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Wlliard Currey atten- Church services on since they were having at the Trinidad of Murchison at- services for Bunelia afternoon and visited in the and family, Mr. Ln Ennis on Thur- and the loss of Wllmn's in Mount Pleasant Services were Ite4~en was admitted Memorial Hospital on eye surgery on Robertson, her accompanied her spent the weekend Clara Jo Davis of spent the past L i MALAKOFF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONOR GRADUATE8 ARE (left to riot) Cynthia Rivers, 91 average; BUIy Norris, celebrated her sixteenth salutatorian, 93 average; Sean Stenovltch, Pl average; and 8haria 81aton, valedictorian, N average. Grodu=Uen exercises a party on May 14th at the wll~behe~dTh~rsday~May26~~t~:~~p~m~~tthehighschoo~a~d~t~rIum~(8ta~ph~tobyL~riC~liaw~y~ Mr. and Mrs. who were served ....... Sandwiches, cokes, Lakeland Hospital at 3:51 p.m. He tars on the highway where it hasbe~ the Truck Pull at the rodeo pens. weighed 9 Ibs., 8 oz. His parents are Mr. for several years. It seems that Pattye First Baptist Church on Highway 31 Jerry Johnson, and Mrs. Martin Stockard of Athens. is retiring to move to Monroe, Michigan had wondorf~ services Sunday. There Kaiah Brown, Julle Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pete after becoming the bride of Jim MaGee was also 3 p.m. sorv/ees with youth day Van Demon, Kyle andStockard of Athens. Great grandparen- of that city in two weeks, held. The Good Street Baptist Youth Annette, Doyle and ts are Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hosklns of The employees gave her a surprise Choir brought the music. There were 65 Mr. and Malakoff and great great grandmother, party last Thursday at noon andin attendance on a chartored bus. Thore and Maggie Van Mrs. Maude Hoskins of Malakoff.presented her with a wedding cake and was plenty of good food for the guest Congratulations, Monde. some lingerie. The cake was white with and dinner was served at I p.m. Service was Zelma Cook, formerly of Log Cabin a bride and groom in the center. It was The Rev. Calvin TownsM brought the he~t at First Baptist Estates, has moved to The Colony, and decorated in blue with the words, "Got- i iiiiiii ii Sunday night sex'- it has been learned that she broke her elm" Beet Wishes Pattye and Jim. It - My GOt Up And Go Has GOt Up And WOn't Participating in the wrist right after moving. Her address is was made by one of the workers, Theda My pt up and go has Sot up and wont Fnulk, Amy Pear- 4933 Watkins, P.O. Box 92210, The Craig. Pattye resides in Trinidad. Jim How do J know my youth is all spent? Ferreli, Monies Colony, Texas, 75056. Sorry about this, works at Ford. Good luck and bestMy ~t up nnd go tm got up and wont Alison Rhoades, Zeima. wishes Pattye and I hope that youBut in spite of it nH l'm sb|e to grin Jennifer Polk, Julie Lance Perkins has a broken arm also. really like Monroe, Michigan. W~n I recall •h~ my Pt up has been. Fro'real, Mlchele Mien He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and 8tacy 0ld m is gddan I'~ ~,,d it said, 8hells Ra/nwater isPerkins. Hope that it is soon back to visited with the G.V. Walker's onBut sometimes I •o~er when I got into ~, been for normal. Saturday night and they also attended ~ith m[etrs in s drawer and my teeth in a CUp, Pattye Self has been manager for the My eyefot~tm tabkr, on~t.t"~, p. pastDon°vansevenGalvantiyears. SheseWingreplacedr°°m forBeckythe Lions plan annual Ere ...., ,o Jordnn, who was manager when the mop and broom sale business first opened in the old hank building. It then moved to its new.quar. the G,A. son.g and then It was a ~ service. and Ads Seholl of on Friday and picked up : and they returned to spent a few days with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. C el1 eratlons family that can brag ~onerati0ns. Mrs. er son, Lonnle Loanie Kay Lanee 8tockard son, Tony Martin It's A BoyI The Annual Spring Mop and Broom Sale, sponsored each year by the Malakoff Lions Club, will be held this Neal and Pam Hampy have a new baby Saturday, May 2a, from 9:00 a.m. until boy. This