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- The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 2~, 1981--9A ,me of the ~i a a Trinity River Jamboree 6y Mrs. W. C. eming, Jr. weekend in Trinidad a large crowd evening activities. rally was held at at 3 p.m. pep rally and Field Thursday decorated-door announced by Mr. Me- the sophomore will be a coke party. went to the semor class. jobs on design. They worked spent a lot of time, for the spirit of everyone could have classroom. football team worked as. COuld to win on Saturday homecoming crowd but to score. The Mildred is out with a knee reception for ex-students held after the game in library. Cokes, coffee by the homemaking to the large group visiting and album on . in Trinidad School enjoyed. Those distance were : of Harlem, Ga., quinn Jr. and wife, Jerri, / Ga. and participants in ...... Saturday were ex- Chamber money-raiser Saturday was a great made, which will be office furniture. James Tedford of with mother, Mrs. Wall and daughter, , visited with mother, weekend. High Trojan football by Larry Cumby, keep wins after traveling to Oct. 15. The team boy a chance to play. Mildred Eagles, making touchdowns also PAT; Kelvin quarterback Brent two PATS, Michael were made James Stanton. All are playing a good We are quite proud coach. of LaPorte was home hear from your old of the Trinidad that Mrs. Lola B. and now living in daughter, Claudia a nursing home cataracts and 6. She would be any of her friends in Lola B. Cook, 1328 Road, Dallas, TX 75224. her 90th birthday a lovely party given Johnston and Maggie visited Thur- with sister, Carrie the night at Hazel's and Mrs. Dick Demon of /. McGee of Tyler parents Saturday McGee, Mrs. Louise and Mr. attended the MCGee and Louis Lee 17 at the I-lighiand Church in the granddaughter of McCrackln and Mrs. Buford Finley and of Bryan spent with the Ken of Austin visited the weekend. team played a Saturday. The Picky Stanfleld Rounsavall made is playing with a ~ ~. ~:~ i,~ ! / TRINIDAD SENIORS Mlehelle Fugate and Deborah Shedd added what they could to "Crazy Day" at school inpt week. The day was set as a spirit builder prior to Homecoming. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Homecoming guests in the home of Alpine Holcomb were Louise King Davis of Sargent and MaRie Brown of Port Mansfield. The Dorcas class members of the The ladies from the Church of Christ had a Bible study last Tuesday af- ternoon at Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Mrs. Edith Young and Mrs. Gladys Randall attended the annual Henderson County Baptist Association meeting Tuesday aflternoon at Cedar Creek Baptist Church. They served as delegates from First Baptist Trinidad. Attending the evening service from Trinidad were Bro. and Mrs. Danny Boler and Mrs. Robert Rozell. Here visiting over homecoming weekend in the home of Mrs. Pearl Yates were her children, Elsa Delores Yates and daughter, Denise, of Conroe. Bobby and Ann Cargill and daughter, Bobbi, visited with her parents. The lovely green pot plants were placed in the United Methodist Church by Jo Rose on homecoming Sunday. New members at First Baptist are Mr. and Mrs. Kelth Smith and daughter, Shannon, who live on Lynn Street. John and Dell Carmichell of Mineola visited with the W.B. Jacksons. Pat Harem and daughter, Leslie, of Devers visited with parents, Claud and Lorene Jackson, homecoming weekend. The retired employees and wives of Lone Star Gas Co. and Enserch met Saturday, Oct. I0 for their yearly covered-dish lunch. There were 28 resent from Mineral Wells, Longvlew, acona, Tyler, Athens, Corsicana, Kerens, Malakoff and Trinidad. A good time was had by all. The family of Clyde Rose wishes to thank their friends for flowers, memorials, cards, prayers and delicious food in the passing of their loved one. May God bless you. Dick and Ellen Sharp spent Thursday evening with Frank and Linda Up- church and family at Cross Roads. Ann and Jack Jones of Kerens visited with the Harden Airhearts on Saturday. Deanna Tart and son, David, visited this week with her parents. Glenda Thomas and daughter, Larry, Judy and Misty Story of Fort Worth and Kay and Jennifer Carter of Henderson visited with parents, Alice and Jim Gaston. Mlckey and Faye Heryla of Dallas attended homecoming Friday evening and visited with Mrs. COy Houghton and relatives. Visiting their parents, Odessa and Harden Alrbeart, were Mike, Gloria, Brandy and Gina of Grnnbury and Cookie, Steve and Kourtnie Alrbeart. Mrs. Jim Williams, Mellnda Watson and daughter, Klrn Monroe, attended the wedding of Kay Williams, daughter of Harry and Ann Williams. The wedding of Kay and Dana Tameauses was 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17 at the First United Methodist Church. Dr. Charles Williams officiated. Calvary Baptist Church members and pastor, Bro. Bill Watson, held their regular monthly Sunday services at 2 p.m. at Cedar Creek Nursing Home. Calvary Baptist Church will begin its revival Oct. Z%31. Bro. Bobby Parker will be the evangelist. Our sympathy goes to the family of Edward Hobbson Meads, 65, who died suddenly Oct. 15 at Ms home on Peach Street, Trinidad. Survivors include his wife, Irene Meads; eight children, Buddy Meads, Larry Meads and Johnny Meads, all of Tampa, Fla., Milton Meads of Alabama, Mary Jones, Ernest Meads and Clifton Meads, all of Trinidad, and Betty Parker of Dallas; 28 grandchildren and nine great-grand- children. Granddaughter Susie and great- granddaughter Heather attended church with grandparents, Hollis and Pearl Hines and enjoyed the homecoming service. Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. attended the Cancer board meeting Wednesday noon. Richard Smith presided over the meeting. Our staff director has resigned and District 21 will be getting a new field worker, Betty Vaughn. The flowers were placed in First Baptist Church by Mrs. Claude Jennifer, returned home after vlsting in Thompson in memory of her mother Austin her with parents, and father. Dick and Ellen Sharp's children, Curtis and Marie Riggs have Dana, Cathy Sharp, Neff, Ryan and returued home from Missouri. Lisa of Irving and Harriet Giliispie, Here visiting with Mrs. Gladys Yates Todd and Mellssa of Denton, spent homecoming weekend with them. The Senior Citizens met last Wed- nesday at 10 a.m. for their monthly business and luncheon. Earl Wilkinson gave the welcome and presided over Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lohinan, Jerri the business. The lunch invocation was McElroy, Susan McElroy, Mrs. Loll- given by Freeman Miller. There were man, Sharon Martin and Jeffrey Martin 38 present. attended the State Fair on Saturday The ladies from First Baptist Church and Hartsell were Lillian Mitchum of Harlem, Ga.; Joe and Delores Dunacusky of Chandler; Spud and Linda Mitchum and daughters, Crystal, Jennifer and Amanda and Mike Mit- chum, Gloria, Brandy and Gina of Granbury; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchum and twin sons, Jason and Jeremy, and Joe Jr. of Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Stanfield of Malakoff and all their Stanfield relatives in Trinidad. They attended homecoming. Patsy and Albert King of Springtown visited in Athens with mother, Mrs. Bonnie Smith, and attended Trinidad homecoming. They spent Saturday night with Herb Saunders and Frances Edgar. James Qulnn of Georgetown visited with Mr. and Mrs. Grady Qulnn over the weekend. Scott Jordan of Galveston visited with his parents over the weekend. Tonny Bradley of Houston brought his mother, Lamesa Sillick, home for the weekend. Lamesa's cancer is in remission but she is taking further precaution radiation treatments in Houston and will be taking a few more weeks' treatment. Lamesa is looking great and is in great spirits. The group from the First Baptist Church held its monthly birthday party on Thursday at Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Birthday honorees were Ida Whitehead, Fina M. Tolbert, Lula (Petey) Peters, Willie West, Arthur Heickrnan, Charlle Moser and Leathie Hornbuckle, who is 100 years old. Bro. Danny Boler gave the devotional and prayer. Margaret Currey was the teacher. The theme was "Back to School." Students dressed as kids and had to recite their reading and spelling at the teacher's desk. Those taking part as students were Bro. Danny Boler, Kathi Boler, Melissa Boler, Hazel Johnston~ Mary Gentry, Pearl Yates and Cleora Fleming. Refreshments were served to residents. Sunday was homecoming day at the United Methodist Church with 85 in church attendance. Bro. Tim Edwards led in prayers, scripture and children's message. Special organ music was by Gene's daughters, Dawn and Heather Lundy. Bro. Buford Finley, former minister, gave the morning message. Many visitors were present for the morning service, including Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lundy of Kerens, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy, Heather and Dawn and Robbie, Mary Ann Finley and daughter, Dianne. Many members of the Cedar Creek Lake came down for our covered-dish dinner. A great day was enjoyed by everyone. Nubbin and Cleora Fleming were in Waco Friday for Nubbin's visit to his doctor. Marion Williams and Leorm Warren are attending the older citizens retreat at Mount Sequoia, Ark. They were in Tyler Sunday to go with grandson Jim Foster, who took a group up to this United Methodist Church held its and had a great time. were over at Cedar Creek Nursing Grand Prairie visited with Tommy and meeting. monthly party in the home of Mrs. The Calvary Baptist children will be Home for their monthly birthday party. Gertrude Stanfield on Saturday.Many had homecoming company, Hollis Hines. The meeting opened with going to Dallas to the zoo Saturday, Oct. Jennifer Thompson Ward and Larry Sammie and Cindy Stanfleld of which I may have missed, but everyone prayer by the class teacher, Mrs.Bama 24 at10 a.m. They wiU take a sack lun~h Retwes Stanfleld were married Oct. 10 Houston visited with the Days in bad a great time. at~ p.m. in her parents' back yard. Dr. Miller. Six members attended, and have a picnic at the zoo. ~oeeeeeeeeeee o4 ooeeeeeeeeeeeeooeeoeooe4 Refreshments were zerved. Ed and Diane Reeve and sons, Jamie William Taylor offlclalllld at the i Smith Drug & Variety Bertha Gray and Lucilie Moore Floyd and Broe, of Duncanville were here for ceremony. of Oklahoma City, Okla. and Carl homecoming. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Salem, Ore. visited with Mrs. George Black visited in Tyler Darrel Thompson of Beaumont and the ~ HALLOWEEN SPECIALS ......................................... Harden and Odessa Airheart on withbercbndren, bridegroom's parents are Mr. andMrs. |Costumas & bags for tots $1.98 .... All other costumes $219"8 Sue Jones Long of Fort Worth visited Otis Stanfield of Trinidad. Sa~Yburnby has been name_d ~e with Harden and Odessa Airheart and Errdly Ward, daughter of the bride, ; Masks 49' ............... Rubber masks $1.98 & $2.98 new bead football coacn ot xnm~u,,,, May Ridgway. I saw Sue Sundaywas the only attendant and was flower ; Trick or Treat bags (plastic)...................... 49' following the resignation of former morning going to sunday School. She girl. head coachRonHenson, was wearing her Sunday School at- A reception was held at the Red |Decorations 39' to 98* ......... . Novelties with candy 25' Mr. and Mrs. Billy C. Freeman tendance pins. She has attended each Carpet Inn in Beaumont. The couple visited last weekend with their new Sunday for 23 years. Congratulations, will llve in Beaumont. Halloween plates, napkins, cups ............... 79' pkg. granddaughter, Crystal Yvone Tucker, Sue. That is quite a record. Janie, Ray and Daniel Stanfleld 6 S & H Green Stamps Malakoff Lay-AwaYs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Tucker Here visiting with Eugene and Daisy visited with parents over the weekend. and sister of Blaine Tucker of Cedar Berry homecoming weekend were Mr. City, Utah. and Mrs. Don Beveli and daughters and A Bible study will begin Sunday girlfriends and Mrs. Diane Holcutt and 've ev. , .d " " Methodist Church. Bro. Tim Edwards will be the leader of this 26-weak study. Kaufmnn with Brenda Wllbanks who A prayer and share time will be held was in the hospital. along with the singing of favorite Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bradford of hymns. This study is open to all. The Houston visited with Edith Young study material used is not doctrinally based. Everyone bring your Bibles. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Kitchens and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kelley returned home on Monday after visiting with relatives in Hamilton, Brownwood and Gold- thwalte. Homecoming guests in the home of Carey W. Quinn were Bill Quinn of Navasota; Carey W. Qulnn Jr. and wife, Jerri, of Warner Robins, Ca.; Carey W. Quinn III of Hobbs, N.Mex.; Sallie Dobbs and daughter, Barbara June, of Kerens. Nelda Cartlidge attended her 20-year high school class reunion at Pilot Point, Oct. 17. Visiting with Teresa, Jason and JaclynaTiaylor and Mrs. F.E. Dulnny were Cynthia and Ken Dyson of Taylor and George and Noreen Donahue of Monday and Tuesday. Tommy Spann was rushed by rescue unit to Henderson County Memorial Hospital in Athens last Friday morning. All Sunbeam-age children will meet next Saturday at 10 a.m. at Athens Kiwanis Park. Bro. Bob Hendiey and Amos Moses will conduct the program. Each church is asked to bring wieners, hot dog buns and chips. The program will last until 3 p.m. Remember to set your clocks back one hour Saturday night. You will have an extra hour to sleep. Be sure and wake up and go to church and Sunday School. Mrs. Sarah Spencer, mother of our band director, celebrated her 80th birthday on Saturday, Oct. 10. The Johnstons of Ten'eli visited width Anita and Delbert Smyth. O9 2 liter Malakoff We Americans have always recog- * We have the largest proven reserves of nized the need for full and orderly discussion nuclear fuel in the free world, and a of important public issues. From the neigh- dollar's worth of nuclear fuel contains borhood improvement association to the as much energy as $10 worth of itn- United States Congress, free-ranging debate [x~rted oil. helps us decide what to do, when, and how. At your electric company, we be- And when the facts are in; we do it.lieve the debate on nuclear power has served After 30 years we're still debating its purpose and now it has gone on long -- and delaying -- nuclear power. Some peo- enough, Most Americans agree that we pie worry that it~ not safe, or t~) costly, or should be developing the potential of this that the fuel's t(~) scarce. The facts are: domestic and less costly fuel In the 24-year history of U.S. commer- The record shows that nuclear cia] nuclear power there has never been a power is clean, efficient, competitive and nuclear-related fatality, safe. And to supply the electricity we need to Electricity made with nuclear fuel is keep this area attractive for living and wt~k- competitive with electricity made ffcma ing, it's necessary So let's get on with it. other fuels. 4tl9-1909 oppe Gaq 31, Malakoff Ral Reeves TEXAS POWER & A tax-paying,