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October 22, 1981

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" The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 22, 1981--3A by Polly Walker 489.1484 Mrs. Elton Johnson spent Tyler visiting with her James Owens at the Mrs. Raymond Reese and David Reese and Jencie on Saturday visiting and Mrs. Wade Hampton and Callaway and Jeffrey and Monroe, Todd Monroe and were all in Dallas to attend the wedding and Mike Collins. ring hearer at the Mrs. James Cheatham and in the hospital in Memorial with O. D. Mc- has recently undergone knee. Mrs. McCann may week but Mr. McCann in the hospital a while Winnle Shumate underwent I her head in Corsicana at the While there she went and visited with and Mrs. Cozette were both released on and returned home. 8humate was on vacation his job and spent part of in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. granddaughter, Stacy An- attended the State Friday and Saturday her grandparents and her and Mrs. Don Andrews, t for lunch and took her Sunday afternoon. Mrs. y Shumate had a with their son, from Frankfort, Germany, he had arrived safely and t there, he thought. Dodson had a very busy but with some guidance she said that it all : beautifully. She attended a OPEN HOUSE will be held Sunday, Oc- tober 25, in honor of AlUe B. Stacy's 80th birthday from 2:30-5:00 at her home at 303 W. Mitcham in Malakoff. Hostesses will be Polly Simpson, Rebecca Mc- Sweeney and Gay Julian. All friends and relatives are invited to drop by and congratulate her. (Courtesy photo) shower at 11 that morning at the home of Gaff Paroline given in honor of Cherei Foster for her coming marriage. Then back home to meet her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCullen and Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCullem of Terrell, who were in town for the day looking for land to purchase. While in town Dixie McCullem had a telephone message that her mother and Beunella's sister was very ill. After lunch Mrs. Dodson and Dixie motored to Mesquite Hospital for a visit with Lois Payne. Mrs. Payne was moved from Mesquite on Tuesday to Medical City where she will have open heart surgery in the near future. Mrs. Dodson is very concerned as the doctor told her sister, out to me last week, that we had not mentioned the new Cook- by the Assembly of God Missionary women. The book is called of our favorite Cooks." It consists of about 120 pages and ~nost more than one recipe on each page. The project was started to buy a The book sells for $5 and they would appreciate your ping them with this endeavor. Mesdames Bert Stone, C.O. Knox will be glad to sell you a book if you get in touch with a recipe today that we got from Mrs. Bunella Dodson several Mrs. Payne, to have everything in or- der because it could all be over. We do hope, with the family, that all goes well. Recently Mrs. Paul Powers was ad- mitted to the hospital in Port Arthur on a Sunday for minor surgery and released on Wednesday. She returned to her home on Friday to recuperate. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers were in Corsicans the past Saturday to pick up Mrs. Cozette Irwin who underwent surgery at the Memorial Hospital there recently. Mrs. Irwin will be recuperating at the Powers home. The Esther Sunday School Class met on Tuesday afternoon at the First Bap- tist Church in the fellowship hall. They have a new teacher for the coming year, Mrs. Katherine Welch, and welcomed her to their class. Refresh- ments were served to the following members who attended the meeting: Gladys Laney, Alma Jessie McLain, Katherine Welch, Sarah Hallmark, Cleo Bridges, Elsie Hines, Veda Mac Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blakeney attended a Commissioners convention at El Paso last week. They left on Tuesday and returned on Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. ilorace Shrader of Carol Springs spent Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary Stelzig. Malakoff First Baptist Church was entertained with the Puppet Team from First Baptist Church in Athens Sunday night. Directors for the team are Joni Pulley and Jim Stewart. Team mem- bers for "God's Hands", which is the name that the puppeteers call them- selves, were Prudence Ilaning, Jamie Pool, Donna Craig, Felicia Smith, Carol Teems and Katie Collins. They produced the musical "Arno's Adven- ture." It was a pleasant story for children. Two other members