is the way the announcement 5:00p.m. in frontof Food Fare Plaza. readl Items to be sold include mops, Christopher Hampy announces the brooms, several types of household birth of a brother, Eric Justin, May brushes, miscellaneous items such as 20Oh, 7:35 a.m. at Mother Frances dish towels and clothes, sponges, pot Hospital in Tyler. He weighed 8 lbs. and holders, etc. and also rubber mats and 12 ozs. and was 21 inches long. grass door mats. Most of the products We wllJ add grandparents, Mr. and are made by the blind. Mrs. Edwin Arthus of Malakoff and Proceeds go to help the blind and also great grandmother, Francis Arthus of needy families in Malakoff and Cayuga. surrounding communiUes. • al born on May 7th at TURTLE CAKE I box German Chocolate cake mix I cup water ½ cup oil I stick margarine, melted to install s ½ can ..nd M.k Mix all ingredients above and pour ½ of batter into a 9x13 greased pan, bake at June 28 325 degrees for 15-2o minutes. Melt 24 caramels in ½ can of Eagle Brand ndlk. Spread this mixture over partially cooked cake hatter. Pour renmining cake hat- ter over the caramel mixture and bake about 30 minutes at 335 degrees. will be installed for the Brach's caramels taste best. Club at a banquet to Optional: l cup of nuts into melted caramel mixture. June 28. Frosting: Use pecan and coconut. After putting a little on top, pop it under the be installed as broiler for a short time to toast the coconut. Callaway as This recipe came from Carolyn Duncan of Cayuga and Linda 8¢~ of ack Burton will be Tool. Charles Barndt editor and James in charge of com- Platoons will service and Jerry in charge of inter- meets each Wed- a hmeheon at the Service leadership calls for more in- nd personal consumer information state's consumers Exten- A&M University an Extension family provide free Wide range of con- as conserving home household resolving consumer wilderness Cimarro_.nn R.V. Sales and Service Featuring Fleetwood Wilderness and Wilderness/Cimarron Pads, Service and Accessories Available Open Monday-Saturday 8:00 - 5:00 p.m. Sunday 12:00- 4:00 p.m. 489-1163 East Hwy. 31 Malakoff C|marronn Svm' F.at Well Balanced, Nutritious Melb No Calorie Counting, Weighing or Measuring Food No Streneous Exercise Literally Melts Body Fat Possible to Lose 20 to 30 pounds = month ! "toPic as bikini two concentrated Herb Capsules before each meal Formula Researched Since 1966 Herbs also available for Energy, Pain, Adhritis, Skin Care Vitality & Nutrition FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Rffllt IVES Owlor Inquiries Wdcomel 31 & 90 Em!sp Isthere anything else I should put on the shelf? And I'm happy to say as I close my door, My friends are same, perhaps even mo~. When I was young my slippers were red, When I lot oldor my slippers were blue, But still I could dance the whole night threugh, Now I om old and my slippers are black I •alk to the store and puff my WOY back, The way I knew. my youth was all spent My lot up and ~ had got up and wonL gut really I don't mind when I think •ith a grin, Of all the places my get up has been, Since i have retired from life's competition I busy myself with complete repetition. I get up sech merniniL dust off my wits, Pick up my paper and reed the "Obits", if my name is miffing I know I am not dead So I out a loud rmml and 8o beck to bed. i", sv de vomINTm 1983--3A message. L. McCalister passed away Thursday in Lamesa. Funeral services were set for 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at CME Church. Area Lee Jackson is a patient at Memorial Hospital in Corsicans. Marshall Tnrver's grandbaby was taken to the emergency room at Cor- sicana Hospital recently after putting a bead in each of her ears. The doctor had to remove the beads, but she is doing fine now. Eva Mne Hulin had a lot of company last week with her nephew from San Jose, Calif. visiting and her sister from Dallas, Bernice Lane. HOME-.COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing:. Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See ,~ 489-0520 Malakoff 6|0 W. 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