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January 8, 1981

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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 8, 1981--6 By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. you h~rprise farewell party was held on tlcipated. The Cliborn Family Gospel the Wright family, during the holidaYs with Otis and , checkpst day Nora Dillard worked, Singers from Atlanta, Texas, brought Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Bradley, Scott JuanitaStanfield. sh wifl~eSda.y, Dec. 31, at her beauty, special music in a musical program and Mitzy of Deer Park visited over the After aKending services on Wed- from 9 to 10 p.m., which also included week in the home of Lamesa and John nesday night, a New Year's Eve party write rinds called all during the day the Lakeside Singers. Children of the Sillick and Tom and Dutch Bradley. was held at the Community Center by year l~g her best wishes in her Lighthouse, youth singers and youth Here for Christmas and to attend the the Church of Christ. Approximately 50 ~s i ent pectin . choir presented songs from10 to ll p.m. wedding of Mary Sue Smyth and Robert attended and over half of those were Sty nul refreshment table held many Everyone enjoyed refreshments, and to Patrick Hafey were Delbert and Anita young people. All enjoyed playing ping- ~M~l fr~COOldes, cakes and goodies. A dose out 1980, from 11 to midnight, an Smyth and children, Mike and JoAnn of pong, cards, dominoes and other p vrobi~l thanks of appreciation to all hour of prayer was observed andDenver, Colorado; Andy Smith, Red games. Plenty of refreshments, con- - ~rout,ht refreshments for the day. testimonies were given. Lodge, Montana; Jeff, Sheri, Luke, sisting of ham, turkey, chips and dips, n with! of money was given to Nora by Lakeside Baptist will be host church Brent and Richell Smyth and George punch, cake, candy and other goodies ed r#,aends, for the Unity Association Workers and Rose Hefrick, Colorado Springs, were served. The kids also enjoyed a l~a Edwards will be running the meeting on January 12. LakesideColorado; and Jan Kaninski of Grand almost two hours of shooting fireworks now that Nora has retired. Nora Singers and young people will provide Rapids, Michigan. of all kinds. A great time was had by all ce Ce,~tired after 14 years and will enjoy the program. Gary and Debbie King and daughter, present. for y~ and taking care of her grand- Coach Ca'sey beg&if' the New Year Dee Dee, of Terrell, visited with Mrs. Edith McClintock spent New ow do#ters. with a new paint job on his home on Margaret and John French on Satur- Year's Day, an annual event, in the at retudgratulations to Mr. Elmer Lawrence Street. For all the old-timers, day. home of Mrs. Annie Knight in Athens. =n tson, our Trinidad postmaster, this was the Hudspeth home. Helen and Grady Quinn spent Two large green garbage containers :p--* . ieinal. ~etwed after 30 years service on Jerry and Sue McElroy, Sharon, Christmas in Richardson with Helen's have been placed at Trinidad School n"t~ stY. The Robinsons sold their home Richard and Jeffery Martin, Robert, mother and niece, back of the cafeteria for the new weekly t: -- r Harbor and have moved to their Sandy and David Lehman, and Bro. Bill Guests in the home of A.J. and Lorene garbage pick-up. ,oded dmerit home in Rowlett, Texas. and Shirley Watson enjoyed a New Arrington were Glenda Randall We had calls from two of our former the co~.eth Drain of Corsicana is Year's Eve party in the home of Dink Steelman and daughter, Georgia Ann, Trinidad friends on New Year's Day. the md~ing Mr. Elmer for a few months, and Ludene Durham of Brownsbero. of San Antonio; brother Cleon and Ruth They were from Cecil and Marie side @,city garbage pick-up was the day Bethel and Vernon Kelly visited New Conner of Brenham; sister Irma Ab- Wallace of Clifton and Jim and Jenny ~ew Year's. This was the last day Year's day with Bethel's father in the sher of Brenham; sister Ruby and Avie Taylor of Waco. peed ihe city will be using the TP&L nursing home at Hamilton, Texas. Gill of Mexia; aant Stella Goodman of Ron and Oma Watson were home limina~ls for damping. Also many people Donna and Marlin Blanford on Corsicana and grandson Jody Dunlap of over the Christmas holidays. They were ,auses [e o~ the city have used these Lawrence Street are remodeling and Tyler ~ visited by their daughters, Pat and es or a~ng grounds for years. Garbage re-bricking their