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June 9, 1983

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The Mal olf News, Thursday, June 9, IN 4A Print by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, jr. ml Mrs. Albert Miller of Don Elsom honored here visiting with A special person was honored with a go to Cyndi Rogers, going away MYF hamburger party on graduated from Cot- Sunday evening, June 5, in the home of Cyndi had three Roy and Kay Stanfield. Don Eisom, present among MYF member, was honored by the Great-grandmothers MYF members for his work and were Mrs. Jewel Uhrich leadership in the MYF. Don will be Arnett. Cyndi is themoving to his new home in Lovelady in and Mrs. Kent RogersJune. Mr. and Mrs. Elsom of Alvarado visited with their children, Bob and Verna Eisom and family. entered Lakeland Sunday afternoon, was scheduled for surgery Miller entered Navarre of Christ 5, was Bro. Jimmy from the Preston in Dallas. of Christ "monthly first Sunday dinner at the Trinidad Margaret French wins afghan prize The drawing at the Trinidad Corn- munity Center for the afghan was held on Saturday, June 4 at 12 noon, with two-year-old Clark Fleming drawing a name from among the 500 tickets. The lucky winner was Margaret French. Mary Ellen Johnston made and donated is in Navarre the afghan. All proceeds went to the United Methodist Building Fund. was guest pastor at Margaret is a most deserving person to win. Vacation Bible Carolyn Tucker, Blaine and Krystal on Monday, June 13 of Cedar City, Utah, are here visiting ugL Friday, June 17. with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill will include the 7th Freeman and to attend the wedding and shower of brother, Charles and Phyllis Brantley is home after Ann Brothers. He is doing well. Rev. Tim and Melissa Edwards ,ns to Bryon and Nellie returned from Conference in Houston tr seventh anniversary on Friday afternoon. '.ended chuz ch at United celebrated with dinner Tuesday Bible Study Reunion will be Sun- at the Trinidad Corn- ~anita Stanfield met their Emily Ward, daughter Larry Stanfield on at Wells, Texas a week. Also nieces, Amy of Houston. Noreen Donahue of with mother, Mrs. Ila of Itouston is visiting and uncle, Tim and week. Williams attended the on Thursday night of her James Williams, from in Waco. James is whose field is and rehabilitation. sor, of Dr. and Mrs. of the United two Methodist out of the United the United Conference. son of Mrs. A special to Charles, a former s returned home from recovering from a Breckenridge to visit with Nell'sThemessage fromBro. Tim Edwards mother in the nursing home. on Sunday, June 5, was "Uo From the := ! JIMMY CARTER-VICKI BELL Tuesday Bible Study ladies met in the home of Mrs. Jewel Uhrich with 18 present. The announcements were given by Cleora Fleming, followed by announce prayer by Dana Ferrell. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Hosea, Chapters 7, 9, 10 and 11. Closing prayer by given by Gladys Yates. Those present were Ellen Sharp, Bama Miller, Myrtle Cude, Alice Smith, Sandi Elsom, Verna Elsom, Alice Wright, Dorothy Harrison, Danna Ferrell, Leah, Walt and Isaac, Janice Wilkinson, Edith Young, Jewel Uhrich, Cleora Fleming and Gladys Yates. Payne Springs UMC is inviting all Methodist church women to hear Edith Mr. and Mrs. John Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carter, all of Trinidad, an- nounce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their children, Vicki Jean Bell and James Stanley Car- ter. The wedding will be July 16 at the First Baptist Church of Trinidad with the Rev. Dan Bowler officiating. Dean, a well-known writer and scholar, speak on June 14 at 10 a.m. A luncheon will follow. Bryan Hiler is visiting in Frost with his grandparents. The Pony League plays on Monday and Thursdays. The Midget and Little League teams play on Tuesday and Friday, and T-ball is on Saturday morning. Pony League and Girls Softball Games will be played June 9, Mildred at Trinidad; June 13, Malakoff at Trinidad; June 16, Kerens at Trinidad; June 20, Trinidad at Malakoff; June 23, Trinidad at Kerens; July 7, Mildred at Trinidad; July 11, Malakoff at Trinidad. Houston and Nell Moore were in won their game [ildr J&J Package Store Jo Rose visited inI ",n,.mthsn., on Sunday with the ,,theS.st el 'Jl Flagstaff, Ariz., is ug.osTs .,,. L_.,L~ .,J~4c~r Mrs. Alice Wright F.M. 90. Caney City C_..~ ~f,._.~ Lake Methodist begin June 20 and lune 24. and girl friend of for a visit with Monde ria. of University political te gets its share of s Texans send to the top states to from the gover- Harvey Tucker, and good returns from we fare well in that more than erence. ' ' rts have indicated dollar for every government grants-in-aid construc- sharing, welfare and waste- gets that the amount of from grants-in- but one source of a direct transac- the payments to governments for holdings and reaear- made pointing are con- is home It presidents as the Mother of S. presidents were state. They were Jefferson, James Monroe, John Tyler, Woodrow Wilson. miles make it 36th in Both are 1982 graduates of-Trinidad High School. The bride-to-be is a student at Navarre County Junior College. The groom-to-be is employed by IGC in Rockdale. Friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception that will follow. us help you prepare your Lawn for Spring / Tree Service includes pruning, trimming, removals and cavities filled. We will also build or repair your fence. 489-0842 Malakoff Helen Rose, Holly Pierce and Laci Linder Dust." Holy Communion was held with Gaylon Johnson assisting the pastor. Special choir music by the United Methodist Choir members on Sunday, June 5, was "Thou Art the Way" with the solo part by Margaret Green, directed by Cindi Graves and ac- companied by Nancy McDonald and Mary Ellen Johnston. Our special thanks to each person who donated, worked in and bought at the United Methodist garage sale on Friday and Saturday, June 3 and June 4. It was work but worth all the effort, as $1,200 was made which everyone is most grateful for. The proceeds go into the building fund. Priscilla Miller returned to her home in Williamsburg, Va., on Friday after visiting with the Bill Millers. Hull Insurance Watercraft Liability Medical Payments Coverage All risk insurance on the actual cash value of your boat, motor, trailer and furnishings anywhere on land, coastal or inland waters of the Continental United States or Canada. Representing American States Insurance 226 E. Royall Blvd. 489-2341 Malakoff We're never far from where you are. Look no further than Cedar Creek Bank if you are looking for a bank that really cares about Personal Service and Attention. Meet Holly Pierce, Laci Linder, and Helen Rose. They are the Tellers at our friendly Drive-thru Windows. These women have more in common than being Tellers. In addition to cashing your checks or making deposits and withdrawals, they all want the customer to feel important. Holly, Laci and Helen all give fast, efficient service in a cour- teous and friendly manner. Cedar Creek Bank is the bank with your financial interest in mind. Dedicated and profes- sional personnel work to keep you one of their satisfied custo- mers, since a satisfied customer is like money in your bank. Come by soon to meet Cedar Creek Bank's dedicated personnel. Remember, ' Ne're never far from where you are." Seven Potato;. Texas 75143 1 (214~ 432-36! I I Member ~'i)IC