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llA--The Malakott News, Tnm , .Dee. 1, I l]/ku.mehe /Vadwtplaee, i,'t pIETHODIST CHURCH Makk0ff 4 *,l YOU CAN FIND NEARLY ANYTHING at the Bazaar at First United Metodlst Church in Malakoff Saturday. One would thiak so, anyway, from the looks of outside advertisements. The Bazaar is scheduled to start at 8 a.m. (Staff photo by Lisa Weaks) Lube, Oil and Oil Filter Change *Install new WaI-Mart 0,i f,lter ,Lubricate ChasSLs IO marlu ac ufefs specdlCat=ons .ir]slalt up N) 5 quads of Naffle brand 1(]W40 melee oil A church bazaar will be held in the fellowship hall of Malakoff First United Methodist Church Saturday, Dec. 3. Old fashioned beef stew and hot apple pie will be served at the bazaar, as well as sandwiches, coffee and tea. There will also be a bake sale con- Billy Caffey At the November 19th meeting of the Cedar Creek Coast Guard Auxiliary Billy Caffey of Don's Port was unanimously re-elected to a second term as Flotilla Commander. Curtis O. Smith of Star Harbor was also unanimously elected as Vice Flotilla Commander. In other business it was announced that Smith was appointed to the position of District Communication Officer. Chuck Abbott was elected auxlliartst of the month. Saturday, Dec, 3, the Commander and Vice Commander will be installed and charged with their new respon- sibilities at the Change of Watch Social to be held at 6 p.m. at the Cedar Creek Country Club. The regular monthly meeting will be held at the Harbor Light Marina that morning at 9:30 a.m. for staff and 10:30 a.m. for members. slating of homemade cakes, pies and other items furnished by the good cooks of the church. There will be ten booths set up in the Fellowship Hall, all filled with various items for sale. An auction will also be held sometime during the day. In addition, there will be two autos on display, a 1915 Model T Ford and a 1925 Model T Sedan. Pictures can be made in the cars for a small fee. Members are asked to remember that donations are still needed, in- cluding cakes, pies, candy, Jams and jellies, clothes, art work and crafts, trinkets, costume Jewelry, tools, gar- den implements, clocks, watches, cameras, heavy equipment, boats and motors, tape recorders and other items. Anyone with items to donate can call the church office and pick-up service Harry Houdini, Hungarian-born American magician, left his library of magic--one of the world's most valuable--to the Library of Congress. can be arranged. Everyone is invited to attend. The bazaar will begin at 8 a.m. and endatSp.m. Nutrition Menu December 5 - December g Monday - Pork, noodles and cheese, sliced tomato, fried okra, roll, margarine, fresh apple, milk or tea. Tuesday - Beef stew with cheese slice, corn casserole, harvard beets, cornbread, margarine, tapioco pud- cling, milk tea. Wednesday - Ham with pineapple sauce, green beam, buttered squash, white bread, margarine, homemade cobbler, milk or tea. Thursday - Meatloaf with tomato gravy, brussel sprouts, whole new potatoes, wheat bread, margarine, fresh banana, milk or tea. Friday - Fried fish, cottage fried potatoes, cole slaw, hush puppies, margarine, peach halves, milk or tea. FEED 'It" SEED ", SUPPLIES KENNETH LEWIS OWNER III II I CALL COLLECT WEST HWY. 31, KERENS I I I I 2141396-2881 or 396~2282 6.00-12 Plus 1.42 FE.T, O0 OO Ameri, Sprint Tires *,! [~ly pOf~u!;tel {)ri~'~; [)b,, hit~ "I]:;]!: DI?I{(X] {,'Ie In !afgc, r si,/~,!, *Har)d%ome wh,t,~wal] !:qyiing Tire Sizes Price F.E.T, P~65180D-13 27.96 1 50 P175180D-13 29.74 1 59 P185175D-14 32.76 I 78 'P195175B-14 35.68 2 O0 36.96 2 f f ' P205/758-14 "P215175B-14 39.87 2 24 6.00-15 35.86 I 63 "P215175B-15 38.86 237 P225/75B-15 P235/758-15 WAL,MART'$ AUTOMOTIVE POtEY 42.74 252 44.96 2 72 [)un(ll(!~, {3i~*~ t~eltt'd Ttrt' Pries, 6ood Nov, 28-0e0.3 1111 E. Tyler 677-1093 8 a.m.-7 p.m, t,'l~ Transmission Filter Change *Install new au~natiC transmission filter & gasket *Install up to 5 qtS. of premium fluid *inspect tronsmisS/on for wear *Rood test car *For most U.S. carS, tome imports, trucks to '/~ ton. Cooling System SANDERS/HICKS DEVELOPMENT CO. From 11 a.m. to 1 peru. COMPLIMENTS OF Corsicana Dr Pepper NUTRITION CENTER will offer c Chicken Salad Sandwiches! While you're there, register to win their $25 Gift Certificate. Register in BEALLS & WAI.-MART for Prizes to be given every half-hour Country Stereo FM q6 Broadcasting Live 12 until 5 pm Sponsored by NONE PNONE STEREO OIT a.m. Morn, Take the Kids to See a Children's Film at No Cost While You Are Shopping Compliments of Showtimes 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Sat., Dec. 3 ( 0 L (( 2- J / SANTA WILL BE IN PARKING LOT GIVING RINGS and WHISTLES TO cHILD from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.