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Coy Martin spent the in Granbury visiting daughter and son-in- Mrs. Bruce Wall. and Mrs. Stanley Mar- Houston visited over with his parents, Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Houston iand Mrs. Vicki Frazier all spent the in Breckinridge with parents and Trinidad News Jamie Bradshaw of Houston spent the first of the week visiting with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw. Two counselors and eight young people are attending the Methodist Youth Camp in Lakeview this week. Richard and Billie Taaffe have purchased the Donnie Locke home on the Cross Roads Highway in Malakoff and were busy with their move the past weekend. Ray Dollar, former resident of Trinidad and Malakoff and currently a resident of Hunts- ville passed away Sunday at his home. He was employed at Sam Houston State Univer- sity. Dora Wilbanks, John and Tyson Wilbanks, and J.C. Peebles were all in Athens Thursday to attend a birth- day picnic honoring Bobby Ferris. Bill Green has been in a Tyler hospital the past week MEXICAN IMPORTS Furniture Ughting Fixtures Pottenj Gifts Baskets Wrought Iron FREE PARKING 708 W. 7th Ave. (Hwy. 31) Corsicana, Texas 872-5341 Open Weekdays 9:30 to 5:30 'S PARADIS We would like to express our thanks o the general public for making our Grand Opening a success. We appreciate the interest you have shown in the growth of your city and the warmthyou have shown us as newcomers. We are looking forward to serving you now and for many years to come. HOUSING Savings & Loan ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS 500 S. Palestine 219 N. Terry ,.*'// Athens, Texas Malakoff, Texas 675-2223 489-0991 JONES. BLAIR PAINT SUMMER SWEEPSTAKES GRAND PRIZE: NEW BUICK APOLLO 4-DOOR SEDAN Olg[g PlI/[S FOUR GENERAL ELECTRIC 19" COLOR T.V. SETS Register Now Nnthlng To To Buy-Sweepstakes Ends August 16, 1975 City Builders Malakoff July 10, 1975- MALAKOFF NEWS. Page 5 iil Trinidad First Baptist To Dedicate Education Building ::: for tests and treatment, m" condition is reportedly im- proving gradually. The Church of Christ par- sonage on McEntire Street received a new coat of paint last week. The house has been transformed from gray to white. Mrs. Lauretta Lawler of Ranger visited the first of the week with her daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Mondo Renteria, Ryan and Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Kelsey and children of Lor- enza were here over the weekend helping their mother, Mrs. Richard Taffee, move to their new home in Malakoff. Mrs. Charles Jones of Ft. Stockton was here over the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Orden. She came to pick up her daughter, Leslie, who has been visiting with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie West- brook have been on vacation recently and spent part of the time off in Houston visiting with her father, Chester Bradley, and her brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bradley, Jr. Mrs. Maxine Green, Mrs. Pearl Hodge, Mrs. Fannie Mae Moorhead, and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Chiles were in Houston recently to attend funeral services for a relative, Mrs. Lee Chiles. Don Ruble, basketball coach at Trinidad High School, has accepted a posi- tion with the Hallsville School District for the coming year. Ruble, who recently returned from a visit in Austin with his parents, will be in school in Commerce for the remainder of the .summer. Dick Melear is in a Dallas Hospital and is still running fever. He is in isolation. The cause of the fever has not been determined. Mrs. George Reagan entered the hospital on her birthday, Sunday July 13, and was scheduled for eye surgery on Monday. Mr: and Mrs. 'W.C. Flem- ing, Jr. werein Dallas Satur dayvisiting with their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Germany and family returned home last week from a vacation trip to their former home in Mendin, La. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and family of Austin returned home Sunday following a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller. Matt Miller is staying with his grand- parents while his parents are on vacation. Mrs. J.H. McClintock visited in Ennis this week with her children, Mr. and Mrs. John McClintock. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. visited Thursday and Friday in Galveston with Mrs. E.J. Davis. Daryle Hamilton, Jay Tart, and Mr. and Mrs. Darel Terry attended the Future Farmers of America Convention in Houston this past week. Five Trinidad Jaycees were in Van Friday night to attend the Van Jaycee's Charter Night Banquet. Those at- tending were President Phil Stevens, Chuck Condreay, Ray Ken, A.C. Morman, and Bobby Rousavall. The Trini- dad group brought home the travel trophy. The First Baptist Church of Trinidad, Texas will dedicate its Educational Building during Homecoming activi- ties on July 20, 1975. Construction is nearing completion adjacent to the Sanctuary that was built and dedicated during 1955 under the planning of Bro. Howard Conatser and leadership of Bro. Odom Dyess, former pastors of the Church. Bro. and Mrs. J.C. Blalock will be returning to Trinidad GUESTS FOR the dedication of the new sanctuary of Trinidad's First Baptist Church will be former pastor J.C. Blaiock and Mrs. Blalock on July 20. ReG. Blalock pastored the church in 1927 and from 1933 through 1936. The Blalocks now live in Tennessee. Trinidad JCs Host Ice Cream Supper Tonight Trinidad Jaycees will host n ice cream supper at the Community Center Thursday, (tonight), July 17, beginning at 7 p.m. Home-made ice cream in assorted flavors will sell for 50 cents for all you can eat. Bingo games will be played throughout the evening. Proceeds from the supper will be used to help defray the costs of Jaycee projects, including the air-conditioning of the community center and work on the concession stand at the football field. Flemings Attend ncer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Flem- ing, Jr. of Trinidad attended the Texas Division Annual Meeting of the American Cancer Society held at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Houston, July 8-9. Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. represented the Henderson County Unit as a voting delegate. I FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY CF & I Baler Wire =26  33.5-0-0 Fertilizer Ammonium Nitrate =160 per ton spread CALL COLLECT 214-396-2881 214-396-2282 Insurance-Tips from Jerry Garrison Granpaw Wants To Save His Fire Insurance Policy With Malakoff Insurance Agency 226 N. Terry St.- Phone 489-0512 Jerry Garrison @ Insurance Agent for the occassion. Bro. fellowship mealat 2 p.m. Bro. Blalock, who now resides in Wilson Wood, pastor of Tennessee, served as pastor of Wynnwood Baptist Church of the First Baptist Church Dallas will officiate. He during 1927, and from formerly served Trinidad as 1933-36. It was during his pastor during 1947. stay that the original Educa- Trinidad First Baptist tion building was constructed Church is located on and dedicated in 1927. He will  Lawrence Street in Trinidad. Sunday School for ages crib through adults begins at 9:30 a.m., and Worship Services are at I0:50 a.m. and 7 p.m. The congreagation extends a cordial invitation to its Home- coming. deliver the messages during the morning and evening worship services. 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