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The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 16, 1981--7A By Mrs. W.C. Fleming', Jr. shower honoring Mrs.ruing trip Saturday and Sunday School (nee Teressa Boyd) was at First Baptist on Sunday. :room of the Trinidad Students have enjoyed the morning friends calling during hours, grades 5-8, from 9:00 a.m. until Saturday, July 11. noon. The other students use the gym 4- and useful gifts were 8 p.m. Coach Cumby is the instructor. The gym is available to other people in the community on Thursday evenings. centered with a pinkThe school is enjoying a new blue and arrangement and gray tractor. Frank Antley has been White coconut busy mowing the grounds. The other old were served to the red tractor has been around a long time, since the 1950s. The new high school principal and Robbie Floyd, family moved Wednesday to the old Ann Rounsavall, Billie superintendent's home by the school. Susan Stanfield They are Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Daniel and have two children. They of Denton come from Mirando City. their children, the Our new football coach is Ronald and granddaughter, Henson. He is married and has one son. Jennifer, who is The Hensons come from Alief ISD. Trinidad is getting a TV cable. The Munns' church at- boys have been busy the past week with 21 present thisputting up the cables. They put it by our they had a great house lastFriday. Margaret Chamberlain and Key Ranch will be daughters, Margo and Marsie, of week in Corsicana. Garland visited Saturday with her man who fell out of parents. 20 months ago, and Mrs. Mac Cantwell of the ~ Pain all these months. Breckenridge Nursing Home spent a will be the week of few days with her daughter, Nell School at Calvary Moore. Edd Reeve of Irving was over Friday i LaVallee and Mrs Jo checking on the painting of his yellow an announcement tea in two-story home on McEntire. Keith Fields in Kerens The parents of Bob Eisom visited last Lea Ann Crawford, week. On Wednesday Bob and Verna totes Barn el took the Elsoms to their home in Co-hostess was Mrs. Alvard. of Fairfield visited with and enjoyed a swim- Alfred Arbuckle was taken by Trinidad Rescue Unit to Corsicana Hospital early Saturday morning. He is Lake Nursing Home on the heart monitor and undergoing tests. Mrs. Arbuckle is at his bedside. Donna Renteria, Ryan and Melissa visited in Ranger over the weekend with mother, Loretta Lawler, and in Granbury. Travis and Rae Ann Kent of Fairfield visited over the weekend with Meg Ridgway while their parents, Ray Kent, attended the horse races in Bossier City, La. David Leopard of Houston visited with his grandmother, Meg Ridgway. Odessa and Harden Alrheart visited recently in Granbury with their children. Annie Lanier, Maxine Green and Frances Moorehead returned home on Thursday after visiting in Jacksonville with Charles and Carolyn Jones and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Sparks of Oklahoma were here on Saturday to pick up their six-year-old son, Jason, who has been visiting this past week with grandparents, Joyce and Jack Day. Leon Jenkins of Fort Worth visited with his folks over the weekend. Clifton Crocker is in North Carolina visiting his brother, Alton, who suffered a severe heart attack. Linda Rowland of Maud visited recently with her friend, Michelle Fugate, out at Den's Port. The First Baptist Church paint Job is completed and everything sure looks nice. Nena Wright has returned home from Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens. Mrs. Lethe Peacock returned home from Navarre Hospital. By Sue Smal&g Our folks out here can fishing pond with trees around it. Well, kids decided to drop in for a visit with Morning Blues I put out the SOS call over the speaker Miss Lilly. Miss Lilly said that she to work Monday and soon had a full crew to paint. These almost didn't recognize them, she was folks worked just like Santa's elves, so surprised to see them. painting. They kept me busy mixing the Birthday Party paint and getting it to the right person. We were really busy Monday. In ad- us to make her someThe "Elves" were Edgar Williams, dition to painting scenery, we also bad a birthday party. Well, Bee Whitely, Francis Reid, Rosie sing alongl Charlene came down and to do it! So-o-o, Houston, Mabel Pruitt, Chris Abbe, played piano for us and we all sang. this activity Lilly Mitcham, Willie Moor, e and This was a special treat because we on the ball and find Winona Shipman. Willie and Winona love to hear Charlene play and sing. from. are new residents and they really got initiated1 Lilly had paint from stem to We will have the birthday party this came to my rescue by stern, but she got the job done. Just in Thursday afternoon and I'll let you big box to use. Buttime, too, because this was the day that know next week just what those Baptist painted to resemble a Tina and John Mitcham and all their were up to! your Americans