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r Wiley, Marchell Williams and Helen Tarver own in uniforms befitting their respective and all girls are active in troop leadership. a is a member of Cadette Troop No. 1311; 1ell of Junior Troop No. 1312 and Helen of aie Troop No. 946. The young ladies are a- ' Malakoff Girls Scouts celebrating the birth- scouting. I I I CAN INSTALL PANELiHG ITHOUT NAILS! i By using eJcote Y new way to install w=t r, out using SOn~te's Royatcote eSJve writ adhere to all Wood gypsum board Plywood and cement Urfaces. Panel Adhe- hates unsightly nail d COunter-sinking. -~Ctly to studdms, fur- and sohd bacl~mg. Panel Adhesive Js :k drying, easily Comes in handy, :artridges; each car- enough adhe- nt four 4~ x 8" ~terior Panels. AOOITIONAL APPL/CAf/ON I/VfOI?MA TION CONTACT ee W. H. Winters of Corsicana spoke to an overflow crowd at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet here Fri- day night, praising communi- ties such as Malakoff for their contributions toward the Amer- ican way of life. Referring to the persons present as the "Power of this community," he pointed out the vital roles of each business, church, school and individual toward a community's progress. Buddy Thompson, outgoing president of the Chamber of Commerce and master of cere- monies at the event introduced out of town guests. Among the guests were representatives of Lone Star Gas, Texas Power and Light, County Judge and Mrs. R. H. Lee, County Clerk and Mrs. Joe Fowler and Win- ston Reagan of Chandler. Also members of the Athens Cham- ber of Commerce and others. Miss Malakoff, Ginger Tay- lor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Taylor Jr and Miss Ath- ens .Becky Bradshaw, a form- Local Girl To Observe y March 12 With Banquet The week of March 12 has been designated as "Girl Scout Week," and in obser- vance of the birthday, Mala- koff Girl Scout Troops will celebrate by worshiping to- gether at the Negro First Bap- tist Church on Sunday, March 9. Also planned is a Father- Daughter Banquet to be held on Friday evening at the 7:30 hour in the dining room of the church. The menu will be pre- pared and served by the scouts and entertainment will be in the form of skits and songs. Mrs. Helen Brewer, local Homemaking teacher, has been secured as guest speaker and she is expected to bring an inspiring message to the scouts on later benefits in life as a result of their scouting activities. Charlene Dawson, troop leader, is serving as coordi- nator of the banquet and she has announced that those who wish to attend may purchase tickets at $1.00 per person. Adult leaders of the troops are Mines Laredo Abron, Ten- hie Ruth Burley, Jessie Mac Williams and Maude L .Orr. The first troop of Girl Scouts in the United States met on March 12, 1912, and that date has become the na- tional birthday of girl scout- ing. Hosts 21st 9 The 21st Southwest Sports & Vacation Show, a vast panorama of equipment, ideas, experts, sights, sound and entertainment, opens an 8-day engagement Sunday (Mar. 9) at Dallas Memorial Auditorium. Always a mecca for vacat- ion-planning families, the show provides everything needed for a vacation--all under one roof. The explosion of interest in camping has forced the expan- sion of the show's exhibit area into additional sections of the auditorium to accommodate the massive displays of re- creationl vehicles. They range from luxurious motor homes to sleek travel trailers, spac- ious pick-up campers to pract- ical camping trailers, and it is estimated that the camping center will include more than $50o,o00 worth of outdoor-liv- ing equipment. For a different way to go, spectators can choose from the multi-thousand dollar Pip- er Conqmanche airplane, spor- /( ( I:.:.':: This cord together Families who live far apart remain close together by tong distance telephone. Call station-to-station after 7 PM and all day Saturday and Sunday. Talk 3 minutes anywhere in the continental U.S. for only $1.00 or less, plus tax. ty foreign cars, rugged 6-wheel drive off-road vehicles, am- phibians and exciting dune buggies. On the perimeter of the gleaming Exhibit Hall Camp- ing Center will he dozens of exbJbits of camping accessor- ies, miniature