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tyears ago d one-half miles southwest of the city and Hippodrone from Arlington, will Saturday night for B Watson, who died exhibit in Malakoff Friday and Satur- March 13, the MHS suddenly in his home that evening. Earl day, March 27th and 28th on the Mc- came home from the Gentry, precinct coroner, gave the ver- Donald lot across from the Ritz ~ Tech Stage Band Festival at dict for the cause of death as acute in- Theatre. tiatlLSQmont with a 2nd place trophy to digestion. A telegram received here by Mr. Gap. m ~eredit. Call Gulf Market and Grocery on the B. Thompson on March 16th from Tom Malakoff High School Junior Highway. Our phone number is 96 and Connally in Washington stated that eta_. willpresent the Junior Play at the you may call that number anytime Henderson County has been included in ~,~[1~,, School Auditorium, Tuesday, during the day and be certain that the the Drought Relief Area Loans. Mr. s 30, at 7:30 p.m. The play is a groceries you order will be delivered Connally advised that loans may be comedy, "Hillbilly Wedding." promptly, secured through the Fort Worth office. i~-. vo~: J n McKinnerney, principal of Rev. W. H. Dickinson, pastor of the s~f High School, announced that local Methodist Church, is teaching in a ~ti~-ln the three school plants will Young People's Training School held in dqL'~mU_..ed at 2:30 p.m. April 8 for the Crockett this week. holidays. ,'remembers 50 years ago ha~ of the Malakoff School _, listened to testimony from ~, school administrators, and citizens before voting two-abstaining, to approve a T ersial science textbook Mon- mare e "~e~.dents in the Malakoff and .~d Elementary Schools collec 3tea 86 bags of discarded clothing I recently completed School Day drive to benefit the ban- " j~men and women employed by s w~ltt-_'~-"" mdustries. ~ Malakoff Brownie Troop No. 74, of I~,,,~irl'?. u~i~ Scout Leader, Mrs. Fritz onl man, of the Crescent Heights raritY, tY converged 25 strong of the ~]t~_~The Malakoff News at 2-45 y afternoon to learn something ' tithe business of newspaper alakoff High School Choral vldt~tmder the direction of Mrs. Finis will present a special musical the morning of March 30th 1 he L tuga !qJ _mS. School Auditorium. fy was in Trinidad with four , ,, :ual .ma auall teams last Tuesday night. i~.ere junior girls and boys and ~fJ~l girls and boys. Trinidad fOurgames. ago lettermen for school year and seniors in pep squad were honored Banquet by the Athletic Council Tuesday at in Trinidad. Johnston and Dan A. were united in marriage vening at the Trinidad at the Victory Theatre in 23-31 are "The Jack- Island", "To Please a i "Vengeance Valley." basketball players an independent cage tour- m the Malakoff High School next Friday and Saturday, for the local .school's ribed as a rather Pk~e.e._l .~. tion-da~n"the Oakland farm the election for ol ion o . e Oakland School Malakoff-lndependent School aS-deVfeat by the narrow ,g ~~'S inq"uest was held two an- 60 years ago The total of 70 votes, which was con- sidered a large ballot, were cast in Saturday's school trustee election. Board members elected were H. L. Dr. P. T. Kilman of Greenville who is Flagg, T. A. Bartlett and W. E. Phillips. to take over the practice started by Dr. W.H. Chapman,, who completed the H. E. Duncan in this city arrived in school census last week, reported the Malakoff Tuesday and is now fixing up scholastic population for the district to his offices in the R. E. Skiles building, be 459. previously used by Dr. Duncan. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Roberts Austell's shoe and harness shop on Monday, April 4, a baby girl. They which has been operated here for the have named the little lady Elma Fran- past several years by L. S. Austell ces. changed ownership on March 14th the Jack Tanner, who has been operating same being purchased by Bob Johnson a picture show at Alvord for some time of this city. past, closed the show there and shipped The Conley Bros. Vaudeville Show his equipmenthere. Nutrient requirements of elderly sources of protein and calcium. Iron adults are basically those of younger needs can be met by using lean meats, adults, but fewer calories are needed, egg yolks, green leafy vegetables, and Foods high in proteins, minerals and whole-grain or enriched breads and vitamins should be chosen by older cereals. Fruits and vegetables are people so that the reduced food intake needed each day, for their vitamin C, will provide the needed nutrients. Such vitamin A and fiber content; factors, says an American Medical Those concerned about the cost of Association pamphlet, as decreased ac- food find that there are many ways to tivity, chronic illness, decreased sen- obtain foods high in nutrients and low in sitivity to taste and smell, loss or ira- cost. pairment of teeth, and inadequate in- For example, canned evaporated come may affect the eating habits of an milk and nonfat dry milk have the same older adult. Some elderly people simply protien and calcium value as that of do not eat enough; calorie and nutrient fresh fluid milk, and frequently can be intakes are too low to maintain health, substituted for fresh milk in cooking Many older people reduce intake of and baking. meat without increasing consumption The large packages of nonperishable of other protein-rich foods. Calcium and items like sugar, flour, and rice are iron intakes are sometimes too low. generally less expensive per pound Milk, cheese, or yogurt should be than are the small packages, and do not regular features of the diet of older in- lose nutritive value during storage of dividuals, because they are excellent Several months. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE alent MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas 1. When using top-of-range utensils, cover tightly and cook with minimum of water. Cooking's faster; less energy's used. Food looks and tastes better, too.. 2. Use flat-bottomed utensils for best contact with heating surface. Useproper size utensils. A 6" pan on an 8" heating surface wastes energy. 3. Preheat oven only when needed and only to temperature stated. Normal preheat is 10 minutes; any longer wastes energy. 4. When broiling, do not preheat. Leave door ajar.., air circulation insures proper broiling. 5. Use oven fully. Fill it with foods that cook at same temperature. Freeze extras for later use. 6. Center pans in from oven sides, staggered above each other (no overlap) for best heat distribution. 7. Keep ovenshut. Opening door drops tem'perature 25 or more; wastes energy. 8. Thaw frozen meats before cooking. 9. Do not use oven or surface heating elements for home heating. 10. Turn range off immediately when finished. Conserve electricity and you help conserve one or more of the fuels needed to produce it. Conserve fuels and you help assure that there will be enough to meet essential needs for electricity in the future. When you pass a TP&L office, warehouse, generating plant or other facility, you'll see that we've turned off all non-essential lighting. And, in as many other ways as possible, TP&L is reducing its own uses of electricity. - /f you would like additional information on conserving electricity, ca//the Customer Service Representative in the TP&L Office. TEXAS POWER & [,IGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility MRS. KATY DODSON'S Sunday School Class from burs of the class are not identified. (Courtesy photo) Entire Stock of Long Sleeve By Joel, Arrow, Jockey, Wrangler, Puritan, Career Club and others The Malakoll News, Thursday, IMlmmh N, ZmX-..eA earlier years is pictured in this photo provided by Pete Dodson. 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