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Page 10-MALAKOFF NEWS-Feb. 18, 1976 i Rev. Finley , Tr!nidad News Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Marlow case 00oo, Lufkin Church visited over the weekend in the Trojans challenged John Mike, of Iowie, visited Rev. Buford Finley, pastor Austin with their grandson, over the weekend with Mr. Sam, and with his parents, and Mrs. Bill Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartman. They were joined there by Sam's other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman of Munster. Mrs. Mike Etter and Joe Michael of De Sots spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rayfield, while Mike was on a skiing trip in New Mexico. Kit accompanied her daughter and grandson home for a few days while Becky has some dental work done. Doug Jordan was here part of the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jordan. He was here Saturday night to watch the Trinidad Trojans win the district basketball championship, and to see his brother Scott participate. Point Not Lost There are times when the point of athletic competition is overlooked in an effort to acheive and win. Such was not PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearing Notice City of Malakoff, P.O, Box Q, Malakoff, Texas 75148, has applied to the Texas Water Quality Board for an amend- ment to Permit No. 10738 for a discharge not to exceed an average flow of 400,000 gallons per day of domestic sewage effluent from the municipal sewage treatment plant which is located approx- imately 1,500 feet south of State Highway 31 and one and one-half miles southwest of the Malakoff City Hall, Henderson County, Texas. The treated domestic sewage effluent will be dis- charged into an unnamed branch of Cedar Creek, thence into Cedar Creek, thence into the Trinity River. A Hearing Commission of the Texas Water Quality Board will hold Eustace in the district playoff tournament in Trinidad. Senior starter, Scott Jordan, who joined other starters for a rest on the bench, was placed back in the game in tl remaining minutes. Scott had 26 points to his credit, and fans in the stands were cheering him on to bring his total to 30 for the night. Several times Scott received the ball under the basket, and several times he passed off to a fellow teammate who made the shot. Scott and other Trojans have not missed the point this year and credit must be due Coace Don Watt. Scott closed out the game with 26, the mark of a champion. FFA Trip Trinidad FFA boys at- tended the San Antonio Live Stock Show Sunday after- noon, Feb. 15. Those at- tending and participating in the calf scramble were Jay Tart, Daryld Hamiltion, Scott Bradley, and Scott Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent, Travis, and Rue-Ann visited over the weekend in Tyler with Mr. and Mrs. George Nanzelmann. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Kent and Mr. and Mrs. M.E. NeiU of Martlesville, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Green and seven year old Stephen of Kemp have purchased the Sam Mosley home on French Street. Mrs. Dora Peebles, city secretary, has been ill with the flu this past week. Jaycee Tourney The Trinidad Jaycees will sponsor an invitational basketball tournament March 4-6 at tlxe Trinidad gym. Project Chairman Ernest Jenkins reports that several area teams have accepted an invitation to attend. a public hearing on this A group of Tinidad women application which has been have joined the basketball fun fixed for: and began practice sessions March19,1976 Feb. 5. They played the .... : i I0:00 a.m. , Eustace ladies team Feb. 15. Council Chamber Mr. and Mrs. Paul White City Hall and children of Prescott, Ark., 212. N. Bonner Tyler, Texas to receive evidence on the conditions, if any, under which the amended permit may be issued, and to deter- mine whether State Certifi- cation in accordance with Section 401 of the Federal Water Pllution Control Act Amendments of 1972 may be issued. Preliminary informa- tion available to the technical staff of the Texas Water Quality Board indicates that a waste discharge conforming to the conditions in the proposed permit would not unreasonably impair the qual- ity of waters in the State. Hearing Authority: Chap- ter 21, Sections 21.072-21.082, Texas Water Code, and Chap- ter V., ctions 500 and 510, Rules of the Texas Water Quality Board. The hearing may be con- tinued from time to time and place to place, if necessary, to develop all relevant evidence bearing on the subject of the hearing. Further information concerning any aspect of the discharge, if available, may be obtained by writing Patsy Viccineili, Hearings Division, Texas Water Quality Board, P.O. Box 13245, Capitol Sta- tion, Austin, Texas 78711. Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Wright were down Thursday from Rusk for a visit with his mother, Mrs. C.C. Wright. Bible Study The Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. George Uhrich with 12 members present. Mrs. Bama Miller continued the study fro II Timothy. Members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Trinidad V.F.W. held a bake sale in Trinidad Saturday with pro- ceeds to go to help the family of Tara Stout. Saturday, Feb. 21 the Blood Mobile Unit will be at the Trinidad Community Cen- ter to accept donations for Tara who is suffering with leukemia. Everyone is urged to do- nate blood if possible. Mary Nell Pine visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John French. Trinidad Methodists will hold special services February 22-25. The Rev. Sam Duree of Houston will be preaching and the Rev. Charles Dankeim of Tyler will lead the singing. Everyone is cordially in- vited to attend. Mrs. John Key, Mrs. John French, and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. attended the Cancer Board of Directors meeting in Athens Wednes- day at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fleming of Dallas visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Casper Zimmerman of Mt. Pleasant and Mrs. Omer Medden of Dallas are visiting this week with Mrs. D.L. Swain. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lundy and children all attended church services at Trinidad Methodist Sunday. They are residents of Mabank. of the Cedar Creek United Methodist at Will White Road and Old Indian Trail in Tool has been transferred to St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Lufkin and will leave for his new assignment on the first Sunday in March. District Supt. Bell has not announced his replacement. Finley also serves the church at Trinidad. The regular fellowship supper for the month of February has been moved to Thursday Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m. It will be a farewell dinner for the Finleys. The scheduled Bible Study class for the week of Feb. 16 met as usual, Monday night, Feb. 16 at 7:30. Former Trinidad Couple Killed Word has been received here of the death of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Anderson form- erly of Trinidad in an auto- train accident near Waco, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Anderson was an offic- ial of Texas Power and Light Co. at Waco. Me.An n" -dering by ann rounsavall A lot of folks spent a large part of the weekend watching the Olympics on television. We were no different, and following basketball games Friday and Saturday nights friends joined us at home to watch the competition. We all watched enthralled as television cameras showed us historical areas of Inns- bruck and occasional glimpses of the overpowering view of the Alps. Our own bicentennial cele- bration seemed lost in a shallow measure of time as we saw structures that were built in the 16th century still standing in the center of the old part of the beautiful city. We watched as American athletes competed against the best athletes the world has to offer, and were grand repre- sentatives for our country as they won or lost. The dedication and disci- pline that carried them along the road that led to partici- pation in the Olympics is Trojans Close Out00 G W itTho, T) t!e eoo closed out the district season Senior with a 8-0 record and a firm title to the championship following the District Tour- nament held in Trinidad Fri- day and Saturday nights. more than most ot us can The first contest Friday imagine. The feeling that night pitted Scurry Rosser comes with being named a against Mildred with Scurry winner in Olympic competi- taking the win 70-49. Trinidad tion must be enough to beat Eustace 82-42 in the sustain, because of those who second game of the night with leave, sacrifice and work, and Scott Jordan sacking up 26 of return the next time for the Trojan points. another chance. Eustace defeated Mildred If I were a changed person- Saturday night with a 45-33 ality, younger, and suddenly score before the ans took competing for a gold medal, it would be an impossibility. Following a win the athlete is required to accept the medal, then stand at attention before a crowd of mixed nationalities as our country is honored with the playing of the anthem. If I were good enough to win I would never be able to stand there, in control, as they raised the giant American flag. There would stand a piece of our country, collasped in sobs with tears streaming down my face, mascara smeared and needing a kleenex. Champions just have a little something extra inside. Avanti Sets Casting Session For '1776' for the use