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f Ann's Trinidad Thing It. Tommie Stanfield of visited with his par- , Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stan- 10n Sunday. eekend visitors with Mr. Mrs. Bill Miller were their !and families, Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Irvi and Mr. Mrs. Bill Miller of Austin. i Den II with Mrs. Pat ants as Den Mother, held 'Blue and Gold Banquet at Lsenbly Building last Fri- night. Forty members at- ed the covered dish suppe. e Scotty Bradley was a- two awards, Scouts cut and Jimmy Norris awarded their Bobcat }rds, and Scout Brett Mor- received his Wolf Badge ! -.-.____ Jack Rayfield, brother Rayfield and a former resident, was schedul- enter a Ft. Worth hos- first part of the week series of tests. Trinidad Lions Club met Dairy Mart Monday ev- their monthly dinner. are in the making for a supper sponsored by in the near future the proceeds going to a community project. Ruth Htmter spent the visiting with her dau- family, Mr. and Mrs. of Waxahachie. YoU hear hells ringing on and Sundays, don't just get a dime and run The snow cone man is has been received of the of Mr. Joe Lutz, former resident and employee First State Bank. Funeral services were held February 25, 1971, at Croww point, Indiana. Mr. Lutz was 59 years of age at the time of his death. He had been ill for several years Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw spent Wednesday and Thursday in Houston visiting with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mr. Jack Lundy, Tammy, Mark Dawn, and Heather. Miss Harri: "eL Sharp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp, was named to Who's WWho for the year 1970-71 at Henderon County Jurdor College.  Harriet was cisen by the Student Senste submitting her name with others to the faculty committee who voted and took the top five in each group. She also must have a 2.5 grade av- erage or better and participate in at least one extra activity. " Harriet is a graduate of Tri- nidad High School where she was also an outstanding stu- dent. At 6:00 p.m. Sunday evening the member of the United Methodist Church met in the fellowship Hall for a covered dish meal. Following the fel- lowship the evening worship service was brought by Dr. Landrum, who also conducted the yearly Charge Conference. Lance Corporal Ricky Kelth Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jackson of Bristol and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. By- ron Jackson has been seriously wounded in Vietnam. At the present time doctors are still trying to determine Ricky's condition and the methods of cure. His grandmother reports that his parents are awaiting word of how soon Ricky could be moved to the states for fur- ther treatment. Rieky is 20 years old and has been in the Marines for a year and one- half. Jim Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp, spent the weekend in Athens at the Christian Youth Foundation where he attended Mid-Winter Youth Conference. Visiting the Sharp's on Sun- day were Mrs. E. Oran Cobel of Texarkana and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Upehuroh of Athens. The family celebrated two year old Shaurata Sue Upchurc's birtlxiay during the day. Mrs. O. B. --Stanfield and Mrs. Kenneth Willis of Athem spent Saturday night in Waco with their husbands who are working in that city. Weekend visitors with Mrs. Stanfield were their sort and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Start- field who also visited in Gates- vile with Dr. and Mrs. Joe Ken- worthy. Visiting on Sunday were Mrs. Bonnie Bell Start- field, her son Dean Stanfield, and her grandson, of Houston and Dhelma Staield of Grand Prairie. Mrs. Dena Walker and children, Whitney and Clint, are visiting this week with Mrs. Opal Lewis and with her par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wiggins. Dennis brought his family to Trinidad and return- ed to Baytown for the week and will return next weekend to pick up his family. Miss Kathy Martin of Rusk spent the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. Lottle Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Son McGee and children of Tyler visited ever the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McCrackin, and with his mother, Mrs. Ethal McGee. Members of the Calvary Bap- tist Church held a surprise go- ing away party at the Dairy Queen Monday night for their pastor and family, Bro. and Mrs. Roger Clanton and baby, Joey. The Clanton's have beet with the Trinidad for the past two years and during that time the church has expanded in membership and purchased the Jordan property adjacent to the Church Plant. They will he moving to Troup where he has accepted the pas- tors job in that city. The daughters and daughters- in-law of the late Jotm R. and Mattie Rush Tffe gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Scarf, a granddatw, hter, for the day Sunday. Those present were Mrs. Bertie Truss, Mrs. Ruby Taa/fe, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston, Sgt: and Mrs. Donald B. Watson, Peggy Sue and Don- aid Stephen. Mr. and Mrs. Taaffe were among the first settlers in Tri- nidad, making there lne here in 1888. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Gaston of Carbondale, Ill., were here for the weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gas- ton. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Story, and daugh- ters of Ft. Worth, and the group was joined by Mr. and Ma's. Randy Carter and Jennifer. LOCAL Income Tax Service LUCILLE SMITH TRAINED & QUALIFIED by Block and Federated Tax Service DUNLAP INSURANCE BUILDING MALAKOFF Home Phone 489-0132 - after 5 p.m. Don't count on finding hidden treasure... START PILING UP SOME RICHES OF WITH A SAVINGS YOUR OWN ACCOUNT! Maybe you WILL be the lucky one to stumble across a hoard of pirate's treasure .. but don't hold your breath! You'd be much wiser to open a savings account and begin setting aside certain amounts on a regular basis if you want to have your own private treasure chest. Our high earnings will really help it pile up! ST SLATE BANK TRINIDAD, TEXAS THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, March 5, 1971 Page Five Food Assistance Program Serves 627,000 Texans In January More than 627,000 people in Texas received, familyi fckd a- sistance from the U S D partment of Agriculture during January. This marks an increase of nearly 74 percent over January, B.R.Carpenter Dies; Burial At Ennis Funeral services were con- ducted a 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 24, for Bobby R. Carpenter of Ermis who passed away at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb- ruary 22, in the Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Services were held in the Bunch Funeral Home of Enms and rites were read by Brother J. D. Hudson and Brother R. B. Lamb. Interment was in Myr- tle Cemetery in Ennis. A malignancy, which was said to have spread over the entire body, claimed the life of Bobby at the young age of 39. Several years ago, he underwent sur- gery for the removal of a ca cervus mole behind an ear, and all traces of ,the dread disease were thought to have been dis- posed of. However, on Novem- ber 4th of last year, he suf- fered a stroke, and R was at this time doctors discovered the bad news. Bobby was horn in iUe on November 19, 1931 and mov- ed to Eunis in 1945. He was married to the former Miss Martha Dodson, daughter of Mrs. Lela BeU Dndson and the ]ate Larkin Dnds, of Mala- koff. His wife was horn and reared in this city. He was a member of the Anthony Drive Baptist Church of Erads and ,had been a pressman for 24 years. At the time of his de- mise, Bobby was employed by the Royal Business Forms in Arlington, a company for whom he has worked many years. He was also a member of Wood- man of the World. Other than his wife, Bobby is survived by one son, Randy m one danghter, Lisa, both of EnrA'; his mether, Mrs. Aliie Carpenter of Ennis; one broth- er, James Carpenter of Lan- caster and four sisters, Mrs. Harold Loftin of Laneater, Mrs. Don Ennis of Dallas, Mrs. J. T. McKennon of Cleburne ad Mrs. McKennon of Cleburne and Mrs. Claude Roach of Lancaster. Pallbearers were J. W. Sills, James Dixon, and Maurice Smith, all d Ennis; Tommy, McCalg and Gone Ferguson, both of ArlingUm and Rufus Ward of Grand Prairie. Several people from our area were in the Memorial Hospital in Athens the first part of the week. Inelnded were Mrs. Rosie Meek Boyd, Mrs.  Cain and Mrs. c. c. Wright. "fine Tuesday Bible Study of the United Methodist Church was held in the home of Mrs. William Trotman. The prayer ws given by Mrs. Marion Wil- liams fogowed by the continued study of Revelations by Mrs. Bantu Miller. The payer of dismissal was given by Mrs. George Uk,'ich. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peebles had as their guests Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Caraway of Strawn, Texas. Mrs. Caraway, (Lila) is a daughter of Mr. Jeff Woolfe. Mr. John Dee Cartlkige spent the past week visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cartlldge. John Dee is working in British West Imties with ,the RCA Com- pany which is associated with Nassua projects. Some people will believe everything you tell them, if it's bad enough.--Lee R. Call, Star Valley (Wyo.) In- dependent. "I've compiled a rather extensive list of my past ac- complishments to help guide you in judging this work." 1970, when 362,925 people were coupons to get the free cou.  nated foods during January, participating in both the USDAI pns" The purchase require- I 1971, compared to 284,000 peru Donated Foods and Food stamp, merit as well as the amount of  pie in 145 counties and one city programs, according to Martin free r depend on the in January, 1970. D. Garber, southwest regional size of the family and its in- Fes who participate in director, USDA's Food and Nu- come. The free coupons help trition Service, Dallas. , bring the total food buying Mr. Garber lauded the Texas power up to the level of USDA's Department d Public Welfare "economy diet." and county gover for Persons without an income their efforts to reach every make oniy. a token payment of Texas family eligible for USDA fifty cents per person in the food ass'amce. The Food Stamp Program, which covered only I0 counties in January 1970, covered 28 counties by January, 1971, |n- cluding major metropolitan ar- eas except Dallas. Mr. Gather explained that the addition of 18 counties to the Food Stamp Program plus the change in regulations allowing eligible famih'es to spend less money to get more free USDA coupon increased participation 177 percent. Nearly three times as many people -- 217,886 -- were using USDA food coupom last Janu- ary compared to January a year ago. Likewise, the free or "bonus" USDA food coupons increased from $666,270 in January 1970 to $3,823,224 in Jantmry 1971. "This $3,823,224 .represents ad- ditional food purchasing power for families who have been cer- tified as needy by welfare work- ers," Mr. Garber pointed out. "Such an increase in purchas- ring power should do much to hnprove the diets of needy peo- ple and their general health," he said. Families in file Food Stamp Program must buy. soma USDA family up to a maximum of $3.00. This may be supplied by the county government or a lo- cal charity organization when conditions warrant. More than 409,000 people in 224 counties received USDA do- WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. Box 4010 Phone $97-$051 TYLER, TEXAS USDA's Donated Foods Pro- gram are given foods without cost. They can select from about 20 or more items at most distribution centers. The fam- lies may take all items offered or turn down any foods which they may not want. Both of these USDA family food ass programs are operated by the Texa State De- partment of Public Welfare in cooperation with the Food and Nutrition Service. and TANNER MOTOR CO. //0 00taotu, t Joe. 48q-OS/g RED POTATOES, No. Iv - - 10 lb. bag 49c Decker's -- Sliced BACON lb. 69c Shurfine CANNED HAM 3 lb. can 238 AH Purpose Detergent ENERGY giant size 49c PORK STEAK lb. 69c Shurfine COFFEE lb. 69c Shurfine -- Erly Harvest ENGLISH PEAS 303 Can 5 for 1.00 ORANGES PORK RIBS lb. 49c T-BONE STEAK 1.09 Shurfine CAKE MIX 4 for 1.00 Shurfine SUGAR 5 lb. bag 49c PORK ROAST lb. 59c Shurfine PORK & BEANS 8 for 1.00 Shurfine FLOUR 5 Ib. bag 39c 5 lb. bag 39c e SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY e H. F. WARREN GROCERY & MARKET-TRINIDAD