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27, 1977 MALAKOFF NEWS :::1 Trmtdad News ii By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. i TH. Stanfield, Mrs. Fleming, and Mrs. Miller were in Tyler on students made the All- District Band. They were Jeanie Airheart, Ann Airheart, Sherri Elsom, Dee Germany, Mollie Haley, Kyle Floyd, Tenna Owens, Glenn Spencer, Brett Morman, Lisa Nolan. The timpani player was picked by all of the band directors and Connie Richardson was chosen. The concert will be Feb. 5 in Kilgore Jr. College auditorium. Senior Play The Trinidad High School Senior play "Rest Assured" will be presented at the school auditorium on Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. Admission is $1.00 advanced tickets or $1.25 at the door. Get your tickets at the school or from any senior. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nolan and Lisa were in Dallas last Sunday for a visit with their children, Kathy, Lee, and Brett Nolan, and their children, Larry, Betty, and Steve of Oklahoma. The Unity Workers of the Calvary Baptist met in the Park View Baptist Church on Monday evening Jan. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Bro. Coy Ouesenbery from the and Mrs. Booty Forney, Mr. and Tony Johnston and ughter Jennifer of visited with Mrs. Johnston on Friday and Saturday night. Tommy Taylor, Jr., Ls honored with a pink and shower on Saturday, 15 in the Educational zilding of United ethodist Church. Guests lied during the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. A budded made of white baby was presented the Runner-up, Glenn Colley, Cayuga Drive, Athens; Miss Jr. GMA, Sherry Colley, Cauyga Drive, Athens; Miss Jr. GMA, Runner-up, Tamara Estes, Calvary, Trinidad; Miss GMA, Nits Colle, Cayuga Drive, Athens; Miss GMA, Runner-up, Sally Benner, Parkview, Malakoff; Mr. Galilean, Vance Fincher, Cayuga Drive, Athens; and Jr. Mr. Galilean. Jimmy Haley, Jr., Calvary, Trinidad. A call to Prayer and Self Denial program was given in the United Methodist Church on Tuesday Jan. 18, at 9:30 a.m. Music and meditation was by the organist, Mrs. Milburn Johnston. Welcome was by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr., United Methodist Women president. Hymm, "O Zion Haste", was sung. The purpose and projects were given by the leader, Mrs. John French. Assisting in the program were Mrs. Clyde Rose, Mrs. Jim Williams, Mrs. C.C. Wright, Mrs. Bama Miller, Mrs. Cecil Wallace, Mrs. Chilton Derden, Bro. George Olson, and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. The men of the First Baptist Church hosted an associational Baptist men's meeting on Jan 20. A chili supper was served at 6 p.m., followed by an executive board meeting at 6:30 p.m. and the program at 7 p.m. The Tommy Cheatwoods and Haven visited Robbie and Kyle Floyd and the Jeff Dunakuckys over the weekend. Members of the Dorcus Sunday School Class of United Methodist met Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Jan. 20. Mrs. Bama Miller Hobby decorations the serving table. squares, lime punch, and nuts were served. gift table was with a stuffed duck. rag doll, kger bread baby. s were: Nell )ore, Sharon Hoskins, ace pse Sillick. Marsha !r(lan. and Terri Moore. ests included many ..5,]mtives and friends. Department of Church 5 r. and Mrs. Harold Ministries of Dallas was the ..... .beds and Amie are new guest speaker. !dents on Lynn St. The Youth Awards .... .sds are formerly from New "k. There were 210 people 1.5 .... Mrs. Terri Moore and present for the Unity Youth n a ghter visited in Tyler Awards Banquet on Jan. 11. ......  Edom wzth Mr. and Bro. Jack Bateman was guest speaker. Those receiving awards were: Miss Sunbeam, Shawna Upchurch, Cross Roads; Miss Sunbeam, Runner:up, Tammy Miers, Cayuga Drive, Athens; Mr. Sun- beam, Joey Lamb, Cross Roads; Mr. Sunbeam, Patti Wheatly of Grand Prairie visited last weekend with parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Taylor and Jason of Key Ranch Estates spent the weekend in Austin with Teresa's mother and sister, Mrs. Noreen Jones, and Cynthia. The W.M.A. met Wednes- day, at 6:30 p.m. in the Calvary Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Pete Estes gave a welcome to all followed by prayer by Mrs. Edith Roberson. Psalms 128 was read by Mrs. Estes followed by prayer by Mrs. Ruth Mann. Mrs. Sam Craig presented a memorial service for Bro. Burgess, a Baptist Minister who passed away in December. She also read a poem "Bare Spots" and introduced the speaker, Marie Emerine, formerly of Beiu Hoe, Vietnam. Mrs. Craig presented Marie with a lovely pink corsage. Marie gave a most intersting and informative talk about the country of Vietnam. Gifts from the WMA were presented by Mrs. Jerry McElroy, Mrs. Sandy Lohman, Bro. James Bliss (men's group), and Kelly Lee (Sunbeam group). Mrs. Mary Arnold and Mrs. Sherry Kent began ceramic classes at the Cottage in Athens. Sunday, Jan 23, was Baptist Men's Day for Southern Baptist Churches and in celebration the men of Trinidad First Baptist Church filled the choir and conducted the morning worship service. Rey and Sherry