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December 4, 1980

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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 4, 1980---5A By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. French Clark, daughter of John French of Trinidad, been admitted to the State She was graduated with a urisprudence degree from of Law at the University and is practicing law with a ~Beaumont. she was research editor of Review, a member of al fraternity an the Board She attended Trinidad SChool and Henderson County received a bachelor of ree from Texas Tech and master of arts degree University. Before at- law ~hool she taught English Independent School She is married to Willard Jr. and has a 20-month-old and Mrs. Joe Hartman and Sam Stan and Chris Marlow of spent Thanksgiving with Marshall and Christine with mothers, Mrs. and Mrs. Lucille Arnett, , gind Joann Smith of Sherman. and Mrs. Hollis Hines visited and Margaret Chamberlain Margo and Marci, on ,and Mrs. Jim French and family, Jim and Mary Helen, of Larry French of Houston; French and family, Sid and ,0f Chandler visited with parents and Mrs. Oliver Berry of Denton Saturday and Sunday for a daughter Glenda, Paul and Jenffer Thomas. Martin service services were held on Harden Airhearts. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunacusky of Lake Palestine spent Thanksgiving Day with mother, Mrs. Gladys Yates. The Brownie and Girl Scout Troop of Trinidad are preparing a float for the Christmas parade in Malakoff. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson helped Frances and Floyd Schultz move to Austin on Tuesday. The Wilkinsons visited with their children in Houston returning home on Friday. Visiting for Thanksgiving with Dick and Ellen Sharp were children, Dana, Cathy, Nell, Ryan and Lisa Sharp of Irving; Linda and Frank Upchurch and daughters, Siovhan, Stephanie and Shaunna, of Cross Roads; Bette and David Lehmann, Matt and Konya of Overton; Harriet and Wayne Gillispie, Todd and Mellisa of Denton; and Ruth and Jim Sharp of Lancaster. Jim and Marion Williams had their Thanksgiving family reunion in their home on Thursday with 51 members present. Those attending were from Dallas, Baytown, Beaumont, Austin, Houston, Fort Worth, Malakoff, Caney City, Nacogdoches and Monroe, La. Tuesday Bible Study Tuesday-Ladies Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Tommy Stanfield with Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. giving Thanksgiving meditations written by Carol Brigance and a poem, "Thank GOd for Little Things," by Helen Steiner Rice. Our leader, Mrs. Bama Miller, gave lesson from Galatians 1 LaValle played the piano while the group sang hymns. The meeting closed with group singing "Silent Night, Holy Night." Those attending from Trinidad church were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Willams, Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden, Mrs. Jo Rose, Minnie LaValle, Mrs. Alice Wright, Otis Stanfield and Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Keesee were honored on their 50th wedding an- niversary on Sunday, Nov. 30 at Trinidad Community Center by their friends of the Church of Christ. Friends and relatives registered at the guest table during the hours of 2-4 p.m. Dock and Laverne renewed their Christmas tree was outside and the group sang "Silent Night." Bro. Floyd Loven of Lakeside Baptist gave the Christmas scripture from Matthew and dismissed in prayer. Thanksgiving Eve. A very special thanks goes to Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linker and girls Arnold, Jerry Taylor, James Reily, visited in Winfield during the holidays. Annette Arnold, Rosemary Arnold and Randy King of Austin visited with Nellie Arnold for getting the Christmas parents, Bennie and Barbara King, lighted star ready each year for during theThanksgivingholidays. everyone to enjoy during our Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Cude were in season. Nacogdoches for Thanksgiving. Guests in the home of John and Mr. and Mrs. Houston Moore were in Margaret French were Elizabeth and Fort Worth visiting with her sister. Harold Gray of Glen Rose, Mary Nell Many Christmas lights have been and Bob Gray, Dorothy and Hud turned on. Warren of Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brewster of with her new granddaughter, Alexan- the Rowlands. Linda returned to dra Brooke, daughter of Peggy and Longview and stayed untiI Sunday. Bruce Wall. Alexandra, weighing 8 Ibs., The 50th wedding anniversary of Doc I oz., arrived home from the hospital on and Laverne Keesee was made lovely by many ladies of the Church of Christ. Mrs. Mac Brantley and Mrs. Pat Ball bought the crystal plates and cups to be used by the Church of Christ members for future weddings, showers and receptions. Mrs. Pat Ball bought the lovely lace tablecloths and Mrs. Laveta Phillips made them to be used for the church. Mrs. Mae Brantley made the punch and Pat Ball and Laveta Phillips were busy Saturday morning making the white cake squares. Everyone enjoyed the happy occasion shared with wedding vows with Bro. Oscar Brantley Guests during the Thanksgiving Longview spent Thanksgiving Day with the Keesees, including your writer. officiating. Great-grandsons, James holiday at the Otis Stanfields' were Copeland and Curtis Copeland, served Larry Stanfield, Beaumont; Mr. and "~~ as ring bearers. Doc and Laverne were Mrs. Allen Boyart of the Houston; the married in Vinson, Okla. Nov. 29, 1930. Lundy family. Mrs. Keesee opened lovely gifts and a Lillian Smith, daughter Lena "NT Ag y !l money tree with crisp new $5, $10 and Goodenough and son Frank II .... Insurance enc their many, many friends and Thanksgiving Day with mother and had .... All Lines of lnsura relatives. " Thanksgiving dinner with Helen and [[ *Ant0 *Business II Jimmie Sharber of Key Ranch made' Frenchie. a moat remarkable family tree of all/ Word was received of the death of 226 N. 'l'rrr~ St. JERRY A. GARRISON 489-O512 church members and their children of Adam Steele, grandson of Roy and Lois the Church of Christ which everyone Cain of Whitehouse. enjoyed reading. Adam died in a hunting accident. The refreshment table was covered with white lace cloth and white un- derlay. The center of the table held a lovely silk flower arrangement. The table was accented with crystal and silver appointments. A lovely three-tier wedding cake was served and also white cake squares with a gold leaf, Adam attended school here in Trinidad while living here with his grandparents. Our sympathy to all family members. Guests in the home of Willie and Chilton Derden on Thanksgiving were their children and grandchildren. Special guest was granddaughter Jetter Bunn McDaniel. is open for business Serving breakfast, lunch 8, dinner and 2. Those present were Jewel white rose buds with 50th; gold punch Uhrich, Gladys Randall, Kathy Prnka, was served. A gold ribbon across the Kathi Boler, Danna Ferrell, Walt front of the refreshment table said from Ferrell, Melessia Boler, Ellen Sharp, your friends who love you. Gladys Yates, Buela Trotman, Vivian It was a great day for Dock and Black, Nola B. Lincecum, Dorothy Laverne; their children, Billy Joe Harrison, Gertrude Stanfield, Barna Keesee, Carl Keesee and Thresia Miller, Alice Wright and Cleora Barber; grandchildren, Shelia Nolan and Steve Lindsey visited with the Russell Nolans. The ladies W.M.U. of First Baptist Church will have their Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions on Monday, Dec. 1 through Friday, Dec. 5. They'll meet each day at 10 a.m. The U.M.Y.F. will serve a chili with new owners- James 8, Judy Rogers Fresh Catfish on Fridays Downtown Trinidad Nov. 29, ll:30a.m.,atWilk- Fleming. The meeting closed with Chapel in Waco, for prayer by Mrs. Gladys Yates. Lee (Ginny) Martin, 46 years. Refreshments were cake, coffee, apple services were held at cider anddips. Cemetery at 3 p.m. Saturday Charles Moran, son-in-law, beautiful memorial service to Martin, daughter, sang Prayer." Survivors are Bill Martin, Waco; two Kathy Martin and Marsha two sons, Chris Martin and were presented by friends to the Trinidad Fund and to Oral Roberts in loving memory of our r Martin. Slack of the Home Service of Texas Power & Light r of Athens will present slides dishes and give recipe at the high school auditorium. are invited to attend Dec. 9, and Richard Taafe were out the sick and shut-ins on Wed- The Mankin Assembly Church had 23 present Sunday, two visitors and a great service. The building fund is growing. Gertrude Washburn is in