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The Malakofl News, Thursday, April 19S$--aA 484 was held at Malakoff School Wednesday, April students and their Texas had their beauty night at the High but not without the Mr. and Mrs. Joe went to see their gran- Melissa and Jana perform in the "Little Miss of the pageant. Mellssa as runner-up for first means if anything happens place winner, Melissa will However it probably Melissa will only be a time in Hooks. Md Melissa are the daughters Sherry, been called to Poynor Church to pastor that the move took place this moved to their new home on this week. Geraldine and Saturday and atten- morning service at brought Justin and home with them. The remained until their to Poynor and then they the school term and Earl Jones have opened at Seven Points Flea Market. have good luck in this has accepted a job Cam in Athens she con- Walker spent Sun- visiting with Mary and Hilary. was at home sick on hope that she is soon and returns to the goes to Evelyn me Peters on the death at Happy, Texas over the away at her in Kerens on afternoon by the Paschal Services will be held for Happy on Monday mar- is brought to Kerens services will be held in Corsicana and , and friends of the deceased, e known her in times past, ew members a Board of the Cedar Creek Coast with headquarters at Marina, unanimously members to the of Flotilla 5-14, ; Lake, Inc., for the 1983-84 G. Caffey, Jynelle Caffey K. Ong (Kemp), Ivan Curtis O. Smith Berta Sue Tatum (Car- and Hunter R. Wise when she was a visitor and resident in this part of Texas. She was the last living sister of the late Eula Peters of Malakoff. There were eleven children in the family to begin with. Mrs. Mamle Hope of Cross Roads tin. derwent surgery for an eye on Wed- nesday in Corsicans Memorial Hospital. Louise Carter visited with her mother in Corsicans on Wednesday and Thursday. We extend warm wishes for a speedy recovery to Mrs. Hope and may her eye surgery be a success. Last week we failed to say that Ray Weaks took his mother, Ruby Weaks of Malakoff and sister Patricia Bell of Athens to Houston to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lucille Gates. Also attending were Seth Rldgeway of Tyler and Mrs. Seth Rldgeway of Malakoff. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schrader of Carroll Springs visited with his sister, Mary Steizig, Sunday. Thursday Mary Stelzig visited with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schrader at Carroll Springs and with Fayrene Hillhouse at County Line. Saturday Mary Stelzig visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce on Cream Level Road. Mrs. Pierce was ill. We do hope that she is improved at this time. Debble Bogue and daughter, Stephanle. and Rick Johnson of Irving visited with Mr. and Mrs. Aboy Almond and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond. Robert Gaston, Clayton Simmons, Dana Wilson and Benny Rogers were in Arlington Sunday attending the Texas- Milwaukee baseball game. Art Society names officers Bertha Mote was elected president of the Malakoff Art Society at their final meeting of the year April 7. Cathvrine Welch will serve as vice- president, Vanoi Tankersly will serve as secretary and Mattie Broyles was re- elected as treasurer. Two new members were introduced at the meeting: Ms. Odessa Carroll and Ms. Liz Attebery. In other business the membership discussed the student art show held April 23 and the May meeting which is to be a covered dish dinner May 8. The dinner will be held at Star Harbor City Hall at 8:30 p.m. All mem- bers and their guests are urged to at- tend. Raymond "Doc" Williams of the Williams Art Gallery was guest speaker for the day. He exhibited works of noted artists in several media and discussed what made them noteworthy. The paintings he displayed ranged in price from $,500 to $20,000. Artists in- cluded were James Colander-water- color, Robert Draper, pastel, Lee K. Parkinson-oil, Charlie Dye-oil, Robert Lindneux-oil, Jake Sharp-oil and O. E. Berninghaus-oil. Williams stressed that artists who wish to be shown in gallerys should concerntrate on covering the canvas with color and making sure that the light source is apparant in the painting. g FOUR AT A TIME---Larry, Daryl, Jamle and Jesse Roberson of San Antonio were born December 4, 1979 in San Angelo Community Hospital. They are the sons of Larry and Dana Robersou of San Antonio and the great.great nephews of Mit Thomas of Malakott. Mrs. Roberson expected three babies when the quadruplets were born but was surprised when there were four. Larry and Jamle are identical. (Courtesy photo) Annette Phillips of Conroe underwent We were pleasantly surprised with a minor surgery last week. Her parents, birthday supper Saturday night when Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambers, have our son, Glynn, and his wife, Pavia, and heard from her and she is doing fine. daughters, Debra and Jennifer of Dr. Jack Humphries of Huntsville Richardson, came in bringing a visited his mother on Friday and Satur- beautifully decorated cake with "HaW day recently. Jack bad been ill and had py Birthday Morn" written in pink with not been to visit with Mrs. Ode Hum- lots of pink flowers and a butterfly to phries in three months and she bad wear in my hear. Also, a bottle of per- missed baying him. fume, "Nlki De Saint Pballe," brand Polly Walker spent Friday morning new on the market. Ann and Don An- visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Don An- drews of Athens also joined us. They drews and Stacy in Athens. Friday af- gave me two new jogging suits, one ternoon Stacy, Ann and Polly went bright pink and one bright red. shopping inTyler. However, don't look for me to be Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambers were in jogging up the street, just because of Dallas at the Veteran's Hospital last this. Evelyn Drake had already given Monday for a check-up for Alton. me a beautiful cake server, which we Lucllle Almond, Jo Chambers and used to cut the cake. My birthday was Polly Walker were in Corsicans shop- Wednesday. ping Wednesday. Area residents Malakoff JH form new Book Honor Roll Review Club A newly formed Book Review Club whose members are residents of the Malakoff-Star Harbor area met in the home of Mrs. Elmer Finley April 20. Charter members were approved, numbering 35, and "Ex Libris" was chosen as the club name. Emmy Finley was elected president with Geneva Kirby as vice president, Alice Barndt, secretkry and Mary Gerard, treasurer. The group will have four meetings annually and will hear book reviews presented by professional reviewers. CHERRY CONGEALED SALAD 1 16 oz. cherry pie filling 1 cup pecans (chopped) Malakoff 1 pkg. cherry jello (large) 1 can condensed milk 1/4 cup Dr. Pepper Donations Mix jello according to directions, but do not add cold liquid. Add cherry pie filling, pecans and Dr. Pepper. Chill. When mixture is firm, whip cold chilled condensed milk and fold into jello mixture. CRANBERRY CONGEALED SALAD i Carter, in memory of Eugene 1 large can cranberry jellied sauce 1 3 oz. pkg. strawberry jello $1001 8oz. sourcream 1 cupwainuts, broken in memory of Sadie Car- Dissolve jello with 1 cup boiling water. Chill until the consistency of egg whites. $10 Add remaining ingredients. Chill until firm. Serve. These two recipes were originated by Mary Ferguson, Winfield. KITCHEN FAUCETS DISPOSALS SINKS REMODELING -- New Plumbing Company Serving Henderson County -- WATERHEATERS Water Pressure Low? 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[t is also the means by which a taxpayer is allowed to record his own opinion of what the value of that property should be. Not every taxpayer is required to file a rendition, but there are important reasons why a taxpayer may wish to do so. Renditions must be filed: (1) for all decision on the property's value and places tangible personal property used for the that value on the appraisal roll. production of income; or (2) on any other In addition to a rendition, you also may taxable property if required by the chief file a special report called a report of appraiser, decreased value if the value of your prop- Renditions may be/iledby any taxpayer arty decreased during the preceding tax who wishes to preserve certain valuable year for any reason other than normal rights, depreciation. 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