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• ruema oaNmm, rum ,,De, s, 489-14 ~a Monroe, Lorl Larry and Y and children, Jeff and Rend/, and Mike Monroe and Mandy, Krlstle and Heather, and Amy Rounsavall all y Saturday in Miller Grove. attending Mrs. Monroe's mmfly reunion. was a Thanksgiving Reunion at ~. ~ of Olen and Stalin Stewart at or II x'ings. Those attending besides and hostess included- J D, J~sa, Terri andJusUn Carr of San .t.dl~ Jlt, Jean, Amanda and Allison ~'~.. Com.oe; Oien (Bo), Tudy and Deepest sympathy goes to Vera Laokabeugh of Athens whose mother died Saturday at Val Vista Nursing home. Her name was Dons Wood and she was 88 years old. They held the funeral at the Eastern Hills Church of Christ Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jo Chambers attended the funeral. The Ladies from First Baptist Church made Horn of Plenty's and filled them with cookies and raisins and they were delivered to the residents of Cedar Lake Nursing Home on Tuesday before Thanksgiving. Delivering the packages were Geddes MeLaughlin, Kathleen McCann and Margaret Currey. Saturday, Mary Ferguson and Hltsry of Winfield and Ann and Stacy Andrews of Athens and Polly Walker motored to Richardson and got together with the Glenn Walkers to view Bloomingdale's new store. It is well worth the trip. It has lots of big animals for the children to he in awe of and want to bring home ~L,mmWart, San Antonio; Bobby ~ [10, Usa, and Tommy Miles of ~/i jjjjf~ItSPrings; Jim and Llnda Ashtou. i~ ~; i /~ ~1|~; Virgil (Skip) and Wilma :~t~at, Bacllff and their gran- KALAHBROWN ~8uhaalla Morrow; J. L. and 'inME',_g . petrie, Malakoff and Jack Kalah Brown , 'tnJee and Tease Stewart of Web- gt,L O.n,r. o, wins first chair " ,o. w. .',Howev.r,b , y and Bill Tankursley of Sum- did put in a new supply of makeup, .e oosp ntS yinDalla. at Region 21 same p.ce as an where else, shesald tt ' eeTankursley• .. ._ Prayer meeting will he held in the aadJewellThompsonotAth ms Kalah Brown, a senior at Malakoff home of Grace Greaves, 119 Jones the Thanksgiving Holidays with High School and a member of the Tiger Street, each Wednesday evening at 6:30 _ ')Unn and family in Tulsa, Band, won first chair elarinet in Region p.m. Velda is the daughter of 21 tryouts last Saturday for the third • kil..tud sister of Janet. Earl Gentry and Robert time in threeynars. She competed with Malakoff over 100 other clarinet players from all visited with is aunt, Mrs. M.the schools in East Texas, from Tyler to Val Vista Nursing home. She School Menu Lutkin and Kilgore to Malakoff. ~m with Mrs Calhoun Rober- Miss Brown, by winning, qualified to Monday - Steak patties with gravy, ~L~, they visit~ with her also.participate in area tryouts, which will whipped potatoes, green beans, wheat "l~[~_.Hughes and Polly Walker he held in Houston during January. bread. • " J. L'u Sgtving bags to the following This is her third time to compete for the Tuesday - Italian spaghetti with meat " afternoon in Athens: Virginia Ms Johnnle Mosley, Leckle All State Band. She has been a member sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread, ap- Ed Roy Pierce, and Mrs. of the All State Band the previous two plesatico. years. Approximately 5,000 clarinet Wednesday - Charbroil pattie on bun, ~._K°hertson in Vai Vista Nur- players in the state will he trying to lettuce, pickle slices, french fries with i [ e. become a member of this prestigious catsup, orange half. that Mrs. Haynes, former!y group. ' Thursday- Turkey and dressing with I,~]~~lkof~ and mother of Darwm Thursday night Region 21will preseut gravy, English peas, fruit salad, craw ~lz~[[~. was in the room of Ma Johnnle a concert in the auditorium at Carthage berry sauce, hot rolls. ~-~You knew her when she lived High School with all members of the Friday - Corn dogs with mustard, r mJElmcoff she would like for you to two Region Bands. The concerts will tator tots with catsup, fruit cups. n~l~MU, begin at 7:30. Admission is free and all , P"l~t~anksgiving Day Mrs Ed Roy are invited to attend. Ity eelebrated her anth and holding Miss Brown is directed by James lmrty at the home of Jim and Sprayherry. Her private teacher is Dr. ! .o rts in Cross Roads. Mary Richard Shanby. She is the daughter of Melton also attended. Her Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. f~, Mrs. Curtis McHaney of sent her a lovely bouquet of Malakoff ,L" and she also received a bouquet t.