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Makkoff News, Wednesday, Nov. ZS, Ill Cedar Lake Nursing Home by See Smalling Well, hi folks l The activity director is menu, the pilgrim hoboes decided that back at the typewriter. I just had to tell they did not want to eat with the chief. you about the bunch of "turkeys" that Then someone remembered that their visited us last Thursday. Actually they friends, the travelin' hoboes stayed at weren't turkeys, they were more like CLNH. hoboes, Pilgrim hoboes at that. It After remembering all the good folks eeerns that these hoboes were kicked off and good food to be had at that place I tying them up, and threatening to scalp them, he took a good look and decided that they were too pitiful even for him. I When he asked them what their troubles were, they told him that they the Mayflower and turned loose on they decided to go there for society. They were hungry, and lost and Thanksgiving. Naturally, the hoboes generallyawoobegonelot, were those crazy Baptists from Wh/le they were bemoaning their Trinidad and the occasion was the mon- plight, a crazy Indian chief, Chief thly birthday party. After all, we can't Droopy Feather, attacked them. After let a month go by without a visit from had no place to eat Thanksgiving din- ner. He took pity on them and offered to feed them at his teepee. Chief Droopy Feather's menu is as follows: fresh armadillo sauteed in spinach, green persimmons, and for dessert, acorns boiled in creek water. For some reason, after hearing that RAYBURN HAMBY CANTRELL Rayburn Hamby Cantrell was bern on Nov. 13, 1914 at McMiunvllle, Tenn. to Edgar Hill Cantrell and his wife Josephine Bright Cantrell the 7th of 9 children. The family moved to East Texas when Ray was 1 year old. Ray moved to Big Spring from Marshall in 1948 where he was employed by the T&P R.R. as a blacksmith. He was married to Ella Schrank on Aug. 28, 1049 at Zion Lutheran Church in Priddy. In 1951 Ray was baptized and became a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church of Big Spring where he continued to be a member until his death. Ella was em- ployed by the Big Spring School Systems and Ray for the T&P until he was employed by Cosden in 1955. In January of 1979 he underwent open heart surgery in Lubbock and retired in Nov. of 1979. He passed away on November 13, 1981. Survivors include: his wife, Elfa; two brothers, Delbert Cantrell of Waxahachle and Ollie Cantrell of Grand Prairie; one sister, Verbie Ellen of Malakoff. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Grady Thomas Can- trell and Frank Cantrell and three sisters, Lilllan, Daisy Mae Ellen and Velvie Save. Environment plays role in behavior Environment has such a major im. pact on families that it actually affects family behavior, says a family life education specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. them. They brought the skit, a devotional by Bro. Danny and lots and lots of goodies. We had fun! Happy Birthday to Reginald Hamlet, Rennie Evans, Lillie Mitcham, Ruby Taaffe, Rosa Carrol, Bertie Truss, Winona Shipman. Speaking of goodies, we really had a treat recently. Mr. and Mrs. Curly Roberson gave us a whole bunch of pecans, already picked out and waiting to be made into pecan pies, etc. Thank you so much Curly. ATTENTION HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS Fur buyer will be in Malakoff at the Dairy Queen, Hwy. 31 West each Wednesday from 7:00 a.m. till 7:30 a.m. beginning December 2nd. We buy green and dry furs of all kinds. Case skin all furs (like Opossum ), Not open up middle. We also buy deer hides and Ra fl Lk Skin , Well handled furs bring TOP P_RICE D & W FUR CO. INC. 400 N. Texans Hallettsville, Tx. 77964 Phone 512/798-5057 ,i Thanksgiving Specials Wednesday, Nov. 25, Friday, Nov. 27, Saturday, Nov. 28 24 can case 2-12 pack case Schlitz Budweiser @$0@@@@@@41@0@@0@000@@@0@0000@@@0@100@@0@@00@0@00 O0 @@@0000Qe O0 24 can case 24 can case Coors Miller O@@$M, OOOO@Q@@@@@O@O@@@I@@O@OO@@$@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@cO@e@@@@@@@@( 24 can case 2 12 pack case Miller Lite Old Milwaukee OOO04'@OOOOq, OOOOOOO@OOOOOQOOOOOO41'@@O OO @@OOOOOOOOOOOO O@ @O@@ O0 O Ancient Age $12.99 Old Crow $12.48 1.75 Litre-86 proof 1.75 Litre-80 proof O@@OOOOe'00O OOOOQOO41'OO@ @ O O@ OOO@ OO O O 00 O0 O OO,.O0 O @ O @ O O O O O O O O O O O O O @ J.W. Dant-lO yr. 812.49 Gordon Vodka 8; 10.49 1.75 Litre-86 proof 1.75 Litre-80 proof @4J, OOOOOOOOOOOoOOqlJOOOO@OOOOOOOO@ OOOOOOOOOOOO@@ @@OOOO OOOOOO OOO Canadian Mist 12.29 Legacy Scotch $12.99 1.75 Litre-80 proof 1.75 kitre-80 proof qUIO@OOO O MLOO@OOOe@@O @@OO@@4kqSO@ OOOO@@ @ @O $ @ O@@ O @ @@O @ @O @ O O O@ @@ @ @ I PFlee includes sales tax Prices good while supply last 489-0558 Paul Rd. left at Caney City Caney City NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER 30, WE WILL BE GIVING AN ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT -- DUE TO FACTORY INCENTIVES -- ON ON ON 1414 E. Tyler St., Athens 675-8581 15 words a week for two