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December 17, 1981

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ZA--The Malskoff News, Thursday, Dee, 17, Imi , t ! as an O n "ust in O e Box 509 ABOUT CHRISTMAS send, then forwarding them on to him. for a child than his own toilet Concern and caring is heart-warming They will be included in our special roller would be a toilet that any time, but especially so at Christ- Christmas section, to be delivered to ' flush at will. I've known mas time. your mailbox on Christmas eve. children that didn't like to It is the season that brings out the Each year our hearts are warmed by toilet. best in most everyone. You find groups children who are concerned about ****'****" visiting athespitalsandnursinghomes, others. We always find one or two We attended a special children taking gifts to others who live children that we are concerned about, program at the Cedar in orphanages, fruit baskets and food and try to determine if that child will, in Church Sunday night. supplies for needy, and collections of fact, have a good Christmas. highlighted, for me, at least, toys for these who have none. We also watch each year for our "An- by John McDade and Mildred We have received our share of con- nual Classic," the let[er where the child It was filled with cern and caring in the past couple of asks for the most unusual gift.and a reading of the ( weeks prior to and following Amy's It came early this year, with the first Making the trip with us were knee surgery. Friends have sentbatch of letters to arrive. One little one burs of our children's Sunday flowers, cards, called to see how she asked Santa for his very own "play classes, who are planning was doing, she has received gifts and toilet." Christmas special Suede prayers have been offered in her name. It sounded like a legitimate request to Children make anythin It is heartwarming when there is a me. I can appreciate a child wanting his Melissa couldn't resist need to realize that others care. own toilettoplaywith, singing when the choir Whether it is knee surgery, serious When Chad was a toddler his favorite In A Manger," Megan went illness in the family or lack of food and pasttime was to unroll the toilet tissue tel time to light the candles toys for Christmas that the need stems down the hall, into the bedrooms, and in dropped candle tallow on from, sharing love becomes a non- a winding path throughout the house. Jed and Chris were very seasonal, appreciated happening. He got in trouble for it so many times at the end of the pew and **"****'* that Joe Rayfield built him his very own complete control of Picky, One of our favorite things about toilet paper unroller for Christmas one Chad. We did leave Amy, Christmas here at The News office is year and even supplied the toilet tissue Todd unattended, and the annual arrival of Letters To Santa for several weeks. We still have that the whole thing while he na from area children, piece of equipment stored and I see it It was an evening filled The News helps Santa out each year occasionally, mas sounds, the love of by printing letters that the children The only thing that could be more fun children. announced the arrival of a baby girl in- 10 Years Ago to their home. Born at. an Athens Hospital, she weighed 7 pounds and 10 Malakoff's Bennle Johnson was the ounces. She has been named "Terry only player from Malakoff making the Kathryn." first team, but otherscameclose. The piano students of Miss Willie On the second team, offense Malakoff West will be presenting their annual placed Jessie Green and Johnson. church program Thursday evening, Picky Armstrong and David Tapley Dec. 13, at the First Methodist Church were chosen for second team defense, at 7 p.m. Seniors Paula Green, Pat Hedge, Jacquie Leopard, Britt Thompson, 40Years Ago Yvette Towrdey, Regina Wiley and Shelia Wiley were named to the honor John Bankston, Malakoff cafe and roll at Malakoff High School. automobile service man, was named by the Commissioners Court of Henderson 30 Years ago County on Saturday as the new Justice of the Peace of Precinct No. 8. James Willis Robert.son, Seaman The Women's Club met Thursday in USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rober- the home of Mrs. J. D. Waller with Mrs. teen of Malakoff, arrived today aboard Paul Bankston as co-hestess. Miss Iva the Attack Transport USS Lenawee af- Weathorford was guest speaker. ter an 8-month tour of duty in the Far Little Miss Lorene Whitely, ll-year- East. old school girl from the Brown cam- Marlin Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. munlty, suffered a broken right arm H. P. Spicer of Route, I, Malakoff, has while at play on the school campus here advanced to Damage Cotnrelman Third" Monday afternoon. Class, while serving aboard the high speed transport USS Begor with the Pacific Fleet. Sgt. Raymond Ruth, son of Mri and Mrs. Carl Ruth, recently arrived in Guam, where he will work as flight engineer for the 54th Strategic Recon- naissance Squadron. Elves Dalrymple of Alley community, more recently from Houston, has ac- cepted a barber's position in the Joe Barnett Barber Shop here. Six students out of approximately 80 in high school made the A Honor Roll this six weeks--Sonny Cade, Jack Humphries, Pat Humphries, Hilda Johnson, Jeasielene Thomas and Nancy Venable. