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December 10, 1981

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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. I0, 1 1--3A S by Polly Walker r. and Mrs. Melvin Crouch were Y to see Jimmy return to Waco to at Law School in Waco a few days here at played the piano at the First Sunday morning for , Service. Jackson, daughter of Mr. and ' Walter Lewis Jackson, was at e Over the holidays from A&M in she played the organ at the Church Service. Lisa sang the special song for MR. AND MRS. I~ILL VINSON this service and she attends HCJC. It was a real treat to have the young students taking such an active part in the services at First Baptist Church on Mitcham Street. Mrs. Jesse Robertson was honored with a dinner on Sunday at the home of her son, Duncan Robertson, in Palestine. It was just a gettogether of her children. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Allen Russell of Redmon, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fink of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Rollen Rober- lad Mrs. Bill Vinson were on their 40th wedding anniver- a reception at the Cedar Methodist Church by and friends. married Nov. 16, 1941 in La. They moved here to their present residence Creek Lake where they have ra bridge. Mrs. Vinson enjoys oil work in her spare time. tson, Larkin Robertson, Mrs. Lillie Lewis, and Carver Biedler of Malakoff. They had their picture taken when it was over. Two sons, Roy and Voilie, were unable to attend. The G. V. Walkers spent the weekend in Winfield with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ferguson and Hilary. We saw many former home town folk. Tammy Shumate Cunningham was shopping in Mt. Pleasant as well as yours truly. Tammy lives in Mount Vernon and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shumate and granddaughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate and Arzella Hughes of this city. She was doing fine, running late and trying to finish up her Christ- mas shopping while her husband was taking care of son Chad, for her. Then Mrs. David Bankston and Candy came over to borrow some chili powder as all of the stores in Winfield and surroun- ding towns have decided to close on Sunday. Brenda is a former Trinidad resident. She was fixing beans in a crock pot for David to take to work to feed the men he works with. Brenda was getting ready for a visit from her mother, Nadinc Chandler of Seven Points, who arrived later in the day on Sunday for a few days visit with the David Bankstons, Candy and Brandy, and her other daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thornburg of Mount Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate ate Thanksgiving Dinner in Kaufman with their daughter, Barbara Begaman. Stacy Andrews spent Tuesday night in the home of the G. V. Walkers. Stacy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews of Dogwood Estates. The An- drews attended the party given at the Holiday Inn by Bealls for appreciation to their employees for the work done during the past year. Brother John Tucker, Chaplain at the Veterans Hospital in Dallas was the guest speaker at the First Baptist KALAH BROWN Kalah Brown qualifies for state try-outs Band, went to John Tyler High School in Tyler to try out for the Freshman All- Region Band on the trombone Mrs. Bess Zachmeyer, mother of Sarah Hallmark. underwent surgery at Medical Center in Tyler on THursday of last week. She is in room 434. Lamesa Sillick of Trinidad has been in the M. D. Anderson Hospital for treatment again. She was in Houston as an out-patient. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Schoil spent Sun- day afternoon in Fort Worth visiting with their son, James Louis Scholl and Mrs. Mary Ann Royall visited with her daughter, Joann and Dorr Lobrecht. Heather Monroe, six-week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Monroe, was scheduled for surgery in Tyler Thursday (today) for the removal of a cataract on her eye. Four MalaRoff band students atten- ded region band competition on Tuesday, December I. They were Kalah Brown, Brent Cheatham, Tom Killgo, and Troy Askew. Kalah Brown was selected as first chair clarinet, and Tom Killgo placed as alternate baritone saxophone. Miss Brown will qualify to go to try- outs from this region for the all state band which will be held in Houston on January 16. Miss Brown has previously played in both the Jr. High and ninth grade all region bands. Saturday, December 5, 1981, Kevln Kilman, member of the Malakoff Tiger Some 40 friends and relatives atten- Church on Mitcham on Sunday, both ded. Out-of-town guests included Mr. morning and evening. Brother James m ....................................................................... r~ and Mrs. Dan Cross from Dallas and Cheatham was trying for a new ~- ~_.._._~___~o~_~=~..