of the lyrics and music, Ray added. Confirma- tion of the actual royalties committment is expected within the next few weeks. "Not all the parts are singing," he said noting that only nine players will have solos during the production. "I don't want anyone to get the idea that just because they cant sing that we can't use them." The group's president also said that all of the parts are currently open to anyone wishing to audition. He voic- ed hope that more than one person would try out for each of the parts. The production is hoped to be held sometime in July. The Avanti Society has announced casting sessions for the musical production of "1776" Friday night at 7:30 at the Mabank High School Band Hall and also for the following Monday night at the same time and place. "What we're trying to do is to see if it would be feasible to put it on," explained Don Ray, president of the group. He noted that the production would boast a cast of 25 males and two females and added that this is one factor which might prevent the production from becoming a reality. Another factor involved in production of the musical would be the cost required from the publishing company Mini Painting: Course Slated visited last Sunday with Mrs. Feb. 23-27 A mini painting course will Ethel Prine and Claude be held in the Trinidad Johnson. Monday: Trojan Dog/Chili, Homemaking Cottage taught Mr. and Mrs. John Marin Hobo Beans, Bicentennial by Mrs. Jo Hollingsworth, and David visited Saturday Salad, Cookies, Milk Carriage House, Athens. It with their son Richard, and Tuesday: Spaghetti and will begin April 10 and with Mrs. Jerry McElroy and Meat Sauce, Green Beans, continue each Tuesday night Fruit Salad, Hot Rolls with for six weeks from 7 p.m. to daughters. David Lohrnan, son of Mr. Butter, Milk 9:30 p.m. Wednesday: IIamburger Students will complete a and Mrs. Robert Lohman, Salad Potato Chips, Fruit, minature oil painting each celebrated his 14th birthday Milk night using pre-drawn designs iSaturday afternoon at 2 with Thursday: Steak Patties and simple but special oil 'a host of friends in for cake and ice cream, with Gravy, Snow Flake painting techniques. People Potatoes, Peas and Carrots, taking the course do not have Wedding,Shower Ice Cream, Bread, Milk to have had previous oil Friday: "Oh Good" An- painting skills. A wedding shower honoring other Holiday. Mrs. Hollingsworth will Karen Henderson was held Sunday afternoon at the Calvary Baptist Fellowship. New directors at First Baptist Church for the coming year include Jerry Crocker as R.A. director, Vernell King as Mission Friends director, Lorena Air- heart as G.A. director, and Sarahlyn Watt as Acteens director. Mrs. J.H. McClintock visited Sunday and Monday in Ennis with her children, Mr. and Mrs. John McClintock and Jan. Thomas Taaffe of Ft. Worth visited over the week- end with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Taaffe. from Jerry Garrison led Trojan night with Trinidad Italy with the for March 2. played Italy the season both times, face the Trinidad practice dell this and the Trinidad CATALOG SALE Open Monday- Saturday 9:00 417 South Palestine Satisfaction Guarenteed Its A Putty PainHn', Ye Orter Git 'er Insured With Malakoa ]n==zuee 226 N. Terry $L- Phone 489-0512 Jerry Garrison charge $15 for the course (this is half the cost in her shop for the course). Please see Mrs. Cleda Freeman, Trinidad Homemaking teacher to enroll in the course as soon as Possible. Fifteen must be enrolled in the course before March 1 or we will lose the course. The English drink five cups of tea to every cup of coffee, but Americans drink 24. cups of coffee to every cup of tea. During the society's meet- ing Thursday of last week, the group approved the proposed by -laws dealing with the organization's internal government. Many of the laws were laid down to some extent by the state and federal government because of the society's non-profit incor- porated status. Treasurer Linda Manning reported that the society now has a total of 110 members and that memberships are still available at $5 each. Members agreed after a gene- ral discussion that the recent production of "Curse You, Jack Dalton" was a success and also noted that an additional performance at Kemp High School on Feb. 9 was also well attended. Ray announced that Alice Barker has been appointed as the new public relations direc- tor and that Jane Dunlap has agreed to be the production supervisor for the Spring Art Show planned for April. LUMBER * PAINT HARDWARE * SE! "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open' til 4:00 Saturday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hiway 31 East Malaloff SHUGART Wed. 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