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December 4, 1980

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The Malakoff_Ne_ ws, Th_urs_da _y.D_ec. 4 _19_8 _A ..... I II ly Walker 489-1484,,, Mrs. Tom Lee had their Land families for Thanksgiving those attending were of Cross Roads, the family of Corsicana, Lee and fiance, Shenley and Mr. and Mrs. Portland; and Steve Foster and family of Houston. Members of the Lakeside Baptist Church motored to Dallas last Saturday night for the purpose of attending a concert presented by "'Dallas Holmes" at Bronco Bowl stadium. There were 22 persons participating in the outing and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. The group returned home near midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scrimshire enjoyed a lovely Thanksgiving with Mrs. Max Scrimshire of Odessa~ Mrs. Rabble Mrs. John Chang of Tapei, the past weekend with Robertson and Mrs. Carva met the Changs in with her nephew, last spring. The Changs at the First Baptist Sunday morning and the in Trinidad at First on Sunday night. The attends the Southwestern Fort Worth. Mrs. Chang is~ the Seminary and T.C.U. Van Horne of Hen- fn the home of her Lillle Lewis and her Mrs. Jesse Robrtson, as relatives in Malakoff and Redmon, Oregon week visiting with her Jesse Robertson and her s. Carva Beidler and Llllle her brothers, Roy, Relief On Thursday Mesdames and Robertson went to with Mr. and Mrs. Joe ~' returned on Sunday to find Russell was joined by her and Mrs. Smoke, on. ;pent Thanksgiving knd Mrs. Don Andrews of They also celebrated boris Andrews' birthdays. twins, but grandmother hter. Doris is Mrs. Andy Athens Stacy is the: Irews. home of Mr. and Mrs. over the holidays were llefner of Longview and Mrs. S.E. Arnold of Conroe holidays with Linda Cartlldge, Steve of Rails spent the past sister and husband, Mr. rvey Cook. Valmore Rogers went for Thanksgiving with Mr. Arthus of Liberty the Edwin Arthus at Hampy's and the of Malakoff, for the t~lrs.~ Leroy Almond motored join others in celebrating with her brother and Mrs. Giendon Montya. visited with her paren- 3ohwM0ntya, o~ Vermon, ~ they. attended the ~their, foster daughter, to John Johnsto of'" of Palmer spent Sun- parents, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mrs. Pearl Mr. and Mrs. Tom Deal- t of Stanley, La.; Mr. and of Crockett; Mr. ad 8afford of Corsicana and of Malakoff. OFFICERS of the Sixth Grade class at Malakoff Schools were elected recently. Pictured, bottom row, left to right, is Micheal ltoyt. Darren Allen, Scan MeKean and Sean Farrell. Middle row is Vannita Dawson, Scan Stenovitch. Greg Ashlock, Chris McCiary and Chuck Mesa. Back row is Robie White, Paula Leatherwood, Lisa Dyer, Missy Glasgow and Joel Knox. (Staff photo by l,ori Callaway) The sixth grade classes of Malakoff Elementary School recently studied the election process and held their own election of class officers. Under the direction of teachers, Larry Allen, Mary Louise Jackson and Patty Curtis, the students held primaries and conventions and cam- paigned for office. They studied the candidates and issues of the national election as well. The following officers were elected: Greg Ashlock, president; Scan Stenovitch, vice president; Paula Leatherwood, secretary; and Missy Glasgow, treasurer., Homeroom officers elected were: Governors- Vannita Dawson, Robie White, and Darrin Allen; Senators - Chuck Mesa, Sean Farrell, and Chris McClary; and reporters- Michael Hoyt, Joel Knox, and Lisa Dyer. names The sixth grade class of Malakoff Elementary School announced "Students of the Month" for October this week. Students are chosen on the basis of classroom cooperation and general at- titude.snd beimviour, exemplifying the ideals of good citizenship. Those chosen were Sean'Stenovitch and Debbie Boatright in Mrs CuPtis' homeroom; Pamela Fisher and Robert Fort in Mr. Allen's homeroom: and Tonya Stevens and Chris McClary in Mrs. Jackson's homeroom. Service news __ JAMES T. ROBERTSON Army National Guard Private James Students receiving the honor in Sep- tember were Anna Kocurek and Keith Teeas, Christy Evans and Michael Pate, Sharla Slayton and Billy Markham: It's a Mr., and Mrs. Jim Day of Malakoff announce the birth of their son, Jonathan Michael, born Nov. 22 at Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler. The new baby arrived at 6:34 p.m. and weighed 4 lbs. 9 oz. at birth. He is welcomed at home by his six- ' year-old sister, Nicole. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Burton of Trinidad and '[ paternal grandparents are Mr. and T. Robertson, son of Sue Robertson of Mrs. Reagan Dingier of Athens. of the late Albert Foster: Route I, Trinidad, and Thomas Rober- ~r at the Malakoff Lion's tson of 705 Midway Road, Seagoville, ;giving Day for a reunion, recently completed a tracked-vehicle 0yed the bountiful meal mechanic course at the U.S. Army Ar- p. They included: Mrs.mor School, Fort Knox, Ky. Ison, Roy, Ginger and " During the course, students were KatherlneWelch; Alma trained to repair engines, tran- Mac McLaln and family of smissions, and the fuel, electrical and lap Morrlson and familyof hydraulic systems of the Army's ds; Dale Morrison and tracked-vehicles. They also learned to lhert Martin, Maydell perform recovery operations for aban- [family, and Joan and Lyle doned, damaged, disabled or mired rnily of Garland; Betty and vehicles. of Enid, Okla.; Patsy Classfied Ads Sell ,ling m; Charles Foster of C.R. Foster and family, Call 489-0531 le Starts we will be open 9-8 for your shopping convenience. in MALAKOFF 'rl ,[ ll 35 Lite Christmas Wra Flashing Set Single Roll r Or clear 99 metal IS" Silver Icicles 355 sq, ft, Only Artificial Tree I000 Strands Large Assortment of to Pantor and Larry of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Parry Scrimshire and family of Tool as guests in their home. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker over the holidays were: Mrs. Morris Sawyer of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy of Athens and Mrs. Billy Ferguson and lllllary, of Winfield. The Billy Ferguson's of Winfield spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Jim Bob Ferguson. On Friday Mary and Lou Ann Ferguson went shopping at Town East in Dallas. Thanksgiving was celebrated a day early from the looks of the sacks of groceries that Bobby Karen Faggin was taking to the Texas Clay Products office. She said that they were having a smoked turkey to add to all the trim- mings in her sacks. Everyone including the manager of Food Fare was trying to wiggle an invitation to the party, without any luck. Mrs. Chuck Condreay returned home Wednesday following surgery at Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. Thanksgiving Day guests with Lori, Larry, Jeffrey and Rendi Callaway in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Monroe and Todd, Llnda and Jim Cope and Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Sparks, of Trinidad, and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Callaway. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Callaway and children, Faith and Lyle, were in Gon- zales, La. for Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Callaway and Cindy. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396 2881 OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 -ROSA LE i N S-LI RA-N- --AG E Cy;--- HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. 489-0520 , ~e See... Sue Barnett Malakoff 510 W. 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