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The Malakoff News, Thursday, March 24, 1983.--5A /,y Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. to host Information meeting Post 4133 will be host March 27 at noon to all This is an where there will IH telling the and benefits that Spring Concert set Trojan Band will spring concert on p.m. in the high Admission is $I for 'cents for students. Band ) see who will or you may buy at hopes to have new uniforms The last uniforms were our band in 1963. The for the uniforms to be Spencer has been many years and is has produced a lot of school enrollment for Kindergarten, 32 17; 2nd grade, 24; grade, 13; fifth grade, 7th grade, 27, for a and 65 high school and daughters, of Henderson, visited Robbie Floyd. granddaughter of Alice and Jewell Story, Washington, D.C., Students from all over week touring listening to the working of is the daughter udy Story of Fort Worth 'at Crowley High School, her class of 182 of 97.0. Tatum Tuesday visiting with Johnston at Navarre and with daughter, y. Calvin visited grand- weekend while Greg the chili cook-off in Dogwood Trails con- of Fairfield Colvins and Fraziers Church entertaining the group. Hazel Johnston and Sue |mailing made St. Patrick hats and decorated the halls with green cloverleafs. Each person that were in wheelchairs had them decorated with green crepe paper. Hazel Johnston gave the welcome to those having March birthdays. Light green carnation corsages were pinned on era Allen, Jessie Meazells, Freddie Kenner and James Lockett. Larry and Judy Story of Fort Worth visited with Alice and Jim Gaston during their spring break. Kim Bancroft and Rebecca Kay visited with her parents Saturday. .. Debbie Morgan of Ranger visited with Monde and Donna Renteria and tantLly Saturday. David and Juiie Vineyard of Mesquite visited on Sunday with grandparents, Leyd and Nadine Johnston and Dora and J.C. Peebles. Ralph Miller has been here visiting with his dad while his mother enjoys a trip to Burnett to visit with her sister. Martha Hedman visited during her spring break with her mother and step- father in Burney, Texas. James McDaniel and sons visited for the weekend with his parents during spring break. Beuia Mae Trotman returned home from Navarre Memorial Hospital on Wednesday after having tests. Milburn Johnston is a patient at Navarre Memorial Hospital. Cards and letters may be sent to Room 154, at the hospital in Corsicana. This is Milburn's first trip to the hospital since 1942 when he was in the service. He is improving each day and is up walking and exer- cising. He should be able to come home soon. Mr. and Mrs Bill Freeman picked up their son, Charlie, in Austin. They visited during their school break with their children in Cedar City, Utah. Jewel Bandy of Kingsland visited Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nena Wright. Dobbbi and John Livaudis and family were here this past week. Alice and Jim Gaston visited Sunday with their children, Kay, Randy and Jennifer Carter in Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden spent a few days in Arkansas with ChiRon's relatives. Willie and GaLl Lundy and family of Mabank visited with parents and at- tended church services at United Methodist Church. Pat Jackson Harem of Devers visited Monday through Thursday with parents, Lerene and Claude Jackson. Pat and her mother enjoyed shopping in Tyler. On Tuesday, March 15, the Ruth Sunday School Class members were a few days' holiday during spring break Thomas and granddaughter, Jenny. on March 27. The subject will be "How in Arkansas. The building committee of the United Does a Young Man Know What to Do?" Next Sunday is Palm Sunday. There Methodist Church is planning a big On Wednesday, March 15 at 6 p.m. a will be special music by the choir at garage sale in the next few weeks. No Charge Conference was held with Dr. United Methodist Church and con- date has been set at the time of this Emmitt Barrow, district superin- firmation for the junior high age at the writing. All proceeds will go to build a tendent of Palestine, presiding, at the morning service, new church. United Methodist Church. A presen- Wednesday night, March 23 at 6:30, Dwayne Spencer will be giving the tat,on of the proposed new church there will be a fellowship supper at evening lesson at the Church of Christ building was presented by building United Methodist church. Bring a covered dish. Patrick