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Box 692 Ph 675 3 to 4:40 p.m. - Bamam Miller, Mrs. Cecil track meet last weekend Fleming, Jr., Mrs. Ronnie Guests were served birth- by ann rounsmn day cake, ice cream, and Wallace, Mrs. W.C. Fleming, placing second in high jump Westbrook, Mrs. Jerry Jr. and the Rev. and Mrs. with six feet, two inches and Taylor, Mrs. Shelia Johnson, DunchAttendingafter playingthe partygameS'was Buford Finley. first in the milewitha timeof Mrs. Ray Kent, Mrs. Vickie LOOK The poverty level is barely keeping our heads Beth ermany, Don Elsom, Tommy Stanfield of Pal- 4.39.6. Jeff will advance to the Rolison, Mrs. Katy Smith, frightening, above the poverty level. It's Mike Coleman, Diane Finley, estine visited Sunday with his state meet to be held in Mrs. Roy Stanfield, and Mrs. Government agencies con- depressing and deflating. We SherrilTaylor, Mike Airheart, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Austin. Evelyn Tilman. tinually remind us of the large thought we had enough and Donna Norris, Shong Air- Stanfield. Spending the week- The mile relay team placed BYAIS number of unemployed and were content. Now we find we heart, and Bryan's brothers end with his parents was Ray fifth with a good time of Biffhday jobless American citizens, and are barely surviviing. Brent and Jeffery Hiler. Stanfield of Granbury. 3.41.4. Accompanying the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller group was track coach Joe Mrs. Onie Bradley celt- send out monthly reports on If the government reports Early guests included Troy visited the past week in Stubblefield. brated her 93rd birthday IS now an AGENT the amount of income, plus, don't do the job, television Daniel and Bryan's grand- ,minus or divided by, the shows will. There is a new mother, Mrs. J.C. Green of Austin with their children, Baby Sunday at the TP&L Youth number of members of a trend in the entertainment Frost. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Miller. They Shower Center. Present to join in the for [e celebration were all of her family living in the same world to put a funny side to dy also visited in Irving with Mrs. Dan Phillips was FARM BUREAU household, all multiplied by X the life of poverty rated Bible Stu another son and his family, honored with a baby shower children. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller. Saturday, April 26, from 2 to Mrs. Leon Yates is now  a complete line of or something, to come up with families. Script writers find The Tuesday Bible Study Mrs. Charles Jones and 4 p,m. at the Trinidad Corn- residing in the Park Highland a base number of dollars it humor in cornbread, turnip met in the home of Mrs. Jim daughters of Jacksonville munity Center. takes an average family of Nursing Home in Athens. SAFEMARK TIRES greens, and poke salad. To me Williams for their regular visited during the weekend Color theme for the decor- Aides Evacuation or members. four to live on per month, it isn't funny, just plain good. meeting at 9 a.m. with he r mother and grand- ations was yellow and green Anything less than the aver- Believe me, if anyone at our Mrs. George Uhrich made mother, Mrs. Maxine Green with a lace tablecloth covering Marine Private First Class Firestone T'n-s available age places the family among house gets hot cornbread with announcements and Mrs. and Mrs. R.H. Lanier. the serving table and a silver Leslie C. Brown, son of Mr. povertythe statisticallevel, files of the matter.butter it's, no laughing George Black opened the Mrs. R.H. Eaton of Co- service. Refreshments of lime and Mrs. Jimmy Oliphant of for 11o]111 membel There is a pride among I became depressed after meeting with prayer. Mrs. manche and Howard Eaton green punch, yellow iced cake Route l, Trinidad, Tex., has • Bamam Miller continued the and his fiance of Stephen F. squares, yellow mints, nuts, helped provide security and We offer complete Auto service middle-class {a statistical reading the latest government study from Galatians and Austin College visited over and coffee was served. Mrs. assistance to U.S. Citizens term} working people that report showing the poverty Mrs. Williams closed the the weekend in the home of Mary Dillard presided at the and foreign nationals Front-End Alignment & makes poverty level a dirty level. We've worked long and meeting with prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Eaton. punch bowl. evacuated from the Cam- word. We are trained from hard to reach our status in The ten members present Mrs. J.H. McClintock was Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. re- bodian capitol of Phnom Shocks, Mufflers, Tune-ups, infancy to know that if we are life, and now I find we have enjoyed refreshments of cake in Ennis Thursday night to gistered guests at the book Penh. to be solid, backbone of just reached the step from the and coffee. America citizens, we should bottom. I convinced myself see her granddaughter, Jan, with Mrs. Evely Tillman He is embarked on a Wheel Balancing & ,Washing & work, work, work. Lack of however, that everyonesstan- Marilyn Remington of North in a school program. She welcoming guests as they Western Pacific deployment money is never considered dard of living has improved... Bend, IoTas visited this week remained for a few days visit arrived. Mrs. Ray Kent as- with the 2d Battalion, 4th Fast Road Service Available. shameful...if we have put out that we weren't really that with Mrs. Edna Langridge with her son and his family, slated Mrs. Phillips as she Marine Regiment, and a wholehearted effort to bad off. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- opened and displayed her supporting units which were honestly and conscientiously Then l saw one of the Langridge. Clintock. gifts, dispatched to aid in the CALL 489,1534 earn what we have. What is poverty comedies. The typical Mrs. Phillips presented evacuation. shameful is to expect more family was gathered around Trinidad Jaycees Top Chapter one, of the hostesses withe than we deserve, or to make their breakfast table, waiting yellow corsage. to be served by the hard Trinidad Jaycees were Administrative National Hostesses were Mrs. Tommy lap LucasHard00re less than a 1OO percent effort to earn what we need. working mother. She served named ChapteroftheYearat Director ofDistrictlIwhoisa ii':':':':':':':':':''''"''"""":':':':':':':':':ili We plugalongthinkingwe their breakfast, on a name the Area IIB Awards candidate for state president!:00 ::liiniclad 21$NarthPrairievilleStreet have a good roof over our years tO collect a full set of. I Saturday night, competiting Trinidad Jaycees will now chool Menu ,,,,,,, heads, stay warm in the devoted several anniversary, with some 50 chapters in the enter competition at the State "" winter and cool in the birthday, Christmas, and area. Convention to be held in May 5-9 An Athens tradition ..... summer, have a car that will Mother's Day gifts to acquir- In addition to the Chapter Houston May 15. Monday: Fish Sticks/Cat- Serving the goodpeople of Henderson County, make it where we need to go, ing a set. When I finally had of the Year award the Trini- sup, French Fires, Garden  SUMMER SPECIALS and haveallweneedt°eat, eight plates l t, houghtiwas a dad ChapterwasnamedOut- OLDER Salad, Fruit Pudding, Bread, PRE. Life looks o.k. for us middle millionaire. Not that it cost sanding Chapter in Region Milk. class Americans. that much really, just that it 225; was named Outstanding Tuesday: Ground Beef NOW ON Then Them! Out comes a was something I wanted very Chapter of the Quarter for From Page 7 Stroganoff, Corn, Harvared Beets, Fruit Cup, Milk, Westinghouse Side-by-Side new statistical report from the badly that. took a -while to third Quarter in Region 225; club, church, or rest home or Bread. Refrigeroior-Freezer government that probably acquire, was awarded second place for not. Wednesday: Western cost taxpayers a couple of We will be waiting ira- Internal Project of the Year Anyone interested in Burgers, Salad Tidbits, million and we find we are patiently for the next govern- for their Charter Night participating in the program French Fries, Dessert, Milk. __. AlSO Westinghouse , i ,,l, ,,,, [mentreport....curious to see if Banquet; and the Trinidad should contact the Older Thursday : Barbecue TUXEDO RENTAL we managed t o hold our own. Wives Club was named Out- Texan program in Athens. Franks, SDow Flake Potatoes, %Air Conditioners 1 to 3 ton Partita [z/r.J.'