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Vivian Reever of Trinidad McKinney of Tyler, Mrs. aola Rounsavall were Mr. and Mrs.  • Trinidad's points were rated High School was named best Smith of Tyler and Mrs. Kelly Smith and Susannah of in Division I. actress by the judges. Deanna Buford Finley of Marlin. Athens and Mr. and Mrs. Service Tanks If the SLate Health Depart- occasionally find tracks in our Jeff Dunacusky won first in Davis and Brian Gardenhire Men from the Trinidad Larry Gideon, Gregory and • ment ever finds our house we garage. He loves it. high jump with 5.8 and Fred of Trinidad were named to the Church of Christ have been Julia. Sunday guests were Mr. are sure to be quarantined. Fortunately, we do not Matthews won first in discus all-star cast. working recently preparing a and Mrs. Rick Surratt and Our family was at home have mice in our house, but with aqrow of 119 feet. home for their new pastor, daughters of Dallas, Mr. and Lease or Sale this weekend for the first time Chad, I found, had provided a Robert Farmer placed Marsha Clements returned Bro. Gary. Mrs. Mike Green and dau- ' in several weeks, and we trap in case. fourth in hurdles, Randy home Friday after a visit in Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fleming ghters of Grand Prairif, and designated the weekend for I was caught when I bent to Collins placed sixth in the 100 Mesquite with her grand- of Nacogdoches visited during Mrs. Velma Rounsavall of RADIO.EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR general house cleaning, pick up a hunk of cheese that yard dash, and Dunacusky paretns. Easter weekend with his Dallas. SPEEDY DELIVERY The utility companies must was tied with a one-half inch placed fourth in the mile run. Joel A. Ardoin and family parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Mrs. Ruby Taaffe left by have seen a surge in usage as rope to the door. The cheese, Bible Study Fleming, Jr. plane Sunday for ElPaso whre Reliance we continua,ly kept. the however, was the ,east dan- Today Deadline Guests in the home of Mr. she will be staying with her 6as washer, dryer, dishwasher, gerous looking thing I had TheTuesclay mme oudyof and Mrs. Dick Sharp during daughter, Frances, while re- and vacuum cleaner in opera- found in there, the Methodist Church met at the holiday weekend were Mr. couperating from a broken Lion. l can't explain exactly what 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. For Entering and Mrs. DuffShaffer and son hip. Mrs. Taffee has sent her of Athens Amy was in charge of her happened...I don't under- Tommy Stanfield. Ronnie of Pennsylvania, Mrs. love to her many friends via room, Bobby was busy with stand mechanics very well. Mrs. Bama Miller opened Queen' 000,test yard work, I had the majority Somehow, when I picked up the meeting with prayer and S Wayne Gillispie and son Todd the News and is looking! " of Garland, James Sharp of forward to being at home in C.M." Tinney, Owner of filth to scrape out, and we the cheese, the bedroom door continued the study of II convinced Chad that he could slammed, and a stack of Corithians. Today (April 3) is the Nacogdoches and John the near future. deadline for entries in the Phillips of Nacogdoches. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Ragle of DJa| 675.2269 in Athens best help by playing outside, tinkertoys fell in on me. Mrs. Milburn Johnston 1975 Henderson County Live- Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas were here Thursday to Amy cleaned out drawers I considered crying (1 do closed the meeting with stock Show Queens Contest. Bob Elsom during the holiday help their granddaughter, and sorted clothes that she that a lot). Inatead I picked prayer followed by refresh- Each FHA. FFA and 4-H wre Jan and Tony Mayer of Carrie Bankston, celebrate can no longer wear; Bobby nay way out of the mound of ments of coffee and donuts groupin Henderson County is Harrold. hamburgershauled off trashfor lunch;and grilledand I behindtinkert°VSme, closedand haven'tthe dOOrre, served by the hostess, eligible to select an entry. All Beauford Wright of Rusk raked out dried up banana turned since. I tooka 12 by [natJons entry forms plus a black and