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! The Malakoti News, Thursday, Oct. 20, 1M~,--3A Lltehfleld has been in the Hospital in Athens He died Sun- wife. : of Athens, manager of was bsent from days last week due to a nd an ear infection. We do ~le is much improved by now ;at worl. of Holllday has been taverns Kees of Trinidad She returned home on in the company of Mr. and of this city. While Chambers will visit with Lisle and others, since that is mbers. sympathy goes to the family who passed wy quite on Tuesday night. His Marilyn Hern and family Betsy Freemn and her Judy, his wife, has to be thankful for. She was her husband when the at- and she managed to get and get him over and home even in thunder- very brave and is to be for her quick wit and in time of stress. and Russell Wiker of Cor- the funeral of D.L. visited with his family on worked with D.L. at Lumber Company and t ~pent the day with Bertha Crensbw in Fort birthday on October Whltehed of Texas City days in the home of his and her husband, Hddock and Dr. W.J. and ~pent the weekend ~ith their Mr. and McBride. Edith and Orville Anding of shopping: Edith Malakoff ary School Honor Roll B Honor Roll - Shawn Peach, Nathanial Jones, Samantha Kennedy, Ptrici Mygtt, Jody Kellte Wilkinson, Molly McKinney, Nicole Day, Kristy McGee, Grog Cunninghm, Theresa Sanders, Dvid Allen, Cllnt Emsoff, Shane Hearon, Jennifer Her- Horn, Cameron Lin- Kourtney Marshall, Jenny Christie Prince, Scott Turner. A Honor Roll - Paul , Pmunie Fleck. Grade B Honor Roll - Amy Anderson, Annsley Trvis, Brent Gilmore, Aaron Hwkink, Mrvin Denise Hudson, Thoms Lwley, Jill Myer, Jennifer Chandler, Dz OWen Honor Roll - Wyntress B Honor Roll - Brian Crwford, Josh Ferrell, Genevea Hehmann, Karl Andrea Smith, Brandon Adams, Tony Mooneyham, Jerry Cot- Fleck, Shannon Holbert, Bobby O'Malley, Angle Greg Smith, Ronnie in Weks, Kristi A Honor Roll - Karen iril Steddum, Lesley Compton, Amy White, Nicki Hale, Zane Mr- B Honor Roll - Jason Tara Johnson, Jason Wat- Abbott, Marquel Barley, Dean Jnke, Tommy Morron, Grog Pearson, Angell Shaw, Carrie Barber, Cllie Lee, Stephnie Moore, Kristi Taylor, Keci Welk. will be remembered as the tormer Edith Brown of this city. Dolly Lundy is in the hospital in Athens. She has withstood two heart at- tacks recently. Her family has been with her steadily since last week. Evelyn Tanner cancelled her trip to Mt. Sequoia to be near her bedside. Dolly is resident of Pyne Springs. On the 10th of October the following people went to Mt. Sequoia for a retreat: Betty and Travls Matthews, Morris and Edith Books, Frances and Gwen Fulgham, Mary Alice and AI In- mort, Kay Lauden, Gwen Enas, Hazel Wltiford, Mary Courtney, Geneva and Carney Kirby, Mttie Thomas, Ada Turner, Marion Williams, Ruby Price, Bobble Mims, Cer Bankston, Mary Ann Royal and the Rev. Huey Clemen- ts. They all returned on Friday except Hazel Wiiliferd, Enas Lauden and Mary Courtney, who extended their trip to other states. 8tacy Andrews brought the cutest lit- fie book from the library t Athens recently for me to read entitled "Ramona, The Pest", by somebedv D. L. PIERCE Funeral services for D. L. Pierce of Malakoff were held Friday, Oct. 14, 1983 t 2 p.m. t the First Baptist Chur- ch. Rev. William Rambo officiated and burial followed t Mlakoff City Cemetery. Pierce, 55, died OCt. II. He was owner and operator of City Building Supplies in Malakoff. He was horn Sept. 18, 1928 in Bazette. Survivors include his wife, Judy, of Malakoff; two daughters, Mrs. Marilyn Hearn nd Mrs. Betsy Freeman, both of Kemp; two brothers, Joe Pierce of Cor- pus Christi nd Jimmy Pierce of Fort Worth; three sisters, Mrs. Belle Scoggins of Fort Worth, Mrs. Maxine Echolmn nd Mrs. Helen Nobles, beth of Arlington; nd three grandchildren. Callaway Funerl Home of Malakoff was in charge of rrangements. Pallbearers were Brad Stegal, Houston Moye, Vaimore Rogers, Chris Drake, Bubb Johnson and Mac McLain. Honorary pallbearers w4re Tremn Perkins, R.A. Bains and Robert Willis. Corporate America doesn't have to be defensive about its productive role as