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The Malakoff News, Thursday, March 5, IUl- A fL Polly Walker 489-1484 Malakoff residents have been of United Fidelity Life for 1980 sales. and Sam Tanner, both sales leaders, will attend the sales conference to be held visiting with Vollle Robertson, Patricia's daddy, in the Memorial Hospital in Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Travls Rot rtson both visited Vollie over the weekend. Max and CInda 8crlmshire are the proud parents of a 7 lb. bundle of joy is a member of the 1981 which they have named Sen Paul. He Club and the 1960 Produc-was born on Feb. 241h in an Odessa with sales exceeding one maternity ward. Mrs. Jim 8erimshlre dollars of insurance protection, and grandson, Cory, left on Monday to he is a 1980 UFL be with the new parents and also to visit was named a Life and Member of the 1981 Cabinet. Additionally, he the company's top ten 1980 and received the Award. Bradshaw also Lives Written Award for a of the National Award and the Award. Additionally, the Health Insurance in Life is headquartered 1025 Elm Street. The Corn- is in its 61st year of ser- msurance in force exceeding Mrs. Lancaster and s visited Sunday af- With Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker. and Davis Taylor of Sweet- their 50th wedding with a reception at the in Malakoff Sunday, Feb. 22. a sister of Jake and Hal Malakoff. They have one Holllngsworth. the home of Mrs. Mamie and his wife, Mr. and Hope of Levelland and her grandson of Lisbon, with Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Egan of McKamey. Jim Scrimshire and Hems and Mrs. Perry 8crimshire and daughter, Cody, all of Tool left Friday night to get a good look at the new baby. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Alexander of Lame, paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scrimshire of Tool. Gertrude Cross was back in Dallas in the hospital on Thursday to see if she could get some relief for her leg. Mrs. Nadlene Reedy of Freeport and Murlei Wigington of San Antonio were house guests of Miss Sadie Carson last week. Miss Sadie was overjoyed to have them and so were many other friends of theirs. The Reddys were former residents of Malakoff and their parents, Rev. and Mrs. N.M. Bounds were also former residents of this city. The ladies were here Tuesday and Wednesday and Miss Sadie said that she only got to cook one good meal for them. Mrs. Johnny Shelton has been moved to the Twilight Nursing Home in Cor- sicans. Mrs. Shelton broke a bone around Christmas. We are glad that she is improving. Pat Alexander of Tool took her daughter, Dabble to the emergency room in Corsicans Memorial Hospital on Tuesday afternoon. They ruled out spinal menigitis, but Thursday morning Dobbie was still having problenm. We Patricla Earp and Mrs. Travis m of Rockdale were in on Thursday. There were CHRIS EDWARD DUEANEY -- DANETTE McLENDON Mrs. Jim W. McLendon ofChurch in Athens. have announced the The bride-elect is a senior at Athens and approaching High School and is currently employed of their daughter, Cheri by Howell W. Florence DDS. Edward Dulaney, son The future bridegroom is a gradna e and Mrs. Bud Dulaney ofof Malakoff High School. He is atten- ding Tyler Junior College and is era- is for June 26 at ployed by Texas Power and Light Corn- Assembly of God pany. s the last chance in many areas application of dormant oil :to Dr. James Robin- for the Texas Extension Service. The )efore bud swelling remain high. are applied too late, lUse damage to the trees. of fruit trees should be corn- mediately. If warm tern- growth of the trees the next few weeks. says that town ants and fire active in East can be controlled or approved insecticides. should be taken in ap- Follow label direc- 'Oducers are considering this spring. has been shown bermudagrass. Producers the availability of sery plot. 33-110 wHITEo~,~ ~OA ~.m~ lett ~vlt do hope that she is straightened out by now. Mrs. Mary Jeter of C, edar Lake Nur- sing Home passed away Wednesday night around midnight. She was the mother of Kit RayfleM and Vlvlan Stephens. Burial was in Gordon, Texas on Saturday. Pat Andrews and Llnda 8cflmshire's stations in the beauty shop looked springy on Thursday. Both were brought bouquets of King Alfred Daf- fodils. Pat also had Narcissus. Mr. and Mrs. Swlndell who attend the Cedar Creek First Baptist Church are doing a bang up good Job of work there. They had made a miniature of the church complete with shrubs, and the preacher's and secretary's cars in the parking lot. He covered this in Plexiglass so it could he seen, but not touched. It is very good. If you are over that way look it over as well as the kit- chert that they designed and worked in. It Just makes people green with envy, who have small kitchens in their chur- Cbs. Mary Thomas left last week to attend the wedding of her granddaughter, Klmberly Kay Jordan to Mark Wayne Wyatt. The couple was united on Satur- day. They were married in "Always and Forever" Chapel. Kimherly Kay is the daughter of Eugenla Jordan of Houston and Mark Wayne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wyatt, also of Houston. The ceremony took place at 3 p.m. Feb. 26th. It's a girll Stephanle Ann was born to Julia and Steve Foster on February 14th. She weighed 9 lbs. and 12 ozs. The Fosters have two sons, John and Jason. Charles Foster of Monahans Js the paternal grandparent. Mr. Foster and Mrs. Morris 8awyer of Arlington dropped by Malakoff on Friday morning to visit with relatives, Mrs. Neriene Merflson, Addle Kacterlne Welch, Mrs. J.A. McLaln and us, the Walkers. Mary Stelzig was in Corsicans on business on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Loster Tanner and Carl Dan and Cerlenne Tanner were in Dallas on Thursday for the purpose of picking up