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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 13, 1981--5A ,me of the Trinity River Jamboree by Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Aug. 13 set at Trinidad and Friday, Aug. will register from 9 Thursday and junior will register from 1 P.m. Thursday. class members are asked 12 noon until ! p.m. freshmen will be 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. K-8, will pre-register riday. is chairman of third River Jam- Aug. 14-15. You all to attend. Kick-off is Pageant at 8:00 p.m. r Arnold and Jeanie on this with Athens as Master of trot, Saturday, Johnston-Bill Green. Queen chairman Burton. Kountry Ellen Sharp. the slice or whole. drinks, good concession Elsom, Bennie Bobby Rounsavall. - Buckhannan :00 p.m. Chairman Taylor, Roy ,10:30 a.m., Larry Estes. 6:00 p.m., Mondo - Ernest Jenkins. Also T-shirts, $7.00 Frances Estes, Stacy - Dick Sharp. Arthur Arnold. Johnston. Rescue Merlin Jordan. Billie Davis. - all events held in baseball field. Art and Porcelain ~are being sold on hand- set. You go by work all the ladles the garage of Mr. on McEntire late sending hot black The fire destroyed contents - two boats, firemen were there blaze and to keep the :fire. Our thanks to and the for coming they were needed. Trinidad fireman, the smoke and heat unit took him to Cor- Charlie got a bad burn and arm and is home Taylor, Trinidad burns on both were very lucky didn't burn. But by the firemen, it was Mrs. Jesslyn Warren, Michael and Mrs. Karen Abbe traveled to a recent at Stonewall in L.B.J. Was the Peter Jacoby of Mrs. They enjoyed the of the hill country; River Fall They visited and her daughter, in Austin. Antonio visited last sisters, Mag Ridgway to Tori Watson and Who were married Aug. I, in Corn- Helen Airheart has been in Tyler Medical Center for tests. Mr. Jon Cartlidge is recovering from surgery at Medical Center in Tyler. Mayor Ernest Jenkins has asked the cooperation of Trinidad citizens in cleaning up the town prior to our big Trinity River Jamboree. Frank Antley and workers at Trinidad school have trimmed the pecan trees, mowed all the football, baseball, school area which they keep looking nice all summer long. Melenda Benton, Steve Milner of Tyler visited with Mrs. George Black Tuesday. Bill and Kathy Harem visited with grandparents, Claude and Lorene Jackson, and attended church Sunday. A special welcome to Vickie and Wesley Warren who have moved from Harlingen, Texas to the Sonny Bradley home on Lone Star Road. Their children are Christopher, Misti, Cameron. Jonathan Warren of Abilene is here for two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carter were in Houston Thursday with their children to take granddaughter, Danna, for heart check-up. The First Baptist bad a good turnout at their Bible School this past week. The children had a good time and enjoyed doing their crafts and studying. The Nutrition Meals Program need more people to attend. Grace Farley was by on Thursday to check blood pressures. Jon Wilbanks is here visiting grand- parents, Dora and Jo Peebles. Funeral services for Paul Thomas' mother, Mrs. Evelyn Estelle Thomas, 59, were held Wed., Aug. 5 in I-Iillsboro with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery. Survivors are husband, J.K. Thomas, three sons, two daughters, 12 grandchildren. Attending from Trinidad were Nubbin Fleming, Harold Stanfield, Don Bichelle, Tommy Stanfleld, Jack Remorlz. Leslie and Tommy Cheatwood and daughters of Henderson visited with Robbie and Kyle Floyd. Mike and Kim Newton and Ruff visited with their grandmother, Mrs. Floyd Hooper. Mankin Assembly of God had 28 in service Sunday. On Saturday, Aug. 15, 6:30 p.m., the group will be singing at the nursing home. The last Sunday in August will be their church dinner with the Rasco family. The church lost a dear member, Mrs. Gertrude Wash- burn, in death this last week. , Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaston, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stanfleld visited in Fort Worth on Wednesday with Mrs. Jewel Story. Alice Gaston remained for a visit. Willie and Chillon Derden visited in Fort Worth on Tuesday. There were 14 children to hear Bro. Tim Edwards' children's message - God With You, 1 Kings 19:9-18, Matthew 14:22-23, on Sunday morning. A good crowd attended the Sunday service. The young children sang a special with Minnie Lou Lavalle playing and Ann Rounsavall leading the singing. Ellen and Dick Sharp returned home Sunday aRer a vacation trip to Ger- many. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hayes of Hunt- sville, Mr.,and Mrs. Wlllard Clark and Keaton of Beaumont were here Saturday for the funeral of Mary Nell Gray's father-in-law, Walter Gray. Burial was in Athens. Mother and I were by for a visit on Friday afternoon with Bro. Oscar and Mae Brantley, and they express -- "To our many neighbors and friends, my wife and I want to thank you for your love and concern while I was in the hospital. You will never know what your thoughtfulness meant to us. So many acts of kindness such as your visits, the flowers, cards and especially your prayers. Such wonderful people here in Trinidad makes it a pleasant polaCe to live. We want you to know we ve everyone here and will forever be indebted to you. Our special thanks to those who took care of our garden and cut the grass. Sincerely, Bro. Oscar and Mae Brantley." Oliver and Barbara Berry of Denton attended the Payne Cemetery reunion and visited with their children on Saturday, Glenda, Jenifer and Paul Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nolan were in Oklahoma this past week for a visit with the Larry Nolans. Grandson, Steve, returned home with them for a visit. Jewel Uhrich, Lucille Arnett enjoyed a vacation trip to Padre Island with their children, Irby and Joan Smith, grandchildren Dr. and Mrs. Kent Rodgers and ~reat-grandchildren. Bible Study held The Bible Study znet in the home of Mrs. Alice Smith, Indian Lane, Water Board Division. Welcome was given by Cleora Fleming; introduction of visitors, Jane Coleman; Alice Wright gave the morning prayer; Bama Miller gave lesson and reading from Hebrews, chapter 1-2; closing prayer, Marion Williams. Those present were Bama Miller, Buela Mae Trotman, Marion Williams, Leona Warren, Gladys Randall, Bobble Engle, Getrude Stanfield, Edith Young, Dorothy Harrison, Alice Wright, Jane Coleman, Cleora Fleming and hostess Alice Smith. Refreshments were sandwiches, stuffed dates, cupcakes, coffee and lemonade. Guests in the home of Vernon and Bethel Kelly were Kristi Goins of Alvin, Roger Kelly of Victoria and LOla Mae Kitchens of Alvin. Bethel Kelly's father, Mr. E.M. Tubbs, 97, died Thursday in Temple parents home on Wednesday with cousins, the RobertPowells. moving van getting his car and is The Administration Board of the moving to San Antonio. United Methodist Church met Sunday, The Vacation Bible School of the 8:00 p.m., with chairman, Chflton Church of Christ had 45 Monday Derden, conducting the meeting. Bro. evening; Tuesday, 51; Wednesday, 58; Tim gave list of events and will be Thursday, 59; and the largest at- starting Bible class in September. Mr. tendance was on Friday night with 69. The steady rise each night in at- tendance indicated that study for VBS proved to be of interest to all who at- tended. The following people are to be highly commended for their efforts which made the VBS a success: Elmer Phillips, construction of the puppet stage; Laveta Phillips, coordinator of refreshments; Pat Ball, purchase of some of the puppets and material for the puppet stage; all of the teachers for being prepared each night; Carol Foster, Connie Harrington, Sandl Bankston, Dwayne Spencer, for the outstanding puppet performance; Margarette Boutwell, provided refreshment supplies; Jimmie Slarber, provided the VBS posters. Congratulations to Cheryl Renee Love who will be graduating in the 75th summer commencement exercises Friday evening, Aug. 14, 8:00 p.m. of the Abflene Christian University at the University Church of Christ, Abilene. Cheryl graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. The lovely flowers were placed in First Baptist Church by Wanda Bradley in memory of her mother and father. Deacon of the week, First Baptist - Jim