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14A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. I, IM3 es &y f/orma Most Cars)... Includes Front Pads or Shoes and Wheel Barrings Packed OIL CHANGE AND LUBE JOB. ...... =13" AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE..... . qO Includes 5 cans of Freon We Have a 10% Senior Citizens Discount OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Corner of Royall and Terry 489-0692 Malakoff It's always nice to start the Log Cabin news with something nice, so let's start with babies. Dorothy Britt has a new great-grandbaby, born Aug. 7, weight 5 lbs., 14 oz. Christopher Earl Whitaker was born to Dorothy's grandson, Ronnie and Drenda Wldtaker in Seminole, Texas. Opal Liner is well on the way to recovery. She was out to the fire meeting and to church and to several other places. No one is happier to see her out and about than I. Things get hack to normal when Opal gets around. We think she is great. Nina Stone worked concession, Bob Richardson called bingo, and Gait, Irene and Ione Jones worked the cards. We never did get to Nina and Harry's house, so we took our gift to bingo, so did Claudia Vassar. I'm glad there is someone eLse like me. Nina is a hard worker. She has started the Nutrition Program up in Log Cabin in the Tac Room. If you are 60 years old you can get a good balanced meal for 75 cents, and have a grand old time visiting with your friends and neighbors. Please join everyone Monday through Friday. If your mate is not 60 and you are, you can both still come, just so long as one of you is 60. Kay and Jim Riechard won $500 two weeks ago at bingo. They called Kay's mother, Juanita, this weekend from New Orleans. That's living. Louise and Bob Richardson have had their grandson, Chris, for the last week before school starts in Piano. The grandchilren will only be coming on holidays from now till next smnmer. It must be wonderful! Clarence and Agnes Leech are home. They have been gone for about two months. They just jump up and go when they take a good notion. This time they went all the way to Canada. It must be nice. Another two that travel like this, both winter and summer, are Joe and Nonna Lince. They just got back from Michigan. They have also been gone a couple of months. They bought a new mobile home just before they left, so they will now get to enjoy that. The phone book is out and I think it probably can be bought at the office. I don't know what the price is on it. Forgive the mistakes. Marilee Willhehn had another vacation with her son and his family just before school started. They spent some time in the Big Bend Country. Glad to see her home. I cannot tell you how much I enjoy our church in the Red Barn. We have had some bad times and we have had some good times. God has been looking after it lately. He has taken over the music, piano playing and the mem- bership. I can't think of a better thing to happen. It's doing so good, it has to be God who is doing it. The gate was torn down again this weekend, but the persons that did it were apprehended. They did not live in Log Cabin. It's really a shame it will cost all the property owners every time something like this happens. David and Margaret Rimmer are new retirees. David retired in March and Margaret just last week. They have the plans of all retired people to rest and travel. They plan a fishing trip to the Texas Coast down near Port Aransas. I can't imagine why they don't want to take me with them. After their fishing trip, on to visit family in Denver, Colo., and then to visit family in Winston Salem, N.C. After all of this, they will settle and get lazy with the rest of us. Harry and Nina Stone wish to give all of their wonderful friends in Log Cabin 8:00 A.M. to 7 P.M. 1111 EAST TYLER PRICES GOOD AUG. 29-SEPT. 3 TIRE P155180R13 Plus 1.50 FET. Size Everyday Low Price P185/80R 13 36.96 P195175R14 42.97 P205175R14 44.88 P205175R15 