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April 3, 1975     The Malakoff News
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April 3, 1975

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1 ................................ 7""':": .............................................. You're In A Heap Of Trouble, Boy ! OF THE PEACE brought a Mal eves reporter to this location yards from a 1way. Debris along the dead cows, old Texas license plates and every type of unwanted junk. Judge Fauik collected some of the discarded auto plates, person ai letters in the garbage and other identifying objects strewn along the roadway. He said he would trace the plates and indicated he would Onion Crop Seen N-A high quality slightly lower in last year's, is this spring in South recent forecast a harvest of more million 50-pound spring onions from Commissioner said this is a 21,000 acres last year, but that larger than usual. quality is expected "Though a hard hit growers in and a light freeze J some areas in it appears that no iamage has been White said. growth has been a,,nd harvest has been cations were that WOUld be light until early April, acreage m Uae Grande Valley is at 14,100 acres with includes 1,000 acres of late varieties to be harvested after July 1. Planting of Texas summer onions is underway in the Trans-Pecos area where acreage is expected to increase over last year's plantings. Transplanting on the High Plains has just started, and acreage is expected to be below last /ear's. Ill I levy maximum fines to anyone he could connect with the dumping. "This situation will not be tel erated in this area," he said. COMFORTABLE FASH- IONS for lake living were shown at the Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club. Model- above, Jean Jones, Jane ing fashions from three area Cloyd, Paula Bonsal, Barbara shops were, left to right Bonsal, LueyFawcettandher granddaughter, Prudence Haning. More fashions from the show are shown in the CedarCreek Show Features Easter Into Spring Fashions A salute to Spring was given by the Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club with its annual style show Tuesday, March 25, at the Cedar Creek Country Club. "Easter Into Spring" was the theme of the show and fashions keyed to the informal lifestyle of local take dwellers were featured by three area women's wear shops, with accessories and backdrops furnished by another boutique. A near record crowd of 150 women, applauded the stunning fashions collected tot the occasion by the women's specialty shops. From Pahla's in Mabank, Lucy Fawcett and her grand- daughter, Prudence Haning and Paula Bonsal modeled short dresses, pant suits, and long dresses to fit any occasion in the busy life of the lake women. Paula's also showed two fashions for the younger set, with preschooler, Prudence Haning, almost stealing the show. Paula's and Ann's House of Fashion, also of Mabank, showed a collection of colorful sportswear, with special emphasis on pantsuits. One stunning outfit from Ann's reflects the keen local interest in the upcoming Bicentennial celebration, a red, white, and blue outfit, tagged appropri- ately, "Americana." Barbara Bonsai, mother of Paula Bonsai, and Jane Cloyd showed the Ann's House of Fashion version of "Easter at the Lake" emphasizing the wide range of sizes and style this shop offers. Leisure Corner of Seven Points showed a variety of fashions that will take the well dressed woman comfor- tably from morning through The Hindus believe that the use of iron in buildings is conducive to epidemics. A Limited number of Health Unit Maflresses for only They're brand new ancl factory guaranteed and won't last long at this Low DireO Factory Price. For Savings and any and all your bedding needs, see us. RASCO BENDING FAOTORI 1515 W. Corsicana .Athens 675-3145 III II I IIIIII IIII I I 17.0 cu. ft. of I001o Frost-Proof ,l,cjanc. Readq for automatic icz when qou arz.  It. Teakwood trim and distinctive smoked onyx accents are elegant hints of convenience inside. Top-freezer has 4.75 cu. ft. with " separate ice storage and a shelf. Automatic Ice Maker, with exclusive Cube Level Control, can be added now or later (extra charge). Storage includes twin Vegetable Hydrators, Meat Tender, door compartments. *399 ,o,.,,o, evening activities. A mother- daughter combination -- Brenda Wood and her mother, Jean Jones of Dallas, gave club members a tantalizing glimpse of the varied way this shop interprets spring. Lucy's Boutique of Mabank showed precious jewels and provided background- accessories for the show. The show was commen- tated by Jan Thorp, assisted by Loretta Amundsen back- stage, and Lou Almand pro- vided background music. Table decorations for the Easter Buffet were made by April 3, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 9 photo, right above, by Jean Jones, Barbara Bonsai, and Brenda Wood. Oam Brandon of Isle of View, bridge in Ft. Worth, would and the large paper mache like to form bridge classes. patchwork Easter eggs filled and asked that any interested with checked gingham members contact Mrs. chickens and rabbits were Kenny. Mrs. McKee also charming and topical, announced that the next Lucia McKee, President, meeting would be on April 22, announced that Edw]nna and would feature a book Kinney, who has taught review. 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