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~[rs. O.D. McCann visited her family, Mr. and Bell of Arlington last a surprise birthday Carol Britton their daughter-in-law D of Euless. August 20th, Mr. and attended the 85th of her father, B.W. members of Mr. for this occasion at Mrs. MeCann's sister, and Dick Morrlson Glynn Walker and )n visited on and Sunday with the G.V. and with Mr. and Mrs. Athens. afternoon the G.V. with the Don in their home Andy Andrews and problems all weekend. phone would ring and Picked it up it would cut The called us and said that son called and it went stayed out until Monday You had news and tried to again--now that it is Lmbers of Athens and Mrs. went to Temple on Alton home after ness in the Veterans The family is glad that back home. ~mbers said that Ray Bat- of the First Baptist Director also, and certainly good neigh- her with her yard the illness of Alton Chambers Phillips of Visited with her parents, Alton Chambers on Men- of next week is the third bir- of Dallas. She is of Mr. and Mrs. Bill granddaughter of the They will probably since he has just her birthday at a Dallas with the help of Mrs. Love. of the First Christian his resignation at Church in Athens ef- He will who have come to him. He was given a par- members last Sunday af- Boy! End Tammy Byars, Jr. an- birth of a son, James July 21, 1983 at 6:09 Hospital in 8 Ibs. at birth and 21 in- are Bill and of Mabank and Ed formerly of are Jimmie Sr. of Mabank. ternoon. He is resigning to write a book with his father in Fort Worth. He will not be preaching for a year. He has done outstanding work with the children and youth as well as the adults in his vicinity. Carolyn and Kelly Duncan of Cross Roads spent the weekend recently with their daughter and her husband and their three children. Carolyn gave us this news, but somehow the names got smeared even after we asked her to write them down for us. Slaty Andrews of Athens spent Tuesday night and Wednesday and Thursday with the G.V. Walkers last week. Their school d/d not start until this Monday and we enjoyed having her one last time before school started. On Thursday, Lucllle Almond, Polly Walker and Stacy Andrews were in En- nis and Corsicana shopping. Dotty Cheatham and Wendy of Tyler returned to their home last Monday night as their school started on Tuesday. They had been staying with Mr. and Mrs. David Reese and baby Jordan since Friday when Debl and Jordan returned from the Navarre Regional Hosvtial in Corsicana. REAGAN MILLER Funeral services for Reagan Miller, 90, of Mankin were held last week with burial in Payne Springs Cemetery. Rev. Jimmy Munns and Rev. Ken Jones officiated. Miller passed away Thursday, Aug. 25, at his home. He was a farmer and cattleman and a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Malakoff. ! Survivors include his wife, Virgie, of i~ Mankin; two brother-in-laws, C. I. Mc- i~:~i Donald and J, T. McDonald, both of Mahank; and a number of nieces and nephews. Small town livEn' : ? Making Homecoming phone calls for the Class of '44 can be an exciting event, j Nannie Drake found out last week. Lots ' , ...... { ~ of folks can become involved. It all started when a member of the ; , ~ Class of '44 called Nannie to ask her to contact a list of members. ~ ~,: ~.~,~'~ ~' ~ Nannie, in turn, called Pete Dodson to get a number. The phone cut off during KEVIN KILMAN, Junior at Malakoff their conversation and Pete s phone High School and son of Dr. and Mrs. went dead. P.T. Kllman, will be leading the "new Nannie continued her task, making look" band as they display their new additional rhone calls. band uniforms Friday night against She thought she heard the doorbell Kerens. This is Kevin's third year as oncebutwhenshecheckedcouldn'tflnd drum major of the Tiger Band. (Staff photo by Lisa Weaks) Malakoff School Menu Monday - Labor Day Holiday Tuesday -Barbecue on bun, ranch style beans, peach slices, sugar cookies. Wednesday. Country fried steak with gravy, green beans, whipped potatoes, hot rolls. Thursday - Chili Cheese dog, pinto beans, potato salad, fruit cobbler. Friday - Hamburger on bun, french fries with catsup, salad cups, peanut butter crispy. anyone. Again, while talking on the phone she thought she heard the doorbell When she went to answer it that time there was a crowd on her door- step ..... two Malakoff police officers, Kenneth Carter from Trinidad and Pete. "I was worried about you, Nannie," Pete told her. "When the phone went dead and I couldn't get you hack I was afraid something was wrong." "I laughed about it," Nannie said, "but it really makes you sleep good at night to know everyone is watching out for you." There's a lot of good things about living in a small town. One of