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October 14, 1976

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Page 6-MALAKOFF NEWS-Oct. 14, 1976 i l .::.:..:.:::::.:.::.:::.::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::.:::::::.::::::::.;iii i The Rogers Report i! By Benny Rogers Well, it's that time of the year once again. That's right, it's time for Malakoff and Brownsboro to meet once again on the old grid iron. This annual clash is our version of Texas-OU week. Although things aren't quite as routy the eve before the game. In case you haven't got the message by now, these two teams hate each other and love playing for the bragging rights for the coming year. These ingre- dients always provide for a classic game. Last year was no excep- tion as the Bears came into the contest undefeated in district play and seemingly on their way toward the district title. The Tigers' on the other hand, were winless in district play and were only playing for pride. That was enough as the Tigers held Brownsboro to a scoreless tie and ruined their hopes of the title. The situation is the same this year. Brownsboro is 2-0 and the Tigers are 0-2. The situation is the same and let's hope the outcome is Malakoff stops Brownsboro. Students received report cards for the first six weeks period last Thursday. So if any of you parents haven't seen them by now, you Baptists Name Messengers Marles and Nannie Drake, Louise Shumate, William and Alice Cartlidge, Dorothy Arthus, and Rev. James and Dotty Cheatham have been named as First Baptist Church messengers to the annual Association Meeting scheduled today. IIII Two tablespoons of peanut butte contain at least as much protein as one medium size egg or six ounces of mil., , " Some people believe that a fern growing in a tree c  stomachache. might ask around. This past weekend in district 13-AA action Brownsboro skunked Mabank 19-0. Kaufman nipped Van 8-7 and Canton bopped Grand Saline 28-0. Until next week--A life of leisure and a life of laziness are two different things-- Think about it!! Silk Replaced A Bro. Sam Calk, Pastor First Assembly of God Church 802 College St. invites you ,to REVIVAL SERVICES October 19-24 7:30 p.m. W. C. MANGRUM Evangelist We're also planning a Ceremony and Dinner Sunday Morning following Services on our Property off Highway 31 East. Come Bring a Covered Dish. ii! PART OF GAME--The ere Toot, There A Toot ,s o ever-present part of every Malakoff High School football game, at home or on :::: ....... . ......... ............ ........... .... ......---.-.....-...........-.-:........ the road. These shots taken during a recent game and in half-time activities are typi- cal of the Fighting Tiger Band's activities. [Staff Photos by Loraine Herline]. New Rebekah Lodge Being Installed Here Thursday, Oct. 21 for the purpose of instituting a new lodge. Oddfellows and Rebekahs will meet in the OddfeUow hall, 200 S. Terry at 7:30 BIGG8 SHEET METAL SHOP AIR CONDITIONING All Rebekahs, Oddfellows, visitors prospective mem- bers, and members who have moved in the area are invited to attend.. All new members joining will be charter members of the new organized lodge. A covered dish supper will follow the meeting. If you need any more information about the new lodge call: Sister Anna Bell McCleary, See... Sue Barnett office 489-1510, home 489-1931, Sister Pauline Miller, 489-1632, Sister Gladys Rainwater, 451-3400, Brother Otis Christian, 432-3909, Brother Bud Bishop, 451-2671 or Brother Wm. R. Litchfield, 489-1190. The temperature on your home freezer should be kept at OOF or below. For: HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employerf, National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royail Insurance Agency Ph. 489-0520 510 ^' ,,,satl Blvd. SALES- SERVICE FREE . ESTIMATES DAY OR NIGHT Commercial - Residential Mobile Home Air r Heat '-48 *L*x" ---'--1 9-o=4: I i -- ' 406 HWY 31 E (Serv/ T Car CrY( Lake v) October 23rd LADIES STOUT FASHION 887-2067 Hyde Shopping Center Mabank, Texas ii Drawing r 23rd at 3 p.r You do not have to be be present to win. 1st Prize.=50 in merchandise 2nd Prize- =25 in merchandise Blouses Coordinates Separates Lingerie Dresses Sweaters Scarfs Jacket & Pants Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday thru Saturday