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/, September 29, 1977-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 5 d News For Women Released At Lake Women's Style Show Alexander don't have to be a size 8 to the Cedar Creek Lake Commentator Jan Thorpe, look good in the latest fall Women's Club Style Show dressed in a floating chiffon pants and tight fashions. Tuesday afternoon at the long dress in fall tones from are out and you This was the good news at Cedar Creek Country Club. Terry's of Athens, kept models from the five shops moving,swiftly through the large crowd sstfibled for the club's fist meeting of the were shown Tuesday noon at the Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club meeting at Cedar Creek Country Club. Above are from Donnell Fashions of Malakoff, left, and Leisure Comer at Seven Points. Also participating in the show were M&M of Gun Barrel City, Terry's of Athens, and Merle Norman Studio of Seven Points year. A record crowd applauded the stunning array of fashions shown by M&M Fashions of gun Barrel City, Donnell's Fashions of Malakoff, Leisure Corner at Seven Points, Terry's of Athens, and Merle Norman Studio at Seven Points. Fake fur and suede, poly- esters, washable chiffons, and a variety of winter knits highlighted the show wihch featured fashions from morn- ing through evening and glamorous lingerie for after hours. The shirtwaist is back and several handsome interpreta- tions were shown during the afternoon. A rust colored gabardine coat dress from Donnell's was modeled by Jean James, loosely belted at the waist and accessoriezed with a coordinated print scarf at the neck. Mildred McDonald showed the versatility of black quiana jump suit from Terry's. Mildred modeled it first with a glittering jacket of black sequins for evening, then slipped into a white fur jacket belted with a narrow black belt for another glamorous, but sportier look. Cedar Creek ladies ob- viously have a wide selection of feminine lingerie for their leisure hours. Merle Norman Studios showed several out- fits in luscious colors. Cathy Pretorius had all the' ladies oohing and ahing over a coordinated white negligee and quilted robe from Leisure Corner of Seven Points. Cathy's outfit consisted of white pants and wrap around blouse loosely tied on one side with an empire look. The pajama outfit was white rib- bed quiana, lace trimmed. Over the pajamas she wore a matching quilted white robe, and matching white scuffs.It was the kind of outfit you wear for an evening at home when you hope someone drops by to see you. iii ? ,'ii  , CLIP THIS COUPON 8X10 COLOR ONLY 95 ..... Poses To Choose From must be accompanied by parent. one coupon for 8)(10 portrait at thls ecJal advertising price accepted per family residence. cents is the service charge for one Sl. for each additional subject. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. & Mon. Oct Oct 2,3 BEN FRANKLIN Gun Barrel Valuable Cou RESOLUTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MALAKOFF, TEXAS J WINNERS AT THE PPOA FISH FRY Friday night are seen above. Far left, E.E. Ransom, 128 San Felipe, who won the color TV set. Center picture, F. D. Herrin, 4108 Greenbrier Drive, ( far right in photo is congratulated by PPOA officers WallyO'Nealand Forest Haralson. Herrin won a side of beef donated by Bruce Smith of Tool. The other half of the beef was won by Theresia Spraggins, 7, (on left of right photo). Theresia lives at Cedar Knolls Marina, In the picture above. she and friend, Teresa Spain, were giving Tool Mayor Oran White a helping hand in preparing fish for the multitudes who showed up for the fish fry. (Staff Photo by Donna Alexander) PPOA Fish Fry Resembles Friendly Mob By Donna Alexander If as many people turn out to vote next April as turned out for the PPOA Fish Fry last Saturday night, there's going to be a new look in Henderson County politics next year. Thousands of people -- men, women, children, senior citi- zens, turned up in cars, and by the busloads to support the Presidents Property Owners Association fund raising event. President Wally O'Neal said it would be impossible to estimate how many people were there. Saturday morn- iiii ing he expected 1,700 to turn up, but conservative guesses Theres]a. a 7-year old daughter of one of the proper- ty owners association presi- dents, was one of the hardest working people there Satur- day night. She fried fish with the other members of her family for when her