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2A~The MalakoffNews, ThursdaY, Aprt!=~,1981.. 10 years ago Visitors to the annual Old Fiddlers Reunion this year will have a special treat to enjoy as that date will feature our talented senior citizens of Hender- son County. Mr. Don Gordon, principal of the Elementary School, has announced that next week, April 26th through April 30th, is the time for pre-registration of kindergarten and first grade children who will be eligible for school next year. 20 years ago In the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Dodson Tuesday afternoon a new 30years ago siderable damage to the T.P. Dodson ladies' organization to be known as the residence here Monday. Malakoff Garden Club, was officially The senior play, annual production of Official notice has been given by the organized. The object of the club is to the Senior Class each year was well State Department of Education that all beautify the city and to promote a received last week. The class fund was schools in Texas will adopt the twelve closer friendship among the members enriched by some $110. grade system. and theirfamilies. Bobby Gene Johnson, son of bus Funeral services for little Wayne The Malakoff Volunteer Fire Depar- driver and Mrs. Grady Johnson was Pierce, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. tment, in their meeting Monday painfully injured in a softball practice Thomas Pierce of Trinidad were held in evening, voted against continuing their at the grade school field last week when the family home in Trinidad Wed- effort at this time for the purchase of he was accidently hit in the face while nesdayafternoon. the emergency resuscitator, sliding in at base. The qualified contestants in the final Funeral services for Mrs. W.P. Allen, rounds of the tennis tournament, to be widow of the late Will Allen, well-known figure of yesteryear, were held here 40 years ago held tonight are: J.D. Waller and Rev. Bill Dickinson vs. J.W. Deas and Dr. Saturday at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Allen, 85, passed away at her A defective electric switch near an J.P. Searls. Mixed doubles : LynnKirby and James Louis Scholl vs. Jane home here on Thursday night, outside entrance resulted in con- Phillips and W.T. Davis. THE FIFTll AND SIXTI! GRADE classes at Malakoff Elementary School are pictured above in 1926-27. The photo belongs to jWaldren C. Beaird of Athens, third from right. Others identified include Marvin Beaird, fifth from left; William Car- tlidge, far right; Chester Shumate, second from right front row; and Lois ltoberts May, first on third row from bottom. (Courtesy Photo) mmm U / It's elementaryt The shortest distance between two points is in the Classifieds.., your direct line to find it all.., large or small.., from jobs to junk yards, real estate to real antiques.., and lots more to buy, sell, trade or rent! See for yourselft 50 years ago Mr. and Mrs. D.T. Griffin were slightly injured Sunday afternoon when their automobile struck the end of the bridge at Cedar Creek. The highway department has an- nounced that the four new concrete bridges through Cedar Creek bottom will be open to the public Saturday. W.N. Flagg, former manager of the Hawn Lumber Company here has again accepted that responsible position. Miss Clarine Chapman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chapman of Malakoff, has been elected the most popular student at Lee Morris College in Jacksonville. 60 years ago Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Maguire are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl at their home Wednesday morning. The Price-Booker Manufacturing Company has a man here this week repairing the vats and getting everything ready for the cucumber crop. Mesdames Dodge Gentry, V.H. Friz- zell, J.A. Fowler and Misses Maudie Harrell and era Mitcham and W.H. Finney were in Athens Friday atten- ding the dedication services of the new Baptist Church. Miss era Mitcham, a teacher, in the schools of Trinidad, spend the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Martin Eastwold and family. 