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J The Malbkoff News, Thursday, Feb. 12, 1981--3A Polly Walker ------ 489-1484 I kcat anyone knows the whereabouts of formerly of Malakoff on Mitcham Street, or Tom who raduated at the Malakoff schOOl' 50 years ago, contact Riddlesperger, 526 N. Terry, Texas 75148. It seems that f this previous class live namely, George, Faye Lewis, Christine Skiles Gracle Welborn and Toodle and they would like to contact the and have a reunion. I believe were 19 members in this class. Cross has been very ill in Hospital in Dallas. Drake visited her on Sun- members of the Providence Church joined Cross Roads 1st, Payne Springs Baptist, Baptist of Trinidad, Crescent ~ Baptist and Cayuga Drive Bap- Fellowship Hall in TP&L for a GMA, Galleians and Banquet on Monday night of Dorinda Boykln of Tool . Award, Terrl Cox Jr. Miss G.M.A. and Casey received runner-up for Mr. Sun- We do not know who the other winners were and could not find time for publication. These all attend Providence Baptist I. Julia Hernandez underwent at the Henderson County Hospital on Friday. She is in Mrs. Mary Stehig visited her and several times since that she would be in the tal at least two weeks. Her been here visiting with Stelzig went to visit her uncle at Cream Level Road on . Mary had as guests on Sunday Mrs. Horace Schrader of Carol ' well. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy with her parents, Mr. Walker on Sunday. i. Zelma Cook has been confined to with the flu for the past week. hope that she is able to get out soon, and resume her many Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reese and friends. David and Debbie Reuse were also guests in their home as well as visiting with Debbie's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. James Cheatham. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Arthus of Liberty spent the weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Arthus and his sisters and their families. Mrs. Marsha Grant of Dallas spent the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate. Jim Humphrles of Trinidad visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond on Saturday. Mrs. Charles Thompson and her daughter, Janet, and son, Harold, spent the weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dunn. We known that Mesquite after enjoying his company for the past ten days. The Alton Chambers really have plenty to brag about. Not only about Mike, but Alva Jo Houston, their daughter, of Topeka, Kansas called and related the news that five month old granddaughter, Nlki, has two teeth. Bill, her daddy, is also mighty proud of Niki. Travis and Margaret Gowan are home after being in Quinto, Ecuador for the past several months. They are staff artists with Radio Station HCJB in South America. They have served with the International shortwave facility since 1968. Travls uses his chalk presentation to full advantage on a large 4x8 multi- READY.FOR VALENTINES--Members of the T.E.L. Class of First Baptist Church held a Valentine party Feb. 3 at the church. The party was hosted by Allle Howard and Lela Belle Dodson. The ladles wore hats and dressed up for the oc- casion. (Staff photo by Loci Callaway) Velds Dunn was happy to see them, because Harold, who works in Marshall Tanner visited with her (we think) found her a beautiful antique Emory Tanner of Fort Worth, bed, which they were delivering to her. as well as with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O.D. McCann left Petty and Mr. and Mrs. Her- Tuesday to spend several days in recently. Buddy is still Houston with their grandchildren and Pierce was joined in Malakoff daughter, Louise Hydleburg of They both motored to to attend the funeral of Mr. Aston Bond. Florence of Houston dropped by to Mr. and Mrs. Pierce when this same funeral. Mrs. could not attend the funeral as a bad cold. She is much ira- and Mrs. Wade Hampton of spent the weekend visiting mother, Mrs. Leroy Kirby and ,rds, !i, S calf ,n m ,unsJ! ~all~ ndy 'L TZ. fill the# their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bur- ton. Jim Hinton of Star Harbor died last Sunday night and they took his body to Illinois for interment. Mesdames Betty and Jim Hinton Sr. have both lost their husbands in death during the past several months. We known that this has been a terrible shock to them. Mrs. Lela Bell Dodson visited with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Lewis last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambers at- tended the Fat Stock Show in Fort Wor- th and visited with their son, Mike, recently. While there Mike was entered in a Look-A-Like Elvis Presley contest at the Ridgelea Mall and won $50. Jo said that it was better money than the army paid him considering the time it took. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate retur- ned their grandson to his home in aprice STICKER PRICE $10,397.00 OUR PR I STICKER PRICE $9525.00 JUST n Preparation, and A Prospect. This was based on the 25rd Psalms. Mrs. William Cartlldge is the teacher of this class and the luncheon was held at noon lastTuesday in Fellowship Hall at the First Baptist Church on Mitcham Street, 15 attended. The Malakoff Parents and Teachers met on February 10th 7 p.m. for the purpose of forming a P,T.O. The group met in the high school home economics room. Acting officers for the meeting were: Jerene Laughery, president; Linda Johnson. treasurer; Jackie Hightower, secretary; Jackle Harper, parllmen- tarian; Gary Laughery, sergeant at arms. These officers were to be voted on as well as a vice-president was to be found. Mrs. Thelma Netherly of Star Harbor is in the Henderson County Memorial Hospital. We do hope that Mrs. Netherly is back home soon. Mrs. Eva Hulln reports good services at First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 Sun- day with the Rev. R.C. Hedge in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Syria Hulin were in Franklin Sunday to attend funeral ser- vices for a relative. Mr. Hulin is now suffering from the flu, and his wife has just recovered. Edna Tarver has returned home from the hospital and is doing fine. Her mother, Mrs. Lena Mitchell, is also now at home from the hospital. OUR PRICI Iews' t Malakoff Cemetery Donations Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Jackson, $10; Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Morgan, in memory of Hazel Byers (Bunella Dodson's sister) $I0; Trude Leopard, $I0; Mary Stelzig, in memory of Maggie Lene Willis, $10; paneled board. Special lighting enhan- Velma Nokes, in memory of Jo Brad- ces his colorfully drawn South .shaw,$15;andMalakoffLion'sClub, in American landscapes and Spanish colonial street scenes. Complimenting her husband's artistry, Margaret Gowan uses music to highlight and add her special perspective as the painting is completed. In creating their special unique presentation, the Gowans stress missionary radio worldwide as they blend together their ministries in art, music and the spoken word. They are connected with The World Radio Missionary Fellowship out of Opa-locka, Florida. They make their home in Malakoff and are almost always at home for the month of August. The T.E.L. Sunday School Class at the First Baptist Church had their Valentine luncheon last week and for a first in a long time they all decided to wear hats. They really looked neat and dressy in their lovely creations. They had a super time as well ,~as el gooct devotional given by Kathleen McCann, who is teacher of another class. The ,e devotional was on 6 P's, namely A Per- ~ son, A Provision, A Pathway, A Peril, III iiila Jw] STICKER PRICE $7011.00 OUR PRICE LIST PRICE $10,G06.00 OUR PRICE Dorothy Brownlow, Pattie Rutherford, Earl Smith, Cowboy Ray, ,kl Lester Simmons, Buddie Thompson, and Dan Royall. Royalll ,vrolet, Buick, Jeep, rm.mG Local 489-0520 Dallas Phone 510 W. Royall Blvd..,k/ ""'"' Athens 675-9002 (214)821-3656 Malakoff memory of Murrell Welborn, $10. Also Gedyce McAfee, $15; Mrs. Ruby Cook, $10', Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Bien, in memory of Murrell Welborn and Margaret Jo Bradshaw, $20; Mr. and Mrs. Valmore Rogers, $25; and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byers, in memory of Margaret Jo Bradshaw, $20. Upside-Down Cheese Biscuits are a treat for lunch or dinner. Melt two tablespoons butter in an 8-inch square pan, then sprinkle with cup grated Parmesan cheese. Cut I (I0 oz.) package refrigerated biscuits into quarters and space them evenly over the cheese. Bake 10 to 12 minutes in a preheated 450 degree oven. Invert on a serving plate and let each diner break off a desired serving. Hanes in subtle shades to accent her costu me... from 2.25 to 5.95 1.85 to 11.00 Mrs. Ruthle Alexander is up from the flu and doing fine, Mrs. Baby Ruth Toliver is shut in with the flu. Sammy Tarver is spending the weekend in Louisiana. Mrs. Lena Mitchell's son, Joe, has been at home from the service with his mother. Mrs. Vee McCalister is in a Tyler hospital where she underwent ear surgery again, She is reportedly some improved. Mr. Buddy Barron passed away Monday at 3 a.m. Others who are on the sick list with the flu include Mrs. Sanders, Little Cor- tory Perkins, Fran Alice's baby, and Mrs. Bailey. Teresa Lynn Fincher of Malakoff was named a distinguished student for the fall semester at Tylel Junior College "In order to be included on the Dean's List students must have achieved at least a 2.3 grade point average on a 3.0 scale, have no grade below a "C", and have completed at least twelve semester hours during that semester," said Billy J.Doggett, Director of Student Activities. U Gibson's Discount Store insert for Feb. 12, 1980should read 100 Yd. for Quality Care Is ... ,re In our nursing home, one of the most imPortant things we do for our residents is work to create a warm, friendly atmosphere./ We do it with big smiles. With genuine friend- ship between our nurses and residents. And with activities designed to make our residents -feel at home, among friends: trips, parties, classes in crafts, and more. Some people may think that working to create a warm, happy atmosphere mn't a usual part of health care. But a nursing home isn't an inten- sive care unit. It's a home. And we try to make our home as warm and loving as we can, becuase when our residents are happier, they feel better. And that's what nursing, and nursing home care, are all about. Come and visit us soon, and feel athome. Voile Vista Athens 675-8591 i i ii i i Men's Campus-Van Huesen Short Sleeve Shirts Neat and tailored shirts in stripes, solids. All colors. Machine washable. from Haggar Casual SLACKS Now 1350 Reg. 17.00 His favorite tail- ored look in checks and solids. In dou- ble knit polyester. Lorraine Texsheen So Prettyl SLEEP SETS All Nylon Puff-sleeve coats with coordinated gowns in a rain- bow of pastels. 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