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bridal shower honoring Sheri bride-elect of Clint Cross, was Feb. 16 in the Fellowship First Baptist Church. Guests signing the bride's book, from 7- bride's chosen colors of white carried out with yellow in white bud vase at the book and yellow and white in the centerpiece at the table. White cake squares, and yellow punch were served to The Malakoff News, Thursday, By Mrs. W. C Fleming, Jr. I iY the guests. Many lovely and useful gifts were opened and displayed on the tables. The invitation list was extended to 75. The hostesses for the occasion were Donna Renteria, Frances Estes, Robbie Floyd, Betty Sanders, Patsy Tidmore, Odessa Airheart, Ann Rounsavall, Kay Stanfield, Glenna Green and Cleora Fleming. The wed- ding will be March 20 in the Christian Church, Corsicana, with the Rev. Bill Robinson officiating. with Rev. and Mrs. Pete Pulley and daughter, Karmen, who has just gotten out of Baylor Hospital after having lung surgery. Word was received from Dallas on Sunday that Eddie Paul Helner was seriously ill. Members of the Calvary Baptist Church held the Sunday aRernoon preaching service at Cedar Lake Nursing Home with Bro. Bill Watson giving the message. David Lohman led the singing. Our sympathy to the family of Linda Sue Berry, 39. Services were held Saturday at 11 a.m. in Paschal Funerl Home Chapel of Kerens. Thelma Moore entered Navarro County Hospital and is scheduled for knee surgery. John French was taken to Memorial Hospital in Athens Saturday night around I0 o'clock. He is in ICU but is improving. Gospel concert set Trinidad Chamber of Commerce will be presenting a gospel concert with free admission featuring Billy Abbe singers with Sarah Franklin. Also, the Trinidad Lakeside Singers will be singing. If you like good gospel music please attend at Trinidad High auditorium Saturday, Feb. 21, 7 p.m. Dora Peebles and Billie Taffee were in Athens on Saturday for luncheon and meeting on Mary Kay sales. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee McGee of Marlar were in Tyler last Tuesday for a doctor's appointment. Calvary Baptist Church had their churchwide Valentine banquet Friday, Feb. 13. Bro. Bobby Parker of Tyler presented the program. It was enjoyed by around 30 people. Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Stanfield. A welcome was given to the 20 members present and a special welcome to new member, Mrs. Flora Belle Robb. Mrs. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Ephesians 5. Mrs. Jim Williams gave the opening prayer. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Gladys Yates. Our home on McEntire was among the homes on the block on Tuesday night, when the wind was blowing so hard the electric wires whipped together and shot green sparks, arcing out the line and knocking out the transformer. We were without elec- tricity and heating from 6:30 until 9 p.m., but made it fine with our lamps and candles. Thanks to the special TP&L crew for their great efficiency, we had heat and lights. Gary Don Elsom had his 13th bir- thday Feb. 13 and was treated to an afternoon of skating in Corsleana. Those who shared the afternoon with him were Brant and Bryan Hiler, Ryan Renteria, Chad Rounsavall and Shong Airheart. I received a beautiful red carnation corsage from my newest neighbor, Mrs. Clyde Goodwin, for Valentine's Day. I really appreciate it. Tyler were here on Saturday for a visit It has been requested by the Tdnldad i with the McCrackins and Ethel McGee. Fire Department that when it is Freddie and Myrtle Cude were in necessary to call the police, don't call Houston to attend a funeral of a friend the fire department. The police number on Wednesday morning, is 778-2113, Trinidad; county jail is 675- Here visiting with the L.T. BlythJ 2612, Athens. When the fire department were daughter, Betty Ann Young of phone rings, it wakes up around 20 Arkansas, and Mrs. Blyth's sister, Mrs. people andthey are busy with fires and Joyce Benett of Clarksville, Ark. going with the rescue unit. They can't Trinidad Nutrition Meals Program take time to answer police calls. enjoyed a Valentine meal. Jo Rose read Mrs. Annie Knight of Athens spent a Valentine poem for the group.Saturday night with Mrs. Edith Mc- Mrs. Lilla Quinn returned home from Clintock. Navarro Hospital on Thursday. We discover the joy of living by the Alex and Hazel Johnston and Geneva ndnl we express to others. STUDENTS at Trinidad High School are Anna Ochoa and John according to a vote by the student body recently. (Courtesy Photo) ternoon cleaning the cafeteria. ~, ~, Billy Earl Watson of Garland visited ~ t; with his parents, Bro. and Mrs. Bill ~, / Watson, this weekend and also grand- son Jeremy of Brownsboro, and grand- i ~: daughter Alisha. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Story and # Church of Christ Ladies Bible The Lohmans, McEiroys, Martins for their and Shirley Watson attended the Mercy in Genesis. Following the River Boys concert at the Cayuga Drive the ladies went to Corsicana Baptist Church in Athens Saturday and to goods night. They also enjoyed a good Mexican dinner before attending the to former resident singing. Love upon being selected for the list for academic ac- Valentine Dance at Abilene Christian where she is a senior. Trinidad FHA held their Valentine Bankston, Trinidad senior, is dance and supper Saturday, 7 p.m., in the church bulletiin for the the decorated school cafeteria with of Christ and is doing an ex- Mrs. Cleda Freeman sponsoring the ob. couples. A pot luck, covered-dish meal Pearl Yates' son visited with her was enjoyed by all, including the three weekend, cakes the students had made for the and Bobby LaPrade and occasion. FHA girls spent Sunday af- Mt. Pleasant visited with J.C. Peebles Saturday and Sun- FHA members appreciate support that the community FHA in their sales in silk ements. Over 550 roses lovely arrangements. Green and Frances visited the Jones family in of Trojan boys began their round on district play and won were of district but have games ahead with Wortham Tuesday, Feb. 17, and will Dawson Feb. 20 and over to for the last game Feb. 24. has done an excellent job daughters of Fort Worth visited with her parents, Jim and Alice Gaston. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnston of Mt. Pleasant visited on Monday with their i daughter, Mrs. Donna Renteria. David Lohman celebrated his 19th birthday Valentine's Day. To help celebrate were his grandmothers, Jerri McElroy and Dorothy Lohman, his parents, Bobby and Sandy Lohman, Larry Lohman, Susan McElroy, Richard, Sharon Martin and Jeffery, Bro. and Mrs. Bill Watson, Billy Earl and Jeremy, Alisha Durham. They also MOST ATHLETIC students at Trinidad HIO kh~ol for IMI are Lorl Tldmore and Vincent Norris. The students were elected by the student body in recent elec- tions. (Courtesy Photo) Myrtle Cude and Janice ate supper at Down Mexico Way. spent Friday aRernoon Would like to remind anyone wishing the Fellowship Hall of First to file for mayor or two places on two- Church for the Valentine year terms on the city council to do so dinner on Friday evening, before Marg.h 4.. Baler gave the devotional Recent guests in the home of Mag before the evening meal. Ridgway were her children, Kay, enjoyed the good food and Robert Garcia, Stephanie and David A bud vase of flowers was Leopard of Houston. the couple who were Frances Godwin of Arkansas visited and had been married the with her sister, Mrs. Coy Houghton. iT his went to Robert and Gladys gThe Mankin Assembly of God had a ,53 years married. They areood attendance of 33 at Sunday of Nadine Colvin. The who was married the least were Kathi and Bro. which is eight years. had a great time and are forward to next year's unit carried Mr. Floyd ;to Navarro Hospital at midnight suffering from a heart attack. placed in ICU in serious con- and Resa Bragdon are visiting and Mrs. Bill Watson of Church while they are depuation work before going field in Japan. They are Ind. was home for the from Cushing. * Refrigerators . Freezers * Washers . Dryers * lV's. Radios. Ceiling Fans * Air (.omI,tioners A Favori .ll s Petites ClmI Clmdm O0 morning services. On Thursday, Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., they will be having special guests at their services, Bro. Wayne Jumper on guitar and Bro. Tracy Jumper on violin. Bro. Sam Jack of Eustace will be preaching at Mankin Assembly of God on Sunday, Feb. 22. I wrote a special welcome to Willie Hargett, our new head football coach, in the Jan. 29 news. The school board has accepted Mr. Hargett's resignation because of illness in his family. 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