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HAZEL HUNT AND HER DOLLS MARTHA MAXWELL You Beautiful Doll, You Big, Beautiful Doll" is what sings to herself as she porcelain into molds. Hunt is one of the doll found around the lake But she creates her dolls And she has had her show at Neiman's Preston- and Fred Hunt have lived Cabin Estates for about four After keeping house down a year, Hazel, who is from Neiman Marcus tere she was assistant ~ns supervisor for 24 years, she needed a hobby. And granddaughters and seven she decided that dolls looking into what was Hazel took a deep breath Fred she needed a kiln of Own and molds and a place to has a kiln and molds Fred is working on a small so the dolls and all their house. for porcelain dolls is First comes the porcelain. This must be into molds and air bubbles like the plague. the molds harden they are as as butterfly wings. They be smoothed down, fired into and then painted. Bodies arms are attached to heads and hair and eyelashes are added to make pretty faces. Hazel then makes use of her tailoring abilities by dressing each doll from the "skin" out. This is very tedious since much of the work is done by hand. But, presto! The finished product is a beautiful porcelain doll and a happy, smiling child. And a happy Lord's Acre Bazaar. For the Lord has truly smiled on Cedar Creek United Methodist Church. Hazel and Fred decided to transfer their membership from Dallas to the lake church. And Hazel is donating three dolls to the bazaar. It is hard to decide which is going to be the cutest, prettiest, sweetest of the three. First there is Annie in her red dress and red hair looking just like the Orphan Annie we have known through the years. Then there's the Christening Doll dressed in all the lace and frills that christening dresses require. And last, but not least,.is Pretty Baby, a lap doll dressed in little- girl clothes. How lucky three little girls will be. To see these dolls and talk to Hazel about dolls in general and doll-making in particular, come to the Lord's Acre Bazaar, Cedar Creek United Methodist Church, Tool. The doors will open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 4-5. The entire experience will be worth writing home about. OI %%1} :IAI. SE(:I IRITY I ' husband died last month. Can I Social Security check that or am I supposed to benefits are payable for the death. For example, If the Sty died in October, the check 3, (which is payment should be returned unless is made out Jointly to a and wife. In that case, the sur- at a Social Security of- the check. does the Social Security pay for "welfare" payments program is administered Security Administration, Security taxes are never hy for anything but the Social SSI payments come fund of the U. S. These funds also pay for the g the SSI program. funds aren't used at all. Medicare protection, but I of buying insurance to Medicare. Can you offer any advice on how to choose the best policy? A. Medicare is designed to provide basic protection against the high cost of health care, but it will not pay all your medical expenses. For this reason, many people buy private insurance to supplement Medicare. The best advice about buying private insurance is to examine the policy carefully. Be sure that it doesn't Just duplicate your Medicare coverage. If you want ad- ditional advice, call any Social Security office and ask for the pamphlet, Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare. eowners 226 E. Royall Blvd. 489-2341 Malakoff The Malakoff News, Thursday, Nov. 3, IN3--IIA State Comptroller Bob Bullock sent checks last week totaling 110.7 million to 219 counties and 416 cities as their share of the state's 10 percent mixed Cross School Menu BREAKFAST Monday - Cereal, Juice, milk. Tuesday - Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday - Pancakes, Juice, milk. Thursday - Biscuit and sausage, Juice, milk. Friday - Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday - Steak and gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, milk, cookie. Tuesday - Sloppy Joes, french fries, Pork & Beans, milk, cake. Wednesday - Taco with salad and cheese, corn, fruit, milk, jello. Thursday. Chili mac, pinto beans, carrots, milk, cookie. Friday - Hamburger, french fries, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, cheese squares, milk, fruit. Facts on fever told Fever is one of the body's major ways of reacting when someting goes wrong. Besides fighting infection, it alerts us to take action to help the body relieve the problem. "A philosopher is one who doubts." Montaigne Country Produce Pumpkins for Halloween Vine Ripened Tomatoes Lettuce, Fruits, Vegetables drink tax collected during the third quarter of 19S3. Bullock said the state collected a total of $37.2 million in taxes on the sale of mixed drinks during the quarter, up 7.4 percent over the same period last year. Texas cities and counties each receive a 15 percent rebate on the tax collected on mixed drinks sold within their boundaries under the law that legalized the sale of mixed drinks in the state. The state's general revenue fund will Get the m()st for your money. We're paying 10% ()n Western Savings Money Fund accounts of $2,500 or more. And your deposits are insured up to $100,()00 by the FSLIC.Come see Corsicana receive the balance -- $26.4 million-of the tax money collected. Among cities in Henderson County receiving rebates was Star Harbor, receiving a check for $147.76 on total revenue of $965.05; Trinidad, 301.71 on total revenue of $2,011.43; Gun Barrel City, $329.75 on $2,198.31 and Seven Points, $2,095.06 on $13,967.09. Athens led the county in returns with a check for $2,357.82 on total revenue of $15,718.79. Bullock said the mixed drink "tax brought in $111.2 million during the first three quarters of 1263. Everyone knows electric bills go up and down throughout the year Some months they're low. Some months they're higher, depending on how much electricity you use. But for most of us there aren't any highs and lows in our monthly income. It's pretty much the same from month to month. So, balancing the monthly budget can be a problem. Well, Texas Power and Light Company has an answer. It's Mankin Cemetery Donations Rev. R. C. Young $20 Sous of Carey Quinn Gurty Johnson Iola Andrews the Average Billing Plan. And each month after you join, you'll pay an average of your monthly electric bills over the past twelve months. No more ups and downs. Of course, you're still pay- ing for all the electricity you use. But with average billing, your electric bills will be about the same each month. So budgeting will be that much easier If you want to know more about our Average Billing Plan, call your local TP&L office today. TEXAS P()WER & H(,HI" C()MPANY tlS al Wt;Merii Savings. 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