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November 11, 1976

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/ Cross Roads Menu Corn Beef Apple Tarts Macaroni and Cheese, THURSDAY Pressed Peas, Cornbread, Ham and Pimento Cheese Butter Cookies Sandwiches, French Fries, Chicken Pork and Beans, Light Steak, Fluffy Pots- Bread, Milk and Peach String Beans, Hot Havles iMilk, Jelly and Butter FRIDAY - Hamburgers, - Beef and Lettuce, Tomatoe, Pickles, Stew, Cheese Buns, Milk and Fruit Jello Crackers, Milk, We Can Handle NI Your Commercial Business, ,,Trucks- Long & Short Haul Wodunen's Compensation ,Burgula Kemms 2 or 7116 SHEPPARD INSURANCE Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO---EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C M. 11nney, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Athens L HCJC BEAUTIES--Mala- koff area beauties competing for Henderson County Jun- ior College homecoming queen honors recently in- cluded, from left, Diane Ward, a 1975 Malakoff High graduate; Velena Cox, a 1976 Malakoff High grad- uate, and Ronda Tucker, a 1975 Trinidad High grad- uate. Miss Ward, a sopho- more represented the cheer- leaders. Miss Cox, a fresh- man, was nominated by the Circle K Club. Miss Tucker, a sophomore, represented the Cardinal Staff. On Nov. 4, Clint R. Mewbourn of Malakoff was riding a motorcycle south on Highway 90 and stopped for traffic. James E. Townley of Malakoff was also riding his motorcycle and did not see traffic stopped and hit the Mewbourn boy's motorcycle, knocking both to the pave- ment. Mewbourn, Townly and Jimmy Don Racker of Malakoff, who was riding on the back of the Townley motorcycle, were taken to tlenderson County Mem- orial Hospital, where they were treated and released. There was considerable dmae to both motorcycles. On Nov. 4, Chief Wilson was called to FM 90 north on a report, of a fight in the roadway. The group had broken up and left when he arrived. On Nov. 4, Wilson was called to Bartlett Street on a report of a mad dog. After arriving on the scene, check- ing the dog over, it was determined the dog was not rabid, but had been injured. The animal was destroyed. On Nov. 5, Officer Clark an. d_ res_e_rve officer Eddie Meyers stopped a vehicle on Highway 90 weaving. An Athens man was taken into custody of DWI and no drivers license. He was placed in the county jail under $3,000 bond. On Nov. 6, Officer Bill Clark and Meyers stopped a vehicle on Highway 90 south. The Tyler driver became belligerent and was placed in custody and taken to county jail for drunk in vehicle, disorderly conduct and no drivers license. Local United Fund Drive Ends Monday Malakoff's United Fund drive will end Monday, Nov. 15, according to cochairmen, Melissa Spivey and Betty Norwood. The Malakoff goal is set at $I000. Assisting with the Mala- koff solicitation of business- es are Lou Sutton, Mickey Suds, Eva Wright, Carol Fort and Jerry Hinkle. "There will be no door-to- door campaign, the drive will strickly be with businesses," Mrs. Spivey said. Dr. T. M. Harvey is soliciting public schools and other public employees in the county, she said. Nov. 11, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS  Pqe 5 Methodist Women Elect Officers The United Methodist ious departments were Mrs. Women of First Methodist Phll Trammel, Christian Per- Churcbelected Mrs. Frances sonhood; Mrs. Elmo Yar- Goodman president for the brough, social involvement; Mrs. S.C. Irvin, Christian coming year. Other officers include Mrs. Involvement; Mrs. C. M. H. C. Enas, vice president; Gilmore committee on nomi- Mrs. S. C. lrvin, treasurer, nation, and Mrs. Fred Cole, and Mrs. Wilton Courtney, membership. secretary. Mrs. Wilton Courtney Named secretaries of ear- gave a program study on Southeast Asia. COUNSELLING :. g I would like to congratu- great eam. BECAUSE WE CARE .... Our fine professional staff will be glad to consult with you at any time and without obligation in selecting in- dividual pre-arranged funer- al services. There is a deep personal satisfaction in knowing your family can be relieved of added emotional times of sorrow. The "Pride of 76" will try to finish the season on a winning note in Grand Sa- line this Friday. The game will not only be the last of the season, but it will also be the last game that 14 seniors will ever play for the Tigers of MHS. Seniors on the Tiger team are: David Smith, Cooter Brown, Eddie Arthus, Ken Brown, Larry Graves, Virgie Jackson, Ronny Brown, Steve Grammer, Bill Mul- lins, Marvin Roberson, Mike Chandler, Earl Barron, Billy Townley and yours truly. With the win over the Tigers last Friday Kaufman wrapped up the district title. Other action saw Canton skunk Brownsboro 20-0. Van downed Wills Point 29-21 and Mabank shipped Grand Saline 33-8. Until next week remem- ber--If you really want to keep a secret, don't ask a friend for lllp--Think about it!! late Coach Willis Wilson and his jayvees on their great victory against Kaufman and becoming the District Champs. Members of the jayvee squad are Tommy Tatom, Chuck Chapman, Chris Du- laney, Ricky Phillips, Wil- liam Killingsworth, and Charles Mullins. Also on the team are Doyle Fleming, Donny Per- kins, Brian Grubbs, Regi- nald Coleman, Mike Givens, Ricky McKinnerney, and Alton Reed. Bo Thompson, Carman Allen, Anthony Jackson, Bonnie Green, Mark Brant- ley, Johnny Moore, Robert Gaston, and James Royal] are also on the team. Other members of this championship team are Wal- ter Mathews, Stanley Log- gins, Monte Green, and Thairyl Taylor. Once again, congratula- tions to a great coach and a Look Who's New CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas Phone 675-2211 Donnells Country Fair Town View Apts. Food-A-Rama La Nita Beauty Shop We're Proud Of All Our New & Expanded Businesses Welcome To Malakoff... Come Grow With Us! Malakoff Progress Message Sponsored By: AI Inmon Ford Sales 303 W, Royall Blvd. 489-0506 IIIIIlll Cedar Lake Nursing Home W, Rnyall Blxd: 4 9-1702 I I I I I llll Chamber Of Commerce 203 N. Terry 49-151 I I Maiakoff Prescription Shoppe 12!) N. Terry 489-1909 i Malakoff Insurance Agency 226 N. Terry 48!1-t|512 City Building Supplies Inc. W. Royall Blvd. 49-()89 I I I II Citizens :State Bank N. Terry St. 489-0530 i i iiiiiiiii i Kirby's Department Store 126 N. Terry 489-1532 i Food Fare Of Malakoff ]lwy. 31 E. ISg-()5: I III Cedar Creek General Store itwy. 31 E 489- I IJill| / I I Navarro Savings Association 5(12 E, I{oyall Blvd. ,19-1957 49-1958 I I I II Tanner Motor Co. I1() I']. Milt'ham 19- I 2)2 I II Malakoff News 107 W. Main 489-05;I I I iii Royall Insurance Agency 510 . ihy,'dl Blvd. -1,,')-0520