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S--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. IS, 1981 , ! By Mrs...W.C. eming, Jr. gal r ' d Most Courteous Boy, Bad Eisom; M Emerine, Shane, Mike and Royce of Galatians 6. -- .... eR' s fifth grade students portent than the news. Favorites name Courteous Girl, Mlehellegugate; Most Bullard; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Those present'were Gladys Yates, are enJoying writing to their lam pals in "God is our shelter and |ep always ready to help in ~iesiJ Trinidad High School personalities Likely to Succeed (seniors) Boy,Emerine, Janice, Jimmy, John andConnie McCrackin, Buela Mae Trot- Connecticut and to the New England trouble" -- Psalm 46 : l. )fly have been elected by the students for Charlie Freeman, and Girl, Lori Tid- Jackie of Sulphur Springs; Mr. and man, Nola B. Lincecum, Kathi Boler, states. more; Best-All-Around bey, GlennMrs. James Emerine and Wendy; Mr. Jolmnie Martin, Melessia Boler, Vivian The Crouover Band played at the A pink-and-blue baby sho~ati, 198041: Mr. THS, Vincent Norris; Miss TITS, Boyd; Best-All-Areund Girl, Vicki Bell; and Mrs. D.C. Emerine, Jeff and Bryan Black, Leoua Warren, Clara Fleming, Trinidad VFW Post dance on Saturday honoring Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey ~nce Anna Ochea; Cutest Boy, Jimmy Most Athletic Boy, Vincent Norris; of Midiothian; Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Marion Williams, Ellen Sharp, Alice night, Jan. I0. new daughter Amy was held Su~pnal Carter; Cutest Girl, Jo Dell Colvin; Most Athletic Girl, I~ri Tidmore. Alrheart, Jeanie and Kenneth; Mr. and Wright, Gertrude Stanfield, Darma Many adults have had the flu in our afternoon at Calvary Baptist Chris Wittiest Boy, Kyle Floyd; Wittiest Girl, Favorites: 9th grade, Derek Jackson Mrs. Tommy Taylor and sons; and Ferrell, Walt Ferrell, Gladys Randall, area. Guests called during hours of 2-3 l~ny Linda Rowland; Friendliest Boy, John and Penny Johnston; 10th grade, David Amy Rounsavall. Edith Young, Bama Miller, Kathy Deanna, Bill and David Tart of Alvin The Harveys live on McEntire Stre~tec Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. ~e n Riley; Friendliest Girl, Anna Ochoa; Arnold and Valarie Davis; llth grade, The Calvary Baptist Curch was host Prnka, Cleora Fleming. Mrs. Alice returned home after vi~ting with their in Houston on Saturday and Sunda~age John Vermillion and Jo Dell Colvin; church to the Unity District with nine Wright was co-hostess serving cake, parents. U i churches represented with attendance coffee, apple cider and chips. Arlene Bosenum visited with Hazel the christening of their grandson, 12th grade (seniors), Lori Tidmore and around 50. Each lady from each church Ozie Land visited her daughter, Anita and Alex Johnston. Collins Fleming, at Christ MemOs ar se canned foo~.s Glenn Boyd. in one year period The personalities' favorites pictures gave a part on the program. Mrs. MaUory, in Tyler over the weekend. My brother, Carroll Wright, was Lutheran Church. 979 were made on Jan. 8 in the home of Mr. Shirley Watson of Calvary presented Trinidad Chamber met Jan. 5, 7 p.m., ordained as a Bapttst deacon in Sunday, . . ibou and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. by Tyler her talk of "Joy." Chips, dips, sand- at Trinidad Community Center. The Jan. 11, 7 p.m. services at Wost Monroe Congratulations For best eating quality, use commer-photographer Randy Phillips andwiches and sweets were served to the meeting opened with prayer by David Baptist Church. u cially home-canned foods within one Congratulations to the fifth grudger c year, advises Marilyn Haggard, foods Trinidad annual staff sponsor Mrs. ladies. Burton. James Johnston conducted the Dec Germany of RmKon, La., visited and nutrition specialist. Barbara King. . We are sorry to learn that Truitt business with Ellen Sharp presenting with SherriElsomonThureday. their high scores in the state l inI Date the