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April 9, 1981

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The Malakoff News, Thursdsy, Apr/l J ,,1981--aA Polly Walk,r ------ 489-1484 J~Among the estimated 175 people at- Mrs. Gels Brock and Mr Elsie weekend from Cedar Bay near Bullard. Hazel Hughes has been ill recently. ~mg the Malakoff Chamber of ~ Hines attended the Pilot Stylehow in Her granddaughter, Sandra CokerShe had her knee cap removed. ~e~e banquet last Tuesday night| Athens on Monday night. I we to see came for a short visit. Mrs. Eva Hulin reports good services I,~_~ ~,annle Drake was honored as | my granddaughter, Stacy Adrews, Mr. and Mrs. Chester 8humate retur- at First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 Sun- 01 the Year, were members of ~Ija~wy and close friends, Mr. and r~ show a beautiful little orchidBaster n.ed Jason Huckabee, their granason, to day with communion following. ~W. Brownlow, Mr. and Mrs. Bob | dress. Barbara Loftis of owboyhis home m Mesquite on Sunday. Jason June Jackson has been ill but is up Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lowe, | Headquarters was there to ~ her has spent me past ten nays here.., and about now. Marlin Dawson is also J~ Mrs. Clyde Rose, Mr. and Mrs. | granddaughter, Chandyrce, w) stole Lloyd and Gladys Laney of r'ayne on the sick list. | the show. She was still paradinduring Springs.spent Friday afternoon visiting Ellie Trimble passed away Friday in ~r~'m "rake and Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. freshment time m me nose of Mr and Mrs Eiton Fort Worth Funeral services were ~Le~_~r~nlow, Lauri, Casey, Ben there .... rF. yVt and Martha Lou Whitener.~ Patrick Shumate, son of Louta Mc- Johnson of Mal.akoff.. . _ . pending at press time. l~nd Helen McCreary of | Daniel of Palestine, and tester Lucme '.t]ruelove.nas veen in Jrort Mrs. Demple Beastey has been | Shumate of Cedar Lake and ~ndson Worm visiting wim her sister, Mrs. among those on the sick list. Others who ~, SPent four days last week | of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shuate of Fred McAdams, while there they went have been under the weather include ~L~'fif._ and Mrs. Elton Johnson. They | Malakoff was in a style mw in for a vial! in San Antonio. . . . Bobble Hall and Mrs. Corine Wiley, ~homeon Thursday. - i Palestine at the mall on Satuny. He wren Lucille Truelove remrne~n she Garry Jackson is at home on a leave ~Llt~er.iue Welch spent the past ~ modeled two outfits. One was aarling had as guests on Sunday Bonlfacio Plna from the service in Fort Sill, Okla. He ~n~.carnping in the Sabine , rnwtmvoutfit and Balvino Reyes of Dallas. Lucille will be stationed in Virginia. .... rorest, nd Hastings and Mr., I " Yon "Dlevelsk, and righter,had u.ght them in the first grade and Robert Johnson celebrated his birth- rb~.~C. Tlnnln of HornesviIle, | Tlna of Hurst visited with Mr. d Mrs. uonimclo were on to ~ecome valedic- day with a party at his home on Barren m te on Saturda torian of Malakoff High School when he St ~ .~lspent Monday and Tuesday ChesterShu a Y. . ~areMe Mac Johnson. They afteR-i Mrs. Mary Dingier of Athe andgraduated..Just goes to show ff you A revival of combined churches will ~df~eral of Mrs. Llla Quinn of | Rentha lamer of Dallas visitem the have a good teacher in Spanish or any start Monday night and will be held at | home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mmate other language in the first grade, you Antioch Baptist Church. ~ that was held at Paschal | on Saturday. Don t be surprise/f you can speak English after that. Mrs. Eva Trimble, Homer Ray and Home in Kerens on Monday. I do not see Mrs. Buck