Newspaper Archive of
The Malakoff News
Malakoff, Texas
November 19, 1981     The Malakoff News
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 19, 1981

Newspaper Archive of The Malakoff News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

The Malakoff News, Thursday, Nov. 19, IMI~ t families of Oscar Carter and A. united at the Texas Power Reception building' for a Saturday and Sunday. One for the weekend was ,of Mrs. Donna Carter's Mrs. Carter was accom- by her son, Sidney in Brownwood. Mr. and Malcolm Hale and Mrs. Carter tlso from Brownwood. came from various parts Participants were Mr. and Carter of Avery, Dianne Denise and Dale Gene and Franciene Carter, Carter, all of Lufkin, Lureen | and Inez Hill of Tyler, Mr. and Carter, Jr., of Crockett, Mrs. Walter Starks and sons, Jean Hampton, Denise r and sons and Jesse McWharton Mr. and Mrs. James Avant of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller Louisiana, Charles Reid, ~y, Erie Mahoney of Houston, Frances Womack of Athens, Linda Thompson of Midland, Mrs. a. D. Stewart of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Bubba Nichols and Dustin of Conroe, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Franklin, Hilda Jo and Wesley Anding, Mr. and Mrs.Clyde Dalyrumple and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter of Malakoff, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Price and children of It's a Boy! Linda and Jo Snowden of Skiles Street in Malakoff were blessed with a little bundle of joy November 2, 1981. Weighing in at 7 Ibs. 5t/2 oz, the newborn will answer to the name of Justin Lynn in the future. He arrived at Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens and both mother and baby are doing fine. Paternal grandparents are Mr. adn Mrs. Jessie Snowden of Athens and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gunnells of Malakoff. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gunnells of Trinidad. Mixed Vegetable Casserole Frozen Mixed vegetables I c. chopped celery I medium onion, chopped ~lyonnaise 1 stick oleo I tube crackers, crumbled according to directions on package until just tender. Put in Mix onion, celery, cheese and mayonnaise and spread over Melt oleo, mix with cracker crumbs and sprinkle on top. Bake about at 350 degrees. originally from Citizens State Bank Teller, Princeton; but it was ' Mrs. F.E. Hardy. Old Fashion Teacakes I cup butter, 2 cups sugar r % c. milk with I teaspoon of soda dissolved with 5 cups flour and uice and I teaspoon nutmeg out and make cutouts. Bake at 350 degrees for kitchen in Athens. 15-20 minutes. This is Malakoff Timber Trails 4-H assignments within each project group. have boen recently appointed 4-H'ers selected must be active p positions within theirmembers in good standing with their local club, be at least 14 years of age, and Paige Surls were have been in 4-H at least two years and to serve as junior leaders to have exhibited leadership capabilities Norman, Horse Project to their club's Organizational Leaders. In addition, general items such as was appointed to assist ect Leader. performance with past projects, work on committees, abilities as an officer, each 4-H Club, there are quality of 4-H record book and par- adults who are selected to leaders. These leaders ticlpation in various 4-H events and ac- and training to the 4- tivities are also considered in the ap- specific projects, pointment of junior leaders. are then appointed to Connie, Paige and Len will now be volunteer adult leaders in eligible to apply to become 4-H Teen out the various training Leaders as they reach the age of16. Weatherford. Lots of good food and fun was reported. It seems that some remodeling has been going on in Trinidad recently. The City Cleaners and Colvin Barber Shop are both looking real up to date. Both have been remodeling and painting. City Cleaners of Trinidad is happy that they hired Jerry Rainwater to do the painting, both inside and out. Mrs. Gunneils said "that they were real proud of Jerry." Mrs. J. R. McMurray of Big Springs returned home on Monday after spen- ding five days with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tanner. Mrs. Don Andrews of Athens spent Monday afternoon visiting with her mother, Polly Walker. Helen Miller, formerly of Corsicana, is now making her home with her son, Burt Miller, on Cedar in the city. She says she is enjoying Malakoff. She is such a gracious lady. I sat by her in church one day and she thanked me for speaking. Such manners are a blessing in these days. Dough Morgan went to Navarro County Memorial Hospital in Corsicans Monday for'surgery on his neck. Mr. and Mrs. Don Robertson and daughter of Carthage were visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rollen Robertson, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall of Warba, Minnesota, came to Corsicana on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate joined them at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crocker for a visit this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate spent Thursday in Bullard with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pruitt. It's a Girl! Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nortcutt of Willow Springs were presented with an 8 lb. 13 oz. baby girl last week at the Henderson County Memorial Hospital. They were so sure it was going to be a boy that they did not have a name for a little girl. Probably it has been named by now, but we have been unable to come up with it. Grandparents for the child are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shumate of Willow Springs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shumate and maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Gladys Williams of Malakoff. The child was born on Friday, Nov. 13, 1981. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodwin of Cor- sicana and their grandson, Bryan Goodwin of Kerens, visited with Mrs. Cecil Grant of Athens and with the G. V. Walkers of Malakoff on Sunday after- noon. The First Baptist Church is planning a Thanksgiving Banquet on Nov. 24 beginning at 6 p.m. This usually is a churchwide get-together and enjoyed by most of the members. It is the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. RoUen Robertson. They are planning on going and joining the celebration. Congratulations to Roilen and Virginia, on 41 happy years. Plus Waiver or 13.9% APR Financing Massey has rolled b ck Our on all new price MF machines. That's right. All dudng November, Massey-Ferguson is rolling beck Prices 20=/o on all new Massey machines -- and 30*/0 on MF 4000 Series 4WD tractors. That means you can get some of the biggest savings we have ever been able to offer. But "~se sbeoal savings apply only to machines and equipment purchased f~cring November 1981 -- just in time year-end tax credits too. So hurry. Choice of 2. Or 13.9% APR financing, too. financing. If you qualify and finance through This }ow-rale finanong opt~n... 13.9 Massey-Fergusoo Credit Corporation, annualpercentage rate_As available we can make) your new Massey on 2-year terms to qualified buyers, equipmenl even mere affordable, with What a way to beat the primel your choice of these two outstanding financing Options: USED EQUIPMENT 1. Waiver of flnan(. SPECIALS, TOO. charges '11:il season Waiver of finance charges and 13.9% of USe. financing options are also available Tractors & to qualified buyers through MF on selected used machinery and equip- implements ........ March 1, 1982 ' ment on ot,.' tol. Hay tools .............. May 1, 1982 Grain combines ..... August 1, 1982 Com,'10ean combines ...... September 1, 1982 t HurryI These price rollback savings are good during November 1981. 103 NOW moel Itllrl m~lr, N. 7th St.. Corslcana, Texas 75110 299-5838 Mawuy makos sense. Inc. -- (214) 874-3601, Metro by Polly Walker 489-1484 Mrs. Wlllard Curry taught a mission book at the First Baptist Church on Tuesday. It was followed by a covered dish luncheon. Margaret Costlow has been moved to the Dallas Rehabilitation Institute, ac- cording to her mother, Her new mailing address for cards and letters will be Dallas Rehabilitation Institute, 7850 Brookhollow Rd., Dallas, Texas 75235. Visiting hours are from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; from noon until 8:30 on Saturday and from 10:00 until 8:30 on Sunday. Good services were reported at First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 Sunday. The choirs had their program Sunday mor- ning. Bro. Smith from Johnson Chapel Methodist Church was a guest. A bake sale was held Saturday after- noon by the choirs. Everything was sold and more could have been sold. Funeral services were held Saturday at 1 p.m. in Dallas for the son of Mrs. Omera Smith. Mrs. Ora Redie is still a patient in the hospital. Mrs. Lena Mitchell is about the same. Syria Hulin left Tuesday for the Veteran's Hospital in Marlin. just lOOk at all Sflacnoo It Includes:UU-=--vv 85 hp (mfr. engine rating) ;automatic differential lock Perry Hull Tractor Co. II Marshall Travls Tarver will be to visit a sick brother. Hehas returned married in Tyler Saturday. and reports that his brother is doing Judge Leo Orr was in Austin recently fine. O O L giving Ma/akoff Nov. 19-28 Ma/akoff F shion Shop .... Loona LOW[dp Owner 11o E. Mitcham 489-05f f ill Che / / /' +/ / / ,/ / / / /i Hvq. 31 W. Mhe~ $75-N0| ~..,.~..m Buick, AMC, Jeep ~.m4ml...~ I I I I II II III I II /