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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dee. 3, 1981 of the, Trinity River Jamboree 6y Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Peggy Farmer, third grade Mrs. Mercedes Hardy, school nurse, their Thanksgiving meal. As each one and giving thanks for their good Oran Winston over the holidays were Deacon of the week at teacher, has received from Region 7 a assisted in testing and implementing paid for their lunch they were given a Thanksgiving. Danny Slate of Palestine, sister Aline James Johnston. clagsroom grant program. The third the program. Whenever possible she number for a door prize before the noon Mondo and Donna Renterla and Chambliss of Mesquite and [,ester Graveslde services ckss has been introduced to a works with children in various meal. The lucky winners were Cleora children visited in Ranger with their Peavy. Thursday at Trinidad City lal Vision Development program capacities. Janet Wharton, remedial Fleming, Connie McCrackin and Lelia parents during the Thanksgiving Mrs. Annie night visited with Edith for former resident Bertha for the 1981-82 school year. This is very reading teacher, also participates Mae Owens. The noon invocation was holidays. Mccllntock. Pierce, 66, of Austin. time involved with busy testing of during activities. Dr. William Dover of given by Cleora Fleming. Everyone Margarett's Plant and Garden Center Lamesa and Johnnie Sfflick's Texaco Cherry of Assembly of Duncanville, vision developmentenjoyed the good Thanksgiving meal. has completed a beautiful Job of land- station has been changed to Exxon. land, La., officiated. children in various areas to determine if any specific vision development problems exist. The classroom is equipped with various vision learning equipment and materials and the aim and basic purpose in training is raising achievement levels. Lose Star Gas Company, in Kcwdaoul with Section 43(a) of ArtJclo 1446 VJLT.C.S., bemk), ~ms notice of the Company's intent to lmptameM | s4m schedule of retex inctodiM e ~ of ~ ~Mhmhmml cbml for natmal ps semite to be chaqled to the mldenttal end commercial comumm in the Ci~ ef MMabeff effective Jawr/5, 1~12. The rate scbedvle is expected to fumtslt a 4.311 par- cent incmm Jn the Company's revexmex from Rmiden- tkd and Commercial custemm in the ~ of Matakofl. A Stotemamt of Intont lull been fltad with tNe City of MMM~f and is amilabll lor tn~mcthm It the Cem- pa~'s b~l~l Office located at 309 Fast Cancans St., Athens, Turn 75751. specialist, is serving as consultant on program. Wayne and Joyce Eberhart of Tyler had Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jelly Owens; also the Owenses' cldldren, Georgia and Joe Lynn Davis. Asphalt paving has been done this past week in front of the Gulf States Telephone building. Rev. and Mrs. Johnnie Cherry and daughters, Diana and Darla, of Raceland, La., visited withh C.W. and Georgia LOu Airheart. Guests in the home of Margaret French for Thanksgiving Day were Liz Gray, mother of Bob Gray, Mary Nell Gray, Barry Hayes and mother, Donna Hayes, Betty Hayes, and Wffliard, Sandy and Keaton Clark. The elementary students will be eesenting their Christmas program on c. 17 at 7 p.m., "Christmas Time Circus." The Nutritions Meals program had a good group on Wednesday, Nov. 23 for Mrs. Jessie Bramlett thanks everyone scaping the First Baptist Church for coming and would like for more property withshrubsandtrees. people to attend meals each day. Mr. and Mrs. James McDanlel and Ray Suil/van of Carrollton was by for boys enjoyed a visit to South Texas a visit with Hazel and Alex Johnston. during their Thanksgiving holidays Visiting with their parents, Mr. and from school. Mrs. Oran Winston, on Thanksgiving David Lee, missionary from Peru, were Sandra, Mike, Shayne and will be here Dec. 13 for services. There Shannon Morrison of Carthage and will be a covered dish fellowship after Jane and Joel Brumley, Angle and Rod services at First Baptist Church. Johnson of Palestine. Bro. Tim Edwards' sermon was "Are Mr. and Mrs. Freddle Code spent We Ready for God's Answer?" It was Thanksgiving with their aunt and uncle the lighting of the first Advent candle in Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Homer COx. and also Student Recognition was Beauford Wright of Rusk spent observed. Tuesday night with his mother, Mrs. The community Thanksgiving ser- Alice Wright. vice held Tuesday, Nov. 24 was one of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller spentthe largest in