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ferguson have The Malakoff-Athens controversy over the naming of the oil field in this vicinity has added another debating member to ~the argument :--~Cross Roads feels She, too, "should come in for a slice, of the pie. 50 Years Ago The condition of all roads around Malakoff during the past few days has become much improved over the con. dition in which they were placed during the continued rains of last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peters Tuesday morning, a fine baby daughter. They have named the little lady Margaret Jo. Stony Miller of Trinidad received an [ T~'~:I Published Continuously I~XAS ~ I Since 1913 ~.o. I The Malakoff N~ws Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavali Assistant to the Editor .................................... Lorl Cailaway Advertising Representative ............................... Ann Johnston Production ........................................... Stacy Dunacusky The Mnlakoff News (3~6750) is published weekly by Athens Prin/Jng co. at Malak~f, 'Ix., post office address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx 7514& Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County ($3 for senior citizens); $6..50 per year in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second-class postage paid at Mal,.koff, 'Ix. 7514& POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 500, Malakoff, 'Ix. 75148. , l I I 'J Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Name Address City State __ Zip New Address: Name, Address City State ________ Zip , Mail to: The Malakoff News, accidental charge of shot had heard a noise neal had taken the gun out with vestigate. After returning to he stood the gun up next to his bed and as the gun was accidentally and the charge took effect in hand. Marketing is key to farm crop The financial rewards TexaS: reap this year will depend their ability as astute farm Developing pricing strl evaluating marketing tivities that distingu marketers" from "farm says an economist Agricultural Extension ServiCe, A&M University System. Before considering marketing options, farmers estimate current production projected harvest costs breakeven price. variable costs with the per co~ willenable the producer decision. Lone Star Gas Company, in accocdance 43(I) of Article 1446c V.A.T.C.S., the Company's intent to implement a mtm including a cnst of natural Ipm service to be charted to the commercial consumm in the City of lonuuq 5, 1982. The into schedule is expected to fure~ cNt incmm in the Company's ~num ti~ aOdommrcial customer A Stdemont of Intent has been Mekkoff end is available fm inspection panfs hednnss office located at 309 Athens: Texas 75751. CITATION BY THE STATE OF TEXAS Toc ~qf Mo~e, Respondent:. GR[rINGS: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to aPP~ befm'e the ltonm'able 173rd Court, Tmu, at the Courtheuse of uid Count/in of o~ bofoce lO o'clock a.m. of the Monday expiration at 20 da~ from the date of citotion, ~ end there Mno~, Petitioner, filed in said Coud on D,ember, 1981, apinst Gary Mo~e, said suit heinil numbered 81A-752 Coud, and entitled "In The Matter of thk Moore and GeO Moore", the nature a reqNst to Divorce. The C~ld has authority in this suit judlment m docrn the p~diq f~r the dimion of dlng TO you. The Corn1 has authority in this suit judlPnent or decree in the bin(rinK upon yon, includinll the paront-child relationship, the and the consent TO the child adoption. , if this citation is not served within the date of its issuance, it shell P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 The office~ exw.uUn| this writ droll ...... same sccocdin| to requirements of laW, smmmw~~.~.~.~--.~ ~0~: dotes h~0(, and m~ke dun return m the; * I~ed end llivn under my hand and t Coud at Athens, Texas, this the 7th day Yes, ! want to subscribe! 1.1. Lelis Ms ( ) Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News. En- 173rd closed is my check for $ . flen~ Name ~ S. Ha! Address ... L7---- INVITATION TO t~ty state__ z~p ~__ ( ) Please send a gift subscriptior', ~ my name. Enclosed is my check for ~ .. _. ][ $ "l~e City of Malakoff is acCvJ ----' for a 1982 Police Vehicle. pt Send to: t bidders may obtain specificat Name ~ the City Manager's office, Address ..... ' - i City Hall, Malakoff, Texas. 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