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The Malakoff News, Wednesday, Nov. ~, 1981-.~ Way to Timbuktu" written by Margaret Currey, Allie B. Stacy, Kathi was reviewed by Mrs. Boler, Jewell Kerle, Mary Gentry, on Tuesday morning Ruby Burks, Mammle Lou Scott, 9:30 in Fellowship Hall atGussie Betz, Zelma Cook, Alice Car- Church on Mitcham tlidge, Edna Johnson, Shcila Rain- enjoying the review water, Kathleen McCann, Edith Young, Leopard, Elsie Hines, Gladys Randall, Eunice Chiles, Lucille Burks, Addle Mac Harris, Almond, Pearl Yates, Virginia Tucker pie recipe was sent to me by a lady from Trinidad. She told me her vrite it down hence I'm not sure, as she did not put her name when she sent it in. It came out in some paper, I do not know ated me to try it and I did. big for a ready baked pie shell. It has to be made in a deep dish pan. make it in ready made pie shell and used the remainder of the top- % cup milk and 1 cup of pecans and made another pecan pie. (conden- MYSTERY PECAN PIE e cream cheese, softened I egg 1/4 t. salt 11/4 c. pecans, chopped 1 pie shell, unbaked first five ingredients. Blend well. Spread in bottom of pie shell. Gently pour topping over pecans. Topping: syrup 1/4 cup sugar 1 t. vanilla and spread over filling. Bake at 375 degrees for 35-40 minutes. Then I used a fork to mix first five ingredients. Using same q~ix the topping in. It saves pans and cleanup time. BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES cucumbers 6 meal. small onions i red pepper garlic, cut up 1/4 cup salt in half and add ice cubes to cover. Let set 11/2 hours, then ice cubes for 1~/~ hours. (3 hours in all). Drain in colander at once. to a boil the following: 1 z& t. celery seed 5 cups sugar and bring back to a boil and simmer for about 5 minutes. Put in lind seal. was submitted by Mrs. Pearl Yates of Trinidad, formerly of '.ious. Menu Business Brief HOLIDAY COOKING TREATI A Litton microwave cooking demon- ;O-December 4 stration was held last Tuesday night at dogs with mustard, the Home Entertainment Center in french fries with ket-Malakoff. The school was hosted by Bill milk and Brenda Vinson and was presented hetti with meat sauce,by Freda Doolin. sliced carrots, garlicSome of the delicious dishes prepared milk were a "toasted pound cake with lemon ay-hamburgers on bun, sauce," "cheesy broccoli," "sweet tces, lettuce, pickles, pecan potatoes," a "turkey breast," fries with ketchup, "two minute chocolate fudge," "pure- ,milk pkin cake," "grandma's beef stew," chicken withgravy, "oatmeat pie," an omelet and green beans, hot crystalized pecans. There were 34 in at- sauce, milk tendance with several from out of town. patties with tartar sauce, It was informative and fun. Corn, coleslaw, cornbread, School expenses HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL fries explained by NSBA hotdogs On a national average, says the corny dogs NSBA, about three fourths of a school's SUbmarine sandwiches budget goes for salaries. Another nine Occasional specials percent is spent on school operation and SNACK ITEMS maintenance, while the rest is spent on ,cookies, tea textbooks, instructional supplies, daily utilities, transportation and a multitude at all 3 schools of other school services. and Polly Walker. Vista. Clarkye is related to Mrs. Alton A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed Price of Malakoff. She works at Bealls by some of the ladies. Lueille Truelove in Athens with Ann. Ann left the store returned home last Saturday with a before Clarkye, but just accidently cold. She spent about three weeks with went by a friend's home instead of her son, Drew Truelove, in Peoria, going home. She said that she would Illinois. She went to see her sister, have been right in front of Mrs. Hanks Lueila McAdams in Fort Worth for a as they both live on Val Vista. Mrs. short visit. Together they visited with Hanks had to be helicoptered to Dallas Lorena Blankenship in Longview. She and is in ICU at the Methodist Hospital. had a lovely time and the scenery was She is some better, but there is to be a beautiful, blood drive for her, if anyone is in- Pat Sparkman of Mount Pleasant terested in giving blood. came to Malakoff to visit with Mrs. On Thursday, Mary Stelzig visited Garland Holt on Thursday. She used to with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. live in Malakoff on Highway 31 west. Horace abrader at Carroll Springs. On She was married to Dee Sparkman. Dee Sunday the Shraders returned the visit. died about 5 years ago she told Mrs. Nannle Drake and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holt. Stogner attended the funeral of their Mrs. Elmer Roberts and Frances sister, Mrs. Edgar Heath in Abernathy Miller of Murchison visited with Mrs. this past week. They returned home on D.B. Owens on Friday and together Sunday. they visited with Mrs. Bennie Rid- Bro. and Mrs. Bob Davis, dlesperger in the Cedar Lake Nursing missionaries to Hong Kong were at the Home. First Baptist Church at Mitcham Street on Sunday night. The Davis' are on furlough and are living at Arlington at Jerry Rainwater was ill on Sunday and could not fulfill his duties at the First Baptist Church. He was having spasms in his back, Sheila, his