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, Polly Walker-- ;One Scholl spent the past neapolis, Minnesota. Enrou{e homeHouston. with their daughter, they spent Wednesday and ThursdayJ.D. (Red) Waller returned home husband, Steve Prest- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.J. last week after attending his class' 50th seeing the sights in Min- 8choll before returning to their home in reunion at Texas Tech in Lubbock. GRADE CLASS at Malakoff Elementary School visited the Malakoff Public Library last Thursday. The visit is the first graders are given the opportunity to become acquainted with the library and what it has to of- Walked the distance from their classroom to the library. Kay Royall of Friends of the Library was there to stories. They also watched a film. They were served refreshments after the film by the Library Frlen- are Michael Wakefield, Marsha Blackmon, Darlene Black,on and Debra Calhoun. (Staff Photo by Lori Waller reported that he received a 50- year diploma etched with gold. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Morrison and son, DeWayne and daughter, Lorraine of Garland and son, Dale Richard Morrlson and his wife and baby, Cour- tney, visited with Mrs. Norene Foster over the weekend. Courtney is 2 mow ths old and this was her very first visit to her great grandmother's home. It was a special treat for Norene. Cour- tney and her parents live in Abflene. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patton and daughter, Rachel of Dallas and Sharon Hoskins of Trinidad spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hosklos. Pete was ill all of last week. We do hope that he is improved by now. SonJa Baker spent the past several days in Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens. She has been released and is ready to begin work on the reunion of Malakoff High graduates of 1971. They do not have all of the graduates' addresses. If you are a 1971 graduate or know of one please contact SonJa Baker at the Tidmore Apts., in Malakoff or call 489-0168 or write Ann Andrews, Box 624, Athens, or call Ann at 675-1732. They want to plan the reunion to be held in June of 1981, which is just around the corner. So hurry and get your name in the pot. Charles Foster of Monahans and Pot. sy Foster of Arlington met Mr. and Mrs. Steve Foster and children of Houston in Malakoff at Foster's Ranch for a Labor Day weekend. They also visited with Mrs. Norene Morrlson and her children. Mrs. Elsie Hines and Mrs. Edna Foote were in Garland on Monday at- ass son of the Rev. and the I Dare You Committee of St. Louis, to 198i National Jamboree in A.P. Hill, and brother of Me. 1979. Virginia. Dennis Can- Also, the outstanding chemistryCommunity- Recognized by the State of Malakoffhas student award 1979; outstandingof Texas Department of Human salutatorian of his geometry student award 1979; outstan- Resources as an outstanding volunteer Augustine High ding biology student award 1979; out- for 135 hours spent in service; "1981 student at standing soloist award 1980; vice Outstanding Youth of San Augustine president of the student council 1980; County" by S.A. Chamber of Commer- raeraber of the National senior class chaplain, first division many other ac- marching contest 1979; second division school and outsidemarching contest 1978; first division NHS for 1979 and concert and sight reading 1977; second co-champions in division concert and sight reading 1979; letter,an in outstanding 3A band S.F.A. Home- of the band in coming Parade 1979; U.I.L. Ready division state solo Writing 1979; U.I.L. Prose (piano) 1979; second reading 1978, 79 and 80; outstanding solo and ensemble bookkeeping student 1979 and 1980; solo voted Most Likely to Succeed, Male of first division 1981 graduating class, John Phillip ensemble (trumpet)Souza Award, 1981; outstanding gover- regional solo and an- n,eat student, 1981. sextet) 1979; first Camp - Camp Tahuaya Scout Camp, solo and ensemble staff 1978; Allowar Sakima Order of I Dare You Award Arrow Tapout ceremony 1978; Brown- representative of the Heart-O-Texas Council at the Report to the State February 1978 (chosen from among 5,000 scouts); Eagle Scout 1980 - rest of life; brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow 1978. Church - God and Country 1977; ce. president of United Methodist Youth Scout Troop - assistant patrol leader Fellowship (two locations) 1976-80; 1975; patrol leader 1975; bugler 1975; president of high school and graduate librarian 1977 and 1978; scribe 1975-78; Sunday School Class 1980 and board quartermaster 1977 and 1978; assistant member 1977-80. senior patrol leader 1977 and 1978; senior patrol leader 1978-80; junior He plans to attend Lon Morris Junior assistant scoutmaster 1.980; official College. .it The Malakoff