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Page 4 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 4 200 Attend PTO Christmas Program An estimated crowd of Kevin Kilman 'as Alvin, Winnie the Pooh, about 200 children, teachers and parents attended the annual Malakoff PTO Christmas Program this past Monday night in the high school auditorium. Opening the entertainment were several informal groups of those student present, who sang familiar Christmas melodies. Then narrator, Traci Newman, introduced the characters in the first skit, "Alvin and the Chipmunks." Playing the chipmunks were ..... I Hosea Caro as S!mon, and Todd Shelton as Theodore. The part of the man was played by Robby Robertson. This group pintomined a recorded song on a stage colorfully decorated in the Christmas theme. Following this, "Winnie the Pooh" and all of his "friends" danced down the aisles and onto the stage to perform in an adaptation of "T'was the Night Before Christmas". The following students portrayed these storybook characters: II I II I llll I l II I Ill CATAIA SAI AGENCY Open Monday-Saturday 9:00 till 5:30 417 South Palestine 675-5664 Satisfaction Guarenteed I I -- IIIII I - Iiili Angle Allen; Tigger, Jay Jay Mullins; Kanga, Lisa Newland; Roo, Lisa Weaks; Owl, Don Norwood; Piglet, Melissa Wilson; Eyore, Tracy Thomas; Rabbit, Scott Duncan; and Christopher Robin, Kyle Kilman. Those helping behind the stage were Roy lover, Kerry Marshall, John Dukes and Eddie Arthus. The skit was climaxed by the arrival of Santa Claus, who was kept busy for some time, greeting the children and passing out candy to each. The PTO wishes to thank the students and teachers who helped make this program a success and to Mrs. Mary Brown and Mrs. Bfllie Neal Cannon, who assisted and directed these students in their perfor- mances. Phone 489.1518 To Reserve Tickets For Jackson Speech IIII I III Our GRAND OPENING Ends Dec. 20th Come By and Register For Two 9x12 Rooms Of Carpet To Be Given Away At Noon, Dec. 20th The Carpet House W :i .... 112 e. Tern/St Expert Installation By Bill Wil Free Estimates In Your Home IIIHI I UIII]I II I II II i I II Bill Baird Steve Arthus Citizens State Bank Tells Of Promotions The board of directors of Citizens State Bank announced this week the election of Bill Baird as secretary of the board of directors and Steven Wayne Arthus as assistant cashier. Baird has been a vice president of the bank for the past two and a half years, and came to Malakoff from Cuba, N.M. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Malakoff is currently making plans to apply with the Department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment for Community Development Block Grant Funds. This year Malakoff is eligible to apply for an amount of $100,000. Due to the limited amount of money available, all applying cities will not be funded. HUD rates each city applying as to need and proposed activity so as to determine what cities will receive funds. The City of Malakoff will conduct two [2] public His wife Peggy, works for Malakoff Floral Center. They have two children, Christy. 14, and Van, 12. He is active in the Malakofl Lions Club and is currently the club Tail Twister. Arthus is a 1972 gra&mte of North Texas State Univer- sity at Denton. He ires. been employed at Citizens State since April, 1975. He and his wife, Denise, have two children. Anthony, 5 and Aimee. 3. Denise is employed with Retail Merchants in Athens. J&M Auto Center Now In Business J & M Auto Center, formerly Wayne's Auto Mart, owned by Marlin Darden and Jackie Lancaster, both of Athens, is now in operation in Malakoff, it was disclosed this week. Darden said the firm would have a grand opening after the first of the year. J & M buys and sells used cars, and also will be fin- ancing some cars, according to the partners. The pair have been in the auto business Call Chamber Office To Rese Banquet Tickets F More than one-fourth of your electricity is produced by generating plants which use lignite coal as fuel. For many years, readily available and inexpensive natural gas was the only fuel used by Texas Power & Light Company at its generating plants. Recently, oil has been used during periods when supplies of natural gas were curtailed. Several years ago, TP&L and two other North Texas electric companies began a massive program to reduce their dependency on gas and oil by constructing plants which use lignite coal. The first lignite- fueled plant began producing electricity in 1971, another was placed in operation in 1974 and hearings to receive citizen since 1962. participation in the proposed , , use of' funds, if received. I hearings will be held Thurs- day the 18th of December and Friday the 19th of December at 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church, Maiakoff, Texas. APPLIANCE CENTER'S GRAND OPENING Whirlpool Continues December 4 thru December 20 In Our New Building At 112 N. Terry Malakott Phone 489-1100 Free Coffee & Doughnuts I S / . We Have Large Selection Of Small Appliances For Gift Items Model LDA5800 and LDE5800 s483 $549.90 Whidpool EAT19PM Reg. Price $549.95 s4999s TYLER tt ME N'S S HOP 807 TROUP HWY. TYLER, TEXAS 75701 PHONE 597-1757 'Tyler in & it's Christmas 4001 South Broadway, T,;lcr, Texas Open Monday through Saturdav, 10:O0 A. M. until 9:00 [). M. Broadway Square 4601 S. Broadway 561-5106 Open 10:00 to 9:00 Men.- Sat. 1754 Troup Hwy. 593-8901 Open 9:30 to 6 Mon.- Sat. Thurs. 9:30 to 9:00 The new RCA XL-IOOs are here.- usl ,n hme Ont m,ss m,s m o, TV--and le aOvanlage of 8u,, o., No momn*v oamem h. 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