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Page I0- NEWS- BANNER- May 6, 1976 % Anderson, George Wrregh, Earl Cude, Buddy Thomp- son, Billy Smith, ,Iullce Tiner, Jinnie Evens, Sherwin Rogers, Raymond Owens, O.H. Franks, Lester Harvell, David Miller, Larkin Robin. son, David Tiner, Richard Pierce, Chester Cude, Ther- rell Woods, Emory Tanner, Clinton Vandergriff, Royal Derden, John W. Sides, Oscar Phillips, James Pide- nour, Ray Dollar, Billie G. Payne, Fernando Pedro Vid- al, Frances L: Jackson, Jack Mitchell, James L. School, J.D. Thomas, Dana Kilgore, Waymon Johnson, Joe Faulk, Dean Frizzel, Pauline Buckner, Irma Slaughter, Margret White, Hazel Day, Thelma Knight, Francis Ridenour, Helen Need, Mary Marvell, Helen Leopard, Vally Lee Taylor, Margie L. 1937 CLASS -- Mrs. D. R. Pulley, the former Glenn Cude of Malakoff, now a Terrell resident, brought in this old photo of the student body at Malakoff High School dated March 30, 1937. It belongs to Elwood Cude, another former resi- dent, now residing in Hou- eton. A partial  of people in the photo includes E.L.X. Jackson, Earl Dollar, Doris Mitchell, Winnie M. Bay- lous, David Dodd, Loyd Laney, Ben Willis, Sonny Ridemour,, J.W. Deas, Har- vey D. Bradley, Mutt Reece, Bill Day, Payton Graham, Jerry McFarland, Weldon Rogers, Elwood Cude, Ed- ward Pierce, Harold Pierce, Jerry Wilson, J.L. Worthan, Pete Hoskins, Clinton McGregor, Raymond Gra- ham, Ed Robertson, Willard REVIVALISTS-- Rev. 9-16 at First Baptist Church James Cheatham, left, of Malakoff, with services 11 pastor, and Rocky Wheat of a.m. and 7 p.m. on both Garland will be the prlnci- Sundays and at 7:30 p.m. ,: pals in revival services May Monday through Saturday. Debbie Valdez Weds Robert Foote Mrs. Jane Valdez of Gar- land has announced the marriage of her daughter, Debbie, to Robert Foote of Garland, formerly of Mala- koff. The wedding was Friday night, April 30, at 7:30 p.m in Orchard Hills Baptist Chapel in Garland. Rev. Steve Holcombe, husband of Robert's twin sister, Susan, performed the ceremony. The couple will make their home in Garland. Marking Of Dangerous Sandbars Is Discussed Nursing Home Week Here May 9-15 Residents of local nursing homes will be honored during nursing home week, May 9-15. The observance is spon- sored by Texas Nursing will be honored. On Monday, May 10, volunteers and employes will be honored. There will be a showing of arts and crafts. Tuesday, May 11, grand- children will be honored. Brooks; Food Service Super- visor Esther Ruth Abbe; House Keeping Dept. Beulah Avant; and Activ- ities Director Berna Dean Gaines. Guest speaker will be Jerry Hinkle of Malakoff. bare the financial burden. He added that he was sure the l Tarrant County Water  Board would give its per- mission to such a project. The possibility of marking the obstructions where they would be clearly visible regardless of water condi- tions arose during a presen, ration being made by the auxiliary commander. Lowery said that the project would entail very little cost if kept simple. The possibility of marking potentially dangerous sand- bars and tree stumps on ar Creek Lake was dis- cussed during the monthly : meeting of the Seven Points i: Businessman's Association held last Friday at the  Roundtable Restaurant. Comrnander Stu Lowery of Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 5-14 told the group that his unit would have the manpower for such a project if they would be willing to i Patan, Buena Vista Evens, Norms Orrek, Ruth Neal, Martha Carson, Imogene Patric, Doris Mathews, Mer- ry B. Day, Corene Tanner, Velma Tanner, Reba J. Powell, Emma Watson, Sal- lie McGuire, Ruth Paton, Elms F. Roberts, Robbie M. Anderson, Fern Vandigriff, Erline Smith, Jay Bradlev. Helen J. Johns. Lessic Lee Rogers, Bertha More, Ruby Cude, Lois MeFarland, Azie Lee Chancy, Theresa Wil- banks, Vanice Broyls, Mary L. Tidmore, Martha Beard, lnez Tanner, Maxine Reece, Deene Tanner, Estel Sparks, Inez Buckner, Ruth Garrett, Laverne Godwin, Nadine Donelly, and Mints White- ner. A number