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December 17, 1981

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The Malakofl News, Thursday, Dec. 17, 1961---3A by Polly Walker 489.1484 night, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m., and their families of City enjoyed a Christmas parter at the home of Nannle The event was hosted by Mrs. D. L. Pierce, part owner and There were 25 Drake entertained again Satur- Dec. 12, when she hosted the Sunday School Class of First A Girl! and Diana Hayes are the of a new baby daughter, born Wednesday, Novem- She was born at 9:24 a.m. at Tyler. weighed 6 lbs. 15 ozs. at birth 20 inches long. Is welcomed at home by her big Jason Todd, who is 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ray of Malakoff and Mrs. Roma Roads. Ruby Weaks of and great grandparents are and Mrs. T.J. Hennessee of Mr. tther Monroe, two month old Mike and Barbara Monroe, for eye surgery at ?s Dallas Dec. 23. It reported that the was last week, but doctors 23 date. Sunday School Class met Carva Bledler and Mrs. Robertson with 16 members Mrs. O. D. McCann is the class, which meets at the Church on Mitcham Street. t Leopard brought the devotional. attending the meeting were Scott, Margaret Lake, Fern Gola Brock, Trnda Leopard, Mary 8telzig, Claudia Rampy, Vivlan Johnson, McCann, Giadys Clark, Burks, Ruby Carpenter, and Minnie Johnson and the Roxie Robertson and Carva and Billy Tapley of Athens on sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Riddlesperger. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson over the weekend and Mrs. Billy Ferguson and and Mrs. George Chandl~ ot had as their guests over ;ation y for burglary Police Chief said last week Junior High School Was sometime during the night 8. gained through a front of. that was broken out in the office. A pocket knife was the principal's briof case was reported stolen. A win- also broken out in the said a key was taken out of office desk but that it didn't fit to the door. ztion is still underway. DONNA COSTLOW was especially glad to have her sister at home for the weekend and Joined her at a drawing held in her honor at Royall Chevrolet and Buick Saturday. Standing behind the two is their mother and a host of friends who were on hand for the occasion. (Staff Photo by Loci Callaway) y MILLIONAIRE CANDY I lb. Caramels 3 Tablespoons water Melt Caramels in water, add about 2 cups chopped pecans. Drop on greased cookie sheet, then place in freezer for 30 minutes. Put water in bottom of double boiler. In top melt: 1 12 oz. pkg. chocolate chips 1/4 brick parafin Use toothpicks to dip caramel pecan pieces in chocolate and place on wax paper. The recipe came from Pat Alexander of Key Ranch Estates. the weekend Mrs. David Bankston, Candy and Brandy of Winfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thornburg of Mount Vernon. The Rev. and Mrs. James Cheatham were in Tyler on Thursday looking for a place to move. Brother Cheatham has accepted pastorate of the Westwood Baptist Church there. Mr. and Mrs. Don Andrews and Stacy of Athens and Mrs. Billy Ferguson and Hillary of Winfield ate lunch with the G. V. Walkers on Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Alan Russell returned to their home in Redmon, Oregon, after spending several days here with her mother, Mrs. Jesse Robertson and sister, Mrs. Carva Biedler, and visiting with her other brothers and sisters; the brothers, Larkin, Rollen, Roy and Vollie Robertson, and Mrs. Liilie Lewis is the sister who lives in Malakoff; another sister, Gladys Fink and her husband, Joe, of Pasadena joined the Russell's during their visit. On Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers attended open house in Waxahachie at the home of their nephew, Tommy and Sue Morrison. Methodist Women enjoyed a lovely salad luncheon at the parsonage on Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. Huey Ciements greeted between 15 and 20 women for the occasion. The ladies have had secret pals for the past year and they were revealed at this time. On Sunday night Bro. Emmit Barrow spoke at the change conference held at Fellowship Hall. The members brought a light supper and afterwards heard and enjoyed the devotional and atten- ded the Charge Conference. Bro. Barrow is District Superintendent and is located in Palestine. Mrs. Jim Bob Ferguson and daughter, Lou Ann, were in Tyler on business on Friday. Polly Walker was in Corsicana Friday afternoon attending to business. Malakoff Cemetery Donations I made a Banana Nut Cake this week that turned out really pretty. I made a wreath on top of banana slices, canned cherries, pecan halves and ground pecans. I stuck a toothpick in the cake and left the point up, placed