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SA--The Malakoff News Thursday, April 16, 1981 @ By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. NIKKI BANKSTON AND BENJ! ROLISON were ready for Easter last week and had an advance hunt at Trinidad School while their mothers served an older class. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Christ in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Love and son .... Stephen visited friends and attended church services Sunday morning at Church of Christ. Sam and Mary Davis of Courtland, New York, visited with Florence and Luther Stenfield this past week. Rose Jones, granddaughter of Otis and Juanite Stanfleld of Mahank, visited Saturday and Sunday. Congratulations to Rose who will be a Mahank cheerleader next year 1981-82. Shirley Watson, wife of pastor Bill Watson of Calvary Baptist, entered Tyler Medical Center on Wednesday and had surgery on Thursday, 9th. Her BUL~ S]~Ei room Is 514. Shirley thanks everyone for APRIL 1' their prayers, v ts and cards. nntMItND John Parks is in Baylor Hospital, : RIIMIIDUr :, Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lohman, David :; Lohnmn, Jerri McElroy, Sue McElroy visited in Tyler with Shirley Watson at Tyler Medical Center. Senior citizens met Wednesday, April 10, for their monthly meeting. Mr. Earl Wilkinson gave welcome to the 39 present, one visitor. 42 games and singing was enjoyed and everyone enjoyed the great lunch. New officers for next year will be Jim Williams, president; Earl Wilkinson, vice- president; Printice Harrison, treasurer; Oleta P/dens, secretary. Happy birthday was sung to those having April birthdays. A lovely pink carnation basket floral arrangement honoring Liila Quinn A wedding shower for coach Larry Gordon, Jeffery Boggns, Cory Jenkins, .from her relations, the Sheltons, was Cumby and bride was held Monday Shannon Linker, Kevin Carter, Picky enjoyed by all at First Baptist on night at the homemaking department Stanfield, Ryan Renteria, Chad Sunday, April 12. at Trinidad school. The homemaking Rounsavall, Tommy Ardion, Michael Elementary students enjoyed their girls made the cake square. Teachers and trustees' wives were invited to the shower. The grand opening and Trinidad Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremonies was held at Margarett's Plant and Garden City on 317 East Highway 31 near the Dairy Mart on Saturday, I0 a.m., April II. Ozell Franklin made the homemade cakes, punch. Assisting her at the refreshment table were Mary Alice Ingram and Bess Maya. Also working during day with Margarett were Lesa Dyer and Angle Miller. John Spencer, beginner band director, and students were over at Cedar Creek Lake Nursing Home on visited with her father Herb Saunders egg decorated by Vlckey. The class and will be back up to help him enjoyed cakes and decorated rabbits celebrate his 80th birthday on April made by the mothers, Sandy Bankston. 24th. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Monroe and Five men from First Baptist attended son of Carthage visited with the Norris the breakfast out at Oak Chapel Baptist family. East Texas final census figures are in MARGARETT'S PLANT AND GARDEN CENTER in Trinidad was welcomed by members of the Ch~ Saturday with ribbon cutting ceremonies. Pictured center, with the sizzors, is owner Margarett Miller. Far Mayor Ernest Jenkins and far left Is Chamber president James Johnston. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) brought a salad which was enjoyed in parsonage home of Carol and Robert Foster. The ladies will go to Cedar Lake Nursing Home on Wednesday afternoon Alrheart. annual Easter egg hunts and parties Mary Domintck of Oregan is here before being dismissed for the week's visiting her sister, Janie Carter and Easter holidays on Friday afternoon. family. The students and, I know, the teachers An Easter egg hunt is being planned were ready for a break. I didn't get to for the nursery and beginner Sunday attend all the Easter egg hunts but did School classes of Calvary Baptist anJoy Mrs. Peggy Farmer's thirdgrade Church on Easter Sunday afternoon at class and the mothers. Carrie Bankston the church, won the prize egg and received her big Bro. Jimmy Munns of the Mankin Ruth Mann, Mrs. Lohman, Jerri prize of a beautiful sugar egg decorated Assembly of