those things is the people and the concern they have for others. Malakoff Cemetery Donations Rosa and Bob McLain Family $135 Rye flour Is usually richer in protein than white wheat flour. | e DtHffmtOWl Itl Back To School Time III WILL OPEN THEIR DOORS TO THE PUBLIC AUGUST 26th II Pc. Town Country SOFA-LOVESEAT-CHAIR OTTOMAN-ROCKING CHAIR. I~ IN COCKTAIL TABLES 2 END TABLES. ~t~RL,CL.UDES PLUP.1P REVERSIBLE PILLOWS, ALL UPHOLSTERED m tARTHTONE "LAID, HERCULON FABRIC. &Pc. Ranch Pine Sofa, Rocker, Easy Chair, Party Ottoman, & Two Matching End Tables All 6 Pcs. LETE BUNK BED SET All Solid Wood Construction Includes 2 Mattresses Mismatched Bedding SALE All Innerspring Mattresses BEDDING (Sets Only) TWIN $ 70.99 FULL $ 70.99 QUEEN $119.99 KING $149.99 4 PC. HIGH BACK EARLY AMERICAN ~Dh-, SOFA, LOVESEAT, CHAIR & OTTOMAN ~/~tatered In durable Antron Nylon Fabric, ~(~lr repellent, aoll I~ ateln reeiatant. ~JLID OAK FRAME WHILE THEY LAST nlautlful Floral Prlnto With nomutlful Wood Trim SOFA-LOVEsEAT-CHAIR AND OTTOMAN UPHOLSTERED IN WARM EARTHTONE COLORS. FABRIC MADE OF 100% LONG-LASTING HERCULON. SOLID OAK FRAME. FREE 120-DAY LAYAWAY DEUVERY AVAILA_$LE p Hwy. 90 South 11409 Lake June Rd. 11012 Garland Rd. ayne Springs, Tx. Balch Springs, Tx. Dallas, Tx. 451.3814 289-0093 324-2751 .3 AVAILABLE WITH APPROVED CREDIT -- The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 1, 19&%-3A ii Mrs. Cred Patton has moved to the were in Irving Saturday night attending is doing nicely. Val Vista Nursing Home we heard in the Dallas-Houston pro-season football Helen Tarver left Sunday to go hack case her friends are looking for her. We game. to school in Commerce. could not get in touch with Mrs. B.C. A revival started at Antioch Baptist Campbell to verify this, but we think Lueille and Robert Crow had Tassle Church Monday, everyone is invited. that the news source was safe that we and Lewis Williams and their grandson, received thls from. Jason, as guests Friday. :heyNurse receives Corle~e Tanner has been ill for quite celebrated Louis' birthday with some time now, but we do hope that she her at a local restaurant. Olin Teague Award is back in circulation by now. We know that her friends and acquaintances miss seeing her around, when she is ill. Cllnt Clements and Benny Rogers Kimberly Beasley named to honor roll Kimberly Ann Beasley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Boasley of Malakoff, was named to the North Texas State University spring semester honor roll. The roll lists 1,346 students. Of the 18,078 students enrolled at NT- SU in the spring semester, wome 343 were listed on the 4.0 (all "A") honor roll and 1,003 were named to the 3.5 listing, which includes those students whose grade average was midway bet- ween an "A" and a "B". Miss Beasley was named to the 4.0 honor roll, l "I'm not deaf! I just can't understand some words." If this is your problem ... Dahlberg Miracle-Ear II may be your answerj m .. NO COROSeNO TIJ SeNO WIRES Of course not everyone can be hell by a hearing aid but Miracle-Ear be your answer. This all-in-one unit fits comforgably inI your ear. No cords no tubes, no wires .simply slip it in your ear. IYou may heor again more clearly and better understand what people soy. Find out for yourself if Miracle-Ear II con provide its benefits for you. COME HEAR THE DIFFERENCE- Doily HPi. 8:30 a.m.- 4.'00 p.m. Cloud Tues. Sin. by epiC. tqlOFESSIONAL lURING AID Ctr. Hwy, 175 Tx 75124 425-4086 First Baptist Church on Highway 31 had a wonderful service Sunday mor- ning, which was Men's Day, The Men's Day program followed the service at 3 p.m. with Coach Bllile Wade bringing the message. The collection was $1,015.00. Mrs. Corene Wiley remains in the hospital recovering from surgery. She A clinical specialist in rehabilitation nursing, Mary Ann Mukulic, RN, recen- tly won the Veterans Administration's Olin E. Teague Award for her work in the rehabilitation of war-injured veterans. The Seattle, Wash., resident received the award in the nation's capital from VA administrator Harry Waiters. MYSTERY PECAN PIE 1 8-ounce pkg. cream cheese, softened cup sugar Vi teaspoon salt I t. vanilla I egg Combine first five ingredients. Blend Well Spread in bottom of pie shell. IV4 cup pecans, chopped Sprinkle with pecans. Gently pour topping over pecans. Topping: 3 eggs cup sugar 1 cup light Karo syrup 1 t vanilla Mix together and spread over filling. Bake at 375* for 45 minutes. This is a mystery. The recipe appeared on my typing table. On the back someone wrote "Not sore which paper this recipe is from." It was very good. 1 made three of them. Get a large pie shell as a small one will not hold all of this. Fmm Frigidaire. 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