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i~' 114A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 2, 1961 :i .... It ,, COME TO OUR it J STUDENTS AND TEACIIERS attended the Malakoff Twirling Clinic held last week and sponsored by the Malakoff MaJoret- i tes. Students attending included Wendy Cheatham. Christi Cox, Teresa Cox, Christy Evans, Nancy Holland, Teresa Holland, Mellnda Julian, Cynthia Rivers and Miehelle Wright. Teachers were Cheryl Whlteside. Cindy Moseley, Margaret Costlow, Lisa Watts, Audrey McCurln and Tracl Newman. The students were taught basic twirling fundamentals, dance twirl, fancy ~, strut and military strut. All students received certificate of achievement awards. (Staff photo by Lorl Callaway) made her children quit playing with mine because she said my children play too rough l Humph~ But the children do keep me hopping. They are so full of energy and want to play and romp all the time. At my age, I just can't keep up with them. Besides, as watchdog for CLNH, I have my official duties which keep me busy. Perhaps some one of you out there might like to let one of them come and live with you. I am sure the Boss would not mind. They are lovely puppies, even if I do say so myself. That would cer- tainly solve Mr. and Mrs. Banty Chicken's problem and Peter Rabbit could sleep peacefully at night. Delores Riddle Cedar Lake Nursing Home By MRS. BLACK DOG (as told to Sue Smalllng) You know, you humans out there read the CLNH news about the residents and staff and see the nursing home from ~elr point of view. I think we animals 0eed equal time. Ater all, there are quite a few of us pets out here you know. ~'hore is Peter Rabbit and his two friends, there are Mr. and Mrs. Banty Chicken and their children, the three duck children, and of course me and my three beautiful children. Oh, by the way, let me introduce myself, I am Mrs. Black Dog and I have three lovely puppies. We animals have quite a time out here with the residents and all the visitors that drop in and Mr. Radney and Edgar take such good care of us, Really, I should go on a diet because I am getting too fat from all the goodies Mr, R. feeds me. And you know, recently, he talked the Boss into building a small duck pond for the duck children. These childrenl They haven't learned how to swim very well yet and they just won't get in the pond and get wet t That's this younger generation for you, no adventuresome spirit. Mr. R. says they must be city ducks because his friends seem to be content, their home is under the shade trees and is cool and Edgar takes good care of them. They do seem to be a bit nervous about my children though. Those pup- pies are so rowdy at times -- they just love a good romp -- and I think Peter is afraid of them. Mr. and Mrs. Banty must watch out for them also. In fact, once or twice Mrs. Banty CLIFTON MCDONALD Clifton McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald of Tool, recen- tly enlisted in the Air Force in Dallas. He departed June 18, 1951 enroute to Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex., where he will attend a six week Basic Military Training Course. Airman McDonald, a 1981 graduate of Malakoff High School, selected the Tac- tical Aircraft Specialist area for job training according to Sergeant Bryan Townley, the Air Force Recruiter in Corsicans. STEVEN FERRELL Steven Ferrell, grandson of Mrs. NellleWood of Payne Springs, recently enlisted in the Air Force in Dallas. He departed June 18, 1981 enroute to Lackland AFB, San Antonio, where he will attend a six week Basic Military Training Course. Airman Ferrell, a 1951 graduate of Malakoff High School, selected the Electronics area for job training, ac- cording to Sergeant Bryan Townley, the Air Force Recruiter in Corsicana. Sergeant Townley said the Air force still has openings for qualified young men and women. His office is located at 800 N. Main, Corsicana, or call 214=872= 4551 collect. In addition to the benefits available to veterans from the federal government, each state also provides certain rights and privileges to those who have served in the Armed Forces. is new teller at Continental Delores Riddle has been hired as the new operating teller at Continental Savings and Loan in Malakoff. She will be in charge of public rel0tions, new accounts, and existing savings and checking accounts. Ms. Riddle will replace Markey Dubose who left the company due to illness. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES *'FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/39~2UI OR OWNER WEST IMY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 dv At the Trinidad Football field J, * LI J * ,FREE Admission Sponsored by: dr J ~r n ler pmmerce m 6 6 A 711 Lucas O Athens, Texas I< /i//i/ For more information on Accommodations or ployment Call: , A.C.S.W. '='(~ National Living Centers Inc. +iiill :i 5 : H .... H " i:> il !/i i: ~i:i!/i~ili~iii:i~):!!:(/~/;i!~ii!:~!ilk .....