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The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 23, IN1-4A Polly Walker------ 489-1484 III i II I Idys Powers were in Phillips and the teacher and hostess, had as guests over the Easter holidays Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday after- National School Board Convention ay, April 18, accom-Gladys Slmonzk of Mineola, Polly Janis Cason and son, Alan of Houston; ate supper with us on Sunday night, noon at 4:30 p.m. for the young people, which was held in Dallas recently. ~d Mrs. Tom Rogers of Owen and Culley Owen of Overton spent Joan Jackson of Bryan, who is atten- Stacy spent the night and Monday with They also had a wonderful program Funeral services for Mr. W. F. Ed- attended the wedding of Thursday visiting in the home of Mr ding A&M; and Grog Cantrell of her grandparents, the G.V. Walkers. Sunday morning sponsored by Ciyon wardman were held Sunday in Kerens. (Rogers) Douglas and J. and Mrs. Ellen Johnson. " Abilene. Mrs. Eva Hulin has been ill for the Davis. Mr. Edwardman was a fol'mer teacher Mr. Rogers is the father Jlmmie Pruitt of Bullard spent Wed- While Janis was here her husbandpast week but is much better now. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lueas of in the MalakoffSchool System. t - - nesday night visiting with her parents, called from Houston to say that they Others who have been ill include Mrs. Cauert, Michigan, brother of Mrs. L.E. Francillia Perkins was married last ony was performed byMr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate. On had been robbed while he was asleep in Demnle Bossier and Mrs Lena Mlt- err, and Mrs. Ruth Webber and Little week to Garry Jackson. Jackson is in vans at 4 p.m. Gladys was Thursday Mrs. Shumate and Jlmmle the apartment. He thought that they cheil.'- " " Kathy Gregory of Chicago, Ill. visited the service and following the wedding ,or for liar sister, motored to Corsicans and picked up had stolen their camera as well as his Sammie Tarver was out of town last last week in the home of Judge and Mrs. flew back to North Fork, Vir. where he [ollowed at 12010 Robert Mrs. Mae Crocker. They all went to stereo equipment and some money, weekend visiting his aunt, Mrs. Bernice Leo err, is stationed. His new wife will remain in Owers reported it was a Navarre Mills to visit with Mrs. lnez Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dodson were host Lane. Mr. Lueas was a delegate to theMalakoff until he returns. Ony and reception. Frien- Odom They had loads of fun browsing and hostess on Sunday to Mrs. May Mrs. Ernest Wilson and her sister, latices from Dallas,in cemeteries and county records Dennison of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Christine McAilster, were out of "ILJ" 1[ 1l dl~dl~ 1[" d~ ~ , ~l' Malakoff, Athens and Jimmie is runnin~ down the roots of the. Fred McBurnev_ and Crissy of Three andrelatives.twn for Easter visiting with friends na.a KoH .L,.,.,_-..,, group and this was four generations of Harbors on Cedar Creek Lake; Shelley wis spent the weekend the Whitner clan formerly of Malakoff. McBurney of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mrs. Lena Mitchell had her children 1 = 1, a Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Ray The went to Liberty Hill Cemetery. Foster and children of Athens; Mr. and at home for the holiday, n i , hold emerge cv session " ' ' " " " " town for the holiday visiting with frien- ~ e, dsandrelattves. Malakoff I.S.D. trustees held an school teacher and parent of the child. Mrs. Vee McAlister had her children emergency session Thursday, April 16, A school official reported Friday that ~1 " . " Malakoff, superintendent of theMr. and Mrs. Pete Dodson entered the at home for Easter. to mscuss possible litigation following the matter is currently under in- . the G.V. W~lkers inEastern Star Home in Arlington, and Baylor Hospital in Dallas, room 701, Travls Tarver and a friend were at an incident that occurred at Malakoff vestigation and the Malakoff Board of {i then returned home to Charles Foster, also formerly ofGaston Avenue on Monday for some ex- hnme for Easter visiting with his paren- Elementary School last week. The in- Education is cooperating with the htry her daughter was ill Malakoff, manager of Lone Star Gas tensive tests. We do hope that they ts, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tarver. cident related to discipline of a student proper authorities handling the in. , COme for a visit Stacy is Company in Monahans, are to be united will find her trouble soon. First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 had at the school and was between the vestigation. r of Mr. and Mrs." Don An- in marriage on Saturday the twenty.fif- ,.l~a and had spent theweek th of April at seven o'clock in the I~M" , , dPl~ p,"' fligh Fergusons while out of evening at the First Baptist church. 