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,! The t,lakoft News, Thursday, Aug. 25, 19 --7A by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. officers for Trinidad at the first meeting on president, Lela Edwards; Ronny Hiler; secretary- Holcomb; football Pat Harem, and Barbara King. get-acquainted party coaches, parents and for Aug. 23; a and running the at all high school and games• Mere- $6 single. Each be given a Trojan Bryan. They came down complete wl~ lunch, Gloria, Gina and Brandy Mitchum of which everyone enjoyed. Granbury were here Saturday and Hazel Johnston and the children Sunday visiting with mother and father entertained the Cedar Lake Nursing who is in Tyler Medical Center. Home on Thursday with their monthly On Aug. 13, 49 of the Calvary Baptist birthday party. Bro. Dan Boler gave Church folks went on the Texas State the devotional. The children sang songs Railroad trip from Palestine to Rusk. and acted out the story of "Clflcken Eight adults accompanied the 37 Little," which everyone enjoyed. children on a hot but high time through Eighteen children attended. Cupcakes the piney woods. The Cayuga Drive and punchwereserved. Baptist Church of Athens loaned Merle and Pete Eaten, Larry and Calvary Baptist their church bus for the Frances Estes and daughter, Tanya, trip to Palestine. A great time was had met Jimmy and Thelma Eaten of by all. Rockdale and their daughters, Chris The Trinity River Jamboree is almost here• Tickets are on sale for one- half beef, also tickets to the Bluegrass. Get yours now. We need a lot of volunteers to help with the day's events. This is your day. Plate lunch dinner will be served by chamber members at $3 per plate at the concession stand ,at the park pavilion from 4:30-7:30 p.m., when the tug of war is taking place. A special welcome to all the new school faculty. In-service training began Aug. 21 with a coffee and get- acquainted. The Matthews family reunion was held July 8-10 at Caney Cove Resort with 67 attending. The family wants to thank Travis and Betty Matthews for providing camping facilities for the three-day reunion• Visiting on Saturday with the Paul Thomases and Jennifer were Oliver and Barbara Berry of Denton and Ruth and Joe Dautrel and children of Austin. FEED * SEED * SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 On Sunday, Sept. 4, Calvary Baptist and Monica, in Waco Aug. 17 to Everyone is busy picking up twigs, OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396.2282 returned home last Church will be having a missionary as celebrate Jimmy's birthday. Everyone limbs and pecans that Alicla did a week with her guest speaker, enjoyed the birthday dinner and Jinuny damage to in almost everyone's yard. It , • • • • m - • • • • • • • • • - • • - • • • • • - • • • • • • - Robert Garcia, and Kenneth Wright of Dallas was guest enjoyed his gifts, gave the pecan trees and pear trees a • • • • • • • • • " • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • | hter, Stephanie, in speaker at the Church of Christ on Everett and Thelma Smith returned good thrashing. Many people were m Sunday, Aug. 21. home last Tuesday aRer visiting with without lights for a short time Thursday | . Gene Gunnels of City C•J. and Veima Orsak of Liverpool Theima's twin sister and husband, Mr. night and we got a lot of rain. | ned after two weeks' and Didre Yarbrough of Freeport left and Mrs. C.J. Orsak of Liverpool. Fred Bandy Construction Co. of ~essee and Arkansas. Friday after visiting with Thelma and Lori Tidmore is in the Navarro Kemp will begin on the new United Leart had surgery at Everett Smith during hurricane Alicia. RegionaI Hospital in Corsicana. Methodist Church the middle of Sep- in Tyler and is expected Congratulations to Mildred and Trinidad Cowboy's Auto Mart on tember. • n a few days. Sammie Johnston on their 47th an- Highway 31 has expanded their parking Beauferd Wright of Rusk visited with | Peebles returned home niversary, area for their cars to the east of their his mother on Friday. Carburetors, Tune-Ups, Brakes • after a week's vacation Trojan football team will have a business with a new parldng lot. Joe Lynn Davis is home recovering and Auto Air-Cond0tioning and Las Vegas. Dora home game Sept. 2 with Frost at 8 p.m. Ann Jones and Leslie and Leann from a head concussion that he she looked up she saw Junior high football will have their Jones of Jacksonville visited with received in a truck accident last week H~. 31 East Malakoif of Cleda and Bill the lucky winners Casino of $34,000. returned home surgery at Medical Center Williams is here visiting r and Kenneth May. Miller visited in Irving over the weekend. of Garland grandparents, Pearl and • Marei had her arm in a of Euless was here and on with his who is ill. won't have their covered-dish dinner. a family film, "Sand Aug. 28. Following ice cream, cake T B°irnler's sermon on Sunday e to Seek the Lord," Week is Jim Gaston. Everett Berry and were by for a visit Everett at- visited with her and Mary Frank grandson, Jeremy, of first home game Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. with mother, Mrs. Maxine Green, and Mrs. in Arizona. His truck was totaled. Maypearl. Annie Lanier. Thanks to Trinidad Dairy Queen for Lauri Bradley is walking around onGerman document the Trojan football schedule, crutches aRer