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January 15, 1981

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r / The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 15, 1981--3 i talking with Mrs. Jesse Green at I II t6"c6md'home for a visit. She said that Polly Walker ---- 489-1484 Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Bangs motored to drew, of Athens, The Fergus0ns are grocery store, she told us that Jesse they would really like to see him. Of Beaumont and picked up H.F. Garrett also visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob lea, their son, who plays for the Pit- course all of his friends wish him a very for a two weeks visit in Malakoff. His Ferguson of Malakoff and Mr. and Mrs. , /,-'~gh Steelers is still on the inactive speedy recovery and hope that he can daughter, Joyce, and her husband, Andrews of Athens. Billy returned ( ~ Jesse was injured in a game just soon return to Malakoff for a visit. Leonard of Beaumont came and picked home on Tuesday, but Mary and Hilary [ Thanksgiving and did not get to up Mr. Garrett and took him hack stayed for an extended visit with Mrs. ~"~ in Dallas when the Steelers came Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker visitedhome. Andrews, who underwent surgery in ~"ilay the ~owboys. He is still under with Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews onMr. and Mrs. Leonard Alexander and Mother Francis Hospital in Tyler last .... __.~)~,~l~rvision-so has been unable Monday night, family of Dallas spent one day with Mr. Wednesday. She returned home on and Mrs. A.W. Bangs recently. Sunday. Jerene Laughrey has been getting a Mrs. Lardy Almond returned home lot of questions lately about "The from Mother Francis Hospital on Flowers in Her Atticl" If you have read Saturday. the book you know that it is about some Mrs. D.B. Owens spent the weekend children a grandmother hid for her with her daughter, Mrs. E.A. Miller in daughter in the attic. It seems that we Athens. gave Jerene three children in our write- Mike Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. up (April, Michele, and Gary) that she Vernon Bailey of Malakoff is in traction nyway,yiends of Joe and Linda Berry from patient at Navarro County Memorial did not have. To get the record straight, for a hack and neck ailment, in Brown- t DorseCedar Creek area will sponsor a Hospital in Corsicans where she has she has one ehild, April Michele and one wood Hospital. year ~efit dance for the couple at the recently undergone surgery for cancer, husband Gary. Sorry about that Jerene. Mr. and.Mrs. Colonel Turlington of ca: Molar Creek Lounge in Caney City She is still in critical condition. Even though she said that it made for I~,e~e~risited with Mrs. Earl Allen last . tumqwday from 1 p.m. until all food is Mrs. Berry, a resident of Trinidad some lively conversation with her Sunday. Other guests in the home of !all, Ja~e. The dinner will sell for $3 a plate and former Malakoff resident, is a for- family. They wanted to know where she Mrs, Allen were Mrs. Blanche Tram- Les, ana]kil you can eat. meT employee of Sue's Fried Chicken. had her children hidden, mel and Kay Pulley of Athens. bedroo~rodeeds from the sale will go into Everyone is invited to the dinner, to Word reached the News office on Mesdames William CarUidge, Wm. Berry Fund at Citizens State help the Berrys out on the growing Monday that Earl Lewis of Rockdale Johnston and Margaret Correy of in Malakoff. Mrs. Berry is a hospital bills they are faced with. was found dead in his car on Sunday. He MalakoffattendedaW.M.U. meetingin is the son of Patricia Robertson, for- LaRue on Thursday morning from 10 marly of Malakoff. Graveside services until 12. There were approximately 50 were held on Tuesday in Malakoff. The people there from the various churches family met in the home of Mrs. Jesse in the country. The program was on Robertson after the service. Fashion in WMU and each phase of Bro. Charles Jackson of Fellowship program depicted a fashion. Baptist Church of Athens taught a study course Sunday through Wednesday night at the First Baptist Church in Log Cabin Swingers Malakoff for the adults