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April 2, 1981

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ago High School students are a source of enjoyment for adult spectators who spots to watch the which takes turns from mini fashions to the revealing" grannies, and cakes and pies r at the Citizens State bake sale is being the Malakoff Tiger Band for the purpose of help pay for meals for at Music Contest in Enid,, ago Drive-In, located on 31, and formerly known Mart," has announced opening for the summer season for Saturday, April 1st. The Trail Drive-In Theatre in Athens has announced a full week's showing of Walt Disney's "Swiss Family Robin- son," beginning Sunday, April Ind. The picture is said to be the Family Picture of the year. Mr. and Mrs. George Cross of Malakoff announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Juanita, to Jimmie Lee Speake,, son of Mrs. Ralph Stewart of Athens. The wedding wiLl take place on Friday evening, April 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. 30 years ago Actual construction work on the proposed new high school auditorium, Supt. M. B. Richards told the News this week, "will likely get underway at an immediate date as the preliminary plans and blueprints for the structure are now complete." News welcomes reminiscence pictures can be used and returned to the owner Lact The News. 489-0531. to be featured in the paper. unharmed. To have a picture Sehool menu APRIL 6-I0 BREAKFAST milk. toast, juice, milk. , juice, milk. Sweet rolls, juice, milk. juice, milk. LUNCH Barbecue wieners, pinto beans, macaroni and cheese, cornbread, SPaghetti and meat balls, blackeyed peas, carrots, cornbread, ingers and gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, vegetarian beans, corn, cornbread, cookie, milk. french fries, pickles, cheese squares, fruit, milk. heel menu APRIL 6-10 dogs with mustard, french fries and ketchup, pork and beans, tacos with cheese, tossed salad, mexican corn, peach slices, Hamburgers, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, tater tots with ketchup, milk. a la king, buttered rice, english peas, hot rolls, jello with crispies, tartar sauce, macaroni and cheese, blackeyed peas, milk. School menu APRIL 6-10 pot pie, macaroni and cheese, green beans, fruit, hot came, salad, pinto beans, buttered rice, cornbread, peanut milk. Spaghetti with meat sauce, buttered peas, hot rolls and butter, milk. egetable soup, sandwiches, macaroni salad, sliced cheese, cookies french fries, baked beans, fruit jello, milk. The robbery of two Trinidad drug stores Saturday, according to Deputy Sheriff Aubrey Corley, who in- vestigated the incidents, are thought to be juvenile burglaries. The officer said that the work closely resembled that applied in the robbery of the Tiger Inn Care in Maiakoff a week previous. The Malakoff Public Schools have taken two firsts, three seconds and two third places thus far this year in Inter- scholastic League meet for District 45- B. taking part in the limited number of contests in the meet, the record stands above the average. 40 years ago According to a daily record kept by T. A~ Bartlett, Jr., here last month at the Malakoff Brick and Tile Company plant the average temperatures for the mon- th of March was 44.73. This is on the average of 3.2 degrees higher than the temperature for the preceeding month. A unit of the WPA Library Project has been re-opened in the Malakoff High School, and Miss Violet Baird has been assigned as the WPA library clerk. She will compelte the library records and prepare for circulation four hundred new books which have recently bee received by the school. Specials for the weekend at Rober- tson's Grocery are Lettuce, 5 cents a head; Oleo, 11 cents; salt bacon, 14 cen- ts a pound; and bananas, 4% cents a pound. Free delivery in Malakoff. 50 years ago Ti~e contract has been signed by the government for the ten year rental of now postofflce quarters South of the railroad. The office is to be opened on May 1st. Material is being placed on the ground for the erection of a new filling station at the corner of Hwy. 31 and Terry Street. The station is being built by Walter Jackson. Equipment is being installed this week for a Spanish restaurant in the W. C. Dodd building on Mitcham Street. 60 years ago George Black, telegraph operator at the Cotton Belt depot here and Miss Vivan Swayze of Pittsburg were united in marriage at the home of Rev. Franklin S. Henderson of Pittsburg on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dodson celebrated their goldern wedding anniversary at their home on Route 2 Wednesday. Four generations were represented at the table on which a huge turkey dinner was served. The Court of Civil appeals at Texarkana last Thursday affirmed the case of Riddiesperger vs. Malakoff Cot- ton Gin Company. This was the case where the Maiakoff Gin Company recovered a judgement for alleged damages against Messers. Rid- dlesperger. Judge Prince's ruling was held by the higher court. OOO CUTLASS SEDAN CUTLASS CRUISER STATION WAGON CENTURY WAGON CENTURY SEDAN |R GOOD THRU APRIL 4 STOCK OR ORDERS LE MANS DN WAGON LE MANS SEDAN Athens 675-8581 The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 2, 1981--11A THE MEMBERSHIP of Malakoff's First Baptist Church is pictured in their provided to The News by Pete Dodson. (Courtesy Photo) Sunday best in earlier years. The photo was "In the morning of life, work; in the midday, give counsel; in the evening, pray." Greek Proverb The Malakoff Lions Club is spon- Boy Scouts. Ticket~ may be purchased soring a pancake party Saturday, April at the door for the same price. 11, 1981, at the Lions Den. Serving time All profits from the event go to the will be from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. This is a Boy Scout troop of Maiakoff. chance to get a breakfast, lunch or din- ner of pancakes with bacon or sausage The club would appreciate for the low price of $2.25. Tickets everyone's help in making this project are being sold by Lion members and a big success. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396.2282 Bible Correspondence Course QUESTION: Where did the expres- sion "A little bird told me" origi- nate? ANSWER: Please read Ec- clesiastes 10:20. This is just one ex- ample of some of the interesting facts that are found in the Bible. Perhaps you would benefit from a better understanding of this great book. Now you can receive an eight lesson, full color Bible correspon- , dence course. Study in the privacy |of your own home at your own |pace. Certificate awarded uponl |completion. First lesson sent im-I imemately by mail. This course is| |offered free without cost or obliga-| ntion to you. For more information| iwrite: Correspondence Course,| Call 489.0531 iii