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Q PAGE 8A - The Malakoff News - Friday, July 28, 2006 I By Emily G. Lundy The rain showers have flirted with us but not given us enough water to fill a ditch. Of course, we're thankful for anything that falls. Jimbo Norris' fundraiser was a success. Besides cakes, car washing, items were raffled. One couple coming from near Dallas saw all the activity, read the signs, and stopped. They gave $30 for the cause and did not know anyone there. If everyone could give a little to help people in need, it would amount to so much. Home from the hospital now are Freddie Colvin, Juanita Stanfield, Chelsea Perry, Billie Davis and Geraldine Stanfield. Jewel Cotton may still be hos- pitalized. On the prayer list, please remember Claud Jackson, Martha Perry (hospitalized in Dallas), Raymond Tubbs, Ethel Moser, the family of Hannah Harrill, Evelyn Bea- vers, Doris Setzer (on dialy- sis), James Zafereo(at home with cancer), Stephen Whit- low (little boy with brain tu- mor on way for Alaskan tour from Make-a-Wish Founda- tion), Jean Anderson (chronically ill at home), Glover McClintock (at home), E.L. Pennington (at home), Joel May (dealing with several infirmities), Ri- chard Taffee (ill with can- cer at his home), Louise Fugate (at home with pain), Lucille Banks, Fran Edgar, Rena Brown, Roberta Stapleton, EJ Wells, Mable Lundy, Everette and Thelma Smith, Ruth Twyman, Petey Airheart, Tamarlyn Shannon. Wedding bells will ring for Patrick Parker and Sarah Hicks Saturday, July 29, 6 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Patrick is a gradu- ate of THS, and Sarah is from Athens. Lena Goodenough plans to return to work Monday. Two summers in a row she has had to recuperate from seri- ous surgery for circulation and other problems. She is happy to be feeling better. Wayne Stanfield, the son of Virginia and the late Alton (Jiggs) Stanfield, once of Trinidad, and then of Hous- ton, is now serving a year in Iraq. He has been a re- servist after he fulfilled his military duties years ago. Barbara Ardoin is on the trip of her life. Adopted as a baby, she received help in finding a brother and two sisters living in the Washing- ton and Oregon area. She left last week by train to see her full brother whom she's never met, her sisters either. Joel says he will be going to join her at the end of her month's stay. We can't wait to hear all the details of this rare, once-in-a lifetime ex- perience. Joel and Barbara have ten children, many liv- ing in or near this area and a few in Louisiana. Trinidad's ISD board has narrowed its search for a su- perintendent and is going through all the requirements by the State to legalize their choice, hopefully to be an- nounced soon. Next Tuesday is August 1. School is in sessiofi for stu- dents on August 21. Home- coming has been set for Oc- tober 14. Two-a-Days for the athletes begin about two weeks before school (vol- leyball and football). Fall is closer than we think. Of course, here We can wear sandals and light clothing until late October. I wear a warm coat about once a win- ter except at night activities. Some football games can chill one to the bone but not the early ones. An armed robbery was re- ported in Tool according to reports. Special to The News The Pinnacle Women's Club is already gearing up for their 9th annual garage sale and the biggest news is a move to a new air-condi- tioned location. This year's sale will be held at the Light- house Baptist Church on Highway 198 between Payne Springs and Gun Bar- rel City Thursday, Septem- ber, 14th from.7 am - 6 pm and Friday, September 15th from 7 am - 4 pm. The new facility will accommodate the phenomenal growth and popularity of this event, which translates to more space for more unbelievable bargains. This garage sale is the ma- jor fundraiser for the club and the proceeds will sup- port the recipients of their college scholarships as well as other local charitable or- ganizations. The sale will include fur- niture, clothing, books, vid- eos, kitchen appliances, lin- ens, housewares, tools, elec- tronics, artwork, home d6cor, as well as speciality boutiques for both men's and women's clothing and ac- cessories. Again this year, the "Kid's Korner" will fea- ture clothing, books and toys for the youngsters. Members of the Sale Committee. COURTESY PHOTO Pinnacle Women's Club Garage The raffle items this year will be available for $1.00 will include an original wa- each or 6 for $5,00. You do tercolor painting by local art- not have to be present to win. ist, Jim Baridon, a hand- painted game table, a "Taste of Cedar Creek Lake" bas- ket filled with restaurant cou- pons and more. These items will be on display at the ga- rage sale and raffle tickets Mark your calendars for one of the most anticipated events in the lake area. Don't miss out on an oppor- tunity to pick up some great deals and Support the com- munity at the same time. 5 MILE Computers'* parts Accessories Upgrades & Repairs Available for Service Calls Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. We've Moved !!! NOW LOCATED AT 815-1 E Royall Blvd Malakoff 903-489-1807 www.commiatohitek.com FORD ANNOUNCES THE BEST WARRANTY, ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE PACKAGE OF ANY FULL-LINE AUTO COMPANY! 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