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/A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, July ~, 1981 Many Trinidad people attended and enjoyed Athens' Black-Eyed Pea Jamboree. I know that mother and I enjoyed the arts and crafts shows. Doug Gunnels is recovering nicely from surgery on his leg at Navarro Hospital. Richard Martin and Ricky Auerbach were involved in a small car wreck on McEntire on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Sharon Martin was taken to the hospital for X-rays but was released. Trinidad Jamboree will be Aug. 14-15. Make your plans to attend. Mrs. Cleda Freeman, Carolyn Tucker and Blaine visited in Arkansas with Cleda's father, Clark Childress, who is in the hospital. Paul Thomas visited in Hillsboro with his mother who is ill. First Baptist Church is looking to employ a nursery worker. If anyone is interested, get in touch with Dan Boler, pastor, or Jim Carter. Calvary Baptist members and Bro. Bill Watson conducted the Sunday afternoon services at the Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Trinidad U.M.Y.F. is now collecting silver, aluminum and old newspapers. The newspaper must be tied into bundles. The youth will come by and pick these things up after Aug. 7. Call Amy Rounsavall, 778-2410, or the Methodist Church, 778-2517, for pick- ups. The ladies from First Baptist held their birthday party at Cedar Lake Nursing Home on Thursday at 2 p.m. with a "Going Fishing" theme. Margaret Curry gave the devotional, Hazel Johnston was in charge of the fishing, and each resident fished with a Ethel McGee, on Wednesday evening. He is 47. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tart and David of Alvin visited with their parents. Mary Edith Ryan of Cass City, Mich., visited with Alpine Holcomb. A new air conditioner has been bought for the United Methodist nur- sery class. Keith Brigance was in Henderson County Memorial Hospital, Athens, last week for tests. Tommy Spann will be returning to work after recovering from an illness. Jack and Jo Hines of Garland visited on Tuesday and ,Wednesday with their cousins, Pearl and Hollis. Bob and Sue Miller and family visited on Saturday with parents. pole and received a nice, useful gift. Elmer phillips and Tommy Stanfield The little girls sang songs and we had have been working this past week at the Bozo the Clown and friends who gave United Methodist Church repairing gas suckers and balloons to the residents, leaks throughout the building. There Lucky winners won valuable prizes, were eight leaks. Mr. and Mrs. David Vineyard of Cake and punch were served to the Mesquite were here over the weekend group. Helping with the party and visiting with their grandparents, Mr. program were Hazel Johnston, Myrtle and Mrs. Loyd Johnston and Mr. and Cede, Ruby Crocker and daughter, Mrs. J.C. Peebles. Helen Adams and children, Shonda and Mrs. Edith McClintock attended the Mitzy, Mrs. Glaze and children, Pearl funeral of her uncle, Clay Sparks, in Yates, Margaret Currey, Mary Gentry, Arllngten on Saturday. Girlie Thompson, Cleora Fleming, By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. David and Tammy Carter of Rock- Susan Green and Angle Miller. Alice Wright, serving punch, coffee, dale visited with their parents, the Jim Organization leaders for the Trinidad cake and chips. Carters, on Saturday and Sunday. 4-H Club are Mlckey and Freida Jones. Mrs. Vernon Cates of Desato visited Dale Collett of Macon, Ga., visited The 4- Camp will be held in Trinidad on Tuesday with her aunt and uncle, recently with his sister, Judy Standlfer. Aug. 10-11. All 4-H members of Hen- Joe and Kathy Prnka and sons, derson County must register in July for Rodney and Ryan, and Snookle and camp. Ester Ruth Abbe and son, Billy, Sharon Blake and Matt Miller of Irving are and two sons, Lucas and Cllnt, spent the visiting with their grandparents this week at the Jimmy Swaggart Gospel week. Camp Meeting in Baton Rouge, La. The Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith moved to families enjoyed the days at shopping Corsicana on Sunday. They have been Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hooper attended the funeral of an uncle in Dallas on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer White's grand- daughters, Krystal and Ashley of Hawkins, have been here for a visit. Their parents were here on the weekend to pick them up to return to Hawkins. The United Methodist parsonage committee from