home. Mrs. Totsy Johnson of Dallas and all Bonnie. secudP will be at 7 a.m. each Wed- Thomas and Geneva (Denton)Davisof C.W. and Georgia Lou Airheart's Mozelle and Johnnie Parks have ~Y by Bonny Kinabrew. visited with Buela Mae Trotman.children visited with them Christmas moved into the one-bedroom unit at the ged, t) Kathy, Rodney and Ryan Prnka Pat Frazier of Fairfield visited with Day. new housing development. on tlin Fort Worth on Saturday to her parents. Gary Fleming of Richardson spent Deacon of the week at First Baptist nmber~l a gospel singing at the Will PatandBilIHammofDevers, Texas, New Year's Day and Saturday with his Church is Jim Gaston. lirectids Auditorium. visited with parents, Claude and Lorene parents. The Ladies from First Baptist will be Saturday for their home in Ohio after On Jan. 15the First Baptist Ladles . :; visiting here with Mrs. Frank Dulaney will be having their birthday party at. ' and the Jerry Taylors. Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Rodney Prnka will celebrate his 7th Mrs. Johnnie Martin has returned" : birthday on January 5th with his class, home from Granbury after being with . the first grade. For refreshments they her children, Bruce and Peggy and new will have cup cakes with their milk. granddaughter, Lexie. , Visiting with parents, Christine and Beauford Wright of Rusk visited with Marshall Marlow, were Mr. and Mrs. his mother, Mrs. Alice Wright. Stan Marlow and Chris and Mr. and Bill Green and Glenna Green have Mrs. Sam Hartmas of Houston. bought the new brick home on Eaton he First Baptist Church set their Street that Bonny and Sandy Hiler have goal of $1,000 for their Lottie Moon completed. offering. On January 4 they had God will be with you when the going is received $941.11, lacking $58.98, which rough. Ask Him to help you make wise is really great, choices. . Air Conditioning- Car & Trucks . Brakes . Tune-Ups Oil & Grease- Parts & Supplies Electrical Work and Mrs. Bill Miller returned Jackson and attended Sunday morning Guests in the home of Ruth Hunter on atending a fashion show at LaRue on I covyi Sunday afternoon after visiting church services at the United Methodist Saturday, Dec. 27 were Lee and Thursday, Jan. 9. ~u v'ut ~neir children in Cleburne. Church. Margaret Smith, Meridian, Miss.; Bob LeAnn Jones of Jacksonville visited ' l~beIJ Bill Phillips, former Trinidad Frances Godwin of Arkansas visited and Nita Smith and daughter, Sharon, with her cousin, Karen Green. se to I~nt, was inthe hospital during with her sister, Mrs. Coy Houghton. of Irving; Harry and Kathy Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Kelly and son, .sheu~Inber. Anyone wishing to write a Guests in the home of Bethel Kelly and Christi, Irving; Beryle Whitfield, Bill, of Victoria, Texas; Kristi and nav_ y send it to W.W. Phillips, 1728 were CarolynWeeks, Houston; and Jirn Irving; Margaret Lee White, Dallas; Jerry Goines of Pasadena; and Lola llv M~ Wheeler St., Tacoma, and Kay Robertson, Travis and Ann, John and Lucille White and Arnold, Mac and C.L. Kitchens of Alvin visited -" Malakoff. McKinney; Billy Don and Camille with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kellyl fessiodngton 98444. He would sure ap- i need tteh' t earing from his old friends in Grady Quinn's granddaughter, Dalrymple, Billy, Larry and Clint, Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Stanfield visited in Rem adandMankin. Tammy, of Edgewoed, and Helen's Aley; Bob and Susan Latham and DaIlas with the Bob Adamses. e ret ting here Saturday and Sunday daughter, Stacie, of Dallas, visited Laura, Mr. Pleasant; Paul and Shelly Dauna and Stephen Pitts of Giddings, , its rents, Jim and Alice Gaston, during theholldays. Greenawalt and Heath of Trinidad; Joe Texas, have been here visiting their ' Larry, Judy, Kristl and Missy Nora's Beauty Shop got a new paint and Mamie Alien, Waxahachie; Rickey grandparents, Janie and Jim Carter. chooslt of Fort Worth and Kay and job last week. Lelia Edwards will be Allen, Dallas; Bruce and Angle George and Noreen Donahue left ler Carter of Henderson. running R as Nora retlred on Dec. 31. Prestidge of Rosser; Pat and Patsy .. _jndy and Gina Mitchum visited Christmas Day guests in the home of Patton and David and Sarah of ::" me ~.~randparents, Harden and Odessa Nancy and Clayton Cartlidge included Waxahachie; Bobby and Phyllis Hayes, t me.