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4ve D. D. Sawyer of Sang- arrived New Years Day an extended visit with her Mrs. V. B. Bayless. guests of their nmer Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bey- and Holly of Denton; Mr. Mrs. Jack Bayless, Gina Jeffrey of Houston; Mr. Mrs. James Bayless, and Bryan of Arlington Mr .and Mrs. Fredrick 'tess, Lanette and Landis L and Mrs. R. R. Rozell been making regular of late to Garland to on the condition of grandson, Terry Wayne who was critically in- here on Christmas Day in a car wreck. Terry suffered multiple injuries when the car he was driving failed to make a curve on a TP&L road and crashed dead center into a pecan tree. He was first carri- ed to Memorial Hospital in Athens and then moved to Garland Memorial to he clos- er to the home of his mother, Mrs. Maxine Robertson. Last Saturday, he underwent major surgery on the face and is scheduled for future body re- pair work. At this writing, he is reported to be getting along as well as could be expected. Terry's room number is 141 B. Harden Airheart was brought home Saturday from Memorial 0 0 0 o 0 o o 0 Q o 0 o 0 NNER NOWI Keep our Services Hospital in Athens after being admitted on the previous Mon- day evening because of severe leg cramps. His condition was said to be much improved and he will receive additional med- ical attention from his local doctor, according to his daughter, Mrs. Mike Mitchum. Mrs. Bonnie Bell Stanfield has returned to her home in Houston following a visR of several days in the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ridgway. Dr. and Mrs. Zane Mason of Abilene were weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaston. Holiday guests in the home included the Gas- ton's son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Gaston of Carbondaie, Ill., who also vis- Red with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ballow of Athens. Dr. Gaston is assistant pro- fessor of sociology at South- ern IlUnios UniversRy, and the couple was reunited here with his sisters and their fam- ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Story, Kristi and Meliasa of Fort Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Carter and Jennifer of this city. Johnny Wallace of Martins Mill, also joined the holiday group. Pat and Bonnie Smith cele- brated their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Tuesday, Dec. 23, and were then joined for the holidays by their daugh- ters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harris of Fort Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Mont- gomery and Monte of Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Armando Ren- teria are some of the newer residents of Trinidad and are now making their home in the Hoskins Apartments. Mrs. Renterla will be" remembered as the former Miss Donna Johnston. Mr. andMrs. F. F. Johns- ton left over the weekend for Bloomfield, New Mexico to visit for the next month or so in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston. Before leaving, El- marie was very careful to leave a change of address for the News as she said she didn't want to mlss a single copy. Mr .and Mrs. T. J. Trotman Jr., were in Dallas during the holidays as houseguests of their daughter, Mrs. Jewell Pendarvis who was hostess for Christmas dinner for other family members. Those at- tending were Mr. and Mrs. AI Deal and two children, Carla and Jeffrey and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Trotman, Sheree and She- liah, all of Dallas. Many Attend Bradley 00nniversary Mr. and Mrs. Truman T. Bradley of Crescent Heights, were honored on Sunday Dec. 21 by their children, Mrs. Vir- ginia Robrtson of Seagoville and Chester Bradley Sr., of Houston, on the occasion of the couple's Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary. The reception was held in the home of Truman's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peebles at 182 Mc- Entire Street in Trim'dad from two to five in the afternoon. Already elaborately decorat- ed for the holiday season, the home took on added glamour in the entertainment area of the dining room den with the refreshment table draped in gold satin and overlaid with net featuring a floor length Mr. and Mrs. Norman Law- ler of Ranger, were here to spend the weekend with her daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Morgan, Erik and Bret and Mr. and Mrs. Armando Renteria. While here, the couple became ac- quainted with their new grand- son, Master Erik Christopher Morgan who was 10 days old at this writing. Postmaster and Mrs. Leo Strange spent several days of the holiday season touring points of interest in south Tex, as. The couple made the trip in their completely equipped trailer. Mrs. Ellen Mabrey and son, Maxle OF Pasadena, Texas; stopped by and picked up her mother, Mrs. R. E. Smith and the trio went on to Waco to spend Christmas Day and the day after in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Griffin. Ellen and Maxie reutrned by way OF Trinidad to drop Fannie off before co their trip home. Holiday guests in the home of Mrs. Lillian MRchum were Bernard Mltchum of Augusta, Georgia, who was here for two ,weeks and Mrs. Louise Eaton and daughter, Laura o Canton.  : ) Weekend houseguasts of Mr/ and Mrs. Lee Williams were their grandchildren, Melinda and Douglas Wlllams, children of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Williams of Laurel, Miss. While here, the two also visit- ed with their uncle and fam- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Lelan Wil- liams, Donald, Paul and Scott. ruffled skirt. An arrangement of gold murns, interspersed with yellow spider mums and deep greenery nestled in bronze crockery was seated on a silver tri-pod base and form- ed the background setting for the crystal and silver appoint- ments. The top layer of the anniversary cake was separat- ed from the two lower sections with a matching silver tripod and was topped with a bride and groom encircled in a gold wreath. Mrs. Barbara Jo Thomas of Copperas Cove, Mrs. Paula Farris of Athens, Mrs. Nettie Ruth Robertson of Malakoff and Miss Markey Bradley of Trinidad, all granddaughters of the honored couple, alter- nated in serving cups of gold punch and cake squares to the many friends and relatives who called to offer their con- gratulations. Gifts were opened and dis- played in the master bedroom of the home and members of the houseparty were identified by corsages of yellow mums tied with a gold ribbon. Truman and Lillie are con- sidered by Trinidadites as na- tives of the town as both lived here for many years and have never moved "too far from home." Truman was bern in 1897 at Rice, Texas, and fol- lowing his father's death, moved to Trinidad with his mother and her family when he was only eight years of age. Lillie, his future bride, was horn in Britchville, Tennessee, in 1901 and the family moved to Texas in 1903. Both Truman and Lillie grew up and went to school together until Truman was drafted into the United States Army in 1918. After seven months r the service, he came home to resume court- ship with his childhood sweet- heart. On December 23, 1919, Lillie came into town to spend the night with her sister, Mrs. Sam Stanfield and Truman made a date with her to take her to a 42 party. After the 'party, Truman popped the question, LilUe accepted and the couple decided to get married the next day. The bridegrcom-to-be was up bright and early the next morning, hitched his big white horse to the buggy and came by to claim his bride. The Miss Cindy Waiters return- ed over the weekend from Laurel, Miss. where she spent the Christmas and New Year holidays with her father, Thurman Waiters and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Waiters. couple drove 14 miles to Wof- ford where his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bradley lived. Mr. Bradley and his daughter, Ellis, then drove the betrothed in a Model T car to Athens where the wedding ceremony was performed in the court house. After return- ing to Wofford, the newly married couple got in their buggy and returned o Trini- dad amidst a sleet and snow storm. The couple has lived in Crescent Heights for the past 20 years and are proud of their six grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mrs. H. E. Marlow is in Angleton on a three weeks visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Lambert. She returned to An- gleton with the Lambert's who were visiting relatives in this area. Sam Moseley was able to be returned to his home on Satur- day from the Navarro Memor- ial Hospital in Corsicana where he had been since the Christmas weekend for treat- ment of a respiratory illness. Sam became ill while visiting relatives in Dallas during Christmas. He is reported to be improved though still quite weak. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines were privileged to have all their children home during the holidays. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Hollis B. Hines Jr.., Suzy, Buster, Mark, Steven and Lori all of SUdell, La; Ballow Hines of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Chamber- lain and daughter, Margo of Garland and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dan Craig of Athens. The families also visited with Mrs. John Stacy. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Gary Morgan "Seaman Stanley Marlow left on Tuesday of last week for long Beach, Calif. where he is stationed aboard the USS Lucid. He was here to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Marlow during the Christmas holidays. The fam- ily was also joined by the Mar- low's daughter and son-in-law, Mr .and Mrs. Charles Richard- son of Denison and his par- ents, Mr .and Mrs. J. C. Rich- THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, January 9, 1970 Page Five of Trinidad proudly announce the arrival of a second sen at 2 a.m. on December 24th at Memorial Hospital in Athens. The young man weighed five pounds, four and one half ounces and was given the name of Bret Christopher. He was gleefully welcomed as a playmate by his older brother, 14 months old, Erik Ud.stopher. Bret's maternal grandpar- ents are Mrs. Lauretta Lawler of Ranger and Don Johnston of Athens and his great mater- nal great grandmother is Mrs. Fred Johnston of this city. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mor- gan of Dallas and paternal great grandparents are Mr. Mrs. H. L. Morgan of Arling- ton. David Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Odis Ball of Houston, was returned to his home on Sunday afternoon by Jamie Bradshaw, after spending the past week here with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patterson. Weekend guests in the Patterson home were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ownby of Gra- barn who were accompanied here by C. B. Patterson OF Houston who remained for a longer visit with his brother and sister-in-law. 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