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October 8, 1981

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/i :i,ii! ii! i!!¸ 14A.-The Malakoli News, Thursday, Oat. 8, 1981 The Malakoff Art Society will present a two-week exhibit of paintings which will be open to the public. The paintings will be displayed at the Malakoff Public Library starting Mon- day, Oct, 12 and will be on view until Oct. 24 during library hours (Monday- Friday 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to3 p.m.). Paintings will be in several media - oil, pastel, water color and acrylic and will be judged for awards in various classes. The society will have as judges Beth Davis, Continuing Education teacher at Henderson County Junior College, Mar- cia Plemons, art teacher at Malakoff Elementary School and Monte Stewart, commercial artist. Anyone may submit entries to the exhibit and all area artists are invited to do so. Non-members of the Art Society will pay a fee of $1 per painting to enter. However, school students may enter with a fee of 50 cents per painting. There will be a limit of three paintings per person• All paintings must be framed and DENTON, Tx.--Auditlons for Texas Woman's University's Department of Dance productions of Master's Thesis and Liturgical Concerts are now com- plete. The Liturgical concert will be presen- ted on Sunday, Nov. 8 at 3:30 p.m. in the old student union ballroom on TWU's Denton campus, The Chancel Bell Choir of First Christian Church, Dallas, will be featured. Dancers selected for the Liturgical Gladys Keeton. Laura Miesle and Kathy Treadway, Master's degree candidates in dance, are already rehearsing the Master's Thesis Concert to be performed March 26 and 27 in Redbud Auditorium on the TWU campus• Laura Miesle, from Bowling Green, Ohio, has based her dramatic work on "The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestries". Kathy Treadway, formerly from Concert include Julie Sneed, freshman Oakland, Calif., now a Denton resident, student from Trinidad and a 1980 is rehearsing an abstract work entitled graduate ofMalakoffHighSchool. "Timesweep". It is based on human T prepared for hanging with suitable regular andminisize. hangers. The location of the sale will be on the All paintings must be brought to the grounds between the Library building Library on Saturday, Oct. 10 (two days and Citizens State Bank. The hours of prior to the exhibit) between the hours the sale will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. of 10a.m. and 12 noon. Everyone is cordially invited to at- Judging of the paintings will begin at tend both the two-week art exhibit and 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. I0. the one-day sale. Although the paintings on exhibit will For more information, please call not be sold in the Library room, in- Mattie Broyles at 489-1565, Ruth Peeler terested persons may take down the at 489-1593 or Mary E. Durham at 451- name and phone number of the artist 2693. and contact that artist personally for price and availability of a particular Cross Roads____ painting. Friday, Oct. 16, the Society will offer for sale various paintings by Art Society members. Paintings will be October 12-- Oct. 16 The Malakoff Public Library fund raising goal of $3,500 has been reached and exceeded, according to Board president J. D. Waller. Donations have totaled $3,677.00 for the year. Recent doners include Mr. and Mrs. Howard Julian, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gerard, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thomas, Friends of the Library, Bankston Appliance, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kirby, Hudco, Mrs. T. D. Cade, Evelyn Drake, Phillips Appliance, Joe Tarrant Oil Co., Malakoff prescription Shoppe, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLain, Moore and Smith, and Mrs. Gladys Jo Friels. BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Thursday: Cereal, juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Corny dog, french fries, Pork & Beans, milk, cookies. Tuesday: Chili mac, pinto beans, carrot & celery sticks, corn bread, milk, cake. Wednesday: Steak and gravy, whip- pad potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, milk, syrup. Thursday: Fiestada, salad, blackeyed peas, milk, pudding. Friday : Hamburger, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese squares, french fries, milk, fruit. Instructors choreographing works for energy and its changing relationship to the Liturgical Concert are Kim Staley, the environment. Dancers will include N~~ ooee~oeeoo~Ne~eoooeoeeooe~ Ann Kendall, Janice LaPointe and MissSneed. Smith Drug & Variety | i[|1 i |( i : Halloween decorations 39' to 98'. . . Costumes $1.98 & $2.98 | . : Flannel dusters $8.95 ........ Fuzzy slippers $4.98 & $5.95| A E | ;1 x sizes Brushed nylon gowns ....... short $4.98 long $8.95[ l Pastel suit blouses, 32 to 44 ................... $8.95| • • • Long sleeve poly tops 34 to 46, fall prints .... $6.95 to $8.95| S & H'Green Stamps Malakoff Lay.Aways | Eustace Consolidated Independent @N NI OOOO@4H OOO e I, oeoO@qHHHHHNMMMb@@@-' Allstate Insurance Companies have invested more than $1 million in bonds in Henderson County, according to Bryant Moore, the companies' Associate Vice President for Texas• Henderson County investments are ~ert of more than $357,596,000 in bonds ld by Allstate in 126 counties in Texas. The companies' investments in Hen- derson County include Athens Municipal Water Authority, Athens Water & Sewer, Athens Water & Sewer Systems Refunding & Improvement, School District, Henderson County Junior College District, Henderson Junior College District 64, and Malakoff Independent School District, Moore said• "It is Allstate policy to support the development of areas in which we do business by investing in local cim- munities," Moore said. "We are a cor- porate citizen in each of the com- munities in which our offices are located. Like all citizens, we will share in the progress of these communities." Cedar Lake Nursing Home i Well, hi there, folks! I'm Jean Haley, the Food Service Manager. I'm new at this writing game but I felt like someone ought to let everyone know just how things really go out here. Sometimes Sue gets a little confused on her writing but I'm gonna give it to you straight. I guess we ought to start with our beloved administrator, Charlene Chadwick• She really is a nice person--- even if you do have to keep her supplied with a large delicious apple each day. She doesn't ask much, just an apple. For a while it was lemon juice ALL DAY LONG I Then we have our owner, Loretta Humble, who calls all the way from Athens for us to save her a biscuit and sausage until she gets here. Have you ever? ? I wonder if she doesn't cook any better than somebody else who works out here? We have a new staff member out here by the name of Sue Bandy. She is sup- posed to be a "Jack of all trades," but I can tell you this. She was my secretary one day and when she had finished typing my menus, she had used so much liquid paper that I had 3-ply menus. Her typewriter doesn't spell any better than the ones we use. But we do have fun out here-like, Friday afternoon. Arthur Heickmal~'s, Royce Heickman gave him a big birthday party. Even though she couldn't be here, she saw to it that his birthday was not forgotten. The residents pitched in and entertained him.., a song from Ida Whitehead, "Frog Went a Courtin," Lilly (Minnie Pearl) Mltcham made an appearance The flat sucusful electric elevator was Installed bn the Demarest Building in New York City, in 1889. as did puppet MiNnie Pearl Mouse• They got into an argument as to which one was the real Minnie Pearl. Then the puppets sang for Arthur. Afterwards, we all ate cake and drank lemonade and Arthur's birthday was celebrated CLNH style. Effective retie, fez minor itches and rashes. $2.39 Ma'- ak0ff Prucrip pe IL~ N. Torey 4M1-1909 MndMmfl I The Henderson Co. Farm[ Bureau Board of Directors] 1 supports the 25¢ voluntaryI beef check-off. This is toI promote research and ad-I vertising of beef. I W.D. Warren, Pres. ] Ronnie Holcomb, Vice Pres. ] Steve Tackett, Sac.-Treas. J Buck Harington . J Joe Young J Bill Fish I Truett Chamblee J Ralph Dunklln J ed. PoI. 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