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The Malakoff Nevm vN, Xm--UA , i¸ O O /,, on I1.~. ~n her 17th "Come as you breakfast Monday. affair the honoree wore was bested by Amy who called at guests' for transportation to breakfast of bacon, cantaloupe slices, and fruit Juice was zer- Included the Fates, Krtstl l)mma Pen- Am and Chad Roun- Clam holds School party School Class of Alice May 17 in the The meeting and devotional by commRtee Gaston and Jan/ce cookies, were served Kathl Baler, Ruth Bobble Mc- Myrtle ,, Gladys and the hostess, retired from the Gibson May 14 after An employment for Alice. A gift from vU a ceiling fan and the gave her a standing Refreshments were was in Austin on grade Trinidad school teacher Eleanor Spencer of Athens, now Mrs. Rol/ond Cook of Centerville. This was our first meeting in over 45 years. "The Wizard of Oz" movie will be shown on Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. to the second and third grade classes. Trinidad seniors spent Friday in a.m. to D p.m. at me 'l /dad Com. Lucy Criswell was overnight guest at Henumdes, daughter of Kay and Oscar munity Building. Dora and J.C. Peebles Thursday night. Hemandes. She is the p'anddanghtor of Mr. and _Mrs. Wi ons._ Jo Rose will be giving the devotional Guests visiting with the J.C. Pesbles Bro. Danny Boler's sermon on for the fifth Sunday United Methodist's from Houston on Monday were Doris Sunday, May 22, was "Four Kinds of nursing home service at Cedar Lake Nlcole, their daughter, Kevtn and Security." Following the morning Nursing Home on Sunday, May 29 at 2 grandchildren .................. services, the fourth Sunday covered p.m. dinner was held in the fellowship lastPearlandH°llisHinesrotnrnedhemewednesday after a trip to the Mr8. C. C. Wright _ rtrude and Tommy Stanfleld were western states. Pearl Yateshasreturnedhomeafler honored on birthday in Granbury on Wednesday to pick up spending four weeks with her children Janie and boys for a visit, inconroe. A special birthday party was held On Friday afternoon the house The Little League baseball game was Saturday, May 21 in Athens honoring movers from Athens moved the old called off on Tuesday night because of Mrs. Alice Wright on her birthday. home place of the late Mflburn and Pete the lightning and rain. Coaches are Roy Corsages and checks were presented to Petsrson from Alice Street. Stanfleld and Mondo Rontoria. Mrs. Wright. Also a big decorated While we were at the Palestine Pony League coach is Ronnle I-liar. birthday cake with numbers 88 was District Conference Mission Rally at Lakeview last Sunday evening, we saw Their first game will be June 3 at served afterthemeal. Malakoff. Attending were her children, many old friends from all over the John Spencer and TrinidadB ufocd and Faye Wright of Rusk, district. Among those was former fifth majorettes will be having their Joy Stauloy and sons, John Mark annual twirling school May 30 through Rodgers and Michaal Rodgers of Rusk, June 3. Csrroll and Carolyn Wright of Monroe, VFW Post 4133 hosts L., .d P Ioy W ht and dauJhtsr& Pippor Wright, Maranna and Craig of Garland, Gary Fleming of District m meet and Cieora and Nubbin Trinidad VFW Pea tm wu host to- of Trinidad. Dallas on a 24-hour trip to Lion Country Safari, The Gallaria, Six Flags over Texas and a rock concert at Six Flags. They had a great time, Trinidad's Awards Assembly will be held at 10:4,5 a.m. on Tuesday. An Elementary Field Day ws held on Thursday, May 19 at Trojan Field with ages 5 years through 8 years having their field activities in the morning and 9-year-olds through 12-year-olds in the afternoon. All the children enjoyed the events, and brought home lots of winners' ribbons in different events they were in. Dee Germany of Ruston, La., has been hired as a Trinidad girls' coach. Doe graduates in August and is a Trinidad graduate and played basketball at Henderson