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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. I, 1981 For All Your 24 Hours A Day We LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE agent for Mayflower ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION. 214-874-4221 31 Corsicana, Texas Needs Ca,1675.6771 Athens 7 Days A Week II 312 Underwood Street Athens, Texas install and service complete gas systems Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * The firm of W.H. Durmon & Son Ray. Glass Co., located in Malakoff for the The business has been at the present past 13 years, has recently expanded location at 315 Bartlett St. for the past their business to include a new shop. nine years. Open hours are from 7:30 The block tile building with overhead a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday doors will be used to house his auto andfromT:30a.m, to noon on Saturday. glass business and mechanic shop. Durmon and his wife, Norma, are Owner of the business is W.H. Dur- parents of four children, Sharon Abbe, mon. Associated with him is his son, Karen Coos, Carol Nolte and Ray. accepting, Starks said, "My primary wish is to make the district attorney's office in Henderson County more full time and accessible to the people ." The SMU Law School graduate is residing in Athens with his wife, the former Jennifer Marls of Shreveport, his lO-year-old daughter, Anna, and six- year-old son, John. In making the announcement of Starks appointment, Handorf also expressed the need for a f.11 t/me secretary to work in the Henderson County office, making Starks' t/me and There will be a price change in the W.H. DURMON GLASS CO. You have heard of prices going up, but never down? Well, we are going down on our prices. In the past, we gave 40 percent off on windshields and 30 percent off on tempered parts. Our new prices will be 50 percent off on windshields and 40 percent off on tempered parts. : i/i ~iii! =; 315 Bartlett St. Malakoff Reg. $18.20 $20.13 $19.95 $8.68 $13.91 $15.33 Sale $12.58 $13.92 $13.79 $5.99 $9.62 $7.95 $26.50 $7.47 $10.95 $30.90 Jone Polyflex Outdoor Paint Polyflex House & Trim Wash & Wear Latex Enamel 489-1101 from page one efforts more efficient. The decision to hire a full time secretary rests with the Henderson County Commissioners Court. whoever he could get would most likely continue private practice because of the small salary the staff position pays. In commenting on the position he is CLYDE ROSE Clyde Rose, 59, of Trinidad, passed away Sept. 26, 1981 at Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana following a lengthy illness. Services were held at 3 p.m. Sunday at the First United Methodist Church in Trinidad with the Rev. Tim Edwards officiating. Burial was in Trinidad City Cemetery. Mr. Rose was born Sept. 18, 1922, and was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He had lived in Trinidad for 11 years. Survivors include his wife, Gladys Jo Rose; his father, John W. Rose of Cor- :,,,~ Pasadena,Sicana; threejoyceSiSterS,St. AmaEliseof Arlington,Page ofi~~ and Shirley Ray of Ennis; three brothers, Wayne Rose of Dallas, W.A. Rose, Jr. of Ennis and Roy Rose of Corsicana; a step-daughter, Minnie LaVallee of Star Harbor. Pallbearers were W.C. Fleming, Jr., Bobby Rounsavall, Don Bichell, Roy Stanfield, Mondo Renteria, Larry Don Estes and Curtis Moore. Paschal Funeral Home of Kerens was in charge of arrangements. Art Society Report MEETING AT THE HARBOR HOUSE on September 17, of American Business Women's Association installed officers for year. Mrs. Nannie Drake, acting-president, read the oath of following: President Eva Wright; Vice President Donna York Closser; Corresponding Secretary Peggy Estes; and Treasurer Prior to the installation ceremonies, the members were treated to art works featuring local artists. The program was presented by Gregg, founder of the Mainkoff Art Society. Mrs. Gregg explained and objectives of the organization and invited the ABWA members the Society's Art Show to be held beginning October 12 in the Library. Mrs. Gregg displayed several works, Including those of nan, Lisa Stone and Page Suttem. The meeting was adjourned with S that the next meeting will be held on October IS at the Harbor House. Photo) ,i President of the Malakoff Art Society, Mattie Broyles, spoke for the entire membership in expressing ap- preciation of the people who came to the Sept. 19 exhibit and sale, to view and purchase paintings by Society members. The exhibit and sale was the first such event to be sponsored by a local businessman. The Society offers its thanks to Er- nest Holland, owner of Phillips Ap- pliance and Hardware Store in Malakoff, for his encouragement and support. The next exhibit is scheduled for Oct. 12 and will run for several days. It is expected to culminate in awards and another, more extensive art sale, to in- clude full sized paintings as well as Imini-paintings. i Details as to location and time will be announced later. Shirts & Jeans sizes 6 mo. to 14 yr. Girls 6 mo. to 7 yr. Boys Choose from a selection of rugged polyester/cotton denims and corduroys, all permanent press. BERTHA ABBOTT Malakoff playing their Callaway) Peerless Latex Wall Paint Super Coat Outside Latex Satin-X Interior Wall Paint 4x8 Pre.finished Wall Paneling Per Sheet Asphalt Roofing per sq. CD Decking Smoke Alarm Storm Door, Bright Aluminum All discontinued J/B Color Paint 10% dlseount on all W. Royall Blvd. $20.35 $12.99 $56.50 $53.50 qt. $I.I0 gal. $3.99 Plumbing Supplies . 48 891 Mal ',~0 was the lucky winner of $100 this week from Fabulous Fortune of Prizes game. (Staff as pictured Charm Step See our selection of fall styles. Dusty Just arrived! Men and Boys long sleeve to By Levi, Wrangler & Campus Press & Sport Solids & Plaids L I t I _ in I I Mens and Bop Insulated vest and insulated coats, wide selection of materials nylons, suede and gaberdine . ....