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10A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Nov. 5, 1981 of the Trinity River Jamboree 6y Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Hoilis Hines Jr. of Shreveport, Hollis and Pearl Hines. While here her La, came Friday for a Visit with son, BosterHines, of London visited. parents, Chilton and Willie Derden and Coneratulatfons to Lisa Nolan, i i,m,ll,,i S. Palestine of Athens is happy to announce has joined our staff to help you with your selections of finer women's apparell. We Invite All Our Customers Old & New to Come By For ....a Get-Acquainted Visit. THE TRAGEDY OF 81N Many do not want to hear about sin anymore, but sin Is that which separates one from God, and when one Is separated from GOd their soul will be lost in a devil's hell, If the bible is true, and it is. In the sight of GOd thereare no BIG or LITTLE sins. The apostle John says transgJ'esslon of law (God's law) Is sin. It matters not whether It is unfalthfuliness, whether it IS becoming angry at, or holding malice and hatred against a brother, or commltlng any other sin of the flesh, we will be held accountable to God for It. Scripture teaches that unless we love our brother we JAMES I. STRINGER can not go to heaven We are to be under the subjection of these who have the rule over us. When will God's Minister Ph. 489-1718 people ever learn that there is to be love and unity among us? The Apostle John said: "We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the breathren. He that ioveth not his brother abideth in death." 1 Jo. 3:14 (WHERE ARE YOU ABIDING) Come worship with us at the Malakoff church of Christ at 419 N. Martin St. WE ARE STRIVING FOR THE TRUTH AND THE TRUTH ONLY. JIM LATHAM INSURANCE AGENCY 420 E. ROYALL BLVD. P. O. BOX 1023 MALAKOFF, TEXAS 75148 OFFICE 489-0886 HOME 675-7815 , .... i ,Fr AUTO FIRE LIFE - HEALTH COMMERCIAL daughter of Russell and Christine tie, 14-14. Jeffery Boggas ran the ball Nolan. She is the Radio and Television all the way m for a touchdown after Club Homecoming Queen nominee of kickoff. Ricky Stanfleld ran the extra Navarro Jr. College. Homecoming is point. Ryan Renteria got a 50-yard Nov. 7, Navarro/Wharton. The Queen runhack for a touchdown. The boys will be announced at halftime have had a good season and will be ceremonies. Lisa will he escorted by ending their season with one more Hobble Fugate, son of Mr. and Mrs. game. Their coaches have done an Royce Fugate. excellent Job with the team. The Friday pep rally was held in the The Derdens and Hines were in Tyler gym at 3:00 p.m. The Spirit Stick went Sunday to celebrate their great- to Miss Sharon Hoskins' fourth grade granddaughters second-year birthday class. This was their third time to win. with a family dinner in the home of The other Spirit Stick went to the Bobby and Mona Craig. Ashley Craig Trojan football team. was the honoree. Ballow Hines of Austin visited with We had many young Halloween trick- his parents on Friday night and at- or-treaters dressed in lovely costumes. tended a meeting in Dallas on Satur- I asked one of the four-year-old boys his daY. name and he told me, and I told him I All the elementary rooms were just didn't know him. He said he had decorated for Halloween. The teachers grown a mustache and that was the and students did an excellent job. Miss reason. Debbie Thompson, second grade The Ladies Bible Study met in the teacher, wore an angel costume all day home of Gertrude Stanfleld on Tuesday Friday. ALl the students had a lot of fun Oct. 27, 9:30 a.m. Ellen Sharp gave the and parties were enjoyed in thewelcome and announcements, followed elementary classes. Now, the teachers by opening prayer by Verna Elsom. will come hack Monday, take allBama Miller completed the 13th Halloween decorations down and begin Chapter of Hebrews. Bobble Engle Thanksgiving theme decorations for gave the closing prayer. Those at- their rooms, tending were Alice Smith, Verna Mrs. Onie Gunnels has been in Athens Elsom, Sandi Elsom, Gladys Randall, Memorial Hospital but has been Marion Williams, Leona Warren, Alice transferred to a Tyler hospital. Wright, Gertrude Stanfleld, Edith Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright visited Young, Gladys Yates, Ellen Sharp and last Wednesday in Whitney with Barna Miller. Refreshments were Floyd's s/ster, served by the