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f and Mrs. Ra Chiles in Carbon last Tues. neice. Bennie Miller attend- International Conven- [ Phi Sigma Alpha at Hotel in Hous- weekend. Georgia Reeves of Mr. and Mrs. !Stanfield of Saturday. BWomen were in charge Laity Service on evening 6:00 p.m. 10, at the United Church. Mrs. Jr. gave the Opening prayer- French, Mrs. Fleming Jr. lead the with Mrs. Milburn at piano, Mrs. gave the prayer; were given W.C. Fleming Jr. prayer. Mrs. took up the Scripture was read 1-14 by Mrs. Wallace. The sermon by Mrs. Bama altar prayer and prayer by Mrs. Nell Otis Stanfield, Mrs. Jr. were in on Tuesday. guests in the Mr. and Mrs. J.C. were their children, Mrs. Bob Farris, of Athens. Mrs. Charles Lee family of Mesquite Don Wilbanks of Tatum and Mr. J.W. Parks of Mrs. Alvin Maya, Mike of Lufkin their parents, Mr. Kenneth Maya. D.L. Swain had visiting Sunday. Mrs. Jim Will- the 50th r of Mr. and Mrs. former Trini- Mrs. Mike Daven- with Mr. and Williams. James Parks visited with Mr. and the J.C. Joel finch Trinidad News iJ Wins Top By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Cheatwood and Haven visited with Mrs. Clint Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johns- ton visited in Nacogdoches. Mrs. C.S. Baker and Mrs. Jess Campbell. Jr. High played Oakwood Thursday night at Trojan field. The score ended 0-0. Jr. Varsity game followed with the Varsity losing 28-0. On Friday night the Tro- jans suffered a defeat of 28-0. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stanfield visited with their childreh in Palestine Mon- day night. Mr." and Mrs. Cecil Wallace visited with children and attended the A&M Texas Tech game on Sat. Mrs. Bama Miller was the Laity speaker for United Methodist Church evening services. Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and daughters of Spring visited with their parents Sat. and Sunday. Budget Approved A $203,065 balanced bud- get was approved by the Trinidad City Council mem- bers in last council meeting. The City approved the paying of a $9,200 water bill to Tarrant County for water the city receives for Lake Trinidad from Cedar Creek Lake. It's A Boy Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Mc- Clintock proudly announce the arrival of a new son, James Kelley McClintock, 8 pounds, 5 ounces, born Wed. Oct. 6th, 6:21 a.m. at Navarro Memorial Hospital, Corsicana, Texas. Grand- parents are: Mr and Mrs. Glover McClintock, Trinidad Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crouch Malakoff; Mrs. J.W. Spen- cer, Sinton, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Crouch, Palestine; Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Wheat, Ranger. Trinidad High School De- bate team attended a meet at Nacogdoches on Sat. Mem- bers attending were Dennis Parker Randy King, Sherri the weekend. :ElsSm, ScoOt Williams. Mrs. Bob Miller Their sponsor is Mrs. Karen of Longview Asklock. with their Tuesday Bible Study Group met in the home of Mrs. Hollis Hines Mrs T.H. Stanfield with 16 children in members present. Announcements and wel- and Mrs. Bobby come by Mrs. Fleming. and children Welcoming new member Dallas Saturday Dianne Cares. Prayer by with Mrs. Mairie Wallace, Mrs. Bama Miller gave the lesson and and Mrs. Tommy discussion with closing prayer by Mrs. George Proven Uhrich. FETY r and Mrs. Bill Free- man and Charlie visited with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Tucker Sunday. Bill Miller, Herb Saunders, offering; Houston Moore, scripture lesson; Mary Ellen Johnston, special music, and Willis Moore, Athens attorney, sermon. Mark Hines of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cranford of Tyler visited with grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chil- ton Derden on Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynn Davis daughters, Crystal, LaCost of Conroe visited with parents over weekend. It's A Girl Billy and Robin Flippo wish to announce the arrival of their beautiful baby daughter, Felecia Renee', born Oct. 4, at 9:13 at Memorial hospital in Athens She weighed 7 Lbs. and is 20 inches long. Felecia is the first grandchild of Mrs. Willie Johnson of Tool and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Minton of