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4A.-The Malakolt News, Thurmlm . 8,1963 B.F. Goodrich & Atlas Tires O By NORMA BOAZ All types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Store Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. 110 E. Mitcham, Malakoff EXXON 489-1292 There is a possibility that an apology a time to be with our families and loved is in order, but maybe if you miss this ones. This is God's season, the season mess for a week or two you will think we should get on beaded knees and it's better even if it isn't, th .k him for all of our blessings, all of Here is hoping your Thanksgiving the good things that he has bestowed was wonderful and you've found a place upon each of us. for all of the leftover turkey. This year REMEMBER: God is the Master we went to my parents' the night before over all things, the most gentle and Thanksgiving and the next morning we kind, giving us everything we ask for, took them and went to Sherman to my but in a blinking of an eye he can snuff older daughter, Brenda's home. All of out a life. Yes, this is the season to be my children were present along with all thankful and to love each other, to think five of the grandchildren and the two of good things and to pray to God. sons-in-law. There was a houseful and Well, the Vassar grandbaby is two she did a fantastic job. weeks, almost three weeks old, but we NOTE: Although Thanksgiving Day found out some statistics. He weighed 7 is past, from a few days before peunds, 7ounces, and wasbornNov. II Thanksgiving until the New Year's, it's to Everett and Beverly Vasser. He has BRADSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY I 11 Swth Taqf Makketf 489-1335 Dlfl and Betty Bredshaw THE MOVIE SHOP "we Have A Selection of Over 400 Movies!" Ed Arthus, Owner Food Fare Center Malakoff JIM DAY ELECTRIC 489.0910 Melekoff MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER Vivian Jack 112 N Terry Malakoff InterFirst Bank Malakoff W. Royall Bivd, 489-0530 SundayMonday TuesdayWednesday IsatahIsmah EzekielEzekiel 12:1-64:2-6 3411-3136:16-38 ThursdayFriday Salurday Zechariah AIs Malach= t2:1,14 15 1-213:13 Scf~pqures by The American ,'~t~ ~c~ly 4:6 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison 102 South Terry Malakoff OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-] 779 Malakoff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us 511 Hiihwq 31 East 489-1533 Mr and Mrs Bud Oulaney TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489.0538 Open Sun.Thurs. 8 to 7 Frl an~ Sat. 8 to 8, CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489.0891 , MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Koran Perkins FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF William balm, Put= 8~day School .................. e: 4~ a.m Sund~y Morning We~thip ....... 1 i :N a.m. 8mtday Ev,min| Wmlblp ........ 1:00 p.m. We4bNeday Wea'shlp ............. 'X :M p.m. ~b'J~ AuaUinry, Sunday ......... S:00 p.m. WMU, l~y ................. e:N m.m. Cheer Practice: Sunday, Celebration .......... .6:0~ P.m Wedne~may, Young Ml~iines. 3:~ p.m, ~lnday, .Adult Choir ........... 8:00 p,m. Wednesday. Music Makers .... ?: 00 p.m. MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ken Jones, P~do Sunday $ch~d .................. e:45 a.m. b~umdoy Morl~m| W~eshlp ....... 10:45 o.m, Sunday Eyeing Worship ........ T :~ p.~ig Wedmmday Mid-week 8ervke.../:00p.m. m_ffi Z----_- ........... MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Jmm I. Stdnlm, Minister BiMe Study ..................... e:3o a.m. ~kmday Moaning Worship ....... 10:iS Lm, Sunday Kveuing Worship ........ 6:0e p.m. Wndnemday Service ............. 6:~o p.m. Wed~eeday Lad~J Bible CJus.. ld:~St.ft uJ CALVARY BAPTIST (~HURCH OF THANIDAD Bill Watson, Minister Suln~lay Ik~}ug~ol .................. 9:48, a.m, 8undny M~mlng Wo~bJp ....... 10:45 Lm. Sunday Train|rag Service ........ e: ~ p.m, gunday gvealng Wwlhip ........ 1:0~ p.m. Wednesday Wwship ...... .. ...... ? :S0 p.m. Auzmary, Wndnm~lay ........... e:~ p.m. , ...................... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD I~nw/Balm, MinM~ Hlmday ~k~hool .................. o:a5 a.m. My Mqwedltg Worship ....... 11:00 a.m. Sunday E~mdng WoNhlp ........ 7:0@ p.m, WedHeday ..................... 