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4B--The MBh~k ~0lf Neml, Wedaegdny, Nov. ~, 1981 . ........ SENIOR CLASS OFFI( ?ER8 at Cross Roads High School thlm year are (left to right), Judy Tuli, hlstor, tan; Lanee Wallace, treasurer; Russell Giles, president; Renee Drummond, seer "etory; and Shari Piper, vice-president. Not pictured Is relmrtor D'Anna Foster. (Staff photo by Lorl Callaway) I Ranch News Wowl What a poor man's stew wehad The Board had its monthly meeting at the community house Saturday Saturday, Nov. 14th. John Key was night, Nov. 14th. We had a great atten- present. He made a motion for a better dance of 611 people. Thanks to Joe relationship for all. Blake, our chairman, and all the one's The board will adjourn until who helped. Also, it was great to see February because of the Holidays. Marcie and Oran Winston. Oran sure Let's make a New Year's Resolution looks good. that we make Key Ranch a better place Friday-the-thirteenth we had a clean to live. By having a better understan- up crew. C. D. Jordan worked all day. He ding with our friends and neighbors and drained the hot water heater and keeping our community clean. We have one of the nicest area's on the lake. So cleaned the outside of building and per- lets make it one of the friendliest. Some ch. of the women had a coffee to get better That night Margie and C. D. Jordan, acquainted. I think that is great. Lets Jack and Ruth LaCour, John and Jo keep our heads above the petty gossip. Blake, Hazel McGennis, Elaine Give a nice smile. A compliment when Kamenski, Grace Kirschner, and needed. Accept our friends for what Evelyn and Zale Hayne met and they are and not what we think they cleaned some more. We can't say we should be. don't clean windows because we did Have a Happy Holiday Season. If you and the inside of building. We got lots take a trip be careful. done and had lots of fun. We plan to do this again in two months - if you would Your Reporter like to help call me. Evelyn Hayne 110 E. Mitcham, Malak0ff 489.1292 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE TIRES & TUBES MONDAY-FRIDAY OP[N ALL DAY SATURDAY Ill i ii i iN iiii i i i ii i i By NORMABOA ~Z Reagan, former Trinidad Mayor There are things you fee l capable of Freeman Miller. We were happy to doing and there are things you are not have Stacy Dunacusky from the sure of. I don't know which t catagory I Malakoff News and Mayor Ernest fit in at this point. Jenkins from Trinidad. I want to express the gee< I and warm The bus arrived at It a.m. with feeling I have in words t o you, the patients and five volunteers. There people, about thewonderful experience were five VFW Posts represented I have hadtoday (Nov. 17) beside our own Post. We had 28 in at- i Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4133, tendance from Post 4133. We were hap- the Trinidad-Malakoff Po st, enter- py to have District 3 chairman of talned 37 patients from the Veterans Hospital Committee Bob Allen and his Hospital in Dallas, The pa tients are wife, Nita, also District 3 Chaplin varim~s ages, all are ill, but al >le to care Porath and his wife. Altogether with for themselves, patients, guests and post members we Guests started arriving a t I0 a.m. had ggpeople. One of our first guests wa is Sheriff Lunch consisted of fried chicken, Charlie Fields and then Judgt ~ Winston chicken and dumplings, salads, all kin- Creu Roads___ ds of vegetables and the desserts were --------something to see. All kinds of games SeIBOO] ] ~[enll were played from pool to bingo, cards Nov. 30- Dec. 4 and dominoes. BREAKFAST This project took a lot of hard work, Moaday: Cereal, juice, milk. planning and money. Everyone was Tuesday: toast, sausage, juic ~e, milk. tired when the bus pulled away to take Wednesday: Pancakes, juice,, milk. our guests home, but the wonder, warm Thursday: Clrlnamon toast :, juice, feeling inside took away all of the sore milk. feet, hurting backs and dish pan hands. t~'rlday: Donuts., juice, milk. LUNCH M'onday: Fish, macaroni and cheese, bake d beans, cern bread, milk, c ~ookie. Tut~sday: Fried chicken, w,hipped potatoes, green beans, hot rolls ;, milk, syrup. Wednesday: Chili dog, frenc| i fries, pinto be~ arts, millk, cake. Thursolay: Lat~agna, blackeye~ i peas, salad, mi,~k, fruifL Friday: Bari:,ecue on bun, ~[rench fries, pickles, i:heeee squares, milk, This is the king of thing the members of our post {get a lot of satisfaction from. We can take some of the bad things people have to say about us because there are bad pennies everywhere, but there wasn't one at our gathering today. This is what keeps us going. This is what makes us stick together as friends and members of our post. Thanks, everyone, for helping. ehool Me,nu 1~ t~/. 