name was called, there was a great burst of appluase. Other winners: Mr. Smok- er, donated by Dewey Comp- ton, was won by E. E. Stugart who donated it to the Log Cabin Swingers. Another Mr. Smoker cooker, donated by Wally O'Neal was won by'C. E. Smith. Sports shirt from Mike's Mens Wear in Mabank, Jack Pierce; $10 gift certificate from Cedar Creek Hardware, Dick Dwelle; 3-month mere- peanut patties from Wagon Wheel Candy and Foods. Mary Allen: one gallon super white latex paint from City Building Supplies. A. E. Tuome: Dinner for Two at the Idle ttour Cafe, Jane Blake: $500 certificate of credit on any insulation job. from Sea- tite Corp., donated by Roy May, regional director. James Jolly; Allenco model aluminum storm door, $75 value from Redman Building Products, Carol Godwin. Canned boneless ham from Food Fare of Seven Points, George Jones: $10 worth of gasoline from Gurley's Gro- cery in Payne Springs, A. L. Miller; Two dinners from Katie's Diner, John Muir- head; 2 boxes shotgun shells Real Estate. Twain Waiters -- Dairy Queens m Mabank, Kemp, Trinidad: Food Fare of Seven Points. Tommy Bryant Real Estate Brack's Smoke House. Seven Ponits Grocery & Market, B&J Lumber Mabank Tv and Electronic Center. Charlie Slaughter Real Estate. Cedar Creek Carpets: Fugate Marina. Dons Port: Citizens State Bank. Malakoff.: W. R. McKee Lumber Co..: Farm- ers and Merchants National Bank. Kaufman: Stanley Construction Co.. Gun Barrel City' Kaufman County Coop; Gibson's Discount Stores, Seven Points: Island Marina; Payless Mobile Homes: Bank of Mabank; First State Bank of Trinidad: Sportsman Cen- CONCERNING THE DEATH OF T.R. RED iii! concluded there were 3,000 iiii people trying to find a plate our good friend and associate T.R. RED, i:i: full of fish Saturday night at this life on August 23, 1977; and iill the Red Barn in Log Cabin T.R. RED, had been an active member of !i!:: Estates. of Directors of the Citizens State Bank, ii People stood in line for Texas, since January 11, 1967, and had at all i!!i and vigorously participated in the activities ii::i of the Citizens State Bank, Malakoff, Texas, [iii uch services willingly, freely, diligently and ii!:: were available for service in any capacity in !iil his services were requested; and we shall miss the friendship, counsel and iiii departed friend and fellow Director through ii! i years: and the Board of Directors of said Bank has i::::i i a great loss in the passing of T.R. RED, and we iiiii officially acknowledge and record such great loss !ii::i express to the members of the family of our !iii! friend and associate our deepest sympathy in iii THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board ilii of Citizens State Bank, Malakoff, Texas, that i:i: does here and now acknowledge the great, ::::::i:: and loyal services rendered over such a long ii::ii 'T.R. RED, to said Board of Directors, to iiiii State Bank, Malakoff, Texas, and to all the iiiii on which he served, and such Board of iili i here and now express to the members of the iiili ,of TR. RED, our deepest sympathy in their great i!::i:: also express to them our sincere appreciation :i:i: friendship, association and services through the ilii our deparled friend, iii! FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this iiii be spread upon the Minutes of the Board of i::ii and a copy be delivered to the press and a copy ...,i:il three hours -- and then the inevitable happened. The fish ran out. Volunteers had been cooking fish since 4 p.m ........ fish, french fries, and hush- puppies, but finnally the loaves and the fishes gave out Neighboring restaurants reported booming business as hungry would be fish eaters sought sustenance at K-Bob's, the Dairy Queens, and var- ious barbecue restaurants in the area, One hungry family, after a two hour wait in line at Log Cabin Estates stopped by a Gun Barrel City restaurant and said the line was even longer there. Entertainment was provid- ed by the Log Cabin Swingers who demonstrated the rou- tines of square dancing ....... their attractive green and white checked matching out- fits provided an interesting contrast to the long line of hungry folks looking yearn- ingly toward the head of what to the family of the said T.R. RED. :i:i seemed to be an endless line. and folegoing Resolution was unanimously ::!:: Drawing for the many -- :.', prizes began at 8 p.m. and at a regular meeting of the Board of Dwectors of :::i State Bank Malakoff Texas, held in