._/'/ltllllR standing Wives Club for the The program now operates Peas & Carrots, Dessert, year in Area IIBI Proms W I--m.r,I "', , II/lll office hours on Monday. Bread, Milk. models eddings I t.()--''" " 1//,1 Personal awards were pre- Wednesday and Thursday Friday: Corn Chip & Chili / ; ]:. sented to Bobby Rounsavall, from 9 a:m. to noon. T,;e Pie, Ctuck Wagon Beans. I '7L l Pirtle said he would like to kern, Milk. THE . / President of the Veac for both " iil '. A.C. Morman, who was interested in doing part-time [t"- _LIIJI I In 'l;ahiti, it was once believed v II/ lrlll, IP | that if a entipede crawls a T A MtN$, rtX* Lover a sick person, he will .22 ,,., be cured, named Outstanding Director work. tie would, in turn. make for Region 225 and Area IIB; file of particular skills Ray Kent, who was awarded available and advertise them plaques for serving as Re- in area newspapers. gional Treasurer, Outstand- "Then, if anyone wants ing Secretary-Treasurer for that particular service, the). ( Monday Through Saturday Region 225, and Outstanding can call us and we can give Secretary for Area IIB; and them the name, address and ' "--'--'-"rrm;np[ Filled to Phil Stevens, who was telephone number of an- named Outstanding Com- individual who can do the job l 9:00kM. To 9:00 P.M. mttee Chairman for Region for then,," he said. Trinidad Jaycees took begin June 1 will cover i , home the coveted first, place Henderson, Van Zandt and ( Welfare Medimet External Project of the Year Anderson counties, Pirtle % Award for their efforts in said. It will involve a grant of building the high school foot- $36,000 from ETCOG with 10 -\\; ball field, concession stand, percent in money and/or and rest rooms. They were services provided by Hender- Blue Crm Blue Shield also recognized for setting a son County Junior College. (  / new state and national record with for extensions 15. in one year Leading Styles ) ipti The banquet was held in the Gibson's Prescr on Student Union Building at Of Furniture rna macy"'--r--- 00ava.o ' Campus with the Corsicana  -- \\; Jaycees as the host chapter. Dining room groups with \\; td In Gibson's Donf C.entr Conducting the awards roots tied to early American "'-x 67&7069 aaff d d Athens presentation was Gary dominate the list of best \\; Towers. National Director of sellers in 1974, according to .............  Area IIB. Also present for the Home Furnishings Daily. - v v v v  v v v v v v ** .... ---- v ...... was Dock Hanks, Seven of the top 10 are Early American styles, followed by WARNING: In theNo. 1 spot isTell United Telephone Has City's "Young Republic" ma- ple grouping. Introduced in 1955, this suite has a broad selection of pieces, some 58 in all. Retail value of the 1974 sales of Tell City's dining room was $30.8 million. Other Early American :l; nfie besg;negn t;due/:rotunl nloUy cogs tyhe; trenching, please check for warning signs like the dining room manufacturers in the top 10 include Temple- p a tl above Then call our local repair service as hste0 m the Stuart (No. 2), Keller (No. 5 & install. To mprove the appearance of the countryside, drectory. A Umted man wdl assist you m pro-pointing 6) and Thomasville iNd. 9). TO insure better service through lower maintenance the exact cable tocabon Thus ehrnmating any chance All these groups may be requirements of cutting cable and causing service failure, found at Athens Furniture Company, located at 220 N. Prairieville St. in Athens. Our request Before you do any digging, plowing or For this service, call the local repair service listed o Convenient Food Store .,e 1 of the direet000/. ARMSTRONG'S Rats Fixed, Grease, Off Change FiberglassOUtb°ardM°t°rRepairrepair. Boat & [1]I Gulf States - United Rick's Exxon Barge Paint|ng. Telephone UNITED ... TELEPHONE Tool Texas SYSTEM HWY. 31 KERENS 396-7342 I