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Of Interest To Women Exciting New Addition Each Week To This Newspaper For Your Reading EI See Q Tell By Lois' Williams Here we are in the heart of bugs to a standstill a few days February and there's a robin ago and peeped out to see pulling sleepy worms from what the world had been their hidie-holes in my yard doing while I'd been nursing and I heard a bobwhite my misery. There it was. crowing in the woods Sun- spinning along as usual with day morning. The trees have people going and doing just as wrapped themselves in that busy as ever, getting along misty green haz e that always very well without me. Well, means they are expecting and shove ove I'm back in the there are jaunty daffodils midst of Cedar Creek Lake holding their yellow cups activities. toward the sun begging for If you've got the lonesomes refills. The old weatherman and you want to find a lot of has gone crackers! In the happy, busy people, all you midst of all this, we mere have to do is head for one of mortals are still bemoaning the City Halls in this area. the lack of rain, sniffling with- You'll find a lot more than colds and fighting flu bugs. friendly city officials, helpful You don't suppose someone policemen, and alert firemen. tried to fool Mother Nature Local clubs use the facilities again, do you? for regular meetings and I fought my share of flu sociable gatherings. Various groups hold frequent fund DON'T GAMBLE WITH YOUR HOME-HEATING THIS WINTER! GO MODERNI GO ELECTRIC! FOR SPECIAL ELECTRIC FURNACES DEAL! ELECTRIC WIRING HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE BAMCO B. A. McKay Co. 887-7912 raising functions and the profits from these endeavors are used in a number of ways that benefit all of us. Gun Garrel City also has Brawner Hall in addition to their City Hall building. It's just about the liveliest spot in the area. It's used for some activity almost every day and night including Sundays when the congregation of the Beacon Church of Christ gather there for worship services. Last Thursday night was typical. The Fire Department was holding a meeting with Malakoff Mayor A.M. Thompson as their special guest. Mayor D.C. McNeely was circulating between the Firemen in Brawner Hall and the Avanti Sociaty meeting in City Hall. The whole area was buzzing like a bee hive in cotton blosson time. The Avanti group heard good news as President Don Ray, Secretary Margo Green and Treasurer Linda Manning reported on the success of their recent production, "Curse You, Jack Dalton." The cast members and Mayor McNeely's Barber Shop Quartet, who were also a part of the program, declared that they had more fun than the audience. Future plans include many Mabank Wedding & Catering committee to produce a spring Art Show. So all you artists can collect your brushes and start spreading paint on canvas and be ready when Jane announces the time and place. Another ambitious project is the possible production of the timely Bicentennial mu- sical comedy "1776." It's a big undertaking and many talented people would be needed for both cast and production technicians. Don Ray announced that open auditions will be held on Friday and Monday, February 20th and 23rd, at 7:30 in the Band Hall at Mabank High School. If you have a little "ham" in you, can sing a note on cue, drive a nail, slap a bit of paint, install lights, sew a seam, or just generate enthusiasm and think good thoughts, don't hide your light, come forth and shine. The Avanti Society needs you and you'll have ment Women Plan To Organize TOPS Club A group of area women are planning to organize a TOPS {Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club for the Cedar Creek Lake area. The women, headed by Edna Malone of Malone's Hobby House in Gun Barrel, are planning an organi- zational meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Mabank Chamber of Com- merce Building on Market Street. This organizational meeting, says Mrs. Malone, is to learn if there will be enough people in this area who would like to participate and to explain the organizational procedures to those present. The information to be pre- sented to the group was received by Mrs. Malone from the National TOPS Head- quarters in Milwaukee, Wis- consin. Along with the organi- zational procedures she has statistics regarding it's successes and failures as wll as some of the reasons for them. She noted that unlike other weight losing groups, there is only a small yearly member- some of the best of times with ship fee which is used in part the best of people in one of the for research into causes of best places in Texas. obesity. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::':':':::::i :.':':: :: :: :'::-'::::-'::: :::":::: :::::::::: :'::::: :::::::: the jeweler's more activities to showcase the talented people amoung us. For instance, Jane Dunlap wife was appointed to head a By Martha Williams Several years ago my sister- in-law went to a clinic for an Market St. in old Mabank post office The Only Complete catering service between Tyler and Dallas Register for FREE Church Set-Up Bride's Name - -- Date of Wedding-- Church ....................... Drawing to be held Saturday, Feb. 21 Betty Kolaczkowski at Matmnk Wedding And Catering In old post office building in Mabank Time is getting short. 