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The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 16, 1981--3A Polly Walker------ 489-1484 Paehler of Cross Roads Zllker park. The flowers were ab- of Fort Worth were solutely superb and the arrangements afternoon shopping were Just fantastic. They had two business. Gaff is thecategories around the Easter theme. J. L. Wortham, formerly of Ava Marie' and the Little Brown Chur- ls spending the mon- ch in the Wildwood. I wish everyone ~hlers. could have seen it. Whenever there is a to hear that Mr. garden show I try to see it. You just Davis of Jasper had have to see to believe some of the flower in Dallas and arrangements that are so simple and on their way home yet so beautiful. that he had married. Johnny Almond and It's a BoyX Mrs. and Mandy of Palmer, n~Other . and daddy, the Leroy r the weekend. wyer and Ruth Llerly Wayne Sawyer and made a short quick Addition to bring a on Monday after- and Richard left ira- two-weeks tour of Welch had a busy week. a dinner Tuesday night Society in Dallas of showing slides from trip recently. There this excur- fantasy and they two days son, Duncan, and Duncan returned Robertson and spent S, daughter of Mr. and of Key Ranch very ill for the pest st present. Thursday in Sgt. and Mrs. Keith (Deanna) Holt announce the birth of their son, Randy Jack. He was born April 8, 1961 at Navarro County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana and weighed 9 lbs. 11 oz. at birth. Proud grandparents include Janette Smith of Mabank, Aubrey and Connie Lewis of Corpus Christi, and Jack and Peggy Holt of Payne Springs. Great-grandperents welcoming the young man include Gladys Holt of Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Temple Dorough of Mahank, and Mary Smith of Dallas. Mrs. Elmer Roberts ariel Mrs. M. K. Miller of Murchison were in Malakoff on Monday attending to business and saying Hi to relatives and friends. Last Tuesday was the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Welch of Dallas. Katherine, his mother, presented them with a beautifully designed silver trivet and Bob gave his wife real pearls. We do not know what she gave him. I'm sure it was something equally as nice. reviewer for the occasion. On Wednesday Katherine visited with Our sympathy goes to Edwina Canon Mrs. Morris Sawyer at the Easter Star this week in the loss of her gran- home and picked me Polly Walker, up dmother, who lived in California. Mr. for a return trip home. and Mrs. Harold Carson tried to book a We learned while at the home that flight for the funeral and were unable to Mrs. EddieGIlllam, who is in residence get one. We do understand the deep there had checked out for a two week sorrow that comes at losing a loved one. visit in Malakoff. Mrs. Gllllam will also Mrs. E. A. Miller of Athens visited visit with her sister, Mrs. Agnes Odom with her mother, Mrs.Willle Owens on and family of Carolyn Estates, and Thursday. Mrs. Jody McAlister of Sumerall Ad- The Providence Baptist Church has dition, almost completed their new building. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lewis have spent They were getting the carpet laid this the pest week vacationing in Florida. week. This is located in Tool and all of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Schoil of Fort Wor- the members are very proud of it. The th motored to Malakoff on Friday. They new carpet is to be a rust color. spent the night with his varents, Mr. Daphene Garren went to St. Paul and Mrs. L.J. Scholl and then on Hospital in Dallas on Monday for Saturday they went to Oakhurst to surgery. We do hope that she recovers spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. soon. Bill Scholl. After a pleasant weekend Mrs. Peggy Callaway and Cindy they returned Blanche and Louis back Callaway of Gonzales, La. were here to their home in Malakoff and went on over the weekend visiting with Mr. and their way. They all had a marvelous Mrs. E. L. Callaway, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. time and the flowers on the way were Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Callaway beautiful, and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Carney Kirby was hostess for Callaway and children. the Listerners Club of Athens one day Eddie Arthus of Liberty underwent last week. There were 36 members. Her surgery on Tuesday at St. Luke's house was beautiful and tastefully Hospital, 6720 Bartner, Houston, Tex. decorated. Mrs. John Renfro was book 77030. Malakoff Chamber of Commerce Directors met last week to establish G. V. Walker spent visiting with our She had an excursion of a flower show at Stephen