Mrs. Dorothy Berendt of Lodl, California. Mrs. Berendt is in charge of a nursing home there and is spending her vacation with Corienne in Texas. Other guests in the home of Corienne on Saturday were the Rev. and Mrs. R.R. Cook of Hamilton. The Cooks were enroute to Houston where their grandson was to he baptized on Sunda / Mr. Cook was performing the baptism. The W.M.U. of Malakoff along with about five other WMU's in the Hender- son Association went to Cedar Creek First Baptist Church last Tuesday to hear Louise MeGlaun of Murchison teach the book, "Missions Possible." Tlmse riding the bus driven by Edna Foote, who attened the book reviw were: Edna Johnson, Corienne Tanner, Linda, Jennifer and Alice Cartlldge; Gola Brock, Mrs. Brad 8tacy, Ksthleen McCann, Lucille Almond, Mary Graham, Zelma Cook, and Polly Walker. Mrs. Willard Curry went with the Trinidad group. It is so good to see Mrs. Lockle Bangs and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clarke out again after their illnesses. A. J, Barrun lost his sister recently. Funeral services were held Saturday in Dallas. Those on the sick list are im- proving. Included is Mrs. Lena Mit- chell, Mrs. Luciile Burns, and Edna Tarver. Eva Mac Hulln visited last weekend in Dallas with her sister and nephew, Mrs, L. T. Lane and Travis Tarver. Deacons and ministers met at An- tioch Baptist Church Sunday at 1:30 p.m. planning a giant revival that will he held the second week in April. Jerry Jackson was at home for the weekend on leave from Fort Sill, Okla. Latex Flat House Mildew resistant on paint film. Good quality-- high hiding. Good weather resistance. Easy application and clean-up. Reg. 8.95 NOW ONLY White only. Custom colors slightly higher. AN HONOR GUARD of Texas Department of Safety Motorcycle Patrolmen were at attention at the gravesite of Texas Ranger Kelly Whitehead in Malakoff last week. The motorcycle patrol escorted the Whitehead family from funeral services in Houston to the Malakoff City Cemetery. (Staff photo by Lori Ca llaway) Texas Power & Light Company will file March 6 with the Public Utility Commission of Texas, a request for a $197,960,839 systemwide increase in revenues, Howard Watson, TP&L manager in Athens, said today. Watson said that the rate increase is being sought "because the present rates are inadequate to meet our costs of providing service to more than 700,000 customers." The overall rate request is an average for all classes of customers. The increase will vary from one rate class to another. For example, the average monthly residential~bill i~cluding fuel, based on 12,144 kilo~vatt hours per year, would increase $12.35 per "month or 25.2 per- cent. Revenues for municipal services and schools would increase 21.5 percent and commercial and industrial 16.3 percent including fuel. "We feel that the quality of service provided by the company has been adequate to meet each customer's of materials, services and increased throughot~t "the TP&L system. He capital costs. There also are increased estimated any rates to be granted costs of operating and maintaining would not go into effect until early Sep- pollution control equipment used with tember. our ]ignite plants." TP&L last filed for a rate increase Watson said that hearings before the January 4, 1980 and put into effect a PUC should start in early May $83.4 million increase or I0.I percent following ~.ctipns by city councils systemwide in June. Malakoff School menu MARCH 9-13 Monday: Chicken fried steak with gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, bat- ter bread, milk. Tuesday: Hot dogs with relish and mustard, pork and beans, orange slices, jello, milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, tater tots with ketchup, peach cup, milk. Thursday: Hot links, pinto beans, mixed greens, cornbread, diced pears, milk~ Friday: Burritos, mexican corn, tossed salad, cookies, milk. needs and is seco~.d to none in the nation," Watson saT@. "The company Tickets are now available to the Hen- purchased from any Henderson County nt, eds.'and must have an increase in derson County 4-H-United Way Omelet 4-H member, volunteer adult leader or rates to ensure the continuance of this Supper according to Publicity Chair- County Extension Agent. dependable service, man, Jeanne Brown. The supper will be "Inflation's effect over the past year held on Thursday, March 19, 1981 from 5 This Omelet Supper is 4-H's way of and one-half is a primary factor con- to 8 p.m. at the National Guard Armory raising funds for Henderson County tributing to our having to ask for rate in Athens, under the sponsorship of the United Way. All funds received to relief." Watson said. "Inflationary Henderson County 4-H Council, operate the local 4-H club program are pressure is felt most acutely in the cost The $3.00 per person tickets can be derived from United Way. a li A beautiful outside finish in brass, nickel and wicker. Decorative lock with multi-ply Aspen wood. FUNCTIONAL AS WELL AS GOOD LOOKING THESE DECORATOR TRUNKS CAN BE USED AS: . Tables . Storage . Night File Cabinets . Plant Stands . Store Linens and off-season Clothing. SEVERAL SIZES TO FIT EVERY NEED 16x16 for. ' =39" 32x16x20 .......... s59'5 36xZOx20 .......... s799s desire to sprig a nur- r they could increase "" - / with srigs from the nur- 8 " / sweaters ! ./ Snr;n-r. s fashion MILL FINISH ' for spring '81, says AnnI "" a clothing specialist. tile and come in a widel & v and pastel colors, sheI O," k 'ten is part of the ~' staff of the Texas AT Extension Service, The "" ty System, a record NOW " . J with your will -- of in- bank accounts and for which claims must he: Nancy Granovsky, a resource management is on the home of the Texas Extension Service, ty System. Open Sat. ti112 Phone 489-0527 Next to Malakoff Prescription Shoppe 319 N. Terry, Malakoff 489.0090