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The Malakoff News, 'Vaureday, Dee. 1, I I---4iA O O by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Indians (kindergarten was given by Bro. Dan Boler on the'use with a bucket full of pecans, bringing James Riley, Jim and Lilllan Bradshaw class Mrs. Mac Brantley returned home on Willianm Reunion--- of the 1982-83 Thanksgiving offering, themtome. X tried to give them back to and Ann and Bobby Rommavall, Amy as) and Pilgrims (first grade Wednesday after tests in Medical City S) of 'I i Lidad School celebrated Hospital in Dallas. ---- Nov. 23, 1982 showed a balance of $21.95 him. That is being a good neighbor, and chad. eJmual Thanksgiving feast on Both junior high boys and giris lost to held on Thanks~vln~ and deposit of Sov. 24,1982 of $41i.90 for Johnnie MarUn and Peggy and BruceBobby Rourumvall and children, Amy a total of $433.85. The 1982-83 ex- Wall and Alexandra hosted a and Chad, spent the day Friday in Travis and Betty Matthews and penditures to needy families was Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. Those Grand Prairie at the home of his Nov. 22. The group prepared ~nd vegetables for the meal. the vegetables cut them up. Everyone crackers, milk and are 53 students. are Patsy Welborn, Karen LaPoynor last Monday night. Betty Lou Reborn of Houston visited with Mother, Edith Young, during holidays. Guests in the home of Mrs. Ila Dulany were Norene and George Donahue of Austin, Kenneth and Cynthia Dyson d Cedar Hill, Stan and Teresa Marlow, Chris, Jackie Taylor and Jason Taylor. Here for Thanksgiving holidays to visit with parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cartlidge and relatives were A.C. and Hildred Cartlidge, Bobby Wayne and son, John Rome, of Calif. visited with Mrs. Alice Wright, and Nubbin Fleming and Mr. B.G. Ridens on Saturday Marion Williams of Caney City were hosts to the annual Williams reunion on Thanksgiving Day with 47 family members attending. All enjoyed a big dinner with turkey and dressing and all the trimmings, and everyone giving our Lord and Savior thanks for all the wonderful blessings He has given to all down through our lives. People atten- ded from Bayton, Houston, Beaumont, Vidor, Nacogdnches, Denison, Marble $202.46. It was a good service. Gary Fleming of Richardson visited with parents Thursday and Friday.' Advent season began with burning of the candle in the Advent Wreath at United Methodist. Bro. Tim's sermon was "Ready or Not." Scripture text was Romans 13:8-14 and Matthew 24:36-44. Special music, "The Stranger of Galilee," was sung by Cindy Graves, accompanied on the piano by Mary attending included Gone, Mark and mother for a Thanksgiving dinner with Heather Lundy of Wimberly, Dawn and the Rounsavall Family. i! t~ ;] JIII I tl~~)~[lllPi! _d~ I." ' .i] J ll~P~llbt~l~ 3,000 SQUARE FEET Cartlidge, Brenda Flatt and daughters. Falls, Palestine, Athens, Tulsa, Okla., Ellen Johnston. was guest preacher at Irene May returned home from Dallas and Caney City. Christ on Sunday. Navarro Regional on Thursday CitYudentRecognRionDaywasheldat Bible Studyheld | Industrial ParkEast [ members Laura Bradley evening. Jenkins were in Commerce Edith McClintock had Thanksgiving United Methodist Church on Nov. 27 for Tuesday Bible Study met in the home I Ca[[" Tommy Smith Adron Neill college students and teachers. A special of Gertrude Stanfield with the opening participate in the East Texas dinner in Athens with Mrs. Annie recognition to students Oreg King of prayer by Mrs. Alice Wright. Bamaand I 67~6511 67S-46S9 ~enior Honor Band. Tryouts Knight. tent of chairs were held from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walter Stan- North Texas State, Denton, Cindi and group held a discussion on the TV ; ~ ~ - :: ~ i :J t~i~mmmN~wMn~4~ioanm0~mm~n till 9:30 a.m. They practiced field of Palestine were here with their Mark Moore, both students at Hen- program, "The Day After," and ""'"*'"*'*"**'*'**'*''"*""**'""'*'''""**'..