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Page 6- MALAKOFF NEWS- Sept. 9, 1976 Trinidad News Bill and Helen Irene Air- grade student, suffered a heart of Victoria visited with broken collarbone at school. Mrs. Collins Airheart, and other relatives. Mrs. Air- heart returned home with them. Rev. George and Rose Olson returned home late .Thursday evening after a vacation trip to Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. V.M. Stub- blefields of Little Elm were here on the weekend to celebrate their anniversary Also Joe and Bernice's anni- versary and their grand- daughters' birthdays, Lori on Sept. 4 and Wendi's on Sept. 6. Bro. James Bliss conduct- ed baptismal services on Sunday evening, Aug. 29 in Calvary Baptist Church. Aug. 30. The Young People of Calvary Baptist attended a youth meeting at Opelika Sunday afternoon. They won the banner. Mrs. Edna Harkins of Durango, Colo., visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Peebles and friends in Trini- dad. Visiting with Mrs. Georgia Mullens Fricay were her daughter Louise Bickers and husband of Groves. visited in Frisco with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Woods and Mrs. Bill Tompson. Visiting with her parents, Bro. and Mrs. Oscar Brant- Odessa Airheart is home ley were Mrs. Barbara Cohen following a recent stay in and daughter, Shailyn, of Henderson County Memor- Dallas. ial Hospital. She's back Trinidad Junior Varsity working at Dairy Queen. team played Frankston at Ryan Paul Renteria. first Trojan Field. Tne score, CATALOG SALE AGENCY We Will Contm TO PrwiM 5mice For Our Friends In The Malakoff And Tntl kin. AL FUNERAL HOME Emergency Ambulance NE489-1 * LUMBER * PAINT * HARDWARE * SERVICE "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open 'til 4:00 Saturday b W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hi'ay 31 East Phone Malakoff 4t9-0527 24 Hour Wrecker Service Repair Service Tires and Tubes Open All Day Saturday Tanner Motor 110 E. Mitcham COB 489-1292 EXXON By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Frankston 36, Trinidad 0. Boosters To Elect The Trinidad Booster Club met Aug. 31 in the school cafeteria. Business was discussed as well as plans for the year's grid season. Officer lections will be held at the next meeting on Sept. 7. The membership drive is in full swing. Dues for the year are $10 for couples and $6 for single membership. Terry Shelley of Waco visited last Thursday with the Peebles. Baby Shower Mrs. Ruby Crocker was honored with a pink and blue baby shower on Sept. 4 at the First Baptist Church. Refreshments of cake and punch were served to the guests who called. Many useful gifts were received by the honoree. Hostesses for the event were women of the First Baptist Church. Deputy Kenneth Carter returned home Friday after being hospitalized in Navar- ro Hospital in Corsicana. The Calvary Baptist bus had a battery stolen out of the bus while it was parked on the church parking lot. nMr. and Mrs. Ray Kent d children attended the Shrine Circus in Tyler on Monday. They visited relat- ives over the weekend. Mrs. Merle Osburn re- turned home from Colorado Friday. Her daughter, Nita Symith brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Peebles took Mrs. Edna Harkins to Ardmore, Okla., Saturday for her to visit with relatives before returning home to Durango, Colo. Mary Smith of Dallas visited with her grand- mother, Mrs. Merle Osburn and mother, Mrs. Delbert Smith over the holidays. Homecoming Set On Sept,. I, a progrpm entitled "Free Because He Lives" was presented by Mrs. Ray Kent, Baptist Women's President. She nar- rated the program which included a solo by Mrs Mary Arnold entitled, "Be- cause He Lives" and special music by the Girls Choir who sang "Tell The Good News." Also included in the program was a panel of L. M. Carter, Baptist men's director, Ray Kent, secretary, Larry King, R.A., who discussed mission work done by Texas Baptist men. Also a film strip and testimony record- ing was played depicting mission work done in Texas. Trinidad Homecoming is Oct. 15. Mr and Mrs. J.T. Trot- man of Garland visited Sunday with their mother. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Owens Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eberhart and child- ren, Cindy Skaggs of Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller are spending a few days in West Texas visiting with the Bill Walkers and*Frank K. Antleys. Bruce Scheibe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alexander, will be attending San Mar- cos Military Academy. Ray Stanfield of Grand- bury visited parents over the weekend Trinidad had over six inches of rain last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton visited with their children Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eaton are the proud parents of a new son. Robert Michael Eaton, 7 Ibs, 1-2 oz., born Sept. 2, in Tyler. Other grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. William D. Stewart Jr. New Officers The Calvary Baptist WMA recently elected new officers: President, Mrs. George Estes; Vice president, Mrs. Margaret Williams; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Jerry McElroy; mission study, Mrs. Jimmy Haley; program, Mrs. Robert Loh- man; Bible teacher, Mrs. Edith Roberson; reporter, Mrs. George Estes. The ladies will begin the study of Acts on Wednesday evening with Mrs. Edith Roberson teaching