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The lVla akoff News, Thursday, Oct. M, III -..4A . Junior and Misses Long Sleeve Blouse Polyester and cotton blends Select from a wide assortment of junior long sleeve blouses in solids and assorted colors Dolby stripes with ruffles and bows Sizes S-M-L Misses Flannel Shirt 100% Cotton ",Long sleeve placket front *2 Chest flap pockets *As- sorted plaids Sizes 32-38 /- I t ( French Camiset Sleepers Nylon Solids and prints with fancy lace trim 3 Piece and 4 piece styles Cam,set with matching bikini, garler and/or stockings Reg. 11.96-12.96 Your Choice Ag Update Many producers are concerned abeut their winter pastures. Although iome areas of East Texas had some rainfall, it has basically been spotted. With rain- fall, seed that were dusted-in earlier should germinate and do well. Dr. Sire Reeves, Jr., agronomist f~ the Texas Agricultural Extension Ser- vice, says that some producers may want to plant ryegrass alone in some areas. Good results were obtained lut year in Henderson County with se~ rates of 35 to 40 pounds per acre. Mar- shall ryegrass did well under throe conditions. If the ryegrass is planted in a sod, Reeves advises to hold back on alp plications of nitrogen until after the fir- st frost. Otherwise, the nitrogen may cause the permanent grasses to cam, pete too heavily with the seedling ryegrass. Once winter forage plants get a little ,,,: growth, Reeves says that they are p~ .... ty tough and can withstand some day weather. With adequate rainfall, many of these plants can survive. Most Christmas tree growers esn relax in their control efforts on the p/n, tip moth, according to Dr. Jamu Robinson, Extension entomologist at the Texas A&M University Agrlcultural Research and Extension Center at Overton. With the cool weather in F2mt Texas, the tip moths will enter tim pupal stage for overwlnterlng. However, in Southeast Texas, the life cycle could continue a little longer. Malakoff High Honor Roll Limit 2 Air Pump 3 Liter, twin liner .Metal body with unbreakable plastic liner for e~ 2 Pounds Limit 2 Limit 4 WaI-Mart Brand Tea Bags 100 ct. Filter through bag Split Skirt 65/35 Polyester and cotton twill .Betted split skirt, 2 front pockets Fall fashion colors Sizes 5-15 ,, ~!~/:" ., Spinet Piano 17 Inches long, 101/4 inches deep, 193/4 inches high Matching stool 025 Keys including sharps and flats No 257 Schaper Stamper Badland Trail Set *Durable, easy to assemble. tough track complete with ramp ,Includes a free DuraceH battery *No 873 for Bic Lighter Twin Pack Adlustabt~,~ llame Limit two packages Red Rocker Seat 11 ~/2"11 V," Height 20V2" width 13" Red screen design on head rest Wood and pressed wood Sturdy construction No. 90. Limit I e |.' Super Dome to,~]kwood c h ;~::,%(~ bo{.ird with glass dome .Multi- purpose u,'~es Limit 1 lil, l,tl lli, e Crayola Caddy *lrclud~ 8C.rayola markers, 48 crayons, 5 jars of poster paint, 8.pan water color tray, 2 paint brushes and instruction sheet *No. 5510 *Limit 1 Toddler Girls Long Sleeve Sleepshirt 100% Polyester Assorted screen print fronts Rib knit trim at neck and sleeve cuff *Sizes 2-4 Everyday Low Price Kenner Jedi Speeder Bike High speed flying ve~hicle used in "Return O1 the Jedi" mov &ellen figures sold sepa,,..ly one. 70500 Sit 'N' Play Table *Crayons, coloring book, chalk and sponge eraser *For ages 2-6 *No 60034 *Reg. 884 Softest First Born Doll ,20 Inches tall Three different colors of knit out- fits to choose from *Molded hair soft body *No. 32025 Senior A Honor Roll - Kalah Brown, Diana Meyer. Senior A-B Honor Roll - Jennifer An- ders, Paula Dunn, LaTesha Hardy, Ty King, Randy Lee, Rodney Moore, Mar- sha Overt,n, Paul Paulson, Culley Rogers, Belinda Smith, Donrrle Williams. Junior A Honor Roll - Andrea Conner. Junior A-B Honor Roll - Margaret Cestlow, Todd Gilmore, Pat Grimmm, Jimbo Harris, Chuck Hill, Dee Ann Holt, Yolanda Jackson, Lisa-Johnson, Dwayne Looney, Jay Mesa, Cindy Moseley, Chris Norris, Staei Stone, Paige Surls, Chris Turner, Peggy Wat- son. Sophomore A Honor Roll - Phylis Fowler. Sophomore A-B Honor Roll - Tom Bollard, Richard Campana, Me,halle Hood, Neketia Hawse, Bridgett Jackson, Lisa Kennedy, Clifton Nichols, Tessy Smith, Manay Smothers. Freshman A - Michael Hoyt, Sharla Slaton, Robie White. Freshman A-B Honor Roll - Alan Ap- ple, Marcus Batson, Emily Beaudrie, Tracy Behringer, Andy Berggren, Debbie Boatwright, Sean FarreU, Tammy Hanna, Tim Hlckmon, Terw4t Holland, Smanathia Houshour, Joel Knox, Sean McKean, Pat Malone, Kim Monroe, Billy Norris, Cynthia Rivers, Joanna Robinson, Sean Stenovitch, An- dy Thomas, Danny Weaver. Bed rest for fever If someone comes down with a fever, the best thing for him or her to do is to go to bed and stay there. Drink lots M liquid, but no alcohol. Light food ill allowed, but don't force yourself to eat. A Tribute To Olin Dukes To Olin it's a road filled with Friends People he's helped through the yeem And those he meets with time and apin To share new joy# or cff old tears. Ho's always reedy to lend e hand, Or do his pert when you're stuck in a ditch Or your car won't start, Some don't know how to help or even care But not Olin, He's always there. When May rolls around You can always figure To hear Olin Holler in town Ridin' on top of Old Triuer. Always being careful not to nellect That Flag he served in his prime She'll always receive his greatest respect, Whether serious or just having a tiara. So if you make a rodeo oq Tiger game, You'll see 01in Dukes and hie Fo d truck, They're one in the same. These days like all the rest Have been good days Olin gave his held. He was born and raised right here Until the day of Uncle Sam's call served his counhy with no mmom If and he can tell you aSout playin| &my fenthVl, or heipin8 those Germans drink hot bewf From humble belinninlP Never rich but always proud An ever present face Wher4ser there's a crowdl If Malakoff needs a Volunteer, Tiger Chairmen, Firen n, Pickup-man, Rescue unit, or Friend, Olin's hwe. Now Friend. He'll be quick to say To a person who's thinkinl IDa llwillt But he's just a truckdriver, that's all Gone four days end homo thin To Denver Colorado on the long haulf Some twenty odd years of safety, A record that won't soon falll Thanks Olin tot the Distil Friends and Fandll I ill ./