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By Mrs. J.W. White Ithe 112 in Sunday School last Many more came for services. They miss a by not coining to Sunday is going right along on our We now need carpet, piano and a few inside the ground will be worked mrking lot. Hiliger has been really Corsicana hospital. We miss one of our deacons) and his in our church. She is a Venable has been in a Dallas He had surgery early last but was able to be back in ser- T. Flippe is sick and was to enter a Tyler hospital on y hurts? Most of us have been "chilled to now and then when out of this does no lasting harm. A up the body ,in. overexposure to the cold is a serious health isn't much the first-aider can Bring the vic- a warm room as soon as wet clothes and wrap blankets Add additional as available. Get medical at- Medical Association's of First Aid and Emergency TIGERS ......... 46 Franlmton ........... 60 ......... 47 Canton ............... 46 .... `57, Kemp ................ 34 .... 55 Canton ............... 52 .... M Nechw .............. `51 ......... 42 K~ .............. 89 ...... ~ Wustwond ............ 44 ...... ~I l~hank ............. 36 t ........... 46 L4tPoynor ............ SO ......... 40 Brownsboro .......... SO ....... 41Frankston ........... 49 .... 56 Mahank ............. 48 11 ........... SO Brownsboro .......... 34 a ........ 40 Whitehouse .......... 6O 0.. i i 441 BiB Sandy ............ 52 11 ........... 60 Mlneola .............. .54 .... 64 Cayuga .............. 48 11 ......... 63 T.K. German ........ `52 11 ........... ~ Cayuga .............. 51 a ........... 38 "Crockett ............ ......... 43 *Rusk ............... 32 ........ 61 "Teague ............. 67 ........ ,53 "Westwood ........... 44 ~ml.m Reem'd I~! "Diltrllct Recw'd 4P4D TIGERETTES Canton ............... 53 Athens ............... 50 Canton ............... 4i Hillsboro ............ Neches .............. 32 Kerem .............. 45 Westwood ............ 44 Enn/s ................ 48 Chapel Hill ........... 42 Frankston ........... 26 Carthage ............ s? Browmbero .......... 57 ............... 39 Brovmsboro .......... .51 Athens ............... 34 Ennls ................ ell At}mm5 ............... Rusk ............... 45 Teague ............. 39 Westw0~l ........... 51 Fairfield ............ 46 Crockett ............ 48 Rusk ............... 29 Teague ............. 26 "Wmtwood ........... 75 8eas~ Record 1~i3 Sunday. Grandmother Willie Johnson was with them over the weekend. Rodney Johnson, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Winston, spent a few more days in a Dallas hospital. His stay there was made brighter with a telephone call from Roger Staubach. Mrs. Susie Belie Rushing passed away on Saturday night. Serv/ce arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Kate Venable is due to enter the' hospital on Monday to have surgery on Wednesday. Many of our people have been sick with flu and colds. Miss Andrea White was honored with a bridal shower on Sunday afternoon. Members of the Ruth Class were hostesses at the Providence church Sunday School room. CLAY ESTES may Care points out that chilling occurs when there is decreased blood cir- culation to the body surface, due to narrowing of the blood vessels in the skin from the cold. Muscles in the body also contract. Shivering and shaking associated with chills produce heat in the body, thus allowing the body temperature to rise. Do not use hot water bottles or heating pads to speed warming of the sufferer. Warm drinks and liquids such Clay Estes named new The Malakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 12, 1981---9A vice president Clay Ester was elected vice president and chief real estate appraiser for The First National Bank of Corsicana, ac- cording to an announcement following the January 20, lg81 meeting of the bank's Boarder Directors. Estes is a member of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers - Senior Residential Appraisers, and American Association of Certified Appraisers - Certified Appraiser, Senior He also serves as a director and chief appraiser of Old Reliable Mortgage Company, a subsidiary of First Ban- carp, Inc TRINIDAD - Senior post Glenn Boyd hit an inside shot as time expired here Tuesday night to lift the Trinidad Trojans past Dawson's Bulldogs, 40-39, in a