~yde Alexander. Her husband, ~ Pierce, is in the nursing home Cemetery Donations ~.lSta and ~as unable to attend 'I~d~t ~''~'~ Dorothy Boyett and Mrs. Randy and Sharon Monree, in memory of Shane Monroe $10O ~ Yett, Sr. of Longview spent J.B. Churchweli visiting with the Charles James Jackson, in memory of Mrs. . rOthy is their daughter. Johnnie Mae Jackson $50 ~Sek MeCool's has as guests Carter during the holidays. ,tll~J'~itm~g Fred and Diane Jonson J~.~!e of Houston; Janlee and We also took some cookies and frutt to ~etealf of A&M, Chris and Mar- the ladies in the Athens Nursing Home, Wade of Tyler including Mrs. Beatrice Maguire and - , • the twoladies in the room with her. ~'~ hl~'rY Callaway s - Lorl, Larry, Guests in the Aires Chambers home lt~t~nd Jeff, had a quiet for Thanksgiving besides their children ~'y~,~ng at their home with their were Horace and Lori Heuston of ~~l~ing them Guests included Dallas. Friday, Alva Jo and Bill ~]~tMonroe, Slkeand Barbara Houston and his daddy Horace and ~'.mMlndy Kristy and Heather, aunt, Lori, left for Corpus Christi to sail ,r~JMi~_~u'o~ and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. on the boat, Indepent, owned by !~ty, all of Malakoff, and AmyHorace. They returned Sunday and ", |' nVali OfTrlnidad• picked up Jan, who had spent the ~,,Y., Mary and John Carter ofweekend with the grandpareuts, Jo and ".I~'~'~ Freda Carter of Dallas, AIton Cbambers. ~[[~g and Crystal of Richer- Chuck Hightower, who is attending I~'~t~'Y Carter, Sherry Hardin, college in Olkahoma City, Okla., spent ~[~ Jason of Dallas; Gary and the Thanksgiving Holidays in Kerens ~" ~rter. Doug, Steve and Kathy with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J[ " ~xaRsas, visited with Louise Hlghtower. ~t~x CHILl CON QUESO garlic Velvetta (chopped) cheese I large tomato (chopped) Jalapeno (diced) l taer ..... cup milk ~, ms~." ~ments m double boiler, cut the cheese into small pieces, so It melts u'~Ount of ialaneno demmds on how hot you want the dip. The dip is ready am al "cheese- has" --- m --,,'~r~ I the melted. This recipe came from Mary Ferguson, Beautiful Sofa Becomes A Bed As ICK AS A !" This amazing new Econo-Bed offers and Versatility at Affordable Prices! PRICES START AT I I Next To Malakoff Prescription $hoppe MEMBERS of the fourth grade elass of Mrs. Abram's at Malakoff Elementary School receutly completed s study ou the Laura Ingalls Wilder Story, "The Wolf Pack." The class read from the "Little House On The Prairie" In their basal reader. They held multiple choice word completion activity, alphabetical order, mntehlng vocabulary, made a Intern and a model log cabin• (Staff photo by Lisa Weeks) First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 had wonderful services on Sunday. Rev. R.C. Hodge brought the message. Mr. Henry Redlc is home and doing better. Area Lee is improving. Lenora Belly was in church Sunday and is doing fine. Mrs. Carl Anderson is doing fine and was also in church Sunday. Sammie Tarver will be going to Tem- ple, Wednesday, for a check-up. We do hope he is doing well. Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Higgins were visiting in the Marshall Tarver home. ATTENTION HUNTERS & TRAPPERS. Fur Buyer John F. Shaddix will be in TRINIDAD at LAMESA'S AUTO SUPPLY Each Tuesday Evening from 5:45pm-6:00pro Beginning December ( Rh WELL HANDLED FURS BRING TOP PRICES! ! Halletsvitie, Tx. 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