the les- sons. All ladies are invited to attend. Mrs. Sandra Wenzel and children of Hockley visited with father, Ernest Jock, over the weekend. Wayne Warren of Pasa- dena visited with his parents over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. George Olson were in Franklin for a few days. Mrs. Lucy Chiles returned home Friday from Navarro Hospital after surgery. Mrs. Ray Sullivan and girls of Spring spent the holidays with parents. Trinidad city was without lights on Tuesday evening at 6:40 p.m. until around 8:30 p.m. when repairs were made on the transformer located downtown near Dick Melear service station. Mrembers of the First Baptist Church met for special prayer service at the Fellowship Hall Aug. 30 and 31. This was for the Mary Hill Davis offering for state missions. Mrs. Ned Bum- gardner, Baptist Women's Mission Support chairperson led the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Saun- ders spent last weekend in San Antonio and Brenham. Visiting in the home of their parents during the holiday were Mary Nell French, Tyler, Betty Jane, Barry Hayes of Huntsville, Sandy Willard Clark of Beaumont. Mrs. Baker of Jackson- ville visited last week with her sister, Mrs. Alex Johns- ton Maxine Green, Mrs. Annie Ianier spent a few days in Jacksonville visiting with the Charles Jones family, Joe Chiles, age 90, died Outboard Motor Repair Star Harbor Marina James Chitty, Mechanic Open Wed. thru Sun. BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE I ELEANOR ROBERTSON | l l9 I DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 675-2697 Athens, Tx. CAMPBELL'S EXPERT WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas I II illll For Call Out ders 489-1895 BEGINNING WEEKLY FAMILY SPECIALS 5 P. M. To lO P. M. This Week Special SCHOOL SPECIAL Chili Dog With Coke 69' FAMILY SPECIAL Country Basket recently in was uncle of Lacy, Chiles, Annie Lanier, Fannie Mac Moorehead and Pearl Hodge. Sept. 10 Trinidad Trojans play Carlisle here at 6 p.m. Sept. 16, Trinidad's Jr High meets Scurry at Scurry at 6 p.m. On Sept. 30, Trinidad Junior kVarsity is at Palmer at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wal- lace visited in Clifton over the weekend with relatives. The order of morning worship at the United Meth- odist church was Third Sunday in Kingdomtide. All hymns used .were selections made by the congregation. Accompanist was Mrs. Nan- cy McDonald on piano. The Lord's Supper was observed by Bro. George Olson, whose sermon topic was "The Critical Church." Mrs. Kay Carter and Jennifer of Henderson were here to celebrate their father and grandfather Jim Gas- ton's birthday on Saturday. Mrs. Doll Mash and fiance, Johnny Carmichael, of Dal- las, spent Sunday visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Jackson. Doll and Johnny will be married Sept. 16 at 9:30 in Presbyterian Church in Canyon City, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McElroys' grandchildren from Dallas spent the holi- days with them. The WMA Ladies of Cal- vary met Wednesday eve- ning with eight present. The president and teacher were both ill. Mrs. Sandy Lohman gave the devotional. All ladies are in,ited to the Study of Acts. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Estes and daughters visited Sun- day in Grandbury with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Estes and daughters. The Calvary Baptist Church had a good Sunday School attendance and large crowd for church. Three young people attending a family reunion were present. The young man gave a special mSssage in song. Bro. James Bliss gave the message from John, "Living Life Separated From The World." Trojans Lose Trinidad lost its Game to Frankston Friday night, 36 to 0. Squirrel ili Hunts Arkansas. He Limited Read The News If you're of those Hender- son Countians who has taken an open season on squirrels for granted, you may have rude awakening this year, according to "A Texas Guide to Hunting & Sport Fishing Regulations." In past years, squirrel hunters were free to shoot at will year round for the bushy-tailed rodents. But not this year Check the fine print on page 14 of the manual and you'll find that you're only permitted to hunt squirrels from May I through July 31, and Oct.1 through Dec. 31. The rest of the time, they're a no-no. There's a 10 per day kill limit and a 20 possession limit Trinidad Menu :ii! MONDAY: fish sticks, tarter sauce, buttered peas, snow flake potatoes, French bread, ice cream, milk. TUESDAY: beef and noodles, green beans, fruit salad, hot rolls, milk. WEDNESDAY hambur- ger and trimmings, salad bowl, French fries, Jello and milk. THURSDAY: barbecued chicken, seasoned beans, snowflake potatoes, dessert, bread, milk. FRIDAY: barbecue on buns, lettuce, pickles, French fries, ice cream, milk. Attention Value Most young children prefer brightly colored gar- ments over pastels because they have greater attention value, Mrs. Becky Culp, area clothing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System, says. PUBLIC NOTICE The Trinidad Town Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 21, 1976, at the Trinidad Community Center for the purpose of a budget hearing. In addition to the budget hearing tlie regular meeting of the Council will be held. Malakoff MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance oLife oAuto oHome oBusiness oBonds  A Ganm 226 N. 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