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• I Home of the The Malako News, Thurs y, Oct. 1, IMI--0A a Trinity River Jamboree by Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. celebrated her 40th party and dinner of her mother, Jerri ,. 25. Pleasant was funeral of Clyde Rose and of Richardson visited y* visited with grand- Sharps, this past Harriet and Wayne picked up Melissa on Church has new the architectural the church building by covenant is New additions to the been Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. James McDaniel Jr. (by Howard Whitley (by Church had a and family night at 26 at 7 p.m. and Mary Nell Gray with Sandy, Keaton Clark and in the John Sautelie and Tena and Kristi, of here over the weekend and Ellen Sharp and records of the late Dr. Willard Currey were in after•on to visit their who was in Baylor having surgery on a ,lor is nine celebrated his ninth Sept. 26 with a Eleven of his the happy occasion. were sister Jackie, Cleo Taylor, Georgia Earl Wilkinson of Key the meeting in Fort Stroke Club. 6: 30 a.m. there breakfast at fellowship Church with Jim real. the of Mrs. morning in and Mrs. Otis Stan- David Burton, entered Navarro on Monday for eye in the home of the and Chilton Derdens Hines of Shreveport, and fiance Michael Mona Craig, Ashley and Margaret Cham- Marci and Margo, ander Bos and daughter, Shreveport, La. 18 to see Hollis Hines, Saudi Arabia. He duty with the The Hineses over the Hines, who will join Hollis Jr. at a later date. Margaret French returned home last Tuesday after being in Beaumont babysitting with Keation while her mother, Sandy Clark, was in Chicago on a law case. Cude Reunion held The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the late Jesse and Josie Cude met in Houston at the home of JoAnn and •dell Cude Sept. 11- 12 for a family reunion. Those in at- tendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ottis R. Cude, Clarksville, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cude and daughters, Greenville, Texas; Vauda Cude of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Cuds, Trinidad; Mrs. Ruth Cude, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Cude and three daughters, Alba; Flonn/e Rainwater, Malakoff; Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cude, Houston; Rev. and Mrs. Pete, Terrell; Mrs. Gearldene Flanagan; Mrs. Ruby Reynolds, Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Seamayer and three daughters, Duncanville; Mrs. Pat Kuhn and boys, Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flanagan and son, Houston; Mr. Chuck Richter, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Kuhn, Huntsville; Miss Inez Cude, Houston; Mr. Earl Cude, Houston; Mrs. Naomi McMullen, Porter, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Flanagan, Houston; and Mr. Gene Smith. Everyone had a great time. Edith Roberson has returned l~ome aRer a week and a half visit in Waco with sister Jan Reeve. While there Edith got in some fall shopping. Our sympathy to nextdoor neighbor J• Rose in the death of husband, Clyde Rose, 59, on Saturday, Sept. 26, at Navarro County Memorial Hospital. Clyde was a member of the United Methodist Church, had lived in Trinidad 11 years and was a veteran of World War II in the U.S. Air Force. Funeral services were held Sunday, Sept. 27 at 3 p.m. at the United Methodist Church with the Rev. Tim Edwards officiating. Survivors are his wife, J• Rose of Trinidad; stepdaughter, Minnie LaValle, Star Harbor; father, John Trinidad, Bobble Engle of Trinity River Lodge, who is moving back to California, and Suzane Miller and Morgan Miller who are moving to Ennis. Those present were Marian Williams, Beula Mae Trotman, Alice Wright, Bobble Engle, Janie Carter, Cleora Fleming, Vivian Black, Jewel Uhrich, Leona Warren, Gladys Yates, Gladys Randall, Myrtle Cude, Edith Young, Dorothy Harrison, Suzane Miller, Morgan Miller, Bama Miller, Bulah Baker. The hostess, Ellen Sharp, served chips, dips, coffee, punch and pound cake. Mrs. Cleda Freeman and Mrs. Verna Bergstrom were in Arkansas visiting with relatives over the weekend. Trinidad Trojan YMCA flag football team played the Malakoff Tigers on Saturday, Sept. 26 and Trinidad won the game by a score of 14-0. Ryan Renteria made a score, also Jeffrey Boggas and Ricky Stanfield made extra voints. Many relatives and friends were here for the funeral of Clyde Rose. It's a Girl! Paul and Sue Butler proudly an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Kathleen Elizabeth Butler (Katie). Katie was born at 4:21 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11 at Navarro County Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs., 3 oz. and was 26½ inches long. Her big brother is Kevin Lane Condreay. He is 4% years old. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Doris Setzer of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. James Seizer of Athens, and Mr. Burton Lane Butler of Corsicana. Nubbin and Cleora Felrning attended a Dodd Travelers dinner at Wyatt's Cafeteria in Tyler on Saturday and visited with Helen and Joe Bob Plunkett. These were friends who took the Pacific Northwest trip in June. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanfield and Daniel of Granbury visited with relatives on Saturday. Maxine Green, Annie Lanier and Frances Moorehead visited in Waxahachie this past week. Margarett's Garden and Flower Shop gave the shrubs and Doc Keesee did the landscaping at the front of the Church Rose, Corsicana; three brothers, of Christ building on Scruggs Street. Wayne Rose of Dallas, W.A. Rose of Congratulations to Bro. Oscar and wife, Mae Brantley, who are the proud Ennis and Ray Rose of Corsicana; three sisters, Eloise Page of Pasadena, great-grandparents of a baby girl, Sandi Nicole, born at 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at Joyce St. Area of Arlington and.Shirley Baylor Hospital in Dallas. Sandi is the Ray of Ennis. Burial was in Trinidad City daughter of Robin and Barak and Robin Cemetery. Pallbearers were W.C. is the daughter of Charles and Julie Fleming Jr., Larry Estes, Bobby Brantley. Congratulations to James Ball who is Roansavall, Curtis Moore, Roy Stan- retiring from Mobil Oil Company later field, Don Bichell and Mondo Renteria. this year and has moved to their lake un Thursday and Friday, Frank home fromDallas. Antley and workers were laying out a I celebrated my birthday Sunday, marching field for the Trojan Band Sept. 27. I have made my 60th year and back of the high school building. I feel great and hope I have many more Tuesday Bible Study years. It was Promotion Sunday at United The Ladies' Bible Study met Tuesday Methodist Church Sept. 27 with Ann at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Ellen Sharp. Rounsavall presenting certificates to Cleora Fleming gave the welcome and the following: Kindergarten -- Mary introduction of new member, Bulah Ann Stanfield, Keith Johnson Cameron Baker of Key Ranch, followed by Warren and Megan Johnston. prayer by Gladys Yates. Bama Miller Primary--Misty Frazier, Chris gave the lesson and discussions from Frazier, Melissa Renteria, and Jed Hebrews, Chapter 10. Closing prayer Johnson. Elementary: Chad Roun- was by Vivian Black. A special word of savall, Ricky Stanfield, Ryan Renteria, appreciation was given by Cleora to the Marie Bichell, Tommy Ardion, Brian two members who are leaving Hiler, Jeffery Hiler, Joshua Arm- strong, and Steven Burkhalter. Receiving three months attendance awards were Ricky Stanfield and Mary Ann Stanfield. Nine month and one year awards went to Megan Johnson, Jed Johnson and Chad Rounsavall. Teachers are kindergarten - Minnie LaValle; primary - Ann Rounsavall; elementary - Shelia and Gaylon John- son. Also recognized was Brent Hiler for his work with the elementary group and Amy Rounsavall for her work in the nursery. Three songs were sung by the group in the Sunday morning service. "Wise Man," "If You Are Happy, You Know It," and" Father Abraham." Homecoming will be Friday, Oct. 16 with a parade Saturday and other activities. I will print the names of class members of classes of 1931, 1941, 1951, 1961, 1971 in October. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. at- tended the American Cancer Board appreciation dinner on Tuesday evening, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Family Life Center of the Fist Baptist Church in Athens. There were 33 people present to hear the president, Richard Smith, express his appreciation to the volunteer workers for this past year's work. Trinidad Menu Oct. 5-9 Monday-chili dogs, tater tots, baked beans, chilled fruit, milk Tuesday-dinner steaks, mashed potatoes, cut green beans, cake, hot rolls, butter, milk Wednesday-vegetable soup, crackers, sandwiches, cookies, milk Thursday-chilimac, french fries, green peas, hot rolls, butter, fruit, milk Friday-hamburgers, salad, french fries, baked beans, jell•, milk There are approximately 21 times as many cattle in Argentina as there are people. Bricks Cracked? Sills Rotten? 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