I.C.U. at Navarro Hospital. Visiting in the home of Otis and Juanita on Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kenworthy of Lorton, Va. and Jan Stanfield of Beaumont. Guests in the home of Maxine Green and Mrs. Annie Lanier were Mrs. Buford Chiles of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. Omega Harkins of Royce City; Charles and Carolyn Jones of Jacksonville and girls. Here visiting for Thanksgiving with the Steve Parkers and deer hunting were Mr. and Mrs. George Parker of Freeport and Mr. and Mrs. John Ben Parker and eight-month-old daughter. Bill and Glenna Green and daughters were in Leonard for a family reunion during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. McCrackin spent and Melissa Boler Thanksgiving at home. Buddy Mc- Hazel Johnston's on Monday Crackin and son James .of Midland Lke Christmas cards, visited with them. lad Mrs. Tommy Stanfield and The film "Born Again" will be shown of Palestine were here Sunday on Dec. 7 at First Baptist Church. A dinner and to special invitation is extended. Stanfield's birthday. Mary Sue Smyth of Irving visited receiving tests in a Houston with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert i Joe Prnka came home with a Smyth. Jerri McElroy, Susan McElroy, ~d Mrs. Otis Stanfield and son, Sandy Lohnmn, David Lohnmn, Sharon in DallasonThanksgiving Martin and Jeffery Martin were MickyHeryla. Christmas shopping in Dallas on sister of Ark, has Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elsom and family and Joe Dautel and children, spent the holidays visiting with d Joey, of Fort Worth visited relatives in Alvard. Thornases and daughter, J.C. and Dora Peebles spent last Michelle, on Saturday andweek visiting in Livingston and Houston ' with J.C.'s sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy high school basketball boys' Moffett, James and Faye Parks of ~on their game with Scurry Houston. e Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Vickie Lindsey of Gun Kay and Robert Garcia of Barrel and children, Lauri and Gilbert, and children, David and visited with the Nubbin Flemings on ofHouston;PatsyandButch Saturday and attended the funeral and children, Mitzy and services forGinnyMartin. Athens visited with mother Mondo, Donna and children visited in Thanksgiving holidays. Ranger over the weekend. of Richardson visited Congratulations to Trinidad Area parents on Friday and Lake football team. The team was made up of Charlie Freeman, Vincent Norris and Glenn Boyd. Janie and little Daniel Stanfield with Tommy and Gertrude v and Sunday. in the home of Bro. and Mrs. Doris' parents, Mr. and [Simpson of Fairfield, Ill. and Ellen Bass of Aurora, Ill. Special service Bro. Melvin Rowland of the United Methodist Church presented the devotional, scripture from Luke 2, at Cedar Lake Nursing Home. Minnie Lou Mike, Gena and Mandy of Granbury visited with the Copeland, Debra Richey, Kirn Keesee, Todd Keesee and Eddy Keesee; great- grandchildren, Curtis Copeland and James Copeland. Guests were from Dallas, Kemp, Kerens, DeSoto, Linen, Crowell, Garland, Chandler, Abilene, Whitehouse, Kenny, Eustace and Albuquerque, N.M. Here visiting Thanksgiving with mother Ethel McGee were Roy and Mable McGee of Tyler, Becky McGee of Dallas, Lee McGee of Austin, Marsha Kelley and daughter, Lindsey, of Arkansas. Guests for Thanksgiving in the home of Bro. Bill and Shirley Watson were parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bollier; Mrs. Melba Goodwln and daughter, Chavon, of Hamilton; their daughter, Ludene, Dirk, Jeremy and Alisha Durham of Brownsboro, and their son, Billy Earl Watson of Garland. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller, Matt, Blake and Kristi of Longview visited with parents. Rev. Melvin Rowland visited Monday and Tuesday in Longview with his father who has been ill. Robbie Floyd's children and grand- daughters of Henderson were here on Thursday for a visit. With Thanksgiving Community Thanksgiving services were held Tuesday, Nov. 25,. 