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Page 10-MALAKOFF NEWS-Oct. 21, 1976 00iAssembly Of God FARMERS&amp; Menu '00iii SUPPLY Burns Note On Land MONDAY-Chicken and Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 Dumpling, Black-eyed Peas, CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Steamed Cabbage, Corn- Members of the Malakoff $20,000 within one year for bread, Milk, and Peanut Assembly of God burned a the congregation to begin Butter Cookies. note Sunday marking the construction on the new Kenneth Lewis Weet TUESDAY-Meat Loaf, final payment on a seven- church building. Pledges Owner KeTene String Beans, Harvard acre tract of land on High- and contributions were re- Beets, New Potatoes, Corn- way 31 East earmarked for a ceived last Sunday night in t amount of bread, Milk, and Apricots. new sanctuary. e $11,120, Rev. WEDNESDAY-Western- Rev. Calk held the note as Calk reports. SiTes 4-14 Costumes .... $.1 u burgers, Ranch Style Beans, Citizens State Bank presi- Following Sunday morn- Creamed Corn, Milk, Choc. dent Steve Sutton set a ing church services and the Free Monster Necklace Cake. match to the mortgage note, note-burning ceremony, the TIURSDAY-Tuna, which had originally been congregation held a dinner With Each Costume Cheese and Pimento Sand- taken out for a 10-year on the ground at the site of Masks ................... 29* wiches, Pork and Beans, payout. It was paid off in the proposed new sanctuary. Light Bread, Milk, and five months, Rev. Calk MakeUp Kit. Mixed Fruit. pointed out. Read The News ............... Flashlite ........... FRIDAY-Hamburgers, Rev. Calk set a goal of NOTE BURNING--Partial- zens State Bank President, a seven-acre tract on High- Lettuce, Tomatoes, Pickle., SUIT pating in note-burning cere- Steve Sutton, pastor Sam way 31 which is to be used Tnck or Treat Bags .... French Fries, Buns, Milk, monies at First Assembly of Calk, Jerry Hinkle, Charles for a new sanctuary. [Staff and Jello. God Church Sunday were Tapley and Haynes Knox. Photo by Tom Herline.] Lanterns ................. -' 1 from page one [from left, Ray Weeks, Citi- The notewasforpayment on Smith-n...u,u & Va ,tj:e"" //ff ':' with ,23,120 in personal the documents supporting ;, - r PARK Rainbows are produced by property values. The original the plea of judgment. A queen termite has been Lay Away S & H the action of sunlight on valuations were not listed in The following proposed known to lay eggs for 50 droplets of water which are in total valuations were listed veers! suspension in the air! " for each of the plaintiffs: from page one -- John W. Key, ST., Trial-saythatdespiteanearlylOWshowna20.stu. going todosomething, let'Swas $20 Worth Of Groceries See... __ dad, $305,990; John W." Key enrolment figure, the school do it." Sue Barnett Investments, Inc. Athens, district has Some discussion de- . $244,250; Key Ranch Spec- dent growth over last year's voted to seeking a grant for ial,Ahtens, $87,550; Cedar totals, the construction of the park For: HOME Creek Enterprises, Inc., Ellis said that there might under the new Federal Jobs Malakoff, $75,550, real pro- be some revenue sharing program which provides 100 COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE perty and $20,000 personal funds available for park per cent grants, but Supt. " property; Oran White, Rt. 3, improvements, but that he Jack Murray pointed out INSURANCE Kemp, $14,820 real property was countingon contribu- that if such a grant were FOOD A RAMA and $720 personal; George "Lions from civic clubs, indi- possible for the school it Riddlesperger, Malakoff, viduals, and others, should go toward renovation Reprenting: Empl0ye Casualty $8,6s0; Jeffrey L. DuBose, "We're talking about a of the old elementary school mm II Employer National, Motors Insurance Corp. Malakoff, $I,1810; Frances full community effort," Ellis building. Easley, Garland, $6,600; said. Sam Tanner, presiding Board member Tom Cox Royall Insurance Agency ..,os Gragg, Garland over the meeting in the asked if it might not be wise Malakoff 203 E. Royall Blvd. $2,200; John P. Vigilini, absence of board president for the district to obtain Dallas, $2,800, A.A. Cart- Ben Woolverton, said he felt plans for overall develop- Ph. 489-0520 510 W. Royall Bird, lidge, Rt.l, Athens, $17,540; We Have Cut Back Our Advertising Space In Order To Clyde