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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 18, 19~-JA is improving every in Navarro Corsicans recen- aday. be back to his of New Orleans, La., night with his here, before in Emporium, Kansas. a trip to Kan- was Tommy. Hope cause any problems with Robertson and Virginia in Dallas this week on visited with Llllle Bradley, last Gunnels and Terl of in Corsicana clothes. L. O. Eagan of Ar- brought Cody and home to their Mrs. Perry Scrim- remained for the amd Jim Scrlmshire, gran- and Llnda Scrlmshlre, took them to to attend the Barnum and Bailey They enjoyed man who works of Christ at 419 Martin everyone to attend a from the Bible on p.m. The preacher former resident has been residing with her daughter, has apartment near Cola have you back in SIMPSON Simpson imember HOW IT WAS--Five and six year old students at the United Methodist Church Bible SChool last week studied the children of the Bible and how they dressed and lived. Each child dressed in clothing similar to that worn during Biblical times. Three- year-olds in the group learned about native music by making their own Instruments. (Staff photo by Lisa Weaks) Lion District Territory Governer Beruchamb spoke at the Corsicana National Bank Building at the luncheon held Sunday from 10 until 2:30 p.m. Malakoff President Paul Powers and Zone Chairman Willie Sims attended the meeting. There will be a Lion's meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday night, August 18. This will be held at the Lion's Den and members are urged to attend. Elbert MeMlllan went to an eye specialist in Tyler Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond spent the weekend in Tatum with Mr. and Mrs. School schedule released for Malakoff classes Roger Almond and family. Melouy and Elizabeth Almond returned home with their grandparents for a week's visltl Ross Chambers of Athens and the Alton Chambers were in Temple at the Veteran's Hospital Monday. a.m.. Dismissal for K-2 will be qt 3 p.m. and for 3-6 at 3:30 p.m. Junior High classes, 7th and 8th grades, will begin at 8:30 a.m. and dismiss at 3:30 p.m. High school classes will begin at 8:30 a.m. and dismiss at 3:30 p.m. Corn Kernels should be glossy. Press a fing~ Hghtly on several kernels instead of sticking a fingernail in a kernel. The kern&Is should give slightly if the corn is milky and suitable. PINEAPPLE-GLAZED APPLE PIE ! cups unsweetened pineapple Juice V4 cup sugar 7 tart medium apples, peeled, cored, cut in wedges, 7 cups 3T cornstarch IT butter or margarine % t. vanilla I baked 9-inch single crust pie shell, cooled V4 t. salt In a large sauce pan combine I;/4 cups of pineapple juice and sugar. Bring to boll, add apple wedges. Simmer covered for 5 minutes or until soft. With slotted spoon, lift apples from liquid, set aside to drain. Blend the remaining ;/4 cup pineapple Juice slowly into cornstarch, add to hot pineapple Juice In sauce pan. Cook and stir mixture untll it thickens and bubbles, cook I minute more. Remove from heat, stir In butter, vanilla and salt. Cover and cool 30 minutes without stirring. Pour half of the pineapple mlxture Into the All Malakoff Independent School baked ple shell, spreading to cover bottom. Arrange cooked apples on top. Spoon District students will report to classes ' remaining mixture over apples. Cover and refrigerate until chilled. Before ser- Monday morning, August 22. ring, garnish center of pie with whipped cream and chopped macadamla nuts If Elementary classes will begin at 8:20 desired. This originally came from the Better Homes and Gardens. It's a Boyl Richard Dewayne Paul was born to Richard and Becky Paul of Athens August 5th, 19~, at 2:46 a.m. at Navarro Regional Hospital in 'Cor- sicans. Becky Paul is the cousin of Pam Tapley, who is an operator at LaNita's staff we recelved new. He had his wife, Mamle Lou, his son son is a new mem- and his wife, Doyle and Annette Scott, !f Public Library Mr. and MRs. William Cartridge all r welcomed because with him as well as other visitors 'am is over and theduring the stay inthe hospi~l. Cares the use of the younger Bledler and Llllle Lewis both visited wit him. TheRev. BIIIRamboalsovisited. rill be checking books Mae Harris fell at her home on Mith- atrons, will re-shelve chain Street Thursday night and hit her Ileal order and help to cedar chest. She had to be taken to clean. She will be lear- Navarro Regional Hospital in Car- ng system, also. sicana by Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. is working under the The X-ray's showed one broken rib. We Employment Program do hope that she is much improved by program was started in now. ! older citizens with Iow Orange is real berry m administeredby the on Community Develop- The most important citrus fruit--the ,Ion ais fundedthrongh orange-is really a special type of ~rr~ of Aging. berry known to botanists as JOOs include park hesperidium. Ten to 15 segments in public building each orange contain the juice that's aides, senior cen- very high in vitamin C and provides Enrollees must be 55 vitamins A and B as well as important older, mineral salts. Beauty Shop. Dee Scott went to Lakeland Medical ~ ~ ; ~@ Center Wednesday and had a pace , ~