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I I m I I The Malakoff News, Thursday, July 28, 1983--5A ,i, . i ..--r .,, ,.,,. , ,. ,. d,, , ......... by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. ]3a"tist - . i " Patt Ferraro has returned home from returned Saturday following a vacauon building fund Miller, Getrude Stanfield, Nubbin and three pigs and entertain the reslden _ ~ youth revival Lakeland Hospital. trip to Washington D. C. They covered Family members attending the Cleora Fleming. with songs. Children taking parts were set In Trmld" Dora and J..C Peebles,. Stacy and 13 states and visited numerous Fleming family reunion were Ray and The Ruth Sunday School class Eric Airheart,. Melissa Renterla, Shona ad Minnie Peebles of Livingston took the historical sites. Janie Stanfleld, sons, Jason, Jeffrey members met in the home of Margaret Crocker, Mmty Crocker, Angelia Church of Peebles' grandson, John Wilbanks, to Prayer meeting will be led by Bro. and Daniel of Granbury, Lindn Terry Benton Tuesday. Johnson, Danny Johnson, Wesley Boyd, a series of revival for the young beginning 27 and will run t30. services will begin at 7 Cooper will sing and Pete, a popular Athens. events during the meeting L puppet story each night, a a message, i and there will be for everyone including Church Vacation July 25-29, 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Patsy Harmon teaching the missionary lessons. The will release helium-filled with VBS messages following services on Sunday, July 24. the evening services there ce cream supper. July 24, was pastor ap- at Lakeside Baptist. It pastor, Bro. Floyd for 11 years of the church. A surprise ser- presentation of a plaque, thank you and a pv on "- nnding" Decorations included you banner outside the special flowers for the of the committee in festivities were Mr. and nutrition program has and white checked s. Special thanks to Jesslyn gave them. was dismissed from grandparents, the Kelleys. Regional Hospital afterBro. Ross Ward preached the Sunday Mrs. James McDaniel, High School principal, their new home where Mr. McDaniel is July 31, will be law Ch- at Lakeside Baptist 274. County law will be present in services and recognized of appreciation. All of the church will be A covered dish lunch will morning service. At the service will be the usual 5th service. esslyn Warren last Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Pat- Mrs. Shanon Snuffer and and Brandon, Ariz. All enjoyed Warrens; also grand- essie Bramlett, enjoyed their his home in Livingston on Tuesday. They also visited in Jefferson. The Trinidad Pony League lost in the playoff to Kerens by a score of 8-4 on Monday night at Trinidad. The boys and coaches have done a good job this year. Sunday morning services at United Methodist Church were conducted by Mr. Chilton Derden and guest speaker, Dr. Carl Keightley. Special solo and music choir directed by Monde Ren- teria in the absence of choir director, Cindy Graves. Jason and Jackie Taylor of Houston are visiting with their great- grandmother, Mrs. Ila Dulaney. Mba. Dorothy Lehman was taken to Lakeland Medical Center on Sunday wesley Airheart spent this past week with his grandparents, C.W. and Georgia Lou Airheart. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Airheart, were here on Sunday for lunch. Here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Airheart were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cherry of Grapeland. B.G. Riden is in the Navarre Regional Hospital in Corsicana. Helen French returned home on Saturday after being in Methodist Hospital. She will return for back surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cargilie, children, Marcus and Bobbi Ann, visited over the weekend with parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Grayson. Vernon and Bethel Kelly attended the wedding of their grandson, Billy Don, and Kim Hotz at Rock Creek Baptist Church in Nursery, Texas. After the couple honeymoon, they plan to come by for a visit in Trinidad with their service at First Baptist. Bro. Charles Russell will be leading July 31 services. , Deacon of the week at First Baptist Church is Earl Wilkinson. Mrs. Annie Lanier, Mrs. Maxine Green and Mrs. Frances Moorehead visited with relative, Uncle Bud, who is ill, on Sunday. Beauford Wright was here on Wed- nesday and Thursday to visit his mother, Mrs. Alice Wright, iX hospital. The Little League played a practice game on Saturday evening in Cor- slcana. They got a good workout before they begin their playoff game in Canton on Monday, July 25. They lost the game to Corsicana. Traffic was tied up at 9:10 at the blinking light on Highway 31 when the Brazes Queen came through Monday night enroute to Lake Ray Hubbard. Ann and Bobby Rounsavall and children, Amy and Chad, accompanied by his sister, Annelle Denison, his mother, Velma Rounsavall and nieces, Ashlea Denison and Robin Green, on San Augustine in East Texas, ac- Philley, plant Texas Agricultural less than one-fourth inch on the foliage of San grass. Usually occurring leaf spot is generally wet- have been used control gray leaf spot. ehlorothalonil have One such product is but other brands are require two ap- fungicide. Follow all says that mid-to-late season very susceptible to brown humid days, conditions developement of the sprays, ideally ; weeks prior to harvest, will significantly reduce damage. Several fungicides are approved for brown rot control. Moslac virus is infesting many of the peas in East Texas, Philley says. Pinkeye purple hull seems to be the variety hardest hit. Crowder varieties are most resistant to the disease. The virus can be seed transmitted, but is spread in the field by aphids. There is no chemical that will destroy the virus after it enters a living plant. Philley suggests completing the crop even though it is infested with the virus. Some yield should be realized even though it is reduced. Model no. 1430 Nobody Knows more , about microwave cooking than Utton, space In your kitchen because it's compact. almost anywhere-.on a wall, on a shelf, in for small kitchens, rec rooms, dorms. by 20 years of Litton quality and cooking n al Entertainment Center St. 4 $I000 Malakoff Earl Wilkinson on Wednesday, July 27, at First Baptist Church. Pauline Brown is in Navarre Regional Hospital for tests. Mr. Curtis Riggs entered Navarre Regional Hospital on Friday. Andy and Minnie Lou Lavallee celebrated their anniversary and Andy's birthday on Sunday in the home of their mother, Jo Rose. Others at- tending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stoggner and Nannie Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derdens's cousins returned to Houston Sunday. Mrs. Alice Wright had surgery on Friday at Navarre Regional Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. ChiRon Derden were in Dallas Sunday aRernoon. Tiffany and Clark Fleming of Houston are visiting with grand- parents, Nubbin and Cleora. Danna Pitts of Giddings visited with her grandparents, Janie and Jim Carter. Visiting over the weekend with Margaret French were Willard Clark and daughter, Keaton, of Beaumont, Betty and Barry Hays of Huntsville and Mary Nell Gray. Keaton remained for a visit while her mother, Sandy, is in Colorado at a law school. Jewel Merdieth of Kingsland visited with mother, Nena Wright. Hamburger dinner, cake and peach cobbler at 6:30 p.m. at United Methodist Church. All proceeds to Fleming and children of Houston, Gary Fleming of Richardson, Bob and Sue Miller, Blake Matt, Kristi Miller and girlfriend, Jennifer Roger, of Irving, Tommy Standfields, Bill Miller, Jolea Hazel Johnston, Myrtle Cude, Ruby Crocker, Sidney Airheart, Kathy Prinka and young children were at Cedar Lake Nursing Home on Thursday afternoon to portray the story of the Redney and Ryan Prinka. Shannon Smith was picked up as all- star player with Kerens girls softball team in their playoff. 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