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ZA--The M~ News, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1M1 bZ Barry McWilliams ittf Fff ( NNN-w eNE S F/O0/. F OM OOR \ OON FNg ) NO per year in Henderson and adjoining counties. Mail your cheek today to Malakoff News Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 Then we are able to watch as new thing to do .... carry a lunch. That en. "Children in school" mothers tackle the tails remembering to have bread each day-to-day problems that arise. We day, the right kind of lunch meat, small gain a small sense of satisfaction when hags of chips and something sweet things don't go exactly right for them, every morning. In addition, while as they didn't and don't for us.eating the lunch the children compare "Children in school" is something what they hare. like "Terrible Twos". Everyone tells "John's mother had homemade you it's only a phase and that it will cookies and apples in his lunch," they pass. will say to the new "Children in school" "Enjoy these days," older mothers mother. It makes you want to wring will tell us. "It will be over all too Joha's mother'sneek. soon." Lori and Jeffrey made it fine for two I know that they are right. All the days. The third day father Larry left time that I am washing the pair of socks early for work .... and Lori overslept. with the blue and gold tops that reach to The first bell had rung when she and the knees, with fifteen minutes notice Jeffrey reached the school. prior to school time on the day they "I felt so terrible l went in with him," must be worn, I know it. I remind she said after arriving at work with myself that it will all pass too soon. hair askew and out of breath. Lori C, aliaway is in the new mother "What do you do to a five-year-old kid "Children in school" class this year. in kindergarten whose mother over- Five-year-old Jeffrey has entered kin- sleeps?" she asked the teacher. dergarten with all the enthusiasm and Fortunately, Jeffrey was not really excitement a youngster can muster. He late. Just a little after the first bell had his wardrobe planned for the first which made him think he was late. two days, wearing his Danny White Tom and Gwen Finley don't fit the flee the other day "We always said we volved with our chlldr school activities " Tom really feel hadi3 the last of this week. to be married that night). from the teacher asking to meet that night and missing our first call to school." "Ah," I said to am the oldest parent "Gwen probably won't ,eve~ room mother this year.' They shouldn't worry. anything like our probably already mother will do it." It they are talking about homemade cookies, taking trip to far north Texas, or classroom. .... An I will, out on the fun? We'll school once and who knOWs, be over too soon. lnlS 10 years ago 40 years ago for the initial game of the ' Waller has had the Registration is in progress now for A state park for Henderson County for the past two weeks the 1971 Punt, Pass and Kick com- was seen as a probability today when should now be in good petition in the showroom of AI Inmon Representative Jap Lucas announced opener. Ford sales. More than 7,000,000 boys that authority of the state parks board 60 years ago take part in this every year. to accept lands donated to the state for Tigers lost to Hillsboro 7-6. Paul parks purposes might conceivably The publlc Green, son of Mrs. Pattie Sue Smith, create such a region as a result of the last Monday was chosen Tiger of the Week, by Trinity Rivercut-off. enrollment ofl00for blocking a punt, intercepting a pass and According to information received running 96 yards for a touchdown. He here by telephone Tuesday afternoon also did a great Job tackling andfrom Manitoba, Canada, "Wayside TO the blocking. Pat," Maiakeff's celebrated entry in The Stewart family reunion was held many of the nation's best field trial at the Sunny Glenn Resort over the events, was declared winner of the all- Malakoff, TeS~ Labor Day weekend. There were 133 ages stake in the Canadian trails at present plus many visitors during the Manitoba. The trainer is Jett Crawferd To the Editor: day. of Maiakoff. We would like to The rates for service from the Vivian Jock for the 20 years ago Maiakeff Water Company are being freezer, Marvin reduced during the dry months of the Truck Body for the use, Mrs. Claude Bankston, secretary for year in order that patrons might be box and a special the St. Paul Industrial Training School enabled to water flowers and lawns, tingly and and local Income tax consultant, has leased space in the Mrs. Clyde Hum- 50 years ago Your phries building and will establish down- town office quartars within the next few The First State and ~'he First TheMalakOffE days. National Banks of Mainkoff were united r In a beautiful candlelight service on into a single institution Friday evening Saturday, Miss Mary Louise Shumato following a series of meetings held by and Freddie Eugene Carter were united directors of both banks during the week in marriage, in an effort to arrange conditions for the 30 years ago Tigers lost their first game to Teague by a score of 13-6. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Kirby celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary on Sept. 13th. Under the direction of Miss Doris Fowler, who begins her fifth year as sponsor of the group, the MHS Pep Squad number 28 this year and promise to be one of the best clubs in the schools history. Qlle~tiott~ tlll(I movement that would be mutually satisfactory. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Royall Thursday morning a fine 8 lb. baby boy. Both mother and baby are repor- ted to be getting along very nicely. Soc ia I See u r it Mr. Lloyd Tiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Tiner of this city was united in marriage to Miss Bernice Knott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Knott of Kemp. The cage containing the Malakoff son, I could get through the SSI Tigers will be opened at Athens today when the locals take on the Athens team I .... I1 __ I Ill I q l~.~ Member[ I r4L tins[ Published Continuously TEXAS PRESS I Since 1913 I The Malakoff News Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavail : Assistant to the Editor .................................... Leri Callaway Advertising Representative ............................... Ann Johnston Production ........................................... Stacy Dunacusky The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens PrlnUng co. at Malakoff, Tx., post offlce address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx 75148. Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County ($5 for senior citizens); $5.50 per year in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second