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February 12, 1965

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IS CIRCLE PROGRAM Prayer Calendar for thp week ~~ff/2f~d~/ ~, -~ .r ~- v~:.ere on program were .urs Le-i ~ :)$~I M. U. of the F~rst Baptist or, Yates. Mrs. Willard Curre.v MRS. ALEX JOHNSTON t aev. ~ollis r-rarity, PastorMalakoff, Texas Friday, February 12, " : - - - ~ - ~: " !~ I The Reverend ttollis Flarit~ ~.~.~.~%~.~ 1965 Page Three l, met Tuesda~ for their, and Mrs. Cro~ There ~ere ~e~en, ~ ' x ' " " ~ .~,7#,',~,:~z.~.:wz:;:,~,;,~;, :<.~: ~: ,:~< 7gjs~?:~:,~4;~i~~'~:~g/~:y$~2~i~l~ Program. witl~Mrs. Cleo ladies present. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~1 id oring a .~.e.~a~'e on Christ ,'*"~:"~, ~,;~-,~ ~loi in charge. The subject was The Senior Banquet will be'i ~d ~ Jr Jr i~'~ rand the Raee~ in the 10:30 a. m. I ~e~;~z~;~,~;~,~;~/~:: ~ ,P15 ng Christian Principles." Thursday night at Fellowshin !~:: ~IFI}N I~ N~i"J ~ !IN I wo~vhio service Sunday. A special] l~. P. Durra opened with the. Hal:. "- ~ ~,:; ~ ~ ~-~A~,~,g~b ~i~i Iofferin"~~::,~ 1 '" ( will be .taken for. the ' I ~'~ Phn PI:~ ~ 2~5~ qP ;,~a-.a ~'~4 ~ l~, fie> ,ollcge for Negroes m Mar- ~/e.; :>.~lshat~ as a part of our observance[ ~," I F R ' " *~ "" :':"~ "~:;e,~,:-ga;~z "~";s'-- 7~'~:'~',N/d~" ~ ~';~*/'~5~ of Race Relations Sunda ~ in O REAL . ' - . .>,x ~~[the Method,st Church. The Choir 1 ~--,t~**~,u Mr- J C Mitchell and Mr~ Mr ant as oflwill be under the direction of Mrs [ a~ nnnr - ~ I NlrS. Yl. A. lnoIn" I "~ '"~ " " ' r~ rux Cldve McGaritv of Waco visited Ranger are in Trinidad this week. ~lor~:' counts. I BEEF To Eat Here Or Take Home Visit Hwy. 31 TRINIDAD Also Custom Barbecueing Hot Lunches OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5:00 A.M. to 9.00 P.M. 5:30 a. m. - 8:00 p. m. Phone PR $-41 1 TRINIDAD. TEXA By PAUL I ~EItL~ liO lI~!0 AT PRtN ~SE OUlt ~l~ 'Y ~4~O~ the:r sister-in-law and aunt, Mr:;.3Ir. Thomas is working at the ] Methodist Y o u t h Fellowship Frank Carpenter, Monday. I-~me Star Gas plant this weekt meets Sunday evening at 6:15 p. r~ .~ jm. The pastor will brin~ his rues- Mrs. Vernon I~oberson andMe- Mrs. Charles " McMurrey and t sage on the first chapter, of Eph-e- linda visited her parents, Mr. and childrenof Garland visitedherlsian 1:1-14 for the first lesson Mrs. Wild in Dallas, last week.oarents,Mr and Mrs. BillMe-I n the book of Ephesians. All o ' Go, /Meth dist are urged to study! Mrs A J Arrin m and Glen ' EphesiarLs as a background for the da visited her son, 'thgte Atfred Dun- John Horrac: MeClintock of[study ,"One Witness in One lops and went shopping in Tv-iCommerce spent the week-end[W rld'' let Saturday. with hm paren'ts, Mr. and Mrs. J. ] On Monday the Woman's So ' o H. McClintock ]ciet~ of Christian Service wilt Don Wilbanks of Arlington - " o- |mee~ at 2:00 p. m. to continue the spent the week-end with his par- Mr. and Mrs Lee Sexton and|study of Genesis led by Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilbanks. Bu~ch of Forney visited Mr and |Gemge Uhrich. o Mrs. W. C. Flc~ning Jr. "Sunday.| Wednesday, at 7:00 p. m. the The TP&L Maintenance crew o |Choir Practice will be held, Mrs. that are working in Waco were Mr and Mrs. Ernest Jock and lTob~ Counts, director. home for the week-end, children, Sam, Kay, and Cathy [ . o o spent the week-end in ImmpasasJ%OMAN S SOCIETY Larry Story of Arlington spentwith their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ri-/BUSINESS, SOCIAL the week-end ~th his parents, Mr.ley (Baldy) Jock and children.| The Woman's Society of Chris- ana ~lrs. w. r. ~tory. ,~-T~-~ -.2-.-- e. [tian Service met for their reg- o ~t,t.~ ~--,l~'rs #ular monthly business and social. Mrs. Lloyd Johnston carrie~l her little granddaughter, Julie Abee, to her home in Mesquite last O Albert Heickman visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Heickman recently. Mis~ Sharon Wheat, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Tolbert and who is attending North Texas University, spent Friday night with Miss Judy Gas- ton. O J. T. Franklin of Conway, Ar- kansa.