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Class Of 1965 Ten-Year Reunion High School held it's 10-year week-end of July night the class and families had ice the home of Clay. Everyone time visiting each meeting the class- spouses and children. afternoon the Lions Den for ue. Several former joined them. Mr. Norris Starkey of Mr. and Mrs. Wetzel of Terrell and Mrs. Victor Finis Hardy and ge of Mal- the barbeque. visitors to stop by W.E. Teetz of and Mrs. Eddie Miss Billie. King of son, of Malakoff. Mrs. Nroma Slaton, form- erly Diane DuBose and her three children Sharla, Rod- ney, and Russell of Malakoff. Mr. Mark Bailey of Mala- koff. Mr. Mark Bailey of Mala- koff. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carter and sons Douglas and Steven of Mt. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Wayne White and children, Windy and Wesley, of Sierra Vista, Arizona. She is the former Rolinda Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clay and sons Roy and Terry of Athens. She is the foyer Sandra Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter, Jr. and son,, Michael of Malakoff. Mr. and Mrs.  Harold Bart- mess and children, Shannon 9 July 17, 1975- MALAKOFF NEWS- Page 3  HOLE-IN-ONE-John F. Mclntire of Star Harbor, is hard to live with these days, having cupped a hole-in-one on the first hole on of the Star Harbor Golf Club Saturday going to have to build him a throne now." The hole-in-one was witnessed by Doug Butler, Tom Byrum and Charles Swearingen. It was the first hole-in-one at the GIBSON'S HWY 85 & 274 Seven Points, Tex Pdc Effective July 16.19 PAPER PLATES Palmolive DISHWASHING LIQUID Gibson's BLEACH 1 Gal. " *  " V came. She was a and Nathan, of Malakoff. She with a four Iron. Mclntlre s .Star Harbor course since Ne graduate of M.H.S. is the former Miss LaDona wife,at theCmmentingace, send, "InthmkhiS g!eel m ArmWilliams'ht onenWm 1973f Pearee, Peak Jackie Souza Ellis of Rogers. " " " "" ' " " :and, Mr. Drew True- Mr. andMrs. CalB. Porter, [ CARD OF THANKS I TOOTHPASTE v-,,:::;aS It, ] d Mr. and Ms. Jerry Jr. of Granbury. She is the I I would like to express my appreciation to the fine adamood of Malakoff former Dalphin Cain. , I people of Trinidad for their friendship and support [ Pped bv to say hello Mr and Mrs M1Ke dunn m ears here " -. " | " g y y . My special appreciation to the I - 6.3 oz Were graduates of Laughhn and daughter Kitty | students, who are the finest anywhere, for their hard I E I h a. in 1966. Michelle of Houston. She is I work and determination in our efforts I will be workin I embers of the class the former Kitty Cherry with theHails . I ' , ville School District this coming year, but I turned for the reunion The reumon was a great | will be keeping a close watch on the activities at [ success and all that attended | Trinidad School. I and Mrs. Leonard E. had a wonderful time. All [ With Best Reards To You All find children Chifawn, agreed that ten'years was to I  Don Ru L-'' I and Chad of Mr. long, so plans are to have I t. Mrs. Teetz is the another reunion in five years. ___ ,, ue Trammell. , . .. ,,. , I We're u. to our I Renneth Webb form- jeanme ramns , , r I rv:(ayle King. and her ' " I ,  Eve BALLS I Gayle of Finchville Breaks R,ght Arm ,. Mrs L D. Sander- In Auto Accident i . -. IRl(:ht'Kelley of Nar- JeannieParkinssustaineda I in the finest & prettiest I isett, R.I. broken upper right 'arm last l L-J J!---- !