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ZA--The NeW_S.:Thmy:_M _Y3::SS__t by Barry McWilliarns M Ann-dering .c, [ By Ar r /- oun,. ovo I It would appear that some of my She called the store where she had with the store manager at his side. "most embarrasing moments" stories bought the unit and called Mondo who Donna showed them into the shop and are hitting home with others, was out of town again, turned on the non-functionlng unit. The Donna Renteria called the other day. In relating the rest of the story she hot air began to circulate. "I have one for you, Ann," she said. told me that she called the store It really got sticky then. The repair- Several days earlier Amy had been at requesting a repairman for the next man walked over to the unit, turned the Donna's Beauty Shop to have her hair three days regularly, air vent on the front rightdflde up, and the cool air did blow. cut. While we were there one of those Finally, with her patience at an end, It seems that the problem" stemmed afternoon lulls passed over with she told the store manager to either get from the fact that the air vent was threa'tening rain. It became extremely someone over there that could fix the blowing directly on the thermostat of muggy and hot in the shop. unit or have someone there the next day the unit. When the first of the air con- Donna went over to her brand new air with a refund of her money. She was ditioned air would blow it would blow on conditioner that Mondo had installed really tough with them. the weekend before when he was in the thermostat first, convincing the from an out of town Job. She turned it on Meanwhile, she continued to call controls that the unit had done its job and the warm, muggy air began to cir- Mondo long distance to tell him that she and had the entire area as cool as the culate. It continued to circulate the was still suffering in the heat and im- thermostat. whole time we were there that after- plying that his installation job was less Donna, not to be undone by the in. noon and Donna became increasingly than perfect. ,, cident, simply told the repairman and furious as the temperature got hotter Sure enough, true to his third word on store manager that it was dumb to put and hotter, the fourth day, the repairman arrived an gir vent, ca an air cQpditioner had to be turned a special'way. She Web maintaining her dignity. "I nearly died after they left," she confided to me. Hang in there, Donna. Your stories are getting aimost as good as mine. 000 000 sO Ever hear al0out the one that got away? Chances are it landed In the Classifieds... Decause that's the place where rarities ,-in= not so rare and gold mines are vwherel The Classifieds offer an enormous collection of Items, Ideas ancl servlces that you can market for an Incredibly low rate.., and net resultsl O elasslf|ed advert isiQg .......... _,.,=:. : ................... ' ............ ..................................... ;: :!;; .......... ............................................. : .,: ................... : ..... ~]/~ MALAKOFF STUDENTS at the local school in 1911-12 are pictured in this photo that belongs to Alpha Boyette Palestine. Also pictured are three teachers of the school. The photo was made on the east side of the white faced college Street. There are 96 pictured and Mrs. Craddock has 69 identified, if anyone has any informatlO~ ! above picture please contact Alpha Boyette Craddock, 922 N. Link, Palestine, Texas 75801. 10 year______~s ag___oo 20 years ago All involved with Malakoff's The first of the two-night rodeo Distributive Education High School shows, presented by the local Chapter program enjoyed the plush luxury of of the Future Farmers of America for Cedar Lake Country Club Monday the 1961 season, will be presented this night, May 3rd, 1971, as that group evening at the FFA Arena on the north end of the Malakoff High School cam- hosted a lavish dinner party at which annual awards were presented. Cheerleaders have been chosen for the coming 1971-72 school year. Cheerleaders from HCJC were the judges who determined the eight girls who would lead the cheering section for the Malakoff Tigers next season. Those chosen from try-outs performed in the gymnasium with all classes present were: Seniors Pat Hedge and Doris Manning; Juniors Pearlie Trimble and Pam Arthus; Sophomores Phyllis Cox and Donna Bullock and Paul Rhodes; and Freshman Judy Johnson. The Cancer Drive, under the direc- tion of Mrs. W.G. Ferguson, which con- sisted of door-to-door canvassing of residential sections of the city by about 24 ladies on Thursday, April 27, netted $50e. 8. pus. Barbara Jo Robertson, Malakoff young.lady .of fourteen, raced to a vic- tory Saturday night, April 29th, at the annual Eustace Rodeo to win first place in the barrel races. Her time was 20.4 seconds. Awards will be presented to some of the outstanding students of Malakoff High School Thursday, May 11th, in the High School Auditorium at 10 a.m. The awards to be presented to both boys and girls are: Citizenship and Most Athletic. Academic awards will be given in Agriculture, Band, English, Homemaking, Math, Science, Shor- thand, Social Science and Typing. 30 years ago Thieves broke into the Tiger Inn Malakoff FFA'ers will host their annual Rodeo this weekend. The Malakoff FFA Rodeo has quite a history behind it. It was the first FFA Rodeo ever to be held in Texas. It is a tradition in Malakoff that grows bigger and better each year. The tradition is supported not only by the FFA members and their sponsors, the school and contestants, but also by a wide again Thursday night haul of approximately to Mrs. Ruby second burglary m a R.E. Skiles, who response to the on quarters for the local been awarded the ten year lease on the building A nursery school for ween the ages of years will be held this of the Malakoff homemaking classes, it by homemaking teacher, Skeen. 40 years ago Miss Ouida Owen will torian of the Malakoff Class of '41 with an Salutatorian honors go Thomas with behind ~ire Miss Arlene 92.53 ~ The years work only as all . were burned in the fire last Construction work was this week on the highway in tment of Dr. P.T. house the Kilman hospital will contain a two offices, room, laboratory, drug chert, and two bedrooms. Communication from received here Monday Truelove, whose selection of the local population, master We urge each of you to make an effort to attend if not all, a part recently confirmed by the of the rodeo. It will be worth you time and effort, would assume his duties Support the FFA, the Rodeo and a fine tradition. 1941. He will be checked in Ann Rounsavall of the business day 50 years ago Mr. E.L. Stewart, Jackson's Garage was of first place in the contest sponsored by Motor Company at A nesday afternoon. The ] first place was $5.00 Stewart used his own car, Ford Roadster, and cove of 35.9 miles on a sin Magnolia Ethel gasoline. To the V i,,I), Malakoff. TeS' Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Name Address City New Address: Name Address State Zip City State Zip Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. 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