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} f / i  { Ill ! if ! } 3 ' L 3 QUILT-pieced this Bicentennial I State Bank Prsi- Quilt using historic symbols. Sutton [center] The class sold the quilt to to Mrs. Roy the bank, which will display d studies teacher it in the lobby. The money [alakoff elementary will be used to purchase a s fourth grade which replica of another historic item of special significance here, "The Malakof Man." Don Gordon, principal, looks on. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline.] Problem Airing Scheduled rates, Nipak and county roads for discus- the upcoming of the President's Owners' Associa- eting is scheduled day, April 24, at in the Tool City association was recently as an alli- th different associations possible solutions would be be worked ' at then. That offered during the meeting. "We'll be talking for' about 18,000 people," Dyer said when talking about possible later meetings with the various firms and parties involved in each of the projects. He added that actual undertaking of the three projects will have to be approved during the meeting. Also listed on the agenda )urpose of greater for the meeting will be the pn on common 1:0  sCussion and, approval f ;.  : r ........ the  " ghthering: statistical a meeting last-fadts from the local associa- the Board of Direc- tions. Liason committees are the association, expected to be present at the additional projects meeting so that details could for submis- the upcoming 'aeeting. Those pro- project was given board approval during a prior meeting. Vice-President Jack Vos- sler of Paradise Bay anoun- ced during last week's board meeting that most of the local associations would be- come members of the conso- lidated association as soon as their governing bodies met to approve the matter. to have the air on the lake caused k, Inc., corrected. Lign to convince tes-United Tele- orapany that the residing on Cedar ake constitute one unitv and should arged long distance Calls between neigh- for their calls to the on the lake. to have the of coun- funds changed in the roads in and Henderson receive better chairman of explained that he Complaint on all issues and that WHAT Apr. 15, 1976 -MALAKOFF NEWS- Page 3 Bicentennial Quilt Fourth Grade Project By Tom Herline Malakoff's adult Bicenten- nial activities have lain dorment since last summer but the youngsters in Mrs. Roy E. Cook's fourth grade social studies classes are very much in the "Spirit of '76." The 60 fourth-graders at Malakoff Elementary School recently finished a "Bicen- tennial Quilt" containing numerous patriotic symbols and slogans. Students worked on the individual blocks and then sent the quilt out to have it stuffed and quilted Malakoff's Citizens State Bank President Steve Sut- ton found out about the patriotic quilt, and provided a generous donation to the fourth-grader's activity fund in exchange for the quilt which is now on display in the bank's lobby. Mrs. Cook said at least a part of the money would be used to obtain a replica of the "Malakoff Man" which is now on display at Texas University. Mrs. Cook says she doesn't know exactly how to go about getting a "copy" of the historic Malakoff Man, but she said, "I'll just write to the president of UT and go from there." Four blocks of the historic quilt were displayed at the recent open house during Texas Education Week. A couple of the young- sters, not content with just piecing a quilt, decided to make a "mini-quilt" con- taining four blocks, and carry it all the way through the quilting process. John Tanner and Ty King are storting some sore thumbs from poking needles through cloth and cotton, but they're mighty proud of the mini-quilt which will be hung in the elementary school as a decorative wall- hanging commemorating the Bicentennial. Mrs. Cook said that the studet.wsnau x, Legend has it tPat if some- unit ",,btGm one in your rarely can make Country," including infer- his first and fourth fingers mati0n about famous people, touch over the back of his hand, he is a good cook! places and events in Ameri- can history. Harry Ellis of Crockett & Buffalo, & Burt Richards of Fairfield, New Owners of Navarro County Auction Co., Angus, Texas, Invite You To Attend Their First Sale. Thursday, April 22, 1976 Free Bar B Que Lunch 11:30- 1 Plenty Of Buyers On Hand For All Classes Of Cattle Consignments Invited Over 35 Yrs. Experience Harry Ellis 713/542825 Office Phone 214/872-1631 Butt Richards 214/389-3743 TO DO ABOUT CRIME Vote for a lawman who KNOWS and WILL do. IRA BILLINGS FOR SHERIFF OF HENDERSON COUNTY We must not let the element of fear take over. Crime CAN BE and MUST BE defied in Henderson County. If I am elected Sheriff, there will be: Crime cannot be soft-pedalled. Armed robbery, breaking and entering, burglary and drugs are all on the increase. The destruction is far more sweeping than simply that of material values. *No Double-Standard Enforcement of the Law *No Wheeler-Dealer or Political Fixing. *No Political Axes to Grind. *No Submissive Silence. Vote for a lawman who will DEFY the criminal and PROTECT the innocent. [Pol. Ad. Paid for by Ira Billings] Each fourth-grader was assigned to choose and draw three things that symbolized America to them. There were numerous duplication, but in the end, there were about thirty ideas developed in drawing... From these pat- terns were developed for the quilt pieces, she said. "Some of our materials were a little hard to find, since cotton batting is not used so much any more. Mothers and grandmothers were asked to search through scrap boxes for yester-year's cotton ma- terials to help make the quilt as authentic as possible," she said. "Before the boys and girls worked on quilt blocks they were required to 'get the feel of the needle' by appliqueing a mushroom on a six-inch square of cotton material which was made into a pin cushion to give to their mothers. "A few fell by the wayside and didn't sew too well, but most persevered to the ex- tent that they did the pincushions over three or four times," she recalled. Mrs. Cook was a perfection- ist, telling the children the quilt must be done right if they expected someone to want it. After the blocks were completed by the students, Mrs. Cook sewed them to- gether with red strips. Finding someone to quilt the blocks was another mat- ter. Nearly a lost art in most areas of the country, Mrs. Cook persevered until she located Mrs. Vesta Moseley at Eustace to do the hard part. The quilt-piecing project was such a success, the students decided to do a second one, which will be one of the prizes given away during the PTO carnival this year. In addition to quilting, the students in Mrs. Cook's fourth-grade classes made lye soap. Each student took a bar home. Before the end of the year, they'll also churn butter, Mrs. Cook said. MINI-QUILT-- Ty King as a wail-hanging at Main- and John Tanner are quilt- koff Elementary School ing a mini-quilt dedicated to commemorating the Bicen- the Bicentennial. The quilt, tenuial. [Staff Photo by Tom when completed, will be used Herline]. McKee Gains Third Term W.R. McKee, who started in the lumber business in Corsicana 39 years ago, was reelected last week to an unprecedented third-term as Mayor of Lee's Summit, Missouri. McKee Lumber Company Chamber of Commerce presi- dency, and Chairman of city Planning and Urban Renew- al Boards. A son, Mark McKee, lives in Athens, Texas, and works in the lumber company's Texas yards. 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