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g-.The Mulskoff News, Thursday, july |, I~ by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. freezers of homemade ice cream on pelvis and dislocated elbow. The l~eapickers have been gathering Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craii the lawn of Lilllan Smith Wednesday Scott Armstrong, nephew of Romdeall of Ernest Jack's peas which isn't a accompanied " evening. Hiler, visited the past week from large crop this year due to the hot, dry special was Bobby and Laura Wilkinson returned Blooming Grove. weather. Elaine TempUn, Bible and Jim Langford The McEntire-Tolbert Reunion was Matador, Rlta Read of Edgewood, and home on Sunday after spending this Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collins, Jr. and L uy'rues-Ja-- -'--tuy held at the Trinidad Community Center Ruby Tullas of Murchison, also at- past week with their grandparents, Mr. Chris of Alvin visited with parents, Lee Juanice Burton, who June 14. tended. Those from Trinidad attending were Others, included Mr. and Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson. and Ruth Chiles. The Tuesday Bible Study met in the songs. The beautiful flowers placed in First Among those from Trinidad who home of Mrs. William Trotman with 19 Susan McElroy, SI Mr. and Mrs. Chester McEntire and McEntire of Ardmore, Okla., Mr. and Baptist Church Sunday were from Mrs. enjoyed a trip to Eureka Springs, present. Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr.Jerri McElroy, acco~ Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard McEn- Mrs. Charles Tolbert of Corcoran, Lacy Chlles, and zennias grown by Arkansas, last week were Lucfllewelcomed members, followed by by David Lohman an tire, Mr. and Mrs. Murph McEntire, Calif. and Maxine Lowe of Cloris, Hardin Alrheart. Warren, Wayne Warren, Frances prayer led by Mrs. Alice Wright. The Sandy Lehman, gave Mary Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Calif., Earnest Tolbert of Ward, Estes, Freida and Mickey Jones, lesson was given from II Car. by Mrs. songs. Reever, Vivlan and Dodie, Mr. and Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tolbert Lakeside Baptist James, Ann and Penny Johnston, Mitzi Mullins. Mrs. Dick Sharp closed the Refreshments of pu and Pare, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Tolbert, Bradley, Amy Rounsavall, Tanya meeting with prayer, were served in the folk Mrs. Bob Simmons, and Mrs. Claude Carolyn Herrlage, Shannon, Cynthia Calvary Baptist Ci McEntire. Sunday, June 29, Lakside Baptist Estes, Kristi Jones, Tamra Estes, Refreshments of cake, dips, and From Malakoff were Mr. and Mrs. and Jarred, Ruby Bell, Sperger Bell, revival services M( Elbert Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. J.N.and Ray Davis, all of Athens, Doris Church had 75 members in Sunday Alisha Bankston, Kasey Jones, Betty coffee were served. and Tom Lee, and Stacy Dunacusky. The Fifth Sunday Singing was held at through Friday, July Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tolbert, Mr. Piper and Grace Stephens, of Paducah, School and 90 in Sunday morning They saw the Passion Play, the Bible First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon Bro. Bob Lane, will be and Mrs. Jerry Davis, Clay Clint and Carrin Thornton and Mr. and Mrs.worship. Museum, and Pine Mt. Zamboree. ' Charlle Maser was Amy, and Judy Newman. James Boyd, of Austin, Merle Me- From Athens were Shells Graham, Chris, Eric, and Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davis, Audry and Jerri, Mr. and Mrs. Gone Bishop, Tonya, Kim and Adam, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolbert and Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Dowell Garrison of Courtney, Hartense Bell, and James A. Farmer of Dallas, Kay Asher, Katrina and Everett, and Patty Akius of Car- thage, and Ken Tolbert of Marshall, Sue Kiser of Ft. Worth, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McEntire, Jeff, Jason and Jerry of Freeport. Baseball champions Breath of Life Campaign for Trinidad. Anyone wishing to help Mrs. Peebles can contact her at 778-2315. The drive Friday night the Midget League baseball team played Mildred