should adds just 200 to 300 calories to a day's home this summer, menu, but also contributes a large per- known nutritionist,centage of the day's nutritional a, Sc.D., associaterequirements. A small soft ice cream at University of cone adds just 110 calories, and or- says vacation dietsdering a vanilla shake instead of At best, all a chocolate will save you 100 calories. rot is not to gain weight Both are good sources of calcium. Although Stern believes it's impor- to diet and tent to have a realistic estimate of the by worrying calorie content of different foods, she Stern recom- cautions that over concern with calories," that is,calories can spoil the enjoyment of on vacation, and eating and of the vacation. II :ion ..... in terms of balancing calories and nutritional needs. Stern advises putting a limit on 'sweets, but cautions against eliminating them from vacation menus entirely. She points out, "Food is one of the delights of going on vacation. Eating should be enjoyable." On the lighter side, though, are some unusual provisions. As an example of what you may be missing without knowing it, consider: California will moderation during "You can't be concerned with eating the perfect food every minute of the which a person can day," she believes. A meal at an While on vacation may amusement park may not be especially of vacation, Stern balanced but "it's what you eat the rest "One of the day," she explains that matters a cruise ship Persons who want ~ ( n,r gc, Ik &'r, , , down would be Faye and James Parks of Houston returned home on Wednesday aRer visiting with Dora and J.C. Peebles. Reports from Grady Harkin of Durango are that he is showing some improvement but has had pneumonia. Charles and Rita Abee have been vacationing near Durango and have been staying with Grady and Edna some. Mrs. George Black returned home Monday aRer a month vacationing with her children, George and Ann Black, in Tampa, Fla. and her daughter, Vivian, and Melendia Benton in Tyler. Saturday after hearing of the death of their son, W.L. McGee, who passed away in a Denver hospital Saturday morning, July 11. Oran Winston returned home from Navarre County Memorial Hospital on Saturday. Guests in the Winstons' home on Sunday were all their children, Charles and Fayrene Richardson of Tyler and Mrs. Winston's sister from Mesaulte. Buster Hines vimtea with his grand- parents on Saturday. Bro. Tom Robuck filled the pulpit for Bro. Danny on July 12 and will again on July 19. New businesses open 13re. Earl Wilkinson is deacon of the We welcome two new I nsinesses in week at First Bavtist. Trinidad -- our pretty, new Laundry Mate, owned by Howard Hardy, which Billy Joe Keesee is recovering from a was greatly needed and we will enjoy heart attack. He is the son of Dec and using. Laverne Keesee. Coach O.B. Cagey opened his bar- beque eating care on Front Street on Tuesday Bible Study Wednesday, July 8. The sandwiches and plate lunches are sure good.Tuesday Bible Study met in the home Coach Cagey is a religious man and has an open Bible in his window -- opened to Psalm 37. When he is closed, he closes his Bible. So, when the Word of God, the Bible, is open Coach Cagey is serving barbeque, and visiting with everyone. So, go by and eat with him. of Mrs. Dorothy Harrison on July 7, 9:30 a.m. Welcome was given followed by prayer by Mrs. Nell Moore. Mrs. Bama Miller gave the lesson from 2 Timothy 3. Those present were Shonda Moore, Nell Moore, Myrtle Cude, Jewel Uhrich, Ellen Sharp, Alice Wright, All the city housing units would like to Melessa Edwards, Janie Carter, express their appreciation to Major Gertrude Stanfleld, Dorothy Harrison Ernest Jenkins, Chief of Police Charles and Cleora Fleming. Naff, members of the Rescue Unit, members of Trinidad Fire Department, City Hall and council members. They are deeply grateful for the Rescue Unit. Some 100 people live in the 54 units. There have been five deaths since September. All units were filled except one in the senior citizens unit. All these people enjoy Trinidad and being a part of it. Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Owens attended the Eberhart family reunion on Sunday in Gun Barrel City. Jon Warren of Abilene. visited with his grandparents, Glenn and Jessflyn Warren. While here Jon celebrated his eighth birthday with cousins and friends. Trinidad Chamber met last Monday evening with David BUrgh conducting the business. Frances Estes gave the minutes and treasurer's report. A membership committee was appointed by Burton. Those are Ellen ,Sharp, Shorty Burton, Merlin Jordan and Harold Colvin. The chamber needs new members to join and attend the mon- thly meeting. The firewor display was surely enjoyed by all. And mem- bers are working on the Trinity River Jamboree. Bill and MaryMeGee, Charles sml,r, Betty McGee flew ut to Denver, 'Colo. from Matthew 13:1-23. All the children enjoyed his sermon as well as the adults. His sermon topic was "What