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lain 'rim Mllakeff Nnl daughter of Lorl and and Donna Costlow. Beth and Shell Costiow, Haney at her home week for a picnic. of Cindy and Joe Anchor Sunday School ate lunch at the Wood- glass blower and ) in the afternoon. dogwood trail in in Athens on their Estate trails Those attending the Csrva Beidler, Hazel Gels Brock, Mary Stelzig, Truda Leopard, Vivien Johnson. Mrs. is teacher of the the outing. of Dallas spent the with her parents, Mr. re. Almond and Mandy spent last Sunday with Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. this week are Abbey, and boys, formerly Mrs. Elsie Hines the It seems that since in Dallas at Baylor she might be able to 'be this week. We Jo changed jobs Monday. She will for the Pratt Itlon instead of with the substituted one tystem. Kelly Duncan of Cross Easter holidays in daughter and and Mrs. Jimmy Morgan celebrated Jew while they were time. of Rockdale spent visiting with friends. She attended Baptist Church. son of Mr. and stationed in sas home for the past Ring with his wife and as his parents and Wayne returned to time taking his wife an Associational Bap- at Willow Springs at 6:30 p.m. Both meetings will follow ;at7p.m. Church is trying to team at the First Those over 18 who are Tarver nited States Achievement today that Ms. rver, a teacher at School, has been National Ad- Advisory Board of select teachers nation who support the endeavors tO recognize The National Advisory advise the Academy, and honors support the activities of Joins more than 700 in serving on the Advisory Board. This 40,000 teachers have the and scholarship group of teachers Board will In"grams in an advisory hair ideal slimmer styles is a good idea for Style that can be towel- few minutes is easy to also fashionable. too much sun, treatment every (" Watch for our R.V. Park GRAND OPENING! / U.I.L. LITERARY WINNERS---These four Malakoff High School students competed in the District I?AAA U.I.L. Literary Events held at Anderson Center near Palestine on Friday, April 8. (Left to Right) : Lueilla Johnson, 4th Place, poetry, alter. nat.; Chris Norris, Sth Place, feature writing; Michel. Ashlock, 3rd Place, shorthand, will advance to regional competition; and Kelly Quinn, 2nd Place, prose, will advance to regional competition. Not pictured is Harold Holyfieid who won 5th Place in calculator. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) Mr. and Mrs. Charlle Vandagriff of Granbury spent the weekend visiting with Mrs. L. J, &:hell in Malakoff and with Louis 8hell in the Val Vista Nur- sing Home in Athens, They were enroute to the Gulf for a two week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Helen Mc- Creary of Pasadena visited with Mr. and Mrs. Elton Johnson last week. They visited the Azalea Trails in Tyler and the Dogwood Trails in Palestine and in Dogwood Estates in Athens. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green on Easter Sunday to help celebrate the 50th wedding annlverp_ry of Mr. and Mrs. Rlehard Tanner were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tanner of Laenate, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Khn Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Tate, Ashley and Maggie, Mrs. Vehna Johnson, Lisa, Kristl, Amy, of Ft. Wor- th, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Tanner and Judy of Big Spring, KIm Tanner of McAllen, Mrs. Paula and Crystal AIIinen of Corsicans, Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Quattlelmum and Randy of Athena, Mr. and MrL Lester Tanner and Carl David, Mr. and Mrs. Ymamy Tanner and Jmude Kay, C, wtmm Tan- am', Pqm GIIrm and Mrs. Jewel Gr m, all e/Malakeff. Mrs. Eva Halls reports ,ted mrvte at First Baptist Church on Hwy. Sl Sun- day with the Rev. R. C. H IIe prmehinl. The Youth mn in the choir with Donnley Walltor, at the ptam. The Fnd mtioa SinlPnll was held ,..,,,,S la .at $ p.m. at Cedar Pork Baptat Mrs, Vay DawSm and dauehtera are time with her rater in Mrs. Ruby @reyutt lost ha' brother Friday. He lived at Cedar Lake Nureinl Home. Luther Lue, broth 4n-law et Eva Halin, is doinl better following a heart attack in Marlin. FEED * SEED * SUPPLIES KENNETH LEWIS OWNER CALL COLLECT t14/3~-IHl or WEST HWY. 31, KEREN8 ZM-ZZSZ I, I I III II I illllll II II , ,, interested shottld contact David Reese. Practice began April 9th. Saw Mrs. Edd Roy Pierce and her daughter, Mary, in Athens one day and she said that Edd Roy really did ap- preciate the basket that the WMU sent him for Easter. Everyone of those people who received the Easter baskets really did appreciate them, we were told. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanfleid have had master David Stanfleld of Hook with them for the entire week. They were joined on Sunday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Jaekie Stanfleld, Janz~ Mellssa, and Justin. After preaching the sermon at the First Baptist Church on Sunday night the Rev. and Mrs. Stanfleld and children returned to their home in Hooks. Saturday Mrs. W. D. Haddock and Shannon of Dallas visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McBride. Other guests in the home of the McBrides for the weekend were Joe and Charlotte Hart of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce of Cream Level Road spent Thursday with his niece, Mary Stehig. Becky and Bobby Dobbs, Robert, Scott ann Matt of Twin Falls, Idaho, spent the week with Susan and Mibs Matthews in Irvine, California. Robert and Scott, Susan and Mibs called me Saturday to say that they were having a wonderful time and would be visiting Disneyland before they left. This recipe came from Tammy Cunningham of Mount Vernon, but she got the recipe from her grandmother, Arzella Hughes, of Malakoff. Thanks. FUDGE PIE I% cups flour I cup sugar 3 T. eecoa I stick oleo 2 eggs % cup pecans (optional) Mix and bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. 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