Newspaper Archive of
The Malakoff News
Malakoff, Texas
June 9, 1983     The Malakoff News
PAGE 3     (3 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 9, 1983

Newspaper Archive of The Malakoff News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

8harry Tapley of Emory James Tapley family on Heather sure Tapley's are the mother of Herman the nursing home at has been ill. Mr, and Moore visited with her on :k of Dallas with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Mrs. Haddock is their of Silver City, here working on Wh they returned home ile here they had as sad Mrs. John Early of ~f Mason s last week with her sister Mr. and Mrs. George they stopped by 5.V. Walker's. of Cross Roads visited s for a short visit Clara fell out her ankle. She cane. Do hope that .,. in hopes that her leg ' = mnd the Willow Springs picnic on Sunday. planned to take in and Harold Feaglns and on over to Nuevo on Memorial Day city and Myrtle and Trinidad went to oming on Sunday at Stephensv/lle. All a good time, but they good time by stopping by back and visiting Malakoff who friends. They visited D.R. Pugh, and Bud- and Mrs. J.C. Gallop, formerly as Nonnie night, the Glynn spend the with Debra Richardson. They With her mother and and Mrs. Elmo Collard of They retur- On Sunday, Ann, Andrews of Athens , at the Walkers, Andrews attended tyfor the Church. They Sesame Place and of interest to also in Dallas on principal took out for an Appreciation st the revolving tower in Rhonda, Barbara nice dinner last Mr. and Mrs. Don / in Carthage after Jesse. at 6 p.m., Ray Karen and Gary and Dale Norris session for the New Mexico. ~companied by the P of youth, Casey Pagitt, Brenda Thompson, Chris Melinda Julian, Mlchelle Wright, 8harla Slaten, Jana Batson, Krlsti Allen, Junior Class sell ads vlll be black and 8old and ads on the purchasing an asked to Teresa at 4~- class are Barbara TI~....~ News, 11mr*do~,, J~e |, IJR,-4IA Rhonda ~on, Van DoeUck, Mar- nesday night last week to start mlngs eus BatNo, Kyle and Kev'm Kilman, rolling. The school will be held on July Chris Norris, James Batson, Darr/n ~Sth through the 29th. Hope that your Allen, Oreg Alhlock, Billy Norris and children through the sixth grades can Randy Lee. They will return this attend. A fun timeis being planned. Friday night at about I0 p.m. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Mary GarretS, sister Of Tommy Tan- Lancaster and Tammy, of Kerens, Mr. nor has been in the Scott and White and Mrs. Julius Perry of Powell and Hnspltal recenUy. Do hope that she is Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodwin of Cot- improved by now. sicana attended the Perry Reunion at Charlle Vandagrlff, brother M Blan- the Center in Athens. the 8elmll is in the hmpltal at Temple. Mrs. Denver Lancaster of Kerens is the Scott and White. came by the hotme on Friday and said Bill and June 8eholl of Hotmton ~me that she was really enjoying each on Friday to visit with his mother, Mrs. weekend. It seems that her husband's L.J. Sdtoil. Blanche ret~ with family of Kerens had their reunion last them for a visit. They went by Temple weekend at Prairie Point Cemetery. to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charile Van- Mr. Lancaster has eight children and dagriff, they aH have several children and Jerry Rainwater and Virginia grandchildren. They had a really good Tucker, who are in charge of the reunion as all eight children were there. Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Then this coming Sunday is the Church had a called meeting onWed- Magulre Reunion in Kerens at the Housing Project Community Room. MHS Class of '68 .ape to the Lancaste,', and all of the other relatives there. host to We have heard there are some con- .u- ear fic~ as Cullen Allen is kin to the reunion Magalre's and his wife's family are ,atur, having a re . o, i. the other diction The Ma]akoff High School Class of '08 on this same day. Angle will sure be will hold their 15 year reunion this missed as well as her cream peas if she Saturday, June 11th. The day will Imgin doesn't show up. Well you can't be at 11:00 a.m. with a family picnic at everywhere at onco. Tiger Stadium, with games to follow. The Brooks Rogers Reunion is also on They will then meet at 6:30 p.m. in this Sunday, June 12th. They want all of Athens, at the National Guard Armory the relatives to come to the Lion's Den for dinner and entertainment to be on Sunday. provided by MHS '66 graduate, Drew On Saturday, June llth, Tom Rogers Truelove, who is ctwrently a disc Jockey will be 89, and Gladys and Paul are in- for WKQA in Peoria, Illinois. Anyone viting friends and relatives to help him wishing to attend the attar dinner celebrate onSaturday, Junellth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster of festivities shonld contact Lann Perkins, Arlington and Wayne Sawyer of Dallas 489-1143 or Meiinda Watson, 489-07~, were in the city over the weekend beLore Friday. visiting at the Foster ranch. Canning time is Just around the corner ff not already here, BEET PICKLE8 Pick beets and leave roots and 3 or 4 inches of stem so that they will not bleed. Cover and bring to a boil and cook until tender about 30 minutes. Remove from hot water and pour cool water over them after they are tender. Skin and remove roots with a knife. Put in hot Jars, whole or quartered according to size. Brlnll to a boll: 4 cups vim~lar and 3 cup8 sugar. Let boil until sugar is dissolved about 5 mlnut~. Pour ovor b~ta and seal. Th/s recipe came from my mothor, Mrs. Minnie Maguire. Mrs. Charlie Van- dagriff of Granbury had it in her file. , I II I II II I I I III I I First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 reported good services Sunday mondng with the paster, Rev. R. C. Hodge, bringing the message. A number of the sick are improving. Ama Lee Jackson is at home from the hospital and Mrs. Vee McCallster is improving at home. Mrs. Ora D. Redle remains a patient at Lakeland Hospital in Athens but is reportedly better. 8pacy MeCatister is at home from the hospital and is staying with hie daughter in Fort Worth. Syria Hulln was called to his Dad's bedside. He took his father to the veteran's hospital in Marlin where he is in critical condition. Syria's brother died in DaLlas and funeral services were held last Sunday. Lenora Bniley's niece, Joyce, spent two weeks wlth her recently. Joyce Is Church. from the north and her aunt was very A combined mueica] will be held at glad to see her. First Baptist Church June In. First Baptist gave The Yarns their Everyone is invited to attend. gifts Sunday morning from the church. Alvls Jackson is at home frmn the A meeting for Bible School workers hospital following w/nor surawT. He 18 will be held Saturday at First Baptist reportedly doL,~flne. Dallas, Texas was named after George Mifflin Dallas. Who was he? Vice- president of the United States in 1845. FEED-& SEED SUPPLIES KENNL'TH LEWIS CALL O~NER W[$T HWY. 31, KEENS )ll4.Jt~OZ III Q SUNDAY DINNER BUFFET STYI FROM 11:00 until 2:00 Dinner includes choice of 2 Hot Meat Entrees, 3 Farm Fresh Vegetables, Salad Bar, Hot Rolls and Drink. BOILED SHRIMP & CATFISH BUFFET ALL YOU Includes Salad Bar, Fries g Hushpuppies CAN EAT WED., THURS., FRI., & SAT. NIGHTS 6-8 p.m. LUNCH BUFFET SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 95 11 a.m.-2p.m. "If you can't go to Mama's --- Come to Alderman's" 6 MINUTES EAST OF THE ATHENS SQUARE ON JACKSONVILLE HIGHWAY 675-6661 III I I II II III I I II II IIII I II IIIIII III IIIIIIII II 3% annual rate Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. 3 annud] ;ate Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. 2 dnntl,.ll rdtc Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. & LOAN ASSOCIATION Formerly First Savings & Loan Association of Athens Member FSLIC A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal of certificates,