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The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 21, IM3--3A been in the Tyler Hazel Seargeant, Ruth Cude, Thelma We are sure that he Burks, Irene Prestrledge, Truda ~[by now. Dohope thatLeopard, Gladys Laney, Aline natural health real Reynolds. Kathleen McCann and the hostess, Gels Brock. Guests for the lun- ' School Class, that cheon were, Edna Foote, Betty Rambo, McCann, had Shiela Rainwater, Virginia Tucker, Monday at the home O.D. McCann and Elton JQhnson. L Brock. The luncheon was Mildred Bampy contracted Patio with the following pneumonia and had to go to the hospital 11th: Vivian in Tyler. The Rev. Bill Rambo drove Lou Scott, Carve her to the hospital and admitted her Farmer, Mary 8teiflg,there, on Monday. RICKY MCKINNERY AND MONA COUTIER Mr. and-Mrs.-John Brown attended the Baptist All State Band and Choir Concert held in Waco Sunday, June 10th. Kalah, their daughter, was one of the 400 participants in the hand. Brent Cheatham of Tyler, formerly of Malakoff, was in the choir and par- ticipated in the concert also. This was held in Waco Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Bean and Stepbanle of Georgetown spent the weekend in Malakoff with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster of Arlington at their ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and SCacy of Athens, spent the day Thursday with her parents, the G.V. Walkers. On Friday Mrs. G.V. Walker, Ann arts Stacy Andrews of Athens visited with Mrs. Cecil Grant of Athens. The Rev. Bill Reisor, his wife, Nits, daughter Ericka and son Grog and another t~. e~t. We dohope that he The First United Methodist Church have a warm spot for Edna, she tom- is soon im'pwfv~ and' able to return will hold a Vacation Church School piled the history of Malakoff and gaveit home, /": ". ' ..... August 8 thrnugh 12. To register or for to the library before leaving here and she gave me some crocks that I use for Paul and Gil vs Pwers had as guests more information call 489-1467. over the ! tmeir, eud, Gladys' niece, Another guest in the home of James pickles. Esther Shaw and her family, Jim and Tapley was Mrs. Lovle Murdock from Thanks, Edna. Juanlta.They have been t'esiding in Las Porter. Sammie Tarver is in Corsicana Vegas, Nevada. They were enroute to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Taylor and Shar- Memorial Hospital, he is some better. their new home in St. Pet rslmrg, nlsa of Downey, California visited with Area Lee Jackson is ill but better. Mr. Florida.i While here on,Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor of Pearl Her- Jim Tarver passed away July 14. HIS Gladys, Esther and Juanita visited with her Estates recently, funeral was Saturday, July 16 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers inTyler. Linda Sertmshire of Tool went to at First Baptist Church with the Elder Mary Louise Maguire Toland of Fort meet Beverly Eagan to pick up her S.V. Darlyofflciatingtheservice. Worth called on Saturday to let us know children, Cedy and C0ry, who had been Syria Hulin is on his vacation, He thatsbeandberhusbanda~weli. They visiting with her in Odessa. They went to Houston to his wife, EvaMae's won a dance contest on Sati~rday night visited in Ardmore, Oklahoma with Mr. brother for a day or two. He also went to at the Otld Fellows Hall over about 75 and Mrs. L.O. Eagan before returning Dallas to Eva Mac's sister Bernice's people. This is a bemarkabie feat as home. and hada wonderful time. Syria Hulin's Mary Louise is blind. We were glad to Prances and Charles Wetzel of sister Annie Mac Jackson was vlslting hear that she is still able~toj~-~oy life at TerreU spent Sunday visiting with Mr. all week in the Hulin's home. Eva Mac 70. She tbld us that her sister, Margaret and Mrs. Bill Green. In the afternoon Hulin's brother and family spent a and Olhn' Thomas of Fort Worth left on they all attended the dedication service week also with the Hulins. Tony Hulin at'the First Baptist Church. spent a week with his cousin Travls Mrs. D.M. Wyatt and Edna Evans of Tarver in Dallas. He had a grand time. Corsicans were among the former Edna Tarver spent last weekend with members, who returned on Sunday af- relatives in Malaknff. Gloria Dean ternoon for the dedication service at Johnson's cousin spent last weekend First Baptist Church. We will always with her and family. family, Cindy, Amanda and Friday for Halifax, ~a Scocia. We Christopher of Whitehouse attended the feel sure that they.,~dll~y this trip. dedication service at the First Baptist Mrs. Blanche 8ch011 returned to her Church on Sunday afternoon. Brother Reisor was asked to close the program with prayer. The Rev. Jackie 8tanfleld, Sherry and their children attended the service at the First Baptist Church on Sunday and visited with his parents, Mr. end Mrs. Joe Stanfield. He is pastor at Poyner. home ~ week. She has been staying with a former.rewidentof Malakoff in Athens, Mrs. Willie