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V-The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 8, 1981 o Both yuletide and wedding bells rang on Christmas day in the home of Mr. ~ and M~s. Hays Hoskins, Kerens, when their..daughter, Jerilyn, formerly of Dallas, and Theodore (Ted) I Wells, Jr. of Washington, D. C. exchanged marriage vows at 2 p.m. Dec. 25. The double ring ceremonycwas officiated by the Rev. Austin Harris of the United Methodist Church of Kerens. The ceremony took place in the living room of the home decorated for Christmas with a lighted tree flocked with white snow and decorated with red ~ dove, satin bows, and traditional or- i~ naments of the Hoskins family. The couple exchanged vows by the fireplace where red poinsettas covered the hear- I i th and the mantle displayed a ban. dmade ceramic Nativity scene and an arch of red candles. The bride was escorted by her father down the stairway draped with garland, red' bows, and stained glass ivory silk roses, bridal flowers and baby's breath. She also wore her mother's heart locket, her gran- dmother's wedding ring, and a sixpence in her shoe from her cousin, Jane Ray of Corsicana. Following the ceremony, the wedding party and family guests enjoyed their traditional Christmas dinner followed by a reception honoring the bride and groom. The bridal table was covered in red and accented with a silver can- delabra holding white candles and an Mrs. Debra Barnett's fifth grade class at Trinidad Elementary School is keeping the U.S. Mail very busy these days, taking part in Weekly Reader's bells. The processional included the Writing Pal'sprogram. bride and groom's immediate families: Tbe children are writing to pen pals Gerrtanna PattOn and Melanie Foster, in a fifth grade class at Mill Ridge In- nieces of the bride; Marilyn Foster, termediate School in Danbury, Conn., sister of the bride; Mrs. Hays Hoskins, and they're finding out writing assign- mother of the bride; Mrs. Ardella Wells manta can be fun. of Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, mother of The Trinidad students have written the groom; Mrs. Dessie B. Hayes of all kinds of thin~s to the Writing Pals tn Corsicana and grandmother of the arrangement of mixed white flowers of carnation, pores, gyp, spider taurus, babies breath and Christmas greenery. The three tiered red velvet cake was decorated with red roses and topped with white wedding bells. The wedding cake was served by the bride's cousin, Carol Hillman, of Carrollton, who also baked and decorated the cake for the occasion. Marilyn Foster, sister of the bride, ser- ved eggnog prepared by the bride's un- cle, Jim Johnston of Corsicana. '. The photographer of the day Was Jimmy Johnston of Dallas, cousin of the bride. Family guests were present from Corsicans, Dallas, Richardson, Carrollton, Lubbock, Huntsville, Belton, Edom, and Lemoyne, Penn. The newlyweds will make their home in Washington, D. C. where she will be employed with the Federal Home Lean Bank Board and he is employed by the U. S. Department of Energy. i bride~ was also an honored guest. ' i cables were lighted by Barbara of Belton, cousin of the bride. ust was provided by Mrs. Mary Conn. They've told their unseen friends that, "Trinidad is a very small town, so small it probably isn't on the map." "The weather down here is not bad now but it was Nov. 26, we had a little snow. We ate our lunch very fast and then our teacher let us go out and play in the snow." "It's fun in Trinidad, is it fun in Conn.?" and "I live in the middle ofa' pasture and have a lot of trails to ride my motorcycle on." Malakoff school mntenmm JANUARY 12-16 Monday: Fish squares with tartar sauce, macaroni and cheese, green beans, In return, the Conneticut students have told local youngsters that, "It snowed four inches last wee and we didn't have school." "My favorite sport is hockey and my favorite football team is the Dallas Cowboys." "My favorite subject is recess and I lived in Houston, Texas once." And Tins Boccanfuso wrote, "I have an uncle who came from Italy two weeks ago to live with us." Mrs. Barnett's class writes to children who"live in a rapidly growing city with much industry. Danbury is just one hundred miles from New York City. The temperature in Danbury is in. the 40's during the day and in the 20's at night. Mill Ridge Intermediate School Bul~n of Naples. She alsosang "The cornbread, milk. contains grad, e~ 3-6 and the total Lord~Prayer". Tuesday: Tamale pie, mexican corn, bananas, milk. enrollment is about 650 students. TI~,~ bride chose a gown of ivory W~Inesday: Hamburgers, french fries, lettuce and tomatoes, apricot cobbler, '. Dr. Terry Borton, Editor in Chief of silk~'!chiffon over crepe. The natural milk'. Weekly Reader, says he n~er ceases to waistline bodice was gently pleated, Friday: Pizza, tossed salad, orange slices, milk. be amazed by the excitement of the falli~gsoftly to a peplum and tied at the wais~ith a satinbow. The high juliette nec~llte and fitted cuffs were elegantly deta~ with beaded French alenCon lace~;'rhe full chiffon skirt fell gracefully to the floor. Her fingertip leng~ veil was trimmed in ivory satin and ~¢cented with silk bridal flowers and ~by's breath. Sh~:!carried a bouquet of wine and Trinidad school menu JANUARY 12-16 Monday: Barbecued beef on bun, potato tots, pinto beans, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Hot dogs with bun~, salad, baked beans, buttered corn, pudding, milk. Wednesday: Chicken spaghetti, pea salad, hot rolls and butter, cake, milk. Thursday: Vegetable soup with crackers, sandwiches, cookies, milk. Friday: HAmburgers, salad, french fries, baked beans, fruit jello, milk. Writing Pals program. "Inagine what it means to children to get personal let- ters from kids who live totally different lives from theirs. No wonder they are fascinated. And no wonder - for a change - they want to write." Trinidad students are certainly ex- cited and busily prepared Christmas Letters to wish their New England friends a happy holiday season. MRS. TIIEODORE !. WELL'J, JR. pve~ The graee ye are saved through, O • The substance of things hoped for, The evidence of things not seen. THE MALAKOFF NEWS 489-0531 It's Never Too Late SUNNYGLENN RESORT "Roughitincomfort" Hiway 90 489-07]5 HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489o0810 AUBREY HODGE CONSTRUCTION CO. "Specialty Concrete" 402 North Lane 489.1514 Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hodge I.me.t ~tudles on aging indicates that ohler people • experienee little or no slowdown in mental ca|,aeity,~ Yet. the notion thai "you can'! t~,aeh "ki/'~bld d,,g new trieks ~rslsls. Senior citizens that ,,nroll in aduh edu- ealion classes have proven In he nut- standing ~tudents. Don't let the fact that you are ohler prevent you |rom taking up some- thins you have always wanted to ,ludy. Re. lnenl[N~r, it'S never too late to learn. KOATINGS, INc. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hopkins MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison ¢/ t DAIRY QUEEN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 West 489-1895 Faye Perkins THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Furl Gentry CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Family BIGGS SHEET METAL SHOP Highway 31 E. 489-0741 Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Bi~s & son. THE CARPET & APPLIANCE DEPOT 212 Terry Mr. and Mrs. Heal Hampy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haney MALAKOFF CALVARY BAPTIWI' CHURCH CilURCH OF CHRIST OF TRINIDAD C,C. Abbotl. Minister Bill Watson. Minister Sunday School... ~, ............ 10:00a.m. Sunday Schoni .................. 9:45a.m. Sunday Morning Worship.., .,... It :0o a,m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 1O:~a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00p.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00p.m. Wednesday Service ............. 6:30p,m, Sunday Eventns Worship ........ ?:00p,m. Tuesday Ladies Bthle Class...~. 10:00 a m. Wednesday ..................... 7:30 p.m. AuxiUary, Wednesday ........... i $: 30 p.m. FIRST •APTISTUHURCH ' OF MALAKOFF James (~eatbe m, Pastor CR088 RDAns TRINIDAD CHURCli OF CHRIST Robert Fester, Mlnis~r 778.2536 Sunday School ................... 9:30a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... lO: 30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. Sunday Song Service ............ 5: 30 p,m. Wednesday Mid-week ........... 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Class ........................ 10:00a.m. ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. UNITED METIlODIST CHURCH MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED S-',, ~,w.~t,.,~ w- ~in 11 "00 a m Randy Warron,'Pastor METIIODIST CHURCH UDO~j,,=..o,.,.~ . ~fl$[l.~ .......... . 0 e..,,a,,. =-,,..,,,,~u,^,,t,~., 7.00rim SundayM rnlngWorship ..... 9.30a m. Randy Warren Pa*tor £Pfftgt ffID~' ous,u=.vs~v,~..~wm=..,v ......... t., . ' .... ' I[Wli~ rlN~ CEDAR LAKE w,~..~,v wrest. 7,oo0 m Sundey SChool ............... 10 30a m Sunday School ................. I000a m. r. .................... r; ............. ~ ' B bleStudy 6 30 m MornngWorshi 11 00a m GlrlsAttxi[lary Moedny 3.30p.m; ..................... : P' ' P .............. : ' ' MALAKOFF INC NURSING HOME Tu,eda;'i ........ o oOa m_ osp lSinslng V.veningWorship ........... : .... . ...... ,.. 5"... -- ChoirPractiee: ................. ~:very2nd~yoflno~th ...... 7:~Op.m. WedneedayChancelChotr ....... 7:30p.m. tllgnway ;11 W. 41$$-Ob~fli West Royall Blvd.489-17OZ Sunday •~lofLove .... 4:lSp,m. United Methodist Womenmeet ....... 2ndand4th s 0 m upen ~un /nurs ~ [0 / II Unn~a~mant and Staff Celebra~onSunday..,iill i,. 6:Oop.m FIRST•APTlSTCHURCR .... MOI~. y.. ......... 2:3 p.. ,-. ,'~ ' ,-, [| ......or-- Tueeday, Young Musicians .... 3:30pro, OFTRINIDAD l*Fr'mee~ lscand3rn !'rl. ano at. 8 to~. I L.,_. Wednesday, Adult Choir ....... 7:30 p.m, Danny Baler, Mlabter l~¢lays .................... 11:00 am. I Thursday, Music Makers ...... 2:30 p.m Sunday School.. ................ 9:45 a.m Sunday Morning Worship ...... 11 00 a.m. ! ~ PARKVIEW MI~IONARY Sunday Evening Worship 7'00 p m FIRST UNITED METHODIST i [[ I"tt II 1Mff~ BAPTIST CIIURCH Wednesday -- -' ....... 7100n'm' CIIURCR OF TRINIDAD [ I ggULJ~llli~/ Danny Pltta, Pastor • ........ , ............ r' . Melvin Rowland, Mink~r DI~DDV ~DPle I II gllTfl _~HPPIy Sunday school ................. 1 9:45a.m. MALAKOFF Sunday School .................. 9:45a.m, [l.nn~ unVO, ! [ [ ,,,,?v,v. .... . , S~nday Morning Worship ....... 10:55a.m. AS8EMBLY OF GOD Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:50am. r u;.h..... ~ ! [ [ "Pleasing Y0u P~eases USTraining Service ................ 6:00 p,m, Ken Jones, Pastor Sunday Evening Worship ....... :6:00p.m. .=. nnSuwaJ a~ [[ 611Highway3lE~ 4~9-I$33 SundayEveningWorship ........ 6:45p,m. Sunday School .................. 9:45a.m, UMYF .......................... 6:45p.m. &SQfl&~9 |[ Mr and Mr~ I~,,~ DulanevWedne~y Night Sunday MorninsWorshlp ....... 10:45n.m. FeilowshipSupper -,..'v-~,6 .............. vent |] ......... WMA .......................... e:45p.m, Sunday E ng Worship ......... 7:00p.m. 4th Wednesday .......... ...... 6:30 p,m. ! ~ Preyer Meeting ...... ...... :.. 7:30 p,m Wed.esday Mid.wee~ Sorvleo... 7:00 p.m, Ladles Bible Study, 1%esday ..... 9:30 a.m.' ------- J DA ENTERPRISES ACTION REALTY It ,o.l,=vd ZO E ,o,,=vd. [I _- ...... I1 ILLI:t;IK . 11 RR.H. LaoParkH lee Park 211 E. Royall Blvd. MId|kott Your Host 489 15 l This Feature is published with the thought that more people'will attend ] church, It is sponsored by firms 100% interested in our community. ...... ,, , ........ If your church is not included please call 489-0531. ,,, ,, ........ A $30,000 goal has been set fo~ the Henderson County YMCA's sustaining membership drive that will be conducted Jan. 12-22. Drive Co-Chairman Howard Watson will meet with the 12 team captains on Monday at the First United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. to discuss the drive schedule. Dean Walls is the other co-chairman. YMCA hoard president Jimmie Del Moore will report on the Y's 1980 activities and goals for '81. The 1981 YMCA board officers will be Howard Watson, president( Bill Campion, vice president; Debbie Godwin, secretary; and Mike Stover, treasurer. The 1981 team captains are Joy Angel, Kim Caldwell, Cathie Cox, Lanny Goodwin, Ann Lewis, Bill Nieman, Marlin Perkins, Cynda Ponder, Hank Skelton, Jan Thomas, Willa Walker and Carolyn Walls. The drive's official kick-off will be Jan. 12 at a 7 p.m. dinner at the Christian Youth Foundation for all of the team captains and members and their spouses. Each of the team captains and workers will contact prospective YMCA members, who will be asked to contribute toward the organization's operating fuads. The members' contributions help keep the cost of program fees at a minimum. Executive Director Randy Brown has added new programs that will begin this year. All but one deputy survived the change of sheriffs