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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 22, Bob Irwin have been on looking. Jennifer and her parents, of victims of broken hones and illness past several weeks in Glynn and Paala Walker and her sister, that she had to be put in the hall for a Debrn, of Richardson, and Don and Ann day. home they had a kaMlrnws and 8tacy of Arlington atten- Mrs. Annette Scott fell on her way to Texas, and had to goded the party, school Monday when she stepped back C~ette has a severedMrs. Charles Foster of Arlington ate to let a car pass and stepped into the and a bruised eye. supper with the Walkers Saturday ditch and broke a hone in her foot. She night, will be off of her feet for several weeks. Powers left SundayJsey Almond fell on a loose bar on the in their time of need playground at school Monday and Jo Chambers attended the Sweet Adelines meeting in Athens Monday them transportatien to broke two bones in his elbow. He un- night and hte onein Enstace Thursday brother, derwent surgery at Lakeland Hospital night. They are preparing for a special Powers were in in Athens Wednesday afternoon. Joey is show soon. visiting with her the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abey Almond Rogers. and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy The Week of Prayer at First Baptist Cope, of Ardmore, Almond. Church had very informative programs in town several days Mrs. Lorotte Vleregge fell out her last week. One of them was on the work ping Mrs. Dwight hack door Tuesday night carrying her in Duluth, Minnesota. Mable Lois and into the Cedar Lakegrandson. She managed to keep the Kenneth Simmons are the missionaries Sarah Alice is the child from being hurt, but was not as there. Mable is a Malakofflan and Ken- Carson. successful with her own body. She suf- neth is formerly of Willow Springs. and Janlce Miller of fered a broken leg and a sprained leg, Thursday we studied about the Bethel supper out on which has incapacitated her as far as Hills church in Dallas where the late walking is concerned for the next John Tucker was pastor. Virginia, his several weeks. The hospital was so full wife, told of the experiences that they deserves deepest sym- of her son, Dan, last in Aftonia near known as Cotton when a child. I. Glynn Walker, l)ebra RIPE TOMATO PRESERVES Richardson visited with 2 Ibs. tomatoes 4 cups sugar on Lake Athens on 2 lemons, sliced thinly tsp. salt tlp. whole cloves tsp. whole alsplce i, Leroy Almond are on a I stick cinnamon tsp. ground ginger in Ruldesa, New Scald, peel and weigh tomatoes (cut in half). Cover with sugar and let stand Colorado. The Ahoy overnight in s cool place. Next morning drain Juice into large saucepan; add in their house at lemon (Secds discarded), salt and spices, tied In s cheesecloth bag. Boll I0 minutes. Add tomatoes and cook, stirring frequently until they are clear and o( Jacksonville Road, syrup fairly thick. Remove cheese cloth bag with spices. Ladel into sterilized hot surgery last week at Jars within inch of Jar top. Wlpe Jar rim, seal. Process in boiling water bath 5 on Tuesday minutes. Remove from canner. Makes 1 pints. ~asacomaker put in.Mary Ferguson of Winfield sent in this recipe. rt ailments sin- He was put in the the name o/J~eph and and relatives did We do hope he has been able to and is feeling as near mltural U Lawns need fertilizer in the fall, too, into winter, a weak plant will emerge L of Atheas fell in her yard says Dr. Sire A. Reeves, Jr., next spring, Reeves predicts. Then, a ~t her hand a,d bruised agronomist for the Texas Agricultural cool or cold spring could result in some Mrs. Mmt'vin+,,Lan- Extension Service. Phosphorus and loss of plants. this time morning, Mrs. Jo Walker visited in/ Mrs. Lorette Hlghtewer of Kerlms potassium are probably the two most By adding nitrogen in the fall, plant of Polly Walker oncritical elements for fall fertilization, growth and the manufacture of car- they all visited but nitrogen can also give the home hohydrates are promoted. No more owner an advantage, than one pound of ac~al nitrogen per Fall fertilization gets the grass 1,000 square feet of lawn is recommen- growing good and helps keep it healthy ded. Excessive nitrogen may