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Page 8- MALAKOFF NEWS - Nov. 20, 1975 Me'Ann.00ering by ann roamavall Our five-year old Chad has regular check-ups at the doctor, is always proclaimed iiii.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:!  iii Trinidad Menu !i ,:. !! :.: Nov. 24- 26 Monday: Buritto/Chilie, Chuck Wagon Beans, Garden Salad, Dessert, Milk. Tuesday: Beef & Macaroni, Casserole, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Hot Rolls, Milk. Wednesday: Tuna Sand- wich, Pimento Cheese Sand- wich, Vegetable Soup, Ice Cream, Milk. Malakoff Ex.Students Sought The Malakoff High School Ex-Students Association continued this week to solicit memberships in the fledgling organization put together two weeks ago. President Melissa Spivey again issued an appeal to all exes to become a member of the organization and to send in their annual dues to Ex Students Association, c/o Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tex. 75148. Also needed are volunteers to provide lists of names of class members and their addresses from each year since the school was started. Already, names for a number of years have been provided, and volunteers are working on others. Contact Mrs. Janette King at 489-1238 if you can provide names for any specific year. Dues are $5 per person per year, with a special fee of $7.50 per year for married couples who are both ex- students. The Ex-Students Associa- tion officers are, in addition to Mrs. Spivey, Laverne Perkins, secretary-treasurer, and Bey Massingill, vice president. The association hopes to put together a directory of ex-students for use of its members as a project next year. In addition an ex- student luncheon and meetings are tentatively planned for Homecoming next year. Savings Bond Sales In releasing Treasury figures, County Bond Chair- man Pat Neill, announced today that sales of Series E and H United States Savings Bonds in Henderson County during September totaled $19,680. Sales for the nine month period were $104,406 for 55 per cent of the yearly sales goal of $190,000. Sales in Texas during the month amounted to $19,479,856 - while the year- ii to-date sales totaled $181,535,171 healthy (for which we are thankful) and normal {which I question). I know several people who have several sons in one house. If Chad is normal, those people with more than one son are either miracle workers or should be pitied. Chad has blonde hair that glistens white in the sunlight. He is green-eyed and has dimples that show frequently as he smiles. He is pleasant, loving and inquisitive by nature. Sounds good, doesn't it? Chad's hair stands up in front with a Dennis the Menace cowlick. Barbers have pondered for four of his five years on *the problem of Chad's cowlick. I personally find it kind of cute and demand that photographers refrain from trying to comb the hair down. He is in his first year of "real kindergarten" and fared fairly well on his first report card. School is nearing the half-way mark for the year and I have yet to be called down for a conference with the teacher. He sits quietly in church {for a five-year-old) and plays well with other children. He also stands on his head as much or more than he does on his feet. He climbs into the car and immediately up-ends with his feet touching the top of the car. He flips from the back seat to the rear of the station wagon and lets miniature cars roll down his legs as they are extended in the air. When he enters the house he turns flips the length of the floor to the sofa where he immediately does a hand stand. He rolls off'the sofa on to the floor where he flips across to Bobby's easy chair for another head stand. Each time he flips on the furniture I say "Chad, don't jump on the furniture." Each time he replys, "Gosh Morn, I forgot:" Lately he has added a new dimension to his head stands. He snaps his fingers with a Red Buttons type action near his ear. It is becomming increasingly difficult for me to properly correct him as he stands on his head and snaps his fingers. We spent a slow moving weekend at home. The weather was beautiful and Chad spent most of his waking hours playing outside with other neighborhood children. I am thankful for beautiful weekend weather. Bobby used the afternoon to erect a basketball goal near the patio for the children to play with. It took an enormous hole in the ground for the goal to be stabilized. Chad came in with dirt in his hair, on his face, covering his clothes and his face. I asked what he had been doing. "Chuck helped me stand on my head in the hole Daddy dug for the basketball goal," he said. Thanks, Chuck. 2930 JAN'72 M.P. 65 We Will Fulfill Every Request It is our desire to be of service in every way. Our many years of experience assure you of professional attention to every detail, sincere concern for special wishes. Services provided for all religious faiths. Utmost Consideration at a Time o/Utmost Need CARROLL & LEHR ,Funeral Home Athens, Texas phone 67.2211 ii! Trinidad News 0,3,-o,.,..,,. AIr Kinds .WO  ii! .,House Levelingp ADl ,i w,r Foundation Works t#/N: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van i!em!hg/:dl M)idrWt!: MmremJtulh!y,FMiih'.oPBgCkm e, ministry, Ann Rounsavall; Sills Replaced RD"WN Ordenspent theday Saturday , l Youth Ministry, Cecial in Dallas. Wallace; Adult Ministry, Athens, ,vw w tl Attending the charge con- Meeting in Athens Wednes- resources, Mrs. Bama Miller, Cleda Freeman; Family ference and dinner at Cedar day at noon. They received chairman of committee on ministry, Lois Cain. Mem- Creek Lake Methodist Church Wednesday evening were Mrs. C.C. Wright, Mrs. Willie StafA Y, Mrs. John French, Mrs.