creator of value. The American business corporation does have to realize--and it has to com- munlcte---tht when it works, and works well, it is working for America. named Cleary. It was all about Kindergarten Children and how they thought. The most important question and one that was embarrassing to the teacher, was how the men who worked on big machines went to the bathroom. She would just have had to say that the government gives everyone a 15 minute break, both morning and evening and they go back to their office. It was entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond spent the week-end in Tatum visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Almond and family. Mrs. Martha Hardt of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Sarah Alice Cope of Ardraorck Oklahoma visited with their mother, Mrs. Dwight Carson several days this past week. Dede and Bill Chumley and tiRdr daughter, Krlsten spent Friday night visiting with Ded's aunt, Mrs. Carva Beldler here. They reside in Duncan, Oklahoma. Gladys and Joe Fink of Pasadena spent a few days last week with Mrs. Carva Beldler here. We had two phone calls from Susan Walker Matthews last week. Both were from Washington, D.C. where she was visiting with a friend Kathleen O'Reagan and visiting the Smithonian Institute for an art project. We were glad to hear from her, just sorry it wasn't a personal visit. We got a letter from Becky Dobbs with a coupon in it for doughnut holes to take to Mrs. Henry Walker in Athens, at the Park Highlands Nursing Home. The Donut Palace was out of holes, but they gave us some doughnuts to take. Thanks so much. This was really nice of them. They said that they had been giving their extra ones to the Cedar Lake Nursing Home. We know that they really do appreciate this, as we bought some doughnuts and they were very good. Service News Air Force 1st Lt. John P. Doherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. FX. Doherty of Malakoff, has been awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal at Kelly Air Force Base. The Joint Service Commendation Medal is awarded to those individuals who demonstrate meritorious achievement or service while assigned to multi-service activities of the Depar- tment of Defense. Doherty is chief of operations produc- tion with the 6948th Electronic Security Squadron. He is a 1978 graduate of Austin College, Sherman. , HOT CHICKEN SALAD ' (A new oriental treat) 1-2 lb. chicken, cooked and chopped large IT cooking oil 4 stalks celery (sliced diagonally) 2 large onions, sliced 6 green onions chipped I/4 tap. garlic powder z/, tap. ginger Stir, fry all ingredients, make a past of I T. brown sugar and 2T. corn starch and 2 T. Soy Sauce, blend with a little water to make a sauce. Stir in I lb. cooked spaghetti noodles. Serve hot. This recipe was sent to us by Susan Matthews of Newport, Beach, California. Thanks a lot. The New Hwy. 31 E. Malak0ff, TX For more information Harold Holyfield 675-3930 I| II or a (Living, Dining & Bedroom) NO CREDIT CHECK . ItWVtEDIATE DELIVERY LONG TERM * SERVICE 8, DELIVERY ,TION INCLUDED - TV- APPLIANCES 416 S. Palestine BRANDS YOU KNOW g TRUST = Panasonic Quasar = Sharp = RCA GE Spent an enjoyable day last Thursday visiting with Mrs. Denver Lancaster and her daughter, Tummy. While we were there she had guests. Mrs. June Hlghtower and Thettus Goedwin of Kerens. Took Thettus home and saw her home and husband, Clyde. Picked up three new subscriptions for the Malakoff News. They were really complimentary about the News. Glad to hear the kind words. Keep it up. Thettus was hoping her son would come by and take them to the Ferris ball game on Friday night. Don't know how. it dtur- ned out. Malakoff School Menu October 24 - October 28 Monday - Steak patties with gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, wheat bread. Tuesday - Italian spaghetti with meat sauce, blackeyed peas, spinach, garlic bread. Wednesday - Hamburgers on bun, french fries with catsup, lettuce, tomato, pickle slices, pudding. Thursday - Chicken and dumplings, buttered carrots, English pea salad, bread slices. Friday. Barbecue links, pinto beans, potato salad, cornbread. First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 reported good services Sunday. Some of the members shared the afternoon with the Elder Dottle Church Anniversary and some with Antioch Baptist Church for the evening. Mrs. Vee McAllster is at home from the hospital and doing much better. Also, Mrs. Corlne Wiley is at home and up and about following surgery. Mrs. Demple Besley's sister, Mrs. Hum- mer, is very ill. Mrs. Altha Barron is out of town visiting her brother. Mrs. Lenora Bailey is still shut in with illness but is improving, Syria Hulln is reportedly suffering with muscle spasms and Marshall Tar- ver is down with back trouble. Shirley Temple, as a child star, wore exactly 56 curls in her hair. The curls were set by her mother who thus made sure of their exact number. TRACIE RUSHIN Tracie Rushin named to ET Council Tracie Rushin, a Junior majoring in office management at East Texas State University, has been appointed to the College of Business and Technology Student Advisory Council. The council is composed of student representatives from each of the student professional organizations and the departments in the College of Business and Technology. The council evaluates programs in the college, meets with the dean to discuss issues, sponsors college wide programs and acts as a contact with high school students who are interested in the College of Business Technology. Miss Rushin represents the depar- tment of office administration and business education on the council. A 1981 graduate of Malakoff High School, Miss Rushin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Rushin, Commer- ce. .g When you can own an RCA Selectavision * for as little as,,. o8 hour recorder Soft touch function Automatic tape rewind Several models to choose from! Delivery and set up available -k Modolno.VGT250 ,W Don't miss that football game, favorite daytime drama, or top hit movie,S! YOUR PAYMENTS WILL BE LOWER THAN A RENTAL Hwy. 31 East 489-1000 Malakoff PriDes 6ood Oot. 17-22 8 a.m.-7 p.m. 11'11 E. Tyler 877.1093 Lube, Oil and Filter Change Install a new WaI-Marl off filter .Lubridale char-;r;is to manufaclurers speciflc~ations .h~slatl up to 5 quarts ot name brand 10W40 oil .Check all fluid levels FREE Mounting with purchase o! any new tire Everyday Low Price P155/80R13 F.E.T. 1.50 General Ameri SBR Tire Steel belted radial .Trim whitewall in P-rnetric sizes .Heat and abrasion resistant 4 Cyl. 29,96 s cy,. 33,97 e cyL Electronic Ignition Tune-Up Set timing .Adlust K~le ,';peed Test battery and charging System oAdjust fuel mixturu using infra-red light AcJditional parts, fl r~(,uded, cost extra .Standard q~nitlon $5 ~dditional TIRE Size Price F.E.T. P185180R13 36.96 1.90 P195175R14 42.97 2.13 P205175R14 44.88 2.34 P205175R15 47.78 2.44 P21 48.96 2.59 P225175R15 51.84 2.74 235175R15 53.97 2.96 Front Wheel Alignment and Computer Balance Adjust caster and rotor AdluSt steering and toe-settings Compulel balance front wheels Additional parts, il needed, at extra cost FREE Wal-Mart safety check WAL-MART'S AUTOMOTIVE POLICY -- it ~s ,fur endeavor tO ~,ahIJy alJ ih,slomor~; Wall Mart relalns leu r~l to d~(:kne any ~er'~,,:,~ whetl~or ~(Iverte~ed o~ not whece an aulomob~." r~a~. related worn parts wh,cn ,r~ Wal Mal~ ~ ~le d~sc~hon w~,uk~ ,;~v*. I,:, ~;*,a~ or ~:(~n I.lue an .nsale o, ~.lsat~staclo~y (;~,t~d~,~,r~ tJpo~ nol~t4cat,ort ,)t tr,u ,,nsatk, r,~ unsa~,~4ac lury cond, t,on me c.slomer may s,gr~ ;i ~,tler~ waiver el ~t~e r opla(:omvf~t ~pt ~;r~ r~*~*,,le,1 parts Wm k&art reigns ~he rlghl Io accept or deckne any such wa~v*, o~ Io ~lL~s~ ~u(t, serve. ANDISE POLICY -- It IS ou* intention to have every adverhsed ~tem ie stock However, il due to arty unforeseen reasorr, an adver tlsed item is not available fr~r purchase. WaI-Marl will ;ssee a Ram Check nn request lot the rtrerchdedlSe to t ~. parchased at Ihe sale price whenever available or Wdl SOIl yOU a similar ilem el a comparable reduction III price We reserve the fighl to lifell quantlti('~s /I