in Earth." The children's sermon will encourage more parents to attend church. So, if you don't have a church, we invite you to the United Methodist Church to serve the Lord. Paul Thomas visited with his mother at Hillsbero Hospital on Sunday. Tommy Spann is improving. Guests in the home of Glenda and Paul Thomas this week have been Glenda's parents, Joe and Ruth Dautel of Austin, and Joie and Brenda Dautel. The Dautels vacationed in Springfield, Me., New York and New Jersey before visiting the Thomases. Lamesa Sillick entered the isolation hospital in Houston on Sunday, July 12 and will be there for eight weeks. She can enjoy your cards and letters and prayers. Her address is Lamesa Sillick, M.D. Anderson, 6723 Bertney St., 12 Lp, Houston. TX 77030. Alpine Holcomb and Margaret Fren- ch attended the Holcomb family reunion in Alto Sunday. Cousins visiting with the Oran Winstons Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Winston Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christopherson of Dallas. Marilyn and Sonny Bradley of Pasadena are on vacation and enjoying being home. James and Faye Parks of Houston Billie Davis returned home on Friday visited with Dora and J.C. Peebles last after visiting in Alvin with the Bill Thursday and Friday. The Parkses and Tarts and grandson David. Peeble attended a 100th anniversary of their former home, Tioga, on LaCosta Davis is six Saturday. They were met there by Bill and Hope Parks of Wichita Falls. The Parkses and Peebleses vacationed in Murfreesboro, Ark. in search of diamonds. MYF youth of Methodist Cht/rch are beginning to save aluminum cans, yynS, foil, trays. So you may help them donating yours. They will be making their trip to Lake Murrey, Okla. with their sponsor, Ann Rounsavall, and other members of the United Methodist Church. Bro. Tim Edwards held his first children's sermon and message on Sunday morning, taking his Scripture A party for LaCosta Davis' sixth birthday was held Sunday afternoon, July 12, in her front yard. The party had a Mickey Mouse theme, including a Mickey Mouse cake. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by Jaclyn and Jason Taylor, Krystal Davis, Liz Terry, Crystal Kennedy, Angle Miller, Fallen Barnette and Summer Farmer. Jerry and Teresa Taylor, Jason and Jaclyn and Cleo Taylor visited Jerry's aunt, Imogene Donaho, last Sunday in Ore City. Jason stayed to spend the week. Teresa went to get him on Friday. .,,.. .L LITTLE tRANSFER & STORAGE Silent fm MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicans, Texas LEGAL TITLE OF BANK CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) Citizena State Bank CffYCitLNt~z StaRe 1~ank Malakoff STAtlitalMrJMO. ICOUNTY -~STATE ~'PCODE 75148 75148 issue a hunting license at reduced fee to the alien wife of a war veteran. In Massachusetts. war service is credited as practical experience for the purpose of qualifying as a plumbing inspector. ASS[T - ~. ~ and due from banks ...................................................................... MII. THOU. 1 2. Due from other daposltorlee and all cash items in the process of collection ........................... I 782 2 3. U.S. Treasury securities .............. i .-.'~. ~ ................................................... No~e 3 4. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations ................................... 60 1 4 5. Obligations of States and political subdivisions in the United States ................................. ~ O31; 6. All other securltlee ........................................................................... -- i~l"- 56 7. Federal funds sold and securltlee purchased under agreements to resell ............................. None 7 8. Total loans (including overdrafts totaling $..~.~t)~.~.(~)~) (From Schedule A, Item 8) ................. 400 : their sights on 9. Lease financing receivables ................................................................... i3 49Q )n." 10. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ................... Hone 10 restaurants v 996 ys and roads,~ - 11. Real estate owned other thin bank premises ..................................................... 11 becomg aware 12. Letters of credit and customers' liability on acceptances outstanding ............................... 42 12 Commonly eate n foods. 13, All other assets ~ 13 , "HOW to Stay Slim and 14. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 13) ... i ........ iiiiiiiii 14 Fast FOod Diet," l with calorie counts and foods offered on fast food chains. eat creatively and still maintain their The prudent dieter each of the four -- milk, meat, and bread-cereal -- for moderate diet, amusement they plan,," she 'The Fast Food Diet," the many options the diner does have in For example, a offered at many a modest 250 to a double patty burger from 500 to 1000 of mayon- on a roll can Tartar sauce there are some found, too. A taco Freezers . Dryers adios. Ceiling Fans r conditioners $ t We Americans have always been sensible and practical people. We think about our choices. We look for our best values, whether in the supermarket or the corporate boardroom. Today we're having to take a long, hard look at our energy options. Oil and gas are no longer cheap. We depend on foreign sources fi~r half our oil, and that makes us vulnerable to foreign politics. How practical is it to rely heavily on those sources? America has the world's largest domestic re- serves of coal and uranium. At your electric com- pany, we think it's sensible to use these cheaper and more plentifid fuels. We started building generating plants to use lignit, coal more than 10 years ago, and we're building a nuclear-fi|eled plant today. We still have to use gas to make about half your electricity. But as fast as we can afford to, we're building plants to use more abundant fuels. Think about it. We believe you'll agree. It's the only practical way to go. rEXAS POWER & LI(;H'I" COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility "Come by a.d .ee O, h~'fore yD. buy" 214 N. Terry 489-1506 Malak0ff LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnershlpa, and corporations ................................... 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ----~ g'r3---15 ........................... 16 17. Deposits of United States Government ......................................................... ----TT-~ 17 18. Deposits of States and political Subdivisions in the United States.. "-------' ~ 18 19. Due to banks ..... I 7g I- 19 20. A,, other depo;,i, ," ! ; . Plq.i . .01 i .Si' i .N;I i d.ei o.' .s. iti ! ............. 4 20 21. Certified and officers' checks ................................................................. I ~0~-- 21 22. Total Deposits (sum of items 15 thru 21) - i~O a. Total demand deposits [~:!7~22 ...................................................... 22a b. Total time end savings daposlts ............................................... ~i ~L..ii~ ........ 22b 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase.., ...................... 23 24. Interest-bearing demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury and ~ L'~i'_.~ other liabilities for borrowed money .......................................................... 24 25. Mortgage Indebtedness for which the bank is directly liable ....................................... "one 25 26. Unearned discount on loans .................................................................. JOue 26 27. Letters of credit and acceptances outstanding .................................................. m 27 28. All other liabilities ........................................................................... ------- ~ 28 29. TOTAL LIABILITIES (exclud(ng subordinated notes and debentures) (sum of items 22 thru 28) .......... IZ3 29 30. Subordinated notes and debentures ............................................................ ---420- roff---- 30 31. Allowance for possible loan and Investment losses .............................................. ;one 31 EQUITY CAPITAL 32. Common stock (No. of shares outstanding ~__) ....................................... 32 33. Certified surplus ............................................................................ r~ 33 34. Undivided profits ............................................................................ ~ 34 35. Uncertlfled surplus, reserve for contingencies, and other capital reserves ............................ 5Z 35 36. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of Items 32 thru 35) ............................................... ------ ~ 36 37. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 29, 30, 31 and 36) .......................... __i Pb 37 NOTE: This report mull be signed by an authorized ofticM and lltelted by not lass than three directors other than the officer signing the epoI, I, the u~lersls~l~ officer, do hereby delMe thet Ihll Report of Condition (including the aupportlng Ichedulea) has been preperld in conformance with the In- structions snd is true to the best of my knowledge and belial, SIGNATURE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT AREA CODE/TELEPHONE NO, DATE SIGNED 214/4~9-.0530 July F,~ 19~! NAME AND TITLE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZEO TO SIGN REPORT We the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this Report of Con- dition (including the supporting schedules) snd declare that it hss been ex- DeDJ~,a ~P. H81ta~ imlned by US and to the best of our knowledge and bellef has been pre- V~Oe JPIrel~datlt aM Cllh[er plr~l in conformance with the instructions and is true snd correct. SIGNATURE OFJ~IREC.T~R /I r SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR TSIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR (MAKE MARK FOR Stele ol 're~la County of ~. SS: NOTARY'S SEAL) Sworn to ~m suDa~:rlbed before me rifts ~,lk ~ry~ My commt,, o u17 NOr