and defeated them by a score of 22-6. That ended the regular season of play for the team, which is League Champion, and will advance now to the play-offs in Canton late in July. The Little League team won their final game against Mildred by a 14-7 score. They will be in play-off games as League Champions in Canton. Softball tourney set will be in the fall months. Mr. and Mrs. Chllton Derden, Mrs. Hollis Hines, Jr, of Shreveport, and Mrs. Bobby Craig and Michiel of Tyler returned home recently from a vacation trip which included the San Diego Zoo, Disneyland, Universal City, and other tours. While in California they visited with Chllton's sister, Mrs. Nora Hoskins of Long Beach. They also visited in San Francisco, The Red- woods, Oregon, and in Seattle, Washington, where they visited with Mark Hines. They made trips to Mt. :The Men's Slow Pitch Softball Mrs. Gladys Yates and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Holland joined the church, placing their membership. Bro. Floyd Loven, pastor, says that from Jan. 1980 until June, 51 new members have been added to the Church. Sunday School at Lakside begins at 9:45, Morning Worship is at 10:55, Evening Worship at 6:30, and Mid Week Services are Wednesday at 7 p.m. Motto for the Church is "Seeking souls in the Cedar Creek Lake Area." The First Baptist Church ladies entertained residents at Cedar Lake Nursing Home Thursday, June 26. The monthly birthday party was held at 2 p.m. Corsages were presented to those having birthdays. Lauri Bradley, Shonda and Misty Crocker did twirling routines for the group, and Margaret Currey presented the devotional. Ralph Bennett, grand- son of Mrs. Currey, was also celebrating his birthday. Mrs. Edith Young played songs on her harmonica, and everyone enjoyed with attendance from all churches in Bro. Oscar Brantley has been on the town. Lake Nursing sick list with cold and sore throat. Jim Carter was leader for the First Judi and Jim odessa Airheart retired this week Baptist Choir with Mrs. McAlister the Joe Stubblefield home from her job in Malakoff. singing a solo, and a solo by Lauri Road and are now livingln Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keesee of Tyler Bradley. The choir sang "Mine Eyes Mrs. Mike Nichols spent Friday with his parents. Have Seen The Glory." visiting Morman wins photo Brett Morman, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Morman of photography student at Henderson County Junior College, was nor of the "Brazosport Is..." contest sponsored by the and Convention Council. Morman won the photo contest honor with a picture of a small t out over the Gulf of Mexico. He took the picture during the last weekend in March his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Shirey of Athens, at southeast of Freeport. The young man in the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Shirey, son of Jerrol and Beth Parker Rainier, Vancover, B.C., and on the the cake and punch. ville. Tournament is scheduled for July 10, return trip saw the Grand Tetons and Jeanie Alrheart is working at 1.1, and 12th in Trinidad, sponsored by Jackson Hole, Wyoming. They enjoyed Trinidad School during the summer the Little League Association and wearing Jackets and sweaters until months on the CETA program. Jeanie chaired by Mondo Renterla. noon, and had a wonderful trip. is a student at S.F.A. in Nacogdoches. e8 to There will be 12 teams participating Mankin Assembly of God will begin a Dr. Keith Chiles of Whitney visited i/lthetourney, no admission is charged brush arbor Revival on July 4, with over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. police report IF' to see the games, and the public is in- Bro. Larry Joe Beets, pastor, and the Lacy Chlles. vited to attend, visiting minister, Bro. Danny Edith McClintock attended the Astro Jl] I,~, Bro. and Mrs. Don McWilllams and Stevenson. A special homecoming will ballgame in Houston Sunday with her There was an attempted burglary of a son, Ryan, visited in the Jerri McElroy be held Sunday, July 6th. Everyone is children, John, Judy, and Jan. A record Waller on Hwy. 31 Monday. The door Mrs. J. C. Peebles has been named research to devise an crowd of 48,000 