30-Dec. 4 Monday: Fi. sb Sticks, macaroni i and cheese, green beans, canned pea, :hes, hot rolls, butter '. Tuesday" % ~egetable soup ~ and crackers, peam ~t butter sandwk:hes, Jello, cookies, mi lk. Wednesday: S paghetti/meat sa uce, buttered peas L french brt ~ad, Jello/cockies, milk ~. Thursday: Ve~ |etable beef si:ew, baked macaroni and cheese, sli iced cheme, chilled pear ~, hot milk. Friday: Hambur, gers, salad, sit iced cheese, french frL es, baked helms, chocolate cake, milk. Over 72 n earn ~]00..,..0,~.|I0..,m..0.g.0Z,0..II"0"III""J""'"#''~ unlimited it tcomes : Are you 72 or older m ~d working? .: If you receive full Social Secvirity benefits, you can ear, n unlimited in- i come as of last Jan. 1), says Judith L. Warren, a family h ire ediucation specialist-ag~tL Warren is with the hm ~ne e('ono~:nics staff of the Texas Agricu dtured Exten- ii lion Service, The Texas ~ ~&MI Univer- i lity System. i The most popular breed oi ~ d, og in the i United States today is the po o~de. ~, ....................................................................... r~ A GREAT FARM And RANCH OWNERS PACKAGE POLICY, That OFFERS MANY TIMES MORE THAN AVERAGE iNSURANCE PROTECTION Apinst ANY KIND OF LOSS, At SAVINGSI introducing The Un icurl System "body without cur I" Redkin Retailer You'll h :ve The Look f-.--- And in oul* GIFT SHOP New FAD L Fashions by Gloria Vanderbilt Dbplay your ermft s on eonslgnment For more Infm rmadon emil Hwy, 90 N. Caney City 489-07t 11 For All 24 Hours A Day Your Needs coti 675 5771 7 Days A Week 31 2 Underwood Street Athens, Texas We install and service complete gas systems - * Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * JIM LATHAM INSURANCE OFF 420 E. ROYALL BLVD. P. O. BOX 1023 MALAKOFF, TEXAS 75148 ICE 489-0886 HOME 675-7815 FREE QUOTES AUTO FIRE LIFE HEALTH COMME COUNTRY FAIR Custom Draperies & Curtains Carva Beidler 489-0287 .... THE FEED BOX , 451-2331 at Michael's Cove u After church ~it us fo~ lunch. HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489-0810 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison OCHOA'S [STAURAII 489-1779 Womens Hwy 31 K&K KOAT Highway 31 East jell'Hopkins PRES( SHOPPI 106 N. Terry Marlin and Karen TANNER TV Antenna Sales & Railroad St. 489-0 THE BARBER SHOP East Roysll Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Family Wh~, does lilt put Mlch a pl'lnlLlnl O11 I)tI/alHC; " FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 E. 489-0991 THE MALAKOFF NEWS 489-0531 DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us" 611Highwq 31 East 48~1533 Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dulaney l'",C hccn tr~illg ft~r year., tt, lit junk f~od into a hol.nccd di~q, ~vrhL'll I ~(k'cccd ill tin)lhil}~ ~,o171C(>11C %,J)~- I})C ",, llJr'~ II r'l'C Itp/'cd in m~, la',or When l ll;li] [ WaSII'I ~'qn~I/ h, the chalh-'ng FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0506 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag Tbn l'I~ii~, ,.'lllphaMs 'd,C place OlI balarlcc I~ not atl ac,..'Menl, Mall lilt'., ;tJt~ri|~ hCCll iI% arc [hal (j(w.J built inlo hi',, ,,:z'call~)ll ortJ,..'r dJ]d .,hlbJlH}. Without ~,ol,,m~ lhe v,,h~le my~,lery. I rualizc lhd! m} ~qmilual gro,.~th has to kccp ix..'c v, ith In~, phyi~.al alld int,,:l[cctua] d~cLopmcnl. Worqlippm~ ach ~cck makes I;~r a ~clFbuk.lccd lilt, Sunday Mtmda'~ 'l'uc,,day Vdncsda,,l'hurda',l'rida~ Saturda,, ('olo~,~,ian,, Matthc',,~ [ ('orinlhian,, Mark Act~, Romam. ll,hc',ian', ",~ ~,'~ .... ~' I ~-2t 2:0. I0 26:2o ~( I I:-. .. ~:1 - IO 27 ~ ~, ~S14:5-0 .... COpyrtght ~[~sr ~,~l~ Advwflslng 5e~lce PO ~1o~ 80J4 Clmlkl~eswfl~ Vcrgma 2?906 Sc,,ptu*e,; Sele~e~l by the A,nl~,(an B~h~e o, ,ely I I I FIRS;I' BAI'TIST ('llUlt('llMAI.AKOI.'F VmST UnnTEI~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t)v'rmNtn)AI) METIIOI)IST cntur('Ul CROSS ROADS Danny Baler Minister C.