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f By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Richey w,~ in Gordon Saturday to attend Blythes. Their son, Don Blythe, Betty Lou Rayburn of Houston brother who is in the hospital, win District 43A. Charles Dehi' honored funeral services for Mrs. Mary Alice returned home to California after being brought her mother, Edith Young, Mrs. Jewel Uhrich's granddaughter, 17 points, Glenn Boyd 12, Jeter, mother of Mrs. Joe Rayfleld. here. Their daughter, Betty Ann Young, home Saturday evening after Edith had Jelu, of Mt. Pleasant visited with her on Vincent Norris 3, A baby shower and luncheon Joining them for the trip as far as of Arkansas remained here with her visited with relatives, former friends in Thursday. honoring Debi Richey was held Granbury was Mrs. Johnnie Martin. father and mother, thechurch. Nelda Cartlldge took her son, Jerry Trinidad Saturday, Feb. 28 in the home of Mrs. They ull visited there with Mr. andMrs. Bethel Kelly returned home from Kemp, to Fort Worth, TCU on Wed- named to 1981 FrancesGraysenwtthco-hustessesAnn Bruce Wall and daughter Lexie. MYF helps sponsor Navarro County Memorial on Satur- nesday for an interview and a Cargill, Pat Frazler and Nadine Colvin. Our sympathy to the Joe Rayflelds in day. Debl received numy beautiful and "Go Forward" is the theme for the scholarship test for R.O.T. Charlle Who's Who in useful gifts. It was a good visit of high the death of Mrs. Jeter, Kit's mother. Hezrt Rock-A-Thon Week of Prayer for Home Missions -- Freeman has also taken these tests. Karey Fields of Kerens vis/ted with school, college and married friends. Minnie LaVallee and attended Sunday Members of the United Methodist Annie Armstrong Offering Week at Both boys scored high on tests and are The 1961 edition of Who hoping to be among those chosen for Music will carry the names Youth Fellowship are helping to raise First Baptist. The ladies of First R.O.T. scholarships to the college of Spencer and Tammy Bank wellEveryneas relivingcaughtoldUPmemorles.n their llVesGuestsas mornlngchurch, services at United Methodist sponsors for the Rock-A-Thon spon-Baptist will be meeting March 2-6 every their choice. Trinidad High School. They were from Kilgore, Whitehouse, On Sunday, March 15, the Baptist sored by the American Heart mornlng at the church, 10-11a.m. Chandler, Corsicans, Taylor, Duncan- Student Union of HCJC, Athens, will be Association. You may contact any Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright returned Trinidad basketball fans turned out in selected as being among thG villa, Athens, Tyler and Fairfield. holding the evening services at First member of the MYF for your donation home from the hospital and are doing a large crowd at the Trinidad vs. most outstanding high Debl and Kelly Richey s baby is due Baptist church. Fellowship for youth to those who will be rocking at Cedar , fine at this writing. Mildred game on Friday, 7:30, at students. April Fonl'J Day. Debi is the grand- will follow the services. All youth of Lake Nursing Home for the Heart Paul Thomas visited in Austin on Navarro Junior College gym. Trinidad The head of the school's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Keesee. Trinidad have a special invitation to Fund. The Rock-A-Thon will be heldSaturday and Sunday with relatives,won the game with a low score of 39-31. committee and the editors of t Lllla Quinn has returned to Navarro attend. March 13. Bill and Jolea Miller visited in Trinidad won the district so will be directory have included the Hospitalin Corsicana. Longview with their children. The Bob playing the LaPoynor Flyers for bie the students based on A largecrowdattendedthefellowsh/p Millers are building a new home in district on Tuesday, March 10, at ability, academic a( supper on Wednesday evening at the United Methodist church. John French returned home from Henderson County Memorial Hospital, Athens, last Tuesday but returned to the hospital on Thursday. Mable McGee of Tyler was over on Monday to take