Trinidad and Cedar Creek Lake United met Thursday, 7 p.m., at the parsonage. Those present were Jim and Ruth Finley, Jolea Miller, Ozie Land, Tommy Stanfield, Lillian Smith and Liz Simonton. It was approved for our new pastor and wife to buy new bedspreads and draperies for their home. centers and spent one day at the Baton Rouge Zoo where the boys enjoyed a ride on an elephant. Mrs. Gertrude Washburn returned rent home on McEntire. home from Navarro Hospital, Cor- sicana, and is staying in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Larry Story and children, Shirley and Bud Dulaney of daughters of Fort Worth visited with Malakoff. her parents, Jim and Alice Gaston, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moore and Shonda attended church with their H.L. McGee of Tyler was over for his parents, Nell and Houston Moore. birthday supper at his mother's, Mrs. Alfred Arbuckle returned home from Corsicana Memorial Hospital on Saturday. His son, Wade, and Merle Arbuckle of Seagoville visited with him and wife Edna. Tuesday Ladies Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. W.C. Fleming with 18 Tim and MeUssa will be working at present. Announcements were made by Lakeview Methodist Assembly at Mrs. Fleming, followed by prayer by Palestine with eighth and ninth grade Mrs. George Black. The lesson was read from 2 Timothy 3 by Mrs. Bama Methodist youth July 20-24. Miller. The closing prayer was given by The administration board of the Kathy Prnka. Co-hostess was Mrs. United Methodist Church met on Monday evening at the church. It was approved that there would be a time change in Sunday morning preaching services, setting the time at 11 a.m. in Hollis and Pearl Hines. Lucas and Cllnt Abbe of Fairfield spent Friday with their grandparents, Snookie and Ester Ruth Abbe. The Abbes took the boys home for Clint's third birthday party held Saturday afternoon in the home of his parents, Billy and Sharon Abbe. living in the Fleming addition. Bro. Bill and Shirley Watson were on Ruby Fitzgerald of Tyler and vacation this past week and attended a daughter, Dava Nell of Dallas, have Bible conference in Beaumont. They been busy painting and repairing their visited with friends in Port Lavaca. Otw sympathy to our dear friends, Mary and Bill McGee, in the death of their son, W.L. MCGee, 46, who died suddenly in St. Anthony Hospital in Denver. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery in Denver. He is survived by his wife, Paricla MCGee; son, Jeffry L. MCGee, Lakewood, Colo.; daughter, Donya MCGee, Lakewood, Colo.; parents, Bill and Mary McGee of Athens; and sister, Mrs. Betty Mc- ' Murray of Garland. Ozie Land visited over the weekend in Tyler with her sister and daughter. , Bill and Jolea Miller attended the * funeral of Mrs. Cleo Bridges' mother in Grapeland on Saturday. J Congratulations to the girls' baseball team coached by Lela Edwards. They have worked hard and played good ~ames, but haven't been able to win. I But, two players have been picked to ' play on the all-star girls team of Cross Roads. They are Louise Hornbuckle, first base, and Tami Riley, catcher. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elsom and family were in Austin this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newton and Serving the * baby of Houton visited in the home of , Cedar CreekLake MALAKOFF * their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd It area. TEXAS , Hooper. The Mankin Assembly of God had 22 in attendance for Sunday morning .* 489-1055 Corner of Terry & Mitcham services and good preaching by Bro. Jimmy Munns. All nrr ctu ices are getting har&'r, so... We Americans have always been sensible and prac- tical 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 hmg, hard look at our energy options. Oil and gas are no longer cheap. We depend on fl reign sources fi r half our oil, and that makes us vulnera- ble to foreign politics. How practical is it to rely heavily on those sources ? America has the world's / largest domestic reserves of coal and uranium. At your electric company, we think it's sensible to use these cheaper and more plentiful fuels. We started build- mg generating plants to use lignite coal more than 10 years ago, anti we're building a nuclear- fi,eled plant today. We still have to use gas to make about half your eiec- tricityl 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. 