-- &------ B--& I !' Tommy Davis, form- Friday around 7:30 p.m. when l Manning in Iowa,,, nul I iss Jill Souza, and her her car was involved ifi a I . , ,, I Children Tommy and collision at the corner of I our prices are not eyenall I ' of Mesquite. Martin and Mitchell. She was i __ I :and Mrs Joe Thoma- transferred to Tyler Medical 11 O n t the . I level ... They re low d w a I acl children Karen and Center by Paschal ambulance I i 0f Athens She is the where the arm was x-rayed, 1 ' _ 1 ' Vickie Lewis set and she returned home the I RASCO BEDDING FACTORY I :and Mrs. Dakky Skiles same night. | 1 o sons, Greg and Brad She had to go back to the | 4u:4e W a..,;..n,, ath,, n. e'luLq'n45 | tlS IglV 111e MUIIlUm 41 H g t gll/ dl  hospital the following night I " I ' Sidney Hopper of Aus- when swelling created compli- ! " - cations. The cast was split i ' Kenneth Thomas, and she returned home again. | [lf7 ly Barbara Jo Robert- I i C fl I E' .... -.-.....-..............- I ------ ,-, I.UUII. I ..... "-_ from page 1 I ! ,,,,,,,:,,,'" er he wants to bo here or money for a clinic for Maid- I ; ....... lllllllllll ........ koff' his work with the I ! ,,,-,|_:|.::::-'.",|:::;l;;;;iillllllllllllll!fiB!!t ' I lUlllUlllnliuu""" IIIIIIIIIlUUl ,as traced a parallell of Malakoff Lions and Malakoff I 1 II!!llll..., IIIIIIIIIIlUlIII -. i :off community dedi- Rotary Clubs, and his contri- | '||1111.11|||1||||i to the 56 signers of the bution of time and service to | i -. "' - !aLton of Independence many other community pro- n t  ! ,he 56 who pledged thei iets. I !  ! ;0th "  o h The proclamation was i i i e furthermo ft e . . . : .... Qun s] ned by Jerry Stone presl try, nine lost their g , " | { llljII ' !lost their homes and l7 dent of the Lions Club; Jerry I '- F I ---' _ , everything they had, Hinkle president of the I \\;.  _J s Said, yet not one went Chamber of Commerce, Bill I '   ..... ------- r his word. Atteberry, president of the I x_. Ist spent ten days in Rotary Club, and Pete | gn visiting govern-Dodson, premdent 2f the | .......... ,reaucrats," he con- Industrial Foundatio . I IL,'UEi Il AIUUn, I. 'I wish I had been "I'm glad I had an oppor- I l" lllflllJ/4JkllklU. g with men like Eddie tunity to take part and be a ! ' , I would feel a lot pa gr " I AID INIITIt'NID , rt of a cup that accom ," plished things in Malakoff," I .,,l.i ,.,v ,v.  -v,..i rice of the Peace Joe Garrison said in response to i Daid tribute to Garrison the proclamation. "It was not I S, AIdOq an who came to me alone. Maybe I had more [ Sneeial  fJlU  I) --r .... ff with convictions time, but it was not my efforts I /,,,'1r.91' e who stood bv those alone. No man can do it i --- Lions.  alone." Imnon recalled how "You all know it can be I ll,700 BTU 2 Speed aa organized a group of done. Malakoff has an indus- I Usinessmen to-build a trial park and I know the i -- . ,r,--o.. ... .. i a single day in order community can carry the ball n v.e, rrlglllaire 15ooUng et the Reynolds Alum- from here on, I' Garrison said. I lan Malakoff will always be a . t for Malakoff. " I lrll" 1"1"1" 1" ll'lrlil 9 'clamation in behalf of part of me." l PHI//IPk, " service clubs, the A gift certificate for a pair i ]L llll.J1.Jll k3 r of cowbo boots was also of Commerce and Y I t w-1"1- 1- t -m T-m--a' lako resented to Garrmon at the ff Indutrial Foun- P ' I A IIlil 1 & Il| "ll': Was presented to Garri- conclusion of the program, l 1 I 1.Jl2"ll ./lg. Paid particular tribute Jerry Hinkle and Bill | ,ing as president of Reisor cooked the meal which I 202 N. Terry Malakoff 489-1529 Creek Lake Associ-was served to those I /89 dakoff Chamber of attending. ' . :, Malakoff Indus- [-- ....... Ldation, his work inpledges of land and Jap Lucas Hardware ,o,o_ VANILLA i , ,4r Athens trod|tidal ..... . 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