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r ~ffil I I Tbe M~dmff Newa, 11mrmlay, Oct; Z0, lIMI-4~ 6y Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. students and sponsor at= a District Leadership Student meeting on Monday, Oct. 17 in They were sponsor Kent Brent Hller, Paula Clark, Our high Kent Cochran, was for setting up this year's Student Council Workshop, was teaching in Carthage and picture-taking day was held it Trinidad School. These pic- be used in the school annual. and Chiiton Derden returned after a visit to Long to see Chilton's sister, Hoskins, who will be 86 in They reported they had a on the highways going Arizona as bridges and high- Were flooded. Blke-a-Thon benefiting St. Research Hospital was 9 a.m., Oct. 15, with Bama Miller gave the lesson from Micah 3-4. Present were Alice Wright, Gladys Yates, Gertrude Stanfield, Dorothy Harrison, Beula Mae Trotman, Gladys Randall, Ellen Sharp, Cleora Fleming and Edith Young, who gave closing prayer. Refreshments of cake, coffee and tea were served. Rilford Quattlebaum is leading the songs at First Baptist Church. The young adults of the United Methodist Church have begun a study of Revelation on Sunday evening at 6 p.m. followed by a salad dinner. The group also plays volleyball afterwards at the gym. Frances Edgar sang a special, "He Touched Me," accompanied by Gladys Randall. Congratulations to Irma Dickey who has been named as one of the 75 members of State Task Force on In- digent Health Care by Gov. Mark White and Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby. Just want to remind everyone what a Trinidad Booster Club wishes to thank everyone for their donations and for the great success of the chili supper last Thursday night. Pat and Bill Harem and daughter and son-in-law, Leslie and Erwin Stauffer, enjoyed the State Fair on Saturday. John Wright is in Navarre Regional Hospital. If you have any articles that you will give to the Humane Society for members to sell at the flea market, call local number 778-2474. They are really needed. Trinidad High School students en- joyed good food and fellowship after the Friday night home game at Trinidad Community Center, sponsor~ by Lakeside Baptist Church. Bro. Floyd Loven is pastor. The second grade class of I)ebbie Tompson and third grade clmm of Peggy Farmer have been working on a unit of patriotic music and will be presenting a program. mother, Mrs. Annie Lanier, over the weekend. They attended the State Fair on Saturday. Brad Eisom of Lovelady visited over the weekend. Frances Edgar and Gladys Randall attended the State Fair on Tuesday. Margaret French returned home after visiting in Beaumont with her children and granddaughter, Keaton Clark. Oliver and Barbara Berry of Denton were here on Saturday to celebrate their granddaughter Jennifer Thomas's third birthday. The sacrament of baptism to children of Mark and Cindi Moore was given at the Sunday morning service, Oct. 16, at United Methodist Church by Bro. Tim Edwards to Crystal Moore and Marcus Moore. Their grandparents, Houston and Nell, stood with their children and grandchildren during the service. Ruth and Joe Dantel and children of Austin were here over the weekend to Sandra Hiler and Marsha great helpit is to our community for the Mrs. Alice Wright returned home Others helping Bookmobile to come each Tuesday. The from Mother Frances Himpital on worthy event were Georgia Bookmobile would like to have more Thursday after eye surgery. and Mr. Bannister people reading. They do a great job Ceda Freeman will teach an adult going to our area towns, lingerie-making class in the Trinidad THE BEST ' called friends for pledges Velma Rounsavall homemaking cottage starting Oct. 25, 7- at the end of their five participating in the event Davis, Sarah Deaton, Misty Crocker, Jerry Jeffrey Haler. ladies will be going to Nursing Home on Thur- P.m., for their monthly birthday Davis of Bedford was here on the city of Trinidad hearing at the city end of this hearing, the be acted upon by the city ~and A.J, Arrington spent the in San Antonio with their and Ann Black of Tampa, recently with their mother, BlaCk, and attended the ' at A&M University. and Freddie Cude returned Houston on Wednesday attending the funeral of Sterling Deaman, 49, Oct. 12 in Beautiful Savior Church in Houston. Wednesday night Kolaczkowsky of Rock on Sunday afternoon with 'Owens. Ladies Bible Study met in Sharp, with opening by Cleora Fleming and Prayer by Gladys Randall. Ldad Menu OCtober Z4 - October 28 Fish basket, french fries, Vegetable beef stew, rice, milk. ;ay Chili with beans, fries, chilled canned t or drink. - Corny dogs, french fries, Hamburgers, french fries, milk or drink. 9 p.m. All ladies are welcome. Florence and Luther Stanfleld have honored with 70th returned home after spending the summer months at their home in birthday celebration Colorado. Mary Ellen and Milburn Johnston Mrs. Velma Rounsavall was honored returned home on Friday after a on her 70th birthday with a dinner and vacation trip to San Antonio. 