Malakoff, ii:: following is a list of the :::, winners: oa the 14th day of September, 1977. ::: ::, Color television set from ":': House of Color, E. E. Ran- .tton-President O.L. Albritton, Jr. :2 :': som, 128 Felipe Drive; side of E.H. Gatlin, Jr. :::: Carney Kirby ::::.., beef donated by Bruce Smith Dan Royall, Jr. ilii ofTool, F. D Herrin; side of iili beef donated by Bruce Smith, Phillip R. Bishop . ........... -.:-- ....... ,..:..: Theresia Spraggins. bership to Shape 21 Health Spa, Jack Hearn; $10 gift certificate from Meat Palace at Gun Barrel City, Bar Whatley; $25 gift certificate from Hyde Home Appli- ance in Mabank, Bob Adams; $10 gift certificate from Little Folks Shop, Asa Smith. $100 oil painting by Carl First from The Framers Daughter at Gun Barrel City, Ned Oslety; Spin Balance for 4 tires from House of Tires, Raymond Hill; one battery box from Don's Outboard Marina, Mary Thigpen; 2 haircuts from Harvey's Bar-i ber Shop of Gun Barrel City, Norma Perthene; Hair dryer from Groom & Son Hardware of Mabank, George William- son; $5 gift certificate from Travis Hardware, C. C. Fields; $15 gift certificate from Richman Florist of Ma- bank, Dewey Malouf; $13 gift certificate from Rafter M Shoe Repair Shop in Mabank, Powell Galloway; $20 gift certificate for groceries at Attaways in Gun Barrel City, Pete Watts; $7.50 gift certi- cate from City cleaners in Mabank, Virginia Black; Necklace and Zippl lighter, Harold Durham Jewelers in Athens, A. W. Burton; $12.50 worth of exotic rose bushes, Malakoff Nursery & Garden Center. Betty Stewart; Hair- cut and shampoo from Mala- koff Barber Shop, A. A. Scarbrough. One area rug from the Carpet House in Malakoff, Gene Long; 16 pks of 20 cent any size, Phillips Hardware Malakoff, Lavoce Hines; $15 in groceries, Green's Super Market in Mabank, John Chirstmas; Oil change, grease job and oil filter, value $15, from Carl's Care Center, Seven Points, Ronda Lively; $5 gift certificate from Green's Super Market in Ma- bank, Robbie Fade; five $10 certificates for income tax preparation from H&R Block Income Tax Service, by Jim Smith of Seven Points, Jack Sneed, Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Virgie Coors, Bob Madden, J.V. Lewes; 4 complete chick- en dinners from Carl's Fried Chicken, Mrs. George O'Brien. One complete front end alignment (American cars only) froms Wards Automatic Shop, $35 value, Harvie Reynolds; one lawn mower tune up, and a hedge trim- mer, worth $35.00, from Mow and Saw Shop at Seven Points, John Gee; Two hair cuts from Cow Lick Barber Shop at Seven Points, Ed Vernuola;$25 worth of per- sonalized Christmas cards :from the Mabank Banner, Donna Harper;S25 worth of personalized Christmas cards from the Matakoff News, unk--Znown; $25 worth of gro- ceries from Seven Points Grocery & Market, J. W. Bell; Hairdryer from Greg's Pharmacy, Gun Barrel City, Charles Harden. Firms who donated cash are: Cedar knolls Marina, Bruce smith. Jack Renfro ter, Gun Barrel City; Gun Barrel Wholesale Outlet; Food Fare, Malakoff; Teague Real Estate, Mabank; Jack Taylor Real Estate; Eubanks Funeral ttome and Eubanks Ambulance Service, Mabank; Mabank Meat packing Co., ; Manning Real Estate; Ken's Carpets; Hughey's Dept. Store, Mabank; E. H. Groom Enterprises,Gun Barrel City; royall Chevrolet and Buick, Malakoff; Al Inmon Ford, Malakoff; Casa Linda Fence Co., Dallas; Kenmore Invest- ments, Dallas; Elick Baxter Concrete Construction, Seven Points. Some names may have been omitted and it is quite possible that names of win- ners have been misspelled. If so, we apologize. Territory Times Sports Best Sports Coverage In The Territory!!!! - Inb. mL Butte Knits were featured by M&M Fashions with Lois Williams in a handsome beige skirt and jacket and coordin- ated print blouse -- that's right girls, it was a skirt, not pants. Many of the knit outfits did include matching skirts and pants with tailored jackets -- but isn't it nice to know that legs are back in style? Maureen Loden showed an especially attractive green two piece Butte Knit pants suit with a diagonally striped green and white top -- It was Spring green,' and looked especially bright contrasted with all the fall rusts,browns, plums, and eggplant colors. Another gorgeous green was seen on Madie Lee James, who modeled a float- ing chiffon long gown topped with a capelet, and caught at the bosom with a matching green silk rose. A perfect dress for the Christmas holi- days...from Leisure Corner. Memories of