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Page 8 Trinidad News. ::: .. ill Dr. J.T. Lamar McNew of ° will be in the Trinidad nited Methodist Church on March 20 at 10:30 a.m. for a very special workshop and awitness service after the .qSunday services, a covered bdish luncheon will be held in he Educational Building f:ll are mwted, so come and bring a dish of food. The Dorcus Sunday ,chool Class members met ain the home of Mrs. Jim Williams on McEntire in ,rinidad on Thursday, Feb• W37 at 2:30 p.m . Mrs. Hollis @]ines presided over the Lneeting with nine members ,,present•,_ Cake and coffee was Ierved by the hostesses. '"1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrheart and daughters of Duncanville visited ; Saturday with parents. are. George Olson pre- . nted each member with a ,mall book called "The ;anctuary". which is a daily :43ible Reading with lessons to be used during lent. ,Methodist Women Trinidad United ilethodist Women met onday at. 3 p.m., Feb. 14. Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. gave a welcome to the guest speaker, Mrs. Cecil Lee, and to the ladies of the Malakoff United Methodist Women. song "A Charge to Keep" ng by" the group with Mrs• Lovena Irvin of Malakoff iaying the piano, followed y a prayer by Mrs• Alice [riglat. Mrs. Cecil Wallace ve a devotional and prayer "Love". Mrs. George Olson introduced the peaker, Mrs. Cecil Lee of Key Ranch Estates, who gave a devotional and 'howed slides of the Islands of Philippines. A social hour followed with the refresh- ent table center piece of .1 tulips with Mrs. Cecil Wallace pouring punch and c0okies to about 30 people. [k00ster Club " Trinidad Booster Club tho school cafeteria honoring all basketball players. Basketball films were shown and Coach Joe Stubblefield. Coach Bennie King, and Coach Ben Cates recognized the players, giving the wins and loses. Sixty-two attend- ed enjoying cokes, and cake. On Friday, Feb. 18. at 7 p.m. a large crown attended the Seniors vs the Trinidad Faculty members. The Senior girls won their game over the Lady Faculty team. The Men's Faculty won by a score of 49-29 over the Senior boys. It was a fun game, but with 3 coaches, Band Teacher, Science Teacher, Agri. Teacher, and Supt., how could you lose. Coach Joe Stubblefield shot around 10% • Bill Tart and Mondo Renteria did a good job as free referees. The Seniors made around $175 on gate fees. Mrs. Laura McEntire celebrated her 61 birthday with a surprise birthday party on Feb. 17 in the home of Beth and Ray Reever. Mrs• McEntire's birthday $,mests included Mr. and Mrs. Alan Clay. Paradise Bay; Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Clay, Palestine; Randy Clay, Paradise Bay; Della McEntire, Trinidad; Maude Goodwin, Paradise Bay; Murphy and Mable McEntire. Pat and Leland Williams, Sandy, Bob, and Paul David Lohman, Bro. and Mrs. Bliss and children, Susan and Jerry McElroy, KellY Lee, Mariann Smalling, Sharon Martin, Rusty Wood, Sam and Theda Craig, all of Trinidad• Everyone enjoyed birthday cake and punch. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace were in Dallas Sunday to pick up their children, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace of Caribou, Maine, Rev. and Mrs. Earl King, Mr. and Ml:s. Jim Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stubble- field, and Mr• and Mrs. James Johnson. Mary Arnold worked in Athens at the Cottage Ceramics Shop while the owners, Ann Arnold and Nannie Gibb. .1 were on a buying trip m Longview• Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent, Travis, and Rae Ann visited her parents, the M.E. Niells in Oklahoma over the weekend• Accompanying them were Mrs. Kent's sister, Mrs. Rita Manzel- mann and daughter, Mikki of Tyler. The Calvary Baptist GMA had a bake sale on Saturday. They collected $87.00. Mr. and Mrs. Milburn Johnston were in Jackson- ville on Sunday. Brandy Bankston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs• David Bankston, is visiting with her grandparents, the Chandlers and Bankstons. Kathy and Stanley Marlow of Houston visited