15 words only $ a week or $3.50 for two M By Ann [ ounsQvoll One of the nice things about raising children is that one phase quickly moves to another and one day's problems pass to bring a whole new set of problems the next day. (I'II write about the joys at another time....today we will consider the problems.) Another good thing is that as problems move from one stage to another one has a tendency to forget the mistakes that were made and some of the hard times seem to fade from memory. Listening to mothers with children younger than mine brings back a few memories. Lori Callaway is in that special time period with her children where they have "a bug" every other week. (At least it seems that way to her.) Nothing worries a parent more than a child who feels fine during the early part of the day and falls into high tem- perature as night approaches and the doctor's office closes. It can go on for days with no apparent cause. I appreciated my grandmother during those time. She could blame almost anything on teething. A parent doesn't worry too much about teething and my children teethed for years. Lori's two, Rendi and Jeffery, had been running temperature for a couple of days. No spots, no bad sore throats....just temperature and runny noses. A perfect example of what my grandmother would have classified as teething. Lore had been catching a few hours sleep in one bedroom with both of the children during this she could moniter the during the night and keep on them. About the time she getting better other Both bowels. Jeffery was first necessary for Lore to strip move him to another bed. had her turn and her stripped. Before she had up and moved her into Larry, Jeffery was at it stripped the last clean Jeffer3 Then it dawned on favorite sleeping mate, the Dog, was in of the sickness. Feeling he was not quick for his favorite and Lorl washing sheets and a.m. (If you're scoff....think hack to have done when they them happy while they One of my favorite by and Amy when had a plastic poodle that she rode around on night, when it was time for sleep, she refused to be the poodle could be rocked 1 picture is a shot of Bobby ting on top of a Absurd? No....it's Select cotton for cool For summer comfort, select fibers moisture, allowing that are absorbent, such as cotton, evaporate. linen, silk, wool and rayon-to keep the Ms. Brown is on the body cool, advises Nancy Brown, a staff of the Texas clothing specialist, seen Service, The Texas These fibers absorb the body's sitySystem. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO:. Linde Fa~e Wonlmrton, Respondent; GREETINGS: YOU ARE H(REBY COMMANOEO to appear and answer before the Honorable 173rd. Judicial District Court, Henderson County, Toxin;, at the Courthouse of said County in Athens, Texas, at or before IO o'clock a.m. of the Monday next after the expiration of 20 dens from the date of service of this citation, then and there to answer the petition of Rick), Bryant Wonlmrton, Petitioner, filed in said Court on the 6th day of February, 1981, aplnst Linda Fa]~ Won4mrton, Respondent, and said suit hetnI numbered 81A-90 on the docket of said Court, end on- titled "in The Matter of Merrie~ of Rick), Bryant Wooftmrton and Unda Faye Wonh~," the nature of which suit is a request to Ohorcu. The Court has authority in this suit to enter any judgement or docres dissolving the maffiap and providing hx the division of prope~ which will he bin- dinl on ~, If this citation is not served within ninety days after the date of its issuance, it shall he returned unsamd. The officer ex~utinl this writ shall promptly sam the sam accordlnl to requirements d II dates hereof, and make duo return as I Issued and given under my hand Court at Athens, Texas, this the ~lokoff i~ will begin tokir~I Forrmy Arc Welders, May. 14. All bids will be welder. All welders work seen between 8:00 and 3:30 on the high or Mr. MattingJy for bkls are to be seoled and outside of tho ore I~(~llnO on. All 1:(30 Fri(~,, ~ 15 ot office, !07 Jo~k~n. J. T~F~ Member 1981 Published Continuously l"iZx~ ptqlzs$ Since 1913 The Malakoff Publisher .................................................. DsPl Business Manager .......................................... Ton~ Editor .................................... Office Manager ........................ ( ..... "." .... ".'.'..'... Lorl Advertising Representative ................................. The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens Printing Co. at MalakOff, ! fiee address being P,O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx. 75148. Subscription rates: $5 per year County (senior citizen 50 percent discount available) ; $6,50 per year elsewhere in continental United States, Second-class postage paid POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Malakoff News. P.O, Box 509, Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Jus form below with present address and your new one, and (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Address City State. Zip New Address: Name Address City State Zi Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 () () Yes, ! want to subscribe! Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff closed is my check for $ Name Address City Please send a $ Send to: Name+ Address City State gift subscription in my name. Enclosed is mY State. Zi SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $5.00 per year in Henderson County $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental U.S. Mail to: lrke Malmkoff News P.O. Box 509 Texas 75148