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roJ om$ Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gra- ham of 130 E. Woodland in Malakoff, were honored on Sunday, Sept. 1, on the occa- sion of their 50th wedding an- niversary .Their children host- ed the delightful affair which Page Four THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, Sept. 6, 1968 tdalakoff, Texas was held from two to five in Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist Church in Malakoff. The refreshment table was laid with an off white, cut- work linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of large And yours will too, if you think ahead to next summer, and where you'll spend it! How about on Cedar Creek Lake? In alovely little cottage with all conveniences plus a 40x 15 foot party room! Or maybe you would rather build your own -- if so, let us sell you a lot in a good addi- tion on Cedar Creek. Buy now while there's still time to enjoy it! ATHENS, TEXAS OR 5-7272 UL 2-2121 save on We're hawng a Warm-Up Sale! That means now and through October 31 st many gas heating dealers and , Lone Star Gas are offenng ~nstatlatJon d~scounts Move up to gas central heahng, and enjoy fresh, warm ' circulating a,r ~n your home th~s w~nter Call your nearest gas heatnng dealer I II Lone Stor Gas and miniature fuji mums and greenery. This was flanked by 3 branch candelabra hold- ing gold tapers. The four tiered anniversary cake, topped with the golden figures "50" was placed on one end of the table and the gold punch in a crystal bowl ,nestled in marigolds and greenery, was found on the other end along with the crys- tal service. Yellow molded rose mints and nuts were placed on the front of the table. Mrs. Dianne Hilkamier of Houston, granddaughter of the honored couple, served cake and Tina Graham, another grandaughter, offered punch. Linda Alexander, niece of Euless, registered the guests, and Judy Rainey of Arlington, We told you them crick4~s knew what they were doing when they were looking for a good warm spot in which to spend the winter months. Don't know how it's been at ye u" place of business, but for the first time in months, we've been able to leave the air con- ditioner off at night and enjoy the soft caressing cool breezes of the outside air. And Dora Wilbanks has giv- en us another hopeful sign on an early winter. She swears by all that's holy that she and Carl stood out in their back yard one day last week and watched a big string of geese wending their way southward. Also Fannie Smith got her two cents worth in by saying the scissortails are begining to muster to talk things over. Speaking of Fannie. Don't know Whether she planned it that way or not but she could have caused our demise re- cently when she asked us to hedp her dispose of the mama of the many stray eats she's been feeding. It fell ottr task to capture the feline while Fan sought an appropriate cenvey- ance. After much stalking, pet- ting and sweet talking, we were able to pick her up, but the climax came when we at- " tempted to poke her through assisted her grandparents in receiving and opening of the many lovely gifts. Relatives atending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Graham, Darla and Billy, Trinidad; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graham, Don and Dianna, Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Delroy Graham, Corsicana; Terry and Ruth Hickman, Pal- estine; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ussery, Garland; Mrs. Annie Sawyer, Garland: Mr. and Mrs. Olen Blackstock, Minc~ ola; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Black- stock and family, Tyler; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rainey, Cindy and Judy, Arlington; Mrs. Di- anne Hilkamier, Hou.~ton and Rusty and Linda of Arlington. CEMETERY DONATIONS Mae Baker $10 Arthur S. Byars $10 Mrs. J. L. Evans and family $10 Claude Smith $10 Mac Shumate $1 Calvin Shumate $ 1 John Robertson $ 5 M. D. Fowler $10 E. F. Carter $5 Mrs. Alma Carter $ 5 Mr.and Mrs. Edwin F~ulk, Waxahachle $ 5 E. O. Jackson ,Irving $10 Martha Moore Callaway, Irving $ 5 J. M. Faulk, Houston . $ 5 John E. Clay, Friendwood $10 Mrs. Robert Anderson, LILLIAN BRADSHAW a two by four inch opening in a bird cage. That cat knew right then there was foul play afoot and, before we could turn her loose, she had us bleeding / a stuck hog. It took nearly two weeks for the scratches to heal and the cat and her kit- te~ are still free loading off Fan. Our good friend Polly May adlmitted she wasn't charging any fees for her expert advice the other day when she was going from one person to the next offering cures for what ailed them. She had a remedy for everything including how to remove the mole from Sue Taylor's arm to hypnotizing your reporter for the extrac- tion of her teeth. In discussing the high ~ of dental work, Polly said she was afraid to go to sleep at night for fear Kenneth would take the gold fillings from her molars since he has gone on one of his per- iodic saving sprees. Now we thought our Pappy was the only man in the world who went through the valley of the shadow of saving for the future. Man? When he starts having one of these spells, we put as much distance as pos- sible between the two of us. The spendthrift that we are, makes it hard enough when he dosen't watch the budget too carefully. Then when he starts checking, is usually means a trip to the wood pile for a con- ference. As long as the spell lasts, everybody in the house- hold keeps as quiet as a cat tippy-toeing on the carpet. ' i ur The American public is now well aware that any effective weight control program must in- dmie dieting. Hundreds--perhaps thousands --of different diets are presented to us. Most are billed as a "sure- ft~" means of trimming off excess pe~n&. The American Medical Amo- Generally, phy~iciam do not recommend the ~aih diet in rou- tine weight reduction. Instead, they are more likely to prescribe a diet aimed at a gradual weight reduction over several monthL It usually isn't n~ to hungry while dieting. Your phyl- clan can help you work out a diet cmtien's home health book, To-that will be satisfying and at the day's Health Guide, points outsame time permit you to lore that weight can be lost on virtually weight, ) amy dietary plan, good or bad, that emm~"s a cal rie intake less than A ~ h C energy used. It is apparent, how- C or ever, that many diets are only temlmrarily effective and do not Mrs. Bell Schitoskey was lmQmote the fundamental purposehostess for the members of the epf permanent weight log. Reducing diets, ideal weight Anchor Sunday School Class of Lone Star $10 Wayne Evans, Lubbock $12 Malakoff News $15 Mrs. Wayne Poe, Dallas $ 5 The Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Cook and their daughters vaca- tioned last week in Nacog- doches. While there, they were dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. J. R. White, pastor of the Assembly of God Church and were also priviledged to visit with Mrs. Cook's baby broth- er, Fred Roberts, who is at- tending a company school in Nacogdoches. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mar- tin of Needles, Calif made their annual trek home to at- tend Homecoming festivities and also to visit with her sis- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Lundy of Rt. 2, Mabank. The couple also visited with their niece, Mrs. Evelyn Taw neT. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright entertained their little grand- daughter, Miss Tanya McKin- ney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McKinney of Corsicana for several days last week. On Sunday, the Wrights were in Dallas to visit with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Carey. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo brough and daughter, have returned from a vacation that carried them El Dorado and Hot Ark where they their many relatives. Elmo h now taken on the task of -painting their home, at East Dewey St. BARBECUE Cooked in our Pits Eat Here or Take Homl RANCH HOUSE HWY. m - MAh OrF Misses Vanna and Vonita Cook are in Warren, Ark this week visiting with their pater- hal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cook. The young ladies are between semesters at TWU in Denton. Miss Verla Cook has return- ed from a week spent in Pas- adena where she was a house guest of Misses Renee and Joan Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Evans attended a reception in Corsi- cana Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5, honoring their good friend, Hollis Jordan. Mr. Jordan, who was 90 years of age, was ex- tended the courtesy by his chil- dren. While in Corsicana, the Evans also visited a number of their other friends. Mrs. Blanche Urrey had as her guests over the weekend, Miss Mary Urrey from Tulsa, Okla and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Peat of Houston. The Peats were on their way to visit friends in St. Louis, Mo Anna, Ill and Gilbertsville, Ky be- fore returning to Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gra- ham, Phil and Joe, acompani- ed by Miss Lynn Casey, were in Cedar Lane from Saturday through Monday visiting in the home of his brother and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gra- ham. Mr. and Mrs. James Parker of Houston, former residents of here, were in town Monday evening to visit with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilbanks. Charles Lee, wife Rita, and daughter Julie, of Mesquite, were Wednesday through Saturday guests of his parents, the Wilbanks and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston. t FROST.PROOF MODEL FPCD-159VN-- 15.9 cu. ft. with 198-Ib. size freezer section. 651/2" H. 32" W. 277/16" D. Choice of Avocado, Colonial Copper or Snowcrest White. M versity," and Proverbs 18, verse 24, "A man that hath friends must shew himself charts, calory-counting tables are the First Baptist Church of friendly: and there isa friend CH00SF FROST-PR00F.urnC available almost everywhere. It is Malakoff when they met on that sticketh closer than a our pu .rpo~. here to discuss ~c~:fly Thursday, August 29, for their brother." In addition to the sc, me pnnclplesofthegood uc- regular monthly business and Bible verses, Mrs. Brown also EVEN IN SIDE-BY-SIDE MODELS ~ng a l~ social hour. read several poems in which "he met snoum De matvl- The off |AIITU on withincome meeting was opened ulemeanlng nenosnlpwas VERTICAL FREEZERS! L~i~naZe~ Lnri~ansr~, religious princi: with a prayer by Mrs. Jess stressed. pies and personal circumstanceS. 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