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/* Show Saturday Tile Athens Council d Gar- Clubs will hold its Spring Show, Saturday, April at the First Methodist in Athens. The show, a project d the Henderson Garden Club, The Twi- Garden Club and the Hap- Hours Garden Club will be from 3:00 until 5:00 p.m. members d neighboring clubs are especially in- to attessd this Sp.ng pres- theme of this year&apos;s show Our Texas," features artistic classes as The Alayno, Black Gold, and Gal- veston. The imaginative classes will vary in size from "A IAttle BR of Texas," tures, to "Tall Texans," using six foot high screens on the floor. The Designers Award, The Bronze Award, The Golden Award, the Silver Award, The Tricolor Award, the Award of Distindhon and the Award of CreativRy wil be given in-the various artistic classes. A Swecpakes Award will be giv- en in both the artistic and hor- ticultural Divisions. Mr. & Mrs, Edgar G. McFaal, Route 3, Mabank, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, [ecky Lucille, to David Neal Adams, son of Mr. & Mrs. boa Bert Adams of Route 3, Kemp. The bride elect is a student at Mabank High School. The groom attends Henderson County Junior College. Thewed- cling is set for May 30th at Providence Baptist Church of Tool, at 2:30 P.M. The couple will make their home at Hut- Chins. END THOSE "OLD.CAR BLUES" with a New-Car Bank Loan TIZENS STATE BANK Since 1939 Federal Dcpo=it Insnrance Corporation MalakoH, Texas 751#8 THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, April 23, 1971 Page Three Hospital Cont'd from page 1 Drs. Wolfe, Duplmvne and Ham- flton to the medical staff, was en the floor. He objected on the basis that a moti<m wklch did not agree with the medical staff's recommendation was in conflict with hospital bi-laws. Cook, together with Dr. Joe Ed Smith a board member and a member of the medical staff, advised that the board's pro- cedure would be to return the rejected recommendatiora to the medical staff pending the staff's report back to the board. That report could ammnce the reaction of the medical staff to the board's decision ned/or al- low the medical staff to make other recommendation. 'Attorney Key had begged that a final decision in bebaK of his clients be reached during that m, stating tl't he was mt :to to "Mickey Mose"  with the board ff the conclusion could not be reached at that time. "This is just am)tber flimsy excuse and totally dif- ferent from the previous ob- stacles. This thing has been conjured by the medical staff within the last 24 hours o so," Key stated. He said one earlier denial had been because the doctors were staff members on another hospital in the comW, but that his clients had since closed their privately owned hospital to eliminate tha bar- rier. "This medical staff should hsve investigated the background of Drs. Wolfe and Duphovne and offered a con- clusion of this order back two years ago when Drs. Wolfe and first applied for ad- mission to the county medical staff. Obviously, you used a trivial excuse to discriminate against the O.D.s. You are too late, too late, too late," he continued indicating that if a peaceful decision to admit Drs. Wolfe and Duphorne to the staff at that  could not be reached, the matter would like- ly be taken to court, "and the courts will uphold the fights of these doctors to have medical staff privileges, subject to the standards of quality demanded of the other  of the county medical staff. The re. cords of these doctors would he open to review in accord with your policies regarding others on the medical staff, and in the event that these doctors cannot measure up to the standards ca4 to Medical Doctors, by the sae written medical exam- ination Medical I)oeto are re- quired to satisfactorily com- plete before a medical license ts granted. The board in an effort to bring the matter to a vote at the earliest possible time voted to amend the by-laws to em- power it to vote on the issue. Mrs. Vaughn said that action on an amendme to change the bylaws could not be acted upon uatil the following regular- ly scheduled board meeting de- laying a board vote until May. Cook agreed to report back to