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@ The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dee. 8,19~.-IIA The Athens Masonic Lodge No. 165 seeks the help of the community to search its roots. The historical committee of the organization is preparing a report with photographs of 20 past members of the group between 1854 and 1923. Material on 13 past lodge masters has been collected. The group seeks disc business while in Athens. David M. Mabray was master of the Athens lodge in ISM, 1864 and 1868. He served in the Confederate Army as a lieutenant in Company K - Fourth Tens Infantry Regbnent. He was a physician by occupation while in Athens. He was born in Tennessee in 1830. lodge in 1201. He was born in the Athens past seven masters, please write to area in 1868. He was a physician by oc- Marion E. Perkins, Jr., P.O. Box 1659, cupation while residing in Athens. Athens, Texas 75751 or call Lee East. Anyone with information on these burn at 675-8118. photographs or any clues as to theA.S. TannehIIl was master of the location of photographs of the Athens lodge in 1M0. He was born in renminingseven Iodgemasters. Green County, Alabama in 1826. A far- : SEAFOOD And Deep Fried To A Golden Brown. TEX-MEX These seven include: mer by occupation, he served as county : ALL YOU CAN EAT *6.50 : John P. Walton was master of the treasurer under the Confederate STEAKS BURGERS " Athens Lodge in 1854. He was born in government. 1807 in Virginia. He lived in Georgia for John H. Jarrell was master of the ~ SALAD BAR ORDERS TO GO 451-3324" several years before he came to Texas Athens lodge in 1885. He was born in Located on HWY 90/6 Miles Nodh of Malakofl in 1841. He was in the general merchan- Georgiamember inof the1855"Athensln 1878,lodge,he becameHe was ina . Open l l:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Week.p/4:00 p.m. to 9:00 turday : Histamine changes the general merchandise business ~t~.~.,..,,.. Q~.oo.....................~ while in Athens. reaction to medicine John S. Scott was master of the Athens lodge in 1895. He served in the for hypertension Confederate Army as a colonel and commanded the First Louisiana Cavalry Regiment. Charles H. Foster was master of the Lodge in 1897 and 1898. Born in South Carolina in June of 1840, he served in the Confederate Army as a dedicated soldier with the First South Carolina Histamine, the natural compound most people associate with setting off allergy symptoms, can alter the reaction of drugs given to fight high blood pressure, says a Texas A&M University medical researcher. Histamine is synthesized and Volunteer Infantry Regiment. He was a released by nerves in the central ner- dentist by occupation after migrating to e vous system, and can he found near Texas in 1869. ' cardiovascular "control centers." Walter Scott was master of Athens ========================================================= I WILLEIANK'S I " 1 Grocery a,ld Market I NGUEeT(seated)andAaronHawkins(standing),studentsofMrs. Lnredo I " I/2 Beef ..... ..." ...........1.18 lb. l ~,,,2_fourth grade at Malakoff Elementary, look on as she displays a part of ~WiidJL~'~wY study recently completed. The class concluded their study of Laura I Hind Qtr................... '1,48 lb. | ~ .__ ~er, "Little House on the Prnrie." ~t~kp W~ tar o Abron ! [ Whole Pork Lores ..........'1.39 lb. t 10 lbs..Bacon or Sausage ..... '14.80 t | Beef Loins ................ '1.68 lb. | I Fore Qtrs ...... , .... .. ....Sol.I8 lb. I 'M.~oldWi~b be 65 next y.r and have of month& I've alr.dy notified .el it ........ -/ S od,no ySociaiS unty { i {i /' NO EXTRA CHARGE I .... ,h.id.: ,o - you wii,:.: | .......... .1 Phone 489-1089 I l idea.notify KI Hwy. 90 CaneyCityI ~el~.'e~n, skthemtororwar~lw~//~~av two purrs- yourmail, t YI~, Open 7daysaweek, 7am t0midnight 1 e .......................................... ,:_: ........... d faU a,d '.n ~" Will Medicare pay for ofachiropracto " " ~pIt~n-s-urance helps an neip pay rer meaicany nlshed b a licensed and Medicare- ~~a c.e, rtam su.pp.n.es . ...... ;: ..t.. T TR home health I IJ JJ = ge and .-u=,, ua-, =~ or visit IFUIIi ptll~C OllV ..; ........ bouk eadSt service oro zram J~'~ead taS rt se~ice program to ask me some questions He right-of-way procurement on proposed was from Social Security andU.S. Highway 175 improvements. The to know about bow much moneycounty will fund 10 percent of the right- I keep it, etc. I was afraidof-way procurement with the state In, since he didn t have anyobtaining the remainder. ' . eation. Now I'm worried that The commissioners Monday may be stopped. What authorized the advertising of bids for ldo? i I E~ shonld call your local 8oc a county employees' 1984 hospital in- surance and a haul trailer with trade-in It~,ttY Mflce and tell them what hip- requested by Precinct 3 Commissioner You dld the right thing..If McLean. IK, comes to your home to talk The county fathers also approved Yeur Iupplementol security in. payment of $53,000 of monthly bills, but ]i'~ who Is from Social Security passed consideration of reim- over bursing tuition fees for two deputy l~__I~d to show you proper lden- ~__-lf~"ml. I you still have any doubts, constables in Precinct 3 at a Kiigore !~"~'m Call the local Social 8eeurity firearms school. ask if they sent someone to At the close of Monday's regular And ren ember--a Social commissioners court an executive I~~_ employee wlll uever ask you session was held to consider personnel ~Y to h_ave something done. It is and salaries, however, no public action Ii~l~Yee s Job to help you. was taken as a result. 1 retired last year, I The next regular session of com- to have my Social Security missioners court is scheduled for into my bank Monday, Dec. 12, at 10 a.m. in the going to move in a couple county courtroom. One of America's most unique dinner ~ estaurants, authentically recreating e colorful, plush atmosphere of the early- Victorian Days. Only the highest quality . steaks, delicious prime rib, hsh, lobster tad, quad and more. Free parking courtesy of CORSIcANA NATIONAL BANK 14th St. (Call and let us arrange your seating.) 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