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[5 ":~ The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 2, 1983--3A .... i IIIJlJll i i ~, ijI ....... i i i ~ i iii ........ i I I iiii :_ iii J J -- . i J J J J ~i(~ " " year it will be held in the Community sent out invitations to those that they Brooks Rogers Reunion. It will be held the fellowship and fun. knew addresses for. Anyone who would Lions Club ~, morning and returned at 1 LI~ Thursday morning. Carva --'mr Was in charge of the trip. The el the First Bantist Ch h were and - _ ure o~b!~ nev. Bill Rambo drove one i1~~q Gerald Graham drove the other Jimmy Crouch attending the trip were Louise ~, Betty and Bill Rambo, Edna Csrvs Beidler, Mary and Gerald ~11~In, Biille Hearn, Archle Mac ~,~, Fsyrene Bineman, Llllle ~s., bglnla Robertson, Mamle Lou | in looking for the pastor ~11~ t Baptist Church of Malakoff. : il wU none other than Rev. Curtis fOrmerl of Athe m now Y ens. H " :l~ 0f the First Baptist Church in .4/ t t This was the reason that they ,ilte t coming home He wanted ut and view his new Church receives degree ' Csrterattended the Lt~. ~ exercises in Midiothian last Jimmy Edward Crouch graduated i [t uY. ghr. John Carter, son of Mr. Thursday, May 12, 1983 at Waco Hall ~k~. Fred Carter graduated, and from Baylor University in Waco. Tgrsndson of Louise. The degree conferred was Juris Doc- tor from the Baylor School of Law. ~i~l~m and Virginia Robertson and Jimmy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. l,~a Robertson and Barbara and Melvin Crouch of Malakoff. He els of Trinidad went to Car- graduated from Malakoff High School i~ It~ Celebrate Pebbles and Jesse in May 1977, Henderson County Junior ~-.,-'? ~'s blr .~tMj~.. thdsy. Pebbles was 13 College in May 1978, and received his ~q Net~c was 19. They are the children B.S. Degree in Education with a double l~place~nd Don Robertson. This all major in English and Speech from w last weekend. .. Baylor University in 1980. eekend they went back to uar- He is a member of Delta Theta Phi Friday night to attend the Law Fraternity, Moot Court Society, and of C..,.t,an I non of Jesse Robertson. Vernor Mark White proclaims $afe Boating Week" 5-11 Texas is a statewide organization with a membership of boat dealers, manufacturers and distributors. An ongoing BTAT goal is to enhance the pleasures of recreational boating by reminding boaters to enjoy Texas waterways safely. Mark White has 5-11 "Texas Safe and the U.S. Coast it "National Safe The special statewide was issued by Governor at the Texas State l"~ll _ ! i_ in the tnmatoiogm[ warns were the Boating Trades of Texas, Marina Spring peak season Texas Parks and Association, U.S. and U.S. Power slx organizations the and to remind Texans fun." Boating Week objec- for Texas tornadoes Texas is entering the peak season for tornadoes, although the destructive storms can occur any time of year, warns an expert who has spent more than 20 years studying state weather patterns. Since 1951, more than 2,100 twisters have touched ground statewide during to install new New officers will be installed for the Malakoff Lions Club at the Lions Den at 7p.m. Thursday, June 16. To be installed for the fiscal year 1983-84 are as follows: Neal Lawson, past president; Paul Powers, president; James D. Anders, 1st vice president; William E. Malone, 2nd vice president; Willie V. Sims, secretary- treasurer; Banner Poole, asst. secretary-treasurer; Otis F. Dean, Lion Tamer; Joe B. Faulk, Tail Twister; Jerry Garrison, one year director; Wayne Callaway, one-year director; Albert Scott, two-year director; Alfred Williams, two-year director; Huey Clements, Chaplain. The organization meets on the first and third Thursday nights of each mon- th at 7 p.m. at the Lions Den south of Malakoff on F.M. 90. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Scrlmshire, Cory and Cody went to Ardmore last weekend to help her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Eagan, get settled in their new home. They were moving from McCamey. Deepest sympathy goes to the Kirk- patrick and Thomas families in the loss of their relative, Donnle Wallace. He died in a wreck in Dallas last week. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Klrkpatrick, lva Thomas of Malakoff and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Stewart of Bushwacker attended the funeral which was held at the Aley Cemetery on Wednesday. The body was cremated and placed between the graves of Mand and Lloyd Thomas, former residents of Malakoff, also grandparents of the deceased. Donnle was the son of Joyce Thomas Wallace, who is the sister of Maurene and L.J. like to come will be welcome if they bring their meal and spread with the rest of us. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker were: Ann and Stacey An. drews of Athens and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walker and daughters, Debra and Jen. nlfer of Richardson on Monday of this week. Mrs. Addle Mae Harris was in the hospital in Corsicans last week. Do hope that she is home by this time. Willie Sims said that the Mop and Broom sale was great. They had to close early on Saturday because of rain. But the Lion's Club was helping the Lighthouse for the Blind, and it was a SUCCESS. to follow a few that not only make make it more fun," Happy Birthday Daddy TomI On June lZth, Mr. Tom Rogers of Tyler will be 89 years old. Gladys and Paul Powers extend to all relatives and friends an invitation to come by their home on Highway 90 south, house num- ber 617 on the left going to Cross Roads to help him celebrate. Mr. and Mrs.-Jim Vandagrfff of San Diego, California are visiting with hie sisters, Mrs. L.J. Scholi of Malakoff and Gladys Wllllford of Athens. On Thursday Blanche and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vandagrlff went to Ft. Worth to visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Louis Schoil of Fort Worth. Mrs. Elmo Collard of Athens went in- to the Lakeland Hospital on Memorial Day. Her daughter and family, Glen, Paula, Debra and Jennifer of Richar- dson came to visit with her. Hope that she is soon better. IOOF Lodge 233 gave a happy sur- prise on May 24th when Homer Garrett, Grand Master, Wesley Balch, Grand BISCUIT BUTTONS I can of biscuits 1 Tablespoon cinnamon 1 cup sugar grease Cut biscuits into four parts and drop in hot grease until golden brown. Mix sugar and cinnamon together and put in howl with lid or paper bag. Put biscuit buttons in and shake. This is good for a cookout or for girl scout campouts. This recipe was submitted by Stacey Andrews of Athens. BAKED ALASKAN CAKE 1 (1 lb.) commercial cake meringue (recipe below) 1 pt. ice cream, softened Cut 1" thick layer lengthwise from cake. (Freeze remainder of pound cake for another quick dessert). Spread with ice cream. Freeze until firm. Just before serving place on foil-lined baking sheet. Cover top and sides completely with meringue. Bake 3 to 5 minutes at 500 degrees or until lightly browned. Serve im- mediately or return to freezer and slice n needed. Meringue never freeses-eltces beautifully I (Yield: 6 servings). MERINGUE 3 egg whites cup sugar BeaLegg whites until foamy. Add sugar, 2 tablespoons at a time, beating well after each addition. Continue beating mixture until stiff shiny peaks form, RECEIVING AWARDS from Malakoff ISD for years of dedicated service were Sidney Chandler (left). 20 year plaque and John Brown (right), 12 year cer- Uflcate. Chandler teaches at Malakoff Junior illgh and Brown is the Junior High principal. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) Ronda Reynolds named to UT Tyler spring Dean's List Ronda Yielding Reynolds of Malakoff :i:i is among 88 students named to the iii! Secretary and L.C. Wllholt presented a plaque to J.D. Cason and Rudolph Lit. Deans List for the spring semester at i::!i chfleid for many years of outstanding the University of Texas at Tyler. iiil The Deans List includes un-:::: !,! averages of 3.75 or higher and carried f,/O nine or more semester hours of work. Youker, San Benito, the months of April, May and June--the the Boating Trades period each year when tornado activity..,'~,'j~*~,'J~*j~,'~*~o,~J~~,'J~*j~*j~~ Of Texas. "A weekend on is the highest, says State Climatologist q~,------ .- -.- -.- -,- -,- -,- T .,- .,. -,- -,- -,- -,- -,- -.- -.- -... --- more fun if the boat is in John Griffiths, a Texas A&M Univer- condition, on-board safety sity meteorologist. m good shape and the May is the worst month, said Grif- proper boating fiths, because about 30 twisters occur all adds up to peace of then--more than a fourth of all Texas tornadoes that touch down in an and safety infor- average year. available from the But residents of Texas, especially fining in the coalition, newcomers, should be aware that at- are fre. f mospheric conditions which spawn tar- Trades Association o nadoes can form at any time of day or night, warned Griffitha. ~, 489-0520 Mobile homes and automobiles are endations two of the most dangerous places e. ed for tomato during a twister, said Grfffiths. A third of all Americans who died during tor- nadoes last year were either in a trailer mg process house or vehicle at the time. e'ttl ete t States Department of E?ce i g rims week released new Food sterilization eCOmmendations for the extends shelf life of tomatoes and tomato I~ l~.PPl~auce, fruit purees and A Texas A&M University food scien- tist says low-level nuclear radiation wastes could,be safely used to sterilize and preserve foods. Radiation could be used at food processing plants to keep potatoes from rotting and extend their shelf life up to a year and a half, said Dr. E. E. Burns. The process would use radiation from atomic waste to kill microorganisms. i0H I ..... OOIN EXOHANGE . Coin,, Coin S~ppli~ , S~p~, Stomp Supplies . Bmeboil g Footboll Cordt BUYING Scrap Gold, Rings, Sterling Items, u.s. & r,m, n corn, 16 W. 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