cans or jars as they are The Church of Christ Ladies me[ Wallace of Striker Creek Lake TP&L the minutes. Discussion on the city Sorry my news is short this week as I Texas Assessment of Basic Skllls.Jthi Wednesday, 10 a.m. at the church for suffered a massive heart attack and is recreation and park was discussed, was unable to write on Saturdayof 29 objectives students were teste uat processed or bought, she adds. their Bible study. Carol Foster gave the in a coma at the Jacksonville hospital Jo and Clyde Rose were in Waco on and Sunday. I always go each Sunday to they scored above the state paring lesson from Genesis 24 as Rosa Hullum, at the time of this writing. Wednesday. the churches and pick up their bulletins level on 28 areas. State level was J]nen their study leader, was ill with the flu. Faye and Mickey Heryla of Dallas for church news. But going to our Trinidad scored 2503, Malakoff There were nine members present for Bible Study were here Wednesday visiting with grandson Clark Flemlng's christening Kemp 2099, Mahank 2078 and Euslned the study. Tommy Stanfield and other relatives, on Saturday and Sunday is more ira- 1860. The ladies will be meeting in Memhers of the Tuesday Ladies Bible Congratulations to Mickey who has February for their annual covered dish Study met in the home of Mrs. W.C. retired from the Dallas Post Office. Trinidad melh i menu church dinner the first Sunday in Fleming on Jan. 6, 9:30 a.m. A special Mickey was a mailcarrier. JANUARY ring February at the Trinidad Community welcome was given and an- January 16 is Arbor Day so plant your Monday: NoSchool. np, Center Building. nouncements made, followed by prayer trees to shade the windows and doors on Tuesday: Sliced turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, green peas, fruit j sp Here visiting with Mrs. Emerine on by Mrs. Dannn FarreU. Mrs. Bamathe west side of your home. hot rolls and butter, milk. Mr. Charlie Baker of Key Ranch has Wedmmday: Vegetable soup and crackers, sandwiches, cookies, sliced che s ! Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Miller gave the Bible lessons from been a patient in Navarro Hospital. milk. II I II Trinidad students are preparing for Thur lay: Chili macsauce, salad, green beans, hot rolls and butter, tests this week. jello, milk. 'ia The annual staff is getting their pages Friday: Hamburgers, salad, french fries, baked beans, fruit jello, milk. th and pictures made up for the Trojan c Deluxe Custom Full Dentures Completed in: annual that has to he completed in May. hen SAME WEEKEND Only S22Sper upper or lower denture a Bible conference in Houston, which they enjoyed. G~ ................ Mrs. Ray Stanfleld and Daniel of RRETTWILLIAMHOLCOMB Jan. 12, 19 1 at 2 p:m. at the F rs Granbury visited with the Tommy Stanflelds. Funeral servic were held Monday, United Methodist Church in Trini et Initial visits must be made between 8-12 a.m. Thursday or Friday, Feb. 5-6 Final delivery of dentures will be made on Feb. 7 & 8. Full payment must be made at time of initial visit. All work performed by licensed experienced dentists who will insure that you will be for Garrett William Holcomb, ?l,er t completely satisfied with your new denture. Trinidad. t re1 Our aim is to provide the denture patient with a quality custom denture for o The Rev, Melvin Rowland officia~rst- reasonable fee and within the shortest period of time for the patient, w ~ and burial followed in Trinlffad ~ of c.,, ,.d., ...,,o,.,..t ..... i n s u r a n c e .a g e n c y Cemetery with Paschal Funeral Rapid Denture Service Available in Garland office only 214-271-1581 _- -- In charge. .rnc All Li nes of Insurance Mr. Holcomb passed away Satur o Jan. 10, at Navarre County Memofle * i,ife *llome *Bonds # Auto it, Business Hospital in Corsicans followingnen * Our office is o full service office for g~'~'aloffered include cosmetic d~ntistry, lengthy illness. ]30, I cops &crowns, rootconah, surgew, r implants, fillings, ondor~tics (braces). 