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8A__ ko fine_ ws!Thu._ day,Oc_t-l , 1 _1 .......... Home of the Trinity River Jamboree Trinidad Chamber Trinidad United Methodist Church will Fleming or James McDaniel. Nelda meeting opened with a welcome be preaching homecoming service Arnold will line up the homecoming followed by prayer by Vivian Black. ( sets Saturday sale Trinidad Chamber of Commerce members will be having a bake sale Saturday, Oct. 17th at 8:30 a.m. in front of Barksdale Food Mart. Buy your cakes for homecoming weekend. Buford Finley, former pastor of Sunday, Oct. 18. A covered dish dinner will follow the morning sevices. Everyone is invited. On Saturday, Oct. 17, there will be a homecoming parade at 2 p.m. We would like for you to enter a float. Won't you help us make this the best parade ever? Please contact committee members John Sandi Bankston Cleora parade. Meeting closed with prayer by Kathy Prnka. A gift was presented from the Ladies Bible Stu, j group to Verna for her new home. Those present were Loni Williams, On Tuesday morning at 9:30, the Bobble Engle, Ellen Sharp, Gertrude Ladies Bible Study met in the lovely Stanfield, Marion Williams, Vivian new home of Verna Elsom for study and Black, Myrtle Cude, Bama Miller, discussion by Leader Bama Miller, Gladys Yates, Alice Wright, Janie from Hebrews, Chapter 11. The Carter, Leona Warren, Kathy Prnka, Sandi Elsom, Gladys Randall, Cleora Fleming, and the hostess, Verna Elsom. Refreshments of sandwiches, chips, dips, Jello, cookies, coffee, and tea were served to the guests. Everyone enjoyed a tour of the Eisom's new home. The United Methodist Church l,y Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. 2-Piece Sectional Queen-Size Bed The graduating classes of 1931, 1941, their son, Larry Stanfleld, 1951, 1961 and 1971 will be honored at the 10. Trinidad Homecoming. We think all ex- Gaylon and ;helia Includes a two arm sofa plus a one arm section that converts into a queen size bed. Beige and gold Herculon upholstery. Next to Malakeff Prescription Shoppe 319 N. Terr Malakoff 489'0090 graduates will enjoy sharing old times with former classmates. We hope you have already made plans to be a part of our homecoming this year. The school and town feel the activities will not be family were tended this year's pla. "Paint Your Wagon," out the entire four-day attended complete without your presence.A film "Ei We take great pride in presenting night what we believe to be the best There were around 73 homecoming celebration yet. Among at the WMU Annual the events planned for the weekend: Meeting Thursday at Thursday, Oct. lb at 6:30 p.m., bonfire the ladies reported a good and pep rally at Trojan Field; Friday, Tall Boy Clark is Oct. 16 at 6 p.m., crowning of Miss after being in Park Trojan prior to the kick-off of the Home inAthens. Trinidad-Mildred football game, which The Junior High Trojans Beautiful Crossandra: In Bloom Reg. $4.95 African Violets. Reg. $2.95 In Bloom Reg. $4,95 5 Colors Reg. $4.95 NOW ......... members have begun saving aluminum begins at 7 p.m. cans and TV dinner trays with the Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Ridens' children, hopes of raising money to buy a van for the Baileys of Houston, visited last our church. If you will help us, please weekend. bring your cans in sealed bags to the Hazel and Alex Johnston returned in home Saturday after visiting church. With your help, our church will Jacksonville and Nacogdoches with have a van. Mr. and Mrs. Prentice HarrisonHazel's sisters. Maggie Baker returned visited in Fort Worth Tuesday and home withthem. Wednesday with Fern Denny. The City Cleaners has reopened and Tommy and Gertrude Stanfleld the Gunnels are back working as hard returned home last Monday evening as ever. after enjoying an 18-day tour of New Chamber holds meet England and Canada. Ozie Land spent Thursday through The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce Sunday with her daughter, Jeanie met Monday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. for the Ludwig, in Carrollton. monthly meeting. David Burton gave a Among those from Trinidad at- welcome and called the meeting to tending the funeral of GeorgeLorder. Larry Don Estes will be chair- Holloway, 74, of Malakoff, in the man of the 1982 Trinity River Jamboree Paschal Funeral Home on Friday af- and the date will be the third Saturday ternoon were Harden and Odessain September. Airheart, Jack and Ann Jones, Harold A membership drive is on for new 2 Pieces You Haul! Thursday night ball Field 12-0. Making touchdowns team were Stac3' Gobbas with the Brent Hiler, and The team has WAyne Warren with an uncle who is { Dora Peebles and tended a workshop Tyler on Saturday at They reported a nice day. It was Laity sunday Methodist Church service in charge of greetings, scripture reading Fleming gave the the Lord's Prayer; gave the children's Smith gave the organist was Minnie and Otis Stanfield. members for the Chamber. A bake sale At the Laity evening David Burton, Chamber president will be held on Saturday, Oct. 17at8:30 Methodist, Bama and Dick Sharp were in Dallas to buy a.m. Progress in study and survey has evening message witt furniture for the doctor's office. The 16 been done on the city park. Reports the singing; chairs and desk were bought as a were made by committee members. It the piano; Alice Chamber project, is the expectations of Dr. John Sautelle opening prayer; Marion closing prayer. The members of the Joel Ardoin to come down for Saturday practice family wish to express their ap- before long. The office is being painted. preciation and thanks to everyone for Jack and Sue Fitzgerald of Tatum their prayers, cards and kindness while were here Saturday and Sunday to visit their daughter, Lisa, was in Athens their friends, Milburn and Mary Ellen hospital and then went to Baylor for Johnston. The Fitzgeralds and John- further heart tests. It was found that Storm has made two vacation tours IAsa has had a heart defect since birth, together. and it is OK. All the doctors want her to Otis and Juanita Stanfield were in do is gain 10pounds. , Beaumont to attend the wedding of RO 'ALL-i S'LI " '" " NRANCEAGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp See... Sue Barnett 489-0520 Malakof.f 510 W. Royall Blvd. Harold Colvin is back al shop after taking a hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs. home last Tuesday to West Texas. Melissa Edwards preacher's wives meeting on Saturday. Melis Finley of Bryan, who with husband, Methodist Homecoming 18. Mag Ridgway was in Sunday for a visit with her to visit with family sister-in-law, Bonnie whose funeral was MondaY, Bro. Victor Paul was on Sunday evening Church. A time sandwiches following the evening 1 (Base, L, G L) Reg. $123.99 Each (GLX, GT) 4r tulips Reg. $1.99 Now .......... Reg. 19 NOW ....... Dwf. Chinese Holly Dwf. Burford Holly Burford Holly Willow Leaf Holly Wintergreen Jap. Boxwood Wax Leaf reg. Sl.CF) Asian Jasmine Nandina Oleander i reg. Windmill Palm , Var. Privet ." "! b-t 213 Cayuga Drive, Athens, Texas 675-4402 Malakoff phone 489.0506 303 W. Royall Blvd. Malakoff, Texas