God Church will begin a McElroy visited Sunday at Medical by room mother Vickey Svob0da. Jason revival meeting on Monday night April Center with Shirley Watson. Rolison found the most eggs and he 27 at the community center. Everyone Frances Ann Edgar of Universal City received a beautiful decorated sugar is urged to attend and hear gospel Friday, April 10, after lunch to en- tertain the residents. Students par- on Saturday morning. Bro. Danny ticlpating were: Ellsha Bankston, Boler showed slides on the home Angelia Miller, Shonda Crocker, Kasey mission work in Montana and James Jones, Susan Green, Jim Thorpe, Terry Johnston showed slide presentations on LAMESA 81LLICK was presented three framed one-dollar bills by Trlnlda town employees at her last meeting as mayor, The three bills represent each year she "has served the town as mayor. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) and Trinidad had population in 1970 - 1,079 and the shows we have grown to 1,130. ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY at 2:00 p.m. for Bible reading and singing. First Baptist Church bought a 12 passenger tan van last Friday for members of First Baptist to enjoy. The MYF and sponsor Ann Roun- sovall will sponsor their annual United Methodist Easter egg hunt for all young children on Saturday, April 18, 2:00 p.m. Children bring four eggs. preaching and singing. Lamesa Sillick has been in Athens Memorial this past week with pneumonia. Mike Cole's parents of St. Jo visited last Sunday. Mrs. Scotty Boomer of Clande, Tea., visited from Sunday through Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Oran Winston. Mr. and Mrs. Don Chamblis came by and The new city hall has a new gold sign visited Sunday night. Tl~e Chamblises ~ aainted this past week, Trinidad City live in Mesquite. II, which sure makes the building Mrs. Daisy Stanfield came home look nice. from Athens Memorial Hospital Gravesida services were held on Thursday morning but returned hack to Thursday, March 9th, 3:m p.m. for ~ thehmpttal T4mmday night with chills former Trinidad resident Mr. Bill and high fever. Phillips at Trinidad Cemetery with Rev. Wayne Warren officiating. Mr. Phillips died on Monday in Tacoma, Wash. Survivors were two sons Carl Phillips of Florida, Herbert Phillips of Washington and daughter, Fayrene Richardson of Tyler. Our sympthay to Mrs. Opal Lewis returned home from Corsicana hospital Wednesday and was hack in church on Sunday. Mary Helen Covey returned home on Sunday after being here this past week with her mother, Opal Lewis. John Wilhanks of Beckville is here for this Easter break visiting grand- parents, Dora and J.C. Peebles. John enjoyed his ride on the bus. The ladies of the Mankin Assembly of family members. Family members stayed in the home of the Oran Wlnatons on Wednesday and Thursday. Among the Junior high girls winners God Church held a garage sale on in the top sixth in district track meet, Lawerence St. at O. B. Casseup Trinidad: second, 400meter run, Tara building on Saturday, April 14. All Thorpe; second, Kim Gordon, dash; proceeds went into their building fund. third, 400 meter relay, Kim Gordon, Among the workers were pastor's wife Tara Thorpe, Barbara Livingston, Martha Munns, Danna Ferrell, Frances MeElroy. Mrs. Betty Ann Young and children Tammie, Roy, Dennis of Lamar, Ark., are here during their Easter holidays visiting with parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Blythe. David Burton has begun remodeling his building the former "Corner Care". Thereasa Echols; third, 1,600 meter relay, Leslie Henderson, Kim Gordon, Theremm Eehols, Barbara Livingston; fourth, long Jump, Barbara Livingston; discus, Renae Polk; fourth, triple Jump, Barbara Livingston, 26'10"; second, shot, Ronae Polk; sixth, shot, Barbara Livingston; team points 69. Trinidad high school district track meeting was held in Cross Roads with Mr. Jack Eckeberger is glad to be no regional winners. Kyle Floyd was home after a five weeks stay in Baylor third in hurdles; Greg King, fourth, hospital. The Eckebergers live at discus; Brad Ehtom, sixth, discus. Creslenn Park. Harden and Odessa vlaRed recently On Sunday, April 12, certificates six with their children in Grandbury. months, three months attendance pins were given by Ann Rounsavali at the The ladies of Mankin Assembly will general