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4A--The_Ma___ __k_off News, Wednesday, Nov. FEED * SEED * SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 2]4/3962881 OR OWNER WEST HWY 31, KERENS396.2282 The Gift of a A Long Distance Gift Certificate on Christmas Day is the gift of a loving voice in January. A springtime chat in April. A refreshing visit in July. No matter where your special ones live, a United Telephone Long Distance Gift Certificate can bring them home on the phone. @ t By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. L/z Terry, daughter of Betty Darel Stanfleld returned home Saturday after Terry, celebrated her fifth birthday visiting in Silshee with the Robert with a birthday party Saturday, Nov. Powells. 21, 2:30.4:00 p.m. at the community Cameron Warren celebrated his third center. Cake, punch were served to birthday at the Trinidad community Casey Ashlock, Eric Airbeart, Nikl center Nov. 8th from 3 p.m. till 4 p.m. Bankston, Misty Crocker, Lacosta Those attending were his morn and dad, Davis, Summer Farmer, Nlkki Wesley and Vlckle Warren, brother and Phillips, Ryan Prnka, BenJl Rolison, sister, Chris and MisU, Mary, Michael, JamleLangford. Annette Warren, Jeremy Loveiady, Liz enjoyed opening her gifts and Krlsten and Cheryl Whitehead, Pat and games with her birthday guests. Colleen Patterson, grandmother The Mankin Assembly of God Church members were at Cedar Lake Nursing Home on Saturday evenlng to present singing. Each third Saturday night of the month they present the program of music. The Mankln won't have services on Thursday evening. They reported good attendance on Sunday morning. Congratulations to Mrs. Bertie Truss, former Trinidad resident, who celebrated her 9"/th birthday Sunday, Nov. 15, at Cedar Creek Nursing Home. Our sympathy to our neighbor, Jo Jesslyn Warren, great grandmother Jessie Bramlett, grandparents Houston, Nell Moore, Mark, Shonda Moore, Holly, Heather, Elaine Lauderdale, Dodie Reever, Mary Ann and Kay Stanfleld. Everyone had cake and punch and enjoyed the party very much. Odessa Ward of Mexla visited Wednesday with Mrs. Daisy Stanfield. Visiting in the home of MUg Ridgway was daughter Blllle Kay Garcia and Margaret Garcla of Pasadena. They Tyler on Monday. The young adults and MYF met in the fellowshii Methodist Church for games at 7:00 p.m. Sunday Mrs. Noia B. Lincecum home on Saturday after Carbon. The Calvary Church having a post the church following morning church services on The Deacon of Week at is Wlliard Currey. Mrs. Elma Ree Johnston Is Rt. I, Box 211A Frisco, with Mr. The GA's will meet SundaY, 5:30 p.m. All girls from through sixth grade, Lorena the leader, meet at First Church. MaJorie Carter of former resident of treatments at M. D. Rose, in the death of her sister, Mary enjoyed a shopping trip on Wednesday. Houston. The Carters lived here Heath of Abornathey. Funeral services Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 19,51. were held Saturday, 2 p.m., First Adith Pulley were Rev. Pete Pulley of Sunday visitors in the Baptist Church, Abernathey. Terrell, Jimmy, Willie Pearl Reschke, and Mrs., kdlth Pule', we Jolea, Bill Miller, Tommy, Getrude Joanle, Jennifer Pulley. Margaret French visited in GlenAnnette, Dean Pulley an, Rose with her children Bob and Mary daughter Jennifer Pulley, * * A special invitational luncheon was Lorene and Claude ; * ' * held in Glen Rose on Saturday, Nov. 21, surgery at St. Elizabeth * * honoring Buzz Howard, sen of Ben and Beaumont on Monday. Dianne Cates. Buzz