-Steve Land, Mrs. Bama Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams, Mrs. William Trot- man, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Finley and Diane, and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. John Key, Mrs. John Curry Family To Perform At Calvary The Curry Family Singers of Jacksonville will perform at services Sunday at Calvary Baptist Church in Trinidad, according to Rev. Ronnie Daniels, pastor. They will present special music for the morning worship service Sunday morning. Following the worship service, a lunch will be served at the church. Then, at 2 p.m., the Curry Family will perform in concert at the church. The public is cordially invited to attend, Rev. Daniels said. Nelda Arnold President Of Ladies Auxiliary Nelda Arnold was elected president of the newly organized Trinidad Ladies ,Auxiliary composed of wives of Trinidad Volunteer Firemen. Marsha Coleman was elected vice-president, Helen Airheart as secretary-trea- surer, Brenda Wilbanks as committee chairman and Lois Cain as Friends in Need chairman. At a meeting held Nov. 3 dues of $5 per person per year were levied and an invitation was extended to anyone inter- eared in the organization to become a member. At present there are 23 members. Raffle tickets are on sale for half a beef to be given away Thanksgiving Day at 2 p.m. Mrs. Charles Jones, Leslie and Loigh Ann of Jackson- ville, visited Sunday with Mrs. Maxine Green and Mrs. Annie Lanier. CS , Galen, the celebrated Greek ,hysician, was convinced that bears had therapeutic value. I I I word that $2,704.50 has been pledged to the recent Bike-A-Thon. Mrs. Adrian Foster of Overton was guest speaker. Mrs. Fleming expressed a special thanks to everyone who helped to make the Bike-A-Thon successful. Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Estes were in Wichita Falls last week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. George Seymore. Mrs. Ronnie Hiler and sons visited Friday in Frost with her mother. The Tuesday Bible Study met at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. William Trotman with 13 members present. Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. welcomed members present and gave announcements. Mrs. Milburn Johnston led in prayer. Mrs. Bama Miller was in charge of the Bible Lesson and a reading and the meeting closed with prayer led by Mrs. Prentice Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leverett attended a smorgas- bord dinner at the Lutheran Church in Clifton Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fitz- herald of Tyler visited in Trinidad Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Jordan and Vallie and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Jordan and Jason were in Oahdale, La. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Langridge returned home Tuesday to Colorado after visiting with his mother, Mrs. Edna Langridge. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stanfield returned home from Colorado after a five month stay. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Finley were in Houston Tuesday attending a workshop for children's workers at the St. Luke Methodist Church. Mrs. Finley is Children's Director of the Palestine District for 1976. New officers were elected for the coming year at a Monday afternoon meeting of the United Methodist Women. Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. will serve as president with Mrs. Buford Finley as vice-presi- dent. Mrs. Cecil Wallace will be secretary and Mrs. Frank Van Orden will be treasurer. Mrs. Clyde Rose was named Mission coordinator of Christian Personhood, Mrs. Cecil Wallace will be in charge of Christian Social Involve- ment, Mrs. C.C. 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Finance Com- mittee: Cecial Wallace, Jim Williams, Margaret French, and Ottis Stanfield. Parsonage Committee: Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Lynn Davis, was honored A.L. Arnet, chairman, Robert with a birthday party last Eaton, Beth Parker, and Reliance Gas Co Sunday afternoon at the home Gertrude Stanfield. Lay of her grandparents, Mr. and member to annualconference- Mrs. A.E. Owens. A pinata bought in Mexico was filled with candy and broken by the children. Those attending were Angela Sanders, LaCosta Lynn Davis, Charles Kevin Carter, Marinda, Stevie, and Shanda Stevens, Diane Finley, Dawn Larcia, Kenny Way, Connie and Patricia Richardson. Mrs. Beauford Wright of Rusk, Larry Wright of Tyler and Mrs. Joyce Rodgers of Alto visited Sunday with Mrs. Alice Wright. New officers at the Trinidad United Methodist Church include: chairman of the administrative board, Jim Williams; vice-chairman, Houston Moore; secretary, Margaret French; treasurer, Marie Wallace; lay leader, Roderick Parker; Chairman of work areas: Education, Ruth Wheatley; Evangelism and worship, Mary Ellen Johnston; finance and stewardship, Cecil Wallace; Missions, Ecumenical affairs, church and society Bama Miller. Coordinators: Children's Jim Williams. Pastor/Parish Relations Committee: Ottis Stanfield, Chairman Jim Williams, Margaret French, Mary Ellen Johnston, two from Cedar Creek Lake Church. of Athens C M. Tinney, Owner Dial G75-2269 in Athens Jap Lucas Hardware 215 North Prairieville StL.et ATHENS, TEXAS 675-)191 An Athens tradition ..... ,er ving the good people o,f Henderson County.for over 30 years. ] Reg. 2499s Sole 229" TYLER ME N'S SHOP 1807 TROUP HWY. 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