Johnson Rt. $, At- the school should go along ment of the 80-acre tract ' with the proposal, before committing any land, Away $20 Worth Of Groceries Each Week! Jl -I/'" ...... I hens, $39,990 real property "I think it should be a board agreed to place a but acquiesed when the Williams, Malakoff, $43,090 community project and we We Still Feature Many Money Saving Weekly should see what we can work six-month cancellation real and $1,600 personal, and out," said board member clause in the proposed lease. HERE ARE JUST FIVE! W.H. Clark, Trinidad, Royce Massingi]]. "If we are ........................................... I " LUMeER $42,810. Action was taken on a -GRAIN FED HEAVY BEEF- motion by Massingill, =LUMBER * PAINT FOOTBALL proposalSecnded bYwasCOX approvedand the Sirloin Steak _ Rump Roast HARDWARE * SERVICE unanimously. Eddie Grimes and Woolverton were =1 lb. 99 Ib from page one absent ............................................................................ "EVERYTHING FOR five more for a Bear first over on their own 35. On Steam It Off Town Talk Del Monte Cut Amencan THE BUILDER" down on the Tiger seven, third and 19, Pyron threw a O#en'til4:00Saturday, Then lightning struck, pass to the right sideline, o remove wax from Bread Green Beans R0ur W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Pyron sailed a pass into the but Malakoff's Wes Holt wooden candlesticks without 303 con 5 lb. left side of the end zone, but leaped high to intercept and  1 lb. 10af scratching, hold them over a ttiway3! East Phone a gold jersey came up with avoid a threat, giving the steamingkettlefor a minute 3/$1 4/$1 69* M ataloff 489-0527 the ball. Lumbering Larry Tigers the ball on the Bears' and wipe off the wax with a Graves took thebaUwith no 40. .................. : ................................ , .................. , ........ one but the intended receiver Unable to move the ball paper towel, advises Mrs. near him, and raced the 105 again, the Tigers punted, Linda McCormack, family 1to Purchase 11ecessan] To Enter Grocery Sweepmke resource management Drawings Will Be Held Evepy Monday At 3 p.m. yards alone. By the time he with the ball rolling dead on specialist with the Texas reached the Malakoff 35, he the Bear 17. Agricultural Extension Ser- Last Weeks Lucky Winner Was Johnnie Andrews Of Malakoff. was looking over his Tiger fans had near heart vice, The Texas A&M Uni- shoulder to see why he failure when on third and 15, versity System. OUR BUSINESS IS SELLING GROCERiES-OUR FRIENDLY SERVICE I: wasn't being pursued. There Pyron pitched back to Larry just wasn't anyone close Epperson who uncorked a enough tobea threat, bomb to Tony Mayfield who *31 'to *111 The touchdown miracle had outrun Tiger defenders. was followed by a second The ball bounced out of his one. Bill Mulling split the arms, however, and the For Call Out Orders 481895 uprights with a conversion Tiger lead remained safe. put the Tigers ahead 7-6. Using a hurry-up offense BEGINNING WEEKLY FAMILY SPECIALS Malakoff has not fared well and a shotgun formation, 5P. ThisM" TOweeklO P.M. points.mst of the season on extraBut Malakoff still wasn't from28Brwnsbr used up the laStsecondstheir owntrying45 tOwithoutmOve BELOW OUR EVERYDAY PRICES Special Order OUt of tite woods. As the success. ON FIRM SEALY BEDDING! third quarter ended, The Tiger team was Brownsboro moved down to mobbed by students and ENCHILADAS Malakoff'ssixyardhneatter adult fans at midfield as the taking the kickoff to their final gun sounded. own 35. Benny Rogers started the $149 From the six, Mosley game at quarterback for the picked up a yard, and then Tigers, but Eddie Arthus ) & four more. But with third took over in the second / _FULL SIZE OOEEN 5ZE ....... I and one, and a mob at the quarter and called the plays t goal line, the ball squirted most of the rest of the game. t   free and into the end zone, Brownsboro had 14 first LI  where the Tigers covered to downs to Malakoff's 7, and end the threat, had 173 yards to Malakoff's TI Malakoff was unable to 144. Brownsboro was hurt move the ball, so Benny by three pass interceptions, $ 8 NEED Rogers, punted to the Bear as well as two fumbles. I 29 yard line, where Epperson Malakoff lost a total of four / fumbled, and Tiger Roger fumbles. Smith covered the ball. 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