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Th e.MalakoffNe_ws, Th__urs_daY,- .May 21,1_98!_-~A ..... "!] ;!i cross u~ me r ~rst oapust monthly party and the home of Mrs. Zeima Cabin Estates at 2 p.m. on devotional was given by Sybli Rogers is" the but she was unable r the meeting were: Truda Rampy, Elsie Hines, )er, Hazel Seargeant, J. Johnson, Giadys Welch, Alice Car- Mary Stehig and They all had a mar- ~ms, who bad eye surgery who bad Dallas, both for to be recovering finally returned to think Buddy every you. School will be begin- Preparation Day fat from the age of 4 to attend. Regular on Monday, June until 12 each day through will be held on in the Lion's Den on south. Friends and by the families of s and Mrs. Lula first for Joe Stan- Mr. and Mrs. Tim t came over to ,WlItI~KOII last r rmay anu entered the Malakoff Rodeo parade here. While visiting in the home of the Joe Stan- field's, they suggested that Joe come to Palestine on Monday and enter the An- derson County Fair Parade, which Joe did much to the chagrin of Tim. Tim had been Best Dressed Horseman for the past two years and carted home the trophy of a big horse in this event. This year Joe dressed all in blue with his horse in the same color received the big gold trophy which read "Best Dressed Horseman and Horse, Anderson County Fair, 1981." How about Ybat ! Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Barfoot of Pasadena visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanfield on Mother's Day. The ladies were taken out for a treat at lunch. They enjoyed it very much. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Bangs last week were his sister and her new husband, Mr. and Mrs. (Sarah) Lou Wilkie of Sterling, Kansas. J.S. Hinton, St., who was in the Cedar Lake Nursing Home here, passed away on Saturday. He was taken to his for- mer home in Illinois for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond motored to Tatum on Friday to pick up Mrs. Roger Almond and her three children and returned home so they could spend the weekend with them. Roger joined them on Sunday and they all returned to their home. Mrs. Dotty Dlckerson passed away in a nursing home in Denton on Sunday. Mrs. Dickerson will be remembered by her friends as the former Dotty Rid- dlesperger, of this area. Her funeral was held at Paschal Funeral Home here on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Jess Humphries is spending this week visiting in Huntsville with her son and family, the Jack Humphrles. Debbie and David Reese spent the weekend in Malakoff with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. James Cheatham and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reese and grandmother, Mrs. Leroy Kirby. On Mother's Day, Mrs. Kirby had her daughter, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton, of Arlington visiting her. The David Reeses are also from Arlington. Debble Reese made the service at the First Baptist Church much more en- joyable on Sunday by rendering special music in the song service where her daddy is pastor. Mrs. Evelyn Drake and daughter, Frances Johnson and granddaughter, Lisa, went over to Trinidad Encam- pment on Monday afternoon to visit with another daughter, Carolyn Drake. Carolyn, along with a number of other people, were brought down to Trinidad for some recreational fun from the TerreU State Hospital. While there they will have lessons in crafts and general camp outing. They returned to Terrell on Wednesday. Lisa Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson, started a new career this week. She is employed by the Gould Insurance Agency in Athens with her mother, Frances. Mrs. L.J. Scholl visited with her sister, Mrs. R.L. Wlliford, in Athens on Thursday. SUNSHINE MAN," a musical presentation, was performed by members of the fifth grade class at School Thursday night. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) .... i ........ oR 0r ' Q hp) i, 265 eng hp) I 375 any hp) I i REBATE |FINANCE CHARGES $300 $400 $500 $400 $800 $1.300 Until October l, 198l $600 $750 Untd October I, 1981 $950 $2,000 AND WAIVER OF FINANCE CHANGES Grain: Until August L 198X Corn/Beon, Until Septembe, 1, 1981 OR WAIVER OF FINANCE CHARGES 'This summer's top story is the big rebates from Massey-Ferguson -- just when you need 'em most. Purchase one of the new MF models listed and you can get from $300 to $4,300 back from MF. And here's more news. Waiver of finance charges are also available when you finance with Massey. Today, that's good news. Get the full scoop from us soon. Until Seplember 1, ]98l IVbm W r-er u mn good for a limited time only and some units. 