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The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 16, 1983--5A II ini by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. ~t~.. "-~r ~t singing. Jo's subject was "One Who Jo Rose had foot surgery last Monday Imogene Reynolds, twin sister of and 17. If any class member from these be among the candidates competing for aaonors 20. Residents enjoy this morning The United Methodist fund for a new visit, clippings or other goodies you may Austin. ~AuW( Knows" and scripture was Psalm 69:15- and is home taking it easy. Ruth Mbnn, of Angleton is here for a years has any old school pictures, title of Miss Teen of Texas June 19 in Irtl ~h~Jll~Q devotional and study. Mrs. Gladys church is now $44,214.66. Plans are Mickey and Faye Heryla of Dallas have for the scrapbook, please mail to Janie Carter returned home last Randall played the piano, being drawn by an architect, were here for the Stanfield reunion. wedding shower Ann Brothers, bride- Freeman, was held at United Methodist's Tuesday, June 7, p.m. Many lovely gifts displayed. were mother and bride of Marlin, Mrs. and Janette of the Mrs. of Cede/rm' City, Utah; Edith Childress Jane McCormick Luttrell, 2413 Terrance, Midland, Texas 79701. These will be put in a scrapbook and returned to you after homecoming. Jennifer Chandler, daughter of Ted and Suzanne Alrheart of Trinidad, will Wednesday after visiting in Oregon with her four sisters and three brothers. Jimmy Carter of Rockdale, Fran Pitts, Danna and Stephen of Gidding visited with parents, Jim and Janie Carter. IIIII t were Donna Renteria, Friday, June 17th 9:oo-6:oo Nell Moore, Ann was June 11 in Marlin Saturday, June 18th 8:00-3:00 of the groom of- Clark Childress of Oliver and Barbara Berry of Denton visited with their children, Glenda and Paul Thomas, and granddaughter, Jennifer, on Saturday. Oliver has retired. Robert and Kay Garcia of Pasadena were here over the weekend visiting with their mother, Meg Ridgway, and son, David. Albert and Doris Miller returned home Wednesday aRer visiting with the Bill Millers. The Albert Millers will be moving from Petulma, Calif., to Cleburne in September. A birthday party was held in the home of Mrs. Temple Traylor on Saturday, June 11, honoring her sister, brother and great-nephew, Donna Ware, Harden Alrheart and Leslie Robb. Homemade ice cream and cake were served. Other guests were FIG and Bob Robb, Odessa Airheart and Temple Traylor. Mondo, Donna and children went to Dallas Thursday night for a baseball tournament. Mondo's team won second place out of 28 teams. Bob and Sue Miller and children of Irving visited Saturday and Sunday with parents. Amy and Mary Kathryn Moers returned home to Houston after visiting with Otis and Juanita Stanfield. Stanfield Reunion held here Sunday Fifty-nine attended the annual Stanfield reunion held Sunday, June 12 at Trinidad Community Center. A lot of good food, fellowship and picture- taking was enjoyed. The oldest Stan- field present was Mrs. Daisy Stanfield. On Saturday, June 18 at 10 a.m. the United Methodist women, men and children will have a "Trinidad Pride Day" and will be cutting hedges, cleaning church and grounds. Everyone is invited. We took our grandchildren, Clark and Tiffany Fleming, on Thursday to meet their mother, IAnda Fleming, and grandmother, FIG Locke, in Huntsville. Mr. Freeman Miller returned home from hospital on Saturday. B.G. Ridens is home from hospital and back in church. Tim and Melissa Edwards attended a family reunion at Granbury on Sunday afternoon. All friends are invited to the 65th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Mc- Marci and Margo Chamberlain of Garland are here for a visit with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Hines, while their mother, Margaret Jean, is on a trip to London. Mona Craig and daughter, Ashley, of Tyler visited on Sunday with grand- parents. L.T. Blythe is improving and should he home. Deacon of the Week is Jim Carter. Joan Wright of Flagstaff, Ariz., returned to Dallas on Thursday aRer visiting with Mrs. Alice Wright the past two weeks. Faye Wright of Rusk visited on Sunday with Mrs. Alice Wright and Joan Wright. Crackin on July 3 from 2 : 30-4 : 30 p.m. at Dora and J.C. Peebles were at the Educational Building of Trinidad Louisiana Downs. United Methodist Church. No gifts. The Special music at United Methodist McCrackin's daughter, Mable McGee, Church on Sunday was "Whispering will be honoring her parents with this reception. Sammy and Cindy Stanfield of Houston visited with the Days in Malakoff and attended the Stanfield reunion on Sunday. John and Odessa Ward of Mexia were here Sunday for the Stanfield family reunion. Here visiting with their mother, Johnnie Martin, were Dr. and Mrs. Randy Stockstill, Jan and Adam of Abilene, Mrs. Peggy Wall and, daughter, Alexandra, of Granbury. Pat and Bill Harem of Devers