42 party Saturday, Oct. 8. Chuck Marceaux of the Preston Road Hosting the celebration was her son School of Preaching in Dallas was the and his family, Johnny and Dale Roun- savall of Baxter. Among those attending were Mrs. Rounsavall's brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Paroline, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lambright and Mrs. Lorene Lam- bright. Members of her family attending in- cluded Johnny and Dale Rounsavall, Shannon, Yancy, Gene and Cherry Lee, Annelle and Ashlea Denison, Jay Pollard, Sue Henry, Barbara and Mike Green, Michael and Robin, Mary and Rick Surratt, Traci and Staci, Ann and Amy Rounsavall. Others attending included Todd Monroe, Brenda Pierce, Charlcie Reynolds, Tommy and Todd Stewart, Glenn and Linda Carnes. Trinidad Elementary Honor Roll First Six Weeks speaker at the Church of Christ Church on Oct. 10. Geri Sullivan of Carrollton visited on Monday with parents. Guests in the home of Bethel and Vernon Kelly this past weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Brownwood; Bill and Kim Kelly of Victoria; Krlstie and Jerry Goines, Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goines, Athens; A1 and Kay Shaw and Exia from Louisiana; and Jim and Kay Robertson and son. Bro. Bates will be conducting a revival Sunday through Friday Oct. 23- 28iPirst Baptist will have their fourth Sunday covered-dish dinner on Oct. 23. On Oct. 31, Sunday school classes pre- school through sixth grade will have a Halloween party and film, "Lost Gold Mine." Prizes will be given for best costumes and games will be played at First Baptist Fellowship Hall. The Malakoff Chapter 1012 of Eastern Star will have a rummage sale on Friday and Saturday at Trinidad Community Center, 9 a.m. Also a bake sale -- hamburgers, coffee for sale. Our sympathy to the family members Grade 4 - A-B: Keri Boler, Kendra of Redney Johnson,15. Calvert, Leah Ferrell, Rodney Prnka, Tonya Sawtelle. Fifth Grade A - James Rainwater. A--B: Esmeralda Valdez. 6th GradeA-B: C~thy Anderson, Carrie Bankston, Krystal Davis, Jason Rolison. 7th Grade A-B: Bart Bates, Suzanne Blanford, Jeffrey Hiler, Timmy Rain- water. 8th Grade A - Elesha Bankston, Robert Bates. A-B: Michael Airheart, Randy Anderson, Shonda Crocker, Cory Jenkins, Angle Miller, Brett Morgan. Byron Jackson has returned home after a vacation trip to New Eogland and Canada through 19 states. He re,Carted a great time. flow Hines of Euless visited with orents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Hines, on nday night. Darel and Betty Terry and daughter, Liz, were in San Saba over the weekend visiting with relatives. Bill and Jolea Miller visited over the weekend in Evant. Ann Jones and daughters, Leslie and Le Ann, of Jacksonville visited with mother, Maxine Green, and grand- IN THE HOUSE... 000 Piiiii~!;: ........ ii i!iiiii!iL!iiii!ii;iiiitliiiiii!ili i/ iiii!i ii!i !i!!i! !!iill !iiiiiiiiiii!iii i!iiiiii!iiii!i!ii]iii!i !ii!!i; iiiiil iii!iiii! When you look at your average cost per day for electricity and then think about all the things electricity does for you, it's easy to see that it's a real good value. On your monthly electric bill, look at the date your meter was last read (Pres. KWH Read. DATE) and then the date it was previously read (Prev. KWH Read. DATE). Count the number of days between the two dates. Divide that number into the amount shown under TOTAL CURRENT Me. BILL. The result is your average cost per day for all the conveniences, comforts and pleasures that elec- tricity makes possible in your home. Electricity... a real good value and one of today's best energy values. TE,.\S l)( & 1 .I( ;I IT ( '( 1 P.,L\'Y see their children, Glenda, Paul and Jennifer Thomas. Deacon of the week at First Baptist was Harold Colvin. Bro. Tim Edwards' sermon was "The Rock and the Hard Place." Scripture was Luke 18:1-8 and Genesis 32. Special music, "Mansion Over the Hilltop," was by Martha Hedman, Margaret Green, Mary Ellen Johnston, Ann Rounsavall and Mondo Ronteria, ac- companied on piano by Nancy Mc- Donald. [ ! Nell Chamberlain, band director of the Garland High School band, will be performing at halftime ceremonies at the Cowboy game on Oct. 23. Nell's daughter, Margo Chamberlain, will be the flag bearer. This is the son-in-law of Pearl and Hollis Hines and grand- daughter, Margo. The Wilson l)Ickerson family reunion will be held at the Peace Officers Building at Lake Athens on Sunday, Oct. 25. Malakoff Insurance Agency *Life *Home *Bonds *Auto *Commercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare 9upplement Policy Malakoff JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 ...IS NOW A lot of luxury that doesn't need a lot of space! This sleek transitional recltnar hugs the wall. Plump tufted back and thick pillow seat make the Wall-Savere ideal for lounging around{ Great comfort! Ik..ittf.I I.=lUw A rocker-recliner that give~u attractive modern styling and incredible comfort! Lean back and watch T.V, read a book or just take a snooze! Massive cushiony pillow back and plumply padded arm rests. l~e luxurious ,,SI~011.1W, CHRISTMAS LAY.AWAY 319 N. Terry DAVIS RED BARN FLIRNI'rLIRE NEXT TO MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 489-0090 Malakcff I II CONSOUDATED REPORT OF CONDITION (including Domestic Subsidiaries) LEGAL TITLE OF BANK InterFirst Bank Malakoff CITY Malakoff STATE BANK NO. ASSETS 2130 b- fv- ............. - .............. .................. CODE Henderson ...... Texas 75148 tFEDERAL RESERVE DIST. NO. CLOSE OF BUSINESS DATE 11. 