1:0e p.m. mlnl~---_--~--- ...... -~_ ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH IIw. W.H, U~w, prow Temp~arfly at 731 E. Tyler (Carroll & Lebr Climpel) CtlRIKI3AN ~.~E S~CIETY ZI$ L Tykr S,,~ 1Ol Athem 6157~J7 Same ........................... ~lte0tJ~ lot & ~rd Wnd. ~i.b TesUmlbd Mo~ ....T:Mp.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Ilnv Mllte, h~l Suminy 8hool .................. 1~:45 a,m. Sunday Morning Wormhlp ....... 10:55 a.m. Sunday Evening Woeshlp.... ..... 6:45 p.m. Wednesday Night: WMA ......................... d:4S p.m. Suubeoms .................... e:4s p.m. W*'rub~ Service .............. 7:~0 p.m MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Hue,/Clements, Pasta Sunday ~l,l~j ................. 10:00 i,m, Morning War, hip .............. II:0~a.m. Evening Wormhlp ................ 6: 30 p.m. Wndne~day Chancel Choir ....... T: S0 p.m. United Methodist Women meet 2nd ond 4th Mondays .......... 2:30 p.m. FFF meet= Ist and 3rd TueedavsJ1:00 a.m. TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Oe~lld R, Wlke, Minister Sunday 8hooi .................. 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. Sundoy Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. Sunday Song Service ............ 5:30 p.m. Wndnesdoy Mid-week ........... ?:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Cinss. 10:00 a.m. ._-S ~ --_--- ~,n- _ _.L_T_J FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Tim Edwards, Minbter Sunday School .................. ~:4S o.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:50 a.m. Sunday Evening Wmhlp ........ e:o0 p.m. UMYF .......................... 6:45 p.m. Fellowship,Supper 4th Wndnenday ................ S:~ p.m. Ladles Bible Study, Tuesday ..... e:3o a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Lynn [~dle, Puta utmIl~y Seboe~ ................. le:00a.m. Wo~hip Service ............... I 1:00 a.m,. &mMsy Night ................... e:00 p.m. Wedaeedoy Night ............... 1 :SO p.m. CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCM Su=glay Morning War=hip ........ e:0e o.m. - Su~y I$beel ................. 10:leo.re. alble sandy ..................... 5:~p.m. Gmpel Singing Every and Friday el' month ...... 7:30 p.m. ST. JUDE'S MISSION Fetim D.G. ~rvi~s held at Lather Lane at Hwy, 85 ~mday Mau .................... e:~o.m. 8unda~Sches4 immediately, qer mass A-I UPHOLSTERY & AUTO TRIM Billy and Meredith Platt ~vq. IM 4BI.100Z m= t .xco=i , o=, spiritualmuscles if we are to be strong. MALAKOFF AUTO Automotive Parts, Tools, ! Supplies & Accessories Eddie Mkmz, Ownw 303 E. Hwy.31 489.2125 Malekoff THE DONUT PALACE 1Phen 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. e Edwards Family Corner of 90 & 31 Malakoff 489-2042 MALAKOFF AUTO SUPPLY 2ol s. Terry Malakoff 489-0169 CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. w. Main 489-1331 FEED BOX Ham lunch .1~ us after Cherch th~ Sunday et Michael'a Co~ 451-2331 LUMBER COMPANY E. Royall BIve. 489-O527 G~mo ik~, MaMIwr McCoolYs Dept. Store 489-1532 Jack MCool LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner III K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489.1920 Cad~ I~lm & Family Malakoff Highway 31 Em 489.0N1 THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry SPRING CREEK R.V. Salm & Service E. Hwy, 31 2 miles East of Malakoff 489-1163 been named Dustin W lace and he has a big brother to help take care of him. Proud grandparents are Penny and Claudia Vasser. This should have been out a long time ago, but I just couldn't. We were at the P.O.A. office and saw B.J. Lancaster who lives in the travel trailer section and works for Jack Gooisby, a physical therapist in Athens. He has just moved to this area but has been in business for 17 years in Dallas and Waxahachie. She seems to really like the work. While in the office, a young lady came in and we got to talking. She is Verstine Meredith. Her husband is Vaster and she has a son, Hondo. They also live in the travel trailer section. While talking she invited us, and anyone else who is interested, to her church, the Assembly of God Church in Eustace, which has just recently opened their chapel. During the Christmas season they will have a Christmas cantata. Everyone is sure she is fine