with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Marlow over the weekend. A 42 party was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rose on Saturday evening• Those attending were the Tommy Stanfields, the W.C. Flemings, the Curtis Moores, the Sam Stogners, and the Cecil Wallaces. Services were held in the fellowship hall of the First Baptist Church on Sunday, Feb. 20, as construction is underway with remodeling. Mrs. Willie Davis of Ft. Worth visited this past week with her brothers and sister Mrs. Ethel Prime, Mr. Claud Johnson. Mrs. Edd Smith of Dallas visited with her daughter. Mrs. Ben Cares, on Monday• Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jarret who are here for a visit. The Youth of the First Baptist were treated to a pizza dinner at the James Johnson home and a skating party in Corsicana. nembers held a party Accompanying them were asday Feb: 15; 7:: in OUR INTEREST IS IN YOU Associati00 Malakoff 502 E. Royall 489-1957 Wednesday, March 2  Kodak paper. For a Good look at the Times of Your Life. '" ENGAGED-- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tucker. Point of View, Cedar Creek Lake, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Ronda Claire to Eugene O. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ora White of Montrose, Colo. The ceremony is to be held at 8 Jackson of Ft. Worth visited Sunday after noon with the Bryan Jacksons. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Billy C• Newton from Port Neches Freeman, 250 Lynn St., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Trinidad. were given a MALAKOFF NEWS p.m. Friday, June 10, at the Church of Christ in Kemp. The bride-elect is a graduate of Trinidad High School and is attending Henderson County Jr. College. The bride-groom elect is present- ly employed at Gibson Discount Center in Seven Points. I rusty i! Obituaries: ! :i: " ! rene Riddlesperger Dement Dement of Tyler; two Horton, Gary Lewis, daughters, Mrs. Mary Lee Dennis McCain. i Creed of Plana and Mrs ......  ..... • xlaro10 A le xq7 . Debra Sue Carpenter of PP . . 4 Tyler: two sisters, Mrs. Fay' Funeral services Riddlesperger Lewis of Mrs. Irene Riddlesperger Dement. 61, of 1423 Hub- bard St. Tyler, passed away at 9:15 p.m. Saturday in a Tyler hospital after a lengthly illness. She was a native of Malakoff and had lived in Tyler for 27 years. She was a retired school teacher and a member of the Glenwood United Methodist Church. She also held two life memberships in the Parent- Teachers Association, was a member of the Texas State Teachers Association and Texas Classroom Teachers Association. Services were 4 p.m. Monday in the Lloyd James Chapel with Rev. David Williamson officiating• Interment will be in the Tyler Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors include John A. Trinidad VFD To Sponsor Circus Mar. 7 Trinidad Fire Department members will sponsor a circus on March 7 at the Little League Ball Park. There will be two" per- formances at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased for $1.50 from fi-emen or $2 at the circus grounds. Members of the Trinidad Nutritions Meals Program enjoyed a Tuesday morning of crafts, picture plaques were made• Ray Kent and mother, Mrs. L.A. Kent were in Waco Jan. 13 to visit N.L• Mr. and Mrs. Billy C. Freeman Star, an uncle "who is a patient in V.A. Hospital. Freemans Mark25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchum and daughters of Waco visited with the Jack Barker on Sunday• Mrs. Ne*bn is Mrs: Trinidad VFD Barker's brother. Harden Airhearts over the weekend• Teresa Tay!or and Jason were in Austin over the weekend to pick up her grandmother, Mrs. Frank Dulaney: Mrs. Dulaney had  Mrs. Nellie Jackson visited in Bristol on last Monday• Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr., spent a few days in Jackson- ville this past week. Mrs. Don Bevel and daughters of Carthage visited with parents Mr. and Mrs• Eugene Berry over the weekend• spent the last two weeks visiting her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Noreen Chili Supper ons and