Athens, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Flippo, St. of Craig, Colo. Felecia is also wel- comed by one aunt, Cyrena Johnson of Tool and one uncle, Rickey Flippo of Athens, also her great- grandmothers, Mrs. Gertie Johnson of Trinidad, Mrs. Bonnie Cox Price of Athens and great-grandfather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Green Flippo of Columbus, Miss. Calvary WMA The meeting of Sept. 29th was called to order with seven ladies present. Prayer request were made and Mar- garet Williams led in open- ing prayer. The devotion was brought by Jean Haley on Unity from Romans 15:1-6. The ladies will host a Halloween Tacky Party Oct. llth from 7 to 9 in the Fellowship Hall and invite all to come for fun, games and good Christian Fellow- ship. A prize for the tackiest will be given. Dismissal prayer was given by Edith Robinson. Trinidad Beef Award Stocked With Channel Cats Trinidad Lake was stock- ed with 164 pounds of blue channel catfish last Friday, according to city secretary Ann Rounsavall. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department releas- ed some 700 (f the blue channel cats in the lake, some of them weighting up to a pound and a half, she said. She indicated stocking Sizes 8-12 looking at a pair most long-lasting, work boots Texas Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. at- tended County Farm Bureau dinner Thursday evening at HCJC Student Building. ler visited with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drennan on weekend. designated for Laity Sunday services at First Church in Trinidad. Other participants include Bobby Rounsavall, scripture reading; morning Derdon, announcements; Wallace,__ II For Call Out Orders 489-1895 EGINNING WEEKLY FAMILY SPECIALS THRUSDAY-Chieken 5 e. M. To 10 a.M. Spaghetti, Peas/Carrots, This Week Fruit Salad, Hot Roils, Milk. FRIDAY-Chili Dog, Boil- ed Beans, Salad, Dessert, and Milk. ..... I Ill I BOAT STALLS | For Rent-- Free Launch | Star Harbor Marina | Open 11 to dark I Except Mon. 489-1575 I Cattle and hard work have earned for Joel Finch, a Henderson County 4-H member, the top award in the 4-H Beef Program in Texas. State 4-H officials at Texas A&M UniversiW announce that Joel will receive an expense-paid trip to the National 4-H Con- cress in Chicago, November 28-December 2 if he wins on the national level. The National 4-H Service Com- mittee is providing six trips to the Congress along with six scholarships of $800.00 each. Joel's state-winning record book will be entered in national competition. His most outstanding awards include the 1975 Gold Star Boy Award and placing second in the Junior Beef Symposium at the 1975 State 4-H Roundup. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Gayle L. Finch of Route 1, Athens, Joel is a member of the Pioneer 4-H Club and  Reminiscence w.o ARE THEY?-- ']'he WUma Deem Jackson of above photo of a congenial Malakoff. Theseven girls are ::::: group of Malakoff girls was unidentified, but apparently i:i:i passed on to us by Mrs. the photo dates back to !iii Ralph W. Young of Hobbs, around or prior to 1930. Can :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: N. Mexico, the former anyone help identify them? Miss Debbie Zillhart has been active in 4-H Honoree At Showers activities for seven years. The 16-year old has been Miss Debbie Zillhart, bride-elect of Clay Hinten McGee was honoree of sever- al showers recently. On Sept. 27, she was honored with a kitchen shower in the home of Mrs. Myrtle McGee. Punch, cake, nuts and mints were served to guests by friends of the bride-elect. Many nice and useful gifts were presented. On Sept. 28, a personal shower was hosted by Mrs. Christine Phinney at her home on Highway 31. Present was the honoree and her mother Mrs. Bennett, Cathy Phinney, Carol Dur- mon and Susie Sumrall. After opening the gifts, cake and punch was serveo and rice bags were made for the wedding. On Oct. 5, she was honor- ed with a general wedding shower in the home of her sister, Susie Sumrall, where she was again showered with gifts. The bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Wilma Bennett and her great-uncle, Theo- dore Rice, were among the many guests. Cake, coffee and tea were served. Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For ....... tmseor Sale RADIO--EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C. M. 11nney, Owner Dial 675.2269 in Athens high point individual at this year's county fair and has exhibited champion and re- serve champion steers at the Mabank and Henderson County Livestock Show. He received the Elsie Rosson Appreciation Award at the county shows in 1974 and 1975 and was presented a special plaque by the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association for "Outstanding Contributions to the Texas 4-H Beef Cattle Program." Joel has also won awards with his seven-year swine project and has judged swine showmanship at the Kauf- man livestock show. He has also competed at the State 4-H Dog Show. Joel had an article pub- lished in his local paper on the expansion of 4-H pro- jeers in the area and has competed in public speaking at the district level. In addition to beef and swine, he has conducted projects in veterinary science, dog care, horticul- ture, public speaking and foods. The junior at Athens High School is active in the Future Farmers of America, and parlimentarian on the Student Council. Joel plans to enroll at Texas A&M to study veteri- nary medicine. "Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses." Confucius Gilmore-Freeman Reunion Held The Gilmore-Freeman family held its annual re union at Maypearl last Sat- urday and Sunday. Descendants of William Joseph and Margaret Rodgers Gilmore meet their Freeman cousins here every year on the first weekend in October. The Gilmores were Ellis County pioneers. They settled near Ozro, Auburn, and Oak Branch in the 1850's. The Freemans are descen- dants of William Martin and Clarinda Allred Freeman, also early Ellis County settlers. Arrangements for the meeting this year were made by Mr. and Mrs. Vern Gilmore of May and Chester Gilmore of Malakoff. Ar- rangements next year will be made by Mr. and Mrs. Billings Barnard of Irving and Rev. Freeman Pearson of Greenville. Mr. Barnard is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dan Billings of Malakoff. THE REST OF YOUR LIFE--STARTS TODAY isn't it great to wake up each morning feeling good and read)* to take on the day? Sure it is! So increasg your chances for a long and healthy life by scheduling yourself for an annual physical check-up. The rest of )our life depends on it. Most an) illne,s your physician ma) possibly find Is treatable and of course hen trouble is spotted early our chances are a great deal better fo receryl our pilarmacy, dispensing medicines doctor prcribes, is glad lo be a part ofhelpin live a healthier life. "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with their prescriptions, health needs and other pharmacy products. We eonslder this trust a privilege and a duty. May we be your personal family pharmacy?" Plmne 489-1909 00alakoff PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Marlin Perkins, R.Ph., Owner 129 N. Terry Maloff Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Stan- (0 field, Mrs. Cecil Wallace, with other fish is also O) /0|r - -,-- O(J , " 0 TO Mrs. v.c. Fleming Jr. at- planned in the near future. ende( the Henderson FOLIO% ARE 0 g0/gM) ount, Farm Bureau dinner One Way Set _:: ;_-- ANO f#,Et4PLy y rhurs lay evening at HCJC ----- (= --. ,tu,e: Around Darrell Drennan of Chand- er visited with parents, Mr. Trinidad School md Mrs. Dave Drennan on eekend. Trinidad school officials Laity Sunday o disclosed this week that one-way traffic will be insti- Jim Williams has bee tuted around the school to worship leader relieve congestion. , Sunday services at Eaton Street will be one- United Methodist way East, and Carpenter Trinidad. Street will be one-way West. Licipants include McIntyre Street remains nsavall, scripture open as a two-way street. prayer;Otis Stanfield,chilton ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::_ 2"/ PRouD_ 7" /-/AVE hill E;  '"' ...... "=-=. welcome and Ceci I ili Trinidad Menu 00c,ctnv,r a00,r. .... I Menu for Oct. 18 tln'u Oct. --]'/tlf// ) Meat Sauce, Green Beans, Garden Salad, C. Cake, e. !i TUESDAY.Beef Patties, Gravy, Snowflake Potatoes, Green Lima Beans, Bread, Cookies, and Milk. WEDNESDAY-Ham- burgers, French Fries, Salad Bowl, CatsupMuatard, Ice Cream and Milk. [ITIZEN5 5TATE B00qlK You Can Bank On Us 489-0530 FLAVOR SUNDAE