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The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 21, 1983--4tA rini by Mrs. W.C. Fle,.n,ng, Jr. residents wedding and Beth Germany of L., were here Saturday at- w~Idlng of Vicki and and attending church the United Methodist has returned home with her children in Jean Chamberlain of Wednesday with her Hollis Hines. Sawtelle's grandmother, 89, is here visiting with of Lufkin visited with ~n Thursday. entered Navarro in Corsicana on CHAPMAN the finals other years she en- Pea Cook- this year that Joyce in a category, named the grand who took first place or Main Dish, and a plaque which member of David Wade's Team. only seven years, has entered the Cook- once in the Peanique he other times in the Dish category. she said. "It's hard is a member of the Club. other winners were Cook-Off competition the Henderson County Union Building "Super Judges made and offered them to the following the their of awards was also the Taste-In. in order from fourth place in each Murchison Crispeas Athens Athens ooler Athens SALAD Pea Salad Ole' Murchlson Salad Athens Salad Euless Lovebuats Brownsbero MAIN DISH Athens Irving Athens Pea-loush Athens Euless Broecopea Dtp Baytown not deaf! Can't understand words." Your problem ... Miracle- Ear II' Your answer. ;'NO TUBES*NO WIRES helped by MircKle-Ear II may be Unit fits comiorlably in your no tubes no wires . s,mply again more cleotiy and what people say Y~t,rself ,f Miro(le Ear II can /ou &R THE DIFFERENCE - B~3 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - - Sat. by Appt. ING AID , Ctr. Hwy. 175 425.4086 Lam'i Bradley returned home on Sunday after being in Washington, D.C., the past week. Mrs. Barksdale is recovering from a broken hip at Navarro Regional Hospital. She is expected to return to her home in Trinidad on Tuesday. Jim Langford returned home Saturday morning aRer being in Navarro Hospital, Corsicana. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden returned home on Thursday after two weeks' vacation to Arkansas to see Chilten's sister, and to St. Louis, Mo., South Dakota to see Mount Rushinore, Wyo., and Denver, Colo. Here visiting on Sunday with J.C. and Dora Peebles were Charles, Rita and Matt Abee of Mesquite and Julie and David Vinyard of Mesquite. Kenneth and Polly May visited in Tyler with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin May and sons. News was received of the death July 4 I e Pine Cones James Curtis Athens Speaneeh Appetizers Cindy Murphy Athens Cindy Murphy, who placed fourth in Appetizers, entered the Cook-Off for the first time this year. of former Trinidad resident Maxine Beene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Beene of Fort Worth. Maxine is sur- vived by her husband and one son. Stacy and Minnie Peebles of Livingston visited with brother J.C. and Dora Peebles. Frances Kunze and Kim Furst of San Antonio visited with Coach Tom and Ann Holcomb and boys. Jolea and Bill Miller visited Wed- nesday and Thursday in the home of their children in Cleburne. Our sympathy to the family of Ruby Williams. John Wilbanks of Beckville has been here the past two weeks visiting his grandparents, J.C. and Dora Peebles. Here visiting Saturday and Sunday with Bill and Cleda Freeman were their children, Eugene and Lou Freeman and Jenifer of Houston, Charlie and Phillis Freeman of Austin. "I just started to enjoy cooking about 1% years ago," she said. "Because Mike (her husband) is a "meat and potatoes man," I don't cook gourmet dishes at home and this gives me a chance to do so." Also cooking at home for a "meat and potatoes" man, was Mildred Reed, who included Albert Agnor, chili champ; placed third in Vegetable or Main Dish. Alex Burton, KRLD Radio; Roy Eaton, Mrs. Reed said she has served her Wise County Messenger; Dotty Grif- "Black-Eyed Pea Country Medley" Erma Dickey enjoyed her vacation trip to Houston and Dallas. The Senior Citizens Group met at the Community Center on Wednesday with 31 present and two visitors. B.G. Riden gave the opening prayer. The group enjoyed 42 games. Ruth Chiles gave the Distinguished pastor visits area churches often at meetings of her sorority and received many compliments which made her decide to enter it in the contest. "This is my third time to compete, but only the first time for me to make it to the finals," she noted. Dressed in overalls and e flop hat adorned with a red and white bandana, Mrs. Reed said that this year she coordinated her table setting and clothing with her dish. "This is fun for me because I get to be creative," she said. One of the only two men in the finals was James Curtis who was entering for the second time. "I like to cook some things," said Dr. Carl Keightley, well-known pastor for 52 years who recently retired from North Texas Annual Conference, was guest pastor at Trinidad United Methodist and Cedar Creek United Methodist July 17. Dr. Keightley's sermon was "The Secret of a Great Church." Trinidad choir, under direction of Cindl Graves, presented Dr. Keightley's favorite hymn, "My God and I." Don Bichell returned home Saturday night after two weeks' vacation to the Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elsom and family were here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stubblefield and daughters of Celina were here on Saturday for the wedding of Vicki and Jimmy Carter. Guests in the home of Janie and Jim Carter