501 lnaiagol/co I e watches historic spac, t .eek. Center Street, Arlington. They would tglR us a lovely Easter lily, like for all of their friends to join them .... - ~ ....a ~n.&. -... Veenjoyed all week. in the joyous occasion. _ on Ap_rn o, r?7 .=:,u v,g.~ J.x.- Monday they left driving south From there they drove to Ft. Myers for 1787, the oldest plantation home left in- ,s~er of Monahans and Pot- Sixty seniors of Malakoff High School arove tO'l~,ler to De jomeu Dy Mary Lee around Lake Okeechobee which wasthe night and to visit Thomas Edison's tact in the lower Mississippi Valley. It A~'lington ate supper on went to Dallas last Tuesday for a shop- and BobWileman, sister of Fay, to go to down twelve feet. Florida hasn't gotten winter home, where many of his inven- is undergoing an exacting restoration, ,wm~ Katherine Welch, and ping trip at Preston Center Mall and an see^me~nuttle .take off. ...... rain either and many forests were bur- tions were, then to Sanihel Island. which had been neglected almost too with Mr. and Mrs. J.A.enjoyable meal at "Little Bit 'Oon the way meyvlsi~a the Belling- ned down. They then started toward home and long. They drove then to England Force 'Y returned to their resnec ~. ^_a..n ,, ram t~araens ano me nome of Walter u They spent the night in Bell Glade visited the Shell Factory where we saw Base for the night. Saturday morning, r - -" ~WIb=Ib'IAC * SUndav They had attena,,~ th,, .~,mi-, n,,,m Bellingrath, out of Mobile, Ala Then on and from there to Hollywood, to visit many shells from all over the world, seeing a man get into a car with Texas -m Opal Tanner of Westgiven by the Juniors on Saturday night to Pex~a. cola:Flori..da, tov~itthe. Navy the Hollywood Beach Hotel, whereVic, one valued at $4,000, as only 14 are license they asked, "Where from in suests in the home of their before this joyous trip. The banquet Air ~,tauon where, victor tlew rote on tor trai ,n~l to be a Celestial Navigator known to bave,beenfound. Next was the Texas?" You can imagine ,~eir s.ur, Tanner and Mr and Mrs was held in the HCJC Student llninn PBM S and PBY s during the war. PBM s and PBY s. The own has John Ringling s CA D ZAN (home) and prise to hear him answer Ath,ens, II " " ......................... ' aner over the Easter ..... n,i]d'mo,a ........... in ath,~n, While there Bob and Victor visited, the changed, they reported, but the hotel the Ringling Museum, which brought and was an ex-student of Victor s at ' " t' Lexington Air Craft carrier while the was there andthey recegnized., his room back childhood memories of visits to HCJC in 1951. Then to Tyler, the Rose ,,, The Prowdence Bap mt church held . . . .~_mss of the First Baptist their first Sunday morning service in indies sat and watched ~ men load .t~, on the seventh floor toward the ocean, circuses. They visited the Christmas Garden, "as beautiful a sight as we saw Mltcham taught bv Mrsth~ new church in Ttml "rh~v ~e~ vo~ carrier with food for a trip m sea wire The hotel is now leased to Florida Bible House in Brooksville, textile outlets, anywhere," they said. They left Bob ~X~et on Tuesday af[ernoon ha~n~wit.i~-thisnew'b.--i'ldin"~": ...... ~ 1500 men aboard. It was indeed a sight College until 1963, when it will he retur- and other places of business. They and Mary Lee and got home about 6 - ,-r~ - o. ned to the hotel and he completely drove on past New Orleans to visit p.m. Sunday after a great two weeks In _of Mrs. Vida McBride. Gary, Silisa Carter and children of to see, they reported. ~teen members present to Hugo, Oklahoma visited his parents, .. Fromthere they went to Wakula ~'~ ~ ~.