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rlnl l thodist Church Ray. Wayne Cannon, Pastor There is a person in our town Friday, January O 10, 1984 Mrs. Alex Joh~tor~ p~porter pho~ PR 8-4411 who always feels bad You can Kay Gaston has returned Mrs. W. L. Rhodes visited the CalvaryBaptist Church ask him (or her) how he feels ~cogdoches after spending sick in the Memorial Hospital in Pasior: Bey. Joe B. Sfiner and the inevitable answ~er is WhenLoriNelsonblewout "terrible." the candles on her fourth- ~lidays with her parents, Athens several times last week. ~. ~t~l ~,f .~ nresent Now may I say that God has birthday cake recently, it id Mrs. Jim Gaston. She also went to Dallas on ~)usl- . '~ ,~'." ~'7~.~ thus far in life blessed me with seemed that every young- ~, ness Sunday and returned home Ior Sunday ~cnool an~ ,~u pres sterherage in Rosalie, Nab ~as Taaffe returned to on Wednesday ant for the worsmp nour lne good health. I hardly ever have turned out for her party. an ache or a pain But believe Only a few months before, :~ Thursday after spend- ------o~-----,Sunday School offeringwas me, I am in sympathy with those holidays with his moth- Mr. and Mrs. Carl WilbanKs $110.30. the remarkably pretty child ~. Robert Taaffe. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mack The message was brought fromwho do I am not for a moment had been the butt of taunts and giggles from these same chil- ' ~o-- Couch and Maynard Massengale Revelations 12:1-9. Mrs. LelanmalCmg light of or treating as ren. Lori was born with a rare ;vtere sorry to hear of the in Athens Sunday. Williams sang the "Old Rugged insignificant the sufferings of an- birthmark--a thick, unsightly ,of Bill Wyrick of Kerens. ----~o-------- Cross" before the morning rues- other I know there are those covering of hair extending from her right shoulder to mid-fore- seed away Stmday night Don Wilbanks returned t At" sage. who never draw an easy breath, arm. Instead of finding play- ~ 7:30. He was a brother-in- hngton Thursday after spendingThere were 29 present for and others, while more fortunate,mates among the other boys and girls, all she ever encoun- C. ~ ollins. the holidays with his parents,Training Union and 14 Daily are bothered by recurring ill- tared were finger-pointers and . : Mr and Mrs. Carl Wilbanks. Bible readers and 17 brought ness. My heart goes out in love name-callers. ann ~rs. jerry ~aston oi ------~------- . Bibles In place of having Train- and sympathy to these people. Lori ~ound these gibes, when scarcely out of infancy and the :: ~rce spent theweek-end Betty Taaffe returned to Ar- :" "" O But most of the people I know, . . ing union me y ung peopm crib, more than any sensitive as parents, Mrand Mrs hngton Saturday brought their delayed Christmas whether healthy or ill, havre child could endure. So did her :: tston. " Mr and ~-'~-s. 'I) L McCrackin play The program was en]0Yed good days and bad days They parentS,Nelson, anMarleneattractiveand farmingChester . . " . " with by everyone. The pastor then are grateful for the good and trycouple, who :~or almost three and Mrs E McNeil vie- v~s~ted m Tyler January 1, for a medical answer to the ir children in Dallas their daughter, the Jack Adrian oroug~t a ~n:rtm~b:geo;rt~e t make the best of the bad But years searched unsuccessfully famil- oonn 4:o. e this person I mentioned has noth-problem. ::: weeK-end. :~. church then observed the Lord's ing but bad days--never any Brother Also Heartsick 4}, o. Bible Study group met Mrs. Josie Pulley has returned home of Mrs. Milburn home from the Memorial Hoe- n, Tuesday, at 9:30. Mrs. pital in Athens. n gave the study from II -------o---~- - :ales 10:13. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston . went to Mesquite Saturday to and Mrs.~Robert Graham visit their daughter, Mr. and tr children of OklahomaMrs Charles Lee Abee and Julia. klahoma and Bud Miller -------~------ dly of Lubbock visited in Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Black ae of their parents, Mr. 'went to Memorial Hospital in s. R. M. Miller. Athens Sunday to visit the sick. ,O L, . Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mayo of R. H. Shrader is in theRusk brought her father, Will al Hospital in Corsicana. Stanfiled, home Saturday. --o-- :ARD OF THANKS i Mrs. Teddy Simmons and Mrs. the many cards of sym- Theo Walker of Athens were in the passing of our shopping in Corsicana Thursday , Robert Taaffe, and the~ ~ Christmas Cards f r o m i J a c k i e Dean Johnston of , we thank you. May our Bloomfield. New Mexico and O. ,less and keep you.--Mr. F. Johnston of Mesquite melted "s. R. M. Miller Trinidad I their mother, Mrs. F. F. John- Route No. 1. ' ~ston and carried she and her i mother, Mrs. Lout to Dallas. ~Mr. F. F Johnston is in the Vet- ral Monument Works crane Hospital in Dallas. -~ of Quality Memorials" :orsicana & Ketene Mr and Mrs. Dee Taaffe, John lee H. ~ Rap. and Patti of Dallas, spent the as, Trinidad, Malakoffweek-end with his mother, Mrs Kerens EX 6-2055 Robert Taaffe. The Rev. and Mrs. Joe Stiner A~. JOhn, Oo Do were in Tyler Saturday. OPTOMETRIST Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tom Han- --12: 1:00--5:00 T 2S97 Athens. Texas J Perfect cock were in Athens Saturday. O. Visitors in the Hardin Air- heart home last week were, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jones of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Long, Eliza- beth Sanders and Angel, Ronnie and Mrs. Janice Romo and chil- dren of Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones of Kerens and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rob of Dal- Use Only Top Parts the best available repair parts go the TV sets we serv- Call us for gUdrUn- "IV repah-s. Radio And Electric RIDDLESPERGER HUdson 9.3681 O Mr. Will Hoskins, Mrs. Lu- Peacock, Mrs.Abee, Mrs. Hart and Mrs. V. H Tolbert are all in the Memorial Hospital in Athens. Rm~ell Croom, F. F. Johnston, and L. R. Olson are all patients at the Veterans Hos- pital in Dallas. --------4~-- Mrs. C. C. Airheart has re- turned home from the Athens Memorial Hospital. WSCS Weekly Meeting The WSCS met w'ith Mrs. John French for their weekly pro- gram. To open the meeting, a prayer was read by Mrs. Jim Wil- liams. Mn's. Milburn Johnston con- tinued her study on Christian Perfection, about John Wesley The meeting closed with the Motto. Fifteen were present a. MRS. RUBY MCLAIN EAST HIGHWAY 31 How to win friends .and - influence appetites! ,o= or ['EDERAL date here, where tempting fare delights guests and gracious sex-v. ice completes f2ae pleasure. ! , i CtZ, Supper and dismissed with a good-- just bad! Also heartsick was David, 6, ng, "God Be With 'Tin We ! St was a man ori's brother, who more than Meet Again" bad days too. lie says, oz e once came home with a black heartless kids in town who Th~ W M A had an attenJews five times was I beaten eye because he fought all the . - poked fun at his "hairy" sister: dane: of eight last Monday w~th rods, once.was. I stoned, Chester and I were atmos~ night. Mrs. D. Freeman brought thrice I suxxerea smpwrecK, .a out of our minds with this ter- the devotional and the lesson night and a day I have ~en m rible affliction," the mother ex:[ was brought bv Mrs Lelan Wil- the deep; In journeying ormn, m plained, "Lori, a frightened and [ into a shell The present pxc- " ~ absence of the perils of water, in perils of rob- confused little g~ri, w~morew[ hams In the I- hut [ tar[ Nelson, 4, fter disflgurmg ha,ry birthmark on right arm was my husband and I looked with I removed. She s visiting with her surgeon, Dr. Albel~ S. Bl ck, at teacher, Mrs. Stiner. bars m perils by my own co~ ~ure was pam~m e.J~u~, =- c trymen . . In weariness dread~into the .future when our[March of Dimes Birth Defe '.~ Center, Children's Memor;al Hospital, T painfulness, in watching often, in pretty child, li~e any young t Ioung *eopae o hunger and thirst, in fasting of~, woman,dances andW UldhaveWaRtdatest andg funt [Omaha'[ Nebr. Have Bake Sale ten, in cold and nackedness, and, in time, a husband and ]Albert S. Black, a noted Omaha i world of children. The arm is family [cosmetic surgeon, who is a ,still rather scarred, inevitably. . Did he have bad days! ,~, "~.~ onv~ . anv reason I "team- member" of the March i But later on by high-speed The young people of the Trine-But Paul discovered that his for'ho~)e:~ ~l~en I- reacl some- ] of Dimes-supported center and planing and tattooing, the arm dad Methodist Church are having ~.~ ~ ~ ~.~o ~ ~ .=~. ,bad d~y~ ~uu.u ,~= ,~ u.