and youth on the Book of ehilippians, elect new officers Mrs. Pat James and children of Win- field visited with Mrs. Llllle Lewis recently. The Log Cabin Swingers Square Dan- Mr. and Mrs. George Praleher ofce Club started the new year under the Cross Roads visited in/the home of Mrs. leadership of their new officers. Jesse Robertson and Mrs. Carva Mac and Jesse McGee will serve in Beldler on Sunday. the office of president; James and Two now houses are being built on the Virginia Jones will serve as vice- government project in Malakoff. One is presidnt; C.R. and Bonnie Evans will being built on the west end of Main serve as treasurer; and Roy and Lou Street for the Joe Ruth Family. They (Almond) Wilson will serve as are presently tearing the house down secretary. where Bill Norvelles lived in Malakoff At their first meeting refreshments for many years. Alberta Dawson is also were served to the 120 members and receiving a new house on West Highway guests. Guests attended from Athens 31. We are happy that these people are Pea Pickers, Rambling Rose of Tyler, receiving new homes on this program. Flaffooters of Mesquite, Swingers of Mrs. Vernell Robertson and Corsicans, and Plain-O-Squares of daughter, Lands Carol and two gran- Piano. The grand march was led by dchildren of Tucker visited in the home area vice president Bill and Olivia of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ruth recently. Reames and Mac and Jesse McGee. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. 8ehoil were in Upcoming events for the Swingers in- Athens on Monday on business and to clude the presentation of Caller Kellis i proper Verla KayCook EdwardLawreoceWilbanks visit with her sister, Mrs. Gladys Miller on Jan. 17, and on Jan. 24 the reason t " Willlford. group will visit Tri City Promenaders Bobble and Jaekie Lawley, Nell and to retrieve a Banner. im the N deduc~211 I]F g~ fill Emily of Fayetteville, North Carolina The Swingers also have active teen :'s for returned home after spending an ex- dancers, and spectators are always tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. welcome. Beginner basic lessons will insuraV DeWayne Seat and Mrs. Mac Baker.begin Tuesday, Feb. 3, from 8 to 10 p.m. _ _ ~e Rev and Mrs O B Cook ofthe Athens Little Theatre. He is curren- Mrs. Annie Sunday passed away at the Big Red Barn. Instructor will be :loen~, .... ~akoff have announced the tly employed by Oil States Rubber Co. Friday morning at 4 a.m. at Cam-de af- Troy Ray. = : pgement and approaching ter an extended illness. Funeral seT- " Z'u~J-.~iageof their daughter, Verla Kay M.L. Drake Children's vices were held at Metcalf F~lvrla~ Happy birthday g mey apevine, to Edward Lawrence ..... Home on Saturday at 12 noon. Her '=u. t~ )asks of Athens t hrlstmas l 'und report daughter, Mary Seat, and Mr. and Mrs. Happy birthday l-Donna Coitlow, 'ea praise - future bridegroom is the son of Contributions received from the Dewayne Seat, "BebbL,,~llt ~ Joe),. of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.$. Coltiow .. ~and Mrs William L Wilbanks of of Malakoff celebrated her second biT. suttle~ns. . . Malakoff Church of Christ in thepaamKott attended me funeral. They thday last Thursday, January 8th. She as qult=_ amount of $22.80, and from Mr. William returned home on Sunday. ,. ot i~e wedding will take place of Feb A Evans of H mb r New or ' The movie entitled "Heavenly Dace was honored with a party at the Day . . a u g Y k rathe ,, din" 7 p.m. m the First Assembly of amount of$25 rained' " the total con- tion., will he shown next Sunday nig 't Care Center with her friends and also a $.. o]Church in Malakoff tributions to $142.80, when added to the at me First Baptist Church at 7 p.m. party at home with her parents, her m . /"_ _.,,~ oride-elect is a graduate oy re io b lnc The moviedepictsthecultmovementln sister Margaret, her brother John, p v us aa e of $197.32 made a total .... ;he lso~, koff High School, Tarrant County grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stokes of $340.12 for the fund. our coumry. veryone is mwted to at- of Kaufman, Reda, Bubba and Chrtstl a for College and Sam Houston State , A total