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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Four Friday, March 5, 1965 BY MRS. HAROLD SHAVER Phone HU 9.2169 Mrs, Claud Dotson of Troup I ~a visitor in the home of ~mother, Mrs. Eula Mae Cot- :~: recently. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Slovak and children of Garland were week- of Mr. Slovak's par- and Mrs. Frank Slo- CROSS ROADS I The cheerleaders wish to Our school board election is[thank everyone for helping coming up soon. Therefore we/make their rummage sale and believe it would be interesting/cake sale a success. The girls to our readers to become ac-~took in $50.59. They are spon- Malakoff, Texas quainted with o u r present soring a Pizza Party for the they visited the various class- ladies met at 9 a. m, on Tues- mclude rooms The devotional ii!i:i~~:!~} school board members, the school. Guests will" ~ where teachers were on day March 2. !ii::!ii!! Today begins a series of ar-the ballteams and Coach and hand to welcome them and show ,-as given by Mrs. Jerome Tur- titles entitled, Mrs. Don McGee and Principal ~ lington. New business consist- . ' ,~. r l:rle WOrK 0I [ ]elr stuflents.;t . . a~wm vnl;~ ~lLl ~[ anti,riPS narol l bnaver, l ea oi nlaKln~ plans Ior % acatlon I:i i)' h~}A'IID --~ )display of newly adopted text-Bible School. During the so- ?')iI Harold A Willingham is CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY ti~eOsOk:n;~e~;;n:l:owx;l::, e/e.lxtC~)okn .eml hour: gifts ,ere exchanged 5157ii{. ~ . . . .~ ~ t - ov secre~~lst-el's anG relre~h- : '>: presmen~ O~ gne Vel OSS r~oaas Carl Lee anti Nancy lram- +~ ~ ~. ;. ~ r, . - ~ ". " ::?::~: -- . vv t -- 2 ---- l~ll~ * eLlct~Fac~ DV )lrs. LAlester nlent~ were served !i}!':iiiil:~ School l:;oara, me has servealmell celebrated their birthdays McIntire and ~Ir~ D Perry "~ iiiii}iiiii as a member for fore' years and with a party at their home lastl "' ~, . iiii;!!!ii~!~!"~ " " " '~ "Og } " . : .~ ,~ %% I[[O V ~ p 1' 1 n g s batltlag ~s~37~3~3 as preslaen~ ior ~nree ot ~n .e Friday night frOlll tuntn u~ .~ . . .-. . ~, " : ' " ~ I:JODDV and l'ommv ~xlnaorew t.Durcn na~ set their spring rc- years, o'clock. They are tne cmmren' ynTvrH Wla'VTVAL iresident of Cross Roads and i graduated fromCross Roads A youth revival will be held High Schoo1 in 1947. He is at the Cross Roads Baptist married to the former Miss Church April 11-18 A team of Faye Nell Morrison of Crescent students from Jacksonville Bap-Heights. The3 have two chil- tist College will be in charge dren: Meadora, age rex, and of the revival. The pastor is Keith age two Harold Barnett, and Charles Mr Willingham is employed McCamless will be in charge of as a meter reader for Texas the singing. Power and Light Company In S. Rainwater underwent surgery in MemoriaI Jerry Turlington of Houston a,l in Athens last week. was home for the week-end. reported as doing well at Jerry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. me~.~ Jerome Tarlington~ shampoo rugs or wall-to-wall carpeting. You'll be delighted with the gleaming long-lasting wax coat on all your floor surfaceS. As simple as vacuuming. SAVE'MONEY PO. IT Y I[I.F es St. Ph. HU 9-4966 Malakoff, Texas A large number of parents The Women's Missionary As- and friends attnded open house!s ciati n of First Ba mist.-~ i i: ">:~-~ . Church Cros~ Roads met in the / II]~::!I[I![III at the school luesoav n 1 g n [ ~ ' ~ ' .~ . .' home OI .vlrs. Alvin urllngr, on : :-: After the guests registered for their n, onthly social. The! sons of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kin- viral t'or March 2S-April 4. Mr. Willingham is a life time of Mr. and ,urs *oov ~ram- " . ~ . abrew spent the week-end w~th Their pastor, Rev. Olen Loven mell. Carl bee was ten and .v~r. and .