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4A--Tbe Malakeff News, Thursday, March 19, 1NI Sheri Elsom, bride-elect of Clint Crou, was honored with a bridal shower in the home of Mrs. Nannie Drake, 1420 E. Royall Blvd., Malakoff, on Saturday, March 7. Guests called during the hours of 6 to 8 p.m. The Shumate, Joy Taylor, and Loretta Vieregge. Sheri Eisom was honored by the members of the First Christian Church in Corsicana on Sunday, March 8. Guests called during the hours of 2 to 4 bride's chosen colors of white and p.m. Cookies and punch were served. yellow were carried out with the Sheri and Clint Cross received many of hostesses serving cake squares, mints, their pottery pieces and many other nuts, cookies and punch. Cllnt and Sheri beautiful gifts. Hostesses honoring the received many beautiful and useful couple were Margaret Dosser, Earlene wedding gifts. The hostesses' gift was Hall, Lois Smith, Lou Ann Len Eych, an electric skillet. Hostesses were Dolores Lowhon, Evelyn Plyler and Barbara Bates, Edwine Carson, EloiseKnight. Beaunelah Dodson, Nannie Drake,The wedding will be Friday, March 20 Peggy Estes, Lois Harris, Billle Hearn, at 7 p.m. at the First Christian Church Delta Mattingly, Margaret Nichols, in Corsicana. A reception will be held Reba Nichols. Pat Quinn, Suzaneimmediately following the wedding. II II I II II Ill II i Little Fritter Waring iFu raN:Blender Mist Hairsetter I G.E. "Brew Starter" ,i;7 Seal-A-Meal SEALER \ 49 77 G.E. 4 SLICE Deluxe Toaster 99 "Super Shooter" 98 THIS AD IS WORTH $l.OO TOWARD PURCHASE. 202 Hwy. 31 E. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Malakoff 489-1529 II I J iii III I . Trinidad Volunteer Firemen have requested that residents discontinue calling the fire phone to find out the nature of an emergency after the alarm has sounded. When the fire phone rings over 20 households in the town respond. The fire phone should be called only in an emergency situation, not for infor- mation. Each spring, the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 5-14 of Cedar Creek Lake makes every effort togo into the area schools to bring boating safety programs to the students. On March II the program was given at Trinidad School. Mary Ann Thomas and John Thomas brought slides and movies showing the do's and don'ts for, before, during and after a boating trip. One hundred and forty from first grade through the sixth grade attended. After slides, movies and discussions, coloring books of cartoons explaining safety on the water were given. One hundred and two students from grades 7 through 12 were given the Young People's Boating course and boating equipment on display was shown and safe handling discussed. Pamphlets were available on such subjects as emergency repairs afloat/ marine weather and float plans. The Thomases were assisted by Alice Smith. A very special welcome to Dean Lovelady and wife, Lorea, LeAndra, 12- year-old daughter and daughter and son-in-law, Oscar and Tonda Wilson, who have bought the home of Bill and Glenna Green on French Street. The Loveladys hail from Friorm, Texas, and are related to the Loveladys on Scrugg Street. Bill and Glenna and girls live in their Itlllllllllllll| , Refrigerators . Freezers . Washers , Dryers , TV's Radios Ceiling Fans , Air cond,tioners "(',ome h~ .ud ~t,e us befor,' ),,u bll~'" 214 N. Terry ) 489-1506 Malakoff mmm Music / Tony Douglas pays a tribute to Ernest Tubb Saturday night, April 11 at 8:00 p.m. in the Men's Gym at Henderson County Junior College. / Tony Douglas Other Stars Appearing with Tony and Ernest include: Hess Huggins and Sons, Blake and Bret Bill Mack The Midnight Cowboy From WBAP Ernest Tubb Advance Tickets may be purchased at both Dairy Queens, Athens, or at Tony Douglas o(fice -- Hwy. 175, Dallas Hwy., Flame Office Center ,, Athens 675-5192 * Adults $4, Children $3 * $5 and $4 at the Door. e e new brick home on Eaton Street. Bennie, Barbra and Greg King were visiting withh Barbra's mother in DOKalb on the weekend. Bill Miller and son, Bill Mark of Cleburne, virRed Sunday with Jolea and Bill Miller. The Thursday Canasta Club met in the home of Mrs. William Trotman at 1:30p.m. On Sunday night, March 15, the students from BSU of Henderson County Junior College were at the First Baptist Church. A social followed the meeting. Congratulations to the girls who worked so hard in collecting money for the Rock-N-Roll-A-Then for the American Heart Association at Cedar Creek Nursing Home on Friday, March 13 at 2:30 p.m. The girls reached their shot, and came in third in hurdles, and also placed in the discus. Tummy Riley placed fifth in hurdles and also placed in the discus. The girls will be par- cipatiug in the Trinidad Track Meet arch 21. Coach Mike Cole, coach of the boys' high school track team, traveled out to West Texas on Friday, spending the night in the home of Mike's parents in St. Jose and attending the Red River Relays on Saturday. Seven track boys went along on the trip and had a great time, but didn't bring home any medals. Tara Thorpe competed in the county spoiling bee in Athens last Wednesday at HCJC. Mrs. Judi Lanford was Tara's sponsor. Betty Jane Hayes of Huntsville spent this past week with her mother, Marry Newton, Vincent Boyd, John Riley, Jerry Kemp Sunday guests in Mrs. Jelly Owens were J.Y. Eberhart of Dallas, Mrs. Earl Anders Bro. Oscar stitches out and is surgery. Tuesday Bible The Tuesday Ladies Bibl in the lovely home of Indian Lane of the Water division at 9:30 a.m. with from