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The Mala koff NeWS ,Th sdaY, Aug:..!8,- pkg. filler paper, 1 school box, 2 #2 pencils, 1 bottle Elmer's glue, pointed of dress for school scissors, 1 pkg. construction paper. to the standards 5th grade: 1 large spiral notebook, 1 by the community ring notebook (no tri-folds), 1 blue ink pen, 1 ruler with ~/8" marks and cen- come to school with timeters, 1 pkg. notebook dividers, 1 having been given to zipper bag for supplies (no school neatness of boxes), 1 box of 24 crayons, 1 Elmer's do so may School Glue, 1 pair pointed scissors, 1 or otherwise be required large box Kleenex, 2 #2 pencils. Prepare themselves for the By,Mrs. JW. White The reunion of the White-Hillger family will be held on Sunday, Sept. 4, at Oran White Civic Center, Tool. All kinfolk are invited to come, bring a basket lunch and visit with us. We still have bingo for our fire department. A lage crowd was out playing Saturday night. Some folks ........ were sure lucky, winning as many as three times. No, I was not one of the ...... lucky ones. Mrs. Beth Griasom went back to Fort Common diseases Fully 98 percent of Americans are subjected to dental disease in some form--tooth decay, periodontal disease, oral cancer and many others. Worth Sunday to stay a few days with her daughter, Pam Martinez and help with the new baby. I haven't noticed the Tool news in the paper of late. But I have been writing. Maybe the mail delivery is as bad in Athens as it is here. Always my paper fails to reach me at least once a week. Sometimes I get the paper four days late and lots of my neighbors have the same gripe. Our gardens are about gone and it is time for us to get a rest from all the freezing and canning. We were saddened on Tuesday to learn that Rick Muilins had been killed late Sunday night in a one-car wreck near Waxahachie. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Mrs. Allie Monuments Pre-Need Funeral Insurance 403 East Royall Blvd. 489-1500 Malakoff Mae MuiLins has Lived at Tool for many Alexander of Irving. They were years, as well as Earl did when growing married in Eisenhower Road Baptist up. He was buried at Tool Cemetery on Church, at San Antonio. They will live Tuesday afternoon. Our sympathy to in Irving, where Rhonda teaches math the family, in junior high and he is associated with Regretted to hear that Judge Green Zales. of Tool had bad another heart flare-up Tolosa Picnic was last Friday night. and was in Kaufman Hospital. An unusual large crowd was there. I J.W. and I acquired another grand- haven't learned what the intake was, son-in-law last Friday night. Rhonda but beLieve it was good. Proceeds of it Lee White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. take care of the Baker and Ware Earl White, became the bride 9fGene cemeteries. Grocery and Market Whole Pork Loins... ............ $1.38 lb. 10 Ibs. Bacon..... ......... . .... $13.80 % Beef $1 28 Ib . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Hind Qtr.. .... . ......... . .... $1.58 lb. Beef Loins .................... $1.68 lb. Fore Qtrs ..................... $1.18 lb. Cut and wrapped to ...... ' ".:. " -i your specification (t,,....i i i "?;NO EXTRA CHARGE l "i ........ ......... ./ Phone 489-1089 Hwy. 90 Caney City / rules are to be will not be worn in will be worn in, except across may be be neatly groomed at all ' not cover the eyes. worn at all times. to be clean shaven, ex- mustache may and bare backs dress. are not to be worn by grades K-4 may wear 5-12 may I or immodestly etters or pictures are covered by this code .'ting to the extent o ,f the learning process of the principal or not be permitted. Cl~stROADS ISD I I [] ~(h,._, glue, 1 box Kleenex, 2 • 1 large eraser, plastic • Pkgs. manila paper, I pkg. l : l?nstruction paper, 1 • oloring book, 1 pkg. | ~-:~: ~ ~r~e ~o~ ~eooe~, ~ | li 7',: ! pair sba pointed • pink eraser, mad. [] [! er r s glue, 1 16-count crayons •/iq~(~2!tlm-bo pencils, Big Chief • l, i large assorted colored l l _ r..l aper (9x12), 1 large • Tk,~t~=~. !~12), 1 coloring book or • I.~r, ~ot, 1 two-pocket theme II L "lablets 2 pence, ,,o._ I I!~,, ~,~.. ' spiral notebook, I II~l~LS~rp-pointed scissors, • I,k. ,, , eenex, 1 med. bottle glue, I lil'"° Count or more), 1 coloring notebook, i pkg. filler 1!~%~#2 ~. Subject dividers, 12 Pencils, crayons, scissors, 1 rPer, 1 pkg. construction rge boxes Kleenex, 1 sin. | glue, school box. 1 notebook, 2 spiral large box Kleenex, 12" s & centimeters), 16-count large eraser, I box I ING AID Shopping Ctr.Hwy. 175 fx 75124 425.4086 .2 .2 "5 ,I I I I ,’, radial polyester cord body tough fiberglass belts rib tread • Set toe-in .Insect:tires djust caster and camber II Most American Cars MOUNTING/ P155-13 Whitewall FET:'1.51 each Exchange SUGGESTED SALE SIZE EXCHANGE PRICE P155x13 $57.95 $32.00 P185x14 69.95 47.00 P195x14 70.95 49.00 P205x14 75.95 51.00 P215x14 79.95 52.00 P205x15 77.95 52.00 P215x15 82.95 54.00 P225x15 85.95 56.00 P235x15 91.95 59.00 FET: $1.51-2.90 WHITEWALL • Group 24 • 300 Cold cranking amp s • 45 Amp hours • Hard rubber case ,42 Plates Plus exchange battery plies Wheels As Low As s2 5 • Install new shoes and pads • Install new front grease seals • Repack front wheel bearings • REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS • Inspect calipers • Turn drums and true rotors • Bleed and refill system ,Your choice 4.wheel drum or disc~drum type II Most American Cars Prices good through August20,1983 ana L i'