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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Nov. $, labloll (Senior adults) was a night, Oct. 28th at fellowship hall. participated dressed as ghosts and hobo's and having a good time. pies, coffee and tea for Those attending were: Coriene Tanner and Toye Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Mrs. O. D. McCann, Bill and Mrs. Betty Rambo, Lockie Clark, Arzella ! Mr. and Mrs. Rollen Rober- Gunnels and Terl, Rhon- Mrs. Lime Lewis. went to Cream Level for a fish dinner with Mr. spent Sunday after- Lottle Andress of Andress has been ill for now and if things work out Wednesday with Mrs. Billy Ferpson and tory, of Winfield spent with his paren- Bob Ferpsou and the G. V. Walkers here. night Mary, Hllary and attended the Halloween sponsored by the Booster Mary won a cake at the in handy for the is extended to s family in the loss McLaln, last Tuesday Hospital in Athens. been in the restaurant e business in Malakoff in the past and will be remembered as the owner of the Tiger Den here for many years. Mrs. O. D. MeCaun spent several days last week in Houston visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Britten and children, Lee Anna and Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and daughter, 8tacy, of Athens, spent Sun- day visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker. Wayne Sawyer and Richard Games spent Sunday spent Sunday visiting in the Summerall Addition. They reside in Dallas. Billy and June Scholl of Houston and Buddy and Ads Scholl of Fort Worth spent Saturday here visiting with their mother, Mrs. Blanche Scholl. Welcome to Malakoff Alzena and ChurHe Vandagriff. They moved into their new home this week on Sunset Street or will move in the near future. They have been making their home in Granbury. They were in Temple Tuesday of this week for a checkup at Scott and White Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Walker were in Corsicans tending to business Monday afternoon. Mrs. Leroy Almond returned home over the weekend after spending the week in Tatum with her son and his children, Roger Almond. Mrs. Marlene Almond has been in Houston un- CAJUN CAKE 1 cups sugar ~g soda V4 teaspoon salt 2 cups pineapple, undrained. floor, sugar, soda and salt. Stir in pineapple and eggs. Beat well to Pour into greased 9X 13 inch pan and bake at 300 degrees Spread frosting over hot cake. FROSTING combine cup (I stick margarine, small can evaporated milk and for five minutes. Add I cup broken pecans, I cup coconut and I This dinner will go to improve their church facilities and help in their Jennie Robertson celebrates her 80th birthday Mrs. Jennie Robertson, who makes her home in Val Vista Nursing Home was honored with a birthday party Sun- day at the home of her son and his wife, Billy Joe and Linda Roberteon on the Cross Reads Highway. It was Jennie's 80th birthday. Many friends and relatives helped her share the lovely day. Those signing the register were/.,elan and Marchetta Yealock of Van Alstyne, Edify Gracy of Westminister, Annie Lee Jones of McKinney, Velda and Lee Dunn of Jenks, Okla., Nell Robertson of Palestine, Janet and Jewel! Thompson, Helen Robertson, Sherry an dCrystal of Athens, Shells Smith and Lisa, Penny Perry of Jasper, Don and Betty Taylor, LaDonna and David of Corsicans, Claude and Mary Chenowith, Trinidad, Cheryl, Angels, Danna and Faron Gilbreath of Palestine, Tom and Jill Davis of Mesquite, Elizabeth Ann Robertson of Greenville, Linda Rober- tson Ingrain, Kim; Tracey and Carla of Palestine and Billy Kaye Davis and Linda and Billy Joe and children of dergoing tests at M. D. Anderson.Malakoff. Saturday, Nov. 19th, the First MJH Math Club. Methodist Church is hosting a fellowship dinner to which the cam- holds first meeting munity is invited. Price of the tickets wil be $4.50 and it will begin at 6:30 p.m. By MELINDA JULIAN The Math Club at MJH held its first meeting Oct. 19, 1963. The Math Club is for the A and AB honor roll students. This provides the students the oppor- tunity to participate in UIL contests. The members will have selling projects to earn money for extra items to benefit Spread over hot cake. ~me from Joan McConl, of Athens. We do appreciate these reclpos. ::il ! :L C~ ministry. Make plans to be present and cooperate in the fund raising event. They will he glad for your cooperation. Mrs. Jo Chambers has accepted a job in Corsicana at a school. L, ooa services