103N. 7th St. Corsicana 874-3601 Polly Walker .... 489-1484 | Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 bad good services Sunday with the Junior Annual Day. The pastor, the Rev. Ronald Anglln, brought the 3 p.m. message and also brought with him his choir from Good Street Baptist Church in Dallas. Mrs. Lena Mitchell was rushed to Henderson County Memorial Hospital Saturday night after she suffered a stroke. She is in intensive care although reported to be slightly improved. All of her family has been here. Judge and Mrs. Leo Orr's daughter and two children from Los Angeles is still here visiting with her parents. It is the first trip for the youngest baby. Antioch Baptist Church BTU had their annual Sunday at 3 p.m. They reported a fine time. Among the sick is Albert Patrick who is reported to be some better; Artic Johnson who is hospitalized; Mrs. Tommle Bomans who has been hospitalized in Corsicana but is at home and improving; Sammie Tarver who has been ill but is improving; and Carl Anderson who has suffered a broken ankle. Savings Bond sales reported December sales of Series EE and HH United States Savings Bonds in Hen- derson County were reported today by County Bond Chairman Pat Neili to be $7,579. Sales for the first twelve month period totaled $116,317 for 73% of the 1980 goal of $160,000. Dance scheduled An after graduation dance honoring Malakoff High School Seniors of '81 will be held in the meeting room of VFW Post 4133 in Trinidad. The dance will be held Friday, May 29. Malakoff School menu LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL: MAY 25-28 Monday-Thursday: Manager's special. TOMMY DAVIS JR.-Among the 528 graduating seniors of Mesquite High School will be Tommy Davis Jr., son of Tom and Jill (Souza) Davis. The graduation will be held at Reunion Arena in Dallas on May 25th at 6:00 p.m. Tommy's grandparents are Grace Souza of Malakoff and Ed Souza. ( Courtesy photo) Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Scholl on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louis Dodson of Marietta, Georgia, and his father, Curren Dodson of Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carson bad as guests over the weekend, her mother, Mrs. Voglesan, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Carson of Tatum and Barry Carson of Nacogdoches. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Callaway and J6ffrey and Rendi visited last week /with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.D. /" Callaway and Cindy of Gonzales, LoUisiana. While there Larry did some fishing and they also toured several an- tebellum homes. R. D. Osborn of Malakoff has been accepted into membership of the American Hereford Association, ac- cording to an announcement by H. H. Dlckenson, Executive Vice President of AHA. The American Hereford Association, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, is the world's largest beef breed registry organization, having en- tered more than 17 million head into the records since it was founded in 1881. Mrs. Eva HaHn reports that First GRADUATION GIFTS Tops, shirts or blouses ................................ $4.98 to $9.95 Mimes shorts .......... $3.98-$4.98Sets .................... $9.95 Billfolds ........... $2.98 to $6.50 Bags ................ $4.98 & up Mimes gold belts ........... $4.98 Jewelry ........... $2.98 to $12.50 Brut33, Old Spice, Coty, Tabu, Charlie colognes. S & H Green Stamps Malakoff Lay-Aways 110 E. Mitcham, Malakoff 489-1292 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE TIRES & TUBES MONDAY-FRIDAY OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY TIME IS RUNNING OUT! JUST TWO WEEKS LEFT TO ORDER MOST '81 MODELS. GMAC INTEREST RATE IS WELL BELOW PRIME AND BANK LENDING RATES. STOP BY AND SEE AN 181 Olds, Buick Pontiac or GMC TODAY. WE'LL HELP YOU GET IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT. Where service after the sale is as important as the sale itself. Hwy. 31 E: Athens 675-8581