Cynthia. Members of the Trinidad Volunteer Fire Department ii',::Trinidad Menuii have announced plans for a !iii i::::i chili supper for the public to :':" be held Saturday, March 5. Monday: Fish Crispies, All proceeds from the Tartar Sauce, Snow Flake benefit will be used for Potatoes, Green Salad, construction of a new fire Dessert, Milk, Bread station to house the two fire Tuesday: Beef Noodle trucks and rescue unit. Casserole, Corn, English Pea The chili supper will be Salad, Hot Rolls, Milk held at the Trinidad Com- Wednesday: Sloppy Joes, nmnity Center and serving French Fries, Salad Bowl, will begin at. 5 p.m. Desse Milk Tickets now on sale by Thursday: Turkey and volunteer firemen will be Dressing, Green Beans, $1.50 for adults and $I for Fruit Salad, Rolls, Cran- children, berry Sauce, Milk Trinidad Firemen are Friday: Chili Dogs, extending a special Beans, Salad Bowl, Dessert, invitation to residents of the Milk lake area who are serviced by the fire department and FCA Sponsors rescue unit, as well as to the residents of Trinidad. Job A-Than A voluntary donation campaign for funds to build For CF Drive the fire station has been underway for sometime by the department, and members have expressed their appreciation to those who have supported the organization. Bible Study Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Mrs• Tommy Stanfield with 16 in attend- ance. Mrs. Janice Crter gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Miller gave the reading and lesson from Chapter 6 of Revelation. Mrs. Fern Denney of Ft. Worth was a guest. Mrs. Ossie Land gave the closing prayer. Refresh- ments followed. Blood Pressure Clinic A blood pressure clinic sponsored by the American Heart Association was held at the Trinidad Dairy Mart on Tuesday Feb. 22 from 2 p.m. till 4:30 p.m. Mr• and Mrs. Walter Leverett were in Dallas last Sunday visiting with their children. Construction is in full swing on the Church of Christ parsonage on Scruggs ,qt reception in the Trinidad Methodist Church to cele- brate their 25th Wedding Annicersary on Feb• 5. ttosts and Hostess for the occasion were their childre Charles Freeman, Trinidad; Eugene Freeman, ttouston; and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 'Fucker, Bryan. A gift table laid with a lace cloth over white was centered by a lovely spring flower arrangement of roses. irises, chrysanthemums, spider taurus, baby's breath, set off with a silver 25th annicersary marker. The arrangement was flanked on either side by silver candle holders topped with hurri- cane lamps, gifts of the hostess and hosts. Carrolyn Tucker, daughter of the couple, and Ronda Tucker, her sister in law, served refreshments from a table set. with a mulching cloth of lace over white. The cake, made by a personal friend of the Tuckers, was 3-tiered white, topped with a ruffled and filigree heart adorned with cherubs, The three tiers were divided with two sets of irridescent columns. It was decorated with irridescent bells, cherubs, beautiful handmade roses and a groom and silver gowned bride. Punch, nuts and mints were also served. The silverware used at the refreshment tahle was part of a 16 place setting of silver which the couple bought as their gift to each other. Among the" guests were Mr. and Mrs. Silas McKee of Dallas. Mr. McKee had served the couple as their best mtn 25 years before at their wedding in Bismarck, Ark., home of the bride. Thirty-two other guests registered from Trinidad, Houston, and Bryan. The Fellowship of Christ- ian Athletes at Trinidad School will hold a special evet at Trinidad to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, according to an announcement from Joe Stubblefield. A Job-a-than will be con- ducted March 3 beginning at 3:30 at the school. Under the program, students will hire out to sponsors to do odd jobs. Read The News SHEET METAL SHOP AIR CONDITIONING Satin- Service l SERVEL t"EE Commercial - Residential Mobile Home Air & Heat GAFFERS & SATTLER HEAT & AIR EMERSON Window Units "The Quite One" 406 Hwy. 31 F.. Malakoff Cayuga 489-0741 r,,, ,- c.. c , ,.,. 