7 p.m., at Trinidad Community Center with a large crowd present. A welcome was given by Bro. Floyd Loven, pastor of Lakeside Baptist Church. David Burton led the congregation in" 'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus." Scripture ad prayer was led by Bro. Bill Watson, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, reading from Psalm 118. The Calvary Baptist quartet, Tommy Spann, Roy Reever, Sue McElroy and Vivian Reever, ac- companied by Sandy Lohman, sang "Heaven's Jubilee." Congregational singing included "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder" and "Count Your Many Blessings." Thanksgiving offering will be used during 1981 for needy families. Baptist Lakeside Singers, David Burton, Jim Langford, Harold Templin, Judi Langford, Elaine Templin and Pat Holbert, accompanied by Juanice Burton on piano, presented "Family of GOd" and "Something Good Is About to Happen." Bro. Dan Boler of First Baptist presented the Thanksgiving message with scriptures from Psalm 100, Genesis 17, Deuteronomy 8:7 and Exodus 14:31 and closed his sermon reading the song, "America the Beautiful." The invitation was "Just As I Am." The lighting of the annual Featuring Litton Very Informative* Good Food* Fun Presented by Bill & Brenda Vinson At: Home Entertainment Center Located: Hwy. 31 Malakoff across from Fred Sonntag Ford luncheon following the morning wor- ship service Sunday, Dec. 7. Ozie Land had in her home Thanksgiving her son, Steve Land, his wife Linda, daughter Leah and son Matt of Athens; her daughters, Anita Mallory and sons, Larry and Steve, of Tyler, and Jennie Ludwig and sons, Brandon and Scott, of Carrollton. The girls came on Wednesday and stayed until Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Keith Chiles and children visited with mother on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman, Charlie, Mrs. Verna Burgstroum visited in Arkansas during the holidays. Guests in the home of Ann and Bobby Rounsavall on Thanksgiving were parents, Jim and Lillian Bradsbaw, Jamie ann ./arm Bradshaw; Gene and Jack Lundy and children of Winbexly; ~anuI)y and Don Cleveland of Austin; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bassett #of Athens. :~ On Nov. 30, 8:15 p.m., the Doctrine Study Class began at First Baptist Church. Thanksgiving guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rozell were their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. George O'Neal, Sandy and George Jr. of Freeport and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rotramel, Ronda, Tlna, Shanne and Laura of Lake Jackson. Mrs. Jolmnie Martin is in Granbury . Air Conditioning- Car & Trucks . Brakes *Tune-Ups Oil & Grease. Parts & Supplies Electrical Work YOUR LEE TIRE DEALER CHECK OUR LOW PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY! AUTO WE FiX FLATS! LEE REPAIRS TIRES Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489-1534 Malakoff / 1. Keep heating equipment at top operating efficiency. Have it checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 2. Set thermostat at 68 or lower. Lower to 50- 60 if you'll be away several days. 3. Weatherstrip doors and windows; caulk cracks to prevent drafts and warm air loss. 4. Check the filter every 30 days on forced-air systems. If filter is permanent, clean it by manufacturer's directions; if it's disposable, replace if dirty. 5. Thorough home insulation keeps the warmth in, cuts energy use. Can pay for itself by lowering heating (and cooling) costs. 6. When fireplace is not in use, keep damper closed. 7. On sunny days open draperies, blinds to let in warmth of sun. 8. Open outside doors as little as possible. 9. Keep furniture, draperies away from air outlets and returns so air will flow easily. Clean often. Conserve electricity and you help conserve one or more of the fuels needed to produce it. Conserve fuels and you help assure that there will be enough to meet essential needs for electricity in the future. When you pass a TP&L office, warehouse, generating plant or other facility, you'll see that we've turned off all non-essential lighting. And, in as many other ways as possible, TP&L is reducing its own uses of electricity. /f you wou/d /ike additiona/ information on conserving e/ectrici , ca//the Customer Service Representative in the TP&L Office. BRING THIN AD FOR A SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON A MICROWAVE OVEN AND ACCESSORIF ! Conducted by Economist Freda Doolen Time: 7:00 p.m. Dec. i I II'~XAS I~()WER & I.I(;H I" C( )MPANY A' tax,paying, Jnvestor-ow ~)d electric utility )t