Patterson celebrates birthday / Patrick Patterson celebrated his 5th birthday on March 12. Those attending were Joseph and Dolores Dnnacusky, Joel and Kathy Dunacusky, Stacy Dunacusky, Lavern and Rabbit Warren, Ann, Liz and Heather Warren, Berline and Josh Harris, Joel Dunacusky Jr., Melvin and Dianne Patterson. It was also Mrs. Rabbit Warren's birthday. On Saturday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. the Henderson County Junior college will present the HCJC Select Band Concert. All schools in the area will be involved in the concert of the select band students. Three students auditioned for the band on Monday night, March 14 and were selected to participate. They were 10th grader Lauri Bradley, alto sax; 10th grader Lynn Tiner, trom- bone; and 9th grader, Robert Wike, baritone. An Easter egg hunt is set for Sundav, March 27 at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church Educational Building and grounds. Shonda Moore of Canton spent the holidays with her father, Mark Moore and family, and grandparents, Nell and Houston Moore. Melissa Renteria is 8 MeUssa Renteria celebrated her 8th birthday Monday, March 14 with a slumber party. "Strawberry Short- cake" was the theme. She had seven guests. Jim and Ruth Sharp and twin daughters, Rebecca and Annie of San Antonio spent a few days with parents, Dick and Ellen Sharp. Jim has two more months in school. Connie McCrackin is on the sick list. Bro. Tim Edwards' sermon sunday was "Who Is Perfect?" The scripture was Phil/pplans 3:8-14. Special music at United Methodist was a solo, "One Day At a Time," by Monde Renteria, accompanid by Mary Ellen Johnston on the piano. Ann Jones and daughter as Jacksonville spent spring break with mother and grandmother, Maxine Reg. Price =79995 chairman ROy Stanfield. Members voted to build a new church when money is obtained. Melissa Boler led the pledges to the flags at First Baptist Sunday. The children's sermon by Bro. Dan Boler was "Jesus In The Temple." Deacon of the Week at First Baptist is Earl Wilkinson. ! i roup Limited Supply Group Includes: Sofa .Chair .2Wood end tables and a covered cocktail table. ure 319 N. Terry 489-0090 Malakoff Wallets, Clutches, Belts Make-Up Bags, etc. BROWSERS WELCOME Sherman and June entertained in the home of Margaret Green and Mrs. Annie Lanier. getting ready for Be ton with a luncheon having a St. There will be no Sunday evening :=% ...................... g in January. Patrick's Daytheme. services at United Methodist Church ......... at our house last The Ladies Bible Study met in the for the next two weeks. 'Worked on class addresses home of Cleora Fleming Tuesday. up a directory and Special welcome was given, followed by prayer by Janie Carter. Bantu Miller gave the lesson from Ezekiel, 14th and 15th chapters. Closing prayer was by Ozie Land. Refreshments were served. Steve Parker's family honored him with a surprise birthday party Tuesday night. Maureen Hoskins of Kerens is in Navarre Memorial Hosptial. Catherine Johnson has been a patient at Navarre Memorial Hospital. Larry Parker and Leo Stanton were involved in a one-car accident on the slick highway Tuesday night. Larry was not hurt, but Leo was thrown out of the car and his back has been hurting. Bro. Tim and Melissa Edwards spent to classes from Trinidad School will 1933, 1943, 1953, We hope to invite to attend the activities. They will be through 18. After the football game, around will meet at Trinidad the program and sas here Saturday and the Miller, boys, Bill Miller of Irving, spring break with i Miller. of Waco and of Midland visited with friends in Mesquite spent his grandparents, Loyd and Dora and J.C. ' of God Church had 81 in Sunday School on The new church on and the , summer. head of missions of will be the at the Ernest Jack visited in Ethel's sister on G. Ridens visited with who is ill. Fleming visited Burner in Broken Thursday through It usedto be your electric bill went up in the heat of the summer. And then next to nothing in spring and fall. Just trying to keep up with it was a full- time job. But it doesn't have to be, thanks to a plan from TP&L. INIlll0DUONG rdlE EQUAL PAYMENT lq.AM. With our Equal Payment Plan we can average your monthly electric char- ges. That means you'll pay the same for service all year long. You still pay for all you use, but you'll know exactly what to expect each and every month. 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