47.78 P215175R15 48.96 P225175R15 51.84 F E T I 90 213 2.34 2144 259 2.74 P235175R15 53.97 2.96 Wi f II I II I I II II IIIII Your Choice Front End Alignment Adjust caster, camber, steering toe settings Adjustments to manufacturer's specifications ,Additional parts, needed, at extra cost FREE WaI-Mart safety check ,,'For n ost U S cars. some imports, tighl trucks to V2 ton All Service For: MOSt U.S. cars, some Imports, light trucks to V2 ton. Additional parts and labor, if needed, cost extra Lube, Oil and Oil Filter Change hL datt nuw W;_tlIbt~41t ()ii flit 'l ,Lubricate cha.s.;,s to rT)ar~ulacturcrs ~-;pcCih(.;ttti()r/s (C,~dS with fittings) -Install up to 5 quarts ot rlam~; brand 10W4() oil ,,,Check all fluid levels ,FREE WaI-Mart safety check ,For most U S. cars, sorn(~ imports, !ight trucks to ~,~ ton WAL-MART'$ AUTOMOTIVE POLICY --- II ,s (~*f endeavor tu t;ahsfy aft ( ush')mers Wal Malt ~(,qd*r~:, ff~t, tp~hl tO dt~dlrle ~fty ~i~tvi(~, wht~thot ,l(Ivk~rIl~ed Of FI()I whort~ ~(~ ,~uh)r~obdo h~I~ r{?l;~(~(] wofH .briefs wh~:h it1 W~i MHrl ~; bolt~ d~':,cf,|~(}rl wouJ{I :;urv(, t() Ctt?~|L~ Or ( Of)|ff/ut" ~1 lht* ~:u!~;hlm~!r m;ly !~{j{l it wflfh'rl witlv(ll Of tfl(~ Ief!la(:errlttid ()f S~ch tIOt~dOC~ I)~(t,~; Wal Mar! WAL-MART'S ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POLICY -- It ,~ oHr i,~ terlh()r~ to h~vt? ~vory ,t(lv~,rtlst~d iI(n~q ir~ ,~lo[;k td~)wrv~i; ,~ dL~r I~ ~IW W~tl M~H Wll~ ~ssu(: (t },.(~1~11 (.;hP( k ()n tt~qut~M ~ul fh~ qI(-n /);indt:,t, t,~ be purt:hd~(,d ;H flu; s,tle i)[~:e wh(~n~.v*~r JvHfl;tbl(, ~ will ~1 yO~ J s~rIIILIr It~,ro ;tt ,i ( O~T~pHl~bL~ ft'()uL tl{)r~ if~ ~)llL P W~' ~ct~fv~ The' ~blh! (O hmlf qt~,~rltlbt~ a special thank you for received in their says she received still getting them, She says a special Marvin Cook, Penny Margaret Rimmer, together. Nina's brothers wives came, but one gallbladder surgery and She is doing fine. and Nina in her ever all get together, they have a hall. The Ladies Auxiliary Volunteer Fire special called meeting Aug. 22 to elect officers rules for the were: President, vice president, Opal Marilee Willhelm; Agnes Leech, chairman, Ruth Gentry. It's really amazing. people drag the not surfaced in weel group go out in their ski. There is nothing but they go with no because they think it them. They don't even children put one on. You the poor man they are his family would I'm sure that man felt happen to him. Wednesday has day. We had our the new year. It always be desired, but it has it's over and It's such a pleasure friends. Most of us together for at least have our ups and downS, like each other. I had the surprise. There was bowling alley, Marie start with the league out she lives in Log I received a from Leona Leona has bowled be the fourth year. fantastic lady. I received a from Opal Pettinger, Log Cabin, telling me likes the Log Cabin husband, Chuck, is Of course, that's Ke No. Let me tell king of diamonds Corman left and the three of hearts times I have won the last time it was 2.63 had, huh? I told me her home Sunday from the, doing fine. He goes baC in two weeks. Gait Mathen is not writing. I will keep you Be nice to someone. See you. Employee Profiles BEI Beuford Brown, a has worked in years. He was an Upshur County VAC personnel A Co,-Op in He received a B.S. education from pra: University in 1955 1966. In 1971 he tification in East Texas State been trained in and or learning guidance and elementary, high school. He served two was honorably years active duty reserve. He and his wife, Henderson ISD, have ANN Ann Apple is the She received a East Texas She and her who is with college, have three c 18 and a student at freshman at MHS dy, 12, who is a They live Her outside spectator at events. They are United Method/st Cross l oa' School BREAKr~ Monday Tuesday - C, ereai, Thursda Friday Monday : Labor DaY ...h Tuesda~y Fish, fr~"" slaw, corn peas, Thursday - Bean cake Friday - Sloppy pickles,