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Page Four THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, June 5, 1970 Malakoff, Texas Cedar Lake Fishing Report bourn of fisherman&apos;s Wharf and mother of the two, said she worded the whole time they were gone because th water was so choppy. When the two returned, the look of elation on their faces was proof of their luck, and made Ricky sorry he did not ac- company them on the line run- ning. Two young men, Randy Mew- own bait, climbed in a boat and bourn, aged 10 of Malakoff, and we to a secret fishing hole, his friend, Ricky Erwin, who baited up and set out their line. is 12 and fives in Scurry, show- By morning, the wind had ed the seasoned fishermen just come up and Ricky decided to how to catch catfish during the do some crappie fishing, but weekend, and they did it with Randy just had to run that line. homemade gear. He prevailed on the services of The two boys put their heads his sister, Teresa Mewbourn, together, and made a short and the two headed for the trotline. Next, they caught their secret hole. Mrs. Lloyd Mew- ii as they hold OPE00NING This Saturday Best Wishes to The Robertsons li Randy came in hugging close to his breast a big old six and three quarter pound channeA cat and helping his r carry several others that ranged on down to three pounds in weight. Mrs. Mewbourn said "you never saw such happy children in all your life." She added that their joy was increased when a number of seasoned fisher- men exclaimed over the num- ber and size of the cacti% de- claring that they hadn't had such luck in a long time. The catch was enough to feed the Mewbourn and Erwin fam- ilies and a number of the child- ren's friends at a fish fry held Tuesday in the Mewbourn home. Mrs. Mewbourn reported Chat crappie fishing is again picking, up after a slow down of a week or so. The black bass are also biting as is evidenced by the 40 snagg- ed by Mrs..Elaine Hawk of Wills Point and her party. LIONS ontinued h'  oM they were needed. Corsicana Lions provided the local club with a highway sign to be placed on Highway 31. Ballew accepted the gifts with thanksgiving and also declared that the main objective of the Trinidad club was to work hard and make every effort to make the local organization one of the best in Lionimn. Torn Kirkham, gifted orator during See What Rob Has Cooking in his new Kitchen Open House Saturday We know, and we wish them great success DON'T Plan To Bank Saturday Starting This Week We Will Be Closed Open Late Today MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP : i . Vollie Robertson, owner of Rob's Kountry Kitchen, personally sees to the cleanliness of his tables dis- played here in the public dining room of his lishment. and Lion organizer in cities of Texas, Alabama and Colorado, brought an inspiring message and captured the audience's at- tention by opevJng his speech with, "As you slide down the bannister of life, I hope all your splinters are turned in the right direction." He also thanked the local club for not having chick- en and English peas on the menu declaring, "I have eaten so much chicken at Lion meet- ings that before retiring at night, I pull the covers and mattress off the bed anti roost on the springs." In a more serious vein, Kirk- ham used "Memories" as the topic of his speech. He explain- ed that memories could bring to mind either heartache or pleasure, and he preferred to dwell on the pleasant. In his memories, he recalled a re- her of incidents in which Lion- ism was directly responsible for saving lives and instrumen- tal in changing for the better the course of many. He left his spellbound audience with one outstanding thought, that Lion- ism was dedicated to the better- men of mankind. "The word Lion stands for Liberty, Intelli- gence, Our Nations Safety," he concluded. Charter mewabers of the newly Rob's Opens Dining Room ROB'$ continued from page one pork, ham, ribs, chicken and in the cafeteria by Mrs. Gladys hot links, along with potato sal- Boyd, Mrs. Rosie Lewis, Alma ad, beans, slaws, pickles, on- ions and peppers. In addgion to this service, Robs Kitchen also ires barbe-. "ued sandwiches to go, and pro- vides picnic tables under the shade of trees for those who prefer to dine outside. The east section of the build- in houses the fresh meats and grocery supplies. C. C. (Son) Collins has been employed as butcher. The meat counter features sliced slab bacon, club steaks, round steak, T-Bone steaks, ground meat and beef ribs, all fresh. The Kitchen is open daily from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. except on Monday when it is closed. Vollie and Sybil are assisted formed club are: Jerry Ballew, .,o. ,. ve,, oo . ii ,,,.,,,.,v' KITCHEN Berry, Tom Bradley, James J. i!ii Bradshaw Jr., Joe D. Bricker, Herman H. Bulman, L. R. Cain, John R. Carter, Wayman Lee Barron and their Jimmy Robertson. {ii Chandler, W. H. Clark, Weldon Corbell, A. J. Cole, Harold M. Calvin, Finis L. Divine, Billy C. Freeman, A. B. Gilbert, and W. W. Grayson. Also Donrde Harris, Robert E. Henley, Ronny Hiler, R. D. (Tennie) Jones, L. A. Mallory, Glarer McClintock, Richard Me- lear, W. F. Miller, William M. Miller, Houston Moore, Bobby Rounsavall, John Sillick, Cleo Taylor, C. B. Troup, J. G. Uh- rich, Glen D. Warren, H. F. Warren and C. D. Wheatley. Lions in attendance from oth- er clubs included Pat Whittaker of Hillsboro; Bob Cureton of Northwest Waco; Bob M. Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Huli and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jackson, all of Ath- ens; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bog and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Silver- berg, all of Corsicana and Mr. and Mrs. Don McKirmerney, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mattingly, Mr. anti Mrs. Larry Surls anti Neal Lawson, all of Malakoff. We offer our best " to the Robertsons for continued success Mallory Real Estate i ii SATURDAY is another sign of ,:< accept congrulions from :::: TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-payl, investor-owned eltric uglily NEXT TIME, TRY... Sybil and The know how to do it and they have a fine new place but for your car service let Arthur do it!