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Cedar Lake Nursing Home ............ I, y .% v _V,,,. tt,.,, y Boyl Is my face red! On my bulletin board is a note to myself, Valentine party February 9. Well, Monday I had to go to Athens at 12:30 and would be back about 2. So I told the gang, we'll have a movie when I get back. I rushed in at about 2:10 and there was no one up front to meet me. Didn't they want to see the movie? Then someone said there was a party in the living room. Uh So I rushed down to the |lere's a man's l,)o~)t every step of tl,he way! l~ugged, l.la ndsonle, ready for a rough day's work anytime~ Easy on the feet, too. St~)p in try on I)I~CI)~. RED Dept. Store living room and found that everything was under control. The ladies from the United Methodist Church in Malakoff were there with decoration, cookies, and a program and the party was in full swing! Usually I start talking a party up in the morning so everyone will be ready by party time. This time the par- ty was a complete surprise to all. We had fun though, and a great big turnout. As the ladies were packing up, Percy stopped me and said, "I want you to do some talking." "What for," l asked. "Well, my voice is too hoarse but I want you to thank these ladies for us." So-o-o a great big thank you ladies, for a fun party. The flu bug is still here, but he can't keep a good bunch of people down. Women are going to gab no matter what. And that is just what we did Mon- day morning. A bunch of us got down in the living room and just gabbed. Mrs. Tolbert said that we should do that more often, we had a good time. We have several new residents that we want to welcome, Mrs. Berta Cooper, Mrs. Fannie McDowell, Ruby Taaffe, Mrs. Thad Stacy, and Rosie Carrol. A great big Cedar Lake Nursing Home welcome, you guys t Some three million armed forces veterans are 65 years of age or older, according to Veterans Administration statistics. By 1985, this number is ex- pected to be five million and by 1990 it will be over 7 million. Entire Stock of SPRING AND YEAR.ROUND t Alterations Extra Entire of e Large Group of Long. Sleeve Entire Stock of By Christian Dior, Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Jamar, Hardwick, Haggar and Others ANDRA WItlTE AND {'tlUCK CliAPMAN to Mr. and Mrs. Glen White of Tool an- nounce the engagement and ap- proachin~ marriage of their daughter, Andra Anette, to Charles G. (Chuck) Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hart, also of Tool. The future bride is a graduate of Malakoff High School and attended Henderson County Junior College. She is currently employed as a reporter for the Cedar Creek Pilot. The future l,)raidegroom is also a graduate of Malakol,'f High School and attended Tarleton State University. He is presently employed by Texas Power and Light. The ceremony will be held on Satur- day, March 28, 1981 at 7 p.m. at Providence.Baptist Church in Tool. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. Entire of By Puritan and Jockey Entire of Stetson i Large Group of LEVI AND WRANGLER Entire of By Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Jamar, Sans-A-Belt, Hubbard. and Haggar Alterations Extra Entire Stock of A baby shower honoring Mrs. Nancy (Bubba) Jackson was held on Thur- sday, Jan. 29, at the home of Louise Carter in Malakoff. Around 40 guests called during the hours of 7 to 8:30 p.m. Guests were served assorted cookies and punch. The serving table was decorated with a centerpiece of fresh cut flowers in colors of pink, blue and yellow. The hostess gift to the honoreel playpen. She received many useful baby gifts from guests. Hostesses were Louise bara Crouch, Inez Green, Billie Leona Lewis, Lynn Reese, Riddle, Billie Taaffe, Evelyn and Loretta Vieregge. team rosters Team rosters for the 1981 Little Drib- On the other 11-12 girls' biers program were announced today Jana Cotton, Debbie by League President Dee Hoyt. Stone, Paige Sutton, Jana Coaches will be notifying their bie Tanner, Michelle Wri players within the week as to practice Monroe and Kelly Wood. days and time, which will begin later team is Lakeside Beauty and this month. League games are Wood is the coach. scheduled to start on Saturday, Feb. 28 Members of the team and continue on each Saturday in Mar- the T-Shirt Hut are in the boys ch, according to Hoyt. group and coached by Phil In announcing the teams Hoyt ex-Mark Trice, Eric Clendennin pressed his appreciation to areaClendenning, Jerry Cotton, businesses for sponsoring teams again die, Kenneth Stralow, Robert this year. The league president also and Aifonso Sparks. asked that any players that still have Mike Sparks, Eric Trimble All-Star uniforms from last year in Hornbuckle, Guy Monroe, their possession to bring them to their Crawford, Bradley Taylor, first league game. Scholfield, Billy Bowden Playing for the team sponsored by Tolliver will play for the teatn, Gregory Tire Co. in the boys' 11-12 sored by Athens Cleaners and division, and coached by Gary Ashlock, in the boys' 9-10 league. June will be Pat Brimer, Wade Travis, Willie thecoach. Smith, Andy Thomas, Gred Ashiock, Playing for the teams Chad King, Tony" Gregory, Mickeythe Athens Muffler Shop and Talbert and Nickolas Maglaras. by Chip Souza and Curtis lvey Members of the team sponsored byChris Ivey, Rodney Slaton, The Malakoff News, also in the boys' 1,1- Gregory, Jeff Hill, Ernest Ray 12 age group, and coached by Benny Perkins, Chad Flores, Shane Rogers, are Donnie Hedge, Grady and Roderick Ervin. The team is Baker, Paul Loper, Jeff Hyde, Ronald 9-10 boys division. Christian, Steven Sparks, Lee Hobbs, Members of the Sunny Glenn Rocky Hale and James Flanagan. sponsored team, also in the The McKean Marine team's roster league, are Frank Pattison, include Mike Hoyt, Danny Fowler,Beasley, Wendell Brimer, Sean McKean, Mike Scott, Clyde David Sumrall, Vanoid Da! Dowell, Keith Barron, Casey Hender- Nickolas Ervin and Marcus son, Frederick DoWeil, and Sean John Beasley is the coach. Stenovitch. Steve Cartlidge will coach the 11-12year old team. Marilyn Davis will coach Playing for the team sponsored by sponsored by Mattingly Ranch. Texas Clay Industries in the ll-t2 boys' members of the 9-10 girls' division will be Carl Tapley, Billy DavanaWilliams, Kim Hughes, Jeff Corlett, Tim Matthews, Gilmore, Sherry Green, Lee Stephen McCord, Mitchell Riddle,Bridgette Abbott, Tracy Donald Watson and Mike Lowery. Margaret Ba iley and In the girls' 11-12 division Beth Pat- Cheatham. tison, Christy Mathews, Vannita On the other 9-10 girls' Dawson, Cynthia Rivers, Sharla Slaton, sored by Citizens State Bank Christy Evans, Tammy Holyfield, Jackson, Jody Hyde, Karl Ivey Tonya Johnson, Kim Sanders and Ferreil, Aiisha Harris, Shannon Roberts will play for the,Old Williams, Kim Crawford, West Steakhouse sponsored team. Flanaganand Gina Tudor. Janet Jackson is the coach, is the coach. Stress is a barrier to a persons health Stress is one of the most important barriers to health, says Cindy Wilson, a family life education specialist. Br cks Cracked? Sills Rotten? Unlevel Floors? --CALL-- Derl Cannon Rt. 1, Athens 675-7096 More than eight of every indicate a need to have less their daily lives, andmany are it harder to cope with the everyday living now than they years ago, she reports. Low-income families and parents are among ticularly hard to cope todayp Wilson adds. 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