a slice of banana on it. I used cherries with stems on them and poked the stems in the cake, Mn. O.S. Ow.. $Z0 then put the pecan half in front of the banana. I iced the cake in powdered sugar G~/co M~tfu Roter~ $15 icing colored green. MnL Fred L Maxwell $20 BANANA NUT CAKE b,wb P. Beck $25 ll/a cups sugar % cup softened butter 2 eggs beaten 21/4 CUps flour POSt Oak 1/~ teaspoon baking powder % teaspoon soda Cemetery Donations 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup lightly mashed bananas (2) 1 teaspoon vanilla cup sour milk Mr. LeonardE. Wilkerson $10 Add the sifted ingredients to the butter mixture in about 3 parts, alternating with In memory of mother, Alma Wilkerson milk and bananas, add 1/~ cup ground pecans. Bake cake in two 9" pans either Ms. Lola B. Womack $5 greased and floured or sprayed with Cooking Eze in a moderate oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. ICING 1 box powdered sugar ~& stick butter cup evaporated milk Green cake coloring Mix and spread on bottom layer, add sliced bananas and ground nuts. Then add top layer and ice and decorate. Malakoff Insurance Agency Ufe . Home . Bonds . Auto . Commercial Now representing American Life end Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON @ Malakoff I I I # CedarCreek If you live in the Cedar Creek Lake area and are 62 years of age or older, Cedar Creek Bank's Leisure Account is just "for you. It's just one more reason why banking at Cedar Creek Bank is better than ever. To get more informa- tion about the Leisure Account, contact our New Accounts person. Cedar Creek Bank FEATURING NO.CHARGE UNLIMITED CHECKING [] No.charge unlimited checking [] Free Notary. service [] Free money, orders [] Access to Cedar Creek Bank Club (with its travel programs and special .. premiums). D No minimum balance or minimum deposit is required. [] No service charge. 489-0512 I?(). ,x 43412~Seven Fbints, Texas 7.5143/(214) 432-3611/ Memlx'r FDIC The Triple F met at Fellowship Hall Eva Mae Hulin's nephew, Bennie, on Monday night at 6 p.m. Each mere- from Fort Worth, spent the weekend bar brought a dish and they enjoyed a with her and his brother, Sammie Tar- Christmas supper with very beautiful vet. decorations, there were 26 people Syria Hulln is at home from the present for the meeting. Mrs. Mattie hospital in Temple and is doing nicely. Thomas is president of the Triple F. Helms returned to work. The group was presented several sets of Dr. Leo Orr's two little sons are spen- dominoes by Gordon McLain. Some of ding the Christmas Holidays with their the members played 42. grandparents, Judge and Mrs. Leo Orr. A birthday song was sung to Lee They are from Los Angeles. Boyett and Ora Carrigan, who enjoyed Elsie Jackson is back in Navarro birthdays during the month of Decem- County Memorial Hospital in Cot- bar. The Triple F members plan to buy sicana. two new tables in the near future. They Antioch Church will be having their will meet again in January. annual Christmas program Saturday Charles Foster of Monahans came to night starting at 7 p.m. Everyone is in- Arlington where he joined his wife, vited to attend. Potsy, and they came to Malakoff for a First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 will vleasant weekend, be having their Christmas dinner Sun- First Baptist Church on Hwy. 31 had day after the services. good services Sunday, according to Eva Kids grow so fast it's almost impossible Hulin. The Federation was there at 3 to buy them anything for later. Clothes p.m. get too small. Shoes won't fit. Books get Mrs. Cad Williams is in a Dallastoo easy. So give the gift that grows hospital. Others who are sick include with your love. This Christmas, give U. Mrs. Ora Redic, who is still hospitalized S. Savings Bonds. but reportedly improved. r ',,, / / Texas Power & Light Company, in accordance with the rules of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, hereby gives notice of intent to amend its fuel cost factor tariff schedule to establish a pro- cedure for regulatory approval of certain fuel related expenses prior to those expenses being included in the fuel cost factor portion of monthly bills for electric service. This revision will be effec- tive in areas served by the company on the 13th day of January, 1982, or as soon thereafter as permitted by law. This revision constitutes an administrative change and is not expected to increase or de- crease the rates or the revenues of the company. A copy of this revision is on file with the Public Utility Commission at Austin, Texas, and with each affected municipality. Copies are also avail- able for inspection in each of the company's busi- ness offices. 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