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, Thursday Cedar Lake Nursing Home By Sue Smalling You will never guess what the ladies are up to nowl They are in the puppet production business I They have painted scenery, puppet screens, made curtains for puppet houses, and even have a show in the worksl They have named the group the Honeybunch Puppets from Cedar Lake Nursing Home and are working on a show to present the Friday before Easter; when we have our annual Easter egg hunt. You should see these gals work l They have even named themselves. The puppeteers are: Pearl "Halliluia" Kelley; Bee "Ducky" Whitely; "Frances the Talking Mule" Reid; Lilly "Dilly Dally" Mitcham; Resie Houston; Mabel Prultt and Lena "Honeybunch" Miller. The director is Mrs. Leo York. Puppet scenery makers are Leo York, Ruth Sims, Bee Whitely, Frances Reid and Pearl Kelley. I want you to know they are working me to death, lust keevinR them in materials! We sure had" fun Friday. Thanks to the generosity of Bro. Bill Watson, Jean Holey and Calvary BapUst Church, we were able to tour the Athens area to see the dogwoods and azaleas. ue to A called meeting of Malakoff I.S.D. The meeting will be re-scheduled for trustees was not held as scheduled the regular meeting night, Tuesday, Monday night due to lack of a quorum. April 21. The meeting was called to canvass votes of the election Saturday and for Brand name does re-organlzation of the board. Also scheduled on the agenda was anot ensure .ualitv discussion on appointment to fill a -1 - u' vacancy on the board created when Lea Crews moved from district. i' / ] i / Present for the meeting was trustees Carl Anderson and Charles Morman. Also present was Mrs. Jan Sneed, who was to be sworn in as a new member. Chief adds new patrolman to Malakoff force Malakoff Police Chief Don McCord announced this week that former reserve officer Howard Copeland has been added to the Malakoff Police For- ce. Copeland's appointment brings to four the number of police officers on staff. Copeland replaces McCord as a patrolman. McCord was appointed chief following the resignation of Roy Graham, the previous chief. A new reserve officer has also been appointed, McCord. Don Alan McCord will now serve in that capacity. Norma Boaz serves school A name-brand product does not en- sure a quality product, reminds Bonnie Piernot, a family resource management specialist. Quality is usually determined by the durability of a product and its function rather than form, she adds. Bro. Bill brought the church van and drove it, Jean drove her van and we had a grand time. We only made one wrong turn and ended up on a dead end trail -- somewhere around Lake Athens. Not had for amateurs, huh! The flowers were so pretty. I'm really afraid Sims and York are going to put me to work digging flower beds. They kept saying, "Sure wish our yard was so pretty!" We topped the trip off with malts for everyone at the DQ. We had a crowd of people go with us. Mr. John Radney, Arthur Hickman, Edgar Williams, Rosie Houston, Petey Peters, Edgar Whitely, Ruth Sims, Pearl Kelley, Frances Reid, Ruby Taaffe, and Leo York all made the trip and are a pound or two heavier due to the malts. Many, many thanks to Bro. Bill, Jean, and Calvary Baptist Church for making this trip possible l Sure was fun. Bricks Cracked? Sills Rotten? Unlevel Floors? --CALL-- Derl Cannon Rt.l, Athens 675-7096 24 Hour Wrecker Service Tires & Tubes Open all day Saturday 110 E. Mitcham 489-1292 Clay Smothers to be featured speaker at Young Conservatives of Texas, a Clay, and I don't think our Convention A banquet honoring statewide conservative politicalwould be the same without him." Mr. Paul, with Congressman organization, Will be holding its annual Nelson added: "I can think of no other and Congressman Bill State Convention in Houston on April 10 single individual involved in the con- featured speakers. and 11. servative movement today that better panel discussion on the Clay Smothers, a well known conser- represents the beliefs of our Legislature featuring: vative, will open the convention with a organization than Clay Smothers." Mengdon, Rep. breakfast speach. Mr. Smothers, a "Clay Smothers has to be the most DeLay, Rep. Frank Hartu~. former State Representative and dynamic spokesman for conservatism Congressional candidate, will speak at today. We are extremely honored and The convention and 8: 30 on Saturday morning, pleased that he is able to open our con- held at the Marriott Gary Nelson, YCT State Chairman vention," added Greg Robertson, YCT Houston. 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