a sprained ankle from Trojans played a scrimmage game volleyball practice. The voneyballgirls project suffering on Friday against Levitt's Chapel. The team is looking good. They played four boys looked very good on offense and practice games with Kaufman and lost from lack of funds by two points on their games. Coach Dee Germany is their new coach. They defense. Trojans made five touch- downs. Trojans are looking forward to a winning year. Last season, 3-7. The United Methodist Church will have an art and craR booth at the Trinity River Jamboree on Sept. 17. All proceeds will go to the building fund. Chairmen are Nell Moore and Melissa Edwards and anyone else wanting to work a few hours. Anyone wishing to donate any crafts may contact anyone in the Trinidad United Methodist Church. Family fellowship dinner will be at .6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, at the United Methodist Church. Everyone is invited to the United Methodist groundbreaking Aug. 28 at 6 p.m. District superintendent Dr. L.B. Broach and wife, Lucille, will be with us. Ice cream and cake will be served at the closing of the groundbreaking. Ray and Janie StanfieJd and sons, Daniel, Jason and Jeffrey, were here visiting over the weekend with parents, Tommy and Gertrude Stanfield. Nena Wright's niece, Jerri Fitz- simmons, and friend, Erma, of Dallas were here Saturday visiting with her. have varsity and junior varsity teams. Class members of the 1973 class of Trinidad had a class reunion and dinner on Saturday at Charles Watson's home. Seven members out of the class of eleven attended. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. were lucky winners of a $25 gift certificate at Winn Dixie in Athens on Friday. Trinidad School August 29 - September Z Monday . Fish sticks, fremzh fried potatoes, Ketchup, rolls, milk or drink. Tuesday. Hot dogs with buns, hot dog sauce, french fries, milk or drink. Wednesday . Fried chicken basket, buttered peas, french fried potatoes, rolls, milk or drink. Thursday - Hot pizza, french fries, green beans, milk or drink. Friday - Hamburgers, french fries, pinto beans, mustard, ketchup, pickles, milk or drink. e Nu,'sing 8 l,y Sue Smalling birthday party time before you know it. ~atches me up short and I dod was to almost the flowers. Malakoff great to provide cor- an boutonnieres for they do have to be remember, but I sure it, easily. Next, I got busy and couldn't help get the party started, but I should have known that those T-dad Baptists did not need any help. They simply started the party without me. It was a good party, too. The youngsters presented the story of Chicken Little and when the fox ate up everyone, you should have seen the feathers fly. Reallyl The kids had pink feathers and when they let them go, we had feathers all over the place. Mter the party was over and everyone had gone home, I heard several of the residents talking and they were saying how much they enjoyed this party. I know it must be a chore, trying to present a new kind of party each mon- th, but Hazle and her bunch do a superb job and we love them for it. O When you replace your home's old, worn out heating and cooling system with a new en- ergy efficient heat pump* Texas Power & Light will pay you a cash bonus for buying it. Based on the tonnage - - capacity of the unit. But the cash bonus is just the first benefit of installing a new elec- tric heat pump. You also save money on your operating costs. You help save energy all year 'round. And by using less energy, you help level our peak load de- mand. (That's the time when more people are using more electricity.) So you can see why even though we don't sell or install heat pumps, we want to give you all the infor- mation you need to save energy and money when you do buy one. *Heat pumps must have an EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) of 8,0 or higher. 'I'EXAS POWER & LIGHT C()MPANY The German Document Retrieval Project at Texas A&M University is a victim of the temporary oil glut that has shut down the synthetic fuels program, says the leader of the stymied program. Through the unique project, resear- chers at Texas A&M were attempting to make available World War II records pertaining to the production of syn- thetic fuels with the goal of helping reduce U. S. energy dependence on im- ported petroleum. Funds for collecting, cataloging, ab- stractiug and indexing of the documen- ts are no longer available, said Dr. Kurt Irgolic, professor of chemistry and principal investigator of the project. Tons of German documents that were captured after World War II con- tain technical information about the German synthetic fuel industry in- cluding detailed plans for synthetic fuel vlants. Regardless of who is to blame, relying on petroleum based fuel puts the United States in a vulnerable position, he said."The problem is dependence on imports--specifically from regions of the world not charac- terized by stability. Suppose the Russians move into the Middle East and shut off our supply of oil from there. That would mean a shortfall of 30 percent of 4 million barrels a day," he said. Past embargoes from those countries which caused long lines at gas stations around the country were caused by a shortfall of only a few percent, Irgolic said. 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