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The Oalakoit News, Thursday, April li, lSS,I.-4A , . yM s. WC. Flem,ng, students' ti e "for our, b tUlamg program for the new showing films of his'~oly ~--~;ur.~ S'~da~ul~d~... were here Sunday for the'" Place "ok ts to tt d Sesame emoms ;nurch. Memuers of the United Methodist Maynard aria ' ry Massengale o: anniversary of Claude and Lorene A s prise birthday dinner was held OnSunday, April 17 at 7 p.m. will be Church will be serving a meal to the Athens visited with Dora and J.C. Jackson and via,ted with Donna Ren- in the home of Harden and Odessa the scheduled program for the WeMey students of the Wesley Foundation at Pe ol 'rnunglayatt no m. teria, Mtlburn and Mary Ellen John- Alrheart on Saturday, April 2, honoring e onndation. ro. Tim Edwm'ds will lm the Ark. Smeial Marina will be tAkam Thalnm and Don Jolmlon d Tatnmston. their daughter, Gloria Mitcham and ,d _ Jllk " Sunday morning chuch services were granddaughter, Gina Mitcham of held at 9 a.m. at Trinidad United Granbury. Gina was 13 years old. Methodist in order that members might Also attending were Brandy and Mike ..... : ' ' " .'. '. . ' go out to the 11 a.m. Revival Service Mitcham, Steve and Cookie Airheart " .... ' : conducted by Bishop Robert Goodrich !_ and children, Spence and Kourtnie, and ' " ' ~ '~i~~' / ~ ~ I ' ~ j " ~ ...... " of Houston. the singing Trinidad group Guy Jones. : - IV' " ' from United Methodist gave a special, The Ladies of the- First Baptist ,' f [JmL' lll "How Great Thou Art" at the 9 a.m. Church made little Easter baskets with llf -% - : service Members are Cindi Graves candy in them. Hazel Johnston and ~ " ' / '." ;~ * "; 4~ t'~ , ~f~~ Ann Reunsavall, Megan Green, Ann Myrtle Cude carried them to Cedar ...... , , : "- - ' ]Hi Holcomb, Mondo Ran,aria and Gay|and Lake Nursing Home for tray favors for .... ...... . ..... ' . Johnson. , the residents. ,i The choir members of United Congratulations to Janet Mcclintock, ' Methodist and the singing group gave who made the J.V. cheerleader squad ~ ~~[N~~[b ' .... i" two specials at Cedar Lake United at Mabank High School. Jan is the ~k ' Methodist on Sunday evening- "How ~ ~ ,, ,, granddaughter of my neighbor, Edith , Great Thou Art, and The King Is McClintock. _ _ ,, Coming." A large group attended from Jonnie Bell Martin returned home ............... Trinidad church, as well as visitors from Navarro Hospitalon Thursday. M /- _ -- -- ' from Malakoff, Mabank, Dallas and The Ladies Bible Study met Tuesday Palestine. at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jackson of Lone Harrison. Announcements were made, lt J Star Road were honored at their 0th followed by prayer by Myrtle Cude. ' wedding anniversary Sunday, April 10 Bama Miller gave the lesson from .... at the Trinidad United Methodist Ezekiel 36:33-34. Meeting closed with , Educational Building. Honoring them prayer by Janie Carter. i on this special occasion were their Present for the meeting was J anice ~i ~:!~I : ~i ~ chlldran, Patand BfllHammof Devers, Wilkinson, Jewel Uhrich, Bama Miller, !~ ~ ~/:~ :,~. ~i[[~ Texas. A host of friends called during Alice Wright, Marion Williams, Ellen .': thehoursof2to4pm Sharp, Gertrude Stanfield, Myrtle Guests visiting parents, Lorena Cude, Gladys Randall, Beula Mae f and Claude Jackson, were Pat and Bill Trotman. Harem of Devers, Leslie Erwin Cookies, cheese, punch and coffee ~~' i~.il ~ ~[ ~ ~:r. Stauffer of Taylor, Billy and Cathy was served by the hostess. R IO A Harem and daughter, Jennifer Harem Trinldad's Big Mamu and the Kiddos EG N L QUALIFIERS--Four students from Trinidad High School will advance to l~l UIL ompetitina in Kilgm'e of Devers hand entertained the crowd at Car- Saturday. The district winners include Grog King, number sense; Tamru Estes, feature writing and editorial writing; Wo,,,:= t~ Trinidad .