was in attendance. Carrie Ganis of Dallas visited with friends in Trinidad Saturday. Dr. DOn Chiles returned to his home in Anchorage, Alaska Saturday after having been with his mother on an extended visit. The Carter Reunion was held at Lakeview on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berry of Denton visited Saturday with their children, Paul and Glenda Thomas. was partially pried open. Nothing was taken. Police 'are investigating the reported burglary of a trailer on Birdsong. Nine dollars was reportedly taken. A disturbance call was answered on Carpenter St. where name calling was used and two knives were pulled. There were no injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanfield and son, to determine the one in every twenty by events such as Daniel, of Granbury, are spending a persons who is a carrier of the CF gone. Campaign. For a !{ week's vacation with the Collins' and James T. Robertson " Through its various activities, the can help, contact Mrs. Stanflelds. - Pvt. James T. Robertson, whine wife, Members of the United Methodist Cynthia lives in Mabank, is attending 'Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is funding 2315. Church held their fifth Sunday servies basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. at Cedar Lake Nursilg Home with R.D. During the training, students receive Beasley leading the song service and instruction in drill and ceremonies, Mrs. Bernice Wansiey at the piano, weapons, map reading, tactics, Bro. Melvin Rowland read scripture military courtesy, military justice, first MRS. STEL BALLARD one daughter, Miss from Luke 9-1. The Beasieys sang a aid, and Armyhistory and traditions. Graveslde funeral service for Mrs. Malakoff; one brother,. special, "My God and I". Others at- Robertson's father, Thomas F. Stel Ballard, 81, of Longview was held nandez of LaMeea; and tending were Otis Stanfleld, Nellie Jackson, DOris Rowland, and Cleora Robertson, lives in Seagoville, and his Monday, June 23 at Memoryland dchlldren. DAVIS LO mother, Mrs. Sue Robertson, lives in Memorial Park with Dr. Bob Parrott Fleming. Trinidad. officiating. Funeral services fol I.,inda Rowland left Sunday to attend The former Greenville resident died of Malakoff, were I District Camp at Lukeview. Glenn W. Cobb Sunday, June 22 in Lougview following Monday in First BJ Bro. and Mrs. Tom Robuck filled the Navy Electronics Technician 3rd pulpit at First Baptist Sunday. Class Glenn W. Cobb, son of Horace D. ansheillneSSwasOfbernseVeralNov.months.14, 189e in Asper- Rev.Malakff'SamuelWtthHopkinsRev" Dora Pecbles began keeping books at Cobb of Route 1, Brownsboro, and moat, Tex., the daughter of A.L. and the Friday night auction sale in down- Margie E. Simmons of Route 1, Interment was in Stella Kirby. She was married to Ar- Cometary under ocwnksTrinidad and also the V.F.W. Trinidad, has returned from a thurBallard on June 24,1920 in Poyner, FuneralHome. deployment in the W tern Pacific and Tex. Her husband was a funeral direc- Indian Ocean. Everyone enjoyed the fellowship and refreshments of punch, cookies, coffee, He is a crewmembar aboard the air- craft carrier USS Coral Sea, homepor- ted in Alameda, Calif. While deployed, his ship operated,as a unit of the U. S. 7th Fleet. During the seven-month cruise, the Coral Sea steamed more than 71,000 miles as it also conducted operations in the Philippine, East China and South China Seas. The Coral Sea spent 102 consecutive days in the Indian Ocean, more than doubling its previous record of 50 days in 1972 while operating in the Tonkln Gulf. A graduate of Athens High School, Cobb joined the Navy in Feb., 1976. fruitcake at the welcome party for our new Church of Christ pastor, Bro. Robert Foster, Carol and children, held at the community center Friday evening June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stanfield were in Marshall and Jefferson for the wedding of their daughter, Tins, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. George Black was in Tyler Thursday to celebrate Vivian Margaret's blrthday with her. Jessle Snowden remalns in Tyler Medical Center after a fall at work from a ladder. He suffered a cracked I IIII II IIII III I/ I I I I I III~ FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2U1 or OWNER WEST IMY, 31, KERENS 396-2292 I I I I Thermostatio, Wood burning, t)iroulator. Handsome Coppertone Cabinet Styles. Sizes to Heat Up 6 Rooms ~ 4-64 (C-60) or More. Unbelievable Fuel Economy. Burn Any Kind of Wood. Automatic Warm Floor Blower (optional) Prepare for a on Cabinet M.odel warm winter. J 10% diIoount ' 876.1196 Whilesupply lasts. Hwy. 31 at |75, LIMITED STOCK in the chairperson for the Cystic Fibrosis test and to find a cure or Breath of Life Campaign in Trinidad. trol for CF. The announcement was made recently Along with the by the North-East Texas Chapter of the ding a cure~ the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. education programs Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited and knowledge of CF among presently incurable itm]i and digestive medical professions. disease. Affecting one! in every 1,600 are provided by the live births, it takes more children's Foundatt lives in this country each year than any across the country. other genetic disease. Currently there is not a reliable test All of these Mr. Locke died Saturday. Born Dec. 26, 1916 Mr. Locke had been a of Henderson County. Locke Welding Co. Survivors include Locke of Earl David Locke both: of Malakoff, of Jvtn; mree tar for Gray-Ballard-Sorrelis Funeral Home in Greenville. She was a member of Kavanaugh United Methodist chur- ch. Surviving are son, Jay Ballard of Longview; brother, Carney Kirby of Malakoff; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Geneva Kirby and Mrs. Ann Ellen Kirby, bath of Malakoff and Mrs. Gladys Ballard of Tyler; grandson, Andy Ballard of Fort Worth; granddaughter, Elizabeth Ballard of Longview; and several nieces and nephews, of Her husband preceded her in death in Roads; one sister, 1974. Harlingen; and four Rader Funeral Home of Lougview was in charge of arrangements. LOBANO HERNANDEZ SR. Funeral services for Lobano Hernan. dez Sr., 57, of Malakoff were held last Thursday in Carroll and Lehr Memory Chapel, with funeral mass in St. Ed- ward's Catholic Church with Father B.G. Eades officiating. Interment was in Malakoff City Cemetery. Mr. Hormmdez di,x/June 24 in Hen- dersou County Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was born Jan. 7, 1921 in Yorktown and moved to Malakoff from LaMesa 15 years ago. He was a retired construc- tlun worker and a veteran of World War II. He was a member of St. Edward's Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Julia Hernandes of Maiakoff; four sons, Lohano Hernandez Jr. of LaMeea, and Oscar Hernandez, Robert Hernand~ Pallbearers Gary Splvey, Nolan ] Bobby Splvey, Ar Carter and Dock Bro . make room room look wider Berry, housing specialist. Achieve this using carpet with a! along the narrow M1e says. ~ Dr. the Texas vice, The Texas System. Call 8 a.m. to 8 For Free Esti and Rtcky Hernandez, all of Malakoff; Athens Texas SIMPLE PROCEDURE CARPET CLEANERS OF AMERICA uses tru units for extra power and cleaning abili see is the cleaning wand, vacuum hose fessionally trained operator. "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED" home. Bro. Williams preached the invitedto attend the services. Our sympathy to the Bill Freeman family. Bill's stepfather, Carl Bergstrom, passed away in Arkansas Saturday. The Bergstroms were visiting here last week. Chris Christifer of Vernon visited over the weekend with the Bob Elsom family. All the Methodist folks enjoyed morning and evening message Sunday at Calvary Baptist Church. They arc from Missouri. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Prnka and son, Rod, spent the weekend visiting with i their friends, Rev. and Mrs. Peter Kash : of McAllen. ' Mrs. J. C. Peebles has been named chairman for the Cystic Fibrosis 24 Hour Wrecker Service Open all day Saturday l (II ,It o0 ' 110 L Mffchm ATTENTION OWNERS OF WOOD HOMES 489-1292 If you're thinking about remodeling your home, or you re tired of peeling, chipping paint, think about covering your home with brick from Texas Clay Indus- con turn your present home into a showcase with a new tries. brick exterior. 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