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10A--The Malakofl News, Thursday, Nov. 19, 1981 Still under the influence of their ex- tremely successful Centennial Celebration this past summer, the community of Kerens announces a "Christmas Time in Kerens Celebration and Bazaar." Set for December 12, the festivities will begin at 10 a.m. with a welcome address by Mayor Don Paschal, a prayer offering and the lighting of an official Christmas tree and other city street decorations. Not having Big Tex to center the ac- tivities around, the city will introduce a 4P i Men "Take Their Hats Off" To OUR ! MULTIPERIL POLICY, That Wraps Up PROPERTY And LIABILITY NEEDS Of I A Business, In A SINGLE PACKAGE! . ~]lllllllllllll*lllllllI|ltliIIIIIIl|lllllllll*llll*ltlllllllll*l'lllll*l II F High Performance Unvented Heaters These are quality constructed heaters for large, average or small rooms and limited space areas. Designed with Forward Heat Flow for more warmth at ankle and knee level. Dependable for many a long winter! Cabinets ,ha! stay cool to touch. Every heater comes equipped with a factory installed safety pilot, arid for a small extra cha~ge, you may add a bt, #er for ever1 greater room warming efficiency. Save $ by ordering early, before the cold weather startsl The most respected name in gas area heating new center of attraction . . . a giant Christmas tree. The tree is being con- structed by the Kerens High School CVAE class, under the direction of in- structor James Raley. Following the opening ceremonies, the Bazaar will be open for Christmas shopping. Located in the old Carroll Hardware building and in other buildings along the main street, the booths will feature all hand made items. There will be an array of Christmas gift and holiday items plus many homemade food booths. Noontime will be announced as the aroma of Wolf Brand chili spreads over the local area. The local Kiwanis Club interpretation of "1"was The Night Before Christmas" plus other carols. Several local ladies have been as busy as elves for several months preparing A Country Store. Located in the former Amy's Dress Shop building, the Coun- try Store will have hand made cloth wreathes, decorative stockings and other items. As customers browze around and warm themselves at the pet-bellied stove, they will be able to fulfill their individual visions of sugar plums. So no one will go away hungry, the local Band Boosters will have a booth selling nachos and cold drinks all after- noon. There will also be an area where will be serving chili and crackers in the old-timey saloon building. To finish off_ the meal, the local Homemaking I Department of Kerens High School will L be offering home made pies and cakes. After lunch Santa Clans will make his appearance on a Kerens Volunteer Fire Department truck. He will be giving away candy and making lists of Christmas wishes. Throughout the day, at various places and at various times, different groups i will be presenting musical interludes. The Kerens Music Club is working up a musical extravaganza sire,liar to Andy Willlam's Christmastime hay ride. The Kerens Brownie Troop, performing at Bain Hardware, will present a musical with Santa Claus. The final event of the day will be a drawing for prizes. Persons interested in taking part in the drawing may do so beginning in December, by donating 50 cents for each entry, to the local Cham- ber of Commerce. The Chamber will also be selling coffee and taking donations during the day for this event. The Kerens High School Band will close the celebration with a mini- concert on the brick-lined main street of downtown. The Kerens Chamber of Commerce, on behalf of the entire community in- vites neighboring communities to drop by and enjoy the Christmas Time in "FLOTATION SLEEP" 316 20th St. e CorsJcot~ OPEN TUE.-SAT. 10-6p.m. from , $, STOVE COMPANY- DALLAS, TEXAS A Dwis=on ol Addison Products Company 202 Hwy. 31 E. 489-1529 Malakoff children can have their pictures made Kerens Celebration and Bazaar." O MRS. HARVEY JOHNS ALMA ALICE WILKERSON Funeral services for Mrs. HarveyAlma Alice Wilkerson, 88, of Johns, 78, of Malakoff, were held at 2 Malakoff, passed away Friday, p.m. Saturday in the Carroll and Lehr November 13, 1981. Graves,de services Memory Chapel in Athens with the Rev. were held Sunday, Nov. 15, in the Post Hughey Clemments officiating. Burial Oak Cemetery with the Rev. Nyberg of- followed in the Malakoff City ficiating. Cemetery. Mrs. Wilkerson was born in Texas Mrs. Johns died Thursday in a Dallas March 31, 1893. She had worked as a hospital following a lengthy illness, seamstress. She had been a resident of Henderson County since 1913. The former Burnice Survivors include two daughters, Watterson, she married Harvey Johns Mrs. Hazel Hunt of Log Cabin Estates Oct. 21, 1921, in Athens. She was a and Mrs. Lucille Strawn of Point member of the Methodist Church.LaVista; two sons, Leonard E. Wilker- Survivors include her husband, Hair- son of Point LaVista and Jack F. vey Johns of Malakoff; one son, Jack Wilderson of Santa Barbara, Calif.;two Johns of Irving; one half-sister, Mrs. sisters, Mrs. MaRie Nash of Dallas and Claude Berry of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Jessie Mathis of Oklahoma; 12 and several nieces and nephews,grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; Pallbearers were Wayne Poe, L.D. and three great-great-grandchildren. Heft,n, H. L. Dixon, J. E. Be,n, Joe Ed Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff Watterson and A. J. Robnett. was in charge of arrangements. WEEKLY t Commercial peach producers should spray their trees with Kocide 101 when about 75 percent of the leaves have fallen or when the leaves can be strip ped off easily with the hand, says Dr. George Philley, plant pathologist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Ser- vice. This is not a 100 percent cure-all, but will help in the control of bacterial leaf spot, Coryneium blight, peach leaf curl and bacterial canker. Dr. James Robinson, Extension en- tomologist, says that peach producers are running out of time for applying PDB crystals around peach trees for peach tree borer control. This treat- ment should be made within the next Cross Roads. ,School Menu Nov. 23-25 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Corny dog, french fries, Pork & Beans, pickles, cheese, milk, cookies. Tuesday: Sloppy Joes, potato salad, pinto beans, milk, cake. Wednesday: Turkey & dressing, whipped potatoes, green beans, light bread, milk, fruit salad. few days if possible. Robinson also says that producers who are storing grain on the farm whould inspect the grain for weevils and other stored grain insects. If more than one weevil is found per quart of grain, the infestation is great enough to warrant treatment in most instances. I J&J PackageSt0re /3 I0/q I Major Developer Seeks .ea 1. Prospects and lisUnp furnished. 2. In.house financing bel market. 3. Earninls, $30,000 per year plus, to top performer. 4. 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