increase until frost. The healthy plant puts car- winter kill. hohydrates into the root system and helps the plant get off to a good start in Phosphorous and potassium should the spring. The plant feeds on these be applied at the rate of one pound of stored carbohydrates next spring to actual material each per 1,000 square start growing. After growth begins, the feet of lawn. Therefore, a balanced fer- plant produces it's own food from tilizer such as 10-10-10 or 12-12-I2 can be nutrients inthesoll, used for fall fertilization. For best Potassium helps make the plant more results, the fertilizer should be applied cold tolerant. If plants are weak going in September. and Br. Bill Rambo ViereUe also. visited her also on and Mrs. Eugene on Thursday I)easoo and Elhert We do hope improved at this 8tecy Andrews over the dining area place very festive son ot Sooty of Trinidad, was born a.m. He weighed 8 birth and was 20 in- at home were his and Tez, 2. are Mr. and Malakoff. Great Ulala Squyers of are Mr. and of Trinidad. are Mr. and Gilmore-Freeman reunion planned The Gilmore and Freeman families will hold their 20th anrpud rmmkm at the Service Center in Ma~mrl October 1-2. The Gilmores are descendants of John Parks and Susarmah Stephenson Gilmore, who came to Ellis County in the 1850's. John McKnight and Sarah Murphrec Freeman settled about the same time, and the families inter- married. Related families include the following: Claunch, Slaughter, Jones, Singleton, Edwards and Bynum. Anyone related to these families may contact Tom or Sandra McGrew, 1002 Shelley Court, Arlington, Texas 76102, concerning details of the reunion. American-made cheese is generally made from pasturlzed milk. 8ome cheeses are made with unpasteurised talk, but they must then be cured for 60 days. "Texas Hunting and Fishing SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th, 1983 Weare offering 15% off all rentals ! FISHING FOR FUN RENTALS BOATS & MOTORS CAMPER SIGHTS PONTOON BARGES LAUNCH RAMPS WET & DRY. BOAT STALLS GAS & OIL FISHERMAN'S EXCLUSIVE FISH MAP m With Daily Hot Spots Charted ,is COMPLETE LINE OF FISHING GEAR AVAILABLE $15 .5 Fisherman's Wharf 41 insurance would like to say all the students from ! Ced; ! and the Back To School Time III ! ,. Royall Blvd. 489-2341 Malakoff had while getting the work started at first building, then the problenm since DAVE ELENBURG Dave Elenburg receives commission in Oklahoma Oklahoma Governor George Nigh has appointed Dave Elenburg, son-in-law of Dorothy and Finis Hardy, as com- missioner for the State Insurance Fund for Oklahoma. Elenburg was president of Commodity Decisions Incorporated and an account executive for an inter- national brockerage firm prior to ac- cepting the appointment. He is a 16 year veteran of government service with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Oklahoma, Texas and Washington, D.C. Oklahoma's State Insurance Fund is a self-supporting, non-profit agency which underwrites workers' compen- sation insurance for private industry as well as state, county, and city gover- nments. Elenburg says, "Our first priority is providing professional, ef- ficient service to our more that 9,000 policyholders." Elenburg is married to the former Mary Jo Hardy and they have two sons, Dennis, 18 Ind Darren, 13. They live in Oklahoma City. (~,eenwore, Firing Sui~lies Custom mode gifts Closses "MUD PUDDLE" CERAMICS and GIFTS ' 418 E. Royoll ..... . /~fokoff, Texas i im~4) 489.1115 Sondro H~scx:k Owner Tues.-Sot. 9:30-6:00 I 115 Royall Blvd. ..... and how they have worke~ t]LOm "Jou~(lt was really interesting. First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 had good services Sunday, 3rd Sunday Women's Day Mrs. Annie Edwards message. The annual tea was Church Saturday scheduled church tioch Sunday at 3 p.m. and invited to attend. June McAlister has business. 8ammie Tarver has his illness and was ableto Sunday. 1 mmm II iiiii iii i i Mrs. Corlne WHey is at home after a stay in the hospital. Mrs. Lenora Bailey is ill and not feeling well. Marshall Tarver is improved. mmmmml Now-Available At The Malakoff Prescription Shoppe 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Malakoff mnmmmnnmm 48 Hrs. 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