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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1981--3A'. by Polly Walker 489-1484 "Green Rice" recipe that in the Malakoff News, I am so glad recipes, and using them. Fondly, Mrs. Jack McCooi hostess at at her home for the of the Esther Class Church on Mit- the teacher was not present. homemade ice cream Those who were the meeting were: Alice Phillips, Edna John- Beh, Cieo Bridges, Sarah Cook, Dorothy Har- Mary steizig, Vivlan Johnson and were with them in spirit, trot find the right turn-off. Cook read some from a and Waymond Johnson of and Mrs. Gordon Watson and Stanley Johnson of Labor Day weekend with their mother. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Archie Mo., a cousin, Mrs. Mattle Sue Hastings will be as Mattle Sue Tinney, Roads. They retur- and Teri and Mrs. were in Tyler on business. grandchildren and of the late Jesse met in the home of Jo Cude in Houston for a to be held on Friday and weekend. There was oodles for everyone. were: Mr. and Clarksvifle, Ark.; Lauderdale, Fla.; Mr. Cude and family, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Mrs. Ruth Cude, Fionnle Rainwater, l~. and Mrs. Malcolm Cude and family, Alba; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Seamayer and family, Duncanville; Mrs. Naomi McMuller, Porter; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Kuhn, Huntsville; Chuck Richterm, Denver, Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pulley, Terrell; Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cude, Mrs. Gearldene Flanagan, Mrs. Ruby Reynolds, Mrs. Pat Kuhn and family, lnez Cude, Earl Curie, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flanagan, Mr. and Mrs. Johnhy Flanagan, Gene Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cude, all of Houston. Lamesa Sillick is at home after a lengthy illness at M.D. Anderson Hospital in Houston. Johnny Sillick and her daughter, Markey Dubose accom- panied her home on Saturday. 'Rosellen Mota of Atlanta, Texas spent the day Saturday with Mrs. Ar- chie Mae Johnson. While here Rosellen got to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Waymond Johnson of Houston, who will be here visiting through today. Rhonda Robertson went to Soagoville over the weekend to visit with friends there in the Vickery Baptist Church where they lived for several years. Mrs. Evelyn Drake spent Tuesday visiting her daughter, Carolyn, in Terrell. Carolyn has been ill recently. Beth Harris spent the last weekend in Malakoff visiting with her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris and with other relatives and friends. She is attending Texas University in Austin. Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker spent Labor Day weekend with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Chesnaugh in Waco. Rhonda and Virginia Robertsons were in Tyler on Saturday holding a Jewelry show at the Pruitt Beauty Shop there. Marsha Grant of Dallas was here over the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate and other relatives. She also attended the Malakoff-Brownsboro game Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Monroe visited in Austin over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carter and children, Dang, Steve and Kathy of Hugo, Oklahoma spent the Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene to days is stressing the fact that money can be saved by cutting : in for refunds. Our daughter, Becky, in Twin Falls, Idaho and radio emphasizing this to the people out there al shows here recently along these lines. Some people say $5,000 a year on food. I suppose that they eat more than we do. cut out coupons for years and turned them in, but never figured ' saved. Also try to eat the foods that are on special each week a tremendous saving. was an error in the recipe for freezing the squash. It should Powder, instead of 3 T. Sorry about that. the files of Mary Ferguson, Winfield. Cherry Dream Squares White Cake mix IV4 cups rolled oats softened I egg ~ cup nuts, chopped V4 cup firmly packed brown sugar Grease 13x9 inch pan. In large bowl, combine cake or butter and I cup rolled oats. Mix until crumbly. Reser- for topping. To remaining crumbs, add 1 egg. Mix until well prepared pan. Pour cherry pie rifling over crust. Spread to crumbs in large bowl add remaining ~/4 cup rolled oats, 2 nuts and brown sugar. Beat until thoroughly blended. mixture. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 30 to 40 minutes or until completely. If desired serve with a dollop of whipped cream. i/!!i!:?! r ,88G MICHAEL 8. WOMACK received the United States Army with the First Oak Leaf Cluster (2rid Award) for while serving as the Administrative NCO, USA MEDDAC, June 1979 through March 1981. Other medals and by 88G Womack during his lne years of service include a Medal, three ~ Conduct Medals, Overseas Development Level III Ribbon (NCOPD), At- (ASR), and the National Defense Service Medal (NDSM). was selected as the NCO of the Year while assigned to the McClellan, Alabama. Awarding the Army CommendaUon was COL Robert Buker, Commander, USA MEDDAC, Missouri. COL Buker has Just received US Senate cenfir- to the rank of Brigadier GenerBL 8SG Womack is the son of of Malakoff and Frances Womack of Athens. He is married to Jordan of Corsicans and has two sons, Jason Randall and 1989 graduate of Malakoff High School and a 1971 graduate (Courtesy photo) Carter. Mary, Fred, Freda and John the Singles Conference at Gloretta, Carter of Midlothian were also guests New Mexico. with the Carters as well as with the Edna had to hurry back to Garland to John Shumates. see her oldest grandson, Kevin Morris, Judy Flowers and son of Bethel display his talents as Drum Major of visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. the Garland High School Band. They George Riddiesperger on Friday. Mrs. gave their first performance on Friday Flowers was employed as a beautician night. at one time at LaNita's Beauty Shoppe. Mr. and Mrs. O.D. McCann left Men- Mr. and Mrs. George Riddlesperger were in Tyler on business on Wed- nesday. Vivian Hampton of Arlington was visiting with Mrs. Leroy Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reese on Thursday of last week. Edith Mize of Trinidad or rather Creslerm Ranch is working at LaNita's Beauty Shoppe as a beautician. She started work last Wednesday. Stop by and say Hi l Edna Foote has spent the last two weeks visiting in Lubbock with Laura Young. While there they both attended Perpetual Care Frond Brooks Brothers $200 In memory of Samuel Flagg Brooks CEMETERY DONATIONS Sue Hunt in memory of Jimmy Kilgore $15 Vollie and Sybil Robertson Archie Mae Johnson $8 Fern Vandagrfff $20 Clinton Vandergriff $25 Barneil and Eva Wright, in memory of Doug Thompson $20 Pete and Bunella Dodson, in memory of Doug Thompson $15 Dr. and Mrs. Bob Foster, in memory of Doug Thompson $15 Sammie & Fred McBurney in memory of Doug Thompson $15 day to visit with her father, B.W. Harris in Dennison. They will stop at Euless on their way back for a trip to an eye specialist. Paul and Gladys Powers spent the en- tire Labor Day weekend touring Texas and the Gulf Coast. They went first to Spring, then with their grandchildren to AstroWorld. They left there for Galveston and on to Roll-Over Pass for a couple of days of surf fishing. They reported not many spec's or neds caught, but had fun with the drum and other fish. Mrs. Eva Hufln reports that everyone enjoyed services at First Baptist Chur- ch on Highway 31 Sunday. The pastor, the Rev. R. C. Hedge, brought the message and the junior choir perfor- med. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mr. sad Mrs. A. J. Barron. Mrs. Mary 8parks passed away Thursday, Her funeral was held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Antioch Baptist Church with the Rov. Franklin officiating. Mrs. Evu Hulin's aunt passed away Thursday in Fort Worth. The funeral was held there Saturday. Mrs. Lena Mitchell remains a parent at Henderson County Memorial Hospital. emery Smith's house burned Friday. Everyone was sorry to hear the news. Semmle Tarver is reportedly doing fine. First Baptist Church is planning a Women's day Sunday at 3 p.m. with Mrs.lrene Rogers from Dallas as guest speaker. Everyone is invited to attend. na O The Board of Advisors for the Out- standing Young Men of America Awar- ds Program has announced that Marlin Perkins has been selected for inclusion in the 1981 edition of Outstanding Young Men of America. In every community there are young men working diligently to make their cities, as well as their country, better places in which to live. These men, having distinguished themselves in one or more fields of endeavor, are out- standing and deserve to be recognized for their achievements. The criteria for selection include a man's voluntary service to community, professional leadership, academic achievement, business advancement, cultural ac- complishments and civic and political participation. Perkins, along with fellow Outstan- ding Young Men throughout North America will be featured in the prestigious awards publication. The Board of Advisors and Editors salute all chosen as Outstanding Young Men of America. They take great pride in bringing their accomplishments to the attention of the American public. LITTL! LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE apnt for Mayflower ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLiGATiON. 214-874-4221 31 Conicana, Texas ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. Sue Barnett 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. : _%, ,, ~ .~ ~ .... ,.~, ,, u . ~, , ~,, .