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i / Page 4 - MALAKOFF NEWS - April I0, 1975 1 Malakoff News I Malakff High ii Drama Students Mrs. L.F Stanley, of 903 taken to Athens Memorial from the third through the d College, Malakoff, entered the Hospital Saturday after a bad 10th grade, is one of the stars Name Alternate hospital in Corsicana earlier fall in her home. She now at at the Henderson County this week and underwent home and on the mend. Mr. Junior College production of surgery Wednesday morning, Rice returned Saturday from "Bye, Bye Birdy," at Weiss her husband reports. She is a 16 day stay in Kansas City, Auditorium, April 11, 12, and expected to remain in the Missouri where he was 18 and 19. Donna, daughter of hospital for about a week. attending a sick friend. , the Don ullocks, plays the Donna Bullock, who at- tended school in Malakoff COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Employers Casualty, Mrs. Theodore Rice was Representing mployers National, Motors Insurance Carp Royall InsuranCe Agency Ph. 489.0520 510 W. 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Mrs. Nokes says they're in full bloom and beautiful. Mrs. D.E. Abbott, Mrs. Leamon Rogers, Danny Abbott and Lori Rogers were in Dallas over the weekend visiting with Mr. D.E. Abbott, who is in V.A. Hospital. they found him much improved. Mr Arthur Byars entered Medical Center hospital in Tyler Monday afternoon for some eye treatment. He expects to be released Friday. Seems he's having problems with the tear ducts. Jack McCool went to Tyler Sunday to see his son and daughter-in-law, Dan McCool and the grandkids, Brad and Bryan. The Marles Drakes had their son Chris Drake and grandson Blain with them this weekend in Malakoff. Mrs. Jack Hearn's daughter, Mrs. Doug Wright, of Tulsa, Okl., and her three sons, Stephen, Byran and Kevin, spent last week with the Hearns in Malakoff. Dr. C.R. Haynes, Mrs. Hearn's brother, carried them home this past weekend Charlotte Haddk of Howard Payne ziifed her grandparents i Mr,:.al d Mrs. W.A. McBride during the Easter holidays. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. McBride attened the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Emitt Wickersham, this week in Fort Smith, Ark. Hardy's Dog Scores Howard Hardy's 9-month Brittany Spaniel bird dog pup won third place in the Sedan, Kans. Open Puppy Field Trial against 32 other pups from all over the U.S. recently B&PW Notes Mildred Smith, president of the Cedar Creek Lake Chapter of the Business and Profes- sional Women, and Jane Cloyd, first vice president, attended a B&PW seminar in Waco, April 4, at the Camolet Inn. Advisory Group Meets Today The P adult Advisory Committee will meet for its regular monthly meeting today (Thursday) in the High School Library at 3:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sims attened a meeting in Dallas to plan for the 1976 reugion of the 144th Infantry Organi- zation. Sims is vice president of the organization of World War II veterans. The reunion will be June 26, 1976 Jap Lucas Hardware 1S North Pralrieville Street ATHENS, TEXAS 67S-3191 Art Athens troditir)n . . Servinf: the good people of Henderson County for over 30 ),ears. . Come In And See Our Garden T,Ilers 3 & 5 H.P. Models Now In Stock . Also A Complete Line of Lawn Mowers Malakoff High School com- peted with "Livin' de Life", by Ed Graczyk, in District 13AA One Act Play Contest in Athens last Friday, and placed as alternate to the area meet Three actors on the cast won honors: Toby Smith and Beverly Hall were placed on the All-Star Cast, and Diane Ward won Honorable Mention. The critic judge, Ms. Jeanne Hale of Kilgore Col- lege, called the play a "visual delight" and paid special compliments to Karen Venable who was responsible for the make-up design. The director, Ms. Gayle Smith, said that the cast has had several invitations to present the play to other schools, and hopes that they can take advantage of this opportunity for a cultural exchange. The public will get to see this play in Malakoff in two weeks. Other students partici- pating were: Mark Sullivan, David Scheibe, Toni Craiker, Camille Cliver, Carolyn Barton, Susie Walker, Johnny Ellis, and Vernon Holt. HCJC will be hosting the Area Contest April 11 First Baptist Sets Revival April 13-20 The First Baptist Church announces its spring revival services beginning Sunday night, April 13 through the Morning service, April 20. Coming to lead in these services are Rev. Louie Barron, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Cedar Creek Lake. The music will be led by Mr. Glenn Mize of Tyler, Texas. Rev. J.N. Foreman, and the congregation cordially invites the public to attend the serviceswhich will be Monday through Friday at 10:00 a.m. and Monday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Nursery facilities will be provided for these services. Jerry Stone To Be Head Of Lions Club *-The Malakoff Lions Club named Jerry Stone president for the coming year at its regular meeting last Thursday night. Other officers elected in- dude Luther C. Ellis, first vice president; Willie V. Sims, secretary-treasurer; Bill