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; ...... + .-e-o-.-...o.%%%%%%%..%%%...,..,.......%,.,.o.,.....-...- .- .-...- .- FFA Boys Win At Stock Show of the local FFA boys keep busy year round -- especially winning stock. boys in the pictures were win- Van Zandt County Fair last which began Thursday and through Saturday Scot Robertson won third place showing in the Opens with from ranchers and profes- Tapley won 4th place with his also in the Opens. David also with a heifer which he had won judging contest in Hot=s- in the summer. Spivey won 7th out of a class With his heifer. Mattingly, Agriculture " In- will accompany these boys E With three other boys to the Hen- County Livestock Show at the on the Tyler Highway, week-end Thursday, Fri- Saturday. says there will also be a Sale, and the local boys will have there for sale. in the 1971 Henderson County Show are due in the County office, Athens, Texas, by 5:00 p.m., Monday, August 16, according to Tackett. General Superintendent Wyndel Tac- kett reported that a record number of livestock entries are expected with 4-H and FFA members exhibiting 84 steers and market hogs. Dr. Randall Grooms, Area Extension Livestock Specialist, from the Texas A&M University Research and Exten- sion Center at Overton, will be the of- ficial beef cattle judge. All beef cattle, both the open and junior divisions will be judged Friday, August 20, starting at 6:00 p.m. Swine Division judging will begin at 8:00 am. Saturday morning with A. D. Fitzgerald, Swine Specialist from Lou- isiana State University putting the of- ficial placings on the entries. Warren Nordyke of Fort Milling ComPany in Tyler will judge the Dairy. Division starting at 10:00 am. Satur- day morning. Exhibition of all livestock and horses are reminded to bring with them an official health certificate. .! JERRY SCOTT ROBERTSON POSES WITH HIS 3rd PLACE WINNER AT THE VAN ZANDT :: FAIR. i ( -7- i "It's not those who lie ::: awake nights that succeed, : but those who slay awake days." General Dentistry Dr. Richard J. Campbell has assumed the practice of Dr. B. H. Pruitt at 109 So. Prairieville OFFICE HOURS 8:00 - 5:00 Morn thru Fri. 8:00 - 12:00 Noon Sat. FOR APPOINTMENT 675-3811 MALAKOFF NEWS -- August 20, 1971 -- I'a,:c Sevt, CAMPBELL'S Expert Watchmaking and Jewelry Repair Phone OR 5-3132 ATHENS, TEXAS DWIGHT A. JONES, O, D, OPTOMETR IST 220 S. Palestine, P.O, Box ; Cloud Wed. Afternoons Pho. OR 5-2697 Athens, Te:o Because we understand the effects of bereavement, we make every effort to provide thoughtful assist ance in every way possible, with dignity at all times. CARROLL g LEHR Funeral Home ATHENS, TEXAS W BOATS ARE COMING Worth Star-Telegram, were pre- BRADFORD sent when the late John W. Car- penter, one of the founders of Imprevenumt Assn. the Trinity Improvement Assn., opened the old bridge hack in ceremony 1931. new high-level nay- on State Highway Rupert Mecklin, bridge engi- last week was an neer with the Texas Bitulithic for at least two Co., says the handsome eight- attendance. Thee. lane navigation bridge over the histmian, and Trinity on Interstate 635, in veteran Trinity southeast Dallas, is about finish- for the Fort ed. Only some painting and a with dictionary, filler paper, divider, zip- and composition book all for .. 2.98 Binders .................... 49e to 1.98 Paper ...................... 10c to 69c ...................... 1.25 to 3.98 Pails .................... 2.98 and 3.98 Books ............ 29c, 59c and 98e ALL SCHOOL INCIDENTALS TH DRUG & VARIETY Malakoff -- Phone 489-1220 ,. Dstance me Users September 1, the ,argo= for long cal:s within the State of Texas wiU be as follows: will be reduced oa most statlon-to-sta- ca;is dialed direct, without any opecator one-mMute Jni;,;l pcr:od c;'s M'I be at low night rates, for stalMn-to- calls* dialed direct wiihout operator between 11 p.m. and 8 a.m. This make it possible to call anywhere in as for 22 or less. periods when the various customer t r,tes are e,,ective will be the same for interstate calls. will be increased on all pe;son-to- and station-to-station calls requiring or assistance in any way, except as below." direct rJ;a!;n ;= not available, the customer rate will be chargol for call= non-coln phones, on which the caller furnishes code and numbro and the call is ha/l k from wlzi it is made. datailed informalio ma'/ b# obnd a t any company bugna #lice, auAf,aes.