wife said. We do hope that he is better at this time. David and Linda Cook live in the old Mary Swanson home. It has been renovated and looks great David said. It has been worked on inside and out and is situated on Allen street behind the funeral home. David lived here when he was in the first grade with his parents on Highway 31 East and has many friends and relatives in town. They returned to Malakoff after they got married. David has been living in Fort Worth. I believe he said that Linda was from Tyler. He said that it was great to be back. The song "One Day at a Time" was rendered by a male quartet on Sunday made up of Steve Cartildge, Lewis Vieregge, Jack Heart and Walter Lewis Jackson on Sunday at the First Baptist Church on Mitcham. They really did a superb job. They sang three songs on Tuesday night at the Thanksgiving program. $642.81 was collected Sunday to be given to Margaret Costlow, who was hurt in a car accident recently near Star Harbor. The We Care Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church initiated the drive and other folks of the church contributed. We do hope that she is soon improved. Elsie Hines spent Friday night in Dallas with her son, Hal and his family. They celebrated the birthday of his son, ll-year-old Travis. Elsie is the gran- dmother of Hal and was glad that she could be present for this occasion. Mary Stelzig went to visit with Mr.a nd Mrs. John Pierce on Cream Level road on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy of Dogwood Estates ate supper with us on Friday night and Ann was really shook up. It seems that Clarkye Hanks and David Alfred were involved'in a' wreck at Bunny Rabbit Road and Val %O J .31W. ..MaJmff Gmlt present near north center. They are speaking at various places during this time. The talk as well as the pictures that he showed were beth informative and interesting. He has been stationed in Hawaii, Vietnam and now Hong Kong. They are former East Texans and were glad to be back in this neck of the woods. Mr. and Mrs. DeGrandstaff of West Columbia visited with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Johnson last week. Polyester could become even more of easy-care fabric Polyester's future is beginninF to look even more easy-care, says An,~ Van- derpoorten, a clothing specialist. An improved soil-release finish for polyester will reduce the amount of spot removal needed for oily soil, she says. This new finish also will make spot and stain removal easier. THE KINGDOM OF CHIR8T JAMES I. STRINGER Minister Ph. 489-1718 In Matt 16:18, Jesus said he would build His church, and in verse 1~, he used the word kingdom, which are synonymus. His church, and His kingdom mean the same thing. In acts Z:3S we read that after people had asked what to do to be saved, were told to repent and be baptized for the remissl0n of sins; they that gladly received the word were baptized, and there were added unto them that day about three thousand souls. In ver- se 47, we read; and the Lord added to the church daffy such as should be saved. This Is the first time we have record of any one being added to the church. Christ promised to build his ehurch, and thIs he did. It belongs to him. In Acts 10:18 we learn that he pur- chased it with his bleed, and in Col. 1:18 It says that he Is the head of It. We plead for unity of aH believers in Christ. Jno. 1~: ~0-21. We invite you to worship with us at the church of Christ, on north Martin St. in Malakoff. We strive only for the truth, and the truth only. The time is right ! See us about planning your ski vacation soon. We'll make all the arrangments. -- CALL -- 108 S. Pinkerton Athens, TX 75751 675-8892 1.8(X)-492-9548 Balance, September l, 1980 Revenue: Local & Intermediate Sources State Sources Total Expenditures: Instruction Service Instructional Related Services Pupil sarvlces Administration Plant Services Totals Net Revenue (Expenditures) Other Changes Balance, August 31, 1981 Trinidad Independent School District Analysis of Changes in Reserves and Fund Balances (Exclusive of Enterprise and Trust & Agency Funds) For the Year ended August 31~ 1981 General Designated Interest & Operating Purpose Bonded Debt .......and_ .__._Y_und_ 1161,369 11657 1126,138 11202,485 I139,004 ~254~312 1110,743 .... 'b158r797 1110,743 ~39~004 11258,154 1114,924 113t,]58 1121,150 1185,542 }62~939 ms,s,s (4182) (i8) .9,205 11(3524) $43,569 1121,573 Construction 188,164 111273,078 1131,158 1121,150 11129,111 I(lg) /T:/: /i ~.~:.--~__.~'~ Cedar Creek Bank has had much to be thankful for during 1981. This year more people have been using our services than ever before, as evidenced by the fact that our assets have more than doubled during the year. In addition, 1981 saw the beginning of construction work on our new building, which will be the base of operations for even better service to come your way in the future. Cedar Creek Bank is a solid local financial institution.., helping the entire Cedar Creek area grow and prosper. P.Q 434121Seven We are truly thankful for our employees and customers, whose support and confi&,nce helped make our progress possible. Here's wishing 3vu a safe, happy Thanksgiving! Cedar Creek Buk lt)in s, Texas 75143/(214)432-361I/Member FDIC