the board with the medical staff's reaction to the rejection of the n within 48 to 72 hetws. All board membe appeared to have had their minds msde up as .to how ..y wvuld v reg=d the appUcants, though Indications were obvious that the votes would not be t_manimous. All gave the Ira- pression that the sooner the issue could be resolved the bet- ter it  be for the hospital's  progn. B's A Mr. and Mrs. ,vy Rogers, pro grmxlpare, announce the arrival of their new grami- son, Jason Scot Mccollum. Jason Scot is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy F. McCollum. (Mrs. McColium is the former Paula Rogers.) He weighed in at 6 Ibs., 7 ozs. on April Ist at a hospital in Gainesville. Paternal grand are Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCollum o Galnesville. Miss Cherry Weds Mr. Laughlin Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a form enpire gown f of silk organza over peru de sole. Chantilly lace appliqued with seed pearls, formed the bodice and high neckline: the bishop sleeves were cuffed with Char,. filly lace. The skirt of the gown repeated the lace applique: the chapel train was of matching lace. Her veil of silk illusion fell from a cluster of flowers embroidered with seed perais. The bride carried white roses centered with an orchid on a lace covered Bible. Mrs. Jraes Bowden, of Long Beach, California, sister of the bride was her matron-of-honor. Mrs. Bowden wore a pale gree Miss Kitty Cherry, daughter  Mr. and Mrs. Herbe Cherry Waco, was united in marri- age to Mr. Michael D. Laugh- i, s of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Laughlin of West Columbia, Texas, on Saturday, April 3, at seven-thirty o'clock in the South Main Baptist Church in Pasa- diem, Texas; Dr. B. J. Martln, flclated. School Menu MONDAY, APRIL M Fish Sticks Pinto beam bxl flee 8mmmd cabbage Peach cobbler Bread Milk TUESDAY,  2"/ Meat loaf : Qreen linm hemm  with ehee Beets Rolis Jelio Milk WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 mburgers C1ese Pickles Lece Ora,e Juice Milk THURSDAY, APRIL Cem w  Green beans Teased sal! Applesauce & Cook Bread Milk FRIDAY, APRIL 0 Cdop Fren ,ies CQ Banam Ca/m Milk I would like to take this oppor- tunity to thank the Malakoff Fire Department for their help input- ring: Out 'the fld Nhe:d: sol building burned April 10. I would also like to thank the Kemp, Mabank, Seven Points, Tool, Athens, and Eustace Fire Departments, and the county wa- ter truck. We will always re- member the help and cooperation of all our neighbors. E. L. Reeve Mayor of Eustace Snewhem I rsad thts motto: "Since man to man is so m- just We hardly know whom we may trust We've trusted many to our r- row So pay today, we'll trust IIOYOW." We also read rids one some. where: "The best way to have a friend is to he one." I would like to coin another one I think more appropriate: "If yma want to be skimmd-ed Just Wust those y he b Mdedd" is at least my mqzez. R. T. Grm empire dress. Bridesmaids were Mrs. B. J. Martin of Pas- adena, Miss Ellen Laughlin of West Columbia, and Miss Me- lissa Cherry of Waco. They wore empire dresses fashioned of yellow dotted swiss and car- ried bouquets of daisies and ba- by's breath. Misses Angela and Cami Bowden, nieces of the bride were flower girls and wove dresses matching those of the bridesmaids and carried baskets of daisies. Wedding music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lake of Malakoff, Texas, and the bride's brother in law, Dr. James Bowden of Long Beach. Mr. Griff Temple of Houston was the groom's best man. Groomsme were Mr. Gregory Laughlin of Houston, Mr. Charles LaughLin of West Col- umbia, brothers of the groom, and Mr. Winston Avera of West Columbia. The ushers were Mr. Hollis Cox, Mr. Kenneth Burkhaulter, Mr. Wes Griggs and Mr. Nel- son Hellums. A reception following the cer- emony was held at the South Main Baptist Church. Members of the house party present were Mrs. Brenda Borom of Beatt- mont, Miss Janet Harris of Wa- co, Miss Mary Beth Moore and Miss Linda McLeod both of Pasadem. After a wedding trip to Mexi- co the couple will make their home in Houston. 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