226 N. Terry St. JERRY A. GARRI~)N 489-O512 Survivors include his wife, Alp]at I ' ' ' ' ' . . Holcomb of Trinidad; one son, G. Holcomb of Waco; one brother, J.je Holcomb of Alto; five sisters, M?r . ge ma Cole of Jasper, Mrs. Otha HarriS| i of Alto, Mrs. Laura P. Allen ~eho Jacksonville, Mrs. Edna Smith {vet Jacksonville, and Mrs. Maudess L eer of Rusk; a daughter-in-law, Jean, n Holcomb of Waco, and three grbet .- dchildren, ben Pallbearers were Billy Mack el Dan Saxon, Fred Boyd, A. J. Arring )0, N. W. Key, O. B. Stanfield, Harold St nen field, and Bill Day. ,, 198 H. CARNES ENA~ ~ I H. Carries Enas, 74, of Star Har~ w passed away Jan. 11, 1981 at Hender~.e County Memorial Hospital in Athens.~at, . ,~ ~ireI Funeral. services.were nero v, needay, Jan. 141at Restland Ceme ed in Dallas. I Mr. Euas was born Feb. S, 1906 ( Springs. He was a member of the Fi Pe] Umted" Methodist Church of Mala~rc.~nt and had been an auditor for the Electric Service Co. Survivors include his wife, G~ng -- -a0r~ Enas of Star Harbor; one son, Dox Carl Enas of Houston; one daugh r' Carolyn Threadgill of Ft. Worth; rso. nieces, Mrs. Wayne McClesky ofnt and Mrs. Dorothy Oberle of San vi~ Calif. Paschal Funeral Home of Malal t First Savings now has checking accounts. You can If you don't wish to maintain a certain balance was in charge of local arrangements, u[ have a checking account and savings account in one in your checking account, two other accounts are place where all your money earns top interest, available for a nominal monthly fee. Classed added hat lge to HCJC schedule i c, An announcement of the addition[g_,n' two ClaSseS to the spring schedul~')~lstu Henderson County Junior Col|t( Your checking account at First Savings pays When you check with First Savings, your check- . ve, Division of Continuing Educauon " 5 % interest compounded daily for a 5.3 % annual ing business is welcome at all six of our offices been made by Jan Weaver, dean. _ J elq yield. There is no minimum balance required to throughout East Texas. Make deposits or with- Two ela,os in oil pamuug ,f . beginner and intermediate le~,yl earn interest on our accounts; every penny earns, drawals easily because wherever you live or work, students will he taught in Mabank First Savings has always offered savings accounts there's a First Savings office nearby. Now that Malakoff. OIL PAINTING: Fee is $25 ~Y, with the highest possible interest and now we pay First Savings has savings, loans, six locations and supplies. Meets Thursdays from 22-Feb. 26 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Mab f'A top interest on checking, free checking plus interest... Hlgh School. Instructor is Carl Flrst. i ul OIL PAINTING: Fee is $25 supplies. Meets Thursdays from Ms. iU 5-April 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Malaig-r Elementary Cafeteria. ,rt @ @ Further Information may he obtat~" At First Savings, you have your choice of by calling the office of continu thph education at ff/5-6249, r checking accounts. One account is free of service charges when you maintain a $500 minimum checking balance or $1,000 minimum in passbook Navy Airman Recruit TimothYlno! Conner, son of Walter and June CO ge savings or if you are 60 years of age or older If of Trinidad, has completed reck, your balance falls below the minimums, a $Z50 training at the Naval Training Cenl~o~' San Diego. ' Jculi fee is charged to your account Lhat month, vuriug the eight-week training cYq s A he studied general military subj designed to prepare him for academic and on.the-Job training in O of the Navy's 85 basic eccupati 113 The First Savings Spirit Means More. fie i.d in @lip, close-order drill, Naval hist and first aid. He joined the Navy in Septeml 1 0. Br,c ,s Cracked? Sills ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Rotten? Unlevel Floors? --CALL-- Derl Cannon Athens Mabank Malakoff Wills Point Kaufman Forney Member FSLIC An Affiliate of lnvest-Tex, Inc. Rt. 1, Athens675-7096 L Z: