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--~The Ma!akoff_News, Th_ursdayyFeb. 19,, 19S1--7A I . . By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. followed by Jerry Stanfleld with six, Mrs. Nola B. Lincecum returned Public Health Service. Mr. Dorow is in and Tim Polk with one. Other players home from Abilene. charge of placing the federal were Alan Livingston, James Boyd and Tuesday Bridge Club met in the home scholarship doctors in the entire state ?! ~ ~ of Mrs. Clyde Rose. of Texas. He explained the options and Greg King, all of whom fated to score , The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce obligations of both the community and any points. has made application to District 7, the doctor who chooses to come. Mr. byTheMildredVarsitYbygirlsa scoreWere ofalso29-15.defeatedThe : North East Texas Health Agency for Dorow said the federal scholarship scorers were Louise Hornbuckle, their section of Henderson Co. to be doctor chooses the designated area seven, Lori Tidmore, two, Kristi Jones, ,, designated a "family-practitioner where he wishes to serve his two, Vickie Bell, two, and Penny ( manpower shortage area." The ap- obligations. The community also has a oonnston, two. ] ~ ! !~ il plication has passed two hearings in~choice of accepting or rejecting any " rhe Jr. Varsity boys basketball game Texas. It is now in the federal agency in area designated. was played here at 5:30 p.m. on Maryland for final approval. Notice A question and answer period Tuesday with the Trinidad boys getting should be received by early May. followed Mr. Dorow's speech. We a win over Dawson by a score of 25-22. The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce certainly appreciate the community Halftime score was Trinidad 10, met Monday at 7 p.m. at the Corn- interest in this vital program and Dawson 9. High point man was Derek i !ii reunify Center with the president, hoping Trinidad will be getting a over 70present. Bro. Danny Bole, gave Refreshments of cookies and coffee Jackson with eight, Tim Polk, 6, Alan James Johnston, giving a welcome to doctor. Livingston, four, James Boyd, three, Greg King, two and Jerry Stanfield, the opening prayer. Dick Sharp in- were served at the conclusion of the troduced the speaker, Winton Dorow meeting. two. Trinidad Varsity girls played Dawson in an exciting close game on Tuesday ,,t night also. Halftime score was Dawson II * 23, Trinidad 18. Dawson and Trinidad l ' were tied 35-35 with 10 seconds left on Pqllll ~ II, the clock and Dawson won the game 37- , !: 35. Louise Hornbuckle led the Trojan girls with 11. Other scorers were Lori Tidmore, seven, Kristi Jones six, eli And Amy Rounsavall, three. Two Trinidad girls fouled out in the exciting m ,, , game. IBm Our junior high basketball girls / played a good game Monday night : ' against Coolidge, but came out with a .... ....... loss, 22-20. Tara Thorpe led the team 'iI / with 12 points, Rend Polk had six and Tina Linker had two. .... - ............ ..... n,,d air and J.T. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Hiler hit for 20 points in the ! ++ , Johnston, and Mr. and Mrs. junior high boys game on Monday night ..... rter. against Coolidge. Trinidad won the i " ' .s o and Resa Bragdon, elected game 28-20. OtherTrojans scoring were w"l' Onaries to Japan, presented the Michael Hornbuckle, five, Stacy Boyd, service at Calvary Baptist two, and Michael Coleman, one. They presented slides of the A special thanks to Billie and Joe "" _r In Japan, where Mike's brother is Davis at Trinidad Dairy Mart for the serving in the mission field, printing of the Trinidad Trojan Basketball schedule for 1980-81, which included the junior high teams, junior varsity teams and varsity teams. Mr. Herb Saunders was happy over his new great-granddaughter, Megan Rae Edgar, born Saturday, Feb. 6 at 6 a.m. She weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Edgar of Boise, Idaho. The paternal grandmother is Mrs. Frances Ann Edgar of Universal City, Texas. Dora and J.C. Peebles spent Satur- day in Mesquite with their children, Charles and Rita Abee and Matt. The First Baptist Ladies met Thursday at 10 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Ruby Banks for their weekly Bible Study. The meeting opened with a prayer by Mrs. Ila Dulaney. Mrs. Ruby Banks gave the program on Spiritual Gifts, from I Corinthians, Chapter 12. Mrs. Margaret Currey gave the bir- thday prayer. Those present for the meeting were Ha Dulaney, Edith Young, Janie Carter, Melessa Boler, Kathi Boler, Gladys Randall, Margaret ,7.L:dt"w'~n Boyd hit for 21 points in the inU ty boys basketball game on Friday against Mildred. The score was ,~:'~rt~--,.dad37, Mildred 30. Other s~rmernS "# ojans were Charles Co or one, Brad Elsom, eight, Kyle "We four, and Vincent Norris, three. Trojans of District 43A are 4-0 in ct play and 10-10 on the season. arn is coached by Larry Cumby. Trojan varsity boys team played .o ,ff )n on Tuesday night in a district I; . . .and came out the wmner ruth one e nlPVM showing on the clock Glenn hit the wmnmg basket which gave ", a score of 40 to 39 for Dawson. e score was Trojans, 23, 18 Glenn Boyd led the Trojans 17 " f o ~f A~ points, oil wed by Charles ,']t~~.~'~n with 13, Kyle Floyd, four, four, and Vincent Norris, ' It was a very exciting game. Trinidad Jr Varsity played their tw district game against Mildred on _,, dLmy night, Feb 6 They were e,, ] t ted 38 to 19. High >oint scorer for students at Trinidad High School, chosen by members of the student , are Linda Rowland and Kyle Floyd. (Courtesy Photo) , Air Conditioning. Car & Trucks - * Brakes , Tune-Ups , Oil & Grease. Parts & Supplies , Electrical Work YOUR LEE TIRE DEALER CHECK OUR LOW PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY! WE FIX FLATS! LEE RS RADIATOR REPAIR TIRES 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489-1534 Malakoff SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES at Trinidad Itigh School for the Class of '81 are Lori Tidmore and Glenn Boyd. The couple was chosen during recent elections. (Courtesy Photo) Currey, Olive Rozell and the hostess, Ruby Banks. The Tuesday Ladies Bible Study group met in the home of Mrs. Belinda Ferrell on Feb. 3 at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Cleora Fleming gave a welcome to all and the new member, Mrs. Alice Smith, followed by prayer by Mrs. Jewel Uhrich. Mrs. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Chapter 3 and 4 of Ephesians. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Janie Carter. Those present were Dorothy Harrison, Jewel Uhrich, Alice Smith, Alice Wright, Bama Miller, Gladys Yates, Connie McCrackin, All members of the'Calvary Baptist Church will be having a Sweetheart Banquet on Friday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. The guest speaker will be. Bobby Parker. The administrative board members of the United Methodist Church held their meeting following the Sunday night services. New drapes, memorials in memory of Nits Saunders, have been placed in the educational building. A fellowship supper was held after the meeting. Denice Loven attended a homecoming at Jacksonville Baptist Edith Young, Beula Mac Trotman, College on Saturday. Janie Cartel Vivian Black, Gertrude.,. ! . l,illa Quinn remains in the hospital, Stanfield, Verna Elsom, Sandi Elsom," but should be home this week. Ellen Sharp, Gladys Randall, Karen Green, Cleora Fleming and the hostess, Belinda Ferrell. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines were in Shreveport, Louisiana over the weekend visiting with their children. Deacon of the Week at First Baptist is our barber, Harold Colvin. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moore and Shonda of Corsicana Attended church with their parents Sunday morning. Marine Green, Frances Moorehead and Eunice Chiles attended the funeral of Mrs. Hattie Belt in Garland last Monday. There will be a church-wide Valen- tine party for all adults of First Baptist Church. It will be a covered dish dinner on Friday, Feb. 13 at 6 n.m. Pete and Mary Alrheart and sons, Eddie Wayne and Stephen of Mlneola, were here over the weekend visiting with their daughter, Marsha Coleman and visiting with Granny Airheart at Maywood Nursing Home. Members of the Calvary Baptist Church will be going over to Athens to the Cayuga Drive Baptist Church on Saturday evening to hear the Mercy River Boys singers. Bro. and Mrs. C.L. Bryant, former pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, were here Sunday from Grand Saline for the reception for the LoveRs. There are many people on the flu list, including Dale Bankston, Thelrna Moore, Pat Ball and Laverne Keesee. Curtis and Marie Riggs have RCA ColorTrak ON THIS RCA COLORTRAK 11@! Great Color. Instant Savings. Now, during RCA's Instant Savings Days, you can save $50 INSTANTLY~ on this RCA ColorTrak console, ff features ColorTrok'~, 8 automatic systems that get the color right Hurry ... lids is limited time offerl Stop by.. , fill Out the Instant Savings Days Certificate and save INSTANTLY on this 1980 RCA Color Trak TV. Home Entertainment Bill Vinson, owner RCA SALES & SERVICE Across front Sonntag Ford Hwy. 31 Malakoff 489-1000 SOPHOMORE CLASS [avorites for 1981 at Trinidad ltlgh School arc Valarie Davis and David Arnold. The students were chosen by a class vote. (Courtesy Photo) AtSx13 Whitewall F.E.T. $1.55 FREE MOUNTING! 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