County Jun/or College. Steve Patridge has been hired as a coach for Trinidad High School and he and his wife will be moving to Trinidad this summer. Johnnie Martin received word last week that her grandson, Jonathan, age 9, scored the second highest in achievement tests for nine year old students in all of the schools in Abllone. ]aPUst Church members Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Blyth were in Pastor, Bro. Ron Bates Arkansas last week to attend the the District m meeting on Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22. A large crowd attended this Important Pounding after Sunday funeral of a brother-in-law. While there, May 15. Everyone L.T. suffered a heart attack and is a and the Sunday morning meeting at Trinidad School auditorium. A Memorial checks were given in living memory of Mrs. Al/ce Wright for the Trinidad Building Fund. Minnie Lou LaVellee and Cleora Fleming were lucky winners in the drawing of the new Bealls. It was really nice to go in Bealls and get anything I reception at 4 o'clock. It was a great day for everyone. memorial service was held. Also a Joint meeting at the school for the men for election of officers. The Ladies Auxiliary meeting was held Sunday First Baptist Ladies will be havinB afternoon at the fire station, their Bible Study Thursday at 9:30 a.m. A commander's breakfast was held The study will be from the book of on Sunday morning and lunch was Mark. Scriptures to be studies include served at noon. The installation of of- Acts 12-15; Peter 5-13; Col. 4:10-11; ricers was held Sunday afternoon and a Phil. 24; II Tim. 4-11. All ladles of the church are m mrqed to come and bringa and good patient at Johnson County Regional Hospital in Clarksville, Ark. At last and David Lohman and report he was stable and may be able to attended the graduation fly home soon. granddaughter, Among those from Trinidad going on This will be the fifth year that the Cedar at Eustace on the Farm and Ranch Tour last Tuesday Creek Lake Chamber of Commerce has Entries are coming in from all across the state for the second annual FtmFmt Pot Hole Dodge, a 10.kllonmt nm through the streets of Tool. Run organizer Don Owen expects mete than I00 to compete in this year's rate. The Pot Hole Dodge is the first ev t of the day-loug Cedar Creek Lake Fun Feet Saturday, May 28. The race begins at 8 a.m. at Tool City Hall. Other FunFest activities will get un- derway at II a.m. at Chamber Isle and will conclude with an auction at 4 p.m. Dm (kln, g, UI-A, Kemp • I 4L amdls Jhmlkl be made Fee meee lahesmt/ea, (aher 5 p.m.) ceatset at 4M.20S5 or DOn Ow at4N- . special course were Lawton Parks and Nubbin and sponsored the FunFestactivities.Cedar Creek Lake Coast Guard Gaston's children were Cleora Flem/ng. Prizes for the race include apair of Auxillarist, C. O. Smith of Star Harbor, their mother's Tuesday Bible Study met in the home Converse running shoes for the top has been notified by Billy G. Caffey, also to celebrate of Janice Wilkinson of Key Ranch. male and female finisher. A third pair Flotilla 5-14 Commander, that he has _blr~thday. They are Opening prayer was by Dorothy of Converse running shoes will be given successfully passed the "~mrch and Jeremy Gaston of Harrison, Bama Miller gave the lesson away at a drawing following the raeo. ~eecue" Advanced Operational Kay and Jenniferfrom Hosea, and Jewel Uhrich gave the A ~ Savings Bond is of~erod for the Speciality Course and Is now Larry, Judy, closing prayer, fastest time under the current records, designated a specialist in Search and r of Fort Worth.Those attending included Gertrude both male and female. The current Rescue teclmiques. lunch and a Stanfteld, Bama Miller, Alice Wright, times were set at 33:25 by Michael Caffoy indicated that Smith would be Edith Young, Jewel Uhrich,, Beula Mae Jenkins and 41:53 by Paula Origin. _con uctin8 member training