~ visited his brother, the R. H. Franklins, Sunday. Other guesta in the Franklin home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham and boys of Malakoff. Mrs. W. E. Green visited her daughter and aunt, Miss Carolyn Green and Mrs. Fannie Mac More- head were in Dallas last week. Miss Linda Brown, owner of the Bar B Que Care is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Steve vis- ited hi~ relatives in Grand Saline i Saturday. -O Mires Jeanie I~nd and her room- mate, Miss Patty Dingler of DaD laz spent the day Wedne~hy with Jeanie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Land. The Bank of Service and Trust on Commerce Street in Dallas where Miss Jeanie Land works, were sponsors of Miss Land in the "Mist Down Town Dallas," con- test which was held i~ the Lone Star Auditorium, Sunday. Bob Miller and Sue Gilbert of Abilene were week=end guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. V. H.-Tolbert of Tyler spent Friday night with Mrs. Lloyd Harris. By LILLIAN BRADSHAW The Pioneer Club of Trinidad met at the home of Mrs. Paul Lewis Tuesday afternoon at 3:45 and all reported a most wonderful meeting. The business time of the club was disposed of in short order so that the rest of the afternoon could be devoted to the planne~ program. Each member brought one or more antiques or relics from their home and gave its age and his. tory. The next meeting will be held at thc home of Mrs. Bill Freeman at 3:4,~ and the theme for the day will b~ "Texas Our Texas." Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston joined her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Hartless in Jacksonville and they spent the week-end in Groves with their sister, M~. Oran Car- nos and niece Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bozeman and a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Alman Demma and family in Vidor. They " returned by Naeogdochtm and~ two other isters, Mrs C. S. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Camlf~lL Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hiram have returned home after visiting their son, Bellow, who is ill in San An- tonio. COKE PARTY Mrs. Lloyd Harris entertained with a "Coke Party" Friday night. Those attending were, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Johnati~ ~r. and Mrs. D. L. MeCmeld~ Mdr. and Mrs. John Qninn, of ~'fmidad, and Mr. and Mrs. Y. If. Tolbert of Tyler. "O" Mrs. I~rdin Airheart a n d Gloria and Mrs. James Johnston and Kern were in Dallas Monday. -- "C-- -- Mr. and Mr~ G. W. Holoomb visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Pat i Holcomb and Jill in Plano. Mr. and M~. Lloyd Johnston were in Corsleana Saturday. The meeting opened with a wel- come to all by Mrs. French. A song, '~ro the Work," was sun~ by the group with Mrs. O. B. Stanfield giving the prayer. Mrs. O. B. Stanfield gave a re- port on the World Day Prayer, which will be held at First Metho- dist Church March 5th, with a covered dish luncheon. Members of the WSCS will help with the desserts for the Cham- ber of Commerce dinner for the new residents, which will be held at a later date. Mrs. Fleming gave a very in- teresting program on "A New Age Opens New Doors." Mrs. C. C. Wright gave the scripture, Mark 2:21-22. Mrs. Edna Landridge dismissed the meeting with prayer. Ten members were present. A social hour followed with Mrs. George Black and Mrs. O. B. Stanfield as hostesses. O BIRTHDAY G gETINGS TO Milburn Johm~n Feb. 14 R. H. Lanier Feb. 14 Vickie ~ Feb. 14 I~vid M. Lohman Feb. 14 Johnny Lindsey Feb. 15 Jim Bradshaw Feb. 15 Johr, French Feb. 16 Mrs. Edna COpe Feb. 18 Red Ridgeway Feb. 18 Dawn Ann Lundy Feb. 19 ----------Ev.-------- Faint Baptist Church The Trinidad First Baptist Church had 80 in ~nday School Sunday with a collection of $154.39. The B. S. U. of the Henderson Ceunty Junior College had charge of the morning service. There were 23 in Training Un- ion Sunday night. O Jack D. Johnston returned to his home in Bloomfield, New Mex- ico last Tue~lay after spending several days with h/s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Johnston. 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