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I "We wish for you and yours.. The Staff ) per year from now until Nov. 30. Senior Citizens per year in Henderson and adjoining counties. The Malakoff News Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 Malakoff I.S.D. trustees approved formation of a Senior Citizens Golden Card Club last The club will allow all district resident senior citizens to attend school functions free of c including athletic events. It encourages senior citizens to attend all school functions to schools, to come to know the students and faculty and to familiarize themselves with educational and extra-curricular programs. It can be a good program. For it to be successful it must be supported by senior citizens. They must show an children, in education and in the future. We encourage all M.I.S.D. senior citizens to join the club, to carry a Golden Card with to take a closer look at our most valuable asset. We also applaude M.I.S.D. trustees for their decision to offer the opportunity. ANN RG M Ann-dering By Ann ounsovoll For the past several years my Jobat make the dressing better." dressing to accumulate morel Thanksgiving has been to prepare the My days on the farm have been draining. We also tried to turkey and dressing. In our family limited. I knew little about the differn- hysterical laughter as everyone cooks something and we put it re in duck meat and turkey meat. I took so the other relatives would altogether for our annual feast, that quart of broth and dumped it in the aware of the minor My brother and dad always start in dressing. Into the oven went the mix- "Can we do anything when we begin to make our plans by ture. mother would call from asking for duck instead of or along with The aroma of dressing soon filled the room. our turkey. Both have fond memories of house. Family began arriving in"We're just making a little duck from childhood, various groups. Our table became filled would say. Dad says he simply likes the moist- with pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, Duck broth increases hess of the duck meat. Jamie remora- salads, sweet potatoes, pecan pie and with dressing, we found. bers the year our grandfather killed the mother's traditional avacedo salad, broth made two full We hid both quarts Thanksgiving duck in their back yard. I went to the oven to check on the Compliments about A couple of years ago we consented, dressing. All I could see was grease. It flowed from the guests We would have turkey and a small was floating on top of that dressing like table that day. With duck. I would cook the turkey and an oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. dressing and mother would roast the my sister would duck her duck. It seemed simple enough. I immediately removed the dressing she laughed... I would Mother called early that from the oven and started draining something. Thanksgiving morning, grease from the mixture. Just to give Each Thanksgiving "There is a lot of good broth from this you an idea of how much grease there special to me. This duck if you want to add some to the was on top... I was using a cup instead the same. dressing," she told me. of a spoon. My sister found me in there, Whether it comes from Soon Dad arrived to deliver the broth, hiding, draining grease. She fell in to family, love, or laughter.. "Duck broth is much richer than turkey help immediately. We drained and day for thanks as we broth," he said knowingly. "It will drained. We built small levees in the blessings. Robert Stolusky was the host Satur- the Victory Theater, has 10 Years Ago day night, Nov. 13, for a surprise birth- purchase of the Nowlin day party honoring his wife, DeLois. in Athens, located on the On Thursday evening, Nov. 18, the ran and Mary White and their three the square. Malakoff Chamber of Commerce spon- sons, Mike, Tommy and Robert, left Mrs. Bertha Barlow of sored a luncheon meeting to which they Tuesday for Doss where they will try guest speaker on last invited the local Lions Club, the Rotary their luck at bunting, the regular semi-monthly Club, the City Council, and all business the Malakoff Woman's concerns in the area. " 30 Years Ago meeting was held at the The program for the evening was for Clyde Humphries with Mrs. the primary purpose of stimulating in- as co-bostess. tevest among those present in acquiring new.j~dustry in the city and surroun- 40Years Ago .... ding are~. 4111111111111Ill11111111111111111 November 22"29 The condition of R. F. Nokes at the Kilman Hospital here was reported at press time as being very critical following a paralytic stroke at his home Monday morning. The two new residence buildings in the new Parkview Addition, according to the real estate firm of Phillips and Martin, will be fully completed during the coming week and will be ready for showing to prospective buyers. Charlie Jones, 58, longtime resident of Malakoff, died Saturday at the Veterans Hospital in Temple, where he had been a patient for several months. Roy Parnell, former Malakoff resident for many years, and founder of Born to Mr. and Mrs. the Kilman Hospital at evening, a fine baby young lady, weighing 71/4 been named Mary Jo. The final papers have whereas the Malakoff will sponsor a Nations Training Unit. Beginning Dec. 2 the Championship Field present its races to the on their new 15,000 acre here in Malakoff. Miss Joyce Tolbert of member of the 80-piece TSCW. 50 Years Ago Mrs. Burl Long and 1 received slight injuries the car in which they collided with a Ford trt John Jackson. Roy Weir, Jr. left Satt ction where he will January I as Deputy Game der F. E. 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