attendance since the Thanksgiving with their children at beginning. Bro. Floyd Loven of Lake= Event at the children's ranch,side Baptst gave the welcome, followed Ed Reeve of Duncanvffle has been by prayer by Bro. Walter McDonald of busy repainting his rent property with Mount Vernon AME Church. Tommy the help of his brother, Robert Reeve of Spann, song director, led the group in Eustace, Carny Reeve, sister Robin singing "How Great Thou Art," "To Reeve and his parents. God Be The Glory" and '"count Your On Wednesday, Nov. 26, before the Blessings." Darla Cherry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Keesee's children Lawrence Yates of El were here for Thanksgiving. with his mother, Mrs. The fifth Sunday singing was held at Visiting with Donna Ware Lakeside Baptist Church Sunday af- grandson, Vernon Lewis, ternoon, friend. Visitors in the home of Paul and Visitors in the home of Glenda Thomas on Saturday and Derdens during the Sunday for Thanksgiving were Ruth holidays were her', and Joe Dautel and children, Joey and law, Mr. and Mrs. Brenda of Austin, Johnnie Ray Berry from Plymouth, Mich.; and children of Fort Worth, and Oliver Hines, Lori Hines and and Barbara Berry of Denton. MeUssa and Tim Edwards spent Thanksgiving with Tim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Edwards of League City. Barbara Berry of Denton visited during the week with Glenda Thomas and daughter, Jennifer. A.C. and I-Ifldred Cartl/dge visited with parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cart dge, and Pat and Peatie Alrheart. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman and Mrs. Verna Bergstrom were in Arkadelphia, Ark. last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tart and son, Shreveport, La.; and Ashley Craig, Suzy Vender Box, all of Tyler. dinner included the Mr Hines Sr. Thanksgiving guests in the Tom and Dutch Bradley. daughters of Joyce an |d l students took their Thanksgiving Rev. and Mrs. Johnnie Cherry of the David, of Alvin visited with their Shall They Hear?" The holiday, Mrs. Patsy Welborn's kin- Assembly of God Church, Raceland, parents. Christmas Offering goaIL, dergarten class of 14 and Mrs. Karen La., gave the special music. Bro. Bill Gladys Sewell of Alvarado visited Congratulations goes t Ashiock's first grade class of 26 Watson of Calvary Baptist brought the this past week with Frances Ann Edgar Rhodes Wright who rece students had their annual Thanksgiving message. Bro. Danny Baler of First and Herb &sunders. year pin and plaque at the ( meal. Students brought vegetables and Baptist led in the offering prayer. Spending Thanksgiving in Dallasthe Eastern Star 1012 in M i fruit. They were prepared by the class Tommy Spann sang the solo for the with Faye and Mickey Heryla were Otis Tuesday evening, Nov. members and cooked into a stew in the closing invitation and the benediction and Jnanita Stanfield, Rose Jones, members attending this s cafeteria, was by Bro. Tim Edwards of the United Larry Stanfield and Edith Young. casion were husband Floyd t Kindergarten students were dressed Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman and daughter Jewel Bandy of Kin as Indians and first grade members Mrs. Annie Laurie Doubleday of Charlle Freeman spent Thanksgiving Kenny Sparks and son,. were dressed as Pilgrims. It was such a Dallas has moved back to her home in in Houston with the Eugene Freemans. Oklahoma visited with beautiful day that their Thanksgiving Trinidad. Her daughter, Lesa, of Attending Thanksgiving CemeteryJoyce and Jack Day, on TluU meal was eaten under the oak trees Houston is visiting with her. with the children sitting on the benches Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Association in Bristol on Thursday Genice Garrett Curtis an( were Byron and Nellie Jackson, Bfflie Nicole Curtis, of Mesquite COUNTRY FAIR Jstom Draperies & Curtains OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malakoff Stanfield, Jenean, Jimmy, Debbie and Betty, Tom and Kelly Bradley, Nov. 29 through Dec. 6 Prayer for Foreign MissionS Baptist Church. The theme and Claude Jarrett Jackson, Henry and Estelle Baker. All Ozie Land's children Jewel Bandy of Kingsland vested with herduring her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Pl yd Mable and Payton Wright. . daughter, Darla, of Spending Thanksgiving with Jim anal with the McElroys, Alice Gaston were Mrs. Jewel Story and father, Charles and grandmother, Joie Henderson of Grahams have retired and Fort Worth; Larry and Judy Story and for a house in this area. [ daughters, Mitzi and Kristi; Randy, Verna Eisom hosted the Kay and Jennifer Carter of Henderson; Study group in her home Jerry and Mary Frank Gaston and son, Street Tuesday at 9:3o Jeremy, of Bryan. nouncements were made DONOVAN-GALVANI Guests in the home during the Fleming. The group decided weekend for famffy reunion were Mrs. the Bible study the last two 1 WomensApparel David Parks, Farmington, N.Mex.; December. Dana Ferrell Mr. and Mrs. James Parks, Houston; opening prayer. Bama Me!Is Hwy. 31 489-1828 daughter Martha Welchel, Camarfflo, lesson from James 4. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks and closed the meeting with praY daughter, Donna, Wichita Falls; Mr. Those present were and Mrs. Bobby LaPrade, Mount Alice Wright, Gladys Ysl K & K Ple umnt; son Martin Shelley, Fort Engle, Janie Carter, Edi Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Hutchins, Danna Ferrell, Ellen SlmrP KOATINGS, INC. Cindy and Kelly, Mount Pleasant; Stanfield, Gladys Rends Highway 31 East 489-1920 |Doris Broyles Nicole, daughter Sandy, Prnka, Verna Eisom, SaY Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wideman, Walt Ferrell and Clears Mrs. Jeff-Hopkins Tracy and Bobby of Athens; Mr. and RefreslLments were served. Mrs. Charles Abee and Matt, Mesquite; Cindy Farmer returned and Mr. and Mrs. David Vineyard, Navarro Hospital after 1 Mesquite. Having Thanksgiving MALAKOFF Thanksgiving guests in the home of and celebrating Roy PRESCRIPTION Mng Ridgway were Annie and Jackthday were the children SHOPPE Jones, Kerens; Butch, Patsy, Derek and Tommy Stanfield. and MitstRidgway, Athens; andday were Mr. and Mrs. 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Stephanie and David Leopard, field and children Marlin and Karen Perkins IPasadena. . Mrs. Ray Stanfield and I r Cha lie Freeman of Austin visiteu Granbury, and Mr. and with his parents over the holidays. Gloria, Mike, Gena and Brandy Mitcham of Granbury visited with their 'parents, Harden and Odessa Alrheart, l[0r Tlmnksgiving. Stanfield, Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Thanksgiving in Dallas Joe and Margaret children, Gary and Judy in Monday: Corny dogs, fren pinto beans, Tuesday: S| french bread, green pea milk, butter. Wednesday: Barbecued bed french, fries, baked beans, corn, rice pudding, milk. Thursday: salad bowl, pinto beans Friday: Turkey/gravy,_ dressing, buttered peas potatoes, hot rolls, butter, sauce, cookies, milk. TANNER RADIO & TV SERVICE Antenna Sales & Service Railroad St. Malakoff 489-0359 CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP , Caney City 489-0701 ' Melinda Watson, Owner % Carva Beidler 489-0287 THE FEED BOX 451-2331 at Michael's Cove "After church visit us for lunch." HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489-0810 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. w. Main 489-1331 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison THE BARBER SHOP Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Lea Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 Eat Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Family East h ..... Many people get off to a good start in life. It is '~ later that the rocks on the trail begin to bruise their "~,/,, / feet. Soon they're stumbling along on bleeding soles -- wondering why God doesn't smooth the ...... . , "~ road for them. . . ~ Spiritual renewal is God's answer to the rough roads of life. It is one more of the blessings that come to men through faithful religious worship. TheL.earnest church-goer cannot expect fewer rocks ,on the path ahead. Why then does he walk the trail with such a firm and steady gait? Because no road is too rugged if we won't let i K,,7// ) Sunday Monday TuesdayWednesdayThursday Friday Saturday Revelation IChronicles' MatthewPsalms ICorinthians IIThessal0nians ITimothy 7:9-12 29:10-13 11:25-30 79:1-13 1:1-9 1:5-t2 1:12-14 ,/ Scipturos s.lectsd by 'The American Bible Society CopFtigtlt 1981 Relater Adverbslng Sefvece P O Box 8024, Chartoffeswlle, Virgima 22906 Thanksgiving dinner was held on Friday in the home of Dick and Ellen Sharp with their children, Rick, Joan, Amanda and Joel Sharp of Irving; Dana, Cathy, Neff, Ryan and Lisa Sharp of Irving; Linda and Frank Upchurch and daughters, Shaunna, Siouhann and Stephanle, of Cross Roads; Bette and David Lehmann, Matt and Konya of Overton; Harriet and Wayne Gilltsie and children, Todd and Melissa, of Denton; and Jim and Ruth Sharp of San Antonio. Visiting with their parents, the B.G. Ridens, were Mary Ann, Jim and Vincent Bailey of Houston. The First Baptist Men's breakfast will be held on Dec. 5. FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF , Highway 31 E. 489-0991 THE MALAKOFF NEWS 489-0531 DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCII OF TRINIDAD Danny Boler, Minister Sunday School .................. 