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Roads News by l)ianne I.eis in the home of Mr. Steve ttaney during ,iving holidays and Mrs. Bill Flow- Matt of Athens; Mr. Joe Lad Skiles and of Houston; Mr. and Skiles, Brad and of Athens; Mr. and Skiles of Trini- ; Davana Skiles and Ran of Trinidad; and ardner of Mala- , Also Linda Lamb and W.E Teetz visited after Mr. and Mrs. Haney attended a Christmas at Dr. Holt's home Nov. 27. The party for all hospital employes. Robert Welch visited Florida during Thanksgiving holidays. Visited with her daughter and son-in-law, Phil Also visiting in the was Bill Casey Bobby Welch and of Dallas visited with g the holi- Jimmie Lou Bevels and ,Welch went to the Cayu- Friday and Cris Ingram visit- With grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Roy Anding, while parents were at Canton and Mrs. M.J. Turling- in Canton with Mr. Mrs. Gordon White Fri- They also visited with in the Corsicana Tuesday. They re- that he is still improv- in the home of Mr. Mrs. Grady Lewis Sun- Was Mr. and Mrs. Buster ion of Chandler. Mrs. ion is the sister of Lewis. Also visiting blr. Lewis' aunt, Vernie and her daughter, Welch. sorry to hear of death of R.L. (Buster) , died Saturda, lengthy illness Funeral st, r- vices were Monday at 2:00. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Upo church have moved a mobde home if] north of Cross Roads, on the land that they had bought 2 years ago. We are looking forward to having then] for neighbors. Cross Roads is having a basketball tournament Dec. 8, 9 and 10 at the ('ross Roads Gym. Games will start at 1:() p.m. on Thursday and Frida3.. Don McKinncrney wenl to New York on tim Bond Rating Sale. The bonds wilt go on sale December 12, 1977. Mr. Mc- Kinnerne3 left Wednesday and returned Friday. CROSS ROADS BASKETBALL SCItEDUI:E Dec. 8-9-10 Cross Roads Tour- nament Dec. 13 Murchison, tlere, 6:30 Dec. 15 Malakoff. liere, 6:00 Jan. 7 Gorman, There, 6:30 Jan. 16 Martins Mill, tlere. 6:30 Jan. 23 Martins Mill, There, 6:30 Jan. 26 La Poynor, There, 6:00 Jan. 30 Gorman, ttere, 6::]o February 2-3-4 Murchison Tournament Monday-Pizza, Green Beans, Cole Slaw, Milk, Cake Squares Tuesday-Chicken Fried Steak with Gravy, Cream Pota- toes, English Peas, Rolls, Milk, Peaches Wednesday-Beef Soup, Tuna and Pimento Cheese Sand- wiches, Milk, Gingerbread Thursday-Beans with Meat, Macaroni & Cheese, Corn- bread, Bread Pudding Friday-Hamburgers with the Trimmings, Pickles, Chips, Cheese Squares, Milk, Ice Cream MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY oHome ..... oBonds oAut0 oBusiness kA It Teny St : 48941512 i | ('AI{OI,YN I,YNETTE VIEREG(;E will become the bride of Michael Simms Lewis in a wedding ceremony to be held at p.m. Dec. 17 at the First Baptist Church in Malakoff. Bro. Bonner Magness of Liberty will officiate. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. l,ewis Vieregge of Malakoff and Mr. and Mrs. Whit Lewis of l)ayton. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. Ee News frOm J dar Lake Nursin Home b3 t,' mallin Well, Christmas is just around the corner and it sure is beginning to look Christ- massy around here. Liz put up some of our decorations and we're beginning to get the Christmas spirit. We have already drawn na.mes for our Christmas tree, so we are on our way. Our calendar for the month is looking good too. So many people are planning to do nice things for us. Sure makes the month exciting? Some of our folks are planning to spend Christmas with their fami- lies. In fact, Mr. Huckaby has already left. He is in San Antonio for the holidays. Sure hope he has a big time. I wish those people who feel like nursing homes are gloo- nay, depressing places with droopy, unhappy people liv- ing in them, could have been here Monday afternoon. San- dy came to give her regular afternoon piano recital. We had a old fashioned gospel sing-a-h)ng. Before our sing- a-long was over, we even had Loretta and Wilma singing with us. Then we began to act silly. Did you ever just act plain old silly? We sang "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" complete with actions. And old MacDonald had some weird farm animals, like frogs and elephants. Before we were through we had an audience. They were either laughing with us or at us, I don't know which. Then to top it all off, a "group" (?) Mrs. Teetz, Mrs. Kelley and Mrs. Mitchum and I gave our rendition of "Irene Good Night." l don't think Broadway will ever have to worry about us crashing their scene. We were so bad that we were called the Four Stooges. We really had fun and every* one had a big laugh. The nice thing is, this is the normal for us, not a once in a while thing. You see, the Lord loves us and we love the Lord and each other. WAIT!!! BEFORE YOU INSULATE COMPARE OUR PRICES AND OUR INSULATION "R" Factor is the resistance of heat passing through your insulation. The higher the "R" factor the better the insulation and the cheaper your utility bill. WALLS 3%" "R" 22.45 Fiberglass 3%" "R" 13.97 CEILINGS "R" Fiberglass "R" 4" 16.68 4" 12.60 6" 25.02 6" 18.90 8" 33.36 8" 25.20 CAG'S INSUI.00 ION Off 675-8837 Athens Home 675-2001 Show Set By Singing Star Country and Western Music Star Tony Douglas and the Shrimpers will entertain Seni- or Citizens at a Special Christ- mas Show to be presented at the ttenderson County Jr. College Auditorium, Athens, December 14th, at 2:30 p.m. Hot lunch will be provided through Title VII East Texas Model Nutrition Project and Transportation by Title III, Older Texan Program. There will be no charges for the show or transportation, a 50 cents donation will be accept- ed for lunch which will be served in the Henderson County Jr. College Cafeteria at 12:30. A sack lunch will be made available following the show. A 25 cents donation will be accepted to help defray expenses. For Lunch and Transporta- [ tion Reservations, please call , 675-2115. Malakoff The store that fills your daily / needs is the best bet for gift shopping as well. Moreover, it's convenient [like Citizens State Bank] as well as con- serving of time, gasoline, parking fees--and frayed nerves from fighting traffic g crowds. Shop at home, it makes sense, just as it makes sense to use Master Charge for all your gift shopping.' Citizens State Bank 489-0530 i December 8, 1977-MAI,AKOFF NEWS-Page 3 Open Every Night Till 9:00 Until Christmas , )\\; Large group of Suits (Values to $150.00) $59.88 ik ; Large group of Suits 20% to 33 I/3% off Entire stock of Men's Jackets ( Leathers, Suedes Corduroy and Others) 20% off Large group ()f Men's Levis Panalella Slacks Values Io $25.00 $12.88 or 2 for $25.00 Large group of Levis Moving - On Jeans $8,88 or 2for.$17,00 ............. Large group of Boy's Corduroy Jackets $19.88 Entire stock of Western Shirts (Wrangler, Levis & Ranger) 20% off Levis & Wrangler Blue Denim Jeans (Boot-cut, bell & big Ix, ll) $12.88 or 2 for $25.00 Large group of Leather Look Jackets ( Reg. $49.95) $29.88 r" gr!)tPgt Men's (;()()sc l)own L()()k Jackets ( Reg. $34.95 ) $24.88 Entire stock of Sweaters 20% off Large grou 1) of long sleeve shirts $7.88 or 2 for $15.00 Lnrge gr()tn i) of Shoes !/2 Price Large group of Shirts $6.88 ()r 3 for $1 8.00 103 EAST TYLEIIr ATHENS. 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