her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. McCrackin, for their check- up in Tyler. Beauford Wright of Rusk visited with his mother Friday. Pam McClintock and sons, Jeffrey and Eric Nell, visited with relatives this past week while Steve was in a school at Mrs. Bobby Rotmsavall and Amy. 48 1S20 Hwy. 31 Mmlakoff George Stucker of Dallas visited with The Nutrition Meals Program needs his mother, ter and Jim Tom Han- more people to attend and a special cock, overt he weekend. invitation is extended to anyone 60 or Johnny Bowman has returned home over to attend. Nutrition Program from Henderson County Memorial meets in the United Methodist Hospital after having a heart attack. fellowship hall Monday through Friday While recuperating, his brother will run with meals costing 50 cents each day -- his business. a donation for activities of the program. Those interested may call Mrs. Jessie Bramlet, 778-27 4. Meals are at 12 noon. Bro. Bill and Shirley Watson were in Dallas on Saturday. Mr. L.T. Blythe returned home from Navarro Hospital last Sunday. His step- mother, Georgia Blythe, 84, left Saturday to fly hack to her home in Kentucky after visiting with the Bro. and Mrs. Danny Boier and daughter visited with Danny's parents in Wlnnsboro last Saturday. Those from First Baptist church attending the study mission possible out at Cedar Creek Lake Baptist church last Tuesday were Ruby Banks, Alice Gaston, Olive Rozell, Margaret Curry and Kathi Boler. The ladies enjoyed the day and luncheon. Joan, Amanda and Joel Sharp of Irving visited with Ellen and Dick over the weekend while Rick Sharp flew down to Miami, Fla. for a weekend SchThoourl y night, Dee Ann Shipman, Lauri Bradley and Bro. Danny Boler were in Athens at the Baptist Student Union to hear the Carpenters in con- cert. The men's breakfast, 6:30 a.m., at First Baptist Church had two visitors -and 12 men attending. They had a great fellowship and breakfast. DENNEY The super lasting fragrance that treat all your senses. A fragrance that lasts up to eight hours or longer. Choose from a collection that in- cludes perfumed cologne, natural spray and the bath series. Interlude, by Experience it for yourself, and for someone close. It's the fragrance that goes from bath to bed... is the fraorance that's rich, youn and beautiful, t's a nice feeling to live with. Men like tool Come in and sample both INTERLUDE and HOPE. the style. WE ARE NOW CARRiHG,THE FULL COSMETIC LINE BY FRANCES DENNEY. 489.1909 129 N. Terry next to Doris Red Barn Visa Master Charge Irving and will be moving to Irving. Athens gym. This was a good game and to the community, Mrs. V.H. Maynard, daughter Melba Coach Cumby and the boys are to be tracurricular activities and Grady Malone of Lubbock spent congratulated on working so hard to potential. four days visiting. Smoke alarum offered Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn of George- town visited with Grady and Helen Qulnn and attended a wedding in Mesquite Saturday night. They also visited with their sister, Carolyn Matlock. Thelma Moore has returned home from Navarro Hospitalafter having knee surgery. Chflton and Willie Derden returned home Tuesday after visiting the Hollis Hineses in Louisiana. Hollls and Mary will be going to England to visit their children, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Hines. Wesley and Vickie Warren and children, Shonda Moore, Mark Moore and Eddie visited Sunday with the Moores. Ronald Hi]er of Corsicans attended the Trinidad vs. Mildred basketball game Friday night at Navarro Junior College ruth his parents. The Mankin Assembly of God had a great service on Sunday with 39 present. The Rasco family of Athens gave a wonder service in songs. The building fund is growing and Bro. and Sister Munns are now living in the parsonage on Highway 274. Tuesday Bible Study Tuesday Bible Study group met in the home of Danna Ferrell with Mrs. Gladys Randall opening the meeting with prayer. Bama Miller read the first chapter of Phillppians and discussed .the 'lesson with the group present. Attending were Jewel Uhrich, Alice Wright, Dorothy Harrison, Nola B. Lincecum, Myrtle Cude, Leona Warren, Edith Young, Kathy Prinka, Gertrude Stanfield, Vivian Black, Ellen Sharp, Gladys Yates, Rod Prinks, Walt Ferrell, Marion Williams, Bama Miller, Buela Mae Trotman, Gladys Randall, Connie McCrackin and Cleora Fleming. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Lincecum. For a donation to the Trinidad Fire Department of you will receive a smoke alarm. This is a necessary item to a home for your protection and a good project of the Trinidad Fire Department. W,E. Abbe returned home from Navarro Hospital on Friday. Bill and Sharon Abbe and children of Fairfield spent this past week with their mother and father. Sld Albrition moved into the Fleming addition Saturday. His parents were here from Houston to help him move. Coach Benny King has begun workouts with the high school girls' track team which has eight members, Lori Tidmore, Amy Rounsavall, Penny Johnston, Lauri Bradley, Louise Hornbuckle, Tammy Riley, Tamra Estes and Kristi Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman were in Arkansas over the weekend. Cleda's mother will be having surgery on Monday. More and more Trinidad citizens are jogging and walking each day. Johnny Pete Alrheart has filed for mayor. The tennis teams of boys and girls have been getting some good practice in with Coach Robert Linker. A new tennis net has been put up. During Lent, the pastor of the United Methodist Church, Bro. Melvin Rowland, will offer a series of mem- bership preparation classes for young people. The six lessons will be held on Sunday evenings at and will begin Sunday, March 8. There will also be a series of classes in the beliefs of Methodist christians for adults if wanted. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lundy and children visited with parents on Saturday. Harold Stanfieid entered Tyler Medical Center Sunday afternoon. The TP&L maintenance crew returned home on Friday evening after being on overhaul in the Waco plant. On March 16, the Cedar Creek United Methodist Women will have a special meeting at 11 a.m. with District At- torney Bill Bandy, who will speak on "The Open Window," a Henderson County home for young people. A salad luncheon will be provided by ladies. All area women are welcome. Ann and Bobby Cargill and daughter, Bobbi Ann, of Kilgore visited with parents over the weekend. Debi Richey of Whitehouse visited with the Doc Keesees. Roy and Kay Stanfield were in Tyler Saturday to celebrate Kay's birthday. The Canasta Club met in the home of Mrs. Jewel Uhrich on Friday afternoon. David Lohman is working in Barksdale Food Market in the meat department after school hours. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoeper visited in Dallas last week with Mr. Hoopor's 226 N. Terry Malakoff Insurance Agency . Ufe . Home . Bonds . Auto . Commercial Now repmmnfln8 Amrican Ufe and Accidtnisl Insurance Co. Medicm Supplemsnt Pdicy JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 Coldest Beer in 24-12 oz. cans Friday & Saturday only, Mar ,h 6 & 7. tax included 80 proof 1.75 liter 99 tax included BLACK LABIAL NO. 7 I liter, 90 proof 99 Sour Mmh Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey 750 ML 86 proof tax included Sit. Paul Rd.. Left at Caney City While supplies last. DONIE HOLLAND Funeral services for Mrs. Donie L. Holland, 85, of Brushy Creek com- munity, in Anderson County, mother of Raymond Holland of Athens and Ernest Holland of Malakoff, were held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Piscah Baptist Church with Ross Kelly officiating. Interment was in Piscah Cemetery under direction of Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home. Mrs. Holland died Saturday in an Athens hospital after a short illness. She was born Jan. 27, 1896, in Madison County, Ark. She had lived in Brushy Creek community for 10 years and was a former resident of Shafter, Calif. She was a member of Freewill Baptist Church in Shafter. Survivors include six sons, Walter Holland of Corsicans, John Holland of Florida, Raymond Holland of Athens, Harvey Holand of Los Angeles, Calif., Veimie Holland of Shafter and Ernest Holland of Malakoff; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Hall of Plaestine, Mrs. Delpha Reimer of Shafter and Mrs. Darlene Krammes of Tyler; one brother, Wesley Harriman of Los Angeles; two sisters, Mrs. Annie Bar- nett of Missouri and Mrs. May Parkin- son of Madera, Calif.; 30 gran- dchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Guinn Sammons, Tommy Gunnels, Steve Sammons, Elton Smith, Melvin Dungan and William McMillan. JOEL E. FADE Funeral services for Joel E. Fade, 87,1 of !