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French and Mrs. RubyI W~ek-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McGee and Mrs o I Frank Dutaney. ~ad Mrs. Jesse Gunnels and ! o visited their son, Mr. and~ Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Black left Gunnels and children Saturday morning for a visit Sunday. Billy has re-lwith their son, Mr. and Mrs. Undergone surgery and is George Lawrence Black and their to be doing good. RUBY MCLAIN ~ST HIGHWAY 31 ' children in Tampa, Florida. How io win friends and ] influence appetites[ I Plan you: luncheon or dlnn~ j date here, where tempting faro delights guests and gracious ser - ice completes ~ pleasure. You'll appreciate the difference o k ot mol In 10w borbe ore In wb . Barnett's Barber Shop JOE BARNETT the of CkRROLL & LEHR i Funeral Home t # Saturday. of Trinidad and formerly of ------o~ Mr. Satch Faulk of Waxahachie was greeting friends in Trinidad Thursday. Mrs. Glover McClintock has returned home from the Athens Memorial Hospital. -o The bride-to-be is a graduate Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sullivan of of Trinidad High School. She Dallas spent the week-end withattended Mexia High School be- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexfore moving to Trinidad. She is JohnSon ~ little daughter, t now employed in Dallas, where Pare. Pam returned home with~t she has made her home for the them after spending a week with I past two years her grandparents. 1 Mr. Sanders is a graduate of -----o------- [Wichita H.igh School, Wichita, Mrs. E. C. Smalling returned I Kansas. He is also a graduate of home after a visit with her Lamar Technology College in daughter, Mrs. R. B. Hall, in Fort Beaumont where he received his Worth. T/Sgt. Eugene Phillips and T/Sgt. Maynard Rodell of Barks- dale Field, Louisiana, spent the week-end with Eugene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Richard- son and children of Athens spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips. Mexia announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Mr. Marlin L. Sanders of Tyler. A November 28th wedding is planned in the First Bapti~ Church, Trinidad, at 7:30 p. m. degree in technology. He is pres- ently employed as a Mechanical Technician for General Motors. 0 WSCS Study Program For the completion of the Study by Mrs. Gracie Wittkohl on "United States and the New Na- tions," Trinidad WSCS met in the Educational Building Monday afternoon. <~ I The worship services was Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd JohnstonI opened with the s o n g, '"the spent Saturday with their daugh- I Church," followed by prayer by ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abee Mrs. Wittkohl. A Ix~m, "I Re- and Julie in Mesquite. member" was read by Mrs. o George Uhrich and scripture Mr. and Mrs. John Ward of Mexia and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Mayo and children, Jerry Don and Linda, of Rusk visited their father, Will Stanfield Sunday.j Mr. Stanfield went home with the Wards for a short while and then he will be moving to Rusk with the Mayos as soon as the new part of their house is fin- ished. Jack Jones of Kerens visited his mother and sister, Mr. J. T. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Airheart, Saturday night. Mrs. Jimmy Scroggens and children of Waco spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Jim Williams. O from Isaiah 60-12 was read by Mrs. Edna Landridge. The final study was entitled "Choices of Alternatives." A film was shown on Africa, entitled "Christ in the Art of Africa." Mrs Ruth Wheatley will be- gin a new study on November 16, entitled "Death of Myth." The meeting closed with Mrs. Georg Uhrich giving the prayer. Thirteen members were present. David Skiles is in the Veterans Hospital at Marlin. o Mrs. Brancy Holley is in the Corsicana Memorial Hospital. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS TO W. W. Grayson Nov. 6 John H. McClintock Nov. 6 Jo Coufits Nov. 7 Lee Smith Nov. 7 Mrs. Carl Mathis Nov. 8 Murlin Jordan Nov. 8 Jerry Johnston Nov. 9 Deannie ~roggins Nov. 9 Mrs. J. W. Reeves Nov. 9 Connie McCrackin Nov. 11 Jimmy Y. Johnston Nov. 11 Joe Bryson Nov.12 Mrs, Emily Gillian Nov.12 Rose Mary Haney Nov.12 Mrs. Johny Matlock of Dalla~ brought her grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Bradley, home Sunday. Mrs. Bradiey has been visiting in Dal- las. Roy Bostick is a patient at 'Nan Travis Hospital in Jackson- ville. Mrs. Pat Airheart and Mrs. Eugene Berry were shopping in Corsicana Friday. $ y and IIHII II II IIIII No. 2 Can LUNCHEON MEAT 12-OZ.cans I III I SHURFINE I III II II I 3 Lb. Can Lb. can HORMEL VIENNA Ca~ For SHURFINE I I I I Tall Cans L Shurfine Pound I II I II IIIIII III IIIIIII II NICE LARGE HEADS Per Head FOOD KING Pounds Solid Or Quarters II I II III III I ALWAYS FRESH SHURFRESH Can8 For I I I I II II u P and Box II I III III Per Pound / UII ROXIE I 101 II 29c For GRADE A Per Pound BULK Pounds For FOOD KING I U I ] WI II I I I I[ I m m "We Deliver" Trinidad, Texas Pho. PR 8-2338