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31, 1977 / -The Scarecrow, Wizard of Oz." The play is and Dorothy their entrant for UIL contest their trip to Emerald which was held last Tuesday. m the Trindad High The Scarecrow is Jeff Thorpe, by Pzoduction of "The ..... : the Tinman is Fred Mattbews and Dorothy is played by Deanna Davis. [Staff Photo Loraine Herline] MALAKOFF NEWS Page 7 li . ii'00 TrinidadoNews i! By Sherry Kent Bro. Earl King was the guest speaker at Emmanuel Baptist Church, Houston, on Wednesday, March 23 during their Week of Prayer prior to their Living Proof Revival this week. Also accompanying Bro. King were Mrs. King, and the singing quartet from Trinidad's First Baptist, Joe and Bernice Stubblefield, Bob Stolusky, and Rabble Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Clover McClintock and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent attended a Banker's Convention in Dallas at the Sheraton Dallas hotel in Dallas on March 26. The Convention is sponsored and hosted by the banks that are members of the Fifth District of the Texas Bankers Association. Entertainment for the evening banquet was by June Valli and Jimmy Merchant who are best remembered for their singing "Crying in' the Chapel" some years ago and Marilyn Michaels, singer, actress and comedienne. John Cartlidge has returned home from Tyler where he has been visiting with his daughter Maxine Ross Cartlidge who is a patient in Medical Center Hospital. Mrs. Euna Cart- lidge remained in Tyler until Hurry! Sale Ends Ap 18 o[.SA00 'El ld )n ip u TO i I| once-a-year ' Save Twice! ! the local  First on the purchase price, Le for ., second on electric bills. oice,  NOW'S the time to save on Friedrich was in  room air conditioners. Friedrich bewith . high EER ratings me.n you can llowingMarch E' - save on electric bills too. [ Buy today, offer is limited. relatives. Mrs. Ray Kent and Rae Ann accompanied her parents, the M.E. Neills of Bartlesville, Okla., to Dallas on March 23. Mrs. Neill was attending a meeting at the Fairmont Hotel. Jeffery McClintock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve McClintock was taken to the hospital last week after running a high temperature for several days. He was brought home to be treated for a strep infection. Word of Mrs. Mag Ridgway is that she is doing real good and should be returning home sometime towards the end of the week from St. Paul's Hospital after hsvln hack sur,erv. The First Baptist Church of Tri.'ni'da_d_ hosted the Aemocia- tional Vacation Bible School Workshop on March 28. The Baptist Women First Baptist Church held their monthly Bible Study on March 21 in the Fellowship Hall. Bro. and Mrs. Earl King were in Dallas on March 21 to visit with Mrs. Mag Ridgway in St. Paul's Hospital. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Edwards and children were Tracy and Gaylon, Jr., of Malakoff. Remember elections on April 2. Vote for the candidate of your choice, but do vote. Mrs. Rob Rozell Dallas last weekend to be with her brother's family following his death on Thursday, March 24. ask about our i Room Air Conditioners : /!;!! /i i I i ,i'i I i THE YELLOW as she searches for a way back am Dorothy was played by ROAD! - The Good to Kansas. The Good Witch Demna Davis. [Staff Photo of the North directs was played by Vivian Reever by Loraine Herline] right direction Baptist Hosts Retreat Friday, March 25 the followed by volleyball, ping- Yes mission work. The Baptist Church of hosted a two day for the boys Association. churches attended, Cayuga Drive, Parkview, Malakoff; Springs, Eustace; Trinidad; Crescent and Calvary Trinidad. of 46 campersand 9 the evening activities pang, baseball, and skate- boarding. In a more serious nature the boys enjoyed Bro. Bob Henley presenting gospel magic, and his puppet friend, "Amos Matthews". The movie, "The Gospel Road" was shown starring Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. This is a movie showing the Holy Land. Bro. Wilbur Wright told of his experiences while on the mission field in Washington and Alaska. The morning, highlights were when Michael Nasser a native of Jerusalem, Israel told the boys of his homeland. The boys from each church put on a skit, puppet show or talent time to entertain. There was a study time for forward steps taught by Mr. Billy Wilbanks. The morning message was brought by the host pastor, Bro. Bliss. During the" business meeting the boys voted to give $25.50 to Bro. Henley for his ministry and $25.50 for meeing adjourned after a hamurger lunch. ililI ddad Menu i!i i::i:: i:: Apr 4 - 8 Mnday: Fish Crlspies with Tartr Sauce, Snow Flake Pottoes, Green Lima Beans, Des,.rt, Milk, Bread. Ttsday: Beef Casserole, Gree Beans, Fruit Salad, Hot olls, Milk. Wnesday: Hamburger with rimmings, Salad Bowl, Frem Fries, Dessert, Milk. Thsday: Baked Turkey Roll th Cream Sauce, Corn, Englit Pea Salad, Dessert, Milk,tread. Fray: Sandwiches, PotatChips, Deviled Eggs, Desse, Milk. Vail Coverings [ 489-0287 t )105 lerry - Malakoff Thursday. Mrs. Mary Arnold, also, visited in Tyler with her sister, Maxine. The Trinidad Band presented their annual Spring Concert in the school auditor- ium on Tuesday evening, March 22. John Spencer is band instructor. Mrs. Ray Kent and chil- dren, Travis and Rae Ann were in Tyler on March 24 to visit with her sister, Rita Manzelmann and daughter Mikki. In the absence of Bro. Earl King at the Wednesday night service on March 23, Jerry Crocker brought the message. at the First Baptist Church of Trinidad. A Housewarming for the James Johnstons was given in their home on Saturday, March 26, from 2-4 p.m. Hostesses for the event we Mms. Robert Lohman, Tom Lee, Bob Johnson, Larry Estes, Mickey Jones, and Wayne Tidmore. Refresh- ments were served to guests who came buy to see the Johnston's lovely new home at 615 Smith Street. Many lovely gifts were received by the honorees from their friends, neighbors, and I i I ELEANOR ROBERTSON [ PH.489-1335 l, 119 N. Terry, Malakoff For called the for Better have launched a Campaign to elect a resident of 1948, mayor of is a retired supervisor for Produeing Co., served that company He managed the and supervised ,as processing a member of the Committee !on and a member of Lodge//759. Past experience in includes serving Council at Frier, lived before moving a member of the ist Church in Paid for by Ann Trinidad] Subscribe- 489-0531 EXPERT L COWBOY "IEADQUARTERS ) SALE ""',="" ,.o. SALE Highway 31 West 214 - 675-5590 ALL DENIM 4 Days Only 2 for =25 DENIM Reg. Retail 14 LEVI & WRANGLER Flare Leg CHECKS & SOLID COLORS SALE PRICE q.99 to s9.88 CHILDRENS SHIRTS JEANS Now &=4 CHECKS DEMIN & SOLIDS ALL LADLES WEAR DOWN-STAIRS 50% OFF AND LOWER LADLES KNIT PANTS PRICE MEN'S SHIRT SALE Long Sleeve & Short NOW =4 to =8 =12 WE EXTEND A WESTERN WELCOME TO YOU! 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