received a special Kay Stanfield came on ! BODY SHOP. Red Cross merit award for saving a faith and was haptized al child's Buzz is a life guard at Glen morning service at Unite Rose swimming pool. He attended Church. ....... HWY. 90 N BANK school in Trinidad and was a member of (Behind Dove's Super Save) . United Methodist Church. Chflton, Willie Derden re . . Tommy, Kay, Asher and children of Sunday afternoon after * Aerobic Classes , Carthage visited with Agnus, Chester relatives thJs past weak. Loving Voice. . . McEntire. Torrany remained to deer .' SPECIAL Oa,y11 a.m. . hunt. The electricity was off * {~ ~ ~ IN IN Man. thru Fri. . Tuesday Bible study group met in the hour on Saturday afternoon ~ ~ H U U No limit on classes "X" home of Darma Ferrell. The meeting transformer on Scruggs St opened with prayer by Bobble Eugle. Sunday afternoon on Alice, They're fun to give. Easy to send. . m. ~ month "X" Bama Miller gave the lesson from Attending the funeral of Each $20 packet con!aihs four $5 * ~ * Chapterlll, James. in Abornathy on Saturday ' certificates. And they re accepted by . . Non-Surgical Facelift. Etlen Sharp, Verna Elsom, Sandi Rose, Mrs. NannleDrake E]som, Giadys Yates, Jaule Carter, Sam Stogguer, Mr. F] Alice Wright, Bama Miller, Bueia Mae Mrs. BiUie Hearn, Mr. phone companies throughout the U.S. * Trained Hypnotist Trotman, Marion Williams, BobbleLavalee. and Canada. . . Body wrap * Eugle, Walt Ferrell, Danna Ferrell, This Christmas, give the gift that melts the miles away. It makes a difference when you give long distance. United Telephone System GIVE LONG DISTANCE GIFT CERTIFICATES. IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE. Available at your nearest United Telephone 'Phone Shop or Business Office. MasterCard and VISA users call Toll-Free 1-800-241-8444 and ask for operator number 147. . Tanning Booths . Aerobic Dancing . Yoga . Body Building Gym Equipment . Sauna .Whirlpool ,k, Health Vitamins . Karate .Child Care (~ U~ml~ IzW ~ f=, ~fml * Cleora Fleming. Closing prayer Janle "3(" Carter. Refreshments cake, salad, * pecans, coffee, punch. * Nubbin, Cleora Fleming were in * ~%,,~ ..: ~ , Mrs. Pat daughters and three Chattanooga, Tenn., Juanita Stanfield. 311E. Tyler Athens- 675-5] 15 "Beautiful sports car" Prices start' IB ONE ONE 2-Door 4-Door DAISY STANFIELD Mrs. Daisy Stanfield celebrated her ' 85th birthday on Wednesday, Novem- her 18th, at 3:00 p.m. with a birthday party in her home at 522 McEntire. Mrs. Daisy was born in Arkansas and worked in the post office before coming to Trinidad in 1 12. She married Auther Stanfield, deceased. In Trinidad, she worked in Smith Drug Store during the 1950's. J&J Package Store We Sell the Bezt and Drink the Rmt 4t9-0575 F.M. 90, f~n~ City Many lovely gifts, money was received. Odessa Ward, Helen Wretha Stanfield served decorated birthday cake Those attending were Pearl Yates, Odessa war Quiun, Cleora Fleming, field, Otis Stanfield, Gertrude Stanfield, V Frances Newsome, Nikki Phillips, Lila Hancock Jessie Stanfleld, Hm Wretha Stanfield and hostesses for this Daisy expressed her t for the great day. "Y'- Chevrolet -Ton ONE 1981 IB m "Style & Room" Friday, December 4 The residents of Cedar Lake Nursing Home a sale of their handcrafts, consisting ceramics and crocheted items. The sale begin at 2 p.m. and continue until sold out. / This sale is to benefit the residents with craft and activity program. COME SEE THEM NOW! At these prices they won't stay long ! i Keep that Great GM Feeling with Genuine GM Parts ! 31 W. 489.1702