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Call 489-0531 MALAKOFF NSURANCE AGEN /ill Lines of Insurance Home AutD Business Jerry A. Garrison St Bonds Phone: 489-0512 Tubes 24 Hour Wrecker ADI)IE MAE IIARR1S won a fine bicycle from Kirby's Department Store last week during their anniversary celebration. Making the presentation is Jack McCool, owner. Lindseys Hold Gathering September l, 1977-MALAKOF! c NEWS-Page ;] Open NI Day Saturday The Annual Lindsey Family Reunion was held Sunday, August 27 at the Trinidad Community Center with de- cendants of the late William Martin Lindsey and Nancy Relatives attended from Dallas, Garland, Mesquite, Mexia, Moody, Italy, Athens, Frost, Clifton, Lorine, Farm- ers Branch, Troup, Corsi- cana, Kerens, Midlothian, Jimmy Crouch of Malakoff was one of forty-three Hen- derson County Junior College students securing a 4.0 grade point average on all academic and or vocational-technical courses taken during the past two summer semesters and were named to the Presidents Honor List. To be eligible for the Presi- dents Honor List a student must take at least 12 semester hours of courses. Visitors in the home of the G. V. Walkers over the week- end were Susan Walker of Nacogdoches, Mrs. Morris Sawyer, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Scan and Stephane of Arling- ton, Wayne Sawyer, and J.D. Maguire of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Maguire of Fort Worth. ,h}ey Seat loey Seat Jane Osborne Lindsey honor- and Mont Alba. l M ed. EU n5 Has Sixth otor The Lindseys had 13 child- nn ren with six daughters still stace Me living. There are 272 living Celebration decendants. A buffel luncheon was serv- Joey Seal celebrated his Mitcham 489-1292 ed and special prizes were Tt FSDA, S;Ptef6,:":tt,es Gra sixth birthday Sunday, Aug- given to the youngest'present, vy, C. Potatoes, Green Beans, ust 28. who was six months old; the Joey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Seat enter- tained Joey and five of his friends at the Log Cabin Estate Recreational Park. Cake and punchwas served to 12 guests at Joey's home prior to the trip to the park. Out-of-town guests attend- ing were Vickie Baker and children, Bradley, Stevie and Scott from Fairfield. Rolls, Cake, Milk WEDNESDAY-Macaroni and Cheese, Pinto Beans, Greens, Cornbread, Fruit, Milk TIIURSDAY-Fish, Scalloped Potatoes, English Peas and Carrots, Rolls, Peach Cob- bier, Milk FRIDAY-ltamburgers, Cheese, French Fries, Soup, Jelio, Milk , oldest present, 83 years; and EXXON the one that traveled the longest distance from Lath- rop, California. mal Redu,:00'tions 0 on  Summer Merchandise OPENING.SOON Mrs. Mac Baker and Mrs. Leuna Killough spent Satur- day in Palestine visiting their sisters, Mrs. Estelle Watson, Mrs. Anice Camp and their families. Activities are picking up at Malakoff First Baptist Church with fall arriving. Children's choirs will resume in September, with Sunshine (grades 2-6) meeting on Mon- day afternoons at 3:30 Their first meeting will be Septem- ber 12. September 7 the Melody Makers, ages foul' Friends Host Celebration August 19th Mr. and Mrs, Bill King cele- brated their 55th wedding anniversary August 19 en- tertained by friends at Log Cabin Estates. Mr. and Mrs. King were married in Dallas August 19,1922 and lived in the High- land Park section of Dallas until a year ago when they move to Log Cabin Estates. Out-of-town guests present were their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Minton of San Angelo, their grandson, Ricky Rust of Arl- ington and Elmer Schmidt of Dallas. through first grade will meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. There will be a fellowship at First Baptist Church after the Tiger-Kerens game Friday night. All church youth mem- bers and their guests will be attending. Evening service hours at the United Methodist Church will change from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m. starting September 4. The UMYF will meet at 7 following evening services. Choir practice will also be at 7 on Sunday nights, beginning on September 11. Mimi Tan- ner will be leading the choir. Mr. and Mrs. W.D. King of Log Cabin Estates entertain- ed friends with a watermelon party Friday on their patio. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gall Mathena and their mother, Mr. and Mrs. Nixon, Maralee Willhelm, Mr and Mrs. Charlie Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Winfrey, and Jeffrey Leech. The party was a great end-of-summer affair for the group. DeWayne Seat and Bill Baker caught 21 black bass while fishing on Cedar Creek Lake on Thursday, the 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCraw, Mrs. Mamie Reed, and Mrs. Williams of Athens visited Thursday afternoon with Miss Sadie Carson. Mrs. McCraw and Mrs. Reed were the former Grace and Mamie Ross, both former residents. Grace was a pupil of Sache Carson in 1918-1919. Mamie was very interested in Miss Sadie's scrapbook of Remini- scence columns from the Malakoff News. Leona Lewis and Idella Fowler were in Kerens Fri- day to visit with Leona's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Reed. Today-Laura Hamilton, Don Norwood, Jim Bob Fergu- son, Nannie Drake, Joye Bray Friday-Joe Yarbrough, Jeff Thorpe, Ricky Ford, Janie ltyder Saturday-Brad Brownlow, Tena E, Tatum, Anna Ruth Jose Sunday-Donna Hughes, Mare Miller, Bill Baird Monday-Carl Mathis, Phil Dulaney, Leonard Harris Sr., Willie Johnson, Harold ttolyfield Tuesday-Jim Butler Sr., Ocie Thomas, Howard Hardy, Rufus Simmons Wednesday-Lisa Johnson Ladies Pant Suits Huddle's GlRL'S BASKETBALL-in1941at Malakoff High School. The team was composed of, leftto right. Lynn Kirby, Elizabeth Clay, Carrel Johnson. Martha Moore, Lavone Davis, Elizabeth Tiner, Jayne Phillips, Audrey Rogers, Ernestine Woods. (;enter is Gladys Jo Odds & Ends Muffler Shop Rohertson, captain. Children and Ladies Shorts, Gun Ba Lane in Mabank Crowd Gathers For Reu.ion Tops, Shells and Vests. =  mS" The Martha and George Malakoff is the t w .tte 41 l Washington Maguire reunion passing out these books, free Smith Drug & Variety Sept. 6-9 was a huge success with over to hisoldfriends and rela- Price / ! TUFSDAY-ChiIi Dogs, Grat- one hundred relatives and tires. Pat Montgomery, a ed Cheese, Pinto Beans, Ia. friends gathering together to grat granddaughter of the i ! I Pull ver Sweater *11.  t Salad' Fruit Dessert' lrlilk greet each ther and find ut late William Maguire brught what had happened since last them from Garland, hot off Long Sleeve Cotton T Shirts s3.= WEDNESDAY-ttamburgers, year. the press. Mrs. Beatrice Ma- Pickle Slices, Lettuce, Toma- " Some were surprised to guire, wife of William, whois Cowl-neck Pullover '5.  tl::S,'::nmChMi;kes, Ketchup, look up and see their children residing at Athens was also in walk in when they had not attendance this year, The TIIURSDAY-Sliced Ham, Cullen Allen, grandson of ten, ten of them reached full Ladies Shoes z Plaid Shirt rS." passed the word on to them, Maguire's had twelve child- Personality and Charm Step '.[[ Suede Cloth Blouson , '; e.ow. n ru.=. =,=.s jCBrleeaansm,..tltl?OtF::.o.!:Vweith :k:: Mar::t:ajodG:O[:A:nds;:f zthalurtJn?nd had children of or less ,= Jeans FRIDAY-Tacos with Cheese, was ver, well advertised, grandchildren of their sons t '7.  and s8. planned the reunion and it Grandchildren and great Tossed Salad, Pinto Beans, Thanks to the Malakoff News and daughters included roots Mickey Maguire, the only Carl and Ora Hightower; Buttered Corn, Peanut Butter and its readers, from Jack and Gillie Perry; Balls, Milk living son of Martha and John and Anna Allen; John ...................... -- ......  George got a week-end pass and Ollie Maguire: Marshall Ayd from the Veterans Hospitalin and Kay Kinabrew; William Dallas and attended in full and Beatrice Maguire; and ,1  Maalox swing. Mickey has,completed Jeff and Minnie Maguire. a book of poems, The Town Mickey and Mary Louise at the End of the Line." Maguire did not have any Chewable Tablets .......... ,, ..'" . c"c'ar'l:nHightower";"' of Frost Men s Short Reducing Candy 26 o till-,,,2_:lt .flJ and Mary Louise Maguire of Sleeved Shirts s $2. x9 ,,,,, " - lawsir) attendance. Allofthe kxX  AI Jolson always wore old relatixes who attended this ....  clothes to open anew show. y ear,are in residence in 5000o , off ' ' m'm'ar---l'" " t;onsortl=__l Metamuc, Myadec f. :k[44 i Speclal,sGroup NOW f/ Hair sin,  I Tabs Men Pants I(Z121 oz. Giant Size 130 Days Values to'18. *10 89'00. *3." ' '4. 3s .For Call Out Orders 4851 | . pair Fiesta ea . 2pair a19. 77 Sundaes Terry Street Malakoff Basket oay :s... t $1 19