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4A--T/!e_Malakoff News~Thu~day, Marchh ~, 1_981 en to Ronald G. Nolen of Fort Stockton and Mrs. Kay Hawkins Nolen of Austin an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Ronda Kay, to Charles E. (Chuck) Jones Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones of Fort Stockton. The wedding is planned Saturday, May 16, in the First United Methodist Church of Fort Stockton. Both Miss Nolen and her fiance are graduates of Fort Stockton High School. as t A new asphalt road surface will be laid on the three city streets surroun- ding Trinidad School, councilmen decided Tuesday, March 17, in a regdlar session. Low bidder for the Town of Trinidad project was Harris & Son of Palestine at a cost of $21,875. Other bidders included L. J. Wheeler of Athens, Jack Daniels of Canton, Poole Brothers of Athens and B. G. Williams of Malakoff. Work should start on the project April 10 while students are out for spring break. In other business the council heard a request from a Lone Star Gas Company representative asking for a change in the company's ordinance. The change will allow LSG to assume responsibility for upkeep on all gas lines up to the customers house. The council also discussed a problem with a local busines where grease discharged from the business is clogging up the city's sewer lines. Director of Public Works Freddie Calvin reported to the council that a vandal had sand in the town's trac- The bride-to-he attended Midwestern Universiky in Wichita Falls and is pres t ,,employed with Clajon Gas Compao .,in San Antonio. Jones is a new building and children's church. graduate of the University of Texas at Wanda and Ray McNeil have Atmtinand is now attending St. Mary's returned home from their job in Law School in San Antonio. The couple Bangkok, Thailand. planto reside in San Antonio after their The W.M. of the Assembly of God marriage. Church out at Mankin will meet on Chuckis the grandson of the late Mr. Wednesday morning and will have a and Mrs. Frank Van Orden of Trinidad. special guest speaker. Sister Hooper reports 27 in church service on Sunday morning. to Jennifer Carter of Henderson spent this past week with her grandparents and returned home on Sunday with parents, Randy and Kay Carter. tar causing damage to the motor. The Myrtle Cude gave a special welcome council decided that as old as the trac- to the residents of Cedar Lake Nursing tar is a new machine should be pur- Home and presented birthday corsages chased rather than repair the old one. to Charles York, Alice Peters, James Bids will be secured for the purchase. Lockett, Callie Thomas, Jessie Meazelle, Freddie Kenner. "Happy One-act play set Birthday" was sung. "The Old Rugged Cross" was sung by Mrs. Frances Reid. for contest March 30 The devotional was given by Bro. Danny Baler from Matthew 6. Bro. "Rise and Shine," a comedy one-act Boler asked the questions, "How many play, Wilt be presented at the district are happy all the time? How many get contest on March 30, 5 p.m. at Navarro discouraged?" The greatest need is College, spiritual need. Just put your trust in the Ghar 0ters are Philip Sanford Grant Lord and don't worry about tomorrow. by :Jimmy Carter; Hepzibah MercyWorry about today. We must live each Jones by Lori Tidmore; Henery Joseph day with love, prayer and faith. Jones by Brad Elson; Jane Morrison by A skit of the Three Bears was read by Linda Rowland; tilternates are Sue Smalling with characters por- Mlchelle Fugate and Jerry Kemp. Crew traying their parts -- Lillian Mitcham, is Kyle Floyd and Vicki Bell; directed Papa Bear; Cleora Fleming, Mama by Mrs. Judi Langford, Trinidad High Bear; Magaret Currey, Baby Bear; School. Goldilocks, Myrtle Cude. Refreshments "ghe Fifth Sunday Singing will be at of ice cream and birthday cake were First Baptist Church on March 29. served to the group. Also attending Everyone is invited, were Kathi Boler, Melissia Boler, Pearl The Lakeside Baptist Church has YatesandMargret'sgrandsons. p=rchased new sound equipment for the Margret French has been back and A78x13 Whitewall FET:$1.76 The LEE GS300 Belted: ' {"r4" Two glass belts W/de, 7-rib tread Polyester cord High quality and low cost make the ]$300 one of the best values going! SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE forth to Kaufman to visit with her sister, Dot, who is in the Kaufman Presbyterian Hospital. After coming home from church Sunday evening, she was crossing the street and was hit by a car, which required hip surgery. A special welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer V. White who are now residing at Key Ranch. The Whites moved here from Grand Prairie and their grand- daughters, Kristal and Ashley White, of Hawkins spent the last week with them. Bryan Goodwin has been on his spring break from Kerens and spent this past week with his grandparents, the Clyde Goodwins. Funeral services were held for Mr. Tenny Jones (Roy), former Trinidad resident and dear friend, on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Bazette Baptist Church. Burial was in Prairie Point. Bro. Dan Baler, Lauri Bradley and Keri Baler attended the Youth Rally at First Baptist in Malakoff on Saturday, March 14. The group, Magic, had the program. They stand for Making A Gesture In Christ. Youth not attending really missed a blessing. The 43A all-district boys' and girls' basktball teams have been chosen. Glenn Boyd made first team; second team, Charles Caiman and Kyle Floyd; honorable mention, Brad Elsom. Coached by Larry Cumby. Girls district team -- second team, Lori Tidmore; honorable mention, Louise Hornbuckle and Vicki Bell. Coached by Benny King. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Story and daughters of Fort Worth visited with the Jim Gastons and attended the Senior and faculty basketball game Friday night. Lakeside Baptist completed their revival March 9-15 using their own members for devotional time, music, and testimonies. Bro. Floyd Loven preached a series of sermons on the church. There was good attendance, numerous visitors and a very suc- cessful revival meeting. Coach Larry Cumby and Deborah Sheffield of Dallas were united in marrmge on Saturday, March 14 at 6: 30 p.m..in Dallas. The Cumbys will live on Olive Street in Trinidad. Congratulations to a nice couple. Nell, Ryan and Lisa Sharp of Irving spent this past week with their grand- parents, Ellen and Dick Sharp, while parents were on a ski trip in Utah, Mr. Henery Bearden, our neighbor, returned home from Athens hospital on Tuesday. Sandy Lohman went back to work in the office at TP&L on Tuesday. Bethel and Vernon Kelly returnd home on Monday after visiting with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Kelly, and grandson, Bill, in Victoria. and daughter, Jennifer, A78x13 27.00 H78x14 50.00 B78x13 33.00 G78x15 46.00 E78x14 40.00 H78x15 49.00 F78x14 42.00 L78x15 50.00 G78x14 45.00 F.ET.: $1.76-3.13 FREE MOUNTING / CODY SPEAK (left) - GINGER KELLY Cody Speak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Speak, celebrated his first birth- day with a party Sunday, March 15, at 2 p.m. Guests included his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Standfield of Trinidad and uncles Timmy and Jerry Keith Stanfield; grandparents Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Speak of Kerens and aun- ts, Kathy Kimberly and great-grandparents, Mr. Stardield of Malakoff Mrs. Orville Speak of uncle and aunt, Mr. Stanfield and second Melissa, David and and friends, Mr. and Mrs. and Ginger of Henderson visited with old friends at the Friday night basketball game. They visited with parents, Alice and Jim Gaston. 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