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May 26, 1983

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2A--The Malakoft News, ThurKlay, May M, 1983 THE FOgTUNE COCT IES COVAE THE o6OA , WHAT'YA THINK YOUR FIELD WILL MULllPLY YOUR FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS LIKE'THE INTERESTON YOUR ARE AS SECURE FARM LC NS, ,, AS TIE HAIRS ON YOUR HEAD,,, srAY "n- E COURSE,,, I N I A quick look at a recent shopping list There will be a need for base ~nplres confirmed what I knew was true .... at each game, there will be a need for it's almost time for Little League someone to arrive at the field early to baseball senson to begin, rake, water and lime the baselines, It was easy to see. There were lawn there will be a need for autos to help chairs listed, necessary for seating at transport players from town to town most Little League fields; there was in- and there will be anemi for someone to sect repellant listed, a necessity for work in the concession stand to help early summer games; there were plastic glasses with lids listed, as those are needed to take along a glass of iced tea on the hot summer evenings. A small group of parents in most area towns have been working for several months to prepare for this upcoming Little League season. There have been fund-raising events held, uniforms have been ordered, children have been con- !acted and dues have been collected. Those of you who have not been in- . volved in the preparations need to take a close look at what is going on around you. You need to look, because as soon as the season is underway there will be a need for addit!nnal ~ ~ Imr,,nt-. fund the entire operation. If you have a child that participates you must realize the expense the league faces each year. That small fee that you pay at the beginning of the season would not pay for enough balls for the summer, let alone uniforms, bats, bases, field repair, umpire fees and other equipment necessary to the game. What it comes down to is the operation of a concession stand to pull the league financially through the season. Coaches of the team spend many wilb in an to provide them with a They work to teach sportsmanship. Children look forward tic!pat!on to each scheduled. Baseball !ant part of selves as a energy of the young. It is a good one that requires parents. If you haven't done so on the list to work in stand one evening. know that you will do your part to a little better for them. A little responsibility I parenthood, even in Baseball. The coaches will try fundamentals of the ~e.to teach them 7'~" .. : ,~ .... "~ " . ~, ,~ ~,'~" ...... .. '~C ,, .... :, THE WAY WE WERE--The Muiakoff High 8honl "Class of 'S~" 111 shown here a few their fourth grade year. A quick Ionk shows that most of thls year's graduating class (FUe photo) - , years back after track have chart ;+ ~L ? ~,'% ........... ,,: , .......... -William J. A er I II Dear Editor: young man at the convenience store I am writing to you in hope that you helped us locate Buddy Thomplon of will convey our thanks to lots of friendly the AMC dealership, who gave us a lift citizens of Malakoff who helped two to the garage a~d let us make numerous strangers last Sunday. long distance calls from there to make You see, my husband and I were on arrangements for transportation since our way from our home near we had to leave our car behind. Gladewater, about 75 miles from While we were waiting, we spent Malakoff, to pick up our daughter and about five hours at the Dairy Queen her belongings at Baylor University in Waco, and bring her home for the summer. Just as we approached a red light near a small convenience store- gas station, our engine gave up. A Sun- day is a bad day for car troubles, but a .... ,~Matakoff, where Se Coffee ups We eventually we won't forget who went out of their waY made it safely, t Please help us convey our Mrs. The Veterans Adminlstration will open the nation's newest national cemetery at QuanUco, Vs., in 1983. Burial Is open ~lu~ ....... h r ed ""-"'""" op~tlonh~mh~o(sooo~cea u) any ve[eran wno uas ~een (use a g ........... n ~u, cam~ mm ~pl~ r.l~muum inUl~ u I~- ~Ul~ ~lqu~/Ii Cudynn W~ from the service under other tha ........... d "' " or "" -Itlons uM~ m~mq u mm mum um mmm Judulktkm. msnon !me con(, . ~i,~ ~ ~ u~t~. The ~ is Published Contlnuonlly I .~I~ ~ ~i is m U~ ~il~ ~mlmmiy 1 mi~ The mw~m a n,..,--.,---,,- The Malakoff News | Publisher. ..... ........... .............................. . ..... DanDwell~ I Mlpl ltdq ibllilld Iml~ I Business Manager ............................................. 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