499-2282 In his racing career, Man o' War won 20 out of 21 starts and broke five track records. Butane-Propane Gas Extra Service-Tanks Charge or R)r G ROUPS .......... " WE USE KODAK .,--, =..-, Lease or Sale fdUllUL IU. NON tl Art I1 PAP  s m,, m  t. m'  RADIO-- EQUIPPED TRUCK S SHUGART ASK PaR About Our (@ L 01 '  SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. PHOTOS FOOD FARE of Athens f.K Tinney, Owner 123 East Highway 31 m,, 67002269 in Athens Malakoff and Mrs. Mary Lee Wileman of Tyler; and two grandchildren. Lendon Eugene McAfee Lendon Eugene McAfee, 65, passed away Monday in a Mesquite hospital follow- ing a lengthy illness. He was born in Corsicana and lived in Dallas for the past 25 years. He was a member of the Methodist church and was a retired accountant for Texas Power & Light. He was a member of the Oddfellows Lodge. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First United Methodist Church in Malakoff with the Rev. Phil Trammell officiating. Inter- ment will be in Malakoff City Cemetery with Paschal funeral home in charge of arrangemen is. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gedyce McAfee of Dallas; three brothers, Joe McAfee of Waco, John L. McAfee of Corsicana, and Bobby McAfee of Houston; three sisters, Mrs. Florence Gray and Mrs. Jean Gray, both of Corsicana, and Marcialete Hettig of Houston. Nephews were to serve as pallbearers, including Charles McAfee, Dennis McAfee, Ronald Brewer, Donald Brewer, M.D. Beaver, George Brown, Billy Six File In Trinidad' City Races Six candidates haye filed for the city council election April 2, including Mayor Freeman Miller, who is running for re-election. As of Tuesday no one had filed against Miller. Four candidates are competing for two year terms now filled by Roy Reever and LaMesa Sillick. As of Tuesday no one had filed against Miller• Four candidates are competing for two two year terms now filled by roy Reever and LaMesa Sillick. Candidates are johnny Pete Airheart, Larry Airheart, Arthur Arnold, and Wylie McClin- tock. James Johnston is a can- didate for the one year term now held by Ed Reeves. Glarer McClintock Speaker At Seven Points Glover McClintoek, presi- dent of the First State Bank of Trinidad, will be guest speaker at the Seven Points Businessman's Association Friday, Feb. 25. The clubs meets at the Roundtable Restaurant at noon. Harold Forrest Apple, I Route 6, Kemp, were la 2 p.m. Friday in the Presbyterian Chur¢l Athens with the Rew William McNatt officil Burial was in Old Memorial Park with Foster and Brown F Home in charge arrangements. Mr. Apple died Monday evening at his in the Ilse of View on Cedar Creek following a brief He was born Jan. 16 in Ohio and resident of the Lake area for the years• Prior to this area, he had Dallas where he member of the First terian Church for 25 He was a retired Survivors include his Mrs. Ruth Garrison Route 6, Kemp; one Rev. Harold F. Apple, El Paso; and three children, Mary Stephen Forrest, Matthew Allen Apple, El Paso. CARD OF Thank you for each love shown to our during the loss of my May God bless and you. Stanton Ragsdale I CARD OF We cannot find express our a love to all who showed I love and sympathy many comforting during the time of illness and passing. would like to thank you for your flowers, memorials, food nd worth our time of grief. It our hearts warm to that so many people May God bless you prayer. Josephine and Selvidge and Family LEGAL NOTICE Bids will be accepted Mabank ISD Supt. the teacherag, SW comer of Kempner to be $1,000 deposit will quired of the bidder for removal and  ing of the lot. Time for removal and 60 days after successful bidder. satisfactbry $1,000 will be refunded. will be opened at the board meeting, Mater Mabank ISD right to reject any or " Wh rhea mter ally !o tu in ties. $ LOYD'S Ul Print Shop "If It Can Be Pdntd on Paper With Ink-We Can Print It" COMPLETE OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFSET & LETTER PRESS Athens 105 E. T EDITOR Some Ad Sales FOR KEMP NEWS Great Opportunity For Right Tom Hedine Malakoff News Malakofl, Texas