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Jerry and Teresa Taylor and Jason spent the week between Christmas and New Years in Austin visiting Teresa's mother and sister, Mrs, Noreen Jones and Cynthia. Visiting with Sue and Cleo Taylor for Christmas was her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Donahoe, and nephew, John Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman and family visited in Arkansas with their parents Christmas. Ml. and Mrs. Payton Graham and family visited with the McElroys during the holidays. Visiting their parents was Gene Freeman of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Tucker of Bryan. Barney Tolor of Wxahachie visited Wed- newday with the Fleming and Gaylen Johnson families. Otis Stanfield is a patient in Corsicana Hospital. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John French, Mr and Mrs. Barry Hayes, Hunts- DiMe, M. and Mrs. Willard Clark, Beaumont, Mary Nell French of Tyler. The Clarks and Mary Nell went to Colorado to ski. Thomas Taaffe of Joshua, Texas, visited with mother over weekend ..... 'and ]f' Delbt Symi Corado Springs visited with mother during holidays. Mr. Frank Van OrdeR visited in Ft. Stockton with Dr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and family during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs Marshall Marlow visited with their children, Mr. and Ms. Stanley Marlow of Pasadena, and the Joe Hartmans and Sam in Austin during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Saunders visited with relatives in San Antonio and Kingsville during the holidays. Mrs. Robert Prime and Mr. and Claude Johnson visited in Prescott, Ark., with relatives. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips were their daughter and grand- children. Mr. and Mrs. nudger Kelley and Bill of Victoria visited with parents Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kelley. A Christmas 42 party was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rose. Janice Reeves of Waco visited with her sister Edith R oberson on Friday. Tommy Clemments of Mesquite visited with his father over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. PeBbles grandchildren have visited during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Bryson Jr. visited with their sons Barry and Joe in Lubbock. Michael Tillis of the U.S. Navy is on Leave from Florida visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jim May. Mr. H.A. Lewis was home from Alaska to visit with his family at Christmas time. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Jackson visited in Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchum and daughters of Waco are vacationing in Trinidad with parents Mr. and Mrs. Harden Airheart, and relatives. Rev. and Mrs. George Olson visited with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garon and sons, in Bryan. All County Team Jay Tart, Trinidad Trojan Sophomore, was chosen Sophomore of the Year on the All County Team of Henderson County. Other Trojans mentioned were Jeff Thorpe, Greg Calvin, and Randy Collins. The United Methodist Women met for their program and business by opening with a welcome and prayer by Mrs. Fleming. The program, the Symbolism of Chrismas Tree and the Meaning and History by Mrs. Rose Olson. The White symbols are for purity and the Gold for life eternal. The meeting closed with the motto. Pam and Stephanie Sullivan of Spring visited with grandpar#hts, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston during the holidays. Helen and Elizabeth Clark visited this past week with grandparents. Grandchildren visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Johnston were Paula Johnston of Tyler, and Matt and Julie Abee of Mesquite. Mary Sue Symith of Dallas visited with Mrs. Austin Osburn and her parents. Mrs. George Black returned home Thursday after a visit to Tampa, Fla., with the George Lawrence Blacks and family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Berry and Janna of Gran- bury visited with their parents during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie King and Greg and Randy visited with parents in Alvard. New Year's Eve Watch Party was held Friday at 10 p.m., Dec. 31, in the Educational Building of the United Methodist Church. Holy Communion was held at midnight. Best All Around Girl Denice LoveR has been selected as Best All Around Girl and Wittiest Girl on Campus by the Student Body of Jacksonville Baptist Collece. Denice was elected secretary of the Jeff D. Welch Memorial Mission Bank and treasurer of her freshman class. She is the daughter of ReD. and Mrs. Floyd Loven. The Calvary Baptist members traveled around town on MOnday night, Dec. 20, singing Christmas carols to many homes. We enjoyed them. Brother Jack Allen filled the pulpit on Dec. 26 at the Calvary Baptist while Bro. and Mrs. James Bliss and family were visiting with relatives in Louisiana and Mississippi. Trinidad received word that they had been turned down by the Economic Development Administra. tier for the city application for a $270,000 grant. Also Trinidad School application under the same program was turned down. Mr. and Mrs. John Bell MALAKOFF NEWS Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines and Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden were Mr. and Mr. Bobby Craig and Michael of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Chamberlain, Marco, Marci, Garland, Ballow Hines, Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines Jr., Steven and Lori, Shidell, La., Buster, Mark Hines, Baton Rouge, La., Mr. and Mrs. V. Chamberlain, Lampasses, Mr. Douglas Chamberlain, Galveston, Farris Ballow, Terrell, and George Ballow, Malakoff. Mrs. Diane Tolor Town- son visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Johnson on Wednesday. Twenty eight family members celebrated Christmas Day in the home of Mrs. Walter Fleming Sr. M. S. Fund The Trinidad funds turned in to Multiple Sclerosis for 1976 was $156. A reading program for Trinidad students, second through sixth grades, was carried out. Chairman was Mrs. J.C. Airheart. Mrs. W.C. Fleming Jr. was chairman for the Beta Club group. Mrs. Ray Kent was co chairman. The Reading Program incourages the children to read books. They get people to sponsor them so much a book. The money they receive goes to the National Multiple Sclerosis. This will be done next year, too. Laura Bradley read the most books. Visiting with the Alex Johnston Saturday were Mrs. Oran Carnes, Mrs. Paul Bozeman of Groves, Texas. Robin SmaMng sang a special for the morning services at United Methodist Church on Jan. 2. Robin is a student at Jacksonville Baptist College. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Terry and daughter visited in San Saba with their parents. Joel Duane Dunacusky, Jr., infant son of Joel and Kathy Dunacusk 0f,.Tni- dad.had surgery Dee. 23 and remained in the hospital through Dec. 27th. He's doing fine after doctors repaired a valve in his digestive tract. A welding shop course begins Tvesday Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. The course will be each Tuesday night for eight weeks and will cover MIG Joe Stubblefield Named To Child Welfare Board Joe Stubblefield of Trini- dad was named to the Henderson County Child Welfare Board by Commis- sioners Court Tuesday. The court appointed Stubblefield on recommend- ation of Tommy Dawson who was also appointed head of the Henderson County Child Welfare Board by the commissioners at the first meeting of the new year. It also marked the first official attendance of com- missioners court by Precinct Winners Told In Trinidad Yule Contest Ray Kent, chairman of the Jaycees Christmas Contest announced this year's winner following the judging on Dec. 21. First place residential was awarded to the Claud Thompson home on 122 Trotman Road and honorable mention went to the Ed Reeve home on McEntire. The Town of Trinidad received the award as Best Commercial decorated Christmas tree in front of the Community i commissioner Jim Blake ney and Precinct 3 commis- sioner W. T. Featherston, who were elected in Novem- ber. Blakeney replaces Leo Kinabrew and Featherston replaces Larry Everett on the Court. In other action the court passed an order to accept Twin Oaks subdivision, changing the designation of roads from private to public. i!ii Trinidad Menu iiii ::: 5:: January 10 - 14 Monday: Spaghetti with Sauce, Garden Salad, Green Beans, Cake Squares, Bread, Milk. Tuesday: Beef Patties, Gravy, Snow Flake January 6' Center, runner up was the Dairy Mart. ve, Bil Jessie Louise, to Rayme . Lloyd Giles, son of Mr.r'2 o(I. - " of |nyom Mrs. Charles Waro from page one of construction within 90 Presumably the building days. Tentative plans will be built on the Melton submitted must be finalized property, but Mayor and advertisements made for Thompson said at an bids, and a contract awarded October council meeting that within that period. "an alternative site can be Plans for the proposed obtained at a moment's building were drawn by notice if the city needs it." Jackson Cases and The architect's sketch Associates, Architects, for shows entrances to the Barber & Associates. proposed civic center from The building is scheduled Mitcham and Church for construction on the Streets. Off-street' parking Melton property, a tract for 14 cars in shown on behind Citizen State Bank. Church Street. The council had initially An 81 by 30 foot library is voted to sell the tract to the shown on the preliminary