over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter, Fort Worth; David Curtis, who admitted that he didn't and Tammy Carter, Rockdale; cook alltheUme. Claudene and Denice Holmes, Rock- He stressed that he especially likes to dale; Fran and Tim Pitts, Danna and make appetizers. Stephen of Giddings; and Jimmy Michele Burger's first experience Carter with the Black-Eyed Pea Jamboree was in 1979 when she and her husband Jamboree planning had a booth set up on the midway. Mrs. Burger has been a contestant meeting held every year since 1980 but placed for the first time in the finals this year. "I enjoy the fellowship and have a good time," she said. Judges in the finals of the Cook-Off fith, Dallas Morning News; Joe Holstead, WBAP Radio; Marilyn Ingrain, food writer; Mary Faulk Koock, cookbook author; Carolyn Raiser, KXAS-TV; Cyndl Maddox, Southern Living magazine; and Frank Tolbert, Dallas Morning News. CORRECTIONS AID GIVEN The Department of Justice's National Institute of Corrections provides a variety of services to state and local correctional agencies -- placing major emphasis on training, research, technical assistance, information seminars and policy evaluation. The institute provided technical assistance in response to 1,028 requests in fiscal year 1982. A planning meeting by chairman Harold Colvin of the Trinity River Jamboree was held Monday, July 11, with committee chairmen appointed: Saturday, 8 a.m. - 6.2 mile trot, Ernest Jenkins; 9:15 a.m. - bicycle race, Tim Edwards; 9 a.m. - bands; 8 a.m. - concession stands, VFW members in charge of selling hot dogs, cold drinks, snow cones and popcorn all day long for the Trinidad Chamber; 10:30 a.m. - canoe race, Jeff Dunacusky. In charge of the Queens Contest, Jr. Miss, Miss Ect. - Nelda Arnold, Georgia Davis, Donna Renteria; 2 p.m. - parade, with first prize $15 and second $10, Arthur and Nelda Arnold; 4 p.m. - tug-of-war contest, Ernest Jenkins; 4 p.m. - food booth, plate lunch dinner $3, Cleora Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Ferro; games throughout day, art-crafts booths; 7-10:30 p.m. - Bluegrass en- tertainment, football field, Merlin Jordan; I p.m. - cake walk, Ozie Land, Erma Dickey. noon invocation. Everyone ate a lot and enjoyed the day. They invite anyone in this area who would like to join in a day of fellowship to see Ray Chiles. Meetings are the second Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. Dick and Ellen Sharp enjoyed a weekend outing in Arkansas. Neua Wright was rushed to the doctor after a fall and bad cut on her arm. The Fleming family reunion will be held July 22-24 at the administration building of Texas Power and Light. The Lord's Supper was observed at First Baptist Church on July 17. Bro. Ross Ward will be filling the pulpit on July 24 at First Baptist Church. A covered dish dinner will be held on the fourth Sunday, July 24, at First Baptist Church. The wedding of Vicki Bell and Jimmy Carter was Saturday, July 16 at First Baptist Church, with Rev. Dan Boler officiating in the double-ring ceremony. A reception was held in the fellowship hall following the wedding. Here for the wedding of Vicki and Jimmy Carter and serving were Carrie Ganis, Lily Ann Ganis, Dallas, and Cindi High, Austin. Lacie and Haven Cheatwood of Henderson are spending their vacation with grandmother Robbie Floyd. Becky Dixon of Waco was here Saturday for the wedding. Lillian" and Jim Bradshaw were in Houston over the weekend helping their children, Jan'tie, Janna and Hlllary Louise Bradsbaw celebrate open house on Sunday in their lovely new home. Beauford Wright and grandson Michael Rogers of Rusk were here fora visit on Wedneday with Mrs. Alice Wright and put a new roof on her home. Thanks to all my friends for nice letters and the clipping of the Fleming lady from Trinidad. The Tom Holcomb family enjoyed the day at Six Flags last Wednesday. Trinidad Chamber installs officers The Trinidad Chamber invites you to the first Monday night, 7 p.m., covered dish dinner, Aug. 1, for membership and kick-off to new year. New officers were installed in the July 11 meeting. They are Merlin Jordan, president; Gabe Ferraro, vice president; Jeff Smith, secretary-treas- urer; and new board members, Harold Colvin, chairman, Barbara, Merlyn Blanford and Margarett Miller. When I put my mother, 88, in the hospital Friday in Corsicana, she said she remembered living ia Corslcana and riding a horse out where the new Navarro Regional Hospital is. She was nine years old at that time. We're never far from where you Icx no further than Cedar Creek Bank to get Personal Ser- vice and Attention. Meet Malcolm Floyd "Matt" Mattison, Vice President. Bring- ing 32 years of banking exper- ience to Cedar Creek Bank, Matt's principal duties involve lending to consumers and busi- nesses, assisting with all bank- ing seMces, credit investigations and negotiating loan agree- ment Matt's hobbies are golf and fish- ing. He also is a member of the "49'ers." Matt's banking expeffise is a t v -z Js asset to C_.edar Creek Bank and to you. In his words: offer personal service and indMdual attention with emph- asis on ways to help consumers and small businesses. Every cus- tomer is important and we are anxious to meet their needs" Cedar Creek Bank is the bank with your financial interests in mind. W'flh dedicated and pro- fessional personnel wcxking to keep you satisfied, Cedar Creek Bank is "never far from where you are," Cedar Creek Bank