kenner can be seen off and on all through the day with their heads together, laughing and telling tall tales. popcorn. Yep, these two are sure 'nuf buddies. Speaking of buddies, Elmer Sloan of Kerens visited his brother-in-law, Curley Gil- liam, and also Marvin Far- mer this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Teetz had an afternoon outing this Sunday with Mrs. Teetz's sis- ters and her brother-in-law. are taking a short trip to Arkansas. They left Monday and will visit Rogers, and Lake Eureka. Mr. and Mrs. AI Inmon were in Detroit for three days this week taking a look at the new Ford automobiles. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy White of Garland visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. the hill country of Texas. DeWayne, Judy and Joey Seat and Bobble Ann and Mary Seat were all in Tyler Saturday shopping. While there, Joey and Bobble Ann enjoyed a trip to the zoo. Mrs. Lela Belle Dodson spent the weekend of August 6 in Ennis where she attended the wedding of her daughter, Choose from What one doesn't think of to They went to Kerens and Fowler. Mrs. Martha Carpenter to J. start some fun with the around the countryside. Mr. and Mrs. Treman Per- L. Lewis, both of Ennis. The tyl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cliver kins and boys spent a week- ceremony was performed by all s es and will.activity director the other visited with Mrs. Pearl Kelley end recently with Mr. and Bro. Eddie Ricks, pastor of shapes. The two decided recently and Clinton Holliman this Mrs. Tommy Tapley of Hous- Anthony Drive Baptist from that some barbecued possum would taste good, and every- one should have heard the wild schemes they dreamed up to trick the possum into captivity. To everyone else's relief the possum hasn't showed up yet. Then they had a scheme to get a horse and hide it under weekend. Frank Simpson was visited this week by Mr. andMrs. Wingham of Caney City. Ms. Emma Williams, Josie M. Kenner, and Will Kenner, all of Dallas, visited with Freddie Kenner Sunday. We welcome two new em- ployees, Mrs. Beth Reever L the_ bed. And Freddie is al- and Beverly Swell. Bankers Attend School M. Stephen Sutton, Mala- sion programs, and research e koff, and Ray W. Kent, Trini- assignments. day, were amont 729 bankers attending the 20th session of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU this month. Two-hundred and four sen- iors were graduated Aug. 5 after completing three years of successful participation in case studies, lectures, exten- FURNITURE 110 W. CORSICANA 675-5183 Halford Printing 101 Mt. Vernon 887-0808 Students attend on-campus sessions for two weeks each summer for three consecutive years at SWIGSBIE in order to receive their diplomas. The 729 bankers in atten- dance came from 28 states, the District of Columbia, and Mexico. The faculty of 263 included bank presidents, lawyers, bank officers, pro- fessiors, and executives of commercial and manufactur- ing corporations. The 21st session of SWIGSBIE will be July 16-18, 1978. Applications and bro- chures can be obtained from Dr. Williams S. Townsend, SMU, Box 214, Dallas, 75257. Hyde Shopping Center MABANK ton. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farmer, and Judy Newman, Cindy and Traci, all spent Sunday in Garland with their son and brother, J.A. Farmer, who was celebrating his 50th birth- day. 30 friends and relatives were there for the day. Clayton Davis is home from Scotland visiting with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Davis of Cross Roads. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis, are expected home later this month. Master Kelly McClintock of Trinidad spent the first of the week visiting with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crouch. Kelly visited while his mother, Tammy, begin in-service at Cross Roads School. Mr. and Mrs, G. V. Walker and Susie were in Lufkin Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dobbs. Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Mrs, LeRoy Almond and Mrs. G. V. Walker were in Waco Tues- day through Friday attending a WMU houseparty. Commissioner and Mrs. Jim Blakeney spent three days last week on a trio to SCHOOL :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from page one a career orientation course for seniors. *Voted to renew membership in the Texas Association of Community Schools. Elsom Church. The couple left on a trip to Corpus Christi and Padre Island. Mrs. Dodson spent a few days with her granddaughter, Lisa Car- pcnter, before returning to her home Thursday. Joey and Bobbie Ann Seat spent Monday visiting in the home of their great uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Grimes of Athens. DeWayne Seat and Bill Baker of Fair- field spent Monday fishing on Lake Palestine. An official at Sheppard AFB, Tex., has announced the graduation of Airman Ricky D. Baker from the U.S. Air Force's aircraft maintenance specialist course conducted by the Air Training Com- mand. Airman Baker, son of Mrs. Mac Baker of 525 Cross- roads Drive, Malakoff, Tex., is now trained to maintain, repair and service aircraft currently in u.e by the Air Force, and will serve at Edwards AFB, Calif. Comple- tion of the course earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Communi- ty College of the Air Force. All types Job printing PHONE 489"1 Letter Heads Envelopes Business Cards Bulletins Mon.-FrL 8-5 revealed that if the school participated in the program the bus could not be used for anything but transportation of the elderly. Since there wa P no advantage to the schooJ the bus would be a financial liability, the board voted against the program. ' *Discussed the policy about b people using the gym during non-school hours. Elsom said that although school officials b wanted people in the district to make maximum use of the gym, there had been some abuse of the privilege. In the future, he said, the gym will not be open Satur- Frigidaire Refreshment Center Delivers ice. chilled water and two bever- ages right through the door 100% Frost-Proof 20.0-cu-ft total refriger- ated volume 5.94 cu-ft freezer compartment Meat Tender Twin Vegetable Hydrator FP:-200TI Phillips Appliance Malakoff The airman is a 1974 grad- uate of Malakoff High School. Marine Private First Class Kevin M. Fulgham, son of Dr. and Mrs. G.M. Fulgham of Box AK, Malakoff, Tex., has been promoted to his present rank while serving with 1st Marine Division,. Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, reported that membership in . Calif. . , de ad been especially ....... A I6 gradua te of Malakoff helpful to small schools dur- ing the recent legislative session. 350 school districts in Texas are now members and a full time representative is maintained in Austin. Mem- bership is $150 a year. UM Women Hold Luncheon The Malakoff United High School, he joined the Marine Corps in October 1976. Today-Evelyn Tanner Saturday-Syble Cliver, Caro- lyn Drake, Karen Robert- son. Jeanette King Filet Savings days after foothall season is Methodist Women met at the Sunday-JodyMiller, Rebecca over. Sunday afternoons, the home of Mrs. Dan Taylor McSweeney four coaches will take turns August 8 for a covered dish Monday-Mark Jock, Kay locking and unlocking the luncheon, with 12 members Mattingly gym in the afternoon for a set present. lvJ eym00 o "-n-' num0000of00o00s  Lorena Irving was Tuesday-WandaJones, Davidjohnston, Harold Templin, Organized groups will be program leader with a study Jeanice Phillips O able to use the gym by on Cuba which concluded the Wednesday-John Shumate, making arrangements series, "People and Frances Burley, Lana Per- through the superintendent's office. *Discussed curriculum changes. A foreign language will be offered this year, and Systems". The group will be guests of the Trinidad WMU for the next meeting scheduled for September 12. kins ANNOUNCING ]AMES RILEY IS NOW AT Dulaney Auto Supply He invites his customers to see him at Dulanev's all day Monday through Friday and Saturday momhgs. Malakoff Ph. 489 - 1533 Hwy. 31 East V NewCamper. Malakoff Branch SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS i Malakoff Branch 219 North Terry, Malakoff 489-0991 An Equal Opportuni rer An Affiliate Of Invest-Tex, Inc. 11res and Tubes Open All Day Saturday *Tanner Motor 110 E Mitcham CO= 489-1292 EXXON EDUCATION = JOBS GET PAIDI-LEARN A TRADE! EARN WHILE YOU LEARN[ Did ou knov, that vuu ma) l)e qualified to receive nmnthh benefits of"np Io $]50 hile learning a trade such a, brickhl)ing, atnt,i mechanics, uelding, INN. radio and telexiion rei)air, or refrigeration and air conditioner I'eltail', o1' t'OSllletolog) ? ()1" VOlt Illa %lalll Io elzroll ill all acaden|ic coul'se 'hicil ;ll q'an}fer to a four ear college. RE(;ITI':I{ N()l [or the fall semesler. Make plans to attend full time. part lime. da or evening classes, and receive all or part of your educational benefits. I{egistration, continues through September I1, with classes lwginning Augusl 29. For more Information: Contact: Office of Veterans' Affairs Henderson County Junior College Athens, Texas 675-6228 l1