her. Maralee's friend, stayed with her while in Claudia Vasser was up to see One of our board members had heart attack and is in care in Navarre Regional Corsicans. Virginia terrible wreck in Caney 11:30 Wednesday morning pinned in her car for some seems she had a broken broken ankle and multiple car was totaled. We decorated the red Christmas Wednesday forget to bring and come to the dinner on Dec. p.m. The more the merrier. That Margaret Rimmer is always into the best ate. Margaret has just and is really enjoying welcome, along with her I have played po-ke-no three times need lots of people like then since the Log Cabin news was printed Cabin. They are really workers. and have won something every time, ~e you. but this Tuesday was the smallest, 13 cents. Oh well, just so I win.Cross Several men from Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4133 got together on chool Tuesday of last week and put up the December 12-DecemberlI sign that the Ladies Auxiliary for the BREAKFAST Post had made and painted for Clear Creek Ceme~ry. This is a conummity Monday- Cereal, Juice, milk. effort; even 3udge Winston Reagan and Tuesday - Toast and sauSa~, Jim Blakeley and Commissioner milk. Stegall are involved in the project and Wednesday. Thureday - Biscuit it's really something to be proud of. juice, milk. ilk Were you as scared as I was when we Friday - Donuts, juice, m . had the tornado? That's exactly what it LUNCH was. I did not see it; I was so scared. Monday - Chili mac, pint~ We had little damage but my fruit, cornbread, milk, cooi l-~ clothesline is the umbrella kind and it blew down. The island is really a mess Tuesday - Hot dogs, frevw with uprooted trees and tops snappedPork & Beam, milk, cake. - Wednesday - Steak with out. People are really getting wood, which is nice, but a shame as the trees blackeyed peas, hot rolls, were really big ones. There is nothing more beautiful than an old tree. They tell me our family of cats has moved to another area. Hopefully this information is correct. I love cats but these get a little big for me. My old grouchy friend was missing from poke-no on Tuesday. That means that she was sick. We missed Opal. Ben Martin has retired from the store in the village and Renda is working in her place until she returns in the spring. We like beth ladies. Susan Turner has volunteered her services as piano player in the Village Church this Sunday. Hopefully she will make a habit of it. Margaret May played last week. I wish we could get these two ladies to work something out so we could have someone every week. They are beth fantastic. Maralee Wfllhelm is home fore Lakeland Memorial, after cataract surgery. Haven't talked to her, but feel We "Cap;' Our MOBILE HOMEOWNERS POLICY, Mth A THICK PACKAGE Of PROTEC- TION, That Can SAVE YOU MONEY And ADE~UATI[LY COVER YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDSI and honey. Thurmday . Turkey whipped potatoes, green bread, milk, fruit. Friday - lettuce, tomatoes, P squares, milk, fruit. Take a c for cheese When most people tray of cheeses, will be texture or flavor. To appeal to the ber of guests, those range from hard to soft from sharp to milk. A selection of real provide all throe in a palette of colors from with several shades cheeses also come in which will make the if you let shapes them. For example, consider Parmesan cheese in pieces, with mild .small square. can be mild or sharp, long it's aged. If it'g with mild, nutlike, Gouda. Cheddar slices or triangles, Gouda, which are scooped out to serve in wedgm. Mild, its holm and rather firm trasts well with cbees with its cheese may be cut in Blue cheese is offered "Everyone is a year. The real FREE HEARING TEST! Hearing ,Aid ServiCe John T. Boone Hearing Aid Specialist eSales and service of most brands. '.Hearing aid batteries...$2.50 per pack. m01ds Custom made industrial ear plugs 8, swim ...$10 a set. Telephone amplifier w/voJume control...$45.00 Repair or adjust any brand hearing aid. Hearing aid ear molds repaired or replaced, d FREE cleaning and minor adjustments on any oi ' FINANCING AVAILABLE Office Hours New Tuesday-Friday 9/5 Flours Saturdays 9/1 Evenings in our office or you/" home by appointment FOR BETTER HEARING HEALTH CALL BOONE HEARING AID sERVI Hwy 274,South 432-2687 Seven P