visited with their parents, Claude and Lorene Jackson, and attended church. Hal Edwards of Houston visited with his aunt and uncle, Tim and Melissa Edwards. Hope" by Ann Rounsavall, Margaret Green, Cindi Graves. Piano ac- companiment by Nancy McDonald and solo by Cindi Graves. The Ruth Class of First Baptist Church held its monthly class party and business in the home of Janice Wilkinson of Key Ranch on Tuesday, June 14. Here visiting with Cleta and Bill Freeman were Cleta's father and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Childress of Arkansas. Jane Luttrell of Midland and Doris Marie Sherman of Waco were by our house Friday making final plans for one of the biggest and best Trinidad homecomings. Classes from 1938 to 1945 will get together for reunion at the Trinidad Community Center Sept. 16 Bro. and Mrs. Dan Boler and ~~{~{~{~~l~~{~~~ daughter returned home on Fridav~]..~..v..~;~.v.~. -r ..... presented from Montana. The Roy Stanfields and Dale Bankston enjoyed a vacation trip to HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE @ program majorettes school Man- June 3. received certificates. -~ presented in each class twirlers. in the beginners' Crocker, Nikki and Brandy students receiving Crocker, Melissa Phillips and Megan for the school were THS Rounsavall, Jennifer Thorpe and Rosemary honors Isom family reception was held Louisiana. 12 in the school Steve and Cookie Alrheart and# )t. Bob Eisom children, Spence and Kourtnie, were Representing: Employers Casualty, 'was in charge over Saturday to celebrate their dad's birthday with a supper. '?~ Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. .I,]. table and ~(. @ school board trustees Donna and Mondo Renteria took their ores with a silver dish children, Melissa and Ryan, for e visit - See !or his nine years of Tuesday night to see their grand- 1 489-0520 Malakoff 510W.RoyaUBhd. parents, Don and Thelma Johnston, in BibletheTrinidadSchool'study group LouisianaTatum andDowns.then enjoyed a trip to ~,~,~/~,~{,.Ir~,~,~/~{,~,/~,,~,,.~,~,,.~,~1~,/~{,~~,"t'r erna with a book to a ' met June 7 in Stanfield with 11 Cleora Fleming followed by Bama Miller Diet plan expenses are waste of money "Many of the millions of doJlars that Americans spend on diet books, plans from Joel 1-3. Theand products are a waste of money," w ith prayer by Jewel says Marilyn Haggard, a foods and ad--dys Randall were at nutrition specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas wsing Home Monday A&M University System. the Bible lesson and According to Haggard, there are no h scientific studies showing that any of these popular diets are successful in the ---raus aw long run for most people. Sunday The best way to reduce is with a nutritionally balanced diet, moderation Bradsbaw, daughter of eating habits, increased physical ac- Janna Bradshaw of tivity and the establishment of good baptized in infant eating habits, which will result in Sunday, June 12, gradual weight loss, she says. United Methodist Tim Edwards per- BUYING GOLD - SILVER U.S. & Foreign Coins Rings. Sterling Items Scrap Gold BUY-SELL-TRADE Coins * Stamps * Baseball Cards Coin/Stamp Supplies Athens Coin Exchange 675-6010 8-1 Sat Closed Man 116 W. Corsicona Service Special FRONT END ALIGNMENT ONLY standing with grandparents, Robertson of Kennedy of Mrs. Jim Bradsbaw and Krystal Ken- Johnnle Martin Peggy Wall and Dr. and Mrs. and Adam of Spring Clean-Up Special Detail Automobile Washed, Waxed & Upholstery cleaned only SUGGESTED SALE SIZE EXCHANGEPRICE P155.13 $49.95 $31.00 P165-13 51.95 35.00 P185.14 58.95 41.00 P195.14 59,95 42.00 P205.14 83.95 44.00 P215.14 67.95 46.00 P205.15 65.95 46.00 P215.15 69.95 47.00 P225-15 71.95 48.00 P235-15 77.95 51.00 FET: $1.44.2.86 WHITEWALL S,ZE SALE PR,CE 145SR13 $29.99 155SR13 ~ Your $33.99 165SR13 / Choice 17SSR14 -----.. Your $39.99 175/70R13 ~" Choice 185/70R13~yur $47.99 185/70R14 ~ Choice 195/70R14/ FET: $1.40-2.17 Prices good thru June 18, 1983 FREE MOUNTING! 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Hale, Dixie Red Warranty Installation Available iml SUGGESTED SALE Each EXCHANGE PRICE $ 2 7.OO 30.00 43.95 34.95 45.95 37.95 47.95 39.95 49.95 40.9.5 51.95 41.95 55.95 44.95 Set toe.in .Inspect tires Adjust caster and camber Most American Cars SUGGESTED SALE StZE PlSSx13 $57.95 $34,00 P185x14 69.95 45.00 P195x14 70,95 46.00 P205xt4 75,95 48.00 P215x14 79.95 49.00 P205x15 77,95 49.00 P215xt5 82.95 52,00 P225x15 85.95 54,00 P235xt5 91,95 57.00 FET: $1.51-2,90 WHITEWALL Group 24 300 Cold cranking amps 45 Amp hours Hard rubber case 42 Plates Plus exchange battery LIr Install new shoes and pads Install new front grease seals Repack front wheel bearings REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS Inspect calipers Turn drums and true rotors Bleed and refill system Your choice 4.wheel drum , or disc/drum type [] Most American Cars 405 East Tyler 675-5712 Dave Chiles