contest that had an exciting, yet controversial, finish. With the win the Trojans remain atop the District 43A standings with a per- fect 3-0 ledger and move their season worksheet to 9-10. After trailing by one, 10-9 at the end of the first quarter the Trojans rallied in the second behind the inside play of Boyd. Charles Caiman, who pumped in seven first quarter points, Vincent Norris and Brad Elsom provided firepower to give the Trojans a 23-17 advantage at the half. Kyle Floyd opened the second half with a 15-foot jumper to move the Trojans into a 25-17 lead. The Trojans sandwiched three field goals and two free throws around two Dawson buckets in the closing minutes to take a 33-21 lead going into the final period. The Bulldogs mounted a furious comeback attempt as the final chapter got underway. With 5:10 left to he played Dawson had cut Trinidad's lead to 35-27. After another Bulldog two- pointer at the 4:11 mark the Trojans employed their stalling offense. The stalling tactic backfired on the Trojans as Dawson began fouling and the Trojans were unable to connect on the free throws. At this point Dawson reeled off six unanswered points to knot the score at 35-35 with 2:04 remaining. With 1:32 to go Boyd made a clean steal and converted a layup to tem- porarily put the Trojans in front Dawsongot the answering bucket with 1:03 left. Boyd was fouled at the 45 left Dawson forced-up a long range the jaws of defeat when Floyd tosSed a jumper that fell short of the basket, long pass downcourt to Boyd, who Boyd went airborne to grab the short tossed in the game winner at the buz- effort and was quickly called for zer. goaltending, which gave Dawson a 39-38 TROJANS lead with only one second showing on PLAYER FG FT PF TP the clock. At this point a long and GlennBoyd...............4 7 I 15 Kyle Floyd ................ 2 0 2 4 heated conference at midcourt occured Charle~ Coleman.......... 6 1 i 13 between Trinidad school officials and Vincent Norris ............ 1 0 3 2 the game's officials. Brad Elsom ............... 2 0 2 4 Jimmy Carter ............ l 0 I 2 After the debate delay the cool- MartyNewton ........... 0 0 0 0 headed Trojans snatched victor.v from TOTAl,8 ................. 16 8 10 40 Trinidad school menu FEBRUARY 16-20 Monday: Sloppy jaRs, pork and beans, mashed potatoes, fruit, milk Tuesday: Fish sticks, pinto beans, french fries, hot rolls, fruit salad, milk. Wednesday: Fried chicken and gravy, buttered peas, buttered potatoes, hot rolls, jello, milk. Thursday: Vegetable soup, sandwiches, sliced cheese, peanut butter cookies, milk. - Friday: Hamburgers, salad, french fries, pinto beans, fruit, jeilo, milk. Cross Roads school menu FEBRUARY 16-20 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Pig-n-blanket, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Thursday: Sweet rolls, juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk LUNCH Monday: Frito pie, pinto beans, corn, cornbread, pudding, milk. Tuesday: Macaroni and cheese sauce, blackeyed peas, spinach, jello, milk. Wednesday: Chicken vegetable soup, pimento and cheese sandwich, crackers, cake, milk. Thnrsday: steak fingers and gravy, buttered rice, green beans, hot rolls, syrup, milk. Friday: Sloppy joes, tater tots, pickles, cheese squares, fruit, milk. as tea or thin soup are helpful, if the second mark and went to the line for the Malakoff school meuu victim is not nauseated From nA@e one bonus situation. He connected the front ....... - ...... r-~ .... end of the one-and-one to give Trinidad FEBRUARY 16-20 r rosmite appears as greyisn or 1 Monda. Chickens a .... ........... Investioation of ,h ......... ..,.... a 38-37 ead. y. p ghettl, green beans, apple slices, garlnc bread, milk. wnltlSn patcnes on exposea llesn, 5 ,,,,= ,.v,,,a.~ .,s.,,=~ "' ' Tuesda Baked ham ...... b" Garland MeMuite and Dallas After gaining possession from the Y: ,baickeyedpeas, sweet potatoes, h0trolls, mllk. usuany me nose, cneezs or ears. ;, , misqr,~ fr.~ th ..... n .... o^,, ~ Wednesda,~. Hamburg, ors lott,,,;e t ...... . ..... ,.:_ ~,-- .I, t ~ , d~t~otlvoe lad tn th~ f|li.ln iwlth th~ ~.~ ~ vsiiv~ Ll~vvovts ~.,a.is~U ~ j. ~.~ , v., i.uq.. , ~ts,ct-w.~O, tDIt.-Ixt~O, uallalli2 ~iiUg~, it~l~blll rl-~sers anu toes a.so are special ,roar............................ ...... , ...;o. o. o,...., .... ...~ ...