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14A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1961 MARIUM LYNN VENABLE AND RICK e Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Venable, of Rt. 6, Kemp, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marium Lynn, to Rick Janicke, of Gun Barrel City. The groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Janicke of Tamarack in Gun Barrel City. The couple has planned a Sept. 26 wedding at 7 p.m. in the Liberty Baptist SELF- PROPELLED 50% more power than prevlous up- rights from Eureka. • • Exclusive RUGULATOR® that adjusts to any pile height. • TOUCH CONTROL that responds to just a touch of your fingertips. • 30 ft. cord Special introductory price O0 Model 5060 Phillips Appliance & Hardware Hwy. 31 East Malakoff 489-1529 JANICKE e to weq to sponsor The United Bird Dog Association, with a large porch. This w{]l act as Tyler, Texas, a member of the Amateur headquarters and the entire day's ac- Field Trial Clubs of America, the tivities can be seen from this location. recognized birddog authority, is happy The afternoon's event will not begin to announce that the Club is sponsoring until 1:30 at that time a delicious Bar-B- a free, fun afternoon, September 27, Que lunch plus all the trimmings will be 1961 at 1:30 p.m. This well established served free, compliments of Mr. Ben Club dates hack to the early 1930's and Fitzgerald and the club members. serves a large area of Oklahoma, There willalsobefreerefreshments. Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana. The After a leisure lunch, the Club will Club's chief function is the im- have a pointing dog bench show with provement of blrddogs and the three classes, puppy, derby and all-age. restoration and preservation of up land This will be judged on bench standards. game birds. You do not have to be a There will be no admission to enter member to attend, your dog and prizes will be given for Host for this event is the Fitzgerald first place winners. Kennel, specializing in the pointing breeds of blrddogs. The Kennel is This will be followed by an event that located at Chandler, Texas. To get to the ladies especially will enjoy as well the grounds, go to Chandler turn North as the men. We have approximately on FM Rd. 315 and go approximately $1,000 worth of merchandise such as oil two miles to River Hills shooting paintings, lamps, sleeping hags, ther- preserve sign and take a right, follow rues coolers, etc., donated by some of that road until you pass the kennel and Tyler and East Texas's outstanding you will see a IOR cabin on toy of a hill merchants. These will be auctioned off at a fraction of their actual worth. The final portion of the fun day should prove to be the most interesting. This event is for bird hunters and the people JAMES 1. STRINGER To inger joins Malakoff Church of Christ The Church of Christ in Malakoff is pleased to announce that James I. Stringer has assumed the duties as the full time minister of the church. Brother Stringer has been preaching for 22 years primarly in the east Texas The Mankin Cemetery now has $11,443.86 tinental Savings in has been set up where money will be used cemetery. The aim to increase the savings where it will make the supporting for u The Association thanks for the support and asks for program. Checks Continental Savings in Richard Gunnels G. w. Qu nn E. P. Hellener Marjories Children, in Cyral Washburn Herman L. Andrews J.W. Gunnels Jim and Florence McMeek C. W. Qulnn, Jr. Helen Washburn w. F. Quinn Louise Limhaugh Jesse Ruth Euphie B. Dorbandt Mrs. A. L. Shafner, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. J. C. Peeblos, MI Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Loamon Rcg in attendance will have a chance to see area, including Shelby, Panola, Rusk (Available October I, 1981) This Citizens State Bank Tax-Free Savings Account allows you to exempt a full year of interest from Federal Income Tax, up to $1000 for an individual and $2,000 for a married couple filing jointly. This one-year certificate requires a minimum deposit of only $500. HERE'S AN EXAMPLE OF THE HIGH YIELD CSB "ALL SAVERS FER: II I If your family income is: $50,000 or more $35r000 , , $25f $20,000 or Less III I I 1 I Your tax bracket probably is: I 50% 40% 30% 25% CERTIFICATE" CAN OF- The interest rate you'd have to earn to equal 12.61% after Federal income tax is: I 25.22% 21.01% 18.01% 16.81% II Figures above are approximate and based on 1981 tax tables. Interest rate of 12.61% is equal to 70% of average investment yield on one year U.S. Treasury Bills as of the most recent auction date• II I II J Is your money tied up in a 6 month money market cedificate? • We can transfer your 6 month money market certificate into an All-Savers Cer- tificate with no penalty for early withdrawal. Tax exemption is lost if (k) the certificate is used as collateral for any loan; (B) any part of the prmc,pal of the certificate is redeemed or disposed of prior to maturity. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. This offer is subject to final Federal regulations• Citizens State Bank Malakoff 489-0530 Member FDIC _ i iiii i i,,, ,, i l, , taken on pending issues., had a perfect attendance cast 151 votes on the issues Betty King, in a letter to "This is and in my fulness to your job of of your district should Recent heavy rains covering most of Boys invited the state may alleviate some surface • " water shortages, says the director of to Join sc the Texas Water Resources Institute, but Texas still faces a water crisis that could be more severe than the present energy crisis. This Tuesday "The lack of rain last year had there will bean reduced the amount of Surface water and up, to join available and ground water supplies and Boy Scouts. are being used up faster than they are at 7:30 p.m. in the Ma being replenished," said Dr. Jack tary signing up boys and to Runkies. "This presents problems to trdops cities and municipalities, the energy Seou~ leaders will be industry and particularly in the programs and answer agriculture." While the developing water crisis will parents affect the entire nation, it will be most invited to attend severe in Texas and the Southwest as scouting program the population continues to grow, said already Cubs, Runkles, who predicts by the year 2000 are also asked to come Texans will be consuming 24 billion parents. These gallons of water a day, up from an their uniforms to estimated 15 billion gallons a day Tuesday, Sept. 22, currently, everyone to come. INA BY ITSELF. At Arkla SERVE'L, we're so sure of our gas air conditioners that we offer an unparalleled ten-year no sweat limited warranty. And for good reason. For reliability. For durability. And for the quality. Just another reason why Arkla SERVEL is in a class by itself. WITH GAS AIR CONDITIONING *Ten year no sweat limited warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship on the sealed refrigeration unit for tan years from date of installation of the air conditioner when it is installed in a single family residence. Arkla Servel agrees to repair or replace such parts as are deemed defective when retumed to Arkla prepaid, including a fixed labor allowance. Biggs Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning 489-0741 i" l ==FI'" .= i.e. ''A,I l il . ''. " "The church building is located at 419 When you're considering fruit and North Martin St. here in Malakoff, and cheese combinations, a handy way to there is always a warm welcome to remember what to serve is this: with worship with us," Stringer said. sweet fruits (honeydew or grapes) ser- vea mild-flavgred cheese such as T S till Brick; with tart fruits (apples), a exa s strong.flavored cheese such as Ched- dar. water shortages 67th sessions i m ru i Malakoff Tiger T-shirts $3.98................ Glitter rs $4.98 Hooded rain jackets, 4 to 14 ..............,........... $4.98 Mens raincoats $3.98...................... Umbrellas $4.95 Ladies dome umbrellas $2.98................. Folding $4.98 S & H Green Stamps Malakoff Lay.Aways pistols and blanks will be furnished by munity, and we wantto be a part of the the club. For more information call community. We have left many won- Milton Redfern, 597-2265, Dempsey derful friends in other places and we Stewart, 561-5727 or Harry Adair, 849- are expecting to make many in this 3327. area," Brother Stringer said. ddog and compote in this event, entree fee will be $2.00 per event entered and will feature a puppy, derby and shooting dog and meat-dog stake. Bring your family and be prepared to have a real fun afternoon and remember you do not have to be a club member to par- ticipate. The club asks that no one bring guns or live ammunition, since blank Carthage. Stringer said he and his wife, Moline, are happy to be in Malakoff, and any time he can be of service, anyone can State Senator RoY feel free to call him at 489-1718. They Nacogdoches scored a are making their home at 606 N. Cedar dance record in the St. during the regular session "We are indeed grateful for the way Legislature. The senate convened 83 ti we have been accepted in the corn- the regular session and ding issues 2311 times. dition to having a record, cast all 2311 votes During the Special convened 16 times @4NNb@4NN~~~DOI4NNND@4NNNNNP{NPOIN~@@OOOOIND Church on Highway 90 in Gun Barrel ding HCJC ex-student. Those wishing to City. nominate an ex-etudent who has out. The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate of standing accomplishments should con- Malakoff High School and is currently tact Jan Weaver at 675-6252. employed as a dental assistant with Dr. Those interested in participating in John Loar in Seven Points. the parade should contact Mike Peek at The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of 675-6252. Duncanville High School. He is self- Ex-students interested in planning employed as a carpenter, the home-coming activities or contac- All friends and relatives of the couple ting other students should call Jan are invited to attend the wedding. Weaver at 675-6212. tivities as part of the celebration for their 35th anniversary. The day of ac- tivities including an ex-student awards luncheon, reception, parade and foot- hall game is scheduled for Oct. 31. To make the day a complete success help from the community will be needed. An all our effort is being made to accept nominations for an outstan- dogs work in the field with their haw and Nacogdoches counties. He served a II Henderson County Junior College will dlers, under natural conditions, term as the associate minister of the d d feature a full day of homecoming ac- Everyone is invited to bring their bir- West Panola St. Church of Christ in atten e a