News, Thursday, May 28, 1981--3A t F-rom e g:hts-and exper-iences that ! ---- 489-1484 tending to business and visiting with friends and relatives. Randy Welborn, assistant manager of Basil's Department Store for the past several years, left his place of em- ployment last Wednesday to be tran- sferred to the McKinney store. Randy was sent on his way with a farewell par- ty and a gift of a Cross pen. We do wish the Welbern's success in their new ad- venture. Mrs. Welborn has just recently finished a course in nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Scrimshire and children spent the weekend in Ar- deers, Okla. visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Eagan. Linda says it is marvelous to see her parents more. They have been in West Texas and it took about eight hours to see them. Now in Oklahoma it takes only about three. Gala Brock attended the Memorial Services at Judson over the past weekend. Vollle Robertson had a pace maker put in last week at Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens. He seems to be much improved. Mrs. G. V. Walker and Mrs. Lueille Almond visited in the home of Mrs. Denver Lancaster in Kerens on Tuesday. While there news was received of the death of Glands, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lan- caster of that city. Glendn underwent several operations in Victoria, and met her demise in a Dallas hospital. Sym- pathy goes out to this family in the loss of a loved one. Glendn left two small children. One about five years old and one about 11 months old. We noticed that Carl Anderson was sitting beside his home with a cast on his leg. We didn't have time to stop and see what had happened. Later we tried to contact him, but we failed to find out the circumstances under which the cast had to be administered. We do hope that he is soon able to walk without it again. Mrs. Annie Pope Gllreath and Wandn Alvls have returned from a marvelous nine day trip to Holland, Michigan. 226 N.Terff Miss Annie Popewas relating it probably is worth anyone's time and ef- fort. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Lancaster of Kerens and Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lan- caster of Michael's Cove spent the past weekend in Bosier City, La. Mr. and Mrs.Joe Flnk of Pasadena and Joyce Russell of Red,on, Or.~{~on, have been at the bedside of tl'tiz" mother, Mrs. Roxle Robertson, for the past several days. Mrs. Robertson is a patient at Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Corsicans and is much im- proved from a broken hip and shoulder. Mrs. Jewel Thompson and daughter, Janet, of Athens, left early last week to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dunn of Tulsa, Okla. One of the highlights of the trip was attending the graduation of Jewel's grandson, Mark, from Jinks High School. Mrs. Jimmy Blakeney of Trinidad was shopping in Malakoff Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and daughter, Stacy, ate dinner Sunday with the G. V. Walker's and then motored to Arlington in the afternoon. U II I I I1,1 Illl~ Tom Parker, D.D.S. Dent;tt~ performed by lace.rod, experienced dentist who it concerned about you and your dental health. We want you to be completely pleated with both the treatment and the rmultL Services Only $22S eack Chddr~n't dent.troy CsI~ and cro~#--- Orthodomict i~k--- from $1~} to $2"7r0 otte l'~C@ to ~,rt~hldwt your' Ct/IItJt - UNtt~ may vary f~ |200 from $1~ to $1 "0 t~, $[500 t~pt~,,d,ni on Lb. l.pat items difficulty of (he #~e. Pet'iodontlt[ (l~m} We c~[f@t the ('aemot, tylm ~revent~ve rife L ,urllery of brIC. fat both chddren oemetic dentmtry Iod Idul*t Quality deatittry it affordable prices. Consult um for a ascend oplnto. on ~our dental treat.soL We throb you will be II*d y~t ,lid. Our aim is to provklk, te~hoie4d, highly 0ompotent treatment Im a way that so gentle, comfortable, and rolazlaS for you sa poeathle. Make on appointment for free visual txam and estimate. Seven Points Office (214) 432-270l Garland Office (214) 271-1581 Quinlan Office (214) 356-3572 .j i Malakoff Insurance Agency Life . Home . Bonds . Auto , Commercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON 489.0512 by sea 22, staff 1978; assistant scoutmaster II m"-I'HRU MA' I rEJ.'?! 1 /% It0 EXTRA CHARGE FOR CUSTOM MIXED COLORS ...__ [ to,, REG. $14.39 I HOUSE PAINT SPECIAL / EXTER?R /1/6 o,~,, ~';~:N, ~-~ lnttrLiEr tex WITH WATER. ~,,~ .... Lo,,~ DRIES IN 20 MINUTES. WAtt PAIN (~) Semi-Gloss Latex Enamel REG. $15.50 SPECIAL QUALITY PAINT SINCE 1928 489-0890 Malakoff OFF gel, PHoos * Playtex Cross Your Heart Je Health-Tex For Boys and Girls Sizes 6 rnos.-14 yrs. Reg. price $3 to $16. Select Group Nationally Advertised. Reg. $17 to $25. OFF Select Group Dark Shades Off Reg. Prioes Ends June 13th Dept. Store MALAKOFF