Owens while her daughters, Mrs. 3anlce Miller of Athens aOc )ul4s nbnmm ,0f: Dall ,s. were visiting in Hong Kong. Mr. and Mrs, Glynn Walker, Edbra and Jennifer spent a short time in Athens visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Elmo The Bey. James Cheatham, Dotty Collard on Friday. Jennifer remained and Brent Cheatham of Tyler, attended at the home of her grandmother, for a the service at First Baptist Church. He few days. She wa~ going to go to Rusk read the opening scripture and led in on Monday with:'~e children .of. the pra~,er for the opening of the program. Christian Church a~l h~r~ousin, Stacy This was one of the most impressive Andrews, for the trair~iride to Jackson- services ever held in Malakoff. Those ville. They will ret~'n~or her later this who did not attend the Dedication of the v~eek. First Baptist Church missed a treat. Jimmy and Sherry Tapley and their Mrs. Norms Keggereis, daughter.* of daughter, Heather of Emery spent the Rbondn and Ray Taylor of Pear Harbor weekend with his parents and family Estates is very talented. When' she Mr. and Mrs. James Taply here recen- played, "When They Ring Those fly. Golden Bells" and dedicated it to her grandmother it was something to hear.Kin family It never sounded like that with all fo ----- ~ those lovely bells ringing when we had reunion held heard it before. The whole program was unique. We don't know all of the people who were on the program committe~, but we de know that Virginia Tucker and Lionel Duncan were on it and they were not mentioned, so our thanks go to them for a job well done. Marllyn Wright of Cedar Creek Lake and a teacher at HC- JC gave a magnificent performance on the piano when she played "How Great Thou Art". You had to be there to know how great the whole program was. McKin e to wed Willie Sims is in the "Corsicans __n_rnej Memorial Hospital, Room 215. They have him on a kidney machine. When J. Jack Cloutier of University of Texas, where she he gets the treatments he is very weak announce the received a Bachelor of Business Ad- and has to rest before he can have and approaching . ministration degi'ee in Finance and Was . their daughter, Mona a member of Phi Beta Chi: ~he.i~em ...... :~ ...... ~ ,. , ..... ,,~ to Mr. Rlcky Don ployed b~' 'I|i~erFirst Bank~H0~ton, ~ .,~. : Malakoff ..... ~.~ Houston and son NA. as an' rnt~rnation~tl Lend~ti~ In- f'~ _ DonatimiS of tern. .... ~emetery Rick is a 1978 graduate of Malakoff High School and a 1982:graduate o~ The University of Texas, where he received Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moore $25 a Bachelor of Busines~ Administration Nig Tapley Family $25 degree in Finance and was a member of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry, in memory the University of Texas Finance of BunellaDodson $10 Association. He is employed by Inter- Mac Walker, in memory of J.C. Allen First Bank Southwest HoustOn, N.A. as Family a Commercial Credit Analyst, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Allen in memory of The couple will wed August 27, 1983 in the J.C. Allen Family $10 Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W.D. King of Log Cabin Estates, had a family rennionrecently. ~'rnose present were: daughter and Col. and Mrs. C,F. Wilhito from Miami, Florida, daughter Mrs. Jeanne Rust from San Angelo, Texas, granddaughters Miss Janet Wilhite from Gainesville, Florida and grandson and wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Rust and Ashiyn Rae from Grand Prairie, Texas. 6 | of the bride-elect and ~, respectively, are of Shiner, and Mr. Cloutier of Monroe, Ernest Goldsmith Texas and Mrs. of Rising Star, graduate of Shiner a I~I graduate,of The PEAR CHOW--CHOW I peck pears 12 onions 12 hot peppers 12 bell peppers Grind or put through food chopper. Grind or put through food chopper. Add: 3 cups sugar 2 cups prepared mustard 2 cups vinegar 2 tap. celery seed 2 tap. salt Bring to a boil and let simmer for 20 to 30 minutes. Put in Jars and seal at once. This came from Carve Biedler's kitchen. Read a tipon how to get rid of cigarette smoke--Put small bowls of vinegar in 4 corners of the room. Didn't think that there were any more than four corners in a room. Try it anyway ! The way to eliminate spattering and sticking in cooking is to heat your pan before adding the butter or oil. HOME. COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing:. Employers Casually, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See ~ 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. O O 99 Featuring Manufactured in Longview, Texas We're there when you need us )WEI{ & 1.1( )MI i::iiii!~!ii!i i We Buy and Also Featuring: Sell Clean, Used Trailers...TRY US!!! amper 4( 4( We are now taking reservations for "P .k 4( R.V. Hookups 4( 4( During the -k 4( ,k 4( 4( BOAT RACES 4( 4( August 6th & 7th 4( 4( 4( Call now while there's still room!!! *******************'k O O , OnE .,,.,,, .... ...... ast Hwy. 31 OO@OOOO@ Monday.Saturday 8 a.m..6 p.m.