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/~,~/, 17 The Msdakoft News RAY BATSON he Ray Batson family Music Director and job at the First Baptist Bill Rambo as his duties this past is looking forward and our youth. k returned home after being in Malakoff Mrs. Carva Beidler and .' wa., Phillips of s Day with her and Mrs. Alton Chambers s, the Phillips in Athens. Under Cliver, Camille, and DeLaine took the Junior High the Robbins Road Chur- Bowl in Longview recently. The Bowl was Alpine Church. Class censisted of ixth, seventh grades of class was formerly CIIver and was the hey went to a piz- the bowl to complete the Charles Faster of Arlington. secretary J. D. (Red) Waller both at- Wayne Sawyer of Dallas visited in tended the Trinidad Chamber of Com- Malakoff with the Charles Fosters on merce banquet Friday night. Sunday. Richard Gomez of Dallas also Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scholl of Houston visited with them. returned to their home on Wednesday Mr, and Mrs. G.V. Walker visited in last week after being here for several the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews days with his mother, Mrs. L.J. Scholl. and StacyonSaturdayafternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Louts Scholl Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers went toreturned to their home in Fort Worth Tyler on Thursday before Mother's Day this week after being here several days and picked up Mr. and Mrs. Tom with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Scholl. Rogers and brought them home with She accompanied them home for a them to visit until Monday short stay. Last Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guests in the home of the G.V. Powers spent the day in Tyler with her Walker's over the weekend were: Mary daddy, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers. They and Billy Ferguson and Hllary of Win- took him to the doctor for a check-up field; Mrs. Charles Foster of Arlington, and he got a real good report. Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacey Carl Roberson was not included of Athens, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen among the list of pallbearers for the Walker, Debra and Jennifer of Richar- " " =* Louis Scholl funeral reported last week. dson JeanetteHolt, Malakoffresident, was Deepest sympathy goes to Paula among the 163 students who graduated Walker and to the family of Colleen from Navaroo College May 5th. Ms Herriage. She was killed in an Holt received an Associate of General automobile crash on Saturday night Education Degree. near Brownshoro She was Pauin's Malakoff Area Chamber of Commer-cousin and a high school sophomore in ce president Alfred Williams andAthens. GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE Boil one chicken and cut into bite size pieces, reserving some of the broth. (six chicken breasts may be used instead of a whole chicken). In a casserole dish, layer two cans of whole green beans (drained) Add the chicken on top of the beans. Mix together 1 can of mushroom soup, 1/3 cup mayonnaise, 2 tablesponns dry onion soup mix, 1 teaspoon curry powder, 1 can of the chicken broth and a cut-up water chestnut. Pour this on top of the bean mixture. Put either canned or frozen onion rings on top and bake at 350 degrees until hot and bubbly About 30 minutes. This recipe came from the files of Joan McCool of Athens. It makes a great main dish. Seems like a new wrinkle on an old dish. We have made green beans and onion rings together for years without the chicken. Thanks a lot. and her children Day, they consisted and his wife Carval and Got- Stanley Johnson of nghter, Connie They were there Weekend, not just On Sunday Mrs. Shirley three children, Sharon, of Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. and Hllary of Winfield and Dang Luskie of Fort DdsOt eSpent Mother's in home of her tily, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. having birthday= Jackson, Steve Mc- Iner, Walter Lewis Robertson, Jana Sybll Norris, Guy Billle Taaffe, Dee man, Pat Polk, Polly Alvls Gipsom, Stevens, Larry Reese, Billy Norris, Chris Norris, Minnie Carter, Truda Mary Lou Spivey, Arzllla Hughes, John Hayton, Jean Rhoades, Llllle Lewis. had as supper night, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby enlisted in the Enlistment ently, according to Air Force Recruiter graduate of Malakoff for enlist- Air force July 29, from the Air training course San Antonio, he is training I aptitude. an sciences College of the basic and RODEO CLOWN--Mark Jack, accompanied by Greg Perry, drew the attutlon of the crowd in the ~th Annual Mainkoff Future Farmers of America Rodeo Parade Friday. The parade traditionally kicks .off the weekend of rodeo activity. Both Jack and Perry served as clowns Friday and Saturday nights at the arena, helping to secure stock and prevent injury to contestants. (Staff photo by Lori Calinway) I II I FEED.SEED.SUPPLIES KEIINEIH LEWIS OWNER WEST Hi~. 31, KERENS II III I WANTED: Clothes on Consignment We pay you 30% on consigned clothes. g Soon. CLOTHES CLOSET . OPENING IN JUNE. Bring your used but good Men's, Ladies' & Children's, After 5, Sportswear, Coats, Dresses, Shoes, Bags, etc. Become one of our consignors! Betty Fowler 887-7893 or Tony Hatton 451-3107 Hwy. 274 N. Seven Points 432-3942 (Next to Fowler & Son Painting) STUDENTS IN THE Spanish and Speech classes at Malakoff High School had as their special guest last week, Don MeCwd, Malakoff Police Chief. McCord showed a new filmstrip Just received by the police department on drugs. Teachers for the classes were Jewell Cotton and Ino Mall. (Staff photo by Lorl Callaway) Malakoff School Menu to be May 26 Malakoff Eighth Grade graduation May 23-27 Monday: Corn dogs with mustard, tatar tots with catsup, cheese stick, green beans, milk. Tuesday: Hamburgers, cheese slice, lettuce, tomato, pickle slices, french fries with catsup, milk. will be held Thursday, May 26, at I p.m. The ceremonies will be in the high school auditorium. Included on the program will be the invocation by Cynthia Rivers, welcome by John Brown, announcements of awards by Jerrilyn Tarver, an address by salutatorian Billy Norris and valedictorian Sharla Slaton, awarding ~. of diplomas by Norman Plemous and b Ron Speed and the benediction by Sean Stenovttch. Nutritional claims moszo must be on label Wednesday: Beet" chalupas, grated cheese, lettuce and tomato, buttered corn, cookies, milk. Thursday: Sandwiches, potato chips, pickle slices, pork and beans, apple half and milk. Frlday: Teacher's Workday! HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See Malakoff 510 W. goyMI Blvd. The Food and Drug Administration requires that packaging which makes a specific nutritional claim must have the product's nutritional content printed on the label, says Marilyn Haggard, a food nutrition specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. The label must show the serving size, calories, and amounts of protein, car- bohydrates and fats per serving. It must also indicate the percentage of US ' LDA provided per serving. U p to 11.9 E E R w The RDA stands for recommended daily allowance" or the approximate Ulmh__ .. amounts of protein, vitamins and minerals needed by adults for good ............................ health. 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