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Page I0 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Sept. 18, 1975 ..:::li Trinidad NeWs :::!i Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mar- low of Houston visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mar- lOW. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and children, of Wimberley visited over the weekend with her sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs, Bobby Rounsavall and children. They were here to check on Jack's father, Russell Lundy, who had sur- gery last week in a Corsicana hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wall of Grant)ury visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin. Allen I,undy of Granbury arrived over the weekend for a visit of several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Lundy. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lundy and children returned t) their home in Warren after visiting for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brad- shaw were in t]ouston Satur- celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rayfield were in DeSota Saturday night to attend a baby shower honoring their daughter, Mrs. Mike Etter. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Peebles were in Dallas during most of the weekend to be with her father, B.W. Parks. Mr. Pars had surgery Friday night. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferris and children of Athens visited with Dora and J.C. Mrs. Otis Stanfield visited in Dallas Thursday and Fri- day with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berry of Denton visited in Trinidad Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee Earl Wright and daughters visited Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. C.C. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. George Uh- rich were in Dallas visiting with their grandchilren, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Rodgers and clffldren. Jordan. They also attended the Friday night football game. Bible Study The Tuesday Bible Study group of the United Method- ist Church met at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. Mrs. George Black opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Bama Mil- ler gave the lesson for the day and Mrs. Cecil Wallace gave a reading. Mrs. A.L. McCrackin closed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served to the 13 members present. Tickets are still on sale for the bicycle drawing to be held September 25 by the Trojan Booster Club. Tickets can be purchased from any member of the club. The Trinidad Jaycees are getting things together for the annual Homecoming to be held Saturday, October 11. %%`````````-;'.`'``''V;`.`.; %%1, %% [,%%; * o .%'.%%t o'.e'.%...%.......,#'',?;o.%..o.% %%.o*..o:%%oL-%;o;o%....%%%, :,:.:.: ,%%*i :" ,:,:.:.   ::::::: ?,%% - ........,::.:::::::.., - Ann- ;:00il -de_ing :.:,:,: ' r y ann rounsava A little bit of fall blew in the last of the week making the weather perfect for weekend football games, marshmellow roasting, and pumpkin pie baking. Coats and blankets came out from the dark corners of closets before game time Friday, and hot dogs and hot coffee were the big selling items at concession stands as fans felt the first cool breezes of the new season. Our children took advan- tage of a little yard clean-up by Bobby and utilized the fire he built from brush to roast marshmellows. The roasting was fun for the children and put them in the mood for fall weather and I had sticky ,;,:, ,:.:.: ,:.:.: ;.,;o;, IQlll I :::.q then another chose pie over bread. My sister, my aunt, my cousin, all of them would see the tin pie pan and the uniform crust. My secret was out, and I would be the laugh of the family. I glared at Bobby as I cut slices of pie and he throughly enjoyed every minute of my agony. "That sure was good pie", my uncle said as he finished a slice. I accepted his compli- ment and apoligized at the same time for the store bought crust. "Why, it has been so long since I have seen any other kind of crust I wouldn't have known what they fhomemade) look like," he said. Peggy Martin Wall It's A Boy! Mr. and Mrs. Joesph D. Hartman of Austin announce the arrival of their son, Samuel David, who was born September 4, 1975 at 7:39 p.m. in an Austin hospital. Proud grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Marlow of Trinidad, Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Hartman of Munster, and great-grandmother, Mrs. Peggy Wall Gets BBA De Peggy Martin Wall, former Trinidad resident and dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Coy D. Martin of Trinidad, received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Tarleton State University August 17, 1975, where she received the Tarleton "T" award for outstanding scholarship, was Distin- guished Student, and an honor student. Welfare Blue Cross Blue Shield Mrs. Wall is the nuclear plant construction near She and her live in Granbury, Wall is employed at Cordova Bend Steam Station of Texas Light Company. Girl originally meantl of either sex. GIBSON OPEN ONLY being called to serve as pastor sems from their abilities to Steve Warren and Scott  7d  for the Trinidad Frist Baptist make a good, crisp pie crust. Jordan at the next stand;  f Westinghouse Church. When l took on homemaking Peter Ganis and Carl High at A - Cookies. punch, and cake in a serious effort my first the next station on Lone Star  Air Conditioners were served in the fellowship task was tolearn to bake a pie Road; and Robin Smalling, hall and the Kings received crust. I slinked through the Marianne Smalling and Den- In Stock food and household items grocery store Friday following nis Parker at the last stand. FRI-SAT-SUN R&R It% ii GARDEN TER00 Hwy. 175 i, between Athens & Eustace ', FALL SALE Friday, Saturday & Sunday Sept. 19 21 ', ( Evergreens Azaleas ', 00125 00125 , Inc udes 5 Vanehes :, BOXWOOD FASHION HOLLY CORAL BELL NANDINA RED RUFFLE/ . EVONYMUS SNOW i ," LIGUSTRUM ntAclr:  JL BIRD BATHS :t * , . $ 50 , ; L Reg. 499s 835  Foliage Plants 25% off We Resme The Right To Umit Purchases from members of the congreg- ation. Mrs. Fender Johnston has expressed her appreciation for all the cards and prayers they received while Mr. Johnston was in the VA Hospital, He was moved last Tuesday to the Mel Nursing Home in Corsicana. Cards may be sent to Room 103, 901 East 16th Mrs C.C. Wright returned home Tuesday from a visit with her children in Rusk. Mary Smyth of Dallas visited Tuesday with her grandmother. Mrs. Austin Osborn. Mary Sue is a student in Dallas. The First Baptist Church will be holding their fall revival Sept. 21-28 with the Rev. Jan Moore bringing the message. The Ramsey family will present special music. The Senior Citizens met Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. for their regular business meeting and luncheon. During the business session it was voted that the high Chad's request, with two frozen crusts in my basket, hopeful that no one would notice my laziness. Bobby, aware of my feelings of responsibility toward pie crusts, made mention of the uniform rises around the edge, and commented on how smart I was to use a tin pan that need not be washed after use. I consoled myself as Chad ate a piece of pie and discussed the size of the next piece he was to have. It couldn't be all bad. Company came in for the weekend and l hid the re- miming pie under a cake plate on the back of the cabinet. Two groups of family were on hand for spaghetti and garlic bread (the garlic also helped with my house odor problem) Saturday night and I offered hot pumpkin bread for dessert. "We also have pumpkin pie" Bobby volunteered. I did a slow wilt as first one and school students would enter-  i Lain in October with a drama- I I'1 Il:A tic show and $115 was paid on "" "" ." _ ." ., _" ". EXCAVHru u the air conditioning of the community center Septic tank systems. Sewex Bro Earl King gave the and water lines installed or invocation for lunch. Visitors repaired. 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