~.~..~, . Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vinson from pastorate in Tyler. i ~'~"''-'-~- Houston. The Sunshine Class, which is taught by Nannie Drake, is having their .== The Vinsons have three sons, John, of Christmas party at her home on Satur- Michigan, Bill, of Athens, and Tony, of day night at 6:30. All members are i retired from the General Houston. Their daughter, Kathy urged to be present. in Fort Worth Newville, resides in Duncanville. They Bobby Cliver spent Monday morning ' are both actively involved also have,four grandsons and four visiting with Mrs. Chester Shumate. work and enjoy playing granddaughters. Mrs. Cliver resides in Athens. Jason Huckabee of Mesquite has Pointers spent the last ten days with his great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester HOLIDAY CHICKEN SALAD Shumate in Malakoff. IbOned cut-up chicken V4 cup sour creamMrs. Zelma Cook is spending a few cut-up chicken I/4 mayonnaise days in Lubbock with her relatives. The MOBIL[ HOME OWNERS hlieve or tuna 6 slices cranberry jelly Opal Tanner mother of Tommy Tan- i OUR POLICY ~n Help WARD OFF net of Tanner Motor Company, has i EVERY CONCENABLE LOSS And Am i PARTIAL TO OUR LOW-COST PACKAGE Of PROTECTION! celery 6 large pineapple slices lemon juice 6 large lettuce leaves flakes ripe olives .~ meat, celery, and 3/4 cup toasted pecans and lemon juice. Chill. Add and sour cream with onion 30 minutes beware serving. Serve on let- with pineapple, then cranberry Jelly and last meat mixture. Spanish olives. Makes 6 servings. FRIED PIE CRUST been in the Malone and Hogan Hospital in Big Spring. She has been having trouble with her knee. DeWayne Seat is recupperating at his home after undergoing surgery at the Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens last week. Margaret Costlow is in the Dallas ~ l teaspoonhakingpowder Rehabilitation Institute, 7850 Brook ~] ....................................................................... m 1 teaspoon salt Hollow Road, Dallas, 75247. We were informed last week that Elizabeth Laird broke her ankle at the funeral of her husband, Leonard, in Oklahoma City. We were sorry about this bit of news. FIRST regular pie crust. can evaporated milk and 1 egg beaten. Mix until smooth, chill. Roll fruit. Before closing, brush edges with water. Close and mash edges in grease. This makes at least 2 dozen pies so you may want to cut crust recipe came from Mrs. Denver Lancaster, Kerens. The Christmas Gift exciting having everyone the holidays. The time flies so much catching up to do. ly memoriesto make in a few it's over. The kids are gone can keep them close all mg Distance Gift Certificates Telephone. 111at Lasts. Each $20 packet contains four $5 certificates. Enough for lots of keep-in-touch calls. And they're accepted by phone companies throughout the U.S. and Canada. Give the gift that makes a lasting difference. Give United Telephone Long Distance Gift Certificates. It's a Girl! Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tanner of Malakoff proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Jenny Kay Tanner, born Sunday, Dec. 6th, 1981 at 5:17 p.m. at Navarro County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. Jenny Kay weighed 7 lbs and 1 oz. at birth and was 20V4 inches long. Her father was properly impressed with the new little miss and was anxiously awaiting her arrival at the Tanner home. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tanner of Big Springs, maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McMurray of Big Springs, resident grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R, T. Tanner of Malakoff, and Jenny's Godfather, Dr, P. T. Kilman. Lisa Shelton of Malakoff is one of 19 students cited on the Dean's List for Tyler Commercial College for the past semester. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must maintain a grade average of 90 or above in all courses over a 12- week grading period. First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 had wonderful services on Sunday morning. Holy Communion followed the services Mrs. Lena Mitchell was layed to rest at 2 p.m. with Rev. J.L. Sims officiating the services. Mrs. Lucllle Roundheart is back in the hospital, asking for everyone's prayers. Syria Hulin is back home after a stay in the VA Hospital in Temple where he underwent surgery, He is doing fine. Butch Graves is doing fine. IVlrs. Althie Barron is home from the hospital. She is doing better and was in church today. Mrs. Ora Redic is doing fine. Mrs. Clemmie Hawkins lost her sister in California. Elsie Jackson is still in the hospital in Dallas but she is doing better. Mrs. Rubby Barron is in Memorial in Corsicana. Rev. W.P. Smith is in a Dallas hospital. 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