visited Wednesday morning _ peels from under Chad's bed. six inch piece of posterboard, white photograph must be with his mother, Mrs. C.C. Wright. Although I was depressed wrote "Enter At Your Own A drive is currently under- returned to Mrs. Lois Lewis, Elizabeth and Helen Clark upon discovering that I am Risk" on it, and securely way by the Trinidad Ceme- Route l, Box 77, Murehison, terv Association go collect Texas, bv the deadline, have been visiting during the not successfully combining a taped it to the outside of that funds for payment of summer * • * " holiday with their grand- "Career" and managing a door. The queen will receive a home, things went smoothly Chad was upset when he work. Lacy Chiles, or Mrs. beautiful trophy, be featured parents, Mr, and Mrs. W.H. ---- until mid-afl.ernoon, came in later and found he Clyde Rosecan be eontaeted if on Lhe inside oever of next Clark. It was then that I was had missed the mouse. He donations are to be made. year's catalogue and be en- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jack-  "'- caught in Chad's mouse trap. was pleased, however, that I March Donations tered in the tops in Texas, son visited in khrdin Friday (;had has been faseinad hadn't "messed his stuff up" Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Lavalle RCA Jacksonville Rodeo with their children, ,rod re- since we discovered field mice while cleaning. $40.00 Houston Queens Contest as Dutehess turned their granddaughter, in our garage. We catch a few, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Whither from the Henderson County Leslie Harem, to her home Station Burns following a visit with her particularly when a change of $5.00 Houston Livestock Show. The runner- weather is immanent, and up will receive a trophy and grandparents. :;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;::::.;:::::;'.x.:;:;.;.;:;:;:;:;:;.:, The Fina Station operated Methodist Women all other participants will Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy ............ hy Mr. and Mrs, Tinney Jones receive a rememberanee, and children of Wimberley on Highway 31 in Trinidad The United Methodist The 1975 queen must be and Jamie Bradshaw of FEIVI'II.IZER was destroyed by fire early Women met Monday at 2 p.m. present at all contests during Houston spent the Easter Bagand Bulk Tuesday. in the education building for the show to present awards weekend with their parents, Convenient Food Store avaliablenow ]'he blaze, blamed on an the church for a study and and to assist show officials. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw. CATT|,EMAN'S SUPPI,Y electrical wire short in the program. She will be expected to return Mr. and Mrs. Clint Floyd. • Jr. and children hosted a 220 llwv' 31LEaI Malak°ff489*1509 aroundbUikiing'8:30rep°rtedlYa.m, began openedMrS' theW'C'meetingFleming'withJr'a andnext crownYear LOthelead1976thequeen.parade family birthday dinner Friday. Flats Fixed Grease Off Change No one was injured in the welcome followed by prayer Entries must be a least 14 for their daughter and son-in- ) ) ¢,',,',',',',','- ..................... fire. .... • ,,,,.,.,.,.,.,.,:,:+:,:.:.:,:,:.:,:.:,:,:,:,:...,:.,, led by Mrs. A.L. McCraekin years of age Previous winners law. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. Fleming was in charge of are ineligible. The queen will Cheatwood .. Rick's Exxon l''P--][ FUNEUL the program on "An Easter be selected on poise, beauty, tock and Jan of Ennis visited Serendipity" taken from personality, costume and during the holidays with his I'A)t.rlAL HOME Mrs. George horsemanship. She will be mother, Mrs. J.H. McClin- HWY 31 KERENS 396: Black, Mrs. Frank Van presented Thursday night, on tack. * arden, and Mrs. C.C. Wright horseback, dressed in western all participated in the pro- wear and be judged by a panel Mr. and Mrs. Spud gram. Mrs. John French of three judges. Contestants ' We accept all b rial the meeting, will be required to perforrn a • U Drama Winner patLern. BOY YOU" HOME NOW. policies at face value Trinidad High School CO ty e rr°spect:ive home bu)',r has fat the past: few years one of the two winning Perform WeiiAt be of .ea0000ng of. 489 1500 Conference 34-B contest