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Parker returned Baylor Hospital afternoon Sept. 23 open heart sur- fs doing fine and his daily walks and the walks to 5 Mrs. Edd Reeve family couples out- party last Satur- LH. McClintock was Monday. MYF officers of Methodist for 1977- President Dee Ger- President Sheri Treas.-Sec. Dennis Recreation Chair- Germany, Refresh- Amy Roun- Leader Larry and sponcer Nelda Ann Ritchie of 490 entered Parkland ix Dallas for the of a tumor on the was Sept. 27. Wright reports daughter, Jewell Kingsland has pass- exam for Real orris, and Mrs. Louie La., visited over Mrs. Ray Germany of Tatum spent with the Peebles. Future Farmers went to Palestine to attend a Parlia- Session. of Dallas visited with his parents Dick Sharp. Ellis' and twin were in Dallas last for a visit with Local Chairman Fibrosis have their door to Those helping Pat Williams are Kay Stanfield, Kent, and Diane Edith McClintock and Saturday in 1976-77 school Came in this past a gold cover !an excellent annual give our thanks to Mrs. Debbie and all annual staff did an outstan- .The school has a new Vhich all the students of and they working on the annual. Forks Baptist ,t about completed the on their church 31. with parents. Mrs. Bill Miller of Tyler spent With his parents. Mrs. J.C. Peebles Tatum recently to their grandson 8th birthday. will be- girls on Sept. 26 when they The girls have 3 games with no ready for dist- They are coached King. Denton, our Director of the Society.and ,of Henderson FAMOU S IN A WAS CARVED 2 DUS AuTO [NCE "Carved" Providing POSSIBLE INJURY And DAMAGE LIA- COVERAGE And EST CLAIM POSSIBLE! Pinocchio) CE AGENCY MALAKOFF Trinidad News By Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. County Longview, had lunch with Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. on Thursday and presented a session on Public Education. Mrs. George Black was in Tyler on Wednesday. The Joe Stubblefields and daughters attended Six Flaggs on Saturday. Sherry Kent visited in Tyler on Saturday. The ladies of the First Baptist Church sponsored a birthday party at Cedar Creek Nursing Home on Mon- day, Sept. 19th at 2 p.m. Bro. Earl King and group present- ed music and program. L0uri Bradley sang a special, Steve Halbrook, youth director, sang a special. Jerry Young gave the message through Tommy. Members of the church attending were Hazel Johnston, Ameta Bentley, Lila Quinn. Birthday cake and punch was served to residents. Clyde Rose began painting the trim of the United Metho- dist Church on Thursday. The First Baptist Church had a large group present for Bible Study and worship ser- vice. Steve Halbrook led the congregation in hymms and joined with Ed Reeve, Ken- neth AirhearL Larry King to sing Blessed Redeemer. Bro. King gave the sermon on prayer. Mr. H.M. Bankston of Ruth Springs is now improving after being quite ill. Mr. Bankston works at Royalls in Malakoff. The American Gospel Sin- gers gave a concert Friday night in Canton. Mrs. Nora Dillard returned home Friday from the At'hens Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Freeman have moved to a Corsicana Nursing home. Rev. and Mrs. George E1- som attended the conference Pastors retreat at Lakeview on Sept. 20-22. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Denton of Seminole visited with old friends Friday. They will be moving to Hillsboro soon. Kristi Miller, Matt Miller, and Blake Miller spent Fri- day and Saturday with their grandparents. Tuesday Bible Study met at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. with seven members present. The meet- ing opened with prayer by Mrs. Steve Land. Mrs. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Mark 10 and closed the meet- ing with prayer. Refresh- ments of chocolate cake squares and coffee were ser- ved. The First Baptist Church held their Fall Revival on Sept. 21. Evangelist Jerry Young and Tommy. Mr. Young is a ventriliquist and Tommy is his instrument in reaching the young children. 10:30 a.m. morning service a noon meal was served. Class- es hosting were the Ruth Class, Mary-Martha Class and the TEL Class. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Mc- Crackin's grandchildren from Dallas visited with them on Sunday. Mrs. Bob Elsom returned home on Sunday from the Navarro Hospital. Mrs. Bama Miller visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daniells in Dallas over the weekend. Many people from the Trinidad area attended the Fish Fry Dinner out at the Red Barn at Log Cabin Estat- es on Saturday night. Denice Loven of Jackson- ville was home over the weekend. Mrs. Fender Johnston re- turned home after a two week visit with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston and son, Joe of Denton. Jaycees Elect Arthur Arnold Arthur Arnold was elected president of the Trinidad Jaycees at a meeting Satur- day night. Serving as vice- president will be Chuck Con- dreay and Ray Kent will be secretary-treasurer. Much of the evening was spent making plans for the upcoming Homecoming cele- bration in Trinidad when the Jaycees will sponsor the an- nual parade and homqcoming dance. Arnold is serving as chair- man of the parade committee and has asked that everyone who plans to enter a float in the parade to contact him. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley War- ren and children moved into the late Skiles home on Scruggs on Saturday. Mrs. Green, of Frost, mo- ther of Mrs, Ronnie Hiler visited Friday and Saturday. Brent returned home with her Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Saund- ers attended the Senior Citi- zens meeting Committee on Aging in Athens Thursday afternoon. It's A Girl Trinidad School Superinten- dent and Mrs. Bob Elsom proudly announce the arrival of their new daughter, Sandi RenaN, born Friday, Sept. 23, 1977 at Navarro County Me- morial Hospital in Corsicana. Sandi weighed 6 lbs., 1 oz. at birth and was 20 inches long. Proud Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Elsom and maternal grandfather is V,W. Bradshaw. Sandi is welcomed by her sister, Sherry, and brothers Brad and Don at home. & CINDI HIGH, standing, was elected president of the freshman class at Trinidad itigh School. Other officers include Shirley Hornbuckle, treasurer; Anna Ochoa, vice-president; and Debbie Terry, secretary. [Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall ] TODAY- FRIDAY-Lucile Banks, Es- tella Ellis, Anna Ruth Jose, Daniel Holmes, Narvall Monday-Corny Dogs, Mus- Thursday-Beef Stew, Maca- Collins, Brenda Neumayer tard, French Fries, Boiled toni with Cheese, Hot Bis- SATURDAY-Carla Beene, Su- Dry Beans, Salad Bowl, cults with Butter, Ice die Mal Haley, Deena Dessert, Milk Cream, Green Salad, Milk Kamp, Mikehal Boggas, Tuesday-Fried Chicken, Gra- Friday-Hamburgers', French Clyde Bannister vy, Mashed Potatoes, But- Fries, Salad Bowl, Peanut SUNDAY- tered Peas, Salad, Dinner Butter Cookies, Milk MONDAY- Rolls with Butter, Dessert, TUESDAY-Jarrel Watt, Ger- Milk trude Stanfield Wednesday-Spaghetti & Meat Help a shut-in. Ask a WEDNESDAY-AI Inmon, Sauce, French Bread with neighbor who is temporarily Jesslyn Warren Butter, Green Salad, Green "grounded" if you can pick String Beans, Cookies, Milk up any groceries for her. The Big Blue Machine By The Annual Staff FHA Sets Big Dinner Plans F.H.A. is in the process of organizing a spaghetti supper the weekend of Trinidad's Homecoming. It will be their first fund-raising project to help on the annual F.F.A. and F.H.A. Banquet. Keep in touch for more information. About Juniors The officers elected to the Junior class were: Randy King, president; Buzz How- ard, Vice President; Carrie Ganis, secretary; Sheri El- som, "treasurer. The Junior Class had their traditional magazine sales and raised $918 of which the Juniors will get 40% SAFETY BOOT HEADQUARTERS Special events were plan- LARGE SELECTION ned each night of the revival. OF, SIZES An ice cream and cake spe- --IN STOCK cial on Sunday night followed the services, youth fellowship on Monday, hot dogs supper for elementary school stu- dents on Tuesday, and an I(IDDV  . . . old-fashioned hymn singing Ten,/St. I I IXD/O MalaKOll on Wed. night. Following the II I _ -- " .4 t' .,:,,. 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