Grahamt her Mozeile Fowler had a pacemaker put Marlin visited their sick brother in Fort ~l~'?utiful silver tray, reading 27 r~mdar work station at Per's in in a couple of weeks ago. Her body Worth overtheweekend. presented to Mr. and Mrs. --- .... Athens for the next several eeks. rejected it and she has been in inteRs/re ~ . "YJ~ ~l~ke, who have supplied music | The news was relayed tcMrs, care unit in the Corsicana Memorial service news_________ r"IW"~mmlay Services for 27 years. | Shumate that Mrs Graham II on Hospital recently. We do hope that she ; , Were honored with a fellowship Friday and broke her hip. She wbe at has been straightened out now.Curtis T YmR::SsToHO s a.d Mrs i?!~"~ Sunday night at Frist Bap- home in Bethel for the next two mths, Dorcas Carson and Willie Owens .... '- o . : .'- ' on Mitcham. Mrs. Lake has t rted spent .......... me weegena Vmlung tn A-t'nens Joseph Thomas, Jr. ox MB;nKOtt, en- io, n:'T y thevr " "a haMre b k;vehar | i was repo . feted the United States Air Force | 1 l 1 -- T Delayed Enlistment Program on Mar- '~rt,~mther places of service in the | ~ d'~d'ltdr'l (~ drY1 |f|~t]'d~ ~'t d'~ ch31, 1981, according to Sergeant TSGT f~-~a~Well. Mr Lake is a Deacon of | M" K.PILPIL4L KALK.ALALJLK, i.Vqt./k.~,O JLJL~,J Vv Bryan Townley, the Air Force .e~t~. For many years Mrs. Lake | Recruiter in Corsicana. ~/~~h~ntendent of the Vacation | d~ ds | 6"~ Airman Thomas selected the ad- ,~~t~ L Our W.M.U. which is the | t~l ~ t'd~t 1 ~ ~ ~'d~ ~ dnk 11 ~ Jl if" ministrative area for Job training and ~~ed in the state in a small | k.~K,gJL ~./ Jt.k.~ t.~L,m, qt/ qt.~JLJLqL~ KAL~ "ffi will attend a six week Basic Training '~ ~aS to give the credit to Mrs. | [ ~ Course at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, z~L':'._ tw her tireless effort and good | i Major nationwide surveys, sh as must therefore be accepted is a balance Texas, beginning on Nov. 12, 1981. ~t~.ent. | the Gallup Poll, reveal census, are between a low level of r!sk and the Sergeant Townley said the Air Force ~,~ ~end~mn county cosmetology | I increasingly concerned abo~ the beneficial effects of a food, dditive, ac- still has openings for qualified young u,~ ~therm and their instructors, | safety of food additives and lieve cording to Wolf. men and women. His office is 1.~. at.e(t at ~eKathy Skiles and Miss Lietz | , these ............... compounds to be harrrJ to ~ ............. o~ ...................... ~oo+~o,,,r,, .... . 'm~551~ N. Main, uorsicana, or cau couect attended supply house| Realm. r't" troversial nitrites, she cautioned that ..... i~L~o Tyler on Wednesday and | ~ Many consumers are una.~a, ene the actual safety of a food item would am , l ....... ,, ! to view the new summer trolling me use ot tooa a '" " h ' ' " t e ommsmn of perservatwes Ad- I I i i~nhair styling and cosmetics. | ! cording ...... to Isabel Wolf, an astant~ .... dltives" retard rancidity, preserve' t/OU | ........... savor ana corer ann prevent grows ot | " | ' ""~i~" jnt~ who attended were: Nlta ~ presager m teen science anu n~uon ......... ,~l~' any Hobbs, Linda Roe and Jay at me univerm[y o~ Mmnesota . | , .......... ~' ..... dangerous micoorgamsms such as | to everyone who voted for me in | "~]~"~flf Malakoff; Georgia Davis II | ~trugglmg to Drmg nose m~cou those causing botulism | the Mal~koff ~cbool Retard ,~lee. | _.~,.~,,um Mize of Trinidad; Sheryl [ at two dollars per package can bery . " II ~:-, 7cZ:,..-,.S'_:?_ i - l~m~.' Kerens; Nan Gentry, Mur- [ : discouraging when you discoverat i! Wolf noted that the consumer per- | ,u~. w~,,.~ ,~~,,~,~..euu~| '~u~e Baumgartner, Kemp; | | contains an 'unsafe revel of nit,s, ceives food additives as hazardous | ~~..~ .... t,,c,~,~u I ~l~.~Ills, Cayuga; Brown Bennett, | [ Wolf told reporters at the Sixth ~ual largely because of vigorous marketing | uy t,= ~wv w,~ ms. | ;leis'~'~,o Ann Thomas, Vera McNeil, l ! Nutrition Press Symposium Jan.and by food manufacturers who proclaim m Thanks ~in. I ~U~vChardt, Dorothy Smith, Pare | l 16 in Dallas. their products contain no perservatives I . - ..... .:.-- .7 ~'- .... II l~'VieUeMarUn, WandaSoward | J Itis, ofcourse, impossible to s~vith or additives, while the canning and I ,~, ~,~55.y ?~w~y I E~; and Denice Johnson of I : certaintY, natural, one,thatisanYabsolutelyprduct'saf#hatm a msfreezingof preservatives.Prcesses themselves are for- m "~~ ..... ' ............ I jj~ .~u. and Mary Carter liked their | ~ u~M ,ck~i alakoff so well that they { j s s. iE.' _.tast week with a self contained very own and placed it ON DISPLAY at the Malakoff Public Library |sa collection of salt and pepper 0 I M 0111 C near Quevia and Glen ms trailer and plan to spend more shakers collected from 30 states and 11 foreign countries. The collection was star- ~ .f~lSi bit ~ [ / i ......... ~ d~h~ree time here visiting with ted in 1940 by owner, Laura Lindemann of Clearwater Bay. The display is spon- ~ J- i~ I I M U ~ I t L L sored by the Friends of the Library. (Staff ph to y '" Y ~ " --'--- ' _~ and friends. TheCarters o b LoriCallawa ) " ..... -- -'-- ter dy L ag " 't daC"rtlidgeanddaugh ' I nstea# Bras, Bo an gu e Bras, ]J Pent the mist weekend with her Home Ent t !nment Choenntgel0 Ii ' ytop "" ,o er a Bras Walkers spent Sunday Pla Bras & Free S ;irit ._.,~'~ Irl the home of Mr. and Mrs. ~g Ford rhone 4S -zUUU [[ . .YEAR CLEARANCE [I 1 .o,,0 ...WasbO .... ,ow9.20 ''~lt ~"-t~ and was assured that it was END OF" " " - ~ind0f;el~ ti,e g'll~ ~circ=stan" AALt--' " II ~ No. 104 .... Was li0 ...... Now 1000 ~~| ~ y~, "\~ rree__on ..... , PUTOP ik~ ,~m~.rnerce Banquet last week "kMicrowave Carts I[ ~ No. 543 .... Was 1,0 ...... Now -.-- - ~: ...... deve]op;nent en "o,aa'SX'YMCA "A" Microwave Carts II 8 80 : .. .... z. as he f thee wh has the f" and effort at the site ZENITH__ .Ior Consoles RCAwcolortrak leTV ill[ FREEPIRIT Wi /lt "u ,u..,, .m , B&W P0rta Ib e TV . Sportable TV II " "" - ~accep~ ~ d~am ~e0 Cassette Rec0rdersll ~ No. 89 .... Was liO .... Now~J.ZO ~/~'~'. _.-~ ;"Ju,,.._ __ __ rqIE W [ Microwave Oven II ~. o na ! J! ~ ~[ - ~; , / No. 890 .... Was ltO .... Now O.UU | ~',;,,;,.~~"~ :: ""-- ~/[~~ l~lil~ ~ [~..~ |Td [~ ill LqM Reinforced Toe............... 2.25 A,UV :,'~;' "" ----'" ~]~~ II]'~i e~~~lJ~,:' Number 310X et ~r LITTON tb._. '--t, Uo, toUd ...... ore i r f/ Reinforced Toe ............... 2.50 ZsU t" .J[' ,*d m ,meaUom For Your Money ocle, ,=S " Number 320 1 & Sandalfoot ............ .... 2.25as.v. e_,,_.. ,,... ,-.... sow s479.s ................... ,.,02 DECORATOR iiO ~}~) ~llll Tl1,1~-. V I[ ~ Simulated grained American ~"~L F I ~r~" .d~m J mJ[ " ~l~ ~i,l|ll . ~|~l~,_.J |1~ Walnut with Btsck and Sitver ~ ~ I1~r mJL,d~" II ,dlJPl m~.. ~(, Jl color trim EVG--Electronic I I! lit I V,deo Guard Tuning j IIP~I IlI I ~"~,-"~'~ //~,,~"-/ New Chromatic One-Button ~ -- ..... ~/ ~1~ ~II lIL~ Color Control __ ~ ..... ,...., ,. ~'pantyhose & pare:ms aum one. ~dri ~ No, 330 Reg. tel santooz \ w*/ e,s. BOA 25':e,.oo.a, XL-100 color TV ............... . ....... X'l~'e':ie'" s~i~St now 2.60 ~ . .~ wroth He. 330 g g, ................. wieZ~'" now -.oq e0 No. 350 Support lee, sandalfoot ~'~ SignaLock IIIF nc~ 1 ................. was4.25, now3.40 electronic tuning ~1 XL-~O,,O He. 350X Support leg, sandalfoot Wos I~ Queen size ...... was 4.25 now 3.40 K~ Come--,n and shop early Malakoff while the selection is