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of the' The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 29, 1981---5A Trinity River Jamboree by Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. is one Thomas, daughter of Thomas, celebrated Oct. 20. A family was held Saturday, Oct. Shortcake" was the theme. A decorated cake and ice cream were Joe and Ruth and Joey Dautel, Johnnie Ray Berry and and Katherine Berry, Oliver and Barbara Berry, and Noami White, Tool; and Nubbin Fleming. Many by Jenifer. returned home on Friday. has been teaching math Week at school since the of llon Henson. students dressed in the Day, Oct. 23. Little Rock, Ark. her sister, Coy Houghton, get her things packed as moving to Little Mrs. Clyde Goodwin of visited with Mrs. Clara were called out Thur- to the home of Jimmy Park. The home and only suffered smoke Brent, Bryan and Jef- visited in Frost with the the weekend. Assembly of God Church the foundation for its new is waiting to pour the floor, .permits. They bad good m Sunday Schod with 3( a revival in November. Dillard of Ten- church services at the Church with Otis and and she has been visiting with friends. On Saturday, 7:008:30 p.m., the MYF group will have a Halloween carnival at the Educational Building of the United Methodist Church. Make your plans to attend. Bro. Tim Edwards began the 26-week Bible study on Sunday, Oct. 25. Named to the evangelism committee at United Methodist Church were Johnnie Martin, whose job it is to work on getting members who don't attend to get started back to church; Shelia Johnson, who will be working on new Trinidad 4-H joins national celebration By TANYA ESTES October 5-10 was National 4-H Week. Elesha Bankston and Tanya Estes from the Trinidad 4-H Club recorded a 4-H advertisement to be heard during the week. On Monday, Oct. 5, Tamra Estes, Penny Johnston, Kristi Jones and Amy Rounsavall recorded a live radio broadcast with Randy Moore, County Extension Agent. The October meeting was held Thursday, October 8, at the Trinidad Community Center. The meeting was led by Kenneth Burton, club president. Three new members joined at the Oc- tober meeting. There is now a total of 28 members. The club's standing rules were ap- proved. A program planning committee was appointed. The committee consists of Ronnie Cludy, Penny Johnston and Jeanne McQuary. It was decided that the Trinidad 4-H Club will have a Christmas party Dec. 10. People in charge of planning that party are Sandy Bankston, Penny Johnston and Jeanne McQuary. The next meeting for the Trinidad 4-H Club will be held Thursday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. members who are Methodists and have moved to our area to attend; Cleora Fleming, who will be visiting the sick, shut-ins, and those in nursing homes and hospitals. The YMCA Trojan football team lost their game to the Athens Raiders, 28-6. Mrs. Elmer Phillips and Mrs. James Ball visited with Cindy Smith in a Tyler hospital. The Calvary Baptist Church had a great day at the Dallas Zoo Saturday. Richard Golden, junior high Trojan, received a broken arm in football practice. The junior high Trojan football team played a home game on a cold evening. Every team member played well. Trinidad rolled up another win against Palmer, 14-0. Brent Hiler made the first TD and ran the PAT, making the score 8-0. The boys did an excellent job on defense, getting in early on all tackles. With fourth down and short yardage, Brent Hiler kept the ball and with good blocking, drive and extra effort, he made another TD, making the score 14- 0. The team will play in Cayuga Thursday at 6 p.m. Tommy Spann returned home from Baylor Hospital on Saturday. Ellen and Dick Sharp visited with their children, Ruth and Jim Sharp in San Antonio. Billy Earl Watson of Garland visited with his parents. The high school students returned home last Monday after enjoying a great day at the fair. Maudie Jordan and Agnes McEntire enjoyed a vacation trip to Las Vegas. While there they stayed at the Stardust. They visited with daughter Elaine, Jordan, who has recently moved to Las Vegas. Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Gertrude Stanfield. A welcome was given and followed by prayer by Gladys Randall. Bama Miller gave the discussion and lesson from Hebrews. Those present were Edith Young, Dorothy Harrison, Ellen Sharp, Dana Ferrell, Walt Ferrell, Gladys Yates, Bobble Engle, Gladys Randall, Alice Wright, Gertrude Stanfield, Bama Miller, Cleora Fleming. Refreshments were served. The students enjoyed a holiday on Monday while the teachers had their in- service training. The high school teachers went to Cayuga for their meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden and Mary Hines returned home last Mon- day aRer a vacation trip to California. Harden and Odessa Airheart, Donie Ware, Flora Bell Robb were in Austin Friday to visit with their cousin, Ber- tlm, who is quite ill. Hazel and Alex Johnston were in Tyler Friday. Dora Peebles, Margaret French and Billie Taaffe were in Kaufman Tuesday to visit Brenda Wilbank at the hospital. Saturday guests in the home of Edith McClintock were Annie Knight of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Woods of Seven Points and Jan and Judy McClintock of Seven Points. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden took Mary Hines to Shreveport, La. Charles Caiman received a broken hand in Friday night's football game at Palmer. Derek Jackson had a knee injury. Jimmy Carter took over the quarterbacking after Charles was hurt. The Trojans will mark another loss down but the team is working hard and trying with every effort to make a score. Final score was 40-0. Cayuga will be coming to Trojan field Friday night with a record of seven wins. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller visited Sunday in the home of Bena and Bill Miller and family in Cleburne and the Bob Millers in Irving. Pricillia Miller returned home to Virginia on Sunday. The Calvary Baptists began their revival Sunday, Oct. 25. Services will be 7:30 each night. When you attend, you will see the new pews and the new green carpet and will hear a good sermon. Nubbin Fleming entered Hillcrest Baptist Hospital in Waco for tests on his back. Ray Stanfield of Granbury, who works at the De Cardova plant, has been promoted to supervisor. Otis and Juanita Stanfield were in Paris Saturday to visit the farm and homeplace where Juanita grew up. A remodeling job is being done on the homeplace. Ozie Land has made two trips to Tyler this past week to be with her sister, whose 11-year-old grandson (of I whom she is the guardian) had a motorcycle accident. He is paralyzed on his right side. Frances Edgar and Herb Saunders visited Sunday in Alvarado with relatives. Mary Nell Gray visited with her mother, Margaret French, Sunday. Give breakfast a protein lift: While pancakes are still warm, sprinkle them with shredded Gouda cheese and add a slice of cooked, drained bacon to each. Fold over, as you would tacos. 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