= O The grace ye are saved through, The substance of things hoped for, The evidence of things not seen. THE FEED BOX 451-2331 at Michael's Cove "Affe, church visit us for lunch." HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489-0810 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489.0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family According to the want-ads, axperlence Is tnvaluabla. Yet on this park bench 280 years of exl~rlence add up to boredom. Religion got involved early in the problems at our senior cltlzene. Ou, churches have made us aware of the worth O] the Individual And this emphasis on everv one ot us as equally imporlant before God inspired modern society to look seriously at the concernl and the potential Of the aging. Recently a yuuth remarked that his Church is the one Institution In the community in which young and old command equal re~'1. "It's where everyone appreciates you II you do whatever you canl" Strenfflhen your place of worship as 1! serves God and our community by doing all you can! (;,~yr*ghl 19S T X/.sto Mve~#InQ SI~'YK~O P 0 Ho. 8O24 C~arlosesv,lte, Vlcg,n~l Monday Tue:~da~,Wednesday 7"hu~dap [:nday Saturday I TimothyI TimothyJ(unt~s Reuelatio,i He~,elution M~tthew 31-7 6612 /)711 1920 21 II 18:21.3~5 'If you would like to sponsor the Church Page, please call 489-0531. K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 3! East 489-1920 Jeff Hopkins MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. Wast Royall Blvd. 489-0891 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Canny City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 E. 489-0991 CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME West Royall Blvd. 489.1702 Management and Staff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us" 611 Highway 31 East 4119-1533 Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dulagey MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST. Jam~ I. $~rtn~m,, Mi~i.~r Sunday School ................. 10:00a.m. Sunday Mornln~ Worship ....... II :00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p,m. Wedmmday Service ............. 6:30p,m, Tuesday Ladies Bible Class ..... 10:00 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF Jam~ Chentham, Pastor Stmday School .................. 9:45n.m. Stay Mo~d~ Wor~p ....... II :00 ~,m. Sund~y Ev~ Worshlp ........ 7:00p.m. W~Immday Wo~M1/p ............. 7:00p.m. RoyaJ Amlm~dors, Sunday.... S:00p,m. Girb AuziUary, Sunday ......... ~:00 p.m. WMU, Tuesday ................. 9:00s.m. Cho/r Praet/ee: Celel~at/en Sunday ........... S:O0 p.m. Young Musicians, W~l~day. 3:30 p.m; Adult Choir, 8m~lay ........... 8:00 p.m. Mmle Ma/un, Wedmmday ...... 7:00 p.m. PAEKVIEW MIS81ONARY BAPTIST CHURCII J~m~y Crenh, Pute~ Sulxlay SchOOl .................. 9:45a.m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:55 a.m, Training Service ................ 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship.. ....... 6:45 p.m. Wednesday Night WMA ......................... 6.45 p.m. Prayer Meeting ............... 7: 30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD OF TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Bill Watson, Minister Robert Foster, Minister 778-~53~ Sunday School .................. 9:45a,m. Sunday School .................. 9:30a,m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30am. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00p.m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00p.m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00p.m Sunday Song Service ............ 5:30p.m. Wednesday ..................... 7:sop.re. Wednesday Mid.week ........... 7:30p.m. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible CROSS ROADS Class ........................ 10:00 a,m. UNITED METHODIST CnUECH ST. JUDE'S MISSION Randy Warren. Pastor Father B.G. Endes Sunday Morning Worship ........ 9:30am. Services held at Luther Lane It HW. 85 Sunday Schoo} ................. t0:soam Sunday Mass .................... 8:30a,m. Bible Study ..................... 6:30 p.m. Sunday School immediately after nm~ Gospel Singing Every 2rid Friday of month ...... 7:30 p,m, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED OF TRINIDAD METIIODIST CHURCH Danny Baler, Minister C~ Huey Clemente, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School ................ I0:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... l 1:00 a.m. Morning Worship .............. I 1:00 a.m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship ................ 6:30p.m Wednesday ..................... 7.:00p.m Wednesday Chancel Choir ....... 7:30 p.m. United Methodist Women meet FIRST UNITED METHODIST 2rid and 4th Mondays .......... 2:30 p.m, CHURCH OF TRINIDAD FFF meets Ist nnd 3rd ~lm EdwardJ, Minister Tuesdays ..................... ll:00a.m Sunday School .......... ~ ....... 9:45a~m. ASSEMBL Y OF GOD Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0: 5O a. m. Ken Jones. Pastor Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m, Sunday School .................. 9:45a,m. UMYF ........................... 6:45p.m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:45 a.m, Fellowship.Supper Sunday E vening Worship ........ 7: 00 p. m 4th Wednesday ................ 6: 30 p.m. Wednesday Mid-week Service.,. 7:00 p.m Lndies Bible Study, TuesdaY ..... 9:30a.m. ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun,-Thurs. 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat. 8 to 8. PERRY BROS. E. Bighway 31 489.0482 FORD, INC. [ " | [ STATE BANK// 303 W. Royall Blvd. / 206 Fast Roysll Blvd.l / = / l 489,0506 489.0527 sons .err/ 4419 0530 JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489.0910 J&J ENTERPRISES R.H. Lee Park Your Host .... Jude and Judy Glasscock Fhought /or the day A song of praise will brighten a stormy day. Jane Doualass White (Wyck0ff, New Jersey) firm In our