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August 13, 1981

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The Malak0ff News _Thursda#, Aug. of the Trinity River Jamboree 6y Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. t urged to attend a Community Cen- to meet Dr. and is in internship in a Fort and is about to decide go into private family He is interested in prospective home for his uested a meeting with to Chamber of chairman Dick Sharp. Although Dr. Sautelle, a native Texan from Madisonville, has ten months remaining on his internship there is a possibility he could enter practice at an earlier date on a limited basis. The coffee will be from 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. set to allow those who will attend the first Trojan scrimmage game an opportunity to drop by to visit with the doctor and his wife. Everyone is urged to attend the cof- fee. and CharUe were attend camp 4-H members and and Mickey Jones en- Camp at TP&L Youth 10-11. Parents of the ~t on Tuesday evening for ice cream supper. youth from attended. Trinidad were Kristy Estes, Tanya Estes, Elesha Bankston, Stacy Boyd, James Danny Coleman, Leslie Robb, Kenny Ardoin, Josh Arm- Kevin Carter, , Stephen Burkhalter, Kludy, Craig Carter, Corrie Jenkins Will have their mere- Tuesday, Aug. 25, 7 Center. All join this great Black was overinTyler Melinda . Cohen and visited withBro. Porcelain Art Club at the 4 p.m. drawing for the beautiful china tea set, which was hand-painted by Ruth Finley and Mac Brantley, members of the club, was Wanda Gibson of Piano. Refreshments of punch and cookies were enjoyed during the day by people here for the Trinity River Jamboree. Everyone enjoyed the beautiful art and porcelain work of all these nice ladles of the club. L.T. Blyth was taken to Navarro Hospital, Corsicana, Sunday morning and is in I.C. unit. At the time of writing he was resting and feeling better. Tonda and Autry Wilson are the proud parents of a son, Gary Wayne Wilson, born July 6 at Navarro Hospital, Corsicana. He weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Dean and Lovea Lovelady of Trinidad and Gene and Johnnie Wilson of Fort Stockton. Our sympathy to the family members of Minnie Smalling, who was also our Aunt Minnie. Funeral services were held Thursday, Aug. 13 at 2 p.m. in the United Methodist Church of Trinidad with Rev. Pete Pulley of Terrell of- ficiating and the minister of Malakoff United Methodist Church assisting. Pallbearers were W.C. Fleming Jr., Beauford Wright, Oliver Berry, Eugene Berry, Claude Tompson, Harold Stan- field. Burial was in Trinidad Cemetery. Hubbard; awards of bells were presented to those who worked really hard - Nikki Phillips, Love Polk and Jerri Dickerson. Deacon of the week at First Baptist is James Johnston. The lovely flowers were placed in First Baptist by Louise Fugate in memory of her daughter, Jennifer. Debbie Richey visited with gran- dparents on Saturday. Ann and Bobby Cargill and daughter, Bobbi Ann, visited with the W.W. Graysons Saturday. Guests in the home of Dick and Ellen Sharp were their children, Dana Sharp and family, Rick Sharp and family, the Lehmanns, the Gillisples, and Rick's friends and Harriet's friend from Denton, Becky and son, William Schifko. Cindl High of LaPorte was the weekend guest of Lori Tidrnore and will be attending the University of Texas in September. Granddaughters here this week visiting grandparents Helen and Frenchie are Mary Helen and Jenny French of Baytown and Amy French of Chandler. Cedar Fork Church holds homecoming The annual homecoming was held at the Cedar Forks Baptist Church on Sunday, Aug. 16, with lunch enjoyed by all. Jimmie Jenkins was master of ceremonies with Mayor Ernest Jenkins giving the main address. The event was for the Cemetery Association for the Black Cemetery which is located on League Line Road and Eaton Street. Eddie and Wretha Barfoot of Pasadena are here visiting with Tommy and Gertrude and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines visited with the Derdens and Hineses on Sunday. The First Baptist conducted the Sunday afternoon sevices at the Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Jeff and Rae Ann Blount of Tyler, and Betty Phillips and daughter, Betty Jo of Eustace, visited with the McElroys on Sunday. Survivors are two daughters, Ruth All junior high children of Calvary Tedford and son, Dickson and Pauline Brown of Baptist are making plans to attend six mother, Malakoff, and a son, Alvin Small~ng of Flags on Saturday, Aug. 22. Trinidad. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Rainwater have of Beaumont visited Every home in town had guests for placed their membership in Calvary and Juanita over the Trinity River Jamboree. So please Baptist church. forgive if I fail to name your company. I Connie McCracken has been in and Kathy were in have had no calls from anyone and Mother Frances Hospital this past Anderson Hospital to working in the country kitchen we week. ~y, Aug. 10. couldn't see everyone. Grandchildren Dana Pitts and Stevie is in good spirits Children here for a visit with their Pitts of Giddings were visiting their her many cards parents, the Merlin Jordans, were Mr. grandparents, Janie and Jim Carter. looking forward to and Mrs. Dough Jordan and girls of treatments andgettingseptember. Galveston.Arlingtn and Scott Jordan of Tuesday Bible Study with his sister, Guests in the home of Pat and Eugene Tuesday Bible Study was held in the Cude was Sterling Berry were the Everett Berry family of lovely home of Bobble Engle with Granbury, Shirley Bevels and Cleora Fleming giving the welcome and and daughters of daughters of Carthage, Diane Hocutt introduction to guests, Susann Miller week with and family of Henderson, Catherine and Susie Rodgers. Opening prayer was and grand- and Lawrence JohnstonofCorsicana. led by Janie Carter. The lesson was Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and Louis and given by Bama Miller from Hebrews 3. was hack in Roy Cain of Whitehouse were here on Closing prayer was by Gladys Yates. after recovering Saturday for the Trinity River Jam- Those present were Edith Young, Buela boree. Mae Trotrnan, Gladys Randall, Janie Joe Kelly and Jean Jim Hall of Seagoville visited here Carter, Dorothy Harrison, Alice visited with this week with the Arthur Arnolds and Wright, Gertrude Stanfield, Bama on Friday and daughters, Rosemary and Annette. Miller, Susie Rodgers, Jewel Lrhrich, is 84 years old, We enjoyed a nice rain Sunday af- Gladys Yates, Bobble Engle, Susann and this was his ternoon around 3:30. The electricity Miller, Cleora Fleming. Cake, coffee, years, was knocked off to a very low dim light lemonade and stuffed dates were Weekend were Mable so had to light my old lamp to write the served. and daughter, news. The electricity was back on by 5 They visited with p.m. Malakoff, and The 1980-81 cheerleading school was held this past week with a lot of hard of Ranger and work and effort by our cheerleaders, and Brett Morgan, introducing the young students to yells Renteria and and routines. Instructors were cheerleader Michelle Fugate, Vicki to Dr. Tilmon Bell, Louise Hornbuckie, Kristi Jones who was the lucky and Barbara Livingston. A program of the gun at the was held Friday at 10 a.m. for parents amboree drawing on of students and awards were presented Aug. 15. A most to outstanding students. Blue and gold gun. pompons were presented to Melissa the Cedar Creek Renteria, Terri Gunnels and Andrea Needs MALAKOFF le Cedar TEXAS Transfer off You get price off on tran- sfers (except on red tag stock) on any Shirt Purchase. 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Students were Terri (;unnels, Melissa Renteria, Andrea ilubbard, Love Polk and Nikki Phillips. Cheerleaders are Michelle Fugate, Barbara Livingston, Kristy Jones, Louise Ilornbuckle and Vlckie Bell. (Staff Photo by Stacy Dunacusky ) Out of town guests m ~e home of Mrs. Fender Johnston visited with day evening' Sixteen persons enjoyed their parents, Joe and Barbara Ardion her son, Jack Johnson and wife in the good meal and games of 42. were their children, Joe and Joan Denton. Ray, Janie and Daniel Stanfield of Ardoin of Louisiana and Pare and Steve Everything looks pretty and green Granbury visited over the weekend McClintock and sons of Eastland. since the rain. when Ray and Everett Berry were in Dr. Bill Clark of Whitehouse visited Bro. Tim & Melissa Edwards the canoe race. with his father, Mr. Clark, a few days returned Saturday after a week's this past week. vacation to San Antonio, Austin and the Gary Fleming of Richardson visited Hill Country. with parents Saturday. ~i Mrs. Edith McClintock attended a Beauford Wright of Rusk visited with Re__ stration set fish fry at her children's home Satur- his mother Thursday. at Trinidad School ,, Registration has been set at Trinidad School for Thursday and Friday, Aug. 20 and 21. Senior students will register from 9 a.m. until noon Thursday and junior class members will register from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. Thursday. Sophomore class members are asked to register from 12 noon until I p.m. Friday while freshmen will be registered from I p.m. until 3 p.m. New students, K-B, will pre-register both Thursday and Friday. ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. 489-0520 2". 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