~ff and Debhi sienna Derrick Days Saturday af-Charles Caiman, headline writing and Brent Slier, headline writing. Miss Estes 11 making a repeat trip to regional, having ......................... Wa't_:~n"and" "chi"i~lr'~n' "who" live on ternoon, April 9. Members of the band place fourth in the State UIL meet last year. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) McEntire Street are Sue Knight, Lynn Tiner, Bryan ' Stanton.Bearden' Kindra Tiner and Diana Mr. and Mr.s. Claude Jack.son [ TODAY'S I Delmer Blake is in Mesquite W ! Physicians Hospital, Room141..Nominate your 1983 Senior Citizen for h?n?redudW2cLh w5?th 3rfe ep lond I MANUFACTURED Henderson County. The deadline is. . , .g . April 30. Send your nomination to m An Carolyn Brown, CEA, Room 305 honored with a reception Sunday, April niversary. I HOblES r~ .~ ~ a-~. Guests called during the hours of 2 to | 1--'-- -- ~ [ ' Courthouse, Athens, Texas, 75751. lrlnlltt! firemen 4 p.m. at the Trinidad United Methodist | byRan Jones [ The Trinidad Citizen of the Year .... Church fellowship hall. | | entry forms are at the Trinidad City complete training Hosting the occasion were their | Hall. All entires must be returned to the ~ ' ..... ir men cam children, Pat and Bill Hamm of Devers | Chamber of Commerce office no later *rrinmao volunteer e - than April 28. The award wiU be pleted their training session by Texas . D _n a.R teria,register gues .at [ A STEADY INCREASE IN VALUE | ' ervlce of me voo . tte resnments at wending En meerin Extension S presented at the annual Chamber of g g cake ntmch and coffee were served b,, I The mobility of o manufactured home almost always ends when ,t [ Commerce hanQuet. " TexaScertificat.esA&M were ,,resented to 13 Mary' Parks" of Denton, Charlotte Parks: I is transported to the s~te" chose by the home buyer. Noteworthy, too, I The junior high boys track team ..... v: _. " ro" of EdomandTeenaDerrickofEdon II is the fact that your factory-built home con, like other homes, op- | WednesdayCmpeted inatthe2:30Kerensp.m. TrinidadTrack Meetboys [l=mnec :im'net;iC re mg n;X P mc- The hall was decorated with white | preciote in value, especially when well located. Many manufactured | finished in third place with gSpoints. Those who were certified include Ar- archways .covered .in .greenery. The | home owners have found that the steady increase in value of their [ center aren nero wrote save anu gomen Pearl, and Hollis Hines were inthur Arnold, Dan Phillips, Buster weddin~belis | homes represents o strong foundation for their growing financial se- | Garland visiting with her children, Airheart, Charles Caiman, Darel . .. .... II curP,, Terry, Jimmy Blakeney, William Among the out-at-town guests atten- ',' [ Jean and Nell Chamberlain and Wayne Patterson Scott _din.g were DonandThe!ma Johnston of | Come by our Display Center today and see the home of tomorrow | daughters Marci and Margo. They ' nun,,Tatum, uavta, uonme ann Asmey ,~,~ _ m, n,,factured home i attended church services with the .................................... ~,eo,,o ,oof no. Wh=.le.. Chorp,t+o ~.a ...... ~,,~v .... v ...... __ hn Sulak and Johnnie Svobeda ~'~ ........... " .......... Chamberlldns at the Episcopal Church. .... , ,. ; roy Parks of Edom, Teena Derrick | | Mary Ellen Johnston has donated a o lrtf lte ' ' lMickey ,Derrick, Jr. of Ben | - | beauUful handmade afghan to be given ......... Wheeler, Cathy, Billy and