retail sporting goods and tru'earms stores. displays of vacation areas and services and scores of new products designed for the sportsman. More than 45 national man- ufacturers of fishing tackle, Rrearms and sporting goods will display their newest and finest equipment in the Sports Show's Main Arena. Sports- men will man the exhibits, ready and eager to give ad- vice, demonstrations and in- struction in the use of their products. States, provinces and re- creational areas from through- out North America will be re- presented in the South's only major travel show" The first appearance of the State of Texas' official tour- ism display in the Da~ show will head the largest group of Texas vaeationland exhibits ever put together. From Lake Texoma to the Lower Rio Grande Valley, from .aarillo to the piney woods of East Texas, the state's most attractive recrea- tional areas will be portraved in the dazzling series of dis- plays around the aud- itorium's Grand Com'ou~e. Never before has topflight entertairanent been so well suited to the sports and travd " show theme. Headlining the fast-moving 10-act stage, tank and aerial show will be the sensational Chieftones, Cana- da's all Indian band. A playfull baby elephant and a troupe of wildly funny dogs will be on hand to delight the youngsters, while superb ath- letes and daring acrobats de- monstrate the skills of their professions. And no Dallas Sports Show will ever be com- plete without the traditional canoe tilting battles of the north woods lumberjacks. Tickets for the Sport Show are $1.50 for adults, 50c for children under 12 and will he on sale at the Memorial Aud- itorium box office during hours of the show. The Sports Show is sponsor- ed for the 21st consecutive year by The Dallas Morning News and WFAA Radio and Television. er Miss Malakoff, were among the special guests Incoming president, Eddie Souza, spoke briefly to the group on the aims and pur- poses of the Malakoff Cham- ber of Commerce, before in- troducing other newly elect- ed officers and directors. Mar- les Drake, vice president for the coming year, was highly praised for his community ef- forts over the years. He was absent from the banquet to be with his brother, Woodrow, who was critically ill in a Ty- ler hospital. The introduction of Claude Bankston, who has served as the secretary-treas- urer of the group for years, brought an outbreak of ap- plause. Directors introduced were Eddie Garrison, Buddy Thomp- son, Gilbert Bocell, Ray Don- nell, Mack McLain, Paul Phil- lios, Oresta Jackson, Carney Kirby and Dan Royall Jr. Miss Donna Bullock, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bul- lock of the Tool area and an eighth grade student in the Malakoff School, delighted the group with her truly profes- sional type presentations of two ballads. Twenty-five dollar savings bonds were presented to Ran- WITH AN (,-y~e DECORATOR CABINET Here b one of many distinctive Grote bathroom =bimts. The Emimre models luwe exquisitely carved wood frames. For complete informa- tion about the complete Grote line, v/~t or call us today. McKee Lumber Co. Mal=koff, Texan Jamie EVANGELIST o Garland, Texas Frigidaire bothers to build in more help THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, March 7, 1969 Page Seven dy Hoover and Sonja Hodge, winners of the chamber-spon- sored poster contest held in conjunction with the clean-up campaign now in progress here. Others on the program were Mayor O. A. Phillips Jr who gave the official welcome to Malakoff; Rev. S. C. Irvin offered the invocation and the benediction was provided by O. W. Sprouse of Houston. Catering the banquet was Mrs. Flonnie Rainwater of Malakoff. Mrs. Helen Brewer and members of her home- making class were responsible for serving the food. R. Pruefl PASTOR Malakoff, Texas More Jet Action features * Oeep Action /~git~.o~ Excl~ive up-an l-~n a ~ plunger clot~ deep i~ s~dsy water for thoto~ clearing. 2 Jet-Away riPdNHL Get f~ of tint and ~om so t~otoughly thete*tt no need for a lint trap (ar~ norm tO ctean). DuralY~ Ptm Care. Helps keep no*iron tabf~s "r~o-iron" by prO* 1dil~l the right speed ~ wa~ temperature con'~=~t~ 6et the BIG DIAL DEAL! II II1~ Frlgt~ Oq~s~ h,~= ;blUr s tlon ~ kew~e