assembly of the Sunday School . have a bake sale on Saturday, April 18 at United Methodist Church with the before Easter Sunday in Trinidad in following receiving a six month's at- front of Barksdale Food Mart and they tendance pin: Chad Rounsavall, Megan will also have a bake sale Saturday, 18, Johnston, Jed Johnston; three months, out at Seven Points in front of Food Ryan Renteria, MeUssa Renteria, Fare. These ladies are working hard to Tommy Ardion; certificates of good get money in their building fund so let's attendance given to Kevin Condreay, buy some "Easter" bakery goods from Ricky Stanfield, Brent Hiler, Mary Ann them. Stanfield, Bryan Hller, Jeff Hiler. The ladies of the Church of Christ met First Baptist Church will have a on Tuesday, 10:00 a.m., at the church sunrise service Easter Sunday at the for their Bible study class. Each lady hack of the church. Trinidad Sehool menu APRIL 20-24 Monday: Hot dogs with buns, potato tots, pork and beans, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Fish sticks, pinto beans, french fries, macaroni salad, cornbread, milk. Wednesday: Baked sliced turkey with gravy, green beans, hot rolls, jello, milk. Thursday: Vegetable soup and crackers, sandwiches, cookies, sliced cheese, macaroni salad, milk. Friday: Hamburgers, salad, french fries, pinto beans, fruit jello, milk. HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See... Sue B rnett Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0520 On May 11 the First Baptist Church will be having revival services. Bro. Loule Barron will be evangelist with Bro. Johnny Jackson directing the music. Cottage prayer meeting May 4- 9. Tuesday Bible study met April 7 in the home of Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. A welcome given to Theddus Goodman and Mary Dominick follo~ved by an- nouncements of the sick. The opening prayer by Janie Carter, Bama Miller gave the Bible lesson from Coloesians, fourth chapter, I Thessalonians. Twenty-five members present. Mrs. Alice Wright was co-hostess with cake, chips, punch, coffee. Bro. Brantley's son, Robert Brantiey, is recovering from surgery. Roy, Kay Stanfleld, Ricky, Mary Ann Gertrude Stanfield, Tommy Stanfleld spent Sunday in Granbury with Janie, Ray, Daniel Stanfield. Shirley, Don Bevell and daughters visited with relatives. The Trinidad Chamber met on Monday, 7 p.m. for a short meeting at Trinidad Community Center. Trinidad has been declared a manpower shor- tage area in order that we may be able to get a doctor to this area. Mr. Dick Sharp is still working on this. David Burton, chairman of the Trinity River Jamboree, will have meeting first Tuesday In May. Plans are in the making for 4th of July fireworks at Trojan Field. Work from the banking committee on trying to get a hank is being done. Junior high district track meet held last Thursday, Brent Hiler gave the New & Used Saddles & Tack Chaps- made to order Custom Made Belts & Holsters II II 31 E. Malakoff mile from High School 489-1824 Do Fashi .... " Hw . 3i Hours Mon. thru Se, t. Texas ph. 489-152o 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. team second in hurdles sixth high jump, Mark fourth discuss. Mr. and Mrs. Gorden visited with her brother, Don Phillips, Fra, represented the union vention in SeR Lake City Everyone has been busY Ernest Jenkins, our was sworn in meeting. Many of our people are sic~ throats. The Henderson County tests are calling in their for your contributions research. Funds 11 major Texas schools and universities. M. D. Anderson Hospital Int., Houston; Baylor Medicine, Dallas; Galveston; of Medicine, San Antonio; University College Station; University of Medicine, Houston; Texas Southwestern Dallas. prefer to avoid you educate them about warning signs and the cancer treatments, by warning signals, yearly community REGIONAL QUALIFIERS for UIL Literary events from Trinidad row) Lori Tidmore, Charles Colman and Amy Rounsavail. Back Hornbuckle, Steven Brigance and Tamra Estes. (Staff photo by Ann In the eighteenth century it was considered bad manners to leave where it could be seen. arll Spring bags: Child's $1.89 to 82.98 - Ladies 84.98 to | Dress Sandals $9.95 Scarves *.89 to *3.98 Panty Hose Child & Adult $1 to Easter baskets from $1.19 Filled Bunnies $1.49 Fill in eggs $1.29 Paas egg LAY-AWAYS S & H GREErl MALAKOFF