~rtduringtheholidays, the following family members and Charlotte and Justin, Zlsboro, EVERY ITEM AN OUTSTANDING VALUE] ,pyoxu] Debnev, young son of Rev. friends: Mr. andMrs. FrankCartlidge, Oklahoma; Rickey Brown and BiR rma . I~e and Margie Debney, has been Mrs. Nora Reams, and Mrs. Ronnie Welch, Waxahachie. m per~visiting with grandparents, the Griffin, all of Corsicana; Doug and Lyle Lundy of Mahank visited witl~ ;arters. Charlie will be going into Phyllis Stewart and their children, grandparents, Otis and Juanita1 ,one wte as a chaplain and will be DeAnn, Bryan and Julie of Colorado Stanfield. with q ned at Ft. Bragg in North Springs, Colorado; Cindi and Don Our children, Linda and Terry, are refunlna in January. Williams, Malakoff; Debra Cartlidge, now living in the Williamsburg Addition tion. ,bsts in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kerens; Sue and Keith Burton, Sadie in Katy, Texas. .,rs wdDay were daughters, Mr. and and Glen Jonas, and Carolyn and Bill Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chiles visited loweveTominy Henderson and grand- Baker, all of Garland; Ann and David recently in Carbon, Texas, with ,, w;TM YOUR LEKTIRE DEALER CHECK OUR LOW PlaICES BEFORE YOU BUY! AUTO WE F rS! LEE REPAIRS TIRES :i 3 8i ' iil Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489-1534. Malakoff n at afen, Kenny Lee, Sherri and Mike Thompson and Todd Thompson, Grand ere is Walla, Oklahoma; brother, Nolan Saline; Maudie Warren, Van; Ruth and of Youngville, Louisiana; two Les Stagner and Margo and Scott have Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nelson, Stagner, Longview; Jeanette Stagner, early ucl, Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. Tyler; and David and Kay Jonas, w, nti Hines, Mena, Arkansas; also Richardson. " !w and son, Buster and Doug of After lunch a surprise birthday , e,o td- Their son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny celebration was held for Ann Thomp- ~r~,~ and grandchildren, Jason and son. Frosted punch and cake, decorated U- i a were here Thanksgiving.by her sister in the shape of a horseshoe .... Bud Williams is In the V.A. for "Good Luck" was served to the Ral in Marlin, Texas. guests. rid, Brenda, Brandy ancl Candy ~ton were here on Christmas Day ~tayed with the Dale Bankston F. overnight before returning to eld, Texas. a tls h at the Lakeside B p " t Churc ~nU~ry 4, they had 66 in attendance day School and church at- of 80. Bro. Floyd Loven's text was II Corinthians, 5th on "Christian Service." The was observed following service. Plans are being purchase equipment necessary a tape ministry to reproduce and special music. ~. John Prichett has been here with her sister, Ethel McGee. and Mrs. Don Chiles and family of have been here visiting during with their mother, Mrs. services were held for Mrs. on Monday, Dec. 29 at 2 where she a member for the past 49 was born April 2, ber 27 at the age of 8 months, 25 days. Rev. Danny Burial was in Trinidad were Harold colvin, Johnston. John Cartlldge, Lee Chiles, DOn At- Survivors include Virgil Bayless Jr., Denton; ayless and Jack Bayless of James Bayless of Arlip "~ ick Ba~ less of Pickton. . in the aome oi' Gaylon and ErdWards were Lelia's"aunt, Mr. rs. Brooks and son, and Mr. and '. Bruce Carpenter, all of gston the . er .tch Night services were held on r cyc xear's Eve from 9 p.m. till mld- . rnott! at the Lakeside Baptist Church. lemd 'trst Baptist Church also par- Tex, Refrigerators . Freezers a! Washers * Dryers ~ tO 1~ -r~ , s, Radios * Ceiling Fans relatives. Carolyn, Blaine and Bonnie Tucker left Friday for their home in Utah after visiting here with the Tuckers and the Freemans. Trinidad teachers enjoyed in-service training on Friday, Jan. 2. Susan Green visited in Jacksonville with her cousin, Leslie Jones. Jack and Sue Adrain and children of Atlanta and Jack's mother and sister were guests on Christmas Day with Lee Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright were in and Ruth Chiles. Fort Worth for a Christmas reunion of Keith Marney of Point, Texas, visited 24 Hour Wrecker Service I I0 E. Mitcham 489-1292 Tires & Tubes Open all day Saturday 20-CT. BOUNCE FABRfC - COMET rouo. st... REMNANTS 2O FANCY SECONDSl HAND H ASSORTED COLORS I SPEOAL PURC.AS= ] FABRIC SOFTENER SHEETS Value Io 2.99/yard REG. $1.29 I 45" Wide Poly/Cotlon Blend 1-10 Yard Lengths Machine WNhable REYNOLDS ALUMINUM FOIL 12"x25' 18"x37W BIG FANCY EACH Irregulor Towels but the quality i~ excel ~el3tr ,~lids Jacquards and COIoltul Prints. 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