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~iI UNDS at Malakoff High School pep rallies this season as the Tigers at Red Oak Friday. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) Morris of New Port, Mr. and Mrs. Glenna Montya. Leroy spent the past few days met her there on Saturday and they her sister-in-law, Mrs. returned home on Sunday. Elolse was formerly Mrs. Edna Foote had word on Sunday that her daughter, Sharon, in Garland of Pasadena spent last was to be operated on Friday. Edna left with her mother, Mrs.to be with her daughter and family and other relatives during this trying time. If you would Saturday her husband like to send a card, address it to Sharon the weekend and they Hardwik, Garland Memorial Hospital, , this week. 3901 Bosque, Texas 75040. Almond returned home Linda Scrlmshlre was off work on spending the past Friday last week due to an unexpected father, John Men- trip to see her parents, the L. O. Wife in Vernon. Lucllle Eagan's at Long Grove, Oklahoma. 'Ponder and spent the last Parry, her husband, after about five and his wife, years with the Cedar Creek Lumber O q for a director to serve in agreements with theme governmental Soil and agencies and private concerns to carry District Board is outits purposes. Oct. 2 at the Cross Roads All conservation programs managed Vocational Agricultural by the district are of a voluntary nature Richard Bass, to the landowner or operator. board. The electionwill Brink Barnett is the president in- cumbent. II and to be eligible to water conservation election, a person land within the the election is being must also live in a of which is in the must be 18 years state that a can- of a soilwater own he be 18 y engaged in He must also live part of which is in the district includes the County. East to Hen- County line; west River; north boun- 31 from Trinidad to of the Trinity-Necbes Athens, is and wa*er con- as and ranchers on and other issues property ghts of board of directors tour- conservation efforts of state and federal agen- organizations and has enter into working Dr. Pepper Sugar Free Dr. Pepper Slo9 2 liter Malakoff Prescription Shoppe 489-1909 129 N, Terry Malakoff --Garland O. Shivers, Eclom ATHENS, TEXAS T heMa~koff News, Thursday, Oct. 1, 1981--3A by Polly Walker 489.1484 continue their victory march. The Tigers Co., in Seven Points, decided to change jobs and is now associated with .the Dallas Power and Light Company in Dallas. His first day with this company was Monday of this week. Thursday was his last day with the Lumber com- pany, hence thelovely triphome to see Mrs. Norris will return home on Mum and Dad. They also took Cody and Friday. Cory with them. Mary Steizig was in Kerens on The Yellow Daisy has a new operator, business on Tuesday and Wednesday of We met Cindy Jenkins and Mel inlast week. Athens one day and she passed on this Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fowler and bit of news. She is the owner of the shop. Justin of Dallas spent the past weekend The new operator is Barbara Loper, visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. formerly of Cross Roads. She and her Gresham Fowler. Mozelle says that husband Doyle, have moved to Gresham is much better. Malakoff. Doyle is teaching agriculture Condolences go to Mr. and Mrs. O. D. at the high school here. Go in and say McCann in the loss of their brother-in- Hi. By theway, they have two children, law, C. H. Wansley of Jackson, Paul and Kelth. Mississippi. Mr. Wansley died on Men- We also heard news from Mr. andday. The McCanns left on Wednesday to Mrs. Randy Welborn, formerly ofattend the funeral service in Jackson Malakoff and then McKinney. It seems and then on to Serapta on Thursday that the Welborns have ventured into a where the body was interred. new undertaking. They are operating a Carolyn Collins of Pasadena has been restaurant called "Texas Heroes" in visiting in Chandler with Mrs. Lavon Denton located between the two Smith this past week. She came by Universities there. Good Luck. Malakoff for a visit with Marilyn Carter Max Urick and Honnle Amsler of and family before returning home. Switzerland are here visiting with her Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Stanfield came sister and family on a three months to see the Tigers play ball on Friday visit. Richard and Mary Humman, who night and a visit with his parents, Mr. also came from Switzerland, have been and Mrs. Joe Stanfleld. Geraldine, his here almost three years and are at mother, said that they were so glad to Stevens Lake. see them and the children. Jackie is Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Berry have still pastor at the Baptist Church in returned from vacationing in Seattle, Atlanta, hence they had to be back Victoria, Anchorage, Norne and Rat- home onSunday. zehue, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scholl spent last Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson went to College Station on Saturday to attend the A&M, Louisana Tech football game. They had a good time. Mrs. L. B. Norris