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lOA--The Mal~ofl News, Tlmnday, Nov. 3,11~ All types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Store Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. EXX()N ! !0 E. Mit(.ham, Malak,'JI 48q-12q2 I nllllll lUll ,i iii iii iiii By ARLINE LONON Local talent appearing with the Sweet Only a few days remain until the first Adelines will be the fantastic dancer, of two performances being presented Roy Markham. This talented young others made contributions. With adver- by the Cedar Creek Chapter of Sweet man attends Henderson County Junior rising money so scarce (especially at Adelines. An extra special program has College and has recently been awarded this time of year) and so many worthy been planned and the chorus hopes that a scholarship for drama and dance, organizations seeking a piece of the pie, all its friends and followers will be able Also, the Quad-Cities Four, which is a the Sweet Adelines genuinely ap- to attend. There will be similarities yet well-known men's quartet in the lake preciate every dollar received. Cam- differences in the two presentations so area, will be on the program They munity support is what it's all about. please feel free to attend both, if currently sing with the Big D Chapter in Thanks so much. possible. Dallas, but are looking for interested The Avanti Center in Mabank will be men to help start a men's barbershop Ticket sales are going well, but don't the site for the first performance. This chorus on Cedar Creek. More infor- wait too long to purchase them as they will be on Saturday, Nov. 5, beginning mation may be secured by calling may be gone. Tickets for the Mabank at 7:30 p.m. The location of the second Dwight Jones in Athens at 675-2697 or performance are on sale at Teague show will be the HCJC Auditorium on Clayton Gautreaux in Mabank at 887- Real Estate in Mabank and tickets for Nov, 12 at 7:30 p.m. Both shows will 4405. the Athens performance are available have door prizes hand-made by the The chorus wishes to acknowledge at Charles the Printer in Athens. Prices members of the chorus. You must, the tremendous positive response from are $4 for adults and $2 for children 12 however, be present to win. the lake area business community, and under. Of course, tickets will be i I II I Literally dozens of businesses placed sold at the door. Information numl~1 ads in the show program and many are: 675-3392, 451.3680 and 432-3~0. Substitute salt costs more money Instead of reachine for the salt shaker, consumers are~heing urg~l~ reach for their wallets to buy coJm~ salt substitutes. Salt substitutes cost up to $17 a pound, compared ,to~ cents a pound for table salt, says ~m,~: K Sweeten, a foods and nutritio~ specialist with Texas A&M'I Agricultural Extension Service. Most salt substitutes are simply potassium chloride, with added ingredients to imvrove its flavor, provide shelf stability, control acidity and perform other functions. e OPEN 6o m This Week's Feature; Hwy. 85 W. 7-Points LUNCH SPECIAL MONDAY Thru FRIDAY, 11 to 2 p.m. with French Fries Salad Bar Soft Drink + tax or + tax II w/Salad (Anytime) FRESHLY MADE DALLY ALL YOU CAN EAT TUESDAY NITE BUFFET III IIII I I I II WEDNESDAY NITE II I I I I III + ,o~ w/Salad Bar Burger, French Fries or Onion Rings 8, Soft Drink ' :1 ........ :q Would you like your restaurant to be on this page? Call Today For More Information J Malakoff News Cedar Creek Pilot 489-0531 432-3132 Under New Management! "' C: ..... ! i n Y ng e Sout . on Sun.-Thurs. Hwy. 85 ~1-9 Fri.&Sat. Gun Barrel City OPEN 7 DAYS l-]O 887-2041 9uBe r I ........ II, "Best Home Cooking and BBO on . l!lJ Cedar Creek Lake." ..... 2', '/ , I Thurs.,Fri. gsot. 6p.m. till? f ;TT : ' Sunday 5 a.m.-3 p.m. [l'i )i( Located at Cedar Knolls Marina ~-~;, ..,, ,.,~ Hwy. 274 to Calvary Baptist Church, turn East County ' : Line Rood-3 miles 498-8710 :")t -: :.: co=w eood lexiean Food l s ;aurant OPEN 11 a.m.- CLOSED SUN. & MOll, % mde from the 'Y', Hwy. 175, Athens, Tex., 675.2983 OPEN 7 DAYS If If Breakfast- Lunch ge, R, . Dinner --- DINE IN OR TAKE OUT--- 887-0730 Hwy. 175 W. 8, Market St., Mabank (