Cleora Fleming, prayer by Jewel Uhrich. gave the lesson and goal of $I00. A special thanks goes to Margaret French. Philippians, Chapter Shonda Crocker, Susan Green, Kasey Mr. and Mrs. John Welch of prayer was by Jones, Christi George and Augie Miller. Waxahachie were by on Monday for a Refreshments of dips, Hazel Johnston and Myrtle Cude took visit with Willie and Chilton Dorden. were enjoyed by Janie Wright, Connie McCracki , these girls over to the nursing home where they sang songs. Sue Smalllng gave a puppet show to the group. A hog calling contest was held and Mrs. Ruby Taffee and Mrs. Kelley were the best. There was a wheelchair race. Also every 15 minutes residents took turns rocking for the American Heart Association. A great time was had by all. The Trinidad FHA and FFA Awards Banquet will be held out at Texas Power & Light on March 23. Visiting with Mrs. George Black were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laucks of Glenn- dora, California. Here visiting with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. McCrackin were Pat and Kitty Daft and daughter, Amy, of San Angelo. Bruce and Peggy Wall and new daughter, Lexie, of Granbury, were here visiting with Johnnle Martin and attended church services at United Methodist Church. Ozie Land had as her house guests this weekend, two of her sisters-ln-law from Grand SaLine, Mrs. Jerry Hick- " man and Mrs. Violet Land. Mrs. George Black spent last Sunday in Tyler. Mrs. Geraldine Green of Frost and grandchildren, Wade and Haley Green of Corsicana, visited on Friday with the Ronnie Hiier family. Jeff Thorpe of Baylor has been home on spring break visiting with his parents, the Stu Thorpes. Jeff is a manager of the Baylor Bears basket- hall team. Devona Howard of Mississippi is here on her spring bre ik visiting with her father, John D. Cartlldge, grand- parents, Euna and John Cartlidge, and other relatives. The grand oPening of Margaret's Garden and Flower Shop will be held on Saturday, April II. Margarett has many hanging baskets, roses, pl.ants, bulk garden seeds, and anything you need in the nursery line of plants. Nadlne Colvin was in Dallas on Saturday. Coach Bennie King, coach of the girls' high school track team, which has only five members, competed in the track meet at Cross Roads on Saturday. Louise Hornbuckie came in second in Mrs. Welch was a former Trinidad teacher, Margaret Pigg Welch. Kenneth and Polly May enjoyed a few days at Navarre Mills fishing. Tracy Farrls of Athens visited over the weekend with grandparents, J.C. and Dora Peebles. Tracy had the chicken pox. Sandy Hiler and sons visited in Frost on Saturday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Green. Funeral service held in Houston Funeral services were held on Friday, March 13, in Houston for Billy Joe Arrington, 53, sen of A.J. and Lorene Arringon. Other survivors are three children, Drew, Dub and Anita Arrington; a brother, A.J. Arrington, Jr.; and two half-sisters, Jessie and Glenda. Suzanne Alrheart has been appointed as Trinidad chairman of the spring event for Cystic Fibrosis. Sonny Bradley of Doer Park has been here this past week visiting with parents, Tom and Dutch Bradley and relatives. Guy Jones of San Antonio spent this past week visiting in the home of Harden and Odessa Alrheart, and visiting with his other relatives. Clyde Rose was in Dallas on Saturday for a doctor's check-up. Here visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hooper were Charles and Bevel Newton and daughter, Chelsie, of Houston, and Mike and Kira Newton of Dallas. The Assembly of God Church had 27 in attendance and a good sermon by Bro. Jimmy. 1"he Dtstrict L/vestock Judging will be held on March 26. Seniors challenge faculty members The Senior Class vs. the Trinidad Faculty annual basketball game was held in the gym on Tuesday night. There are 14 seniors -- seven boys and seven girls -- in the class of '81. The seven boys playing basketball were Stanfield, Leona Warren, Vivian Black, Randall, Beulah Mae Uhrich, Dorothy Young, Cleora Fleming Smith. The children of Jerri great spaghetti at 7p.m. The birthday cake l candles. Guests for the Bro. Ronnie, Linda Troy of Canton, and BrO. Shirley Watson, pastor d Baptist Church. At 2 p.m. Watson in the church van to Cedar sing Home for the services. Bro. Bill vices. Songs were with Sandy Lehman at large crowd attended. Mary Nell Gray of Glen with her mother, Sunday. A goal of $500 for the strong is expected to be April 19 at First Baptist members. March 30 will be the Navarre Junior College by students. Mrs. W.C. fleming Jr. i American Cancer Board Wednesday, March II. Smith, president, meeting. Mrs. Pat reported that $930 was gifts and $195 in month. Crusade chairman April is Leonard crusade, J.W. residential crusade, special gifts, Vivian memorials, Mrs. Alton Athens resident drive and the county towns drive entire month of April. A blood drive will be held school. Mrs. Alton Rose Bush and Mrs. W.C. will be on the nominating secure the new officers film was shown by new Lacey Carlton. The Trinidad Senior met on Wednesday, Marcll \ We're close...we're convenient...and we the services of large city banks. But most portant, we give you the personal, attention that only small banks can offer, you interested in a bank club program? offer the Cedar Creek Bank Club whicl cludes no service charge checking, acci, tal death insurance, no charge money and more. Do you need a loan? 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