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September 10, 1981

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8A~The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 10, 1981 "Instant inch'loss can be yours with the Body Wrap." - A benefit in many ways: Stimulate and improve blood circulation Removes dead skin cells & opens pores Helps in the elimination of toxins through the skin Instant results with first visit 100% safe NOT a water loss Now you can do something about cellulite No pills No shots Draining & removing waste materials Releasing the trapped substances Restoring normal elasticity to connective tissues Mabank Off Hwy. 90 887-0630 Behind Dave's Super-Save II END-OF-MODEL-YEAR OPEN DAILY 8:30.5:00 Saturday 9:00-12:00 GER 685 R VET 200 II GER 768 R EER29! ' GER 684 a|nmen Bill Vinson, owner Hwy. 31 W., Malakoff 489-1000 ent of Members and prospective members of the Malakoff Art Society were welcomed Tuesday at the first meeting of the new season by retiring president, Martha Dee Thompson. A new slate of officers, with Mattie Broyles as president, was elected for the coming year. Members voted to meet thirty minutes earlier at all subsequent meetings. The new time will be 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month in the conference room of the Malakoff City Hall. There were three main topics presen- ted for discussion. Dues of $10 for the coming year will Announcements of further detailsFor more informatioil be received at the next meeting,concerning the activities will be made Broyles, 489-1565 Tuesday, Oct. 6. at 7 n.m. later when they are complete. 451-2693. One item concerned the possibility of having workshops during the coming months. Professional instructors would be secured and subjects would include watercolor, palette knife painting and other subjects of interest to members. If practical, other art clubs and in- terested persons would be invited to participate. Another topic was about the ad- visability of having a spring student art contest to include children in the lower grades of school. Some inquiries have already been received from interested students. The last and most urgent item for discussion was the coming October art exhibit and sale, by members, of their Parmesan Rye Thins are delightful art and artcraft works, with soups or salads. Spread thin slices Persons wishing to become members of rye bread with butter and sprinkle and participate in the exhibit and sale with grated Parmesan cheese. Toast should call one of the art society mere- under the broiler a few minutes or until bers as soon as possible or come to the crisp. next meeting. WORKMEN spent most of the night Wednesday repairing a section of railway line following a 16 car derailment Trains were able to resume service on the track in early afternoon Thursday. The derailment occured e nesda y. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavali ) 9-14-81 to 9-18-81 Monday: Corny dogs, french fries, pinto beans, dessert, milk. Tuesday: Spaghetti/meat sauce, french bread, green pea salad, jeUo, cookies, milk, butter. Wednesday: Barbecues beef on buns, french fries, baked beans, buttered corn, pudding, milk. Thursday: Fish sticks, baked macaroni, fruit salad, bread, milk, butter. Friday: Hamburgers, french fries, salad bowl, pinto beans, dessert, milk. Cross Roads School Sept. 14 - Sept. 18 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday : Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Thursday: Sweet rolls, juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Cornmeal twist, pinto beans, macaroni & cheese, milk Tuesday: Meatballs with gravy, green beans, whipped milk, fruit. Wednesday: Chicken pot pies, mixed greens, milk, Thursday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, blackeyed peas, cookies. Friday: Hamburgers, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, french fries, milk, fruit. (Hart Schaffner & Marx, Christian Dior, Botany 500, Hardwick & Others) $12'2.00 $280.00 to $145.00 to $310.00 $150.00 $330.00 to $1 .00 to $350.00 $195.00 to $225.00 I n $385.00 . New Fall Suits Included Entire Stock of Entire Stock of Large Group of Long Sleeve (Knit, Sweater & Velour) Entire Stock of Short Sleeve Reg.$26.00 to $35.00 Entire Stock of Jockey (By Puritan 8, Jockey) Reg. 65.00