-t. cu,~ milk ..... F r ..,~-,,u. i~il.ll i%/Olll.xWlil~ iJli L|l~ i,~luli~l~,. , I~F~'~, bite targets Frostbite is similar to a oste case, 1 i t " Thursda Hot do s ' ' .... : .......... ,i,1... ...... .... ,._., E ect ng o play for the final shot the y: g , mustard and relish, baked beans, spinach, cherry cake, nurn In im eziecz on me txx~y, warming ,,:= -,o-~??, ~,u ~?~ m~ u*,uaaw~ ~mu Bulldogs worked the ball around far milk. of the frozen part and a quick trip to the purcnasea me marina m uecem er, tie .................................. Frida-'. Pi ....................... .......... was found in his recliner chair on "^ uu~me the perimeter, wzm six secon~ y. ~z,u, uutt~l-L--N~ Carl1, orangeslices, milK. ooczor or nospir.al is ImpertanL u~ . last Wednesday in January with a .22 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Do not follow the long discredited caliber bullet wound behind his right ::::::: ......................................................... " ................................................... ""'''"''''"""""'''"" ........................ ............. ::::!:! treatment of rubbing snow on the frozen ear. Seven Points police were first :i:i:i: :i:i:i: flesh This only delays thawing and called to the scene and then called in i:i:iii I "In " "ln k ii!i!iI makes the damage worse, the other agencies. :i:!::: i 'l ll / ll ll ll Disaster lea n assistance cs]u lflOll' fi!!il Call 489.0531 .... deadline ext, nded 60 days Notices and persona, 1 For Sale Miscellaneous 9 WorkWahted 13 Services 16 The filing deadline for obtaining apply to those who could not borrow $~.~o; Pedicuro-'$1S; Sculpturednotls ~9-16B6,~-(~27. ' ~ disaster loan assistance from the U.S. from commercial, private or non- - $25, Nancy . 4Bt-0B69. (I.espo's) .YOUR Ve OAORE-Zen,h no. 0 111 mOW Varfl_q.(/| Ibl R | R 1/ I Small Business Administration has federal sourc 6751577 .... es. The interest rate on ......... pr.m rlr ,,, .:;:--_-:.-_::.'.::.-_-_:_ o n :""-" "-" l been extended for 60 days. The filing Economic Injury loans is 8V4% Loan r.ra af Tk nle ~ models redt~.ed for quick sole..Also ~ YARD TRIMMING WORK [l'l/t II ..... vo u v ,ua.n~ 4 used trade-in refrigerators, deep deadhne affects those who exparienced maturitlesareestabhshedbySBAloan ~ ff ..... ,,.,.4 .4.,,-- ~ doff ld~7 ~ II lllUOIIBr-I I~O m dr .......... "- ..... " ...... '"'-" ought damages to farms, ranchesofficers in accordance with the ap- IW~ILDLIKI:TOTHANK~w~rvo~o Ph ~-~emc. nnd.,.,rd,~,.. ~ ~ q~'O~'Jl-~l ~ ~ A.,,;l~,kl^ and related enterprises in Texas. plicant's ability to repay the loan. -- io"~l-#lOwl~'s,-pl~ers, ond--"kh'ld E. Hti~r-,31,''~i~-klkofl"]- ........... ~ I ..ffi..?.IIOII-.~UIE. I The new filing deadline is April 13, dmds rocenfly shown rrm, and to -- . . []. llllliA T,l,itHfll 1981, for physical drought losses-crop Farmers, ranchers and other s on dk ts :;m,B Business Opportunities 14 | u.,m ,amw r~o tot W34mr gJ1~ QrK3 Y~OWOfS ~ !osses,_pasture damages,, loss of busineeesses.may inquire a~ut the SBA~ G, od'Id~se~hofyou ' + duty, Blue Mallard C~sn Shop ,89- ~ n ,~ofl fl~Tfl n UVestOCK, etc. ror economic injury tarmaisaster]oanprogramtromeither ~hnnklAndrtwl0045 ...... ~r~.,~,.~.,r.r~,, -- [] m~O~mUOI 3 [] WOnlMKI to OWn ~ oporQ~e a c..Qt~ losses, the new deadline will be July13, the Austin Farm Disaster Branch Of- orcorlfe~fionvendlngroute Mo'okc n - ;[_,:,:_:,-l 1981, This extension will anow farmers lice at 5555 Lamar Street, Austin, Real Est to For Sale 4 .o.o ndm or. P,ea=t m muasmT m more time to calculate losses due to a Texas, 512/456-1851 or at the Lubbock ~ g ][ busim~s. High profit items. Con stort Complete $299 95 rt t,me A or ex ence not late harvest season. SBA Farm Disaster Branch Office at I ....... " .... ", I .pa ' . ge. per. YOUR TELEPHONE SECRETARY! 8:00 The interest rates on SBA h Slcal 7o ,c-* im-ll I .c r,'~_C ]j important Requires car and $1644 to p y' 720 Texas Avenue, Lubbock, Texas . . to 5:00. Monday through Friday. loss disaster loans are either 5% or 806/762-7481. The SBA also maintains a ll mm-rt, "p.mrli IFURNITURE CENTER . $5376cl1. ca~, ,nv~r, tn'~ot.. I '--ustriFr details..__ Professionol Answering Service. Coll 8 ndln ' 2"~EASTHWY 31 a tOll trlHt taQe Ino ~, I-~JU- 6759269 l/i%, depe g upon the borrower s tool free number- 800-252-9726 for your t n_d_