'I'EXAS POWER & LI(;HI' (:()MPANY A tax.paying, investor-owned electric utility order that our pastor would have a little more time to visit with the Cedar Creek Lake church members. A Bible study course for church members will be set up in the fall, and revival will be held in February. A communion service was ordered and Bro. Tim will be ad- ministering communion to the shut-in members of the church. Cokebury Hymnals have been or- dered for United Methodist Church as memorials to Jim Williams, with his name inside. Mr. Jim loved music and singing, and will be used in his memory. Congratulations goes to our friends, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Banks, on their 53rd anniversary and Ruby's 81st birthday. Nena Wright thanks everyone for their prayers and cards during her long stay in Henderson County Memorial Hospital, Athens. A town meeting was held on Saturday at 11 a.m., July 18, with Mayor Ernest Jenkins informing the people of Trinidad about the pending purchase of the Tarrant County Water District water plant at Cedar Creek and the TC water system. The cost of the water and sewer is $65,000. These will have to pay for themselves by the people using them. The purchase of the systems is to protect the future of Trinidad and give the veonle out at Marimac, Three Way, Indian Oaks, Hidden Hombres areas future growth will be Vivian and Melindls 'Steve Miiner of with Mrs. George . were in Dallas on MondaY. Bro. Tom Robuck did a ! supply pastor while family were on state. The flowers were Baptist Church by in loving memory McGee. Deacon of the week at ] Jim Gaston, father d and one son, three one grandson. Billy a recent heart walk a half mile each day. Mr. and Mrs Taste-In at" the Jamboree on Sunday. Here this Dallas; Visiting with their Smith, on The School is The Warren construction on Highway #5; :J THE NEW TRINIDAD 4-H CLUB held its organizational meeting Saturday at the Trinlda the far left corner is Jennie McQuary, Trinidad Postmaster; Charles Colman; Randy Moore, Kaeey Jones; James Boyd; and Staey Boyd. (s#~rf photo by Staey Dunacusky) County anizationa .I O The organizational meeting of the Trinidad 4-H club was held at the com- munity center Saturday, July 18, 1981. Randy Moore, County Extension Agent, showed a short slide film on the 4-H clubs in the county. Moore gave a short talk on the activities a 4-H club member can participate in such as beef, swine, clothing, rabbit, food and nutrition, poultry wildlife, mounted drill team, horse, rifle marksmanship, horse and livestock judging. Through the projects and activities the 4-H'ers can receive awards and scholarships. The 4-H club is open to anyone 9-19 years of age. Organizational leaders for the Trinidad 4-H club are Mickey and Freida Jones. People interested in becoming members need to contact Mickey or Freida. There were 15 mere- bers to sign up Saturday. club will be Au at The next meeting of the Trinidad 4-H Trinidad Communit ROYALL INSURANCE AG HOME-COM MERCIAL.AUTOMOBILE INSURAN 489-0520 Representing: Employers Employers National, Motor Insurance See..-Sue Barnett Malakoff 10 W. RoY County 4-H council camp The Henderson County 4-H Council is proud to announce that the time for our annual 4-H camp is drawing near. This year, non 4-H members, as well as 4-H members, are invited to attend. Camp activities will begin on Monday, August 10, and end Tuesday night, August 11 at the TP&L camp in Trinidad. The theme for this year's camp will be 4-H olym- pics. This will be similar to the Battle of the Network Stars contests you have seen on T.V. Some of the programs that will be SPECIAL OF THE presented are swimming safety, CPR, weight lifting, karate, hair fashions, fishing, and many others. There will be something for everyonel On Tuesday night, parents are invited to attend an ice cream supper and square dance. If you are a young person between the ages of 9 and 19, pick up your ap- plication today at the Henderson Coun- ty Extension office on the third floor of the courthouse. The cost of camp is only $10.00, which includes meals for both days and all recreation supplies. The deadline to turn in your application is July 24. Don't miss this great chance to have fun and learn at the same time! If you would like further information about the 4-H county camp, call the Ex- tension office at 675-9161. WEEK caneY 1.75 Liters 80 proof Bricks Cracked? Sills Rotten? Unlevel Floors? --CALL-- Deri Cannon Rt. 1, Athens 675-7096 plus tax 1. Liters 80 proof Rights Reserved While Supply Last plus tax