Lyn "Chip" Harris " gets West Point appointment Stephen Lyn "Chip" Harris, former a student must receive a nomination Malakoff High School student, has from a United States Congressman or received an appointment to West Point Senator. Harris was nominated by Military Academy. He is the son of Mr. Congressman Jim Collins of the 3rd and Mrs. Jim Harris of Star Harbor and Congressional District. Piano. The nominee is judged on his high Harris attended the first ten grades of school grades and activities, SAT school in Malakoff before transferring and/or ACT scores, overall good to Piano High School. He played foot- citizenship and activities. ball in junior high and was also in the Harris was an All State swimmer at hand. He started swimming in the Piano Senior High and hopes to swim at summer program of the Henderson the Academy. County YMCA in the sith and seventh grades and later swam with the Cor- He has two sisters, Becky, who is in sicana YMCA until he moved to Piano. the eighth grade at Piano and Beth, who To receive an appoint to the Academy attends Texas Tech. Missionary Baptist Chur- His name is John- is age 47, is married three children, ~omes to Parkvlew from Was assistant pestor to at Sunnyvale Bap- has several and Den- y photo) Mlakoff School men APRIL 2O-24 Monday: In-service day. Tuesday: Submarine sandwiches, shredded lettuce and tomato, french fries, pears, milk. IWhednesday: Cheeseburgers, lettuce, pickles, potato chips, orange slices, milk. ursday: Chicken fried steak, whipped potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, milk. Friday: Fish squares with cheese sticks, cole slaw, pinto beans, cornbread, cake squares, milk. committees for the year's work. Markey DuBose was named chair- man of the Christmas Decoration Committee with member Jim Blakeney. Nannie Drake will chair the beautification committee and will work with Alfred Williams and Judy Seat. Wayne Callaway will be chairman of the sign committee and will serve with Blakeney, Drake and James Anders. Fred Sonntag will be in charge of a committee to adopt a sign slogan and will be helped by Marlin Dawson and Dennis Halter. Mrs. Drake will chair the special events committee and will be assited by Ruby Rogers, Carl Anderson, Anders and Williams. Jack Murray will chair the Charles Turner Award Committee and will be assisted by Bill Vincent, Evelyn Closser and Judy Newman. Callaway will head the professional and business invitation committee and will be assisted by Mrs. Drake, Newman, and Jim Blakeney. Anyone with comments or suggestions for the planned committees should contact that committee chair- man or any member of the board of direcctors. APR. 19-25 III II SEVILLE AND TRAV TRAVIS have been awarded a life membership in the Log Cabin Swingers square dance club. (Staff photo by Lorl Cailaway) O a By LORI CALLAWAY Seville and Trav Travis of Star Har- bor have been presented with a life membership in the Log Cabin Swingers Square Dance Club. The Travis' are honorary members of the Swingers and were charter members. They were also charter members of the original club in Star Harbor. They learned to square dance in July of 1969. Raymond Smith, also a resident of Star Harbor, taught them how. Smith is in the Hall of Fame of Square Dance callers. Since they learned, their dancing has taken them many places. They have been to Hawaii and Acapulco and llave attended national conventions in San Antonio and Los Angeles. "We've just about danced all over Texas and Oklahoma," they said, and just recen- fly attended the Dogwood Festival in Palestine. Mrs. Travis makes all of the colorful and bright costumes they use for dan- cing. Dancing has become a special way to enjoy life for the Star Harbor couple who now have a permenant place to dance with their new life membership in the Swingers. @@@@@@@@@@@ O r t Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Rogers Phillips Appliances The Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag Dottie and John Lott Malakoff Public Library Food Fare of Malakoff Paul Bankston T-Shirt Hut, Max and Nettie Rigsby Malakoff Truck and Body Malakoff News Larry and Lori Callaway Mr. and Mrs. Allen McKean Mr. and Mrs. Phil Trice Nolan and Joyce Baker Charlie and Melinda Watson and Kim Monroe Billie and Carolyn Ivey Royall Chevrolet & Buick Carl's Barbecue Texas Clay Coach H.W. Wilson Murry Ward Lionel Duncan Citizens State Bank Doyle, Barbara and Keith Loper Malakoff Elementary sixth grade teachers Caney Cove Resort Mr. and Mrs. James Cheatham Burgers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Gregory and Tony, Mike and Sherry Donna Hodge McCool's Dept. Store @@@@@@@@@@@ @