9: 45 a, m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... I 1 : ~ a . =~ ~ . Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m, Wednesday ..................... 7:00 p.m CROSS ROADS UNITI,:D METHODIST ('IIUR('I! Randy Warren, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship ........ 9:30 a.m Sunday,School ................. 10:3O a m. Bible Study ..................... 6: 30 p, m. Gospel Singing Every 2rid Friday of month ...... 7:30 p~ TRINIDAD CtlURCH OF CHRIST Robert Fos~r, Minister 775-2536 Sunday School ............. .... 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30 am Sunday Evening Worship ....... 6: (k} p, m. Sunday Song Service ............ 5: ~ p.m. Wednesday Mid.week ........... 7:30 p.m, Wednesday, Ladies Bible MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METIIOI)IST CHURCII (~/nuey Clement~, Pastor Sunday ~hool. r .'~', ,' ........... lO:OOa,m Morning Worship .............. I 1:00 a.m. Evening Worship ................ 6:30 p,m. Wednesday Chancel Choir ....... 7:30 p.m, United Methodist Women meet 2nd and 4th Mondays .......... 2: 30 p. m. FFF meets Ist and 3rd Tuesdays .................... I1:00am. CALVARY BAPTIST CIIURCH OF TRINIDAD Bill Watson, Minister r Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m Sunday Morning Worship ....... Io:~5 a,m Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00 p m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7: 00 p.m. Wednesday ........... . .......... 7: 30 p.m. Auxiliary. Wednesday ........... 6: 30 p.m. MALAKOFF CHURCH OF C|IRIST J.m~ I. ~krlns~r, Mini~er Bible Study ..................... 9:30 a.m. Class ................... : .... lO:OOa m. Stmday Morning Worship ....... 10:25 a.m. PARKVIEW MIS~IONARV Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCIi Wednesday Service ............. 6: 3O p.m. Jdmny Crm~eh, Pastor I Wednesday Ladies Bible Class.. 1O:00a.m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Elv~ MeCann. past~r Sunday School ................. 10:00a.m. Woreblp Secviee ............... ll:00a.m Sunday Night ................... 6:C0 p,m. wed~y Niaht ............... 7:3Op.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CI|URCH OF TRINIDAD Tim J~dwards, Minister Sunday School .................. 9: 45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:50 a m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 pm UMYF .......................... 6:45 p.m, Fellowship Supper 4th Wednesday ................ 6:30 p. m. Ladies Bible Study, Tuesday ..... 9:30 a .m. FIRST BAPTIST CUUR('H OF MALAKOFF James Cbeatham, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m, j Stmday Morning Worship ....... 11:00a,m, , Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wedneuday Worship ............. 7:00p.m. Royal Ambassadors, Sunday ~,,. 6:00 p.m. Glrll Ancillary, Sunday ......... 6:00 p.m. WMU, Tue~ky ................. e:00a.m Choir Practice: ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun.-Thurs. 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat. 8 to 8. PERRY BROS. E. Highwey 31 611 Hiahwe/31 East ~-1533 Mr. and Mrs, Bud Dulaney FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. $03 W. RoyMI Blvd. 489-0506 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag Sunday School .................. 9:45 a,m MAI, AKOFF Celebratkm Sunday ........... e:oo p.m. 489.0482 Sun~. y M ornthg Worship ....... I0:55 a.m. AaSFMBLY OF GOD Yotu~ MusiclxM, W~day. 3:30 p.ml T *lTamlng ~rvlce ............ '. ..... : go p.m. Ken Jones. Pastor , ST. JUDE'S MISSION "" Sul~lay Evening Wor~ip ....... 6:45 p,m. ,Sunday Schoo ....... 9:45 a,m. Father B,G. Eades Wednesday Night iSunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 am. Sorvtc~m held at Luther Lane at Hwy. 85 WMA ......................... 6',45 p.m, iSunday Evening Worship........ 7:o0 p.m, Sunday Mus .................... 6:3oa.m Pra erMeetmg 7 3up m Wednes . ~dw ..k .---- . Y ' .............. : . , dayM- ee Service...7:OOpm. Sunday Schooi lmmediately after mass . LUMtB:Ra :Ivd sCITIZENS JIM DAYTRIC --] Animal Clinic ' I/.o.,,.,. II ..,.o. /I 2t=? I/"w Malakoff ,,.,,0 ........... /I 489-0530 JI 489-0910 /I Jude and Judy Olassc0ck IJ489-1899 G rvAt_roce.,__ore ....... / firnm interested in our community. EM 90