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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 22, IM3-4A PLFLL by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. TERI GUNNELS ates 7th 3, Teri Gunnels, daughter and Barbara Gunnels of Key was seven years old. celebrated her birthday at E. Cheese in Tyler. Those at- were Megan Johnson, Nikki Misty Crocker, Liz Terry, Jennie Sulak, Melaina Dickenson, Gaylon and Greenawalt, Mozelle Parks, my (Dean) Gunnels and her expressed her thanks to the gifts and was glad to h her for the day. Thomas and daughter, home from Austin on with parents. received a grant homes. Carpenters have corn- homes of Laverne Keeeee, Black. still under construction are Barbara Ardoin, Vera and and Mary Micheaux. completion of property acquisitions, the city will on the drainage project. and surveying have first of the year, the new project will begin. appreciate all the holiday Athens Review. I want to My favorite is from kit- Review staff workers "i9'1982 TheseIhavem~d~3 to boys lost a close game, , their tournament on Thur- girls lost to Eustace. school was cancelled Friday of snow, so only winners Winners on Saturday in the the tournament. of North Texas State, the holidays. and Carroll Wright of West La., spent Monday through with his mother, Mrs. Alice enjoyed Christmas ' afternoon, Dec. 16. Spencer's Trojan Band presented a group of at Friday's 12:45 p.m. ~. Also on the program was The Meaning Of Christmas," carols from Johnston has ~esigned as of the monthly Cedar Lake Nursing Home birthday parties and programs that she has been responsible for since March, 1978. This is sponsored by First Baptist Church members. Hazel, you have done a good job, and we thank you. You have made many residents very happy through the years. We woke up Friday morning, Dec. 16, to see a lot of sleet on the ground and snow flurries coming down during the morning. The students at school en- joyed the snow at noon time. Our neighbor, Melissa, made a small snowman that lasted till Saturday morning. A large crowd of TP&L employees, widows, and retired folks enjoyed their annual Christmas party and dinner on presented Bible book marks to the ladles. Beauford and Faye Wright of Rusk visited Monday night with Mrs. Alice Wright. The new United Methodist Church had the windows and doors framed in insulation thispast week, and the bricks are ready to be laldq A total of $64,375.00 has been collected.. caroling on Thursday night with sponsor, Margaret Green, and adults. Alex and Hazel Johnston visited in Jacksonville with relatives. Mrs. Glenn Pulley of Terrell visited on Wednesday with Myrtle and Freddie Cuds. Many students are viszting with their grandparents during the Christmas holidays. Roy Reever's Sunday School members will be having a New Year's Eve party at his home. Don't forget to go to church on Christ's birthday, Sunday, Dec. 25. On Thursday, Dec. 15, Hazel Johnston ~a~e a welcome to residents of Cedar e Nursing Home and presented the birthday cosages for the month of Night." Bro. Tim clismissed the groul~. Everyone Joined hands and sang "May the Lord Bless You." The lovely 50th wedding anniversary of Bro. and Mrs. Oscar Brantley was held Sunday, Dec. 18. Guests called during the hous of 3 to 5 p.m. at the Henderson Room of the Spanish Trace Inn in Athens. Here's wishing all my readers the best and brightest joys of the Christmas Season. This has been a great and wonderful year. May God bless each of you. ~::=---:==?:=::|||: ...................................... ILL Va Beef ...................'1.18 lb. Hind Qtr ................... '1.48 lb. Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Youth Center. December. Sue Smalling read "The Whole Pork Loins .......... *1.39 lb. Gifts were presented to younger ; Night Before Christmas." Bro. Boler 10 ibs..Bacon or Sausage ..... s14.80 children and some people were the ' presented the devotional. Homemade lucky winners of nice gifts. We received i candy was made by Wanda Bradley, Beef Lores ................ *1.68 lb. a tape recorder. Janie Carter and Hazel Johnston. This Frank Antley spent Saturday, Dec. was placed in plastic bags and tied with Fore Qtr8 ................. * I. 18 lb. 17, cooking and preparing the annual bows for each resident. Refreshments C.t .nd w,.ppod to yo., ,poc,, io. Christmas party and dinner for faculty, were served. Those from the church~ ......i ~ ~ "..? ~ ~L" board membors and wives held in the }iM helping with the party were Kathi (]....,..!,.. }i_~ school cafeteria on Saturday night. Boler, Bro. Dan Boler, Gladys Randall, NO EXTRA CHARGE Lucky winners of the door prizes were a Hazel Johnston, Myrtle Cude, Florence turkey won by Dee Germany, girl's L:d]: KENN DY N:SANAuxilia y Stanfield, and Nell/e Jackson. ~ "ii'"*~'.'..-..7.".' ........ ./ P.E. coach. A board member's wife, We have lost three dear Trinidad Phone 489-1089 Ann Johnston, won the ham. A good TA citizens this week. They are B.G. Hwy. 90 Caney City time was had by all. Rridens, Donald Nails and A.L. Mc-~ ~'"~ ~ Donna Johnston was the lucky lady Crackin. Our sympathy to all family ~.~\! I~ ~ Open 7 days a week, 7 a.m. t winner of the beautiful,tree skirt that members, omidnight senior class members were selling host annual Tommy Spann, Maxine Tart and chances on during December. Sandy Lohman have been going to :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Jennifer Harem of Devers visited Christmas party computersohoolinDaUas.Mr, and Mrs. Hollis Hines Jr. were in ~~k with grandparents, Bill and Pat Harem, VFW Post 4133 Ladles Auxiliary held Shreveport on Saturday. , Our Store Is Fl!.]ed for afewdays, their annual Christmas party Saturday The United Methodist Choir and ,~?-L~~]I',~ To The Roof W th The Calvary Baptist Youth presented afternoon, children presented a Christmas ~s~~ a Christmas cantata, that was enjoyed Guest of honor was Santa who program Sunday evening, Dec. 18. ,f~x~\ Things For Your Home by everyone. A fellowship, with brought sacks of toys, fruit and nuts. Santa Clans made his appearance I refreshments' foilwed the cantata' Abut 55 children with a number f and gave the children candy canes and ~~~~ .~ Members of the First Baptist Churchrequests for Santa were present, talked to each child. The Jacob's canceled their evening services on Dec. A choir of 12 children opened the Ladder group sang. 18 in order that members might attend program singing carols accompanied Cleora Fleming presented love gifts the special Christmas musical program by Minnie LaValle. Dorothy Wade, of money from the church members to at First Baptist Church in Athens. Lynette George and Rose French were Mary Ellen Johnston, organist; choir The young people of Calvary Baptist in charge of the program and director, Marry Hedman; pianist, Nan- will be going to Cedar Lake Nursing preparation of all activities, cy McDonald; the pastor, Bro. Tim Home on Thursday at 2 p.m. and will Refreshments of cake, cookies and Edwards and melisea. A collection was L present their Christmas cantata.Young children of the United played.Punch was served and games were taken for the Waco home. Children pin- The eader of the Pack! Methodist brought wrapped gifts on ned the offering on the Christmas tree. Sunday morning, Dec. 18, and placed "Love Is The Meaning of Christmas," The congregation sang "Silent them under the Christmas tree. Each child opened a gift. These gifts will be used in the new nursery of the church. Teachers of this group are Amy Rounsavall, Tara Thorpe and Ann RounsavaU. Deacon of the week at First Baptist is Harold Colvin. Bro. Dan Boler's sermon for Dec. 18 was "A New Name." Scripture text was Acts 11:26. Special music was by Kathi Boler. Special Methodist Home offering was taken Sunday at United Methodist church. Bro. Tim Edwards' children's message and sermon was "What Child Is This?" Scripture Isson was Matthew 1:18-25. A Christmas party was held for Bible Study members in the home of Cleora Fleming. A special welcome was given to the guests present, and to Jewel Uhrich, who was able to be with us. Opening prayer was by Edith Young, and also the thought for the day. A love gift of money was presented to Bama Miller, our teacher. The Dorcas Class members presented a Love Gift to Bama, who teaches the Dorcas Class. The fourth chapter of Zechariah was presented. Closing prayer was by Jewel Uhrich. Refreshments were served to the ladies attending. Mrs. Bama Miller was presented on Thursday night by the kindergarten through sixth grades, with the teachers directing. These teachers are Peggy Farmer, karen Ashlock, Georgia Davis, John spencer, Debbie Thompson and Patsy Welborn. Gerri Sullivan of Carrollton visited wRh parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Freeman and daughter, Jennifer, were here visRing with parents on Thursday. MYF youth grouv will be Christmas Be a good host The following suggestions for party hosts can help insure a sociable but sober holiday party, says a Texas A&M University Agricultural Extension Sex- vice health education specialist. Serve food while the guests are drinking, not after. Food slows down the rate at which alcohol is absorbed into the blood stream, and slows the rate at which people drink. Make sure non-alcoholic drinks are as easily available and at- tractively served as alcoholic drinks. Monitor a self-serve bar or have a responsible person serve as bartender. Pace the drinks by serving at regular, reasonable intervals. Don't serve doubles, or push drinks on the guest who says "no thanks". Close the bar before the end of the party and serve a substantial snack. Don't let a guest who has over-indulged drive home. I We Have DISCOVERED MANY HOME OWNERS Who Are DANGEROUSLY UNOER-INSURED And ADVISE A REVIEW Of Your PRESENT POLICY, To See If You Are! Featuring the sertapedic inners 319 N. 489-0090 Malakoff HIGHSAW WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION NOTICE OF RATE CHANGE APPLICATION 3,000 gallons xt 7,000 gallons All Over I0,000 gallons PRESENT RATE SCHEDULE $7.50 (Minimum Bill) 1.25 per thousand gallons 1.10 per thousand gallons PRESENT SERVICE RULES AND REGULATIONS Cost of initial hookup to the service, initially, inclu ng installation of meter, etc. Coffee City - $75.00; Brierwood Bay - $225.00; Highsaw Addition - $75.00 econnection fee for restoration of ervice... $15.00. Before reconnection for delinquency, nquent account amount must be paid in full. ,_ dis become delinquent fifteen (15) days from billing date. Water service may discon- r' ted for late payment, a returned check or non-payment of an account. If any portion oz an cCount is delinquent or had been paid with a check that has been returned to the utility un- Paid, the entire account owed by the customer is considered to be delinquent. o deposits are required. PROPOSED RATE SCHEDULE irst 3,000 gallons $13.50 Over 3,000 gallons 1.30 per thousand gallons PROPOSED SERVICE RULES AND REGULATIONS Tap fees will be actual cost of initial hookup to the service, including installation of meter, not to exceed $300.00. m fee for restoration of service will be actual costs of $35.00. Before reconnec- for delinquency, in addition to reconnection fee, delinquent account amount must be paid ecnd a deposit equal to 1/6th of average annual bill _paid. ome delinquent fifteen (15) days from billing date. If any portion of an account is been paid with a check that has been returned to the utility unpaid, the en- account owed by the customer is considered to be delinquent. Water service may be when bill has been delinquent for seven (7) days after the fifteen (15) day Everyone knows electric bills go up and down through- out the year. Some months they're low. Some months they're higher, depending on how much electricity you use. But for most of us there aren't any highs and lows in our monthly income. It's pretty much the same from month to month. So, balancing the monthly budget c.an be a problem. Well, Texas Power and Light Company has an answer. It's the Average Billing Plan. And each month after you join, you'll pay an average of your monthly electric bills over the past twelve months. No more ups and downs. Of course, you're still paying for all the electricity you use. But with average bill- ing, your electric bills will be about the same each month. So budgeting will be that much easier. If you want to know more about our Average Billing Plan, call your local TP&L office today. for a returned check will be $10.00. date of proposed rate structure change is December 31, 19e 3. OPPOSED TO THE RATE CHANGE: 1)MAY FILE A WRITTEN COMPLAINT THE PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF TEXAS 7800 SHOAL CREEK SUITE 450 N, AUSTIN, TEXAS 78757(512)458-0100 STATING THE REASONS OPPOSITION, 2)MAY FILE WITH THE COMMISSION AND WITH APPLICAN'P A NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN A PUBLIC HEARING. EITHER SHOULD BE MADE PRIOR TO THE INTENDED EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE RATE CHANGE. TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY