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O.! Ann&apos;s Trinidad Thing Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin and Kathy, of Rusk, and and Mrs. Bruce Wall of were weekend guests of Mrs. Lottie Bradley. Kathy had the distinction last week of being chosen Most. Beauful Girl at Rusk High $ehool where she is a junior Student. The Trinidad Community Ac- led n Committee headed by Mrs. a Freeman sponsored the showing of the film, "The Los- ors,' on 'Monday night at the SChool auditorium. The film, by the Texas Medical was about the a- of marijuana. Mr. anti Mrs. Butch Ridge- Derek and Mitzi, were in Friday and Satur- to visit with her parents, and Mrs. Travis Brown. Mr. J. C. Peebles visited in Livingston on Friday and Sat- urday with his mother, Mrs. Peebles, who has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston spent Wednesday and Thursday in Mesquite visiting with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abee, Julie and Matt. Mrs. Dora Wilbanks and Mrs. Lois Bradley spent the day Sm- urday on an outing which car- ried them to Dallas for some shopping, to Mesquite for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abee, and to Ennis for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lusk. The two ladies report an en- joyable day. " Miss Jerilyn Hoskins of Ty- ler spent the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cynthia Lundy is a Hays Hoskins of Deep Water !new emvlovee of Warrens Gro- Resort on Cedar Creek Lake . ry as of last week. Cythiai. : ..... aad been working in Corsicans The Trinidad Lions Club were decided to try it closer to hosts for a Sweetheart B uet .zae. :held on February 12, at 7:00 p.m. After an enjoyable even- Mrs. R. E. Morrison, who is ing meal the special guest resident of a nursing hpme in 'speaker was Col. O. L. Robin- and her daughter and son. A fine time was reported Mr. ad Mrs.' W; by all who attended. were in Trinidad on Sun-, to move the belongings  A group of Trir, idad friends of Mrs. Morrison's resid- who attended the Riclmrdson here. Several people who to see Morrsy were to have an opportunity  visit ff even for a short while. Morrison lived in Trinidad her health made it in to stay home. services in Jacksonville on Mon- day included Mrs. G. L. Black, Mrs. Robert Prine, Mrs. John French, Mrs. Agness McEntire, Mrs. Walter Fleming, Mrs. Bill Miller, Mrs. Tommy Sta, nfieM, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fledng, Jr., and Mr. Bobby Rounsavall. RESOLVED BY THE OF THE OF TEXAS: That Article XVII, 1, of the Texas Con- amended to read .1. The Legislature vote of two-thirds of all members elected to each to be entered by yeas ays on the journals, may amendments to the to be voted upon qualified electors for of the Legislature, amendments published once a weeks, commenc- at least three months be- an election, the time of be specified by the in one weekly of each county, in a newspaper may and it shall be of the several return- of said election, to for, and make re- Secretary of State, of the number of legal votes cast at said election for and against said amendments; and if more than one be proposed, then the number of votes cast for and against each of them; and if it shall appear from said return", that a majo ity of the votes cast, have been cast in favor of any amend- ment, the said amendment so receiving a majority of the votes cast, shall become a part of this Constitution, and pro- clamation shall be made by the Governor thereof." Sec. 2. The foregoing consti- tutional amendment shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of this state at an election to be held on May 18, 1971, at which election the ballots shall be printed to provide for voting for or against the proposition: "The constitutional amendment pro- viding that the Legislature may propose an amendment of the Constitution at any session of the Legislature." Mr. Jimmy Estes of Sherman spent the weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Estes. Special Birlkday greetings go to Mr. R. H. Lanier who was 80 years old on Sunday, the 14th, also to Milburn Johnston who celebrated his birthday on Sun- day and to Jim Bradshaw, who had a birthday celebration on Sunday but had a birthday on Monday the 15L Mr. A. E. (Jelly) Owens was reported to be steadily improv- ing by his wife this weekend with hopes of being able to re- turn to his home the first part of the week. Jelly has been in Mother Francis Hospital for some time where he recently had surgery to correct a hack problem. The Doctors are hope- ful that this time ,they have cor- rected the problem and that he will soon he as good as new. Mr. Jim Williams and Rev. Hansel Springfield were in Dal- las on Saturday to be with the Richardson family at Baylor Hospital. Mr. Richardson pass- ed away about 10:00 a.m. Sat- urday. Mr. R. H. Lanier was the honoree at a birthday celebra- tion at his home on Sunday, the 14th. Prese for the occasion was his daughter, Mrs. Maxine Green, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Green, Karen and Susan of Dal- las, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones and Leigh Ann of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Larder of Waxahachie, and their daughter Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Locke and son of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jones of Jack- sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McClure and son and daugh- ter of Midalothian. Ma other friends from mund own drop in with congratulations through out the day. Mr. and Mrs. John French had their cldldmn home for the weekend to help celebrate Mr. French's birthday. Home visit- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clark of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hayes of Humsville and Miss Mary Nell French of Huntsville. Mrs. John Key's lovely home was the setting for a coved dish lmxeon on Friday. Four- teen guests were present far lunch and an aftemoo of bridge and carmsta. Mrs. Luther Stffleld, Mrs. Pintice Harrison, and Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr., attended the "Passion Play" in Corsicana Thursday niaht The Tuesday Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Milburn Johnston with 14 members present. The study of Revela- tion was continued by Mrs. George Uhrich with a disctm- sion period following. Mr. and Mrs. John Hetzel and sons, John and Mike, of Bowie were guests in the Bill Miller home Saturday and Sire- day. Mrs. Bama Miller spent the weekend visiting in Athens with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dan- lois. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Or- den had as their guests on Fri- da Mrs. Russell Stroud of Bartlesville, Okla., Miss Mary Miller from Dallas and Miss Jeardce Miller from Kerens. Skeet and Van are making plans for a fine trip to Florida and Jamiaca soon, which is a Christmas present from their children. Mrs. Don Wilbanks and Mrs. Euless Templin spent the day Sunda visiting n Arlington with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tem- plim Misses Julie Stolusky, Jenni- fer Chandler arid Amy Rounsa- vall all participated in a pro- gram for the patients of the Rest Haven Nursing Home on Monday afternoon with the oth- er members of their dancing classes. The three young ladles are all student of Rene School of Dance and Twirling in Ath- e. Jearl Rayfield of Denton was eip THE MALAKOFF NEW Methodist SellinE Re e Books Malakoff, Texas Friday, Feb. 19, 1971 The Choir of the United and any member of the choir. Methodist Church has announc- The recipe book contains the .  /-- ICO TX ed a second printing of the ree- favorite recipes of some of the . ipe book they offered for sale best cooks around. Everyone SERVICE last year. The books are here is urged to buy one for them- / LuciHeSmHh Dunlap los. Buildinb' now and available for sale selves personally, and also to Malakoff from Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnston give as gifts. "One good place to study Home Phone 489-0132 ancient history is in the doc- tor's waiting room." Mr. Dunton Richardson Burial In Jacksonville OPEHIN5 Rites FaaJ.00 Body Dies: Funeral Services for Henry sister, Mi'i. Olan Peters of ,., ,.,, ,.. . v l' .. Richardson, 59, of Trinidad Jacksonville, and his parents, Shop At Malakoff were held at 10:00 a.m. Mort-Mr. andMrs. J. J. Richardson day ia Renfro-Elliott Funeral of Jacksonville. Chapel in Jacksonville with Dr. Pallbearers were Bobby Roun- In Kerens on Corner So. Robert Gilpin and the Rev. savaU, W. C. Fleming, Jr.,, Bill 1st and Senior St. Hansel Springfield officiating. Duke, Henry Lyner, Jack AI- ALL TPYES OF CAR Burial was in Jacksonville Ci- britton, anti Moody Glass. tl Cemetery. Mr. Richardson BODY REPAIRS died Saturday in Baylor Hospi- tal in Dallas after a long ill- Funeral services for Stephen E. Dunton, 89, of Trinidad, were held Monday afternoon at the Paschal Ftmeral Home Chapel at Malakoff, The Rev. Wayne Cammn ducted the services and burial was in the Malakoff City Ceme- tery. Mr. Dunton died Saturday in an Athens nursing home after a long illness. He was born in ley. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Airheart are sporting around in a new Chevelle SS. home for the weekend visiting Navarro County and was a re- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tired poultry farmer. He was a Joe Rayfield arm Becky. Baptist. Survivors are several nieces Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lusk of and nephews including Mrs.. Enrds were here for the day Faye Barry of Trinidad. Sunday visiting with her sis- Pallbearers were Carney ters, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Kirby, Raymond Reese, W. O. Johnston and Mrs. Lois Brad- Phillips, Jr., Tony Poce, Gres- ham Fowler, and Valmore Rog- ers. I WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. Box 4010 Phone 597-$1 TYLER, TEXAS IIII II Tools Auto Pads Acessories Duhme AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone 489- 1533 rllres, Tools, PartS, Aeeemdu VALVE GRINDING SERVICE I INSURANCE A native of Jacksonville, Mr, Richardson was a retired em- ployee of the Humble Off Cam- ;i!ii:':":;'i::';" i pany. He was a member of the ;< C A Trinidad United Methodist ........... i:: :.iii!!!::::!...::!ii:!iii;i!!i:: Church. He served with the Na- it ............... ::: ....... vy in World War II. i.: '" Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Richardson of Trini- dad, three daughters, Mrs. Jo- arm Stewart of Vancouver, B. C., and Mrs. Polly Downs and Mrs. Molly Thonsheim, both of Arlington; one brother, Berl Richardson of Jacksonville, one It's A Boy/ Master Todd Royce Weaver, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Weaver, proudly an- nounce the birth of their new baby, Torrey Jason. Torrey was born February 12, 1971, at 12:12 a.m. in Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. He weighed 7 pounds and 4 ounces and was 21 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Conaway of Mt. Alba and paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weaver of Seagoville. Also there are three proud great grandparents, Mrs. Sadie Wea- ver of Canton and Mrs. and Mrs. J. E. Calicutt of Athens. Not lacking in grandparents, Torrey also has a great-great grandfather, Mr. Author Pow- ers of Eustace. MALAKOFF BUILDERS SUPPLY Illl I New Homes In Malakofl F.H.A. 235 FINANCING Payments $65.00-$75.00 $100.00 Down $100.00 Closing Robert McLain 675-3466 Gordon MeLain 489-1209 prevent a collision 105 S. 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