~. 1 Malakoff were held at 2 p.m.: Feb. 26, 1961 in Cross Roads Baptist Church with Rev. Elvyn McCann and 'Rev. Lester Simmons officiating. Interment was in Becks-Chapel Cemetery near Cross Roads, under direction of Foster and Brown Funeral Home. Mr. Fade died Feb. 24 in Henderson County Memorial Hospital following aI long illness. He was born June l, 1893, in San Saba. He had lived in Henderson County since bewas 15. He was a retired farmer and~ a member of Cross Roads Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Alma Fade of Malakoff; one son, Roy (Bill) Fade of Mesquite; three daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Hardin of Cross Roads and Mrs. Eula B. McGahee Betty Evans, beth of grandchildren; 13 igrandchildren; and several ~nephews. Graveside services were day, Feb. 28, 1981 in Gordon: Alice Jeter, 97. Mrs. Jeter passed away Feb. 26th, at Cedar Lake Home. The Rev. p.m. services in Gordon. Mrs. Jeter was bern June Milisap, and has been a ~Cedar Lake Nursing Home foe seven years. Survivors include two Mrs. Joe Rayfield and Stephens, beth of Malakoff: Dave Jeter of Felton, Calif. Jeter of Mesa, Ariz; ell dchildren; and 14; Grandsons served as Paschal Funeral Home was in char EMMA R. CADE Funeral services for Mrs. Cade, 92, of Athens, were at 2 p.m. in the Memory Carroll and Lehr Funeral the Rev. James Bond terment was in Mrs. Cade died Friday nursing home following a She was bern Nov. 11, 1888 and was a member of a She was the daughter of and Mrs. Thomas Hall and had lived in Athens for She and her late husband, J were schoolteachers in Texas school districts for before retiring. She was a member of the Texas Association, Eastern Star Baptist Church of Athens. Survivors include two Cade, Sr. of Malakoff and of Athens; two brothers and B. M. Hall, both of sister, Mrs. Mae Smith of San three grandchildren and grandchildren. Pallbearers were Paul John Crook, Carney Stockard, Bobby Jones Stegall. The family req be made to the church or a their choice. sonlng$ lncre~ The child is scream]'hg and coughing. Mother runs to the garage and finds the child coughing, gagging, and having difficulty breathing and falls uncon- scious to the floor from a pan where his dad was washing greasy car parts with gasoline. An unusual occurrence? "No," says Michael Ellis, director of the Texas State Poison Center. "Spring and summer always brings us an in- crease in the number of ingestions of gasoline and other petroleum distillates." During 1980 the Poison Center was contacted over 19,000 times for a poisoning emergency and some 11,000 times for general information about preventing poisoning. "The poison inquiries are primarily about children," Ellis said, "in fact, about 70 percent of all our calls involve the child who is five years old or younger. This is the prime age for small objects found down low to Ro directly in the mouth." March 15-21 is National Prevention Week and a check for poor storage Although the ingestion of stances occurs quite young child, luckily true not occur nearly as "Rushing the patient to the emergency room after ingested a foreign substance, best approach to the Ellis. "About 85 percent of patient can be treated at not require medical attention. Since a poisoning whenever telephone number of the is a very important number handy. In Galveston, the number is 1-713-765-1420. It is 24 hours a day, 7 days a weel number handy, remember fast, so do poisons. 24 Hour Wrecker Service Tires & Tubes, Open all day Saturday II0 E.