at PHONE Henderson 00ouo** .o,o00 Livestock Show EE College this week." Admittedly, economic conditions are better now then As one of the two best they were in August and September of 1974. Nevertheless plays, they will advanee to the membersTheHenders°nC°unty4"Hmade a good the wise buyer will not wait for mortgage rates or for prices ' showing at the reeent Mabank of new homes to go down. Here Livestock Show. 4-Her's that had winning Labor and mater.als are increasing at a rampant rate. of '75 !: !i i,;. animalSfollows: inviekythe shOWMartin,are lstaS Cost of new homes is accelerating. The amount of money the place Hereford heifer over 18 buyer could have osly saved by a decrease in interest TllkBflhoflomlrl/ol. months and Reserve Chain- rates pion Herefordheifer; Theresa will. be offe-by the drastic surge of new home Martin, 1st place senior Here- prices. ford heifer; Mike MeConathy. " \\;. 4lh place bull of all other Then the real question is asked, "Will better market '. \\; breeds under l2 months: Joel conditions recognized as of late result in lower mortgage rates?" Finch, lst place heifer of other We at Navarro Savings Association do not claim to be qualified \\; breeds over 18 months and to make an economic forecast, nevertheless, we do believe that Reserve Champion heifer of the improved market conditions are only temporary. The all other [)reeds', Dave fe Waggoner, lst place heifer of Government's deficit is on an increase and this will result in other breeds under 12 months, record Government borrowing. With the Federal Government, Champion heifer of all other General Motors, Bell System, Credit Unions, Banks and Savings breeds, and Grand Champion and Loans competing for the investment dollar, mortgage rates heifer of the show. Ken will again surge to the levels of August and September, 1974 pionMCGee hadsteer the Grand Cham-and Stacy 9. 507o to 10%. In reading the newspaper , you have probably ' Simmons had the Reserve noted that long term rates for various notes and bonds have Champion Steer. recently increased. Other 4-Her's that showed anima]s at the sh,,w ere Tony There are some great bargains in the housing market and New '75 Cub Cadet  Cadet ® Riding Mowers International Power Ownes. Cheryl Johnson, Pat lawn and garden -easy-to-handle, 5 Mowers-230,bigmodels Navarro Savings Assoc±ation advises you to take advantage of tractors-they'requiet, and7HPeasy-starting for1975! and22" Mills.Dyer' Robertpaul Whatley,Mills' RodneYjeff those offerings. We have funds available for homes which have with iso-mountsand engines, wideblade cutting widths...3and Allbright, Daryld Hamilton previously been occupied and mortgage money is readidly avail- extra insulation.., with cutting heights 3.bHPengines. and KirkSimmons. able for new construction. For as little as 5°/° down, Navarro Maintenance Minderto from lW'to4". Adjustable cutting All 4-Her's and FFA -Savings Association will finance your home over a period of tell you when to Attachments for heights, super-sized members are getting ready for 30 years at a rate of 8.25°/o. Of course, the 8.25% is for prime service. 50 attachments sweeping, hauling, ' wheels, folding handle, the upcoming Henderson loans and is subject to change. We ask that you give us the startingaVailable 6 new, eaSY-models. Takegrading or home today, type.Self'pr°pelled or push-Walk out with ApriIC°untYl6-19.Livest°ck Show, opportunity to offer financial assistance in the purchase of Cub Cadet 8OO Cadet Riding MowerS5 your favorite today. Entry Deadline for that your new home. show is April 4, 1975. "°'°" *1364 Priced at, 20" ,H Power Mower Priced *11 HOME FINANCING Wylie President dl 53 at 9.  [J[Jll : j[ David , NAVARRO SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Now Available With Purchase Of Any 1974 Model In German mythology, the giants will come to battle the Cub Cadet Tractor At Regular Price .o, on a boat made from fingernails! t " " €. M ,,:,., ....................... ,,v...ow] We Will Give Fre ower [ • And Installtion. Oose Mondays  avingsAssociation |! ] W. 3rd Ave. at N. 12th St. :/: , Subject To Stock On Hand l! , '):)": ,'] " :" ' r pl  '..,.dayth,. 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