classes in Miller returned home Trotman, Dorothy Harrison and the Trophies will be awarded to the first Search and Rescue techniques. in Silsbee and hostess, Janice Wilkinson. three finishers in each age group, both Gary Fleming visited on Saturday male and female. Trophies will also be cons organist at the afternoon with hisparents, awarded to the youngest and oldest non. the Eiffel Tower in Paris was recovered urch. All members Carroll and Carolyn Wright of trophyfinishars, from sight-seers' fees within the first 0b she is doing. Monroe, La., visited Saturday evening Age divisions for the race include 12 year of Its completion. t Baptist Church with mother, Mrs. Alice Wright. May 21, to a Delmer Blake gave the evening Baptist Church lesson at the Church of Christ on May River Boys. 22. May 19, Richard Bro. Tim Edwards' Sunday morning Class of sermon was "A Matter of Semantics." had a hamburger Special music was "How Great Thou sOCial at R/chard's and Art," by the Jacob's Ladder singing There were nine group. Remember the United Methodist Marcus Moore Garage _Sale on June 3 and 4 from I0 and under, 13 to 19, 20 to 20, 20 to 89, 40 to 49 and 50 or over. Each mile on the course will be marked, with split times given at the two and four mile marks. Water stations will also be at the two and four mile points. Finish liM rahmehm will be provided aM resh zmm wiU bo available at Tool City Hall. Registration is at r/.w end mtrm can he mailed to P~ 14o~__DOd~_LC-O. a week there the son of Mark Code spent was the lucky winner of a Winn-Dtxie Store in Insurance . Life . Home . Bonds .Auto *Commercial r Martin and Sandy on Saturday, party of Krtstor Malakoff JERRY GARRISON w/th • Beouttf l Finish *Eueyto • Fast Dry • No Paint Odor • Water Clean-Up gal. SALE I gal. W bites & OH-Whites- stocked in 1 gal. & 5 gal. SALE ENDS MAY 28 wanted up to M0. I'm very grateLulto 1 rinidad High .heol atidl-ffrim for .... our new Baalls for my giRs. the Class of Helen, Fronch/e and Sm/th Nadlne COlvin served u p/artist and attended the United Methodist Church the invoeatiun was led by Rev. Floyd in Chandler on Sunday merning and Loven. were there to see their granddaughtor, James McDanlel introduced speaker Amy, in the church vrnl ' . Don Write, minister of the Church of Baccalaureate services were held Christ. The be edlCtiun was giv by Sunday evenin at 8 v.m. at the Dan Boler, : ,p-v v .,.,.. h, and Mrs. Ruuell Nolle Mr. |nd Mrs. Ernest Jock Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller Mrs. Jewel Uhrlch Mr, and Mrs. Sammy Johnson Mnk Daisy Stonfield and Harold Stanfield Mr~ Mlqlarat FrenchMr, and Mrs. C. W. kirheert Mr. and Mnk H. F. Warren and Wayne Frank Dubney Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thoml~mn Mr. and Mnt Pat Air.re Mrs. Daisy Tmtman Mr. and Mrs. Grady Harkins ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May Eunice Chiles Mrs. Dec Keesee Mrs. Alpine Holcomb Mr, nnd Mrs. Fred M~ Mozel Perks Mr. and M~ J. C. Peebles Mrs. Butch RidsewayMr. end Mrs, Lee Chiles Mrs. Mug Ridpway Cleaners Mr. end Mrs, Darney Gunnels M~ Mar/Bryant Banks Mrs. Vess Maynard and Pat Mrs, Maxine Green Up to 11.9 EER Local Dealer I ,, iii i ii 3.12 C.O.P.'s Trinidad, Texas 75163 i AUCTION SALE Hv . 85 wm Mazy and Associates Saturday, May 28, 11:00 a.m. R&W Tools and Salvep Seven Points, Texas Complete Uquidatim of inventory INVENTORY This is only a Psrtiql Listf Lm of toolt claim, b~ ndl pn, idndm, ben t flow IndL pehd peb, qmg ipat toq~ 4HN ~ pellet Jack, transmlukm Jadl, air condNioNr, medal cat.dr saw, wheel beimc~, mtol duk, iawa mow~ blcy~k~, lots of flsa mrbet t~pe morchandl~, ROLLING STOCK 11171 Dndile Van, i|71 MsaUq II, 1174 ~ PaMe, IN7 Cl0m~M: PldI-o, 1|II ~ |.tin In,& Gsa~ tmll~, ~ end bofkw and ofh~ tndkm~ TERMS Pnym.nl Cub w ~ with ~ Ideetiflutim INSPECTION Day of Sa¼ at 9,~0 m,m. 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