Jennifer | Ofllll1 illl gl/r UflU[?O ,,, I away to benefit the Trinidad United =nn...n..ed hv "Hamm of Devers, Phil and Elizabeth l .lilil[ nJunr rnlllr.! c Methodist BulldingFund. The donation u Parks and Travts and Melissa of | vvm m a ah r aa-- s av,,,--v 2' I is $1 on each ticket. The afghan is on * Frankston, Ervm and Loshe Stauffer of Hw 3] E Mol k Tex s - display at Trinidad City Hal. All Trinidad FHA " " " I y a o , a 489 1848 I Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Edwards | " " , | Unitedtickets.Methodist members are selling Officer candidates for the Trinidad of League City. ,, Cecil and Marie Wallace of Clifton Future Homemakers of America Chap- ...... were by for a visit with the Flemings on ter for 1983-84 include Kim Jenkins as president, Tamra Estes as vice Saturday afternoon. They also visited president, Lauri Bradley as vice with the Walter Loveretts, Jack Bark- era, Gilbert Willlamses and friends at president in charge of encounter, Pen- Key Ranch. ny Johnston as vice president in charge The United Methodist bake sale helo of programs, Melinda Claiborn as vice president, in charge of public relations, . ~ ,, ./..f'~-:~..,,:.~. on April 2 nettedfor the building Sophta Dawson as vice president in ./'- "-. fund. Thanks again to everyone,charge of recreation, Glenda Randolph / Jack Riley will be giving an organ as treasurer, Amy Rounsavall as recital at the 49er Club Bullding. secretary, Kristi Jones as parliamen- I1 I II~mmlLmm II . ' :~ _~'U "~. ~--~,". .' " \~'~ . Nina Wright is a patient in Lakeland . Hospital. , tarian and Tammy Wike as historian. 1[ t.m B~--ltl~B~--~ Ik I1| " ~ ,-~ ~. ~1]~]:' l~,~..',,." ,'i/1~"~ ~, Connie McCrackin has been Private house worth I id ! //." " J! dismissed from Mother Frances .. IWM "" T " Hospital after surgery. $55 mdhon dollars k :.;: " k . - On April 3, Jim Ball of the Church of Christ began giving the Sunday mor- ning Sunday School le'ssons from the Book of Revelation. "" I Mankin Assembly of God Church had i for Sunday School. Many thanks to the men who came and poured the concrete for the baptistry. They also began pouring the sidewalk. The Ward Family Singers will be singing on Thursday, April 28 at the night service. There will be a nursery attendant for those having children under three years of age on Sunday mornings. Jermany Lovelady was the winner of the bike for bringing the most members to Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kelly attended a niece's wedding on Saturday night in Temple. The women are invited to attend the Women's Faith Circle Group of Bible study at the home of Melissa Edwards on Thursday night at 7 o'clock. The United Methodist Building Fund has reached 5,577.35, for which we are very grateful. We have to have $50,000 cash before we begin borrowing the rest to learn how to live a healthier more dynamic life by the re-discovery of Herb Formulations. Hear John and Lillian Barron of Garland, Texas liscuss: weight loss, energy, sinus, arthritus, headaches, allergies, kin care and much more. Samples available. Be there at 2:00 p.m. aturday, April 16, 1983. Malakoff Evenings 4119-151tll may have heard some talk about Eustace and Payne Springs leaving United Telephone's Athens District to become part of our Kaufman District on April 18. We have two very good reasons for making this move and we would like to share them with you. Since the Kaufman District headquarters is emember to use the , following numbers on and after April 18: PAYNE EUSTACE SPRINGS BUSINESS OFFICE 425-8501 887-2101 REPAIR 8T05 425-8511 887-6901 REPAIR AFTER HOURS 1 61 1 61 1 United Telephone of Texas /i ;i J i~i~ :i r~