~o, place that the March of Dimes [ an associate professor of sur- I will be normat in appearance , a bake sale in front of Warren s because God had promised him; was planning a birth defects|gary at the University of Ne- ---and by the time she is in high Grocery this Saturday beginning "My e.race is sufficient for thee." center in Omaha. We were wait- [ braska Medical School. He saw I school Lori will have difficulty at 10:00. Pies and cakes will beTherefore instead of complain- ing at the door when it opened [ no reason for despmr. ~rememt)ermg wmcn arm ex v~nr nnd a half a~o" I Lori underwent four surgical t hibited this perverse quirk of sold and the money used to. help ing about' his troubles, Paul was - "~r]~e c-enter, sup-ported by [ procedures by Dr. Black. IIe ~ nature." :: March of Dimes contributions| removed the hairy surface of[ Mrs. Nelson was selec~.d as support a s~x year old boy m me , d able to say, Most gladly there- from chapters throughout Ne-[ the right arm which was then ~ the ~eoras~a ~a~n o~ ~mes Methodist Home for boys an fore . m ~,h~ ~, in my braska, i~ at Children's Memo- [ replaced by grafts of skin zrom ! ~ ~omer ~or l'Jb~. ~ne and ner g~rls So your money will do ' ~'" ~'*'~ "- "" nd ~s dir . e ~ ~ [ . . " " infirmities, that the power oi ~;.~ ~g~n~tal n " " acted by] h r ri~h~ thigh husband have forgotten their Dr Theodore R. Pfundt, ehmr- [ ~-~i N ~o -"" [ fears about persuading their double duty It will get you a . on me' . . Christ may rest up . cake or a pie, and ~t xwll alsoi If our "terrible"f e e ling man of the vediatrics depart-| [ daughter to go to kindergarten. ment of Creighton University["Essentially what, we did,'|They confide that next sum- School of Medicine. It is one of[ Dr. Black explains, was to ex- [ mar, as a reward for her pluck, help a needy boy . i friend would commit himself to 48 such centers across the ha-| cise the cause of Lori's fears| Lori may be riding around If you would hke to have a~ iChrist he would discover that tion. [and torments, and restore a[the farm aboard a Shetland cake or pie delivered to your, Gods grace is sufficient for him,Dr.P undt consulted with Dr.l whole little girl to the carefree / p?ny. ==- home, please call Miss Susie ltoo Maybe then he would feel Wheatley at PR 8-2771 before ~ ~ ~,~,o~n ,~ ]hi~ ,~,~ s Miss Betty Koepp, w i t h a I Bobby Hase of Houston was I Miss Maggie Johnston entered : 9-45 Saturday morning or call ~n v, ,~, ~ .~, n,+,^, group, spent the Christmas boll-[a recent visitor with his grand-[Henderson County Memorial [ think. Why don t y try t, days skiing in Aspen, Colorado ! mother, Mrs. Tom King. I Hospital Monday. : Bro Cannon at PR 8-2754 or ~'.~" : ~,OU ~ .~u 2751 {then? Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and -"-----';.~ t 7:00 p. m. First Baptist Church I Re Vernon Ro - on. PaYor ' BIRTHDAY GREETmS -to, OUR Ut I I IIERB GLair You'll appreciate ,that a here make in your appearancel Our barbers ere experts In what. ever style cut you prefml Baraett's Barber Shop JOE BARNETT The Rev. Vernon Roberson Mrs. Robert Fields Jan. I0 brought the Sunday morning message from John 3:16 and Ti- tus 2:14. There was 64 present for Sunday School. Miss Judy Gaston sang the special music, accompanied by Mrs. E. McNeil at the piano. Sixty-four attend- ed Sunday School. O Mrs. D. Freeman's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Abbee from Flint, Michigan are visiting in their home for an extended visit. Dr. and Mrs. A. Mason of Abi- lena were recent visitors in the Jim Gaston home. Mrs. G, W. Estes Jan. I0 John Griggs Jan. I0 Edna Garrett JarL II Cherylon Lee Warren .Jan. 11 Eugene Berry . Jan. 12 Grandma Jones Jan. 12 Freda Warren Jan. 12 Jack Jones Jan. I2 John Quinn ~an. 13 A2rheart . . Jan. 13 Margaret Hines .Jan. 13 Mrs. W. P. Dunn Jan. 14 Vera Johnston .Jan. 14 Georgie Lou Airheart .Jan. 14 Vennie Peary Jan, 15 Go to Chmmh 5und~y Our Specials Friday, I I I I IIII ROBIN HOOD I II I I I Pound Bag 5:30 a. m. - 8:00 p. rm Phone PR 8-4461 TRINIDAD, TEXAS II RED Pound Bag I III II II I I I SHURFINE 12-Oz. Can IIII I I I 24-OUNCE BOTTLE GLADIOLA Pound Bag SHURFLNE VIENNA I IIIII I WOLF BRAND No. 2 Can I II I Cane For .U~ i Maxwell House Instant. lO-Oz. Jar I SHURFRESH Pound Box (I ~IIIII; { 4 Half Gale Per Pound RA.CORN II LOIN m Sliced Pound Per Pound | IIII IIIIIIIII III I NO. 7 I GRADE "A" Per Pound I Per Pound z of Malakoff TRINIDAD, TEXAS "We Deliver" PHONE PR 8-4141