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December 31, 1981

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10A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 31, 1M1 Malakoff Cemetery Donations f Foster Reunion $70 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hall in memory of E. E. DuBusk and Ned Alvis $I0 Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto Now representing American Life and Accidental Medicare Supplement Policy tk YGar to dol dol dol Malakoff JERRY GARRISON CADET STEVEN "CHIP" llARRIS, right, received a certificate from l,t. Col. Sloan for Outstanding Fourth Classman from his battalion at West Point. Cadet ilarris received the award in December prior to arriving home for the Christmas holidays with his family. (Courtesy Photo) IHINK BEFORE YOU DRIN| If 're Odd New be! MRS. JUANITA PRESTON Graveside services for Mrs. Juanita Preston were held Saturday, Dec. 26, at Grove Hill Cemetery in Dallas. The former Johnnie Frank (Juanity) Trolman passed away Dec. 22 in a Houston hospital. Born Now 24, 1911, in Motel, she was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Johnnie Frank York Trotman. She graduated from Trinidad High School in t929 and married June 7, 1934 to George E. Preston. Mrs. Preston had lived in Massachusetts, California and was a long time resident of Dallas prior to moving three years ago to Houston. She was a Methodist. Surviving are her husband, a daughter, Mrs: Patricia Shepherd of Houston, four grandchildren, two great- grandchildren and a brother, John Cross Roads School Menu Jan. 4-8 Monday:" steak, french fries, English peas, light bread, milk, cake Tuesday: spaghetti with meat sauce, blackeyed peas, carrot and celery sticks, milk, pudding Wednesday: barbecue sausage, potato salad, pinto beans, cornbread, milk, cookie Thursday: fried chicken, whipped potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, milk, syrup Friday: hamburgers, french fries, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, cheese squares, milk, fruit BREAKFAST MENU Monday : cereal, juice, milk Tuesday : toast, sausage, juice, milk Wednesday: pancakes, juice, milk 1~ursday: cereal, juice, milk Friday: donuts, juice, milk Cross Roads School to increase prices of student lunches Due to the increase in the cost of food and a reduction in federal subsidies that are received, it has become necessary for the Cross Roads School to increase the lunch room prices. Effec- tive January 4, 1982, prices will be as follows: Reduced Prices, K-12, 40'. Regular Lunch Prices, K-4, 75' and 5-12, 85'. The Veterans Administration will develop a national cemetery at Fort Mitchell, Ala. Located near Columbus, Ca., the cemetery will occupy 451 acres of an inactive military reservation. Rather Trotman of Angleton. Among those attending the services were Mrs. Beula Mae Trotman of Trinidad, Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Frazier of Eustace, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Trotman of Cedar Creek Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hunt of Star Harbor. hway Patrol reports 28 rural accidents The Texas Highway Patrol in- vestigated 28 rural traffic accidents in Henderson County during November, according to Sergeant Scott, supervisor for this Highway Patrol Sergeant Area. These accidents resulted in one death and 13 injuries. Total rural traffic accidents for Hen- derson County for this year is 273, which have resulted in 12 deaths and 149 injuries. The 22 counties which~ comprise Highway Patrol District 6A have had a total of 5591 rural traffic accidents this year which have resulted ir~ 190 deaths and 3326 injuries. This compares to 5335 accidents, 224 deaths, and 3057 injuries reported during this same period last year. Just coil: Ask for tope number: , D-1 Toothache D-2 Baby Teeth D-3 Wisdom Teeth D-4 Abscessed Teeth D-5 Gum Problems D-6 Fixed Bridgesand Partial Dentures to Replace Missing Teeth D-7 Dental Insurance and Payment Plans D-8 Orthodontics --- What Are The Benefits? t D-9 Cold Sores and Canker Sores D-| 0 Preventive Dentistry -- What Con I Do? Keep nero. TOm' telephone foe handy reference! Presented courtesy of: Bobby C. Battles, D.D.S. 310A Lindsey Lane Athens, TX 675-5101 's Private Supper Club The Sounds of the PLAN #1 For Two !, Primo Rib w/Late 9/0 For Two 2. Prime Rib Banner 2. ilidnight Brk. For Two 3. Party Favors 3. Ididnight grk, Buffet '4. Puffy Favors 4. $3B.00 Par S. 8g0.08 Per Oouple i Buffet Breakfast Buffet is Dinner and MoreforTwe 825,00 Favors & No~ 214/675-9214 For Reservations Advance Reservotions Hwy. 31 East (Tyler Hwy.) Cedar (214)432-2,611~Member FDIC P(). B, x 43412/Seven [{,ints, Texas 75143 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Canay City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner lh~t leq the day A ~l el I~m will brilht~ a stormy dJy. JaM 9oulp~ W~tto {W~-koff. now le~) HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489-0810 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-133l OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 DO Womens A Hwy. 31 K&K KOATINGS Highway 31 East Mrs. Jeff HopkinS MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry Marlin and Karen MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 4894)512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Family Dave is such an avid bowler he spends New Year's eve at the alley. Jokingly he says "!'ve gotta practice because next year I'm gonna get 'em all." Many of us look at next year with similar hopes. We want to excel. We want things to be perfect. We want our every effort crowned with success. But Dave knows 1982 won't bring all strikes -- and we know it will not fulfil all our superlative hopes. The beginning of a new year is a time to evaluate our goals, measure them against what God expects of us, and seek His help in achieving right aims and purposes. Before the New Year begins, and after it is underway, the church is where we all should be seeking what it takes to make 1982 a better year. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Mark Isaiah Titus Luke 10,13.1662:10-123:1-8 1:26-38 Thursday Friday Saturday Luke Luke Luke 2:1-20 2:25-40 4.14.22 Scriptures selecte