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2A--The Malakeff News, 1 m y, June 2, 1983 by Barry School is out M cWilliam s Y by ann rounSeVJ They remind me somewhat of a pack of wild dogs, that group of 13-year-old boys. Where you see one, you see the others. Since two days prior to the official close of school they have spent their time together camping, cooking, riding bikes, playing baseball and oc- casionally, upon mother demands, showering. We, the parents, see them only oc- casionally. They come home for ad- ditional supplies, for a change of clothes or for their baseball gloves. They split up when they have to .... when one group has ball practice or a game while the other group doesn't. Once-in-a-while one will have to mow a yard which seperates them only briefly. They all ride different types of bikes, but if you catch a glimpse of them in passing they are all capable of handling the shortcuts they have devised through pastures. We, the parents, controlled them long enough Sunday morning to get them to Sunday School and Church. They showered, changed clothes, had their Sunday School lesson and sang a special song for worship services. Following lunch, which was quickly q consumed, the teresting to observe. One the house, two others will out in the yard while still up on the road. We, the parents, are not they are all of the time. We however, that they are closely knit group. Our responsibility this would appear, will be to the camp fire, insect clean baseball uniforms twice~ It is, you see, the summer d year-old-boy. 50 Years Ago 30 Years Ago Raymond Reese, Bill Eunice Stogner, Joe I The commencement exercises for the The Malakoff team entry captured Shepherd. graduates of the Malakoff High School first place in the weekend rodeo show were held in the high school auditorium contests sponsored by the local FFA 10 Years Ago Wednesday evening. The Salutatory chapter here on Friday and Saturday address was given by Erma Berryhill nights. Woodhouse won second place Miss Vicki Hoskins and Syble Reese gave the Valedictory and Cayuga and Palestine tied for Malakoff as Duchess in address, third. Black-Eyed Pea Festival A comedy-drama in three acts, en- Kay and Bill Kirby, sons of Mr. and Athens in August. Miss titled "He's My Pal", will be presented Mrs. Carney Kirby, took part Monday by the Chamber of tonight at the Brown School House us- evening in the Annual Kiddie Show, as representative for the der the auspices of the Mankin Sunday presented by the Jewell Walker Studio events related to the School. The play will begin at 8 p.m. in Corsicans. The show was presented Malakoff High School with the proceeds going to benefit the in the Corsicans High SchoolThompson, Johnny Sunday School classes, auditorium, err brought more week the State Solo and 40 Years Ago 20 Years Ago held in Austin. at play.... There are things to do.... Sergeant Weldon E. Rogers, son of In the Elementary School graduation Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rogers of Malakoff, ceremonies, Miss Pauia Kay Rogers 5 Years Ago was listed among the survivors of a for- and Miss Jeri Fowler were named the ced Army Airplane landing Monday in honor students of the year. Rogers, Malakoff trustees Kingston, Jamacia, B.W.I. according to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoyathletic director after a news dispatch by the Associated Rogers, finished with a 94.64 average resignation of John Press. and Fowler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. night. Hudson took the The Malakoff sewing room, which Maynard Fowler, had a 94.06. ch has been operating in the old Kilman The Malakoff Riding Club met Hospital building under the auspices of Tuesday evening to elect officers, submitted his the Malakoff Women's Club, has been Those re-elected were Gordon Stogner, council in a meeting forced to discontinue operation until af- president; Neal Lawson, secretary and Wilson has accepted ter July 1st on account of shortages in Mrs. Edd Henderson and Ralph Carter, tain with the Denver Cit necessary materials, directors. New officers elected were Department. places to go 00.0 Keep up with It all with The per year h Henderson and adjoining Box 509 Malakoff, Texas Nont~t~ P.O. To the Editor: The family of Keelan Ramsey, 1, would like to thank everyone for the help we received in getting care for our child and grandchild at the burn center in Galveston. Special thanks are extended to the Mason's and Shriners of this area for the help we received in learning about the center. Also, for Dr. Sawtell who Don't lose safety sight Don't lose sight of safety when you're gardening or mowing your lawn. Rocks, sticks or other debris thrown from mowers present a serious threat to the eye. The National Society to Prevent Blindness, now celebrating its 75th anniversary, urges wearing goggles--which are llght-weight and inexpensive-when using mowers and other power tool equipment. TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION gave his time in finding out about sen- ding Keelan there. We urge all citizens to support these organizations in any way possible. The men are great people and are the wives also, who work with them. They are doing a fantastic job in helping support the centers for cripple children and for the many burn patients who get help at PUBLIC NOTIC[ The Cam~/nn Wa~ Supply Cmlmation purpm48 to cN- tinue smtn8 an mo within the confines of Henderson' County with ~ w/W. T~ C0qmltlen is seddq Published Continuously Since 1912 The Malakoff News Publisher ..................................................... Dan Dweile Business Manager ............................................. Tom Finley Editor .................................................... Ann Rounsavail Assistant to the Editor ....................................... Lorl Callaway Sports Editor ............................................... Benny Rogers Advertising Representative ................................... Dawn Lundy The MalakoCf News (~700 is published weekly by Community Information Center, Inc., at Malakc/f, Tx., post otfice address being P. O. Box 500, Malakoff, 'Ix. 7514& SubscrlpUoa rates: M.50 per yenr in Henderson County ($6.50 for senior citizem); $6.50 per year in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in cen- Unental United States. Sncond