Kent celebrated Sherry's birthday with a dinner at the Tara House, Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Kent. Trojan Hi-Ughts Hoopsters Are Busy Practicing, Playing By Cindi High The Trinidad basketball teams have been busy practi- cing and playing. On Jan. 17, the junior high teams played at Mildred. The Trinidad girls had a rough time, but they played enthusiastically. The taller Mildred girls and a reduced Trojan team created a score, after two minutes of over- time, of 37-36. The Trinidad boys played and defeated easily the Mild- red boys. The final score 29-20. The Junior Varsity boys beat the Avalon J. V's, Jan. 18 at Avalon. The score was 46-43. The THS girls also won their game. That score was 36-35. Mary Warren was high scorer with 24 points. Trinidad's Varisty boys suf- fered a heavy loss to Avalon. The THS JV girls and Varsity boys played Italy on Jan. 21. The JV girls beat Italy's girls, 16-24. The Trojan Varsity gifts' games have been very exciting. The score was close again Trini- dad won 31-30. The Varsity boys lost. For a number of weeks now, grades 1-4 have been competing for outstanding lunchroom behavior. A trophy is awarded each day to the best class. The lunchroom has been quieter, cleaner, and much more enjoyable since this program began. It was nice to hear the elementary children outside on the recent warm days. They must enjoy their recess Gloomsday- Wednesday, Jan. 19, six weeks "progress cards"-- These were just estimate grades, but in six more weeks the important '"report" cards will be sent. Attention all Trinidad High students!! Try-outs for the UIL one-act play will be soon. The play this year - The Wizard of Oz. If you're interested and would like a copy of the play, check with Mrs. Farmer. Did you have individual football, basketball, volley- ball, or cheerleading pictures taken? If so, the packets are waiting for you in Mrs. Barnett's room. Debra Barnett To Accompany AFS Study Tour Debra Barnett, a teacher at Trinidad High School, has been appointed by the American Institute for Foreign Study {AIFS) to accompany a group of students on an educational travel program .abroad. Students will study with tutors while visiting such cities as London, Oxford, Stratford, York, Durham, Edinburgh, Cambridge, and Paris. Debra has noted that there are places available in the group and interested students or their parents are invited to contact her at Box 25TH ANNIVERSARY--- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Freeman, Trinidad will be honored by their children at a 25th wedding anniversary celebr- ation Feb. 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Education Building of the First United Methodist Church of Trinidad. Children ii i of the couple include one daughter, Mrs. Ronald D. Tucker of Bryan, and two sons, Eugene Freeman of Houston and Chrles Free- man of Trinidad. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. Subscribe Today FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY West Hwy. 31 Kerens, Texas FEED.SEED.FERTILIZER Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewi Owner i I] ]l ] Special! Jute Pot Cradles s895 Limited Humber 9995 s" Pete Airheart and .. :.,i's. Mrs. Mary Airheart is atient in a Tyler hospital ece , - 00-District Band ill'District Band tryouts Wrought Iron Pot Stands ....  e held on Saturday, Jan 59fi, in Union ttill. Fifteen $95.$095 ents tried out. Eleven ....  il, _ i -- conducted over the business A 42 game-birthday party much more when they are on MA00K0ff 195, Rt. 5, Kemp, or phone ... I l" dll president. Mrs. Austin and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. sunsnine' bet" 's nope" it" stays" a3z-zaTb .... or zurther Osburn gave the opening on Friday evening., Jan. 21. as nice " mmrmauon. [NSUPN ENCY i prayer" Nine were present" Guest present were Mr" and TP&L Sets#0nstructi0n : Refreshments of cake, dips, Mrs. Herb Saunders, Mr. 05 N. Terry Malakoff 489.0287 i nuts, and coffee were served and Mrs. Cecil Wallace, Mr. - - All Lines of I00mnce | by Mrs. Connie McCrackins and Mrs. Bill Miller, Mr. and i'i $Life .Home .Bonds ! group .. Mrs. SamStogner, Mr. and Of Nearly $3 Million Auto Business I The Nutrions rv, eaJs Mrs. Clyde Rose, and Mr. AAm|m| IINCDA/ program group met Thursdy and Mrs. Tommy Stanfield. m -wnm | qmQllmlm.r1& = L Jo A Gmmn . m Jan. 20 for games and to Mrs. Ben Cates was in the Texas Power and Light expects to be generating OHML" HOME N, Ten,/St Phone, 121 celebrate the January Baylor Hospital in Dallas Company plans to spend more.than 60 percent of its . birthdays. Birthday honored this pastweek. $299,400,000 for the con-electricity at llgnlt-IlJelea Em I'Ve y was Mrs. Hollis Hines. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. struction of new facilities in plants. Long-range planning Mrs. Bena Miller of Fleming Jr. were in Dallas 1977, according to TP&L calls for 72 percent lignite e lC !if: 00l!Sinutabs 30's Nyquil / 'N r , Sinutab 1  I FOr retie' Of s'nOs headacheand cOOqeStion Convenient foil sealed tablets fnn l 00za00/$praym00lasal Spray ] !!vitammC $13s lO0's Myadec Tablets $4 35 100TABLETS 500MG EACH Tablets loo $199 Austin visited with the Bill Sunday to visit with president J.F. Skelton. generation, 12 percent from Millers on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Parks of Houston are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Peables. i00;i i Obituary iii W.R. Parks William Roy Parks, 85, of 930 South Baxter, Tyler, died Friday in a Tyler hospital. children, Gary and Judy and to see their new home which is under construction on Wakefield in Garland. Mrs. Randy Frazier and children of Henderson visited with parents, the Houston Moores. The following Trinidad United Methodist attended a training school in First Church Palestine Sunday, Jan 23: Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace, Mrs. Herb Saunders, Mrs. Ruth The expenditure will be necessary to meet the grow- ing demands of customers and is part of the company's long-range planning to in- sure an adequate suppy of electricity for the future. TP&L is now serving nearly 2,000,000 persons in 51 counties of Texas and de- mand for service is expected to double in the next ten years. Much of the construction expenditure in 1977 involves nuclear units, I0 percent from gas and oil, and six percent from New Mexico coal within ten years. TP&L and two affiliate companies constructed the Big Brown Steam Electric Station, near Fairfield, which went into operation in 1972. The three companies also completed a 575,000-kilo- watt unit at the Monticello Steam Electric Station in Titus County in 1974, and a second in 1975. new electric generating facil- Mr. Roy Parks had lived Wheatly, Mr. and Mrs. Jim ities which will use lignite Other lignite-fueled plants in a Tyler Nursing Home for Williams, Bro. George and coal and nuclear fuel. This now under construction in- seven months. He was a Texas Power and Light Co. employe in Trinidad and a veteran of World War I. He belonged to the Baptist Church. Funeral services were held in Tioga Baptist Church on Sunday at 2 p.m. Survivors include two sons, James W. Parks of Houston, and Bill Parks of Wichita Falls; three daughters, Mrs. Peebles of Trinidad, Rose Olson. Mrs. Richard Taaffe atttended the funeral of Mr. Roy parks in Tioga on Sunday. Boat Safety Class Is Held Over 400 students and teachers of Mabank High Dora School attended a recent Mrs. Boating Safety class held by construction is necessary because of uncertain suppli- es of natural gas and a State of Texas order which will make gass unavailable in suffcient quantities for gen- erating the electricity re- quired by TP&L customers. Texas Power an(1 agnt has been acquiring lignite deposits in East Texas for more than 30 years. Texas lignite, a soft coal, in low in sulphur content and pre- clude: I. Martin Lake, Rusk County, the largest genera- ting facility ever constructed by the company, consisting of four 750,000 kilowatt generating units. One unit is due to be placed into service in late March, with the others scheduled for comple- tion in 1978, 1979, and 1983. 2. Monticello, Titus Cou- nty, a third 750,000-kilowatt unit to be placed in service in Jody Parks of Farmington, Flotilla 5-14 of the United sents fewer environmental 1978. New Mexico, and Mrs. States Coast Guard problems than most other 3. Forest Grove, Hender- Jackie Shelly of Mt. Auxiliary. forms of coal. son County, will be owned Pleasant; 11 grandchildren, Mr. Orville Roland, Public In 1976, 33 per cent of the jointly by TP&L and the and nine great grand- Education officer of the electricity supplied to TP&L Aluminum Company of children. Flotilla conducted the class, customers was generated by America. The plant will lignite-fueled plants. The consist of two 750,000 kilo- greater use of this more watt units to go in service in available and less expensive 1984 and 1985. fuel resulted in an $80 5. Sandow Number 4, million savings for TP&L Milam County, a 545,000 customers, according to kilowatt unit due for service Special This Week 3 Tacos company officials. By the end of 1978, TP&L. Trinidad Menu January 31 - February 4 Monday: Fish StickS, Green Lima Beans, Dessert, Milk, Bread. Tuesday: Beef Noodle Casserole, Green Beans, Hot Rolls, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburger, French Fries, Dessert, Milk Thursday: Barbecue Chicken, Seasoned Beans, Potatoes with Cream Sauce, Dessert, Milk, Bread Friday: Barbecue on Bun, French Fries, Dessert, Milk, Bread in 1981. PaJrieville Store regret that the busi- ness which we have enjoyed and realized a profit from is now having to be sold. The family l just cannot run the store and take care of their other business interests which they have had to do since Wilds has been so ill. Applications from persons not interested in making money, friends, and good neighbors will not be accpeted. Jerry and Wilds Reichert Ambutance We Will Con(me 10 Provide 2444our Ambulance Smdce For Our Fdends In The Malakoff And Trmklad Anus. NE489-1 STAINED GLASS WINDOWS From Church Built 1929 Also Ught Fixtures- Pews Heavy Lumber (Extra Good Grade) Broken Concrete & Brick Tillman Reed Kerens, Texas 396-2221 Dearborn Heaters Special 10% Off PHILLIPS APPLIANCE