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Jessie and Katherine ast week. Bill Rambe had as the Labor Day weekend, father of the Rev. and his r Wildrlx of Longview. Ed Arthns had as guests Harbor home over the and Jeri Arthus, Neal, Hampy of Tyler and Joe, Haney of Malakoff. of Star Harbor had Sunday of Labor for a farewell to her Penny will be making Those atten- party were: The The Boyce Law,sons, ackers, daughter and grandchildren and frien- First Baptist Church of Prayer this week Monday at 9:30 a.m. on Monday for a Hope for Texas were Geddes McLaughlin, Cola Leopard, Irene Pauline Crandall, Edna Tucker, Betty Ram- and John and Red over the Labor Day at Lake Guerra. 190 bass in two days. Some and Gerald Byford Orleans on Wednesday of Love Field, Dallas to at an The weather was If you are interested in this trip con- tact Betty Rambo at her home or at First Baptist Church. There will be a $150 deposit that should be in by the fir- st of November. We asked what kind of weather to expect and she said about the same as Texas, if that tolls you what kind of wardrobe you will need for the trip. Irene Prestridge and her daughter Zerna Dickson of Clear Water Bay went to Dallas to Doctor's Hospital for an eye examination for Irene. She doesn't know at this time whether she will un- clergo surgery or not. Good luck Irene. We learned Sunday that Buddy Miller had had another heart attack and is confined to his home in Murchison for a short t/me. Buddy is connected with the Athens Pottery in Athens and is married to Frances Roberts Miller formerly of Malakoff. We do wish him God speed in his recovery. The G.V. Walker's spent Friday night in Richardson visiting with their son and his family, the Glynn Walker's, Debra and Jennifer Tuesday of this week was Jennifer's birthday, and we had such a good time that we forgot to give her a Happy Birthday even. Hope we see her soon. Paula and Glynn Walker came to Athens on Saturday to attend a wedding of her brother, Gary Richardson. Af- terwards they all had supper at thabome of his mother and her husband the EImo Collards on Lake Athens. On Sunday the G.V. Walkers spent the day with the Don Andrews and their daughter 8tacy in Athens. Gcddes McLaughlin went to Gain- sviile over the Labor Day weekend to visit her stster and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rare MeElreath. Another sister, Julia Hawkins of Perryton, Joined them for a lovely weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Scott and Mr. and Mrs, A.F. Felfrath got together over the weekend for a meal out at the Care, on Highway 90, owned by a former Maiakoff business woman. I don't know Reba Jewell's name at present, but she is the daughter of Mrs. Lime Lewis and sister of Bobby LIndamood of Malakoff and Beverly Ray Lindamond of Athens. She was Reba Jewell Van Home when she was in business here before. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fink returned from an extended trip in Oregon. While there they visited in Redmon with Mr. and Mrs. Allan Russell and family, in Car- valles with their daughter, Elaine, and her husband, James Sanders and daughter Amy. On their return they stopped in Duncan, Oklahoma to visit with another daughter, Dede and her husband, Bill Chumley and Kristen. They stopped intown to visit with Mrs. Carva Beldler and other relatives before going on to their home in Pasadena. The Anchor Sunday School Class met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Laney on Monday at noon for their regular monthly luncheon. Some of the ones who attended were Vlvlan and MEXICAN DISH , is in charge of planning I lb. ground meat I onion lb. cheddar cheese I can ranch style beans Land this year. The 4 or 5 corn tortllllas I can mushroom soup 26 thru January Rotel tomatoes and pepers 2 Tim. chili powder trip for eight days inBrown lean ground meat with onion and chili powder. Put the browned meat in They are plan- bottom of a casserole dish. Sprinkle cheddar cheese over this. Add a small can of extension trip to Romebeans over cheese. more and then the to New York is Break tortillas into bite size pieces and cover the beans. Mix mushroom soup and around $300. All in all Rotel together and our over top and heat for about 30 minutes in oven at 350 degrees s Club This came from the kitchen of Joan McCooi and is very good. g here president of the Libris" book recently had a called and directors at her Last week in the recipe, for Hummingbird Cake there was an extra line left in. Scratch out the first line of 2 cups ripe bananas and 3 large eggs, beaten. Thanks. Sorry about this. the year 19{]3-84 were were previewed Four professional the Dallas area will be the first being October 19, Jenull. members, with 18 ;list. Mrs. Finley, Mrs. Carney Kirby, Mrs. Charles Barndt, treasurer; and Mrs. Jack Burton, for ni best boating is yet to to a spokesman for By MRS. J.W. WHITE Mr. and Mrs. James White of Irving I have been too occupied to write any visited the J.W. Whites on Saturday. news thepasttwoweeks. She returned home on Saturday af- Last Tuesday, J.W. and I both had ternoon but James spent the night and doctor's appointments. They lasted attended the reunion. from lab time at 8 a.m. until after 2 Upon our reaching home from the p.m., when J.W. entered the Navarro reunion, granddaughter, Becky Dewitt, Regional Hospital. and husband, Steve, and two daughters, Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. he had Amber Nlcole and Jennifer, were at our eye surgery and was dismissed Friday house. morning. Early rising and walking on cement and concrete about got me down. As we went back for his checkup on Tuesday, he with his shades on and I with a cane, I told them it was a case of the crippled leading the blind. But, thank goodness at present he seems to be doing fine. Mrs. I.D. Hearne of Tool enteed the hospital wh/le we were there. And Mrs. Jodie King was there (had been there for for weeks), having Mrs. Georgia Beyers of San Antonio came up Thursday and visited until Tuesday with cousins, friends and us. Our meeting was especially in- teresting as Deanna Davis had the family history and pictures of the White family. Bobby (Hillger) Monahan had the life history of the Hillger family way back. All was interesting. As we left the doctor's office Tuesday, we met our nextdoor neighbor, Mrs. Paul Stines, and that suffered a heart attack and having afternoon I noticed one of her sons phlebitis in her leg. Hope beth are wearing glasses. of being out on area better now. Mrs. Robert Venable, another one of sun goes down are even Sunday was the day that our relatives my neighbors, was having s .u.r ery .last met for their annual reunion. I believe week, She had a cyst removed from her can be fun, the there were 75 present. They can from shoulder and is doing fine now. reminds us to San Antonio, Sherman, Irving, There was a large crowd out for bingo Be sure to have Richardson, Hurst, Mabank and else- Saturday night. Jackpot for was lights for the size of where. We had a wonderful time, and not won, but Beth Grissom bingoed for and keep a sharp by far too much to eat. 125 on the second call later. Son James and other Mr. and Mrs. John Earl White of San gave me and told me to play for h/m Other boats, possibly Antonio spent Friday night until Sun- and not to renege on him, I didn't. I won are also an added day afternoon in our home. $15 and balled it with him. Much of the Mr. and Mrs. Gone Alexander of flremen's clothing (that bingo profit light up and enjoy safe Irving spent Saturday with the J.W. has helped to buy) was on display. White family. Come on out and enjoy the company. insurance would like to say all the students from Ced 7 and the It's Back To School Time III Royall Blvd. 489-2341 Malakoff The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 15, 1983--3A Elton Johnson, Hazel 8eergeant, Mary 8telzlg, Rhonda Taylor, Mamle Lou Scott and Geddes McLaugldin. JENNIFER RUTH JANKE Jennifer Ruth Janke pledges Delta Zeta Sorority at NTSU Mrs. Corene is back in the hospital and isn't feeling too well. Eva Mae Hulin's brother and family visited in her home over the weekend. They were also here on business. Judge and Mrs. L. E. Orr had their children for a visit. They left Monday to return to their home in Las Angeles, Calif. reunion Saturday. There were lots of relatives on hand. Mr. Smith went to Temple Veteran's Hospital for a check-up. 8amm/e Tar- ver is leaving Monday for a check.up. The Federation Singing was at First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Elester Tarver, from Houston, is Dine In or Take Out Beef, Pork Ribs Plate Lunches or 11: 00a. m.-6: 30p. m. 514 W. Royail Blvd. 489-0471 the Pound on.-Sat. Malakoff ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY Jennifer Ruth Janke, 1963 graduate of Malakoff High School and a freshman at North Texas State University in Den- ton, has pledged Kappa Zeta Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority at NTSU. She was recently selected to Who's Who Among American High School Students, 1962-83. She is the daughter of Jerry and Grace Janke of Creekwood and owners of Sunny Glen Resort on Cedar Creek Lake. She has one sister, Heather, who is a junior at MHS and a brother, Dean Patrick, a sixth grader at Malakoff Elementary. Antioch Baptist Church held revival services last week with a large crowd each night. The preacher was from Palestine. Malakoff School Menu ~;eptember 19 - September 23 Monday Community School Workshop Tuesday - Corn dog with mustard, baked beans, cheese stick, fruit cup. Wednesday. Hamburger on bun, let- tuce, tomato, pickle slices, french fries, catsup. Thursday - Spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, green beans, hot rolls, cantaloup slices. Friday - Fish crispies with tartar sauce, french fries with catsup, HOME--COMMERCIAL--AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. SUE BARNETT 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. BF'rigidaire idaire PHILLIP'S HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE SUMMER CLOSEOUT On I Fri ! II I idaire Room Air Conditioners In Stock 5,900 a U/br LEC M sWath the Electra-Saver control set to "yes", the fan will not run continuously, but will turn on and off with the compressor-seving you energy! 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