Gaston. Hospital. Burial was Friday in Hamilton Funeral Chapel. Survivors Band begins season are 11 children, 55 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren and 26 great- great-grandchildren. Mrs. Joyce Norris returned home on Friday from Medical Center Hospital in Tyler. All of Mr. A.F. Heickman's grand- children from Austin visited with him recently: Harry Don and Debbie Heickman and daughter, Jennifer; Mark and Brenda Drake and daughters, Kay Ann and Rachel. Mr. Heickman lives at Cedar Lake Nursing Home but enjoyed being home to visit with children and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. James Tapley moved to Palestine on Friday and Saturday. A welcome to Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Stone of Malakoff and Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Head of Kemp who have moved into Fleming Addition. Mrs. Head will be teaching in Malakoff School. James Sharp of Lancaster was by his School bells were ringing for John Spencer's band students Monday, Aug. 10 to get ready for the Trinity River Jamboree parade. Aug. 24, Teacher in- service; Aug. 25, Teacher workday; Aug. 26, First day of school; Sept. 7, Labor Day holiday. Coach Ronnie Henson began workouts Monday, Aug. 10, with the Tr~an football team. e MYF members collected their final collections of newspaper and cans Sunday evening, Aug. 9. They only got $4 for the load of newspapers taken to Corsicana last week, so they'd rather cook suppers for church groups. Ozie Land visited in Dallas with their children over the weekend. Harold and Wretha Stanfield visited recently in Houston with Lamesa Silllck. Jolea and Bill Miller visited with eservations Chilton Derden will assist the pastor as a Lay Reader giving the scripture and announcing the songs. Helping Bro. Tim in serving communion to the shut- ins will be Jo Rose, Cleora Fleming and Chilton Derden. The church is growing in interest, attendance and fellowship. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CkLL COLLECT 214/396.2881 OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, K[RENS 396-2282 ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. 489-0520 Sue Barnett Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. at its best ! ! ! Daily 6 a.m. 2 p.m. Friday & Saturday till 9 p.m. I Micheals (,ove 90 Next door t. Zippy Marl nmmmmm mmnun Y The deadline nears for Senior Citizens Summer Fest. All Senior Citizens of Henderson County are reminded that reservations for the Summer Fest scheduled for August 22 must be made before Monday, August 17;rickets for the event are available from the president of each Senior Citizens Organization in the county. Reservations may also be made by sending your name, the names of your guests and $2.25 per person to Mrs. Bernice McKay, County Extension Of- rice, P. O. Box 767, Athens or bring it by the Extension Office located on the 3rd floor, County Courthouse. This activity will be held in the ballroom of the Student Union Building, Henderson County Junior College, Athens and it is open to all county Senior Citizens. It is a joint effort of the County Committee on Aging, Athens Chapter, A.A.R.P., Tri-County's Chap- ter, American Association of Retired Persons; The East Texxas Nutrition Project', Athens Chapter, National Retired Teachers' Association; Y.A.N.S.Y. (Young and Not so Young Club) United Methodist Church; the 49'ers Club of Gun Barrel City and National Association of Retired Federal Employees. Registration and a social hour will precede the noon meal. The meal will be catered by the East Texas Nutrition Project with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hines and Mrs. Val Tumlinson serving as Co- Chairman. Mrs. Nell Stewart serves as chairman of the County Committee on Aging, planners of this annual activity. The largest crabs in the world live off the coast of Japan. They stand 3 feet high and often weigh as much as 30 pounds. Refrigerators Freezers Washers Dryers Televisions Air Conditioners "Come/,y and see us ef, sre y,,u /.,y " Terms 214 N. Terry Available 489-1506 Malakcff mmlllllllll * Lawn Boy Mowers * Small Appliances * Osculating Fans Sure, suMme free, but... re '~uc.