when the transfer took place Wednesday. Jay Parker, deputy under retiring sheriff J.W. Brownlow, did not survive the shift to Sheriff Charlie Fields. Randall McGee is the new deputy for the new sheriff. Several county officials, both elected and appointed took their oath of office Wednesday morning. The oath wasPitts is the reserve captain. administered by 173rd District Judge Pagitt is Fields' administra~ Jack Holland in the county courtroom, assistant. The elected county officials for 1981 McGee is.the only new deputy that include County Attorney Allen Boswell, Fields hired. McGee Is an Athens native County Tax Assessor-Collector Betty Smith, Sheriff Charlie Fields, Precinct 1 Commisisoner Jim Blakeney, Precinct 3 Commissioner Saint McLean, Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace B.J. Ruff, Precinct 5 JP Judy Newman, Precinct 6 JP Raymond Farmer, Precinct 1 Constable N.D. Geddie Jr., Precinct 2 Constable Don Owen, Precinct 3 Constable Jerry Owens, Precinct 4 Constable Rip Wiggins, Precinct 5 Constable Bill Bearden and Precinct 6 Constable Wally Harris. The appointed county officials for 1981 include Fields' new personell as well as the county auditor and his clerks. Fields deputies are Herman Kite Tommy Smith, Danny Wilbanks, Steve! Westbrook, Billy Flippo, Marshall, Bill Clark, Randall McGee Deal Folmar, Ricky Carver, Wa Pitts and Pat Glasgow. Marshall is the new chief deputy, Clark is the chief jailer who went to Athens High and Hen- derson County Junior College. He was a reserve officer and certified jailer under Brownlow and has attended the police academy for his certification as a law enforcement officer. All of the others were deputies under former sheriff J.W. Brownlow. McGeereplaced deputy Jay Parker. Parker worked for Brownlow but was not re-hired by Fields. Fields said that~ he had "no comment" about the reason for Parker not being re-hired. "I don't think I should have to' comment about that," Fields said when asked about Parker. "I hired my own h personnel and I think they're good." S'tevie Wonder is leading a crusade tobe declared a national holiday, sym- convince the U.S. Congress that the bolizing this nation's committment to time has come to make the birthday of peace and honor, univeral brotherhood the late, great Rev. Dr. Martin Luther through love and freedom, and unit King, Jr. a national holiday, all people. Wonder is calling for a rally to take Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was place on January 15, 1981, in an American civil rights leader who Washington, D.C. at the Nation's worked to bring about social, political, capitol to respectfully demand that and economic equality for blacks by Congress take action so that January 15 peaceful means. A Baptist minister, he . preached nonviolent resistance to "' [• achieve full civil rights for all He! i Bible Correspondence Course [ received the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize for | QUESTION: Where did the ex- [ leading the Black struggle for equality | pression "A little bird told me" ] through nouviolentdemonstrations. [ originate? ANSWER: Please read [ King was born Jan. 15, 1929, in Arian-! I Ecclesiastes 10:20. This is just one I ta, Ga He graduated, from.Morehouse~ ] example of some of the interesting I College and completed advanced! [ facts that are found in the Bible. [ studies at Crozer Theological Seminary l [ Perhaps you would benefit from a [ and Boston University. He was or- [ better understanding of this great [ dained a minister in 1947. In 1953, he | ~b~ k. Now you can receive an eight I married Coretta Scott. King became :! | lesson, full c ~lor Bible correspon. | pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist i [ dence course. Study in the privacy [ Church in Montgomery in 1954. [ of your own home at your own [ Floyd Thomas, president of the Bap- [ pace. Certificate awarded upon | tist Training Union at Antioch Baptist I completion. First lesson sent ira- [ Church, has requested local support for ] mediately by mail. This course is ] Wonder's project. [ offered free without cost or [ ] obligation to you. For more infor-.| -~~stem--m'~e [ mation write: Correspondence |nation -- operated by the Veterans ad- I Course(P.O. Box 193, Trinidad, Tx. [ ministration -- includes 172 medical 75163 centers and 49 separate outpatient [ ", ..... [clinics.