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February 19, 1981     The Malakoff News
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4A--TIle MaJaJ(off News,'rnursoa r'eD. 1~, 1~1 20 years ago The installation of the modern new Mercury-Vapor street lights, installed during the past week in the downtown section of the town have served to greatly improve the appearance of that section of the city. The members of the Malakoff Masonic Lodge, 759, in observance of Public School Week in Texas, will visit the sc hools in the Malakoff System on- Tuesday, March 7th. Mrs. Fred Whitehead of Richland. and former Malakoff resident, is a patient at the Navarro Clinic in Cor- sicana, suffering a back injury sustained in a fall down a flight of con- crete steps about two weeks ago. To date, according to City Secretary J. E. Bien. there has been no filing for city offices in the forthcoming annual election the first Tuesday in April - April 4th. Mrs. Catherine Wright Vaughn, a member of the Memorial Hospital per- sonnel at Palestine for seven years, has been employed as administrator of Henderson County Memorial Hospital. to the Interscholastic League Meet~ treatment at a Corsicana hos 40 years ago several weeks, was able to 50 years ago home here this week. He was The W. B. Payne rent house, south of while at work for the Texas the railroad was destroyed, near mid- Mrs. W. C. Dodd, who has been tionCompany at Trinidad. night Wednesday, by fire. seriously ill for the past several weeks, The dwelling, known as the T. J. was taken to Marlin for special hospital Burglars entered the H. Swanson home place on the corner of treatment, store Saturday night and made Terry Street and Highway 31 was in J.M. Mitcham is opening up a new with approximately $200 worth ot ashes Tuesday as the result of a grocery and feed store in the Rid- chandise. The store, atpresent, is mystery fire Monday night about mid- dlesperger building just vacated by thehands of a referee m bankrl night. Kirby and Wade firm. Mrs. Nuel Vandagriff passed away at Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. O. the Gaston Hospital following a severe 60 years ago Wednesday night, a free baby illness which dated back to November. Born to Mr and Mrs. Three practice meets have been scheduled for the MHS track team nrior Elbert Mitcham. who has been under on Saturday morning a fine baby 30 years ago SI|ERI EI.SOM som to marry Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Eisom of Trinidad Malakoff. announce the engagement and ap-The wedding date has been set for "preaching marriage of their daughter, March 20, 1981 at the First Christian Sheri Lynn, to William Clinton Cross, Church in Corsicana with the Rev. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross of William Robinson officiating. MR. AND MRS. TAYLOR !!. DAVIS O ,:.: Mr. and Mrs. Taylor H. Davis of Lake 8weetwater, Sweetwater, will be ~elebrating their golden wedding an- hfversary Saturday, Feb. 21, 1981 at the I#ions Club building in Malakoff. Their children, Mr. and Mrs.Charlie l~arnett of Sweetwater, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lieder of Irving, Mr. and Mrs. C. ~I. Davis of Tomball and Mr. and Mrs. Tom , Lee, Jr. of Albuquerque, N.M. will ~e hosting the reception. ,~ Davis was born April 29, 1911 in Hen- ~erson County. Mrs. Davis was born Nov. 5, 1915 in Henderson County. They met and married in Malakoff in 1931, later move to Houston and then to Sweetwater in 1949. Davis was a brick mason for 40 years prior to his retirement. Both Mr. and Mrs. Davis enjoy gardening and fishing as hobbies. They have 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. They invite all their friends and relatives to join them at the reception at the Lions Den from 2 until 4 p.m. Food. It's such a simple thing, you probably take it for granted. But in our nursing home, we can't. We care about nutrition. We care about variety. About freshness. We care about serving a good breakfast, a hearty lunch and a solid dinner. On our staff are people trained to develop a careful dietary plan for every resident. And we prepare our meals the way they re supposed to be. As good as home-cooked. Our food isri't just institutional food, because we are a home. We have to satisfy some of the most experienced ': cooks around -- our residents. :; ,Good food is only a small part of nursing home care. But .: it s an important part. For nutrition. Forhealing. For making our residents feel at home. ', We try to put just as much care into everything we do. ~4 :: That's what total care nursing is all about. i". Come and visit, and share a good home-cooked meal at our home. 'I !i Valle Vista % Athens I I I II 675-8591 I II I Joe Barnett, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett is at home for a regular work period with the Texas Power & Light Company at Trinidad in connec- tion with his schooling arrangement with Southern Methodist University of Dallas. Cpl. Stephen Parker of Trinidad threw tens of thousands of leaflets from a C-47 transport plane February 7th on Chinese Reds in Korea, urging them to surrender. The McCormick-McLain dairy project, organized here in December is now under regular operation at their own plant on the McLain farm south of Malakoff. Cou- CUSTOMERS in line Friday were some of the last to be served at the old location of Citizens State Bank. The moved to its modern new building prior to the opening of business Tuesday. ~Staff photo by l,ori Ca Ila w, ay )