of Odessa has been visiting with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Norris at their home in Michael's Cove. She attended church at the First Baptist Church Sunday mor- ning and evening. This is really com- mendable, since many of us are prone to forget to go to church when we visit. These cookies are a joy to make as well as to eat. I mixed the oleo and sugars with a potato masher shaped of one piece of metal bent wavy. Greased one cookie sheet and did not have to grease, except for the first cooking. Set my timer for eight minutes each time. There was no hurry this way in getting the cookies out of the oven and they did not burn. AMISH SUGAR COOKIES I cup sugar 2 eggs I cup powdered sugar 4 cups flour I cup oleo I teas. soda I cup cooking oil I tap. cream of tarter I tablespoon vanllIa Combine sugar with softened oleo and oil, beat well. Add eggs and beat well, add remaining ingredients and mix well. Drop small bails on Ilghtly greased cookie sheet and flatten sllghtly with fork. Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Makes 10-12 dozen depending on size of bails. SNOWBALL SALAD 3 bananas, sliced I small can crushed pineapple V~ cup cherries (cut up) I large Cool Whip sA cup sugar ~ pint sour cream cup pecans (cut up) Mix Together and freeze overnight. Thaw one hour before serving. Both of these recipes come from the files of Potsy Foster of Arlington. week in Fort Worth visiting with their son, Mr. and Mrs.Buddy Scholl. Jay Shumate of Palestine spent the past weekend visiting with his gran- dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate. Mrs. Bess Adams of Fort Worth, Alma Carter of Dallas, Elsie Hines of Star Harbor met in the home of Mrs. Edna Foote for a sisterly get together on Monday of this week. First Baptlat Church on Hwy. 31 reported good services Sunday. Antioch Baptist Church had homecoming Sunday evening at 3 p.m. They reported a good time with a speaker from Waxahachie. Mrs. Lena Mitchell is still very sick. Mrs. L. A. Mitchell is also ill but repor- ted to be improving. Mrs. Sampson Glenn lost her nephew in Kansas last week. Some of the family attended the funeral. Essle McCaflster has been ill. Everyone is invited to attend special anniversary services at First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 this coming Sunday. The Ray. R. C. Hedge will officiate. Sammie Tarver is doing fine but went for his check up Tuesday. Mr. Johnson passed away Sunday morning. The service time and date was pending at the time of this writing. W/T From Frigidaire. A Heavy Duty Washer that gets clothes clean, while pampering your fabrics with just the right care, To get clothes throughly doused, scrubbed, and dean, the tub and agitator work together, i creeting a powerful churning current of i cleaning power, tt's Frigidaire's 2-way Extra Surging Wash Action, No need to waste hot water, detergent, and other laundry aids. This Frigidaire Washer features a Water Level selector that lets you match the amount of water to the size of your weshloed-from a few pieces to e full 18 pounds. To care for all your clothes properly, Friilidaire offers a choice of three cycles-Regular, Permanent Press and Knits, p)us four water temperature combinations; Hot Wash/Cold Rinse, Hot Wash/Warm Rinse, Warm Wash/COld Rinse, Cold Wash/Cold Rin. se, Soften your fabrics while they wash. Automatically. The Fabric Softener Dispenser adds softener during the rinse portion of the Permanent Press end Knit cycle, as well as during the Regular wash cycle. Available at ex- tra charge. Phillips Appliance 203 Hwy. 31 Malakoff, Texas 489.1529 Open Monday thru Saturday 8:00 to 5:30 It's the new Tax-Free Certificate, available beginning October 1st at your 1st Savings & Loan Association of Athens. Why is it so Important? Be- actual interest rate of 12.61%. cause It's the first time a sav- For instance, ff your house- ings certificate has been hold income is $35,000 your exempted from Federal taxes, effective yield could be over Z0%. And unlike tax-exempt muniel- pal bonds, It's for a short-term Tax.free certificates are avail- and in low denominations, able in denominations as low as That's rlght--your earnings are 1500 and have the advantage of t 4ree (up to $1000, or locking in your money at cur. in the case of a Joint return), rent hlgh interest rates. And This means your effective yield remember--4hese certificates can go much Mgher than the are/roared by the Federal Sav- TAX-FREE LTIFIC soon to be on the best-seller hst at your 1st Savings & Loon Assc : ahon ings and Loan Insurance Corpo- ration to $100,000. Why is Uncle Sam running a special on these new savings certificates? Because these deposits are dedicated to fi- nancing housing. So your tax- exempt investment goes to work helping your neighbor buy a house. A good deal for the saver, a good deal for the home buyer. ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Athens " Malakoff Mabank * Wills Point KaZan "F eL_ Member FSLIC An Affiliate of Inve,~t-Tex, Inc, An equal t redit opportunity ~Mer. L f Nf:)F f~