of names written on the backand front of the picture were no longer legible. Honor For Trustees The Malakoff ISD Board of Trustees received a certificate of special' recognition at the Regional School Board Workshop held at East Texas State University Thursday, April 21, for having a majority of its members in attendance. Representing the Malakoff School Board at the work- shop were: Ben Woolverton, Jimmy Mattingly, Eddie Grimes, Joe Cox, and Supt. Jack Murray: Home Association whose official hostess is newspaper Wednesday, May 12, hon- Friday, May 14, honors columnis'[ "Heloise" who ors all visitors. Guest Girl and Boy Scouts. (Gen- lives at San Antonio. speaker will be Father Jan eration gap.) There will be In joining the program Stasney from Athens. entertainment and refresh- Charlene Abbe, administra- Thursday, May 13, is ments served for every one tar of Cedar Lake Nursing Career Day, honoring owner from the hours of 10 a.m. Home announced an open Douglas Humble, Jr.; Char- through 5 p.m. house on Mothers Day, May lene Abbe, Administrator; All friends are invited to 9. This year's theme is Director of Nurses Shirley attend the week's activities. "Texas Nursing Homes-- nicer than you think." "This is an all-out effort by our profession to get the community to take time for a visit and a close look into the operation of today's nursing homes," said Mrs. Abbe.  "We can and do provide for every need of our residents , except one-- we cannot show them that the com- .,, munity cares about them. Their feeling of remoteness from the mainstream of community life can be re- lieved only by new, outside visitors and this week gives ,, everyone a chance to show ". MOTHERS DAY Cologne Sets *6" Windsong, Intimate, Coty, Chanel Brooches, Earrings, Necklace Billfolds *2  Handbags 4" to 10" Gowns s59s Dusters Smith Drug & S & H Stamps Yams that the people in this community care about their ii , 1 b. neighbors in nursing :i homes." Sundav, May 9, Mothers I Day, all mothers, especially Kraft l "" ' the oldest, youngest, and the BQS c i resident who has lived at the Bar au_e  .............. Avanti Society Pork & Beans... ii ..................... Meeting Set 2lb. : There will be a general French Fles ........... .'i.'i iiil.'iiiiiiiiil membership meeting of the Avanti Society on Thursday Sh g night, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Lions Club Hall on ortenm Market Street in Mabank. : ...... Volunteers for the "behind- the-scenes" work at our Fresh California production of "1776" are needed. The production is scheduled for July. Every- one is invited to attend this White meeting. Memberships are Onions 3/88 available for $5. pts, New Appointee Keeping track of insect populations, especially those b. Ideal Strawberry that are economically impor- Lant to Texas agriculture, Shortca will be the job of John A Jackman who has been Heinz 1 Monte appointed to the position of survey entomologist for the Catsup Corn 4/$1 Texas Agricultural Exten- I I sion Service.  / --.. 3/sl L- .= Racon Star Kist Sugary Sams c Tuna Yams Bacon . 99 rhe HOME OWNER 53 Who Never Has CHECKED The RE- PLACEMENT VALUE Of His PORPERTY, RISKS SERIOUS LOSS...CALL US BE- FORE IT'S TOO LATE! i i m TH for YOUR SUPPORT Cool Whip ........................... ..... 65 ]Fryers  AR c . .. .................................................................. .-wv b. ai  n J can I H 3 lb. $ff59 Round Steak ............................ ............ Ground Mem...200:2 ................... 7%. Calf Liver ................ 5500b. Pork Chop ........... Cedar Farm Wieners 17 .69 Beef Ribs 59 , lb. FRED HED My family and I deeply appreciate and gratefully acknowledge the fine support given us by the people of Malakoff, Mabank, and Henderson County. In the days and years to come, we will always do our very best to{ uphold and justify your trust and confidence. Representative Pal. ,Jv Paid foe by Fred H, I, . Athm't. Taxal PHILLIPS FOODS PHONE489-0514 .'203 [IWY. 31, E,ar PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU mmmll