~luey Clements, Pastor Elvin MCann, pastor Sunday School ............... 9:45a m Sunday s(:hooi., d ~ 1 .......... It) : iX) ~] r]~ Stmday School ................. 10:00a.m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... ll:00a.m. Morning Worship ............. tl:00a.m.Worship Service ............... ll:00a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:(X)pm,Evening Worship ................ 6:30pro. Sunday Ntght ................... 6:00 p.m. Wednesday ..................... 7:O0p.m.Wednesday Chancel Choir ...... 7:3Op.m. Wednesday Night ............... 7:30p.m. CBO~ BOAI)S United Methodist Women meet FIRST UNITEI) METHODIST UNITED METi/OI)IST ('IIUBCH2nd and 4th Mondays .......... 2:30 p.m, ('IIUBI'It OF TRINn)AI) Bandy Warren, Pastor FFF meets 1st and 3rd Tim ~dwards, Minister Sunday Morning Worship ........ 9:30am Tuesdays .................... [t:00a.m.Sunday School .................. 9:45a.m. Sunday School., .............. 10:30 a,m. ('AI,VARY BAPI'IST CItUII('II Sunday Morning Warship ....... 1o:50 a.m. BibleStudy ................... 6:30pro OF TIIINIDAD Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. (;ospel Singing BIll Watson, Minister UMYF ......................... fi: 45 p,m Every 2nd Friday uf month ...... 7:30 p.m.. Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m Fellowship Supper TIIINIDAI) Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45a,m.4th Wednesday ................ 6:30p.m. ('IILTR('II t)F ('lIB IST Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00pro. l.,adies Bible Stndy, Tuesday ..... 9:30a.m. Robert Foster, Minister 77H.253~ Sunday Evening Worship........ 7:00 p.m. FIBST BAPTIST CItUBCIi Sunday School .................. 9:3Oa.m. Wednesday ..................... 7:3op.m. OF MALAKOFF Sunday Morning Worship ...... to: 30 a.m. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 6:30 n.m. James Cheatham, Pastor Sunday Evening Worship....... 6:00p.m. "MAI,AKOFF Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Song Service ............ 5:30 p,m. CIIUBCII (IF CIIBIST Sunday Morning Worship....... 11:00 a.m. Wednesday M ,d-week ........... 7:30 p. m Ja,m.. I. ~rl,,aer, Mini=let Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Bible Study ..................... 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Worship ............. 7:00p.m. Class ...................... io:00a m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:25 a.m.Royal Ambassadors, Sunday .... 6:00 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONABY Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. Girls AuxiLiary, Sunday ......... 6:00 p.m. BAI TIST('IIt R('II Wednesday Service.. .6:30p.m. WMU, Tuesday ................. 9:00a.m. Johnny Cro~ch, Paator , Wedn sday Ladies Bible Class 10:00 am Choir Practice: Sunday School ................ 9:45a.m. MALAKOPF , Celebration Sunday ........... 6:00p.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:55 a.m. ASSEMBLY OF (;oil 'Young Musicians, Wednesday. 3:30 p.m~ Training Service .............. 6:o0 p,m. Ken Jones, Pastor ST. JUDE'S Mi~ION "" Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:45 p.m. Sunday School .................. 9:45 a,m. Father B.G. Eades Wednesday Night Sunday Morning Worship ...... 10:45 a.m Services held at Luther Lane at Hwy, 85 WMA ........................ 6:45p.m.Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00pro Sunday Mass .................... 8:30a.m. Prayer Meeting ............... 7:30 p.m. Wednesda), Mid-week Serv~.e... 7:00 p.m.. sund~ ~ School Immediately after mass .c,EE ]] LUMBER CO. CITIZENS STATE BANK 206 East Royall Blvd. 489.0527 North Terry Gene Berry, manager , 489-0530 firms JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489.0910 Interested J&J ENTERPRISES R.H. Lee Park Your Host .... Jude and Judy Glasscock in our community. CITY SUPPLIES, West Royall LAKESll BEAUTY Caney City Melinda WatsOn, ROYALL & BUICK 5lOW. FOOD MALAKOFF, Highway 31 Open Fri. and Sat. PERRYBRO E. HIEhW@31 489.0 2 c&N Animal ]wy. 31 489-1899