09-31-83 1. Cash and due from banks ...................................................................... 1 2 Due from other depositories and all cash items in the process of colleutlort ........................... 2 3. U.S. Treasury ncurltlas ............................................... . ..................... .. 3 4. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations ................................... 4 . Obligations of States and political subdivisions in the United States ................................. 5 All other securities ............................................................................ e 71 Federal funds sold and securltlas purchased ~R~J' agreements to resell ............................. ~ 7 8. Total loans (including overdrafts totaling $._ ~.:,=r= ) (From Schedule A, Item 8) ................. ~2_.2_~ 8 9. Lease financing receivables ................................................................... g 10. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ................... 777~ 10 11. Real estate owned other than bank pramlses .......................................... i .......... ~ 11 12. Letters of credit and customers' liability on acceptances outstanding ............................... 12 13. All other assets ............ ~ ................................................................. 1:3 14. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thcu 13) ......................................................... 14 LIABILITIES : 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 15 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and. corporations ........ .................. 16 17. Deposits of United States Government ......................................................... i 17 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions in the United States ..................... ~ ~, e. Deposits oi the State of Taxu ............................................................ L 447 I 18 19. Due to banks ................................................... ~ .[ 19lea 20. All other deposits ....................................... " .............. f , .......................... , 20 21. Certt lad and officers checks ................................ L 21 22. Total Deposits (sum of items 15 thru 21) ..................................................... . I 22 s Totaldemand deposits ..................................... ................. t~ _~ou ,~ b. Total time snd savings deposits ............................................... ~ .... j._ ..... ~ 22a 22b 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .............. I 3..i600__j 23 24. Interest-bearing demand notes issued to the U.S Treasury and ................... r'--"'-~-~ ....... other liabilit as for borrowed money ......................................... ~---"---'.__~--No-ne~ 24 25. Mortgage indebtedness for which the bank is directly Ilab e .. ~"~ Nn~ 25 26. Unearned discount on loans ..................... " .............................. ~'~-=-'t= o o~ ~ 26. 27. 27 A other ab tea ~~6-~ "=. Letters of credit and acceptances outstanding .............. ii' i iiiii ', i'.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'.iiiiiii i~~ TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures)(sum of items 22 thru 28) ~---~0_._~ 28 29 ....-30t" Subord nated not.s and d.b.ntur.s .. ] ] ] ] '. ] ] ] ] ] i ] '. ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] i ] ] ] ] i ] ] i [ [ ] ]".......... ~i~r'~4/ At owance for pose b e can and nyestment oases... ~.,r~L ~ 1" E.._QQUITY~ C.. A P.IT._AAL i ....! 32. Common stock(No, of shares OUtstanding ~ ) ~ 1 33 Certified surplus ....................... - ........................................... I ' 290 i 32 34. Undivided profits ................................. " .................... ~ .................... , 33 35. Unterrified surplus, reserve for contingencies and other'clal;iia; ;eserv'e'~" ............................ 472 ,~ 34 36. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 35) ..... - ............................ 2 ~)~e 't 35 TOTAL UAB,LmES AND EQUlW CAP,TAL isum of t.ms a 3i ........................... 32'47; J NOTE; This report must be slgne~ by an authorized offloef and stinted by not less than three dttlctore othe, than the officer signing the report, I; the undwrsignld offlcM, do INlay declare that this Report of Conoltlon (including the supportlr~ schedules) hal been preparIKl in conformenol with the in. I'rUcttonl and il true to rill bill of my knowtedga ind Nltat. SIGNATURE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT AREA CODE/TELEPHONE I~1"()~ .... DATE SIGNED NAME A'ND TITLE.OFFICER ~RIZED TO SIGN REPORT Wa the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this Reporl of Con- dition (iniudlng the aupportin0 Ichedulsl) and cleclsre that it has been SX- Eva J. Npi~ht, V~ce President imlnod by uS end to the best of our knowledge and belief hsa bnen prs- psred In conformance with ths Inatructlons snd IS true and correct. ('K~'"K'O" -- --~~Of'~ "~ ...... 'S " / State ot 'rexa~ " " Henderso C/ 7: 4