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ZA--The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 16, 1981 10 years ago double hustle throughout the meet. Malakoff and Trinidad will join hands Malakoff took the District 14AA relay to co,h0$fa slide projection program championship last Friday in Van with for the Trinity River Authority of Texas Van and Kaufman keeping them in a at the Trinidad High School Auditorium THE FIRST GRADE CLASS of Malakoff Elementary School in 1953-54 was ready for Easter when this photo was made with each child's locker decorated with a bunny. Teacher of the class was Giadys Weathely. Students, first row, Included Barbara Robertson, Beth Tarkington, Michael Rogers, Johnny Bankston, LaDonna Rogers, Darlene Brown and Jerry Bristow. Second row is Diane DuBose, Elaine Pruett, Mike Dickerson, Llnda Kennard, Elvis Allen, Ray Thursday, April 29. at 7:30 p.m. Coach Ashlock is attempting to recruit participants for a summer basketball league in Malakoff. Don and Shirley Bullock have recen- tly sold their marina, which is located on the west side of Cedar Creek Lake. They plan tq devote most of their time now to selling lots surrounding two lakes which they have built about 4 Trammel and Glenn Walker. Third row is Trudy Wheeler, Glenda Carlisle, Jill Souza, Nelia Beets, Wayne Shumate, Terry Tarkington and Diane DeArman. Fourth row Is Jerry Ann Womack, Unknown, Brenda Bowling, Billy Poweil, Kit- ty Cherry, Carolyn Rogers and Linda Sue Dosser. Fifth row is Sandra Parks, "Ralinda Lewis, Ralph (Bo) Carter, Gary Carter, L.D. Sanderford and Leonard Teetz. (Photo courtesy of Maxine Pruett) miles east of Athens known as Moon- shine Creek Estates. 20 years ago The current "Students of the Month," honored by the Malakoff Woman's Club, are Miss Eva Ingram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingrain, and David Hennessee, son of the Rev. and Mrs. T.J. Hennessee. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shumate of Malakoff a son "Jeffery Doyle," April 6th, 1961 at 12:15 a.m weighing 7 pounds and 41/2 ounces. The Malakoff High School track team, and the grade school tracksters annexed several places Friday in the District 17-A track meet at Van, Texas. Showing at the Trail Drive-ln is "The Facts of Life" starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball and showing at the Palace Theatre in Corsicans is "Gone With The Wind" saluting the Civil War Centen- nial, starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh. 30 years ago In the Interscholastic League Track and Field events held at Palestine last Saturday the Malakoff high School boys brought back top honors in the Senior division and the Junior team was run- nerup in its division. As the results of the annual trustee election, in which an unexpected and decidedly unusual interest was manifested, Paul Maynard Fowler were replace C.O. Dodson and den. City Secretary J.E. the rescue to when the number of expectation. Five Malakoff youths the nine scheduled to leave tion into the armed forces were, John D. Hope, James C. Reynolds Barron. 40 years ago To make room for the equipment for the Growers Cooperative Goodgame Truelove MotOr( making preparations to west side of the T.A, 50 years ago Jess Sweeten, Henders0a colorful deputy sheriff, post at the request Baker. 60 years ago Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Dallas this week for their handsome new nearing completion. M Ann- deri By Ann r- ounsovoll It didn't take long Saturday to find out that everybody likes to paint a little, but few like to paint a lot. I had a sudden surge of energy after lunch and in a moment of weakness of thought decided that it would be a per- fect afternoon to paint Chad's bedroom. It's not a large room, I told myself, and shouldn't take too long to complete the job. After a quick trip to Jordan's Har- dware I had paint, brush, dropcloth and roller in hand. Amy would help me, she said. It took sometime to take down all the posters Chad had used for wall decoration in his room. Then came the cleaning, which took a lot longer, Finally we were ready to paint. Amy started out with the roller and I was hard at work with a brush on the She left with a few dropS her hands. I stayed, with side completely covered white paint, my hands a my hair taking on a new minutes. I was all room of Chad's which by only about half done. It was a depressing Bobby called from "What's for su I didn't tell him. Chad and Danny "Can we By that time I would have hold a paintbrush with his thought he would help. I the boys with paint and told them to have1 did, for about 15 minutes. "We have to leave now, ! woodwork when I sat down in the paint said,,. ..... ! mny -- dad can lid. I have never painted anything pington!ght." that' I didn't wind up looking like a Bobby came in dalmation, but it shocked me that I had made such a mess in so little time. Amy had one and one-half walls pain- ted when she said she had to get dressed. She was going bowling that night. It was three o'clock then and she was due to leave at seven. I questioned the need for four hours to get dressed before she convinced me that she needed to go the store for another gallon of paint. I had miscalculated on the amount of paint that room would require. It was becoming larger and larger. stopped long enough to. cold weiner rolled up in a "Why did you start the asked me. I couldn't think of Getting ready day morning I realized uses muscles that are not My body ached. My sister and her family the Easter holidays. I thit them sleep in Chad's room. clean one in T~ Member ,~.i~ lgsn Publ|sh~d Continuously TEXAS PRESS Since 1913 The Malakoff NeW Publisher Dan I Business Manager .......................................... Tol~ Editor ................................................. Ann Office Manager ...................... ................... 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