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12A~e ~k0ff News-ThU~.~a~Y, Z~_ Y=7, I_98_1 The Malakoff Cub Scouts are alive and Coach Tom Landry. Everyone at- boys and family of Pack 352. At this and well and in recent weeks have been tending enjoyed the learning experien- luncheon, preliminary plans will be very busy. One of the dens has had a ce of seeing what other Circle 10 packs made for an end-of-May pack meeting, picnic cookout, a field trip to a nursery and troops are doing and possibly ap- awards ceremony, and pinewood derby and have been treated to a special hot plying the new knowledge to them- race. Also, likely the dates for the next fudge sundae, selves. Some brave souls sampled the bake sale and trip to Six Flags. There The bake sale at Food Fare raised barbecued rattlesnake but most are other summer activities in the over $100 and was more than enough to preferred the hamburgers at Mc- works such as a fishing trip on the lake, take 17 scouts and parents to the annual Donald's. sailboat races, and an overnight cam- Scout Show on April 25 held this year at Temporarily incorporating both dens pout. All Cub Scouts and their families Texas Stadium. Those attending were: into one, (for lack of another den are urged to attend this luncheon and Chris Riddle, Lucky Nelson, Jeff Hill, leader) all Cub Scouts are currently participate in the planning. Chad Flares, Michael Lonon, Kevin recycling aluminumcans and wiU most As previously mentioned, the nor- Mitchell, Sean Lawler, Richard Mit- likely have another hake sale in the really separate dens are currently chell, Joseph Lonon, Jason Riddle, near future. The boys know the hours of combined into one large one with an at- Christopher McClary, Kimberly Mc- picking up cans will be well worth the tendance of 12 boys. It is extremely dif- Clary, and parents, Kay Bickle, Freda planned trip to Six Flags Over Texas. ficult to have a one on one relationship Mitchell, Richard Mitchell, Harry Rid- (Thank you to the parents who helped with each boy and expect them to learn dle and Arline Lonon. drive on Sat., May 2 for the can pick and have fun when the den leader must Several lucky participants in this up). be spread so thin, a spokesman said. A event met, shook hands and got the There will be a Mother's Day fun- second den leader is desperately autographs of Dallas Cowboys Robert cheon on Sat., May 9 at 2 p.m. in the needed to ease this situation. An ideal Newhonse, Tony Dorsett, Danny White elementary school cafeteria for the den has six to eight boys and a healthy competition between dens within the pack is necessary to keep a pack Cross Roads School menu together and growing. MAY 11-15 If you have played host to your child's BREAKFAST friends, you have held a den meeting. Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Fear of the unknown keeps capable Tuesday: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. parents from becoming capable Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. leaders. "The Malakoff Cub Scouts Thursday: Sweet rolls, juice, milk. need your help," the spokesman con- Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. tinued. LUNCH For further information on the lun- Monday: Chili mac, pinto beans, spiced peaches, cornbread, prune spice cake, cheon, can drive, hake sale, future ac- milk. tivities, becoming a den leader or any Tuesday: Spaghetti and meat balls, english peas, tomatoes, cookies, milk. aspect of Cub Scounting, call 432-3830. Wednesday: Lasagna, blackeyed peas, salad, cornbread, fruit, milk. Thursday: Chicken and dumplings, green beans, carrots, crackers, pudding, milk. Friday: Sloppy joes, french fries, pickles, cheese squares, fruit, milk. Malakoff School menu MAY II-15 Monday: Chicken fried steak, whipped potatoes, gravy, jello, rolls, milk. Tuesday: Sloppy joes, purple hull peas, prune cake, tater tots, milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, lettuce, tomato, pickles, french fries, ketchup, pork and beans, peanut butter crisps, milk. Thursday: Submarine sandwiches, lettuce, tomato, pickles, spiced ap- plesauce, milk. Friday: Hot links, whipped potatoes, mixed vegetables, cookies, milk. Kindergarten registration set The Malakoff Elementary School will additional staff member at the begin- go back to a full year-all day kindergar- ning of school next year. To find a ten program for all five-year olds in qualified teacher at that time could be 1981.82. A child must be five before the difficult. SO help the school and help first day of September, present a birth your child by registering now. ce~'tificate and a shot record. If for some reason due to work or Registration for kindergarten will be other circumstances a parent can't any school day during the first three make it to the school, call and at least weeks of May, ending May 24. It is leave the name so we will know how urgent that children be registered. This many to expect and you can come later can eliminate being faced with the with the birth certificate and shot possibility of having to try to find an record. Cross Roads school news Orlando, Fla. in June. Please bring your car and help support the club. Fri., May-Sat., May 16: Freddie Allen will compete in the State Tennis Meet at Austin. Fri., May 15: Sixth grade will have supper at Mrs. Bobby Killpatrick's in Eustace. Wed., May 13: High School Class of the Year Competition winners picnic at TP&L Youth Center in Trinidad. Thurs., May 14: Beta Club is spon- soring a car wash at school at 1:30 p.m. to help raise money to go to the National Beta Club Convention at Here's a ,nan's boot every step of the'way! Rugged, handsome, ready for a rough day's work anytime. Easy on the feet, to(). Stop in , try on Pecos. Dept., Store Cedar Lake Nursing Home Did you kr~ow that we have a talent hymns and she plays them good !" Well, puppet show to be scout in our midst? Well, we do. Lilly we all just had to see if Miss Lilly knew this month. At first we Mitcham is a talent scout. Last week what she was talking about so weuse some records for our~ she came and asked me if I knew that trouped down to Miss Lena's room and we began to practice we had a harmonica player out here. I asked her to play for us. And you know lines, we decided to told her sure I did. Mrs. Dora Pochop what? Miss Lilly was right. Miss Lena Then we discovered plays the harmonica. "No, no, not her," can play the harmonica and she plays it Miss Ida Whitehead can not~ says Miss Lilly. "We have another very well. So we have to give Miss Lilly but she can "emote" at the harmonica player." So I thought and a gold star for discovering Miss Lena's Wait till you hear her thought but I couldn't think of anyone talent. Old Gray Goose else. SO finally I asked her who was our you in tears. Tentatively, other musician. "Miss Lena Miller," Speaking of talent. We do have some presentation is going to be was her triumphant reply. "You should out here. Our Honeybunch Puppetsis birthday party day and' just hear her play. She plays all the old have gone into production for a real to be the entertainment. OOO 51/4% us your fir ;t lnq S O Plus... The Most 502 E. 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