&/00d few other finishing touches need added. The project is about ed. Only sone painting and a few 'other finishing touches need to be added. The project is about 99 percent complete and will be turned over to the Texas High- way Department probably next month. Meckiin is rightfully proud of the big bridge project, and he should be. It is the first navigation bridge on the Trinity to be completed inside the City of Dallas. Lake Livingston is rising, be it ever so slowly. While we had hope that the mid-summer rains would raise the level of the lake as much as five feet, it now appears that -- without some additional hard rains -- there won't be anything like that kind of a rise. Seems that a thirsty Mother Earth has been drink- ing up most of the water. Water Information Center, Inc., says the Rhine and the Danube rivers in West Ger- many are being tied together with a canal to form a vital part of a shipping lane from the North Sea to the Black Sea. The impact of the water road- way on land-locked towns in the heart of Europe will be re- volutionary. West Germany al- ready carries more tonnage on its "wet" freeways than any other European country, and this addition to the canal sys- tem will mean that the Country with 2,800 miles of autobahns will also have 2,375 miles of navigable waterways. The sigi',t and sound d tow- boats on the Trinity will be spectacular for millions of folks, especially the young people, many of whom never have seen a towboat. From lookout points along the canal, we can watch for the towboats coming around the bend, as they do along the MississippL The Corps of ngineers is making contracts with study groups from Stephen F. Austin College, Nacogdoches, and the University of Texas, Arlington, for further studies of environ- mental features of the Trinity Basin. These studies, along with onion progress by Texas Tech, should provide helpful infor- mation for the final design of the waterway. We have said many times - and we repeat here-that Trinity improvement through TRA'S maser plan is a program to bet- ter environment ? Surely a good water supply, pollution control. economic growh, job opportun- ities, flood control, recreation, low-cost water transportation soil conservation, wildlife pro- pagation, and plenty of park sites and natural areas. Mrs. Gladine Hnggatt, mother of Mrs. Marine Tart, is in Kansas for a months visit. She will visit in Thayer for awhile with her da-ghter and then in Neodesha with friends. 500 SHEETS FILLER PAPER (Limit one per person) Limit one per person FREE 45 RECORD of your choice with each $5.00 Reg. BATTERY ;e of school $3.30 OPERATED Si$$0[$ s2.65 supplies excluding Reg. $2s Pinking Shears s1.9 500 count paper. PROMPT, COURTEOUS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE (Prices good Aug. 20 thru Sept. 3) Reg. 6 Rexall Foot Powder ".Contact Lens Solution $t Electric Reg. . . .00 off on any Clock orWind  69_... Rexall  r Aspmn oo MAX FKT-COT-  Reg. ubbnohE 49  "B'  Reg. 49 Glycerin Suppositories Panty Hose Reg. $1.29 400 COUNT Facial Tissue BRITE-SET Hair Spray Reg. $1.00 89' 2 for 49' 55 c Can 2 f0r 50' Tooth Brushes Klenzo REDI-SHAVE Shave Cream " FLUROIDE Nail Pohsh M 131 s2.00 off Redi Spray Tooth Paste Remover Mouth Wash on Any Deod. 6+-oz. Tube Reg. Z.c Reg. 5 c Reg. Reg. 53 39 c 98 O/ +  $1.09 J Night Cold 00Cleansin Hormone Cream Cream Cream Cream :: - Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg." ,zso ] price price 00+_price price price _ _ $2.25 $1.50 _ $3.00 $1.25 PHARMACY