hostess and Gladys YMCA Trojan footballplayers played Randall. their game at 12:30 Saturday in Athens Visiting with Ruth and Junior Bryson with the Chargers. The score ended in a were their children, Barry Bryson of Houston and Rita and Joe Bryson of Garland. First Baptist attendance on Oct. 25 was 92. On Saturday, Nov. 7, Fred Need, pastor at Poynor will bring the devotional at the Men's Breakfast. The men from Oak Chapel Church wiLl be special guests. Deacon of the week at First Baptist is Jim Carter. LISA ANN NOLAN Lisa Ann Nolan Don't forget the Lord's Acre and Bazaar Friday, 5 p.m., with spaghetti supper. On Saturday the Bazaar and Bake Sale and Country Store with soup and stew for lunch, 11 a.m. The Cedar Creek United Methodist ladies and men are having thb at the Oran White Civic Center on Highway 274 at Tool, Nov. 6 and 7. You all come to this great yearly project of the chm'ch. A fellowship co ered-dish lunch was held following the morning church services of the Church of Christ at the Trinidad Community Center. The MYF group of the United Methodist held a Halloween Carnival on Saturday, Oct. 31, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., which was a great success. Dart n ..__..j _._ ._.... Throwingto Break Balloons; Apple tlllit~U liOilllliet~ Bobbing; Haunted Spook House; t..r ..... Baseball Throw; Bean Bag Throw into IU 1, tlvtat-i-u . Ulit gU the Clown; Fkhin ; Fortune Telling by ..... ,~ ...... "~ ,~.~, ~,,J~;. Candied, Apples, Lisa Ann Nolan, daughter of Mr. amf CookieS,~ Candy for Sale were enjoyed Mrs. Russell Nolan of Trinidad, is the by a lot of youngsters. All the MYF Radio and Television Club homecoming group helped with all the events. The queen nominee for Navarro Junior MYF group will he going to the SMU College this year. , football game on Saturday. Miss Nolan, a registered nurse The Lakeside Baptist Church had major, will be escorted by Hobart good attendance on Sunday. Fugate. Edd and Dianne Reeve and sons of The queen will be announced at half- "Dunoanville were in Trinidad on time of the Navarro-Wbarton football Saturday. game Nov. 7. Frances Ann Edgar and father, Herb Saunders, were in Alvarado on I spent three days Saturday and Sunday. Helen, Frenchie and Jolea Miller the TrinidadNewsJ enjoyed the day at Canton. Congratulations to Saturday lunch guests in the home of Airheart on their new babY4 Adith and Ida Pulley were Bob and born Sunday. Patricia Hocutt and children Bobby Margaret French and Glenn and Sherry of Sonora, Texas, Holcomb visited in Alice Sessions of Sonora, Texas, Mr. Thursday. and Mrs. Jimmy Rescke of Tool and Mrs. Pearl Yates of Trinidad. Visiting with The Mankin Assembly of God had 33 Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. in Sunday School. They will begin their Jerming, La.; J.B. fall revival Nov. 29 with Sister Steele Evelyn Millikan and Debbie preaching. Bro. Danny Stevens will daughter of Terrell. .conduct revival in Canton beginning Bro. Tim Edwards is Nov. 1. Bro. Clarence of Trinidad was Bible Study each Sunday out of church Sunday because of illness. United Methodist Church. The Trinidad Junior High Trojans fumble on play; on the first: had another good game at Cayuga on Boggas made 'another Thursday, Oct. 29, 6:00 p.m. The Trojan Brent Hiler ran over for two | team came home with another victory 4 minutes 13 seconds left/n 36-12. The game clock began with eight- Brent Hller made a minute-play quarters. Our team always Michael Hornbuckle plays six-minute quarters. This was point run making the score called to the attention of the timekeeper Wildcats got a good and six-minute quarters were played touchdown. Final the second half which made the game for the Cayuga/Trinidad much faster. Charles Riley, Kelvin Trinidad took the opening kickoff and Criner. Good defense drove the hall on down the field. PlaYing by Byran Hfler Quarterback Brent Hiler went around Kelvin Boggas, Leo leR end and took the hall in for six Boyd, Brent Hfler, Don points; point after failed, In second Broach, Paul Criner, quarter, Kelvin Boggas took the hall Michael Hornbuckie and ran 17 yards for a touchdown. James Stanton, Michael Hornbuckle made the extra fering broken arm. points after. Kelvin Boggas ran another team, Shong Airheart; 25 yards for another touchdown. Larry Cumby. Halftime score was 20-6. 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