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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 29, 1981-- A by Polly Walker 489.1484 eatham and Steve Tuesday of this week to Baptist Convention Mrs. Halbert Wommack of weekend visiting with and family, The Rev. ' Cheatham, Brent and received in Malakoff on death of Franklin Faulk LJ01tNNIE MAE JACKSON Jackson 83rd I family dinner Mae Jackson 83rd birthday Oct. 20. dinner in the Souza, her daughter. recipient of many lovely children were present ex- who lives in Chicago, but gift of a dollar and one to grow on and her in December. the dinner were the and Mrs. Dick Grade, Gary Jackson and Springs; Mr. Charles Mr. E.O. Jackson, and Mrs. Tommy Davis Mr. and Mrs. Julie and Jennifer, Farrell, Houston; and Erica, Houston; Iton and Chip Souza, good time was enjoyed by playing Uno. gy class archaeology Holy Land two dozen Texas A&M will be totin' Bibles all- not as a religious text, reference for a new civilizations the course has been Bruce Dickson, an an- not sure how much in the class has been hit movie "Raiders of which depicts the search Hebrew religious artifact War II approaches. ,half jokingly says the approach to ar- by the summer's Could set the profession .g couples time for leisure and how does it Couples professionally two full-time equivalent Diane Welch, a family SPecialist. as members of teachers, social in administrative in general strive work and still retain sufficient the specialist explains. of Belton. Franklin was the son of the late Miller Faulk of Malakoff. We do not know any of the details of the funeral at this time. Deepest sympathy to the family. Mrs. Brad Stacy was honored at her home on Sunday with a birthday party and open house for her friends and family. Hostesses for the party were her daughter, Mrs. Polly Simpson, her granddaughters, Mrs. Rebecca Mc- It's A Girl: Kendall and Sandy Sparks proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Chasidi Rae. She was born Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1981, at 2:28 p.m. at Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens. Chasidi weighed 7 lb. 11/2 oz. and was 19 in. long at birth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly of Malakoff, Linda Cope of Miller Grove and Donald Sparks of Miller Grove. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harris of Trinidad, Mrs. Vera Weaver of Malakoff and Mrs. Erma Monroe of Malakoff. Nov. 2-6 Mouday-corny dogs with mustard, cheese sticks, potato salad, ranch style beans, applesauce, milk Tuesday.burritos with chili & cheese, pinto beans, cole slaw, cornbread, jello, milk Wednesday-hamburgers, pickles, let- tuce, tomatoes, french fries with ket- chup, peanut butter crispies, milk Thursday-oven fried chicken, whip- peal potatoes and gravy, green beans, hot rolls with butter, pudding, milk Friday-fish patties with tartar sauce, macaroni and cheese, purple hull peas, cornbread, peach slices, cookies, 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 dally at all 3 schools Frigidaire Laundry Pair To get clothes thoroughly doused, scrubbed, and clean, the tub and Hydrosurge Agita- tor work together, creating a poWerfu[churning current of cleaning power. It'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 Waterwatcher Dial that lets you match the amount of water to the size of your washload-- from a few pieces to a full 18 pounds. For big-family wash loads you need big drying ca- pacity. This Frigidaire Flowing Heat Dryer pro- vides gentle fabric care for up to 18 pounds of laun- dry at one time. pr. Phillips Appliance 489-1529 202 Hwy. 31 E. Malakoff Sweeney of Malakoff and Stacy Gun- nels of Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. William Cartlidge and Mrs. Eleanor Blen of Malakoff attended the meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star of Texas Convention during last week in Houston. Mrs. Charles Foster, superintendent of the Eastern Star Home in Arlington, was seen there by them. She is known in Malakoff as the former Potsy Magulre. The Charles Fosters returned to Malakoff for Saturday night and Sun- day after attending a banquet in Fort Worth honoring the new Worthy Grand Matron of Texas who is from Fort Wor- th for the coming new year. Mr. and Mrs. Gresham Fowler were in Garland last weekend to visit with relatives and friends. Betsy Freeman and Wendy of Kemp visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Pierce. Mrs. Elmer Roberts and Francis Mlmller of Murchison were visiting in the home of Mrs. D. B. Owens recently. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy scholl of Fort Worth spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scholl. Mr. and Mrs. d. L. Pierce spent Sun- day in Fort Worth visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Marilyn Hearne and boys, Bryan and Brent. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Courtney and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Culp of Longview have returned to their home after a tour of the Eastern States and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Jackle Stanfield and children of Atlanta spent Sunday visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanfield. The Rev. Stanfield filled the pulpit Sunday night at the First Baptist Church on Mitcham, in place of the Rev. James Cheatham. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Almond and Mrs. Alton Chambers were in Dallas Satur- day attending the State Fair of Texas. While shopping in Athens on Saturday night we ran into Mrs. Sybil Robinson of Athens, formerly of Malakoff; Sharon Hosklns of Trinidad; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robertson of Malakoff and our daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and daughter Stacy of Dogwood Estates. It turned out to be a real enjoyable evening. Sadness was evolked into the lives of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Chambers recently. They attended the funeral of Polly Wadley of Dallas last Thursday at 1 p.m. Interment of the body was at Wildwood Church. Mrs. Wadley was the grandmother of Bill Houston of Topeka, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers and Mrs. Leroy Chambers, met Alva Jo and Bill Houston and their daughter, Jan, at the home of Bill's mother, Mary Love, in Dallas and they all attended the funeral together. Deepest sympathy to these loved ones. Mr. and Mrs. Travls Matthews retur- ned home after an exciting trip to Hawaii. They stayed at Wakaki Beach and toured all of Honolulu. They retur- ned last Thursday. Gary Robertsou underwent surgery at Medical Center in Tyler on Tuesday. Doyle Scott of Chandler, Joe Flnk of Pasadena, Roy Robertson, his father and Carva Biedler of Malakoff were on hand when he went into surgery. Their prayers were answered when the dec- torn returned to say that Gary did not have cancer. Had a really nice letter from Mrs. Albert T. Evans of 1123 W. 6 N. Ave., Corsicana, Texas 75110 last week. Mrs. Evans will be remembered in Malakoff as Edna and she compiled the history of It's A Girl: Mike and Barbara Monroe are the parents of a new baby girl, Heather Renee, born Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 6:32 p.m.. at Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens. She weighed 5 lbs. 93/4 oz. and was 19% in. at birth. She is welcomed by sisters, Mandy, age 4, and Christi, age 1. Grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. C. E. (Buddy) Hazell of Tomball and Mrs. Erma Monroe of Malakoff. If 29 thru m Everybody Is A Winner Malakoff before leaving and donated it Fredricksburg, recently and sent us to the library. She has been visiting some clippings from the Fredricksburg with her daughter, Charlotte, inNews. Very nice to hear from them. Mrs. Edna Evans of Corsicana got this recipe from her daughter, Charlotte and is putting it into a cookbook for her granddaughter, Amy. She says that she is using some of the recipes from the Malakoff News. COPPER PENNIES 3 Ibs. carrots, scraped and cooked whole in boiling water. When cool, slice. I small green pepper, sliced thin I reed. onion, sliced thin % cup vinegar I can tomato soup I teaspoon mustard 1/2 cup salad oil I tap. Worchestershire sauce 1 cup sugar salt and pepper to taste Arrange carrots, pepper and onions in layers in bowl. Make marinate of other ingredients. Heat until blended. Pour over carrots and refrigerate for about 4 hours before eating. This makes a lot. If you live, divide it.-use half of everything. This is a good dish for a covered dish luncheon. It will keep for several days. I have had this recipe mentioned to me before, but did not get the recipe. By the way, when peeling your onion be sure to start at the root end, so you will not cry. CANDIED CARROTS 4 large plump carrots, scraped and cut in 2" pieces 1/= cup sugar 1 cup water 1/= teaspoon cinnamon Put in sauce pan and boil at medium heat until done, about 20 minutes. These taste a lot like sweet potatoes. THE WORDS OF A GREAT PREACHER When the apostle Paul spoke to the elders of the chur- ch, as recorded in Acts 20:26:27, he said this: "WHEREFORE I TAKE YOU TO RECORD THIS DAY, THAT ! AM PURE FROM THE BLOOD OF ALL MEN. FOR 1 HAVE NOT SHUNNED TO DECLARE UNTO YOU ALL THE COUNSEL OF GOD." The same apostle instructed Timothy to "PREACH THE WORD." Today this must be the desire of every man who strives to proclaim God's Divine Word. We are obligated to uphold, and defend that which is written by inspiration. Jesus said in Jo. 17-17: "sanctify them through thy JAMES I. STRINGER truth; THY WORD IS TRUTH." Also, Peter said, Minister "SEEING YOU HAVE PURIFIED YOUR SOULS IN Ph. 489-1718 OBEYING THE TRUTH THROUGH THE SPIRIT UN- TO UNFEIGNED LOVE OF THE BRETHREN, SEE THAT YE LOVE ONE ANOTllER WITH A PURE HEART FERVENTLY." 1 Pet. 1: 22. May God help us realize the seriousness, and importance of preaching, and have a desire to declare THE WHOLE COUNSEL OF GOD. Come worship with us at the Malakoff church of Christ. II I mm Limit 1 Drawing Per Customer E. Mitcham BIG SAVINGS! Oct. 29, 30, 31 One Group Co-ordinates 30% off 489-05 1 1 Malakoff Select your merchandise from entire stock in any or all departments then draw a slip from our treat bag to determine the percentage you save on any cash amount purchased. Do you r Christmas Shopping Now Dept. Store Malakoff )