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October 1, 1981

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r' ?! ' IrA--The Mslakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 1, 1981 Ii: i/: r Oct. $-9 Monday: Chili dogs on buns, grated cheese, tater tots, ketchup, orange slices, milk. Tuesday :Spaghetti with meat sauce, buttered brocoli, fruit cups, hot rolls, milk. Wednesday: Barbecue on bun, green salad with dressing, baked beaus, fruit cobbler, milk. Thursday: Meat loaf with tomato sauce, green beaus, sweet potatoes, hot rolls, jello, milk. Friday: Battered fish with tartar sauce, blackeyed peas, macaroni and cheese, apple slices, cornbread, milk. JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL Baskets served with french fries , hamburgers , hot dogs chili dogs corny dogs submarine sandwiches occasional specials SNACK ITEMS Snack cakes, chips, cookies, tee Choice of milk daily Breakfast served daffy at all 3 schools Gilmore-Freeman reunion scheduled FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL ( OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS S. 90 at 85 facing 7-11 store 1 DAY SERVICE Mon.-Fri. 6 a.m.-8 p.m. 887-3537 2nd Anniversary Sale Sat. 9 2 pc. men's suit $2.00 drapes, (does not include pressinlD good thru Oct. 7 Laundry .Alterations Hats .Furs .Leather RESIDENTS at Cedar Lake Nursing Home were treated to a mini-band concert Friday by members of the Trinidad Trojan Band, under the direction of John Spencer. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Cedar Lake Nursing Home You know, we are always talldng about our great volunteers, and we do have some dandies. But what you may think about is this, they aren't always folks from outside the nursing home. We have some mighty fine volunteers right here in CLNH. There is Edna Marchant who volunteers to keep all of our combs and brushes washed and clean for beauty shop and Mrs. Ruth ANN JOHNSTON joins News in advertising Ann Johnston has joined the staff of The Malakoff News as advertising representative, it was announced this week by Tom Finley, Business Manager. Mrs. Johnston replaces Cindy Ford who has transferred, to the Athens Review sales staff. "We think that Mrs. Johnston will be able to serve our customer's needs well, since she is a long-time area resident and familiar with the needs of the community," Finley said in making the announcement. Mrs. Johnston is a 1960 graduate of Trinidad High School. She is married to James Johnston who is plant manager for Enserch Corporation in Trinidad. They have two children, lVJrs. Dennis (Kim) Bancroft of Corsicana and Pen- ny Johnston, a sophomore at Trinidad High School. S 1/, Sims who loves and keeps all of our house plants alive and well. And then there is Flonnie Rainwater who does a special Job. You might say she is sort of a "go between" for the residents and the kitchen. Actually, she is our volunteer evening kitchen supervisor. She knows what she is doing too, 'cause she was in food ser- vice for many years and knows a whole bunch about food and preparing and serving it. Recently, she has been working with our Food Service Manager, Jean Haley, preparing new supper menus. While we are talking about our kit- chen staff, I want to sing their praises. Since this A~tivlty Director is asked to please do not volunteer to cook anything, "Ain't it the truth, Jean Haley," I do appreciate the good food that our kitchen crew prepares. My favorite, and several other folks favorite, is the bread pudding. They do make a good bread pudding. At the present time, our kitchen staff is as follows: Glenda Polk, 6 to 2 shift; Pauline Brown, 11 to 7 shift; Altha Kelley, Relief; Mabel Shedd, split shift; Miss Johnny, (who works anywhere she is needed) and Chris Abbe. You guys are doing a good job, keep it up! We sure did have a treat Friday af- ternoon. Mr. Spencer brought his Senior band over from Trinidad to play for us, and play they did right on the front lawn l We put chairs on the front porch and filled them with residents and enjoyed a band concert. Not only did the band play, but the majorettes twirled for us and we all enjoyed it im- mensely. Thank you Mr. Spencer, we are really looking forward to another concert in the spring. I I II I Beautiful lawns fall fertilization Center Gary Reeves Hwy. 31, Malakoff Ralph Reeves I I The Gilmore and Freeman families will have their 18th annual reunion at the Fellowship Hall, Maypearl Methodist Church, Maypearl, Texas, on October 3-4. The Gilmores are descendants of John Parks and Susannah Stephenson Gilmore, who came to Ellis County in the 1850's. John McKnight and Sarah Murphree Freeman settled about the same time, and the families inter- married. Related families include Claunch, Slaughter, Jones, Singleton, Edwards and Bynum. Anyone related to these families may contact Tom or Sandra McGrew, 1002 Shelley Court, Arlington, Texas 76012, concerning details of the reunion. Today, there are over nine million men and women who are Vietnam Era veterans, while nearly three million ac- tually served in Southeast Asia. I *Tote Bags *StainedGlass OFF ENTIRE Excluding Baby Bibs 8. Panties 218 S. Palestine (In Mr. Earrs Beauty Salon) Open Tues.-Fri. 9:30-5 Sat. 9:30-2 Athens- 675-6773 i i * We clean and box wedding gowns for storage . Dressing room for fitting in tailoring . Coin operated dryer for your laundry "Thank you for your patronage for the past 2 years. We be serving you many more. We are expanding for venience. Virginia H THE LUXURIOUS "Spoiler" will spoil you with reclining comfort with ease. Even the price is relaxed! "Check our recl by COME SEE US SOON~ 319 N. Terry FM 90 North Malakoff urn ;*****************