were reported at First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 Sunday with a guest minister from Dallas bringing the message. Members traveled to the Trinidad Board Meeting Sunday after- noon at 3 p.m. with the Rev. R. C. Hedge bringing the message. Mrs. Altha Barron has returned home ~afely and doing well. She was in ser- vices Sunday morning. Mrs. Lenora Bailey, who has been ill NOW at home, is now doing fine. On our sick list is Syria HaHn and Marshall Tarver who has been in Veteran's Hospital in Temple. Corine Wiley is doing much better and Edna Tarver is improving from a sot6 throat. Mrs. Annie Mae Wright visited last weekend with the HulMs. They also visited in Texarkana with her parlmla. Also visiting was a nephew and his friend from Dallas. II I I I Malakoff Insurance Agency "A" Life Home "A" Bonds "Jr Auto "k Commercial Now Medicare Supplement Policy Mai.koff JERRY GARRISON ....... HAVE FINANCING representing Amerivan Life and Accidental Insurance Co. 489.O512 FURN EASTEX/BARN ITURE WAREHOUSE Hwy. 85 & 90 * BASSETT * BROYHILL * KROELLER * DOUGLAS * MEADOWBROOK * IMPERIAL 887-1555 Gun Barrel City * VISA * FREE * MASTERCARD LAYAWAY Living Room Sofa, Loveseat, Chair s158oo Bedroom Suite Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Night Stand, Headboard s195oo Early American FumitarEostex To MobonkHwy. 90 Warehouse To Sofa, Loveseat, Chair ' x 85 ' the math class, for a trip at the end of "High Back" To Sevqm the year and many other various ac- I Hwy. 9O tivities. Points To Malakoff The Club decided to meet every third Wednesday of each month during the afternoon break. Officers for the coming year are Tonya Johnson, president; Lynn Jackson, vice president; Lisa Stone, secretary; Page Sutton, treasurer; and Melinda Julian, reporter. The Math Club Is sponsored by Miss Jerrilyn Tar- ver, seventh and eighth grade math teacher. The first club activity of the year was a booth at the MJH Halloween Carnival Monday, Oct. 31st. Malakoff School Menu November 7 - November 11 Monday - Steak patties and gravy, mashed potatoes, with cheese sauce, wheat bread, cookies. Tuesday . Beef/Cheese Chalupa, tossed salad, buttered corn, jells. Wednesday - Hamburger pattie on bun, lettuce, pickle, tomato slice, fren- ch fries, catsup. Thursday. Turkey and dressing with gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, fruit salad, hot rolls. Friday - Fish with tartar sauce, macaroni and cheese, buttered spinach, bread slice, chilled pineapple. DALLY 9-9 SUN. 12-6 size Mattress Set $8800 Dining Room I~ I s199 Bunk Bed Wood Parts "Only" Bunk Beds Complete with Mattresses s129oo size $19900 II size Mattress Set 3-Room Group Living room, Bedroom and Dining Room - will separate II Twin Beds Full Beds Queen Beds King Beds per set per set per set per set Starting at s69oo s88oo i~ !/ ) ' ii:!:. of the newly formed Henderson County Rodeo Club are pictured row Is John Cestlow, Paige Surls, John Johnson, Jeff 8plvey and Bottom row is Bart Ray, Phillip Surls, Jay Calvin and Bobby pictured is Todd Locke and Bublm Powell. (Staff photo by Lisa daughter of Mr. and Malakoff, Has been of the Henderson newly formed, represents County area in the Lone School Rodeo Association ~ .) is for any student that is the sport of rodeo, is a good standing and has If a student's grades they are not allowed in their events until the grades are posted with members are dedicated They travel nine months year, every weekend, rodeoing all over East Texas. The top 15 in each event go to the Finals in Dallas in May. Points are accumulated through the year with saddles and buckles being presented to high point individuals. There are 31 clubs and 470 members in Lone Star. Henderson County Rodeo Club mem- ber's are Kevin Graham, president; Phillip Surls, vice-president; Paige Surls, secretary-treasurer; John John- son, Jeff Spivey, Bobby Canada, Bart Ray, Todd Locke, John Ceatlow, Jay Calvin and Bubha Powell. H.C.R.C. sponsors are Larry and Mickey Surls, Stanley and Charlotte Graham, Gary and Mellssa Spivey and Johnny and Esther Johnson. Grocery and Market , . . . . . . case plus tax Beef ................... '1.18 lb. Hind Qtr .................. '1.48 lb. Whole Pork Loins .... . ..... Sl.39 lb. 10 lbs. Bacon or Sausage ..... '14.80 Beef Loins ................ '1.68 lb. Fore Qtrs .................. ' 1.18 lb. C.t L.',,.pp.d ,o... [ :' I i : N0 EXTRA CHARGE .... - ! ' .... ' ............. 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