887-9681 Don't miss our big event of theyear.. the Kaufman-Kemp Yellow Pages. Ad sales close Feb. 25, call 932-2940 Gulf States-United Telephone yekw pages UNmEO 11ELEPHONE SVS/lW examination. The nurse put her in a drafty room clad in a scanty costume and promptly disappeared. She grew tired of waiting so when she heard some noise in an adjoining room, she cautiously opened the door. There was a young mand clad in a white jacket so she assumed him to be the doctor. "I was wondering," she said "if we can get on with the examination. I have an- other appointment later." "Look lady," he stammered "I'm from the cafeteria down stairs. I just come up here twice a day to pick up the coffee cups." It is really a humorous incident but it points out how a person placed the the proper sur-. roundings can appear to be an expert on something he knows nothing about. A few months ago a couple came into our store right at closing time. They had pur- chased a diamond from a reputable store down town and then taken it to a discount store where they asked the clerk if they got a 'good deal.' The clerk had knocked their purchase and they were upset. The woman's eyes were splattered with not respect and trust. If a customer feels it is necessary to seek the opinion of another jeweler after a purchase, he lacks the proper confidence in his choice of jewelers. Page 4-MALAKOFF NEWS-Feb. ltj T Cooki he ng by Lucy Alexander  bs ! The cooking- comer offers Turn upside down over rolling lunch box or pic " two interesting recipes that pin or several straight-sided too. , O are sure hits this time of year. glasses which have been O One is Pecan Curls, and the other is Fruit-Nut Loaf. Winter is extra-cosy when the cookie jar is.full of old fashioned Pecan Curls. Their attractive laciness and "snowy" edges are perfectly suited when everyone gathers inside. Quick or old fashioned oats and pecans add a pleasant chewiness, so charming with the butter- scotch flavor. To "curl" the baked cook- ies, turn them upside down on a rolling pin or on several straight-sided glases. Either type of surface should be wrapped with paper towels or napkins so cookies won't fall off. Remove Pecan Curls when cool and store tightly. So good when you're "curled up" by the fire! PECAN CURLS MAKES 4 DOZEN 1/2 cup sifted all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon soda 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar 3/4 cup butter or mar- garine, soft 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 3/4 cup finely chopped pecans 3/4 cup oats {quick or old fashioned, uncooked} 2 tablespoons confectioners sugar Heat oven to moderate {350 F.). Sift together flour and soda into b0wl. Add brown sugar, butter, eggs and vanilla. Beat until smooth, about 2 minutes. Blend in pecans and oats. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto well- greased cookie sheets, al- iowing about 3 inches between cookies. Bake in preheated oven 8 to 10 minutes or until cookies are brown around edges. Cool about 1 minute, then carefully remove cookies from cookie sheets with wide spatula. wrapped in paper towels or napkins. Allow to cool completely before removing from rolling pin. Sift confectioners sugar into a small flat bowl. To "frost" carefully dip edge of each cooled cookie into sugar. Still another goodie for this season is fruit-nut bread. All the ingredients for this delicious Fruit-Nut Loaf can be mixed in one saucepan, then into the baking pan and into the oven. For variety, use any one of your favorite dried fruits or a mixture of several. The finished loaf can be served plain or with butter. For an extra treat, serve it with soft Danish cheese or FRUIT-NUT L0# 1 cup brown sugar, 1 cup water 1 cup dried fruit, c#: I/2 cup chopped 1 tablespoon but# margarine _ 1/2 teaspoon salt epres I teaspoon baking#  Fm 1 egg, beaten ' -'" 2 cups all-purpose  In a saucepan mix first six ingredients; @. P medium heat until melts. Set aside. W stir in soda, then then flour. Bake in  =t ioc00 degrees about 1 hoUr . " rack. sharp American cheddar, as a delightful dessert after a soup Send your favorite and salad dinner. Lucy Alexander Great with cheese in your Cooking Corner, 509, Malakoff, Malone's Hobby Hous0000 Specializes In Model Airplanes, Train Assecessories, Rockets & Complete Hand Craft Supplies. Featuring i Big City Prices Close To ihq. 85 next to Gun Barrel We Are Proud To Anm THE Opening Of MABANK ANIMAL HOSPITAL SMALL & LARGE ANIMAL - VETERINARY SERVICE Large Animal Mobile Service Large Animal Veterinary Drugs Open 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday Thru 7:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Saturday FRIED cHICKEN SHRIMP FILET OF SOLE ne Family Dininq % Opening Febuary 27th " tears. Now they sought the Sea advice of another jeweler to Texas T Bone Lobster From Th either reassure them or " e Hours: Tuesday thru Thrusday 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11 a.m.- 1i p.m. Tuesday. Sunday Try Our Noon Buffet From 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. explode their hopes. Our jeweler told them there was nothing wrong with the stone and they had gotten their money's worth. Why would a seemingly intelligent young couple seek the advice of a clerk in the discount store? This particu- Lar clerk had only been employed in jewelry sales for 3 weeks yet represented him- self enough of an expert to appraise their ring. The proper thing to have done was to have gotten a written appraisal at the time of purchase. Verbal appraisals mean nothing when buying or simply 'asking' for an opinion. Most important a person should not purchase a diamond from anyone he does i Dip Into Our Bathtub Salad Bar At Night rUESI00Y NIGHT South Of The Border Special WEDNESDAY NIGHT A Trip To Make A Selection From Our Domestic And Imported Wine List EARLY BIRD SHARON'S ,118 N. Beaton Corsicana Private Parties To 30