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August 25, 1977

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Pae 6-MALAKOFF NEWS-August 25. 1977 Fifty percent of all second brides in this country receive a diamond engagement ring._ First Savings Has Money To Lend. For ANew Boat. Malakoff Branch SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS ! Maiakoff Branch 219 North Terry, Malakoff 489-0991 An Equal Opportunity Lender An Affiliate Of Invest-Tex, Inc. 0UAt HOUStN6 LENDER l '00ar00e00e,ection 20% Polyester 80%Cotton I  BB I Pull-Over Sweaters Sl0. 98 to Sl 5095 Jacket00, Large Assortment  Coats & Jacks Leathe:Jackets Many To uiltea uown Choo e Fr m Suede Jackets S O With Zip Out Fleece Lining Corduroy With Fleece Lining L from GQbiedi:eNyl::k With Hd '16. 9` Pu] Hurry Before They're All GonetI! LA?A00A? SAVE 0! ON A GREAT SELECTION OF WRAPS! 95 to s75. All the latest coat fashions for fall.. zippered and hooded looks,belted styles, more, ('S Terry Street Malakoff Pre-Schoolers To Party At Malakoff Library Friday, August 26th at 3 p.m. pry-school-age children of the Malakoff area and their parents will enjoy the closing hour of reading at Malakoff Library. Fifteen pre-school- ers have enrolled this sum- meT and have taken home 75 books to enjoy. They will be encouraged to continue to use the library and the many new children's books which have recently been acquired. These children under the direction of Miss Traci New- man will recite the poems, "Wynken, Blynken and Nod" by Eugene Field, "The Swing" by Robert Louis Ste- venson, and "Who Can See ]'he Wind" by Christina Ros- setti. Able assistants of Lou- ise Baker, chairman of the program for the summer, have been Polly and Sue Walker, Diane Slaton, Kathy McWilliams, Marie Trimble, Karen and Michelle Ashlock, and Traci Newman. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Love took their daughter Cheryl to Arkansas on Friday, Aug. 19 where she will be a freshman at Harding College in Searcy, Arkansas. A large crowd attended the Trinidad-Leon scrimmage game on Friday evening. Leon made two and Trinidad one. Jan and Leslie Jones of Ft. Stockton have been here visit- ing with father, Mr. Frank Van Orden. Fred Svoboda returned home after surgery at Tyler Medical Center. berson, Sun Beam Councler- Nancy Jackson and Diane Patterson, GMA-Jean Haley and Carol Brigance and Nur- sery-Susan McElroy. Janice Wheatley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Wheat- ley. graduated Aug.' 12 in summer session from the East Texas University receiv- ing her Masters in Science. Janice will be teaching Homemaking in the Grand Prairie School System. Reminiscence e MENS BIBLE CLASS of the Malakoff Methodist Church in 1928, front left, Dan I Will M. Clay, Kenneth Smith, Thomas Moore, ? Christian, Grad Stanford Orrick, Orville Dodson, Earl Gentry, Bro. S.C. Irvin, Dr. Owen, ?, Luther Clay, and Cotton Allen. Back Left are John Jackson, Harry i Gellette Bishop, Billy Riddlesperger, Leonard Grant, Herbert ( Whitehead, William Pirtle, Mr. Crawley, Arthur Riddlesperger, Mo Ham, ?, ?. Standing in the door is Buddy Thompson. The picture was Thomas. ,.ST... M,X.T.OC,. ,o., $23. Diane T,mm of Califoroia [] is vacationing with her grand- i i 80[ SPECIALS parents, Mr. and Mrs. John POLYVI It. Pritchett. 1 ' ' Helen and Elizabeth Clark of Whitehouse visited last week with their grandparents 1 THE VITAMINS DOCTORS RECOMMEND America's #1 LAXATIVE Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Tuesday Ladies Bible Study I . ' } met at 9:30 a.m. in the home r .... etamuci of Mrs. T.A. Stanfield with CHILDREN'S CHEWABLE eight members present. VITAMINS Announcements were given ............ followed by prayer by Mrs. "" ........ Dorothy Harrison. The lesson  was given from Mark, 8th BOTTLE OF 100 chapter. Mrs. W.C. Fleming, I -,--- ----Regular II ! Jr. gave the closing prayer. S,Q Altha Pybus has been a *l patient at Henderson County I Hospital this past week. She returned home Saturday after ill surgery. I Mrs. Margaret Broach of  - Nacogdoches has visited with 'i "ii :" her cousin, Mrs. George Black. Mrs. Broach's child- ' 'ren, Rev. L.B. Broach fnd :L, : ...... daughterfor her werereturnheretoOn Nacog-Friday i * beltless feminine napkins LSUAU!IO0R 2 I.,OLA;De 8IM  doches. $1.80 Ollie Stanfield of Dallas visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Daisy Stanfield. Kristi, Matt and Blake Mil- ler returned home on Friday i|    after a weeks visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fbs tel gl Bill Miller. Edith Roberson has retired I FOR ACNE , for the past ten years in the m WMA of the Trinidad Calvary Baptist. Edith has done a I lm..,.__ |,il good job all these years. She ! / 4 oz. I w | is now teaching the young   f*oz married couples class in Sun- z oz. $1 30 ,,2oz day School. I 4 1/20Z.CREAM $1.63 Those attending Pat Col- $1.30 $1.39 ,,,, oz ,,,, 82 vin's B.A. Degree graduation from A&M College at Bryan | College Station on Saturday' Aug. 13, were her parents, ! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colvin .:::=,, Pernox. and Gregg, Thomas Frazier, I I, .... 1 REGULARandLEMON WILKINSON II Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frazier, il FOR ACNE  Diane Frazier. and Mrs. Wil- liam Trotman. I Betty Terry will teach in l::;' IM ,oz. RAZOR $1.70 Kindergarten in Kerens. Trinidad cheerleaders at" I  $1.30 tended the cheerleading . BLADES 69 ii"oi6 ' school at S.M.U. in Dallas, Aug. 1-5. Those attending _ were Head Cheerleader, Mi- I chele Morris, Linda LaCour, Kathy Airheart, Carrie Ganis i and Cindy High. The girls brought home two excellent  TYLENOr BIO SLIM T ribb s, t 'o o stand lg rib- bons and one super squad ribbons, two outstanding rib- bons an d oae super scuad i acetaw, nophen tablets ribbon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I NNOOcEXEC'Sg, NGs ' Cheatwood and Haven of | for the millions .o .o.o.. ...,..s, Henderson are here on vaca- tion visiting with relatives. I who should not Two new homes are being take aspirin... built on Smith Street. Sandy and Ronnie Hiler i ---- ,/, o, have sold their new home place to Ray and Nelda I Germany and family. The Hilers have began construe- Vl SACLEAN tion on a new home on Lee St. EYEGLASS ( Dan and Betty Melear clos- ed out the Conoco Station on 1 ,00'sTABLETS zo's ,,- ----1.'7 8 Saturday, Aug. 20. | . a,v.. .apti., :,.V W.M.A. have elected their 4o's new officers for 1977-78. They are: President-Theda Craig, Vice-President-Merle Estes, Secretary-Treasurer-Jerry t McEIroy, Bible Teacher-Pat RANAM[RICARO Williams, Ass. Teacher-Edith Roberson, Mission Teacher- Mary Bliss, Ass. Mission Teacher-Mildred Johnston, Project Chairman-Sandy Lohman, Reporter-Edith Ro-