the '30's were revived by Helen Slaughter who showed a metallic shawl, lacy and trimmed with long fringe. Shawls will be the big fashion accent this year -- lace, wool challis, knit and crocheted, mohair-- Helen hardly got to keep hers on long enough to show before someone in the crowd bought it from Emmy Finley at Leisure Corner. Public The basic black never goes out of style, a fashion fact proved by Olive Miller who wore a close fitting long black dress for evemng, tied at the waist with a loose belt trimmed with black beads .... from Donnell's in Malakoff. A dream of a dress was modeled by Bette The(ford from Terry's ... a polyester crepe in an off white shade, topped with cape sleeves of brown chiffon. The front of the dress featured a latticed brown and off white satin ribbon effect across the bodice with streamers of ribbons down the front ... the kind of a dress you never forget. President. Virgie Gramly announced that a board meet- ing will be held Monday, Oct. 17 at 1 p.m. at her house. Notice NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON TIlE ENVIRONMENT City of Malakoff, P.O. Box Q, 107 North Terry Street, Malakoff. Texas 75148, Tele- phone 214/489-0521 TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: The City of Malakoff proposes to request the U.S. Depart- ment of Housing and Urban Development to release Fede- ral funds under Title ! of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 [PL 93-383] to be used for the following projects: CODE ENFORCEMENT- $45,000.00 WATER IM- PROV EMENTS-$59,000.00. DRAINAGE IMPROVE- MENTS-$55,000.00. All of the above referenced projects are in the project area located in the west portion of Malakoff, bounded by the Railroad on the south, a line parallel to and at lteights Street on the east, a line parallel to and at Good Hope Street on the north, a line parallel to and at Cherry Street on the west. it has been determined that such request for release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and, according- ly, the City of Malakoff has decided not to prepare an Environmental Impact State- ment under the National En- vironmental Policy Act of 1969 [PL 91-190]. The reasons for such deci- sion not to prepare such Statement are as follows: CODE ENFORCEMENT- Current conditions exist which cause detrimental ef- fects on the quality of life of target area residents. Reha- bilitation of individual resi- dences is necessary to im- prove this condition. Con- struction activities will be somewhat disruptive; how- ever, effects should be mini- real. WATER IMPROVEMENTS- The project area lacks suf- ficient water for household use and fire protection. No major increases in develo p - men( are expected to result from the project. Construc- tion will cause some relative- ly small amounts of pollu- tion and traffic disruption. DRAINAGE IMPROVE- MENTS-Current poor drain- age conditions result in ground saturation and partial ii inundation of houses in the i area The project will reduce such effects. Construction activities will produce certain amounts of air and noise pollution, and increase the load on the storm drainage ! system of the city. Pollution factors are limited in dura- i tion and within acceptable limits, while increase on load on storm drainage will be handled as part of the engi- neering of the project. An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by the City of Malakoff which docu- ments the environmental re- view of the project and more fully sets forth the reasons why such Statement is not required. This Environmen- tal Review Record is on file at the above address and is available for public examina- tion and copying, upon re% quest, in the office of the City Manager between the hours of 8 a.m., and 5 p.m., Mon. day thru Friday. No further environmental review of such project is proposed to be conducted, prior to the request for re- lease of Federal funds. All interested agencies, groups and persons disagree- ing with this decision are invited to submit written comments for consideration by the City of Malaboff to the office of the City Manager. Such written comments should be received at City Hall on or before October 13, 1977. All such comments so re- ceived will be considered and the City will not request release of Federal funds or take any administrative ac- tion on the within project prior to the date specified in the preceding sentence. The Chief Executive Officer for the City of Malakoff is d lnmon, Mayor,