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February 17, 1983

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L The Malskoff News, Thursday, Feb. 17, IlM~-TA I , I I IIIIlll, P tl l 6y Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Stanfield, building committee of the United Methodist willbe the chef for the charcoal dinner following Sunday service on Feb. 27, The young couples are in charge meal. is invited. All proceeds the dinner will go to the building for the church. Mr. Barney GunneRs, owner of City Chamber sets date Cleaners, has returned home from for Trinity Jandmree Lakeland Medical Center. Mrs. Irma Lee White, our Tool news correspondent, returned home Friday after being in Navarro Hospital, Cor- sicarm. Peggy Airheart of Duncanville was here on Wednesday to bring her father, Mr. Freeman Miller, home from of Kingsland visited last Navarro Hospital. and Monday with her mother,J.C. Peebles entered Navarro m. Nena Wright. They enjoyed lunch Memorial with pneumonia on Saturday. Mrs. Jessie Stanfleld was an out patient from Baylor, getting tests this past week. Bro. Dan Baler's sermon was discovering of the equlpper, Matthew 9: 35-38. Special music by the choir. Deacon of the week at First Baptist is Jim Carter. On Tuesday night, Feb. 15th, the Ruth Sunday School class of First Baptist, had their Valentine party at the church. On Sat. Feb. 26 at 6:00 p.m. there will be a cookout at the First Baptist Church for youth in grades 7 through 12. Following the cookout there will be a film, "Super Christian." The United Methodist MYF will be attending the Dallas Mavericks game on Saturday. Feb. 19. The youth will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Sat. They will also be, eating their dinner at the Spaghetti Warehouse. Bro. Tim Edwards' message on Sunday was "Close Encounters", Luke 9:28-36. Special music at the United Methodist Church was "I Know The Lord Laid His Hands On Me", Nancy McDonald, piano, accompanied by Ann Rounsavall, Mondo Renterla and Gaylon Johnson. The Church of Chirst members will be attending the hymn song service in Malakoff on Sunday, Feb. 20, 2:30 p.m. Points on Monday. Calvary Baptist Church had a dog and nacho supper following night services on Feb. 13th. social. senior faculty basketball game held in the Trinidad gym on 15th, 7:00 p.m. This is an event for the senior class. ALL senior class. High School senior mere- attended a seminar on Friday, llth, at Cayuga, Richard Martins and son Jeffrey a couple of days in Garland with welcome home to Mrs. who returned home s on Saturday after from hip surgery since She thanks her many friends for cards, letters and stay in Dallas. / and Jerrl McElroy and and Jeffrey Martin took David Feb. 5, to Love Field to fly out for the weekend. They tp. Edith Mcciintock returned after being in Navarro Bradshaw entered Athens Medical Center Hospital on Trinidad Chamber met Monday, Feb. 7, 7 p.m. for the regular monthly meeting and business. President Er- nest Jenkins gave welcome to the group, followed by prayer by James Johnston. Major Jenkins commended the First Baptist Church and the V.F.W. for their help in getting food baskets to the needy of our community. A discussion on the Trinidad Homecoming and the Trinity River Jamboree was held. The date for this will be Sept. 16 and 17. This will be the biggest event of the year for our city and it will take everyone working together to make it successful. Mrs. Mona Craig's daughter, Ashley of Tyler, visited Sunday with grand- parents. A special reminder to all Trinidad cry home owners. There is a 40 percent exemption ff you go over to Athens Apprasal District in Athens and sign up for your exemption. The deadline will be March 2 for those of you who would like to sign up for major council member. Election day is April 2nd. The oil drilling on Mr. H.F. Warren's place is continuing this next week with a work over rig for more testing. They The Church of Christ Ladies Bible Class met Wednesday, I0 a.m. Their study leader gave the lesson from I Chronicles, chapter 13 through 21. Seven members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson visited in Houston with their children. Wretha Barfoot returned home with her husband Eddie after being here for the past three weeks with her sister, Edith Young, who is recuperating from hip surgery. Bible Study held 1 to at Greenh on CEDAR CREEK LAKE irsery Come see why so many Malakoff ! folks shop with us. OPEN 7 DAYS ~. SUN. - 11:30-5:00 i Hwy. 274 432-3497 2 mi. 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A fresh start clinic, for those wishing to quit smoking, will be held at the TP&L building on March 3, 10, 17, 24. This will be conducted by Linda Carnes. Twenty will be registered in the class. Trinidad School Menu February 21 - February 25 Monday: Vegetable soup, crackers, french fried potatoes, cookies, milk or drink. Tuesday: Hot dogs with bun, mustard, ketchup, navy baked beans, french fries, milk. Wednesday: Hamburger, french fries, ketchup, mustard, pickles, drink. Thursday: Vegetable beef stew, hot biscuits, steamed rice, milk or drink. Friday: Cheesburgers, french fries, pinto beans, mustard, ketchup, pickles, drink. DAIRY PRODUCTS LEADER New Zealand is the world's largest exporter of dairy products and the second largest exporter of wool. Seventy million sheep live in New Zealand farms along with 3 million dairy cows, and together they account for 64 percent of the nation's export income. "I'm not deaf! I just can't understand some words." If this is your problem ... 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