Baird, Trail Twister, and Joe Faulk, Lion Tamer. Bill Norwood was named to the board of directors,, replacing Jim Hawn who's term expired. Sam Stogner was named to replace Jackson on the board of directors. The Lions heard a report by Orville Pirtle on the Older Texans program being conucted by Henderson County Junior College and East Texans Council of Governments,and viewed colored slides of the Holy Land presented by Rev. Bill Reisor of the First Baptist Church. :::;.:.::.:.:.:.:g.:.:@:.:4.:.:.:.:,:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:-:. }! Malakoff Menu  April 14 - 18 Monday: Fish Sticks with tartar sauce, baked beans, french fries, bread, rice pudding and Milk. Tuesday: Meat Loaf with Creole Sauce, buttered rice, glazed carrots, English peas, yeast bisquits, milk. Wednesday: Barbecue weiners, pinto beans,buttered corn, yeast corn bread, cake squares and milk. Thursday: Oven fried chicken, green beans, snow flake potatoes, cranberry sauce, hot rolls, jello and milk. Friday" Cheese Burgers, " I garden salad, french fries wth catsup, cookies and milk. 'Donna Moon And Stars' To Perform In Malakoff "Donna Moon and the Stars", a singing and musical group with a unique program of cheer for military and other youth, will sing at First Assembly of GOd Church, 806 College, Sunday, April 13, 7 p.m., according to the pastor, Rev. Samuel Calk. "Operation Cheer" is a singing and witnessing pro- gram to the military per- sonnel of the United States of America on bases at home and abroad. It is primarily re- ligious (non-sectarian), and is coordinated through military chaplains It consists on concerts in hospitals, chapels, County Plans Sale Of Last Road Bonds Henderson County Com- missioners' Court Monday voted to sell the last $150,000 of its road construction bonds on May 12, and approved borrowing up to that amount in the meantime in order to meet construction costs of a highway through Murchison. The board authorized Ralph L. Fickes of Columbian Securities Corp., to go to New York to arrange for a "bond rating prior to letting of the construction bond bids on the 12th. ilii Police iii Report The Malakoff police- department investigated four auto accidents and a Malakoff High School burglary during the past week. In ad four traffic-related arrests were made. Three of the accidents occurred Friday. In one, a car driven by Mrs. Sue Harris of Star Harbor, was attempting to cross the highway at the 4-way stop, and a car, driven by Lillian Francis of Killeen failed to stDp and collided with the Harris car. There were no injuries and both vehicles sustained moderate damage. Marion Marshall investigated. In the second, Tracey Fer- guson, of Malakoff, was at- tempting to turn nto a washateria lot and a car driven by Dan Johnson, of Athens, was leaving the- parking lot and collided with her car. Damage was mod- erate, and there were no injuries. Chief Wilson investi- gated. The third accident occurred when a car driven by Robert McClatchey, of Trinidad, was traveling east on 31 and a car driven by Oleta Holloway, of Waco, pulled out of Hardy's Pharmacy parking area onto 31 and collided with the McClatchey vehicle, causing heavy damage to both cars. There were no injuries. Chief Wilson investigated. Two Trinidad men were charged with burglary of the Malakoff High School over the weekend. Chief Wilson and Henderson County Dep. Choice Lovelady investigated. Statements from the pair cleared up several other area thefts, Wilson said. Other activity included ar- rests by Officer Marshall disorderly conduct, public in- toxication, and no driver's license. Chief Wilson arrested one person for no driver's license. "A space explorer is a fel- low driving around down. town looking for a place to park." auditoriums, stadiums, ser- vice centers, mess halls, and etc. A second aspect of "Operation Cheer" is mis- sionary evangelism. This- missionary evangelism ranges from services in primitive villages to city-wide crusades which are coordinated through missionaries and native church leaders. "Operation Cheer" was originated by, and is directed by, Donna Moon. Donna has served for more than 10 years as organist and soloist for the regional veterans hospital in Dallas, Texas. In this vol- unteer capacity she has sung and played for weekly chapel programs, done music therapy in their Day Treat- ment Center, and provided special music programs throughout the year. She also plays and sings for church, social, civic, patriotic, radio, and television programs. "Operation Cheer" concerts are done by a select singing and musical group known as "Donna Moon and the Stars". Singing and playing with Donna are dedicated and talented Christian collegians from Southwestern College in Waxahachie, Texas. These member is an personable, young musicians witness for Christ, an have traveled widely in con- are qualified carts. Their repertoir of Donna Moon's' religious and patriotic music now made extensive ranges from traditional to which have included contemporary. Within the Alaska, Europe, S. group are several small Central America groups and soloists. Each land U.S.A. 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