of the team present were Stephanie Craig and Jenny Pool. There were some of the children's parents present and the parents of Jim Stewart were in the audience as well as a host of Malakoff McBride, Mary Phillips, Mozelle Fowler, Dorothy Hardy, Mildred Ram-i *""" ;i~:::~:~: ;:;~F~:~" """ "! py and Vlvian Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson went to ** Exped in Acfflic Finish Groveton to visit with Mr. and Mrs. P. , . . D. tlamilton last week. Mrs. Hamilton : Dents Repaired : recently underwent surgery in Lufkin, ;'- Kerens 396-2348-* On Wednesday Bobby Johnson, brother of W. M. Johnson and Elton ****************************** Johnson of Malakoff had four bypasses at the St. Luke Hospital in Houston. Bobby resides in Victoria. The Rev. James Cheatham of First Baptist Church on Mitcham Street ac- ted as moderator at the Henderson County Baptist Association on Tuesday night at the Cedar Creek Lake Baptist Church. The choir of Malakoff church, under the direction of Steve Cartlidge, music director, led the music. Those participating in the choir were Walter Jackson, Lewis Vieregge, Jimmy Mat- tingly, Dale Norris, Jolen Ulrich, David Reese, John Brown, Jack Hearn, Sybil Norris, Billie Hearn, Shirley Ulrich, Nannie Drake, Norma Duncan, Delta Mattingly, Pam Drennan, Debi Reese, Carol Woolverton, Barbara Stone. l,oretta Vieregge. and Steve and Linda Cartlidge. Others who attended the I meeting were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bang, ~" Mr. ant Mrs. William Cartlidge, and Jennifer Cartlidge. Mr. and Mrs. Orbille Lecklar have returned from a trip down to McAllen and Old Mexico where they had a nice time. They spent eight days viewing the sights and enjoying themselves. Mary Stelzig visited with her uncle, "~Ta]k,l Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce on Monday at Cream Level Road. And on Saturday people, beautiful outdoor wedding ceremony. First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 had a Joe Mitchell was at home over the good service Sunday morning with the weekend to visit his sick mother, l,ena pastor bringing the message. Mitchell. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. I, W.Funeral services were held Wt~d- Brown and Carolyn House, who is the nesday for Mrs. Jessie Mae Thompsoq. daughter of Mrs. Ella Rae Malone. Mrs. Ruthie Mae Alexander was al~o Mrs. Lela Mae Davis' daughter from a visitor at First Baptist Church Sup- Dallas, Regina Williams Davis, had a day. THE GREATEST INVITATION f There are many who are burdened down by sin and the cares of the world. They are in despair and don't know where to turn. Problems seem to mount from day to day, and they turn to things that lead them into more problems, until they wonder, now, where shall I turn? ~. The Savior Jesus Christ gives the answer; "COME~' UNTO ME ALL YE THAT LABOUR AND ARE HEAVY LADEN, AND I WILL GIVE YOU REST. TAKE MY YOKE UPON YOU, AND LEARN OF ME; FOR I AM MEEK AND LOWLY IN HEART; AND YE JAMES !. STRINGER SHALL FIND REST FOR YOUR SOULS. FOR MY Minister YOKE IS EASY, AND MY BURDEN IS LIGHT." Ph.489-1718 Matt. 11:28-30. "He Is the Way, the Truth, and the~ Life." Will you come worship with us at the Malakoff church of Christ? I I Ill l i Pockel Atlacbe A1tacbe -OpenView The perfect and unusual Christmas gift. Exotic eelskin wallet or pocket attache comes in black or cedar. Pocket attache, a reg. $37.50 value now only ...... Pocket Attache Wallet Measures 3~/z'' x 3 " Folded, Pocket Attache Measures 7 Vz" x 4" Folded. associated in the Garden Club, however, the recipe is in they returned her visit. that the Assembly of God ladies put out and the recipe had L i j Some. When I first heard the recipe it was 2 of everything except [ Gwynne's Holiday Cleaners I D0dson has cut down on sugar, t~tter and milk. Either ~,Way it is 41S-A S. Palestine, Athens y dish to take to a reunion, luncheon; or just to a friend s home. . Complete laundry and Dry Cleaning Service* it can be made the night before and carried anywher.~ It does -WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES- Open Mon.-Fri., Closed Sat. CORN PUDDING Bankston's G.E., Malakoff I do not) 2 Tbs. sugar _ -_ I tall can evaporated milk (This with the corn juice makes 2 cups) 2 eggs in oven until you can stick a knife in and remove it at 350 degrees. nice comment from Mrs. McBride of Malakoff about the Amish She said she had to make them four times. 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