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f The ~lakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 17, 19~-3A i i I II I ii L ~. Lila Humphries is ill at the days. ~of her son, Jack Humphries and Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy " in Huntsville. Mrs. Humphries of Athens motored to Crandall to see serious cold. Debra Walker play basketball in a Reed of Dallas visited with tournament. The team came out third Owen over the weekend, so they felt that it was a good venture. weekend Mr. and Mrs. Roger They brought Jennifer Walker home Jesse, Melony and Elizabeth with them to spend the night on Satur- turn and Tara Bennett of Athens day. Debra and Jennifer are the with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Giynn Walker. and "Mrs. Glynn Walker and It's B y! Debra, visited with the G.V. a o over the weekend. On Sunday Stephen Wayne made his appearance and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy at the John Sealy Hospital in Galveston Walker joined them-for February 10, 1983. at 12:53 p.m. He Jennifer returned home with weighed 7 lbs. and according to the at the end of the day. paternal grandmother, Audrey Rogers and Mrs. Charles Foster of spent the weekend at their of this city, he is beautiful. He is the son of Tommy and Dabble Malakoff. On Sunday after- Patsy Foster and Catherine Welch Rogers of Pasadena. around the Cayuga and Palestine Paternal grandparents are Mr. and for land on which to move. Mrs. Lester Rogers. as far as we know. It's a Girl! and Mrs. Robert Irwin spent afternoon in Jackson visiting Heather Diane was born Wednesday, Mrs. Una Hunter. February 9th, 1983, at the Memorial s. Leroy Almond, Mrs. G. V. Hospital in Sulphur Springs at S : 50 a.m. and Stac, Andrews of Athens She weighed 5 lbs. 10 ozs. and was 19 in- ? shopping, ches long. Monday and Tuesday Heather is the daughter of Jimmy grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. and Sherry Tapley of Emory and the Stacy attends school in first born child to this union. and they were out of school so Paternal grandparents are James could have in-service and Skeeter Tapley of Malakoff and Oil m -, maternal grandparents are Dale and for other things. Virginia Tucker fell Mable Shedd of Emory. down hers last Tuesday and cracked a According to Aunt Pare Tapley ofbone in her foot. The doctor told her to Malakoff the baby has coal black hair stay off of it for two weeks. We do hope and is beautiful. Since she is athat it is not too painful and that sheis beautician, we believe her. soon able to get around without the use Mrs. Lillle Lewis was pleasantly sur- of crutches that the doctor saw fit to prised on Friday evening when her provide her with. She was cantata- daughter, Mrs. Pat James and son, plating a trip to Dallas to be with her Chris of Winfield came by to see her husband, the Rev. John Tucker, instead enroute to their home after a trip to she was joined by him to help her in her South Texas. hour of need. Beverly Ray Lindamood of Athens Roger Almond and son, Jesse LarDy visited with his mother, Mrs. Lillie and Jim Itumphrey and daughter, Pat. Lewis for a short time on Saturday. sy, visited with Roger's parents, Mr. Mary Stehig had the flu last week. and Mrs. Leroy Almond on Sunday. Jerry Rainwater was gracious enough Deepest sympathy goes to the Elwin to take her to the doctor in Athens on Briges family on the loss of Elwin Sun- Monday where Mary saw a doctor and day morning at 3:30 a.m. He had a got some medicine at the Medical Arts heart attack and died in his sleep. Cleo Building. is his wife and they live on East Mit- Stairs are said to help you loose cham. Luncheon was served to the pounds if you go up two flights of stairs family on Tuesday at noon at the First twice a day. However, they can make Baptist Church following the funeral at Dear Mrs. Walker, February 5, 1983 Just wanted you to know that I made the bran muffins and tuna casserole this afternoon. The muffins are so good with the cream cheese and strawberry mix- lure. I thought that I was going to have to get the "wash tub" in to mix it in. (ha) I should have enough muffin dough to last awhile. Anyhow, it is a delicious recipe, and we love the tuna casserole also. I look for your recipes each Thursday before the paper is read. Fondly, Joan McCool Thanks for these kind words in the lovely note. We do appreciate'them. We heard this week that if the pits of the avocado are left in the guacamole until the dip is ready to serve it will keep it from turning dark. GUACAMOLE DIP 2 large, very ripe, avocados 1 small tomato, chopped 1 tablespoon grated onion 1 small clove of garlic, crushed 1 canned green chili, chopped 2 teaspoons lemon juice salt and pepper to taste paprika Cut avocados in half and with tablespoon remove the peeling and pits. In a small bowl mash pulp with a fork. Add tomato, onion, garlic, green chili, and lemon juice; stirring well after each addition. Season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle with paprika. Add pits. Cover well with plastic wrap and chill. Serve with tortilla chips. This may be used to make burritos, also. News from VFW Post 4133 BEE CHAMP--Kim Monroe, right, was named Spelling Bee champ mior High School and Becky Davis, left, was chosen runner up. Lting awards to the two girls this week was John Brown, Malakoff Junior ipal. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) final round of the Malakoff School Spelling Bee was 11, 1983. Kim Monroe, an grader, spelled bobolink and / to defeat Becky Davis, represent MJH in the codnty to be held March 9 at County Junior College. e J~e past few weeks, fifth grade Malakoff Elementary have better understanding of States became an in- country. Through classroom ions, as well as individual reports and projects, they that the "Road to In- was a long and tedious chose their research a suggested list of subjects. were required to be to their chosen topics and be of ~wn making. were very many ingenious used to depict the students' ice News Paul D. Gardenhire, son of Gardenhire and Doris S. Gar- of Spanish Trace Apartments, has been assigned to Lowry Air after completing Air six weeks at Lakcland Air the airman studied the Air mission, organization and and received special training Ipple pie without cheese7 It's without a squeeze, according yivanla Dutch saying. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY of ATHENS invites you to attend their Church services each Sunday one' the first Wed. each month.. 213 E. Tyler • lltheh Sunday 10:00 A.M. First Wed., 7:30 P.M. For FREE Literature (:all This is the third in a series of stories about our flag and how it came into being. The name "Old Glory" was first ap- plied to the United States flag by a young sea captain who lived in Salem, Mass. On his 21st birthday, March 17, 1824, Capt. William Driver was presen- ted a beautiful American flag by his mother and a group of Salem girls. Driver was delighted with the gift. He exclaimed, "I name her "Old Glory." Then "Old Glory" accompanied the captain on his many voyages. Captain Driver quit the sea in 1837. He settled in Nashville, Tenn. On patriotic days he displayed Old Glory proudly from a rope extending from his house to a tree across the street. After Tennessee seceded from the Union in Becky will replace Kim if Kim should 1861, Captain Driver hid Old Glory. He not beabletoparticipate, sewed the flag inside a comforter. Other finalists were Michelle Wright, When Union Soldiers entered Nashville Kandra Summerhfll, Tammy Hanna, on February 25, 1862, Driver removed Lisa Stone, Andy Berrgren, Joe Young, Old Glory from its hiding place. He Page Sutton, Sharla Slaton, Wade carried the flag to the Capitol building Travis, Cynthia Rivers, Waylon Gun- and raised it above the state capitol. nels, Shannon Roberts, Missy Glasgow, Sean Stenovitch, Sheryll Neill, Kim Shortly before his death, the old sea Copeland, Crystal Bryant, and Sean captain placed a small bundle into the Farrell. arms of his daughter. He said to her, "Mary Jane, this is my ship flag, 'Old Glory.' It has been my constant com- panion. I love it as a mother loves her child. Cherish it as I have cherished it." The flag remained as a precious heirloom in the Driver family until 1922. Then it was sent to the Smithsonian In- stitution in Washington. There it is carefully preserved under glass today. American products are made better Most Americans prefer textile products manufactured in the United States because they are better made.' ' According to a recent study, reports Becky Saunders, clothing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System, low price and mislabeling are the main reasons for buying imported items. 00000000 IHbO0000 In Observance Of Please Keep This in Mind to Avoid Any Inconvenience P165.13 Blackwall FET:=1.55 Exchange SUOGESTEO ~LE SIZE EXCHANGEPRICE P165-13 $37.95 $2|.11 P19~14 43.95 N.Sl P20S-14 44.95 |7.g P215.14 48.95 n.l~ 1~15-15 4S,95 4LII P225.15 51.95 41.lS P235.15 S$,gS 44.N FET: SI.SG2.?OWHITEwALL Service Manager:. D.B. Plrtll FREE MOUNTING! 11 a.m. Corlene Tanner is back home and into the swing of things now that she had a long visit after Christmas with friends in Lodi, Stockton and Turlock, Califor- nia. .{,i. HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE .I,}. 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