~ ,. "=~ % _=r~hments of cake, tea, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter over the ~p~ngsmvisitthem. rgestspnngon .me refurbished u it was in the "old days." Destrehan Plantation Home built in Florida,. ~aey.Ckies' Those attending Easter holidaVS~o,ob,, torCminent ana sponu me night in an m" I ~s Tynclal, Lewis ano[ ~'V.. ~ ~~''~ I~ ~1 Ramm, Elsie Hines ~.. ona ~v~ "u~,=aa,, c.,,,, ~.,.ti. teresting old lodge built of granite. leant, i%~.othv Hardy' "G.",h-'7=~ ,~'";7,"~ b:=Z.= Then on to Almonte Springs to visit Vic- _ . .... of..a..oth .... s nt .... oo, .. , ...... Alice Cartlid~e holi,ao',s in ,,ath M- ..,a ~... nephew, ~, leh, ZelmaCook Vivlan .... h .... ,....a ~....a ~.. famfly, a retlred Colonel ln the Air For- ( l hey re a trea Stehi,, Claudia Bell, E;~en:Car"te'r" ................ "" co, and from his home to see the a "~ " " ] , Sarah Hallmark, MaryMr and Mrs Walt~r L~wla .laekann Shuttle off, along with the other people ........................ with Blue Passes to get into the parking 1[ s I , I , _ area. The Friday morning failure to IS lnSt [nV U:O aCCeDU: take off was indeed disappointing, hut -" "" "-~' g'- their nephew and family were verY I ~~ PLAYWEAI ii; ? ~.,~ |., ~ 1, , gracious and entertained with Florida Mill I"WsOW'I~;~'~'~r,ws O'W1~1~1~|1d'~O~'1&'~'IF11 hospitality. They drove back to the base "'~"wl I"L (]LJL L~ n I[ 'L 4:1" J[JP' J~P' N I ~L"('l" I"LKPL L early SundaY mrning and enjyed a/ ~~ FOR i- . . aL JL lovely sun rise waiting for take off. ~ray, Superintendent of Texas Education Agency They were within three miles of the ~lic .Schools, announced Parents are also advised that the Shuttle which was illuminated with ,~ . Y 1 m the last day to ac- tuition charged for transfer students in hghts all around it. r aPplicatins fr the 19~I" the Malakff Public Schools is el50 00 "Being with the crwd to feel the I ~Ol~ P?RTY KH / ~r, her year This amount is to b~ ~id silence, then the low "go," and finally ' ~ r - .I * ~-" c t! Pplication is a document the release cry of Go America was ,.: before your child enrolls for the 1981-82 ....... er '~ completed by ~arents -,'hool,,,~=r someming, and men a silent pray ~Other school dmtrmt but For additional mformatmn" " contactthat. .ur. men,, get baek safely was awe ~,mren to attend schn~l in Mr Murray at 489-1152. lnspmng[ they reported. Ystem. Parents who bave ....... ---~ .......... - ' /' ' Fron l,t nnis gstojeana nd situation are advised to " ~ Mdance Office at Malakof I n nvvn r I, & STORAGE the c ,I, collected, coordinate< "/ .t~l obtain this application. [ ~,,~"~.~ s~,~V~~| Ikll Ibm|. __ .pntlw ~.~th~g this form, it is to be I I "( :[or to uear, a breeze :[or Morn " above office or to the I a';;_?i~..mr I ~ .,,.-, m flledonor]~eforeMay 1 | ~|lll~.t~."~'~t of Schools If this ap- I IPlM~.~llllli[llal II ! _1_.._1 ~'~i -~ Estimates without % / fo] )m, shop. Make everyone ! obligation ~er student will be ruled ' 14 74-4 kx'Orclan Hignway 31 ( ,0r girls and b0ys. , --'--- " } GGER i HI ,LTH-TEX for girls 7 to 14 yrs / AFTI !ASTERCLE I[ICE / : ;:if: :i.~~ == / ( ?ALE OF ,o ecome more ...... / let use what N ff ' th We Americans learn early to be independent and self.reliant, d t( use resources we have. But today we're importing oil for nearly a fourth of our 0. crgy needs. This is dangerous because it undermines our economy and threatens r natkmal security. And" it shouldn't be necessary, because we have the world's rgest known energy reserves right here in the United States. co-, We can help make America self-sufficient by using akernative fuels Like uranium. We can stretch our supplies ofoil and natural gas by con- ) Congratulations / / We'll develop nuclear fusion, while making more use of other sources ,-u as solar, biomass and wind. I Little Dribblers ) "e But not today. For the next 25 OII / ars or more the en,,row w," n,,,.a mLlSt U.S. Energy U.S. Energy winning [ me from th'. ..... ,h':'bnnu Resources Consumption / \ We'- - At your electric company,/ ~ ~X T mgmonk anare b.uilding plants to use the energy / { GrNt going|||| sa2 eChnoiogy we have now. At the [ ,,/"etime we're suvvortin develovment tL her sources of energy, so we ,l'have ~x. ......... /I[ '~n Ot ..- ,~, , IlelTi 8S st}n possible. i ' " ~ "~7%J Coal~~ ~[& Nuclear 23% ~'uqer~t | , , utr.er ,~ , ets use what we ve got. ~urces: Resources: Ford H~undauon. 1979 Consumption: l~t.partment of Energy, 1979 This comparison illustrates why Dr. John McKeua, former chairman (g the National IF. XASt VU.~,.I II'.tlT C'(~I~PA~V Energy ~