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The IVlaiakoff News, Thursday, March IB, IMI---6A t Trinidad School menu By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, dr. Mrs. Ora Carrigan, in the absence Wilkinson. Meeting prayer. There were 29 in one visitor, Mr. Ken- works in the Trinidad enjoyed the and the good 42 games. Bobby Rounsavall and have filed for the school fried for the Tatum. race are Freeman Freeman, Ernest Jenkins Airheart. Incumbents are Erma Dickey, Mrs. Maurice Earl Wright of Garland visited on afternoon with Mrs. Alice and Bill Day at- of Mrs. Tillmon in ?. returned home from returned home Worth after visiting her Session of the Adult Beliefs was held on at 6:30 p.m. Rev. the Pre-Revival d Charles Wesley. Smith returned home from visiting with her daughter, memorials honoring John given to the United Building Fund. of A&M College spent which was his spring ' of the Church on Tuesday this week their regular Wednesday. the ladles went to the k Qulnn returned home from last Saturday. She everyone for their while she was of Palestine drama class ~ drama workshop at HCJC of SFA was home for Parents. the way of the they way of the ungodly 1:6. Roll school honor roll for the included: 4th Grade A, ; A-B, Timmy A KING SIZED crocheted bedspread is one of the many items on display at the Malakoff Public Library handwork show sponsored by the Friends of the Library. The bedspread was made by Mrs. Jim Bradshaw of Trinidad and was a Christmas gift to her daughter, Mrs. Bobby Rounsavall. Mrs. Bradshaw also has a crocheted table cloth in the display. (Staff Photo by Loci Callaway) of multiple breadwin- buying a home in previous to the fifth annual conducted by Bureau, a public of Chicago Title In- Bureau survey, ~ markets the proportion of buying a rose to 63.5 per- percent in 1979. )eriod, the median buyers in the survey 16 percent from the average mon- percent, 1960, up from $499 in a sharp increase in the wives among both buyers, the couples buying the first time m 1980, 76.7 two-income families, in 1979. 58 percent of had two incomes, up in 1979. couples where the either full or part- income for.first-time $29,731, and the median $65,590. not employed, the income was $19,899 price of a home was buyers, two-income median income of $38,751 price not em- aedian income was $22,255 Rainwater, Jeff Hiler, Danny Colman, Angelia Saunders and Candy Bailey. 5th Grade A, Angle Miller, Ryan Renteria, Christi George, Elesha Bankston and Corny Jenkins; A-B, Shonda Crocker, Chad Rounsavall, Susan Green, Jim Thorpe, Sannon Linker, Teresa Chadwick, Ricky Stanfield, Michael Alrheart, and Kasey Jones. 6th Grade A, Tanya Estes. A-B, James Stanton, Marie Stockam, Sherile Taylor. 7th Grade A, Don Elsom and Brent Hiler. A-B, Mike Hornbuckle, Tina Linker and Cathy Mize. Also, 8th Grade A, Tara Thorpe. 9th Grade A, Laura Bradley. A-B, Tamra Estes, Penny Johnston, Kristi Jones, Amy Rounsavall, and Scott Tapper. 10th Grade A-B, Steven Brigance, Charles Colman, Valerie Davis and Greg King. 11th Grade A-B, Mike Airheart, Lisa Ardoin, Jimmy Carter, Brad Elsom, Michelle Fugate, Nancy Ochoa, Larry Parker and Linda Rowland. 12th Grade A, Charles Freeman; A-B, Shirley Horribuckie, Anna Ochoa and Lori Tidmore. New study begins A Bible Study was begun on Thur- sday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Betty and James Sanders with Bro. Ken Jones, Assembly of God minister of Malakoff conducting a non- denominational meeting. Bro. Ken said the purpose was learning'together and the median home price was $58,632. 77.6 percent of all home buyers were married. Single buyers accounted for 13.5 percent, divorced or separated persons 6.8 percent, and widowed per- sons 1.6 percent. The Family Housing Bureau made the survey as part of Chicago Title's continuing program to foster interest in home ownership. The company issues real estate title insurance, which in- sures the existence or non-existence of rights to property for lenders and property owners. The insurance defen- ds the policy holder's insured rights and pays for any losses if the title insurer is found to be wrong in its determination. I I -- -- F" Tom Parker, D.D.S. Dentistry gruff slued by iicemmd. experienced dcntilt who il commrnod about you and your dental hRlth. 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The meting began with the group singing "Every Day With Jesus," and "Jesus, Jesus." The group will be learning the basic things about "Christian Living," "Talking About the Bible," "Talking About Prayer," and "Knowing God." The fit'st lesson was "Knowing God." -- I The Search. A. Life Emptiness; B, Life Origin. II The Problems -- Man, Sin, Result of Sin, God-He Is Holy. III. The Solution -- Jesus Christ, Grace, Faith. IV. The New Birth -- New Life. V. The Goal -- Christ Liknesss, The Bible, Prayer, Fellowship. The meeting closed at 8:30 with TIRES YOUR LEE TIRE DEALER CHECK OUR LOW PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY! WE FIX FLATS! RADIATOR REPAIR prayer. Those attending were Sharon Hosklns, Christine Armstrong, Josh Armstrong, Bama Miller, Robbie Floyd, Wanda Bradley, Mary Diriard and daughter, Anglelia Sanders, Nora Dillard, Edith Young, James Sanders, Betty Sanders, Howard Hardy, Mer- cedes Hardy, Bro. Ken Jones, Cleora Fleming and Pauline Barnes. Everyone is invited to join with this group in studying the Bible on the second and fourth Thursday nights each month. Refreshments of cake, cookies, coffee, punch and Coke were served. MARCH 23-27 Monday: Hot dogs with chili sauce, potato tots, pork and beans, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Fish and ketChup, pinto beans, french fries, hot rolls, fruit salad, milk. Wednesday: Spaghetti with meat, pea salad, french bread, jello with cookies, milk~. Thursday: Vegetable soup, sandwiches, cookies, milk. Friday: Hamburgers with buns, salad, french fries, baked beans, fruit jelio, milk. Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto . Commercial Now representing American Ufe and Accidental Insurance Co. HIdkll181111illd Pdicl 226 N. Terry JERRY GARRISON 411t.0512 CLASSIFIEDS SELL CALL 489-0531 O ':""-'/111 'T9 CHEV. NOVA 4-dr. sedan, auto., air, 6-cyl. Great gas mileage. 24 '77 CHEVROLET SCOTTSDALE PICKUP Auto., air, s m< more. 48 '75 CHEVY NEW YORKER Electric. 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