~rs ~. .u. t~errmg-will be in charge. Nancy was nine { ~ton and familym the Black Approxinmtelyfor!y - eightiJaek community. Bobby Sue Hope, daughter classmates and frienas were on ~ ~ -. " ~ ~ oi .ur. anti ,)lrs. ~us:er hope hand to enjoy the games andI Mrs ~ ~ Farme- -f .kbi - " .o r~ r u . -,V'aS eonttnea 1:o nor home las[ S I . i . refreshment, lene has been v~mtmg her par-:week w,th the Chicken Pox -- --- - ]ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ToLl ------ Mr.anda dMrs.Mr. Harold Shaver,!bert. SHEPPARDS ATTEND Sbari and Louis visited in DaL! BIBLE CONFERENCE las Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. All pastors and deacons of The Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Shep- Charles Seeber. Other guests the Missionary Baptist Church-pard attended the twenty-first his spare time he raises live-in the home were Mrs. Bernie es in the county are urged to annual Dible Conference on stock and enjoys bird" hunting. Leftwich, Carol Ann and Buddy attend a meeting at the Cross February 22, 23, a n d 24 in He is a member of the Cross of Commerce. Roads Church tonight. There Jacksonville. The m e e ti n g s Roads Baptist Church. -----~-~-~-~-- will be a devotional music, fel-!were held at Jacksonville Col-i Mr, Willingham said that he Recent houst guests in the lowship, and refreshments. This lege and North American Theo-i desires to serve as a board home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rid- meeting is primarily a get ac-~logical Seminary. The Theme! member because he was elect- dlesperger, Cindy and Bill were quainted meeting and is open tolof the conference was "P re- ed by the people of this schooiMrs Riddlesperger s parents, all men. l files in Faith." district, and he gains satisfae-]Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Bessire of tion in helping to make decis-IHillsboro. ions that are beneficial to the/~ FOR REAL school. He has two more yearst Mr. and Mrs Chester Me-In- PORK to serve beforehis term ex-/tireand Jimmy had several pires, lguests m their home the past BEEF My greatest ambitionand week-end. They were Mr and "PEDIGREED" hope for the Cross Roads Inde-Mrs. Gener Cobb and Geary of pendent School District is thatDallas, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cobb ~'lll IR ~ll~][ it may continue to grow until of Cross Roads, Mr. and Mrs. r~l AiD we will once again have a high Bud Boyd of Athens, Mr. To Eat Here Or Take Home Visit . . . Hwy. 31 TRINIDAD By PAUL PHILLIPS NO N~ED TO CRY IF YOU M&Vii OLk~lO. I~DRAt4CE "BE SURE -- INSURE" Dial HU 9-3551 Offices in Malakoff and Trinidad school," stated Mr. Willingham. Mrs. Claude McIntire and Sue HF2qRY GAGE I of Malakoff, Mrs. W. C. Mc- "M, t-;op--e-- and- desire is tolIntire, Nelda, Kim, and Corky ~. ", ~,~ h,~ " ~he fu I of Riley, and Mrs Herman Re ture than we have in the past,"lzell of Grand Prairie. states Mr. Henry Gage. / ],+ Mr. Gage enjoys the personalI Mrs. W. C Maothews and her satisfaction he receives from]sister from Houston, Mrs. Wal- I being a member of the school ter Rainey, returned -Sunday /board. He has served for seven- night from a two weeks trip [teen years and the past four-in West Texas The ladies were ]teen he has been secretary of guests of relatives in Odessa, lthe board. His term does not Sweetwater, and Mid land. expire until 1966. While in Midland they visited A life-time resident of this community, Mr. Gage attend- ed school here, and is married to the former Miss Osie Beas- ley of Palestine. Their fam- ily includes four children; Gay- lon, 17; Dixie 16, Vickie 14, and Mary Ann 7. Mr. Gage is employed by the county road department, and is also a stock farmer. He is affiliated with the W. O. W. Lodge, and is a dedi- cated member of the Willow Springs Baptist Church. He serves as a deacon in his church and was recently awarded a four year perfect attendance in Sunday School. SCHOOL MENU March 8-12 Monday: Barbeque beef tips, ~eas, buttered corn, bread cup cakes, milk. Tuesday: Meat loaf, English hominy, corn bread, ap- milk. W e d n e s d a y: Roast beef, $reen beans, creamed potatoes, lettuce and tomato salad, hot rolls, butter, syrup, milk. Thursday: B e a n s, turnip greens, macroni and corn bread, cherry pie, milk. Friday: Hot dogs, potato chips, pork and beans, milk. with Mrs. Nellie Harton who has been staying with her daughter and family, Mrs. John Springer for about six weeks. Mrs. Harton returned to Cross Roads with Mrs. Matthews. 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