of $238.43 was spent for tend. ~le. ~ Matthews of Malakoff, Scott ~s as s~erslty' She also attended Texas Christmas for two needy families with Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sprayberry of Malakoff, Kyle Barnett o ~o i~,en's University. She is currently nine children. There is now a balance of G.V. Walker this past week were Mr. ~'trust"Uoyed by K&K Jewelry, New York, $101.69 in the fund to be spent next an.d Mrs. B.ll!y Fergus.on and .dangh~r, of Trinidad, and Todd 8helton of .. ~e future bridegroom is a graduate Christmas. rlnary, o~ w~miela and Stacy Lynn ~tn- Malakoff. e ottenklTI -- _ n_t.J Itayburn High School and atten- Malukoff Cemetery donations ' 'lenderson County Junior College Texas Eastern University at WI " is a member of Kiwanis, the D.D. Tiner, $25; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Elms.Francis Miller, in memory of the a~Pale Lodge and is vice president of Vieregge, in memory of L.L. and David Billy W. Everitt, Hazel B~,ers (Bunella Vieregge, $10; Mr. and Mrs. Rollin J. Dodson's brother and s ster) $50. y, lits-of[. -- coupons Horn, $75; Mrs. F.M. Wood, in memory Also, Mr. ami,MilL AI Inman, in nv h [-e-p cut food cost of her father and mother, Ernest and memory of Margaret Jo Bradshaw, Lettie McLain, $25; Leona, Gary and Jo $25; Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Jackson, $10; - Lewis, in memory of Margaret Joand Mrs. and Mrs. W.R. Morgan, in tha ty e nts-off coupons can help cut food Bradshaw, $20; and Mildred Roberts memory of Hazel Byers, $10. ..... '~ if t the 1~'| they are for products your in whic[ -Yn,eeds and enjoys, says Marilyn Malakoff school menu _ ~ famii~.~,ru,.'~ a foods and nutrition JANUARY lg-23 "_ alist e casu~j)n,t bu Monday: In-Service. 1980 Y products just because you Tuesday: Chicken and dumplings, buttered corn, pineapple tidbits, hot rolls. coupon, though, she adds. Wednesday: Hamburgers, french fries with catsup, lettuce and pickles, pinto :inAug~om~(aggard is on .the home beans, jello. ~,lor7~' . cs staff of the Texas Thursday: Over fried chicken, green beans, whipped potatoes, hot rolls. ,o,,, (Ultural Extension Service The Friday: Corny dogs with mustard, french fries, orange slices, cake squares, l~ses~'~s A&M University System. milk. Faff and II' i Yes. It costs more to enjoy them today... How many do you have? The price ol electricity has gone up in recent years and must continue to go up to enable Texas Power & Light Company to keep pace with the drastically rising costs ot producing and supplying electric power. Even so, take a look at your most recent elec- trio bill. Divide the amount ot the bill by the number of days of service it covers. This was your average daily cost. Now, make a list of the electric appliances and equipment in your home and think of the conveniences, comiorts and pleasures they provided. Isn't electricity still one oI the best buys in your family budget? TEXAS POWER & LI(;HT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility ude S~ for bery s! limited 1. A pollI be acc , ;rance nor woO , or tl# prope ml losSi tion. may OOl ize ded~ the "ld act re~ prep~ ation fts." lti ~sses ~! ',an sel~ i; 60 I Good Selection Clothes for the entire family! White sale on bed and bath accessories and m. , linens- much, much more! at ters at: Ir a wil,~ )[ T s at )ne reS( d DEP STORE tter-ba * , cou,i IN Malakoff tS in ~ ( 4 i p, ( l Cedar Creek Bank now has avail- amount of money you normally able for you a special NOW keep in your checking account. ACCOUNT (negotiable order of Were- very excited about this withdrawal). The NOW AC- rewarding new alternative to the COUNT is a landmark in banking; standard checking account. If you it is the first checking account in want to find out more, just qive us history that earns you interest. a call or come by Cedar Creek The NOW ACCOUNT will work in Bank. The NOW ACCOUNT, we're principle just like a checking doing more for you, everyday. account, except that you will earn interest by maintaining a minimum balance. The amount of interest you earn will depend on the Cedar Creek Bank I?(). B.x 43412/Sm,cn Fhints,Tcxas ZSI43 /(214) 432-]611/Mcmtx'r FI)I(, L