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@ put up new 20 m.p.h, street The new signs are on Eaton in front of the school Carpenter behind the school. zone is effective from 7: 30 Lm. ewel Uhrich returned home after visiting with her son, 'Uhrich, in Wilmington, Del. She sine Oct. 25. She and her from Philadelphia to Miami, thdays. Everyone enjoyed the covered dish dinner. Gifts were exchanged. Everyone expressed their ap- precintion to the 4-H boys and girls for the good job they did decorating the community center for Christmas. Roy and Tommy Stanfield spent the weekend deer hunting in Evant. Monday Elizabeth Kolacvkowski of Rock Hill visited with Lelia Mac and Jelly Owens. to Santo Domingo and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dyson are Puerto Rico, and to the Ship visiting with their grandmother, Mrs. of the Cunard Line. They Frank Dulaney. They are also visiting at night and docked at the with Teresa, Jason and Jackie Taylor. ports in the daytime: Leward They Dysons are enroute to moving to to Martinique, a French Dallas. to Autizna, West Indies, to Word has been received in Trinidad half Dutch, half french, to of the death of Pee Wee Twyman, in the Coral Islands to former Lone Star employee here. British Vigin Islands, back to Ernest Nortcutt of Waco visited and the flight back to Wednesday with Bro. and Mrs. Adith The said the vegetation Pulley. were different on each Deacon of the week at First Baptist Church was Earl Wilkinson. 11 through the lSth Mrs. The beautiful poinsettias at Trinidad four days in Orlando, Fla. UnRed Methodist Church were placed World of Disney. She there in loving memory of Jim Williams was a wonderful place to see for on his birthday by family members and ta well as children. She is also by Donna and Mondo Renteria in back at home. memory of her grandparents, Fred and has a new Odessa Johnston. Job with VFW in orange As their project the 4-H boys and girls doom are painted blue. The and sponsors have done an excellent job looks nice. in decorating the Trinidad Community Exploration, Inc. held Center for Christmas. The outside party on Friday decorations are two Christmas wreaths at 6:30 at the Trinidad Corn- on the doors. Inside they put up a Center. Pat Alrheart was the beautifully decorated tree. Charles of the door prize of a Riley drew a picture of the manger scene that is really beautiful. Everyone Houston visited with in town should go and see how beautiful Jr. the building looks. Many people have of Texas Power & Light enjoyed ties and dinners at the center. Home Service Advisors was On Thursday evening the 4-H group Athens on Wednesday af- decorated a Christmas tree at the post ) present a slide presentation office. They later went on a hayride and prepared for Christmas caroled. They were pulled on the trailer other seasons. Mrs. Cleda by President Kenny Burton on a home economics class andtractor. All reported a good time. attended at the Trinidad High Trinidad City Hall and Barksdales She presented each member have pretty Christmas decorations. an Epicurean Holiday 1981-82 Also Trinidad CRy Cleaners. class cooked and served the good recipes, serving it will begin a revival on Thursday, Dec. 17. It will close Sunday. The Rasco Mrs. Bill Freeman visited Family will be doing the preaching i nd new granddaughter in singing. The men of the Church are hoping to pour the foundation Saturday, of Christ members will weather permitting. The ladies of the Year's Eve get-together Church will be fixing the meal for the Dec. 31, beginning at6 p.m. working men. All help will be ap- at midnight at the preciated. ' Center. David Lee, missionary, was the guest Reinburg of Japan is here speaker at First Baptist Church Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Ruby morning. A covered dish dinner t Richard Taaffe. followed the services. of Beckville visited New members of First Baptist and Wednesday with his Church are Frances Edgar, by letter, i JC Peebles. Jenny Ramsey, by letter, and Sammy and Marie Riggs celebrated Ramsey by baptism. wedding anniversary Dec. More than 275 TP&L employees, are members of the families, retired and widows enjoyed a lovely Christmas dinner and party of Christ members have Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. at the sent to Juan Monroy in Youth Camp. R is always nice to see old preaching the gospel friends and meet new employees. The children enjoyed Santa's visit and their Joe Bryson of Garland gifts. Many people were the lucky With their parents, Ruth and winners of nice and useful gifts. They are building a new Nora Dlllard has been a heart patient uite. at Henderson County Memorial of Commerce Hospitalin Athens this week. at 7 p.m. in the community Congratulations to Brad Eisom and president David Buton Jimmy Carter who were named to the meeting to order. Larry e a report from the executive meeting time has been the recipes that were Richard Taaffe of Libya is at home on Everyone enjoyed hearing of Jewel's on the film. The Home leave, vacation trip. Coffee and blueberry The Mankin Assembly of God Church reported that Dr. John thyursday puting down offie. A lot of on the future housing and r was held. sorry gave is a patient at the VA in Dallas. They are doing All County football team. A good group attended the working women's Bible Study at Melissa Ed- ward's house Wednesday evening. Mrs. Edith McClintock and Mrs. Annie Knight returned home Saturday aRer a visit to the valley in Harlinton. They went over into Mexico. They reported a good time and brought home fruits. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman announce the arrival of their granddaughter, Jennifer Jean Freeman, born Dec. 7, 1981. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Freeman of Houston. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wisrodt of Galveston and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman of Trinidad. John Spencer, band director and music teacher, will present a program on Friday, Dec. 18 at 1 p.m. with band students playing Christmas carols and the 4th and 5th grade choirs singing. Cathy Mize will give a reading. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller visited in Irving with their children. Billie Davis was in Alvin to celbrate her grandson, David Tart's, second birthday and to visit with her children. Georgia Lou and C. W. Alrheart will be honored by their children and grandchildren on their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 20th, at 2 to 5 p.m. in their home on McEntire Street. The Ladies Bible Study met in the home of Gertrude Stanfield. An- nouncements were given followed by prayer by Vivian Black. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Chapter I of Peter. The closing prayer was given by Edith Young. Refreshments were served to Ellen Sharp, Jewel Uhrich, Buela Mac Trotman, Bobble Engle, Dorothy Harrison, Leona Warren, Dana Fan-ell, Walt Ferrell, Alice Wright, Sandi Eisom, Verna Eisom, Cleora eming and the hostess. A welcome home coffee for Jewel Uhrich was held in the home of MUg Ridgway Tuesday aRernoon. Guests called between the hours of 2 and 3 p.m. Senior Citizens held their and Christmas party Dec. 9th, at 10 a.m. at the center. Earl Wilkinson aial welcome to the 42 es were played before Boler gave the pryer. was sung to the who have December bit- muffins were served. Our sympathy to Carol Brlgance in the death of her father. The Trinidad Chamber gave the Booster Club the Cokes and drinks left over from the Trinidad Jamboree. Don't forget the children's Christmas program at Trinidad School Thursday evening, Dec. 17, at 7 p.m. Mothers have been busy working on circus costumes and teachers have been busy preparing the program, "Christmas Cicus". The First Baptist Church members are collecting Campbells labels for missions projects. Ruby Key of dallas hasProsented the Lakeside Baptist Church a Hammond organ, for which everyone is grateful. The Cedar Creek United Methodist hristmas Story in song and verse at 7 - ATTENTION CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS - Re dy to We !/- ss7-14, LWow a - - aP " hF ||l~t| it| #~ t~ct ~ I, !qilr Pocket Attache Attache -Open'View The perfec and unusual Christmas gift. Exotic eelskin wallet or pocket attache comes in black or cedar. Pocket attache, a reg. $37.50 value now only $29. Wallet, reg. $29, now $24. Theme premium giRs available to Cedar Creek Bank Club members only. Join Tod:ay! Contact our Hew Accounts person. Wall pock A,acbe WalletMeasures3-g:'x 3 %----i, Folded. Pocket Attache Measures 7'/2" x 4" Folded. P.O. Box 43412/Seven Points/432-3611/Member FDIC Cedar Creek Bank The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 17, 1981--7A By Mrs. W. C Fleming, Jr. p.m. Doe. 13th. The children and youth meeting, Brownie Troop 741 decorated sponsors from Trinidad Church at- their Christmas tree. It is located in the tended. Among those there was Mr. and front window of their meeting place, Mrs. Houston Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Trinidad City Hall. Each member Mondo Renteria, Mrs. Ann Rounsavall, brought decorations from home, most Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Amy of which they made themselves. The and Chad Rounsavall, Todd Monroe, homemade decorations count as one of Greg King, Jed and Megan Johnson, their 12 projects needed to achieve the Vicki Warren and children, Chris, Yearly "Brownie B" patch. Amongthe Misty and Cameron, Ryan and Melissa decorations were glittered pine cons, Renterla, RickyStanfield. felt picture frams, glittered cotton Brownie Troop 741 and Junior Girl balls, jeweled and beaded halls and salt Scout Troop 457 won first place with dough ornaments made from the dough their float entry in the Malakoff the girls made during a previous Christmas parade, meeting. Their theme was "Peace on Earth, The lights are on every night so be Goed Will Toward Men." sure and drive by and see it. Their The float featured the Statue of Christmas Party will be held Tuesday Liberty, portrayed by Jr. Scout Krystal night, Dec. 22, at 6 p.m. and girls will Davis and a reproduction of the Liberty exchange gifts. Brownie Leader Bell. Flag bearers were Jrs. Linda Georgia Davis reported that she is Annette Arnold, Wendy Glaze, and lucky to have such a fine group of girls Brownie Jennifer Reid. The float was and helpful parents. filled with members from both troops The honor rolls have been announced as follows: Jr. Scouts: Rachael for Trinidad school for the second six Walden, Love Polk, Misty Glaze, An- weeks. drea Hubbard, Starvond Bailey and 12th grade A Honor R.II, Brad Eisom Marie Bichelle. Brownies: LaCosta and Larry Parker. A-B Honor Roll, Davis, Nikki Phillips, Mellssa Ren- Michael Airheart, Vicki Bell and teria, Keri Boler, Kita Polk, Shanay MichelleFugate. Bailey and Tracey Boyd. Most were 11th grade A-B Honor Roll, Paul dressed in uniform guarding the statue Alrheart, Greg King and Kindra Tiner. and bell and other were citizens. 10h grade A-B Honor Roll, Penny Jr. Scout leader Nelda Arnold and Johnston, Kristi Jones and Mickey Brownie leader Georgia Davis are very Stevens. roud of the girls and appreciate the 9th grade A-B Honor Roll, Mike elp from parents on the float, a special Colman, Karol Sanford and Tara thanks goes to the Trinidad Volunteer Thorpe. 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