*....-....e theday. Lauri and Kim put in parents on Thanksgiving Day. derson County Junior College, and to completed the book of Habakkuk..i _..___BA'f0U lANDING RESTAURANT d work all day long and then Tim and Melissa Edwards' FrancesGrayson, teacher at HCJC. Meeting dismissed with prayer by i fin concert that night at7 Thanksgiving guests were Tim's Mr. and Mrs. Glover McClintock Myrtle Cude. There were eighti .,(/~.~ ~ ~.~,, the University auditorium, brother and his wife. have returned home aRer a trip to members present. Refreshments were uents were from Oklahoma, On Saturday, Dec. 3, Calvary Baptist CanCun. served. * ' I Arkansas and Texas. Church members will be enjoying a Ellen and Dick Sharp's children and Visiting with her mother, Nena : ~tflsh-Pofld Ralsed, Hand Breaded : SEAFOOD And Deep Fried To A Golden Brown. yvx Mvx : ,tmice Chiles, Mrs. Pearl hayride and wiener roast, grandchildren spent the holiday. The Wright, was daughter, Jewel Bandy, of ~ ALL YOU CAN EAT s6 50 i and Mrs. Frances Moorehead Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harem spent the Frank Upchurches, Danna Sharp and Kingsland. "'-- ...... " ~ksgiving guests in the home weekend with their children at Devers. family, Harriet and Wayne Gillispie Spending the Thanksgiving holidays . STEAKS " BURGERS : I Mrs. Don Chiles and family Bill got him an ll-point deer on the first and family, Rick Sharp and farmly, with parents, Barbara and Joel Ardion m. day of deer season. BetteandDavidLehmannandfan~.ily.were their children from Louisiana, i SALAD BAR 0RDERS TO G0 451-3324 :" ng of Denton was home for Ozie Land had all her children and A small crowd attended the annual Bobble Joe and Bobby Ardion and Locaisd on ~ 90/6 Miles Nodh of Malakoff |giving holidays, grandchildren home for Thanksgiving. Trinidad Thanksgiving service on children, Dawnya, Keven, Tony and i Open ll:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Weekday/4:00 p.m. to 9:00 Saturday l ~se will be held Dec. 4 from 2 Jolea and Bill Miller enjoyed a week Tuesday night, Nov. 22 at 7 at the Blendia. Pare and Steve McClintock for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. atEvant, community center. The Thanksgiving and sons. Eric and Jeffery of Cisco and t ,o., oo,,.~[}o~Q~..,.,...,,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,~ who will be honored on their Jim and Alice Gaston. Jerry. Marymessage was by Bro. Tim Edwards of all their children of Trinidad. Everyone at their home in Trinidad. Mrs. Lee Roy Bennett and I Springs visited parents. received a call London informing her of her aunt, whom she and Teresa Marlow, children with parents Christine and Mrs. Dulany. Mrs. Britt Creamer, Fort Airbeart and girl Beel visited the J.C. holidays. second grade Farmer's third grade prepare a Thanksgiving school on Wednesday their Thanksgiving The menu consisted of butter, cranberry jam, ~uffins, ham/cheese omelet veryone sure enjoyed the Derden, Holies and dinner in home of Margaret and and daughters, Merci. McCl/ntock was in the children Sunday, Nov. 27, granddaughter Jan's birthday, Jan. Mike Mitchum and of Granbury visited with Odessa Airheart. A.E. Owen, Georgia, Lacosta visited with Mr. Rains of Grand Saline Mrs. J.C. Peebles were the home of Mr. and Mrs. in Athens on Thursday. Chiles and children of with mother, Mrs. , Mrs. Mondo Ronteria, Ryan spent Thanksgiving in Everett Berry and visited with SOns, Jeffery of Granbury weekend with parents, Frank and Jeremy Gaston were in Fort United Methodist. A treasurer's revort had a great time together. Worth on Thanksgiving to be in the home of Larry and Judy STory and daughters and with Jewell Story. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lundy who celebrated their 55th anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 27. First Baptist held their 4th Sunday covered dish luncheon with a small crowd in attendance. First Baptist men will have their early morning breakfast Dec. 3 at 6:30 a.m. Mrs. Alice Wright had Thanksgiving dinner in Mabank with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Allen and her children and grandchildren. Larry Wright of El Paso, and Beauford Wright visited with Mrs. Alice Wright on Wednesday morning. Coach and Mrs. Tom Holcomb spent the holidays in Luling and San Antonio with their parents. Willa~d Johnston spent the holidays in Bohrnan. On Dec. 10 members of Calvary Baptist will be having their Christmas party and program at the community center. Mrs. D.L. Swain was dismissed from Regional Hospital and was taken to Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith and children were here for Thanksg|ving holidays. Margaret French returned home on Sunday afternoon after spending the holidays in Huntsville with her children, Betty Jane and Barry Hays and spending Thanksgiving in Austin with Barry's mother, Mrs. Hays. Spending the Thanksgiving holidays with Helen and Frenchie were their children, Larry French of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Jim French, Mary Helen, Jim and Jenny of Baytown, Mr. and Mrs. Wade French, Sad and Amy of Chan- dler. Visiting with Lillian Smith during the ' holidays were daughter, Lena Goodenough and son, Donald, and Norma Smith, Ken and Belva Smith and children, Chris, Jennifer, Natalie of Dallas and Jettie Webb of Dallas. Elsie and Howard Switzer of Orange visited on Saturday and Sunday with Helen and Frenchie. Trinidad School December $ - December e Monday - Tacos, french fried potatoes, Ketchup, chilled canned fruit, milk or drink. Tuesday - Hot dogs with bun, navy beans, mustard, ketchup, french fries, milk. Wednesday - Hamburgers with buns, french fries, donuts, ketchup, pickles, drink. Thursday - Vegetable soup, cor- nbread, french fries, milk or drink, cookies. Friday - Hamburgers, french fries, pinto beans, mustard, ketchup, pickles, drink. Dawnya Ardion has won the Miss Teenager in the parish in Louisiana and will be entering the Louisiana State Miss Teenager on Dec. 3. She is the granddaughter of Joel and Barbara Ardion. Congratulations goes to Trinidad FFA team for winning a 7th place in their parliamentary procedure in Waco on Nov. 14. We had a lot of sto~n damage with uprooted trees, antennas down, shingles blown off, limbs falling on hoods of trucks, pecans breaking window panes. Our pecans on front tree were brown across McEntire into our neighbor's yard and here comes Hollis The frigate bird can fly at a speed of 260 miles an hour. ~-'-,,,,,,,~xx~xx~xx~x~ XXXXXXXXX~I~ JAMES I. STRINGER SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE Did yev ~ think hew fast time Ioes byl Deas It make us realize how brief life fact of the breavtt/of life. James zeys our life is like a that appeardh for e Ilttio while then vonishath ewe. Many do not like to about this sublect, bet It is e fact It behooves us to make preparation to we ham opporton~, because it is appointed unto men once to) and oftor this the judlp~ont Hnk. 9:27. We neve~ know when that time will1 Une, esmattmes when one is of Iron| ep, or et dd qp;. The |mat wamlnl[ Is: Be Itea~. } We welcome you to worship with us at the MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible Stody-9:.30 e.m. 419 N. Martin W~lno~lia7 Worahtp-6:30 p.m. Sundoy Worship I0:,~0 a~m. end 6.'00 p.m. M|lakoff ~,~- x xx x xxxx U p to eowners 226 E. 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