Citizens State Bank, but a sketch, along with a 16 by 12 .12 work a on room associated with the matter that the city should library. not let the bank's desire to A large 37 by 22 foot buy the property stand in conference room, and a the way of obtaining the smaller 20 by 20 reception grant GRANT Billy Joe Davis and family would room, presumably designed DouOas Sets for use as a public meeting lOth c_ _,Anni.'versary facility is included in the Concert For Elderly sketches. Municipal offices include a  I[]}eClll Tony Douglas and the main city office room 30 by like to thank their friends for 10 years patronage, and to invite you share in their Act puny' electl Puny, after Thq lucre; Open til 4:00 Saturday W. R. McKee Lumber Co. Hwy. 31 E.- Phone Malakoff 489-0527 due l chum !. gross ; by 27 A on fi Austi ity, a Coal p 00EET METAL SHOP Ale CONDITIONING Sales- SarAce FREE Estimates Day or Night rcial - Residential Mob,e Home Air & mtAKOFF 40S ley. 3t E. Cayuga 489-074100.,  4992282 See.., Sue Barnett For: HOME COMMERCIAl' AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Empi0yer National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489-0520 510 W. Royail Blvd. Bisoount GBC , :porllng--- Goods 887-8524 Wholeukt Retail Register l@r FREE Black IklSs OOIITEST Black BasS Weighed In" Each Month ! Be Fresh or on Ice. No frozen fish. and Vicki visited in Dallas and TIC welding. For more information call  Darrell Shrimpers will perform their 22 feet, a 16 by 20 feet office, second annual concert for vault and storage facilities. during Christmas. Terry at Trinidad High Jan, John, and Judy senior citizens at Henderson A14 by 24-foot city court 2 Ham.uurgers ........... '1 McClintock of Ennis visited School. County Junior College room, a 16 by 12 police office with mother during the Lions Club Auditorium, Athens, on and a16 by 12 judges office is provided, as well as a 30 holidays. pTU:sday, Jan. 11 at 2:30 Cafeteria Lunch Sl 4 BillMiller, sonofMr, and Meeting Set by 36 foot fire engine room, a Mrs. W.M. Miller, has The concert is free and 25 by 12 work shop and a 10 W/ drink & tax .......... " resigned as assistant track zlU igfltV'n:"=" open only to senior citizens by 12 ready room adjacent to " "ca 1 6 coach at the Univesity of 60 years of age or older, the engine room. Texas, effective Dec. 31. Bill The Malakoff Lions Club The program is sponsored There is also a 12 by 24 Coffee ......... is resigning to sell text will meet at 6:30 p.m. by Title VII and III Older foot lounge, a 12 by 8 foot books for Houghton Miffin tonight for their regular Texans programs at kitchen, a 22 by 14 foot Publishing Co. of Tyler, meeting at the Lions Den. Henderson County Junior locker room, a men's and Trinidad Dairy Mart Texas. Former assistant Joe Faulk will conduct a College. women's restroom and a Track coach, Miller won six lie detector test as the For further information shower-toilet facility is ad- NAIA National Champion- call Val Tumlinson at jacent to the fire station ships three in the long jump program. 675-2115. portion. and triple jump, while GENERAL attending McSurrey RI=VI=NUI= ACTUAL USE REPORT College. He was inducted SHARING into NAIA Hall of Fame in me 1972. GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS, YOUR GOVERNMENT MUST PUBLISH  Mr. and Mrs. Maurice THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1, 1976, THRU DECEMBER 31,  z 1976. THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT'S PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE Wright, Piper Maranna of FUNDS SHOULD BE SPENT. NOTE: ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF  Garland visited with mother REVENUE SHARING, WASHINGTON, D.C. 2022. ) last Sunday. ACTUAL EXPENDITURES (Include Obligations''"=f  Tm' GOVERNMENT Mr. and Mrs. Houston (A) CATEGORIES (e) CAPITAL (C) OPERATING t OF TR IN IDAD TOt.dN MAINTENANCE Moore and family visited in has received General Revenue Sharing West Texas.  PUBLIC SAFETY $ $ payments totahng , , 7 7-' A Christmas 42 party was 2 ENVIRONMENTAL during the period from July 1, 1976 thru December 31, 1976 held in the home of Mr. and PROTECZ*ON $ $ V / ACCOUNT NO. Mrs. Bill Miller Monday 3 PUBLIC 4 4 L' 1 0 ? 0 0 TRANSPORTATION $ $ Dec. 20. TRINIDRD TOWN 767 Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Cole- 4 HEALTH $ "t77 $ Myr.,R TRINIDAD TEXAS 7163 man visited with Mr. and s RECREATION $ , $ Mrs, Hellas Hines on Thursday and Friday. s LIBRARIES $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Spud ...... Mitchum and daughters of z SOCIAL SFRVICE$ FOR AGED OR POOR $ $ Houston, Mr. and Mrs. 8 FINANCIAL Howard Eaton and son of ADMINISTRATION $  ", Chandler visited with 9 MULTIPURPOSE AND : ::::: ::::::::::::> : :.:: :.:,- ,':.. +:.-.,.....:..'<...x&\