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The Ma!akoffNew_sLTl~ursda_y,O_et--15,___1981---3A by Polly Walker 489-1484 of last week Fred New York, visited in friends. He visited in the and Car- and also with Mrs. Ullle ~',,. was m surgery last Hospital in Cor- Lewis and Arzilla Hughes Pleasant on Saturday. and Mrs. Gary and Chad and Lillie and Mrs. Pat James Winfield. They returned Leroy Almond attended )n Saturday. Bangs spent several visiting in Beaumont H.F. Garrett and her Bynum and Gone Garrett returned to short visit. Tommy Ray Clark and Hill Country over daughter of Mr. Johnson, underwent week at the Memorial Lufkin. She is now at her home. been visiting in and Mrs. Dick Carpen- lie there they en- for the Elsie Hines were her three grandchildren and one underwent surgery at in Arlington on week. We have not surgery, but will be back home as L was wishing her when M.A. Pennington of their new Mission field Tanner of LaCosta a few days last week brothers, Richard and 'and families and with his Green and family and I W.M. Johnson, Wm. Car- Almond and G.V. Walker WMU meeting the First Baptist Char- . A covered dish luncheon noon and many ladies county were in atten- gave the welcome at I0:00. Until noon age level con- capable women win contest Band Dj~tor of Contest held at y, October 10, on Solos were Cheryl Whiteside on Solos were Moseley. on Ensembles Newman Lisa Wat- Cindy Moseley Art Society 6 meeting of the was a demon- into a ground" Beth Davis. The In- accompanied by anSwers as the painting an associate degree at Hen- in Athens )ntinuing education lessons. s meeting, Tuesday, Peeler in a ues in the art as two decision as a couple, experience and success in income, ad- family resource 09 2 liter Malakoff Shoppe 4119,1 m9 Malakolt MR. AND MRS. F.K. JULIAN will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, October 18th with an Open llouse. The special occasion will be hosted by their children Margie Grimes and Howard Julian and will be held at the couple's home at 9Z3 N. College from 2 p.m. tii 4 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. (Courtesy photo) throughout the county. Then after lunch visiting with Mr.-and Mrs. Sam the new officers for the coming year Stogner. were installed by Jackle Smith of Jerry Johnson preached his first Athens. sermon at the First Baptist Church on Officers being installed were: Direc- Mitcham Street Sunday night. Jerry tar, Nancy Jackson, Athens; B.W. and felt called to become a preacher while Baptist Young Women, Dorothy Berry the youth of the church were in Gloriet. and as her asst., Lawanda Mayberry; ta, New Mexico this past summer. He Acteens, Charlene Aldrldge; Girls in did an excellent job and people will be Action, Sharon Coston; and Mission watching him with interest. Friends, Donna Tarrant. At this time Dick LeMaster filled the pulpit at they do not have a secretary. First Baptist Church on Sunday mor- Rlta Faye Chandler of Waco and Mrs. ning in place of Rev. James Cheatham. Flare Reese visited with Miss Corlene On Sunday night they attended the Tanner on Sunday. church service dressed in the native Mrs. Cecil Redford and Mrs. Ophla costume of Benin, where they are ser- Gray of Kerens spent Wednesday ving as missionaries. They had a Mz~,' Winnie Shumate turned in this recipe this week. She says it is much like the original Cabbage Roll only much less trouble and a great favorite with her family. Only 199 calories per serving and serves 10. CABBAGE CASSEROLE 1 small head cabbage I lb. lean ground meat 1 small onion 1/3 cup uncooked rice 1 can condensed tomato soup I can water Chop cabbage and place in greased baking dish. Brown meat and onion and stir in rice. Pour on top of cabbage. Mix soup and water and pour over enti~e c~saer~le: Bake ar 350 degrees for 1 ,hour: Add a little more water in. abmlt thir~minutes ii~needed.- ~ ....... ~-, .......... , ~' .! PUNCH 5 pkg. Kool'Aid (any flavor to go with decor of party) 10qts water 5 cups sugar 1 tall can pineapple juice (48 oz.) % bottle real lemon juice 1 qt. bottle ginger ale Mix all ingredients except ginger ale. Add this just before serving. Freeze what is left to serve later. Serves 50 people. i , Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life Home . Bonds Auto * Commercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy 226 N. Terry ..... JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 ...... V&'ve &bated nuc '/ear p u.'r bng ~i~~ ~, :~:i :i: +:!< We Americans have always recognized the need for full and orderly discussion ol important public issues. From the neighborhood improvement association to the United States Congress, free-ranging debate helps us de- cide what to do, when, anti h~)w. And when the facts are in, we do it. After 30 years we're still debating -- and delay- ing 7-- nuclear power. Some pea>pie worry that it~ not safe, or t~x) costly, or that the fuel~ t,,o scarce. The facts are: In the 24-year history of U.S. commercial nuclear power there has never been a nuclear-related fatality. Electricity made with nuclear fuel i> competitive with electricity made from odwr/uels. We have the largest proven reserves of nuclear fuel in the free world, and a dollar'~ w~,th of nuclear fuel contains as much energy as $10 wordx of imported oil. At your electric cotnpany, wc believe ti~e debate on nuclear power has served ic~ purpose and now it has gone on long enough. Most Anwricans agree that we should be developing the potential ot tiffs domestic and less costly fuel. The record shows that nuclear power is clean, efficient, competitive and safe. And t,~ stlppl'/ the elec- tricity we need to keep this area attractwe for living and working, it's necessary. So let~ ~et on with it. TEXAS P()WER & IA(;HI' ('()MPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility display of many interesting things from this country in the foyer of the church. Everyone was invited to look it over and converse with the couple. Mr. and Mrs. O.D. McCann were again saddened this week at the loss of his nephew, Ralph McCann of Minden, Louisiana. The McCann's attended the funeral. Ralph died suddenly from a heart failure. Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Cade returned on Sunday after attending the Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and touring the southwestern state of Missouri. They had a very nice time. Oct. 19-23 Monday: Chicken & dumplings, but- tered carrots, English pea salad, bread, milk Tuesday: Beef and cheese tacos, Spanish rice, buttered corn, pineapple ambrosia, milk Wednesday: Hamburgers on hun, cheese slice, lettuce, tomato, pickle slices, french fries with catsup, ap- plesauce, milk Thursday: Texas hash with cheese, cole slaw, pinto beans, cornbread, jello, milk Friday: Beef and vegetable soup, pimento cheese sandwiches, apple slices, cake squares, milk JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL Baskets served with french fries * hamburgers hot dogs , chili dogs corny dogs ,submarine sandwiches , occasional specials SNACK ITEMS Snack cakes, chips, cookies, tea Choice of milk daily Breakfast served daily at all 3 schools ~elllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilr~ "= i REPLACEMENT COSTS Grow HIGHER And We Go To ANY LENGTH, To HELP The HOME OWNER GUARD AGAINST UNDER-INSURANCE And . LIMITED PNOTECTION! Mr. and Mrs. J.L. (iartlidge spent the Mitcham Street. past weekend visiting with their son, Entering the Memorial Hospital last Steve ('artlidge artd family, l,inda and week was Margaret Nichols. We do Jennifer. Stew~ is music and youth hope that sheis at homeand wellon the director of the First Baptist Church on road to recovery. ooooeooee oeeeoeoeeeeooeoeoeeeeeoeooo ooooeoeeeeeel e Umbrellas $2.98 & $3.98 ................. Mens $4.95 Folding Umbrellas $4.98 .............. Overshoes $3.98: Girls raincoats $2.98 .............. Ladies & mens $3.98 Jelly bean rain jackets with hood, 4 to 14 .......... $4.98 Misses sweat shirts with hoods .......... $8.95 now $6.95 S & H Green Stamps Malakoff Lay-Aways I TRUE HAPPINEKq There are many who are seeking, searching, and desiring happiness In this evil, and cruel world. We ask where is true happiness? The world can not give true happiness. God's word tells us where It is to be found. Hear these words from the Bible, "HAPPY IS HE THAT HATH TIIE GOD OF JACOB FOR illS HELP, WHOSE HOPE IS IN TIIE LORD [IIS GOD." Friend, do you have God as your helper? Is your hope truly in God? Think about It. JAMES I. STRIN(;ER Minister Ph. 489-1718 Come worship with us at the Church of Christ, North Martin St. in Malakoff, you will be glad you did. i i iii I llllll/ll I Refrigerators . Freezers Washers Dryers Lawn Boy Mowers i -k Televisions Small Appliances -k Air ConditionersOsculating Fans - (omv and see us re you [ uy Terms 214 N. Terry 489-1506 .: ,Available Malakcff llllll I.ilm i I We're making great deals now on every new Massey our IoL Factory allowances and special financing options mean we can deal the way you want to! on "Make A Deal" on new Massey.Ferguson equipment MF 205 20-hp tractor was $6,490 .................................. NOW $ 5,150 MF 230 34-hp tractor was $11,780 ................................. NOW $ 9,100 MF 245 6-spd., 42-hp tractor Was $13,480 .......................... NOW $10,250 MF 245 8-spd., 42-hp tractor was $14,525 .......................... NOW $11,150 MF 255 MP, 52-hp tractor was $19,170 .............................. NOW $14,350 MF 265 $-epd., 60-hp tractor was $20,130 .......................... NOW $15,250 MF 275 MP, 67-hp tractor was $22,380 ........................... NOW $16,800 MF 285 MP, 81-hp tractor was $25.000 ............................. NOW $18,950 MF 285 MP, w/cab & air, 81-hp tractor was $29,800 ................. NOW $22,450 MF 2675 MP, 100-hp tractor was $39,380 .......................... NOW $28,500 MF 2705 MP, 120-hp, w/duals, tractor was $44,485 ................. NOW $32,950 MF 4880, 18-$pd., 4-whl. dr., 320-hp tractor was $116.000 ........... NOW $85,000 MF 308 tractor-loader was $23.790 : .......... .................... NOW $18,500 MF 1560 round baler was $11,200 ................................. NOW $ 8,600 MF 1440 round baler was $8570 ................................ NOW $ 6,850 MF 37 rake was $2,020 ............................................ NOW $ 1,750 MF 129 13-shank chisel plow was $2,245 ........................... NOW $ 1,975 14.9% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) financing* for two years on most used equipment "Make A Deal" on these ready-to.work used tractors John Deere 300 DSL tractor, wa~ $~,750 ....................... HOW $4,250 Ford 801 gas tractor, good, was $2,950 ........................ NOW $2,650 Ford 601 gel era:tar, fair, was $2,600 ......................... NOW $2,350 Long 445 DSL tractor, wos $4,150 ............................. NOW $3,250 MF 35 gas tractor, was $3,550 .............................. NOW $3,200 Used Hoy Equipment Values NH 850 round baler, was $4,750 ............................. NOW $4,250 NH 479 hoyb~ne, good c mditlon, was $2,850 .................... NOW $2,415 NH 461 hoyblne, was $',~0 ................................ NOW $ 850 John Deem 1209 mower- :anditioner, wos $2,500 ................ NOW $2,2110 NH 851 round baler, was $o,500 .............................. NOW $6,000 "Applicable when financed through Massey-Fergu:ion Credit Corporation with qualifying credit. Offer ends October :~lr 198t, 103 N. 7th St., Corelonn, Texas 75110 --' (214) Inc. 8"/4.3601, Metro