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Polly Walker SIP. Michael S. Womack has transferred from Fort Mc- to Fort Leonard Wood, is the son of A. C. Malakoff and Francis J. J, thens. been announced that the the president of the tist Retreat in Oregon for the past six years and are in the process of building an encampment on their land in the near future to be used for bigger and better retreats. The retreat is located in the Lone Pine Community and will be called "The Break of Life Retreat Con- ter." home in Terribonne, Oregon today ac- companied b)/ Mrs. Carva Beidier of Malakoff and Mrs. Joe Fink of Pasadena, older sisters of Joyce. Tommy and Jill Davis of Dallas were in Malakoff on Wednesday visiting with Mrs. Velma Grace Souza and Mrs. Charles Thompson as well as other ------ 489-1484 Mrs. Charles Thompson of Athens and her daughter, Janet, spent the past Saturday and Sunday in Tulsa, Okla. visiting with her other daughter, Mrs. Lee Dunn and family. Mrs. Thompson said that Mrs. Dunn is a gormet cook and the meal was picture perfect as well as delectable. On Friday night Thettus and Clyde Ronald Reagan, in the Mrs. Alien Russell returned to her relatives. Goedwin spent an enjoyable evening in Was in stable condition at this the home of the G. V. Walkers. On I/lyne Benard pr,esent..ed. Saturday they visited with her cousin, Mrs. Cecil Grant in Athens. Mrs. Grant Icert on Wednesnay niBm at has had a bit of bad luck recently. She apti t Church on Mitcham fell and had to spend sometime in the had a guest soloist on the Henderson County Memorial Hospital Mrs. Cllmese Fullsom of in Athens and then someone tried to Sang several songs. Other break in her house one night recently were there with him were while she was recuperating. She was of Tyler and his mother doing nicely at this writing. They have m; The program was well pinpointed her illness as Vertigo. We ae s time. r nt hope that she is soon returned to nor- lad Charles Sawye spe real. last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodwln of Sawyer in the Summerall Trinidad spent Sunday visiting with her they visited the Dogwood brother, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Perry in ninny relatives in the area Powell. V. Walkers of Malakoff and Mrs. Charles Thorn- Beldler and Mrs. Joyce to Houston on Tuesday. visited with Mr. and of Pasadena. The Joe the 90th birthday of RObertson in Malakoff on Jr Hosklns spent the i, in Dallas. Mrs. Hesklns unexpectedly when Bud Ray of Athens, and died in his truck whose birth- 12th, celebrated Satur- 5 with many, over and relatives calling and ' more birthdays. This of the out of town Pat James, Mandy, Chris of Winfield; Mr. and and family o! and Ann Robertson, and family of Rock- Van Horne of Llndamood of Houston law school at South- Brian Llndamood of A&M at Bryan; and Terry, Mr. and Robertson of Trinidad, tyler. Robertson's children for the affair, among Mrs. Allen Oregon. Mrs. remembered as the Robertson. Mrs. Russell with Mrs. James Bond, Cross Roads Basketballreport On February 28, Jaguars met Pan- thers in a scrimmage. Top points for the Jaguars were made by Clint Davis with 4. Chip Crist was in second with 3 points. John Holland led the scoring for the Panthers with a total of 10 points. In second place was Larry Chandler with 6 points. Final score was Panthers 24 and Jaguars 13. Drummond-Davis 6,7, and 8 yr. old boys played Joe Hall's team March 9th. Matthew Holland took high point honors with S points. Clanton Richardson made 2 points for a total of 10 points for the Drummond-Davis team. Shane Pruitt and Jamey Spears had 2 points each for their team's total score of 4. On March 9th, Brenda's Brats scrimmaged the Eager Beavers. Siovhan Upchurch made the 10 points for the Brats. Tonya Bishop led the Eager Beavers scoring with 10 points. Wendy Newman had $ points for second highest. Final score was Brats 10 and Eager Beavers 34. is pastor of the First in Athens. Joyce was The Bobcats, coached by James Pryor, were defeated by the Outlaws, coaches by Joe Hall, on March 10th. Bobcats top scorer ,was Jimmy Wethington with 8 points. Second highest was Gregg Tunnell with 6. The Outlaw's scoring was led by Greg Gideon with 11 points, followed closely by Billy Hughes with I0 points. Final score was Bobcats 17, Outlaws 35. On March 25rd the team of 6,7 and 8 yr. old boys coached by Davis- Drummond again challenged Joe Hall's night at the Drummond team. Quince Hitt, Chris Quinn, and Philip Kuhn each had 2 poin- ts. For Hall's team, Shane Pruitt scored the team's total 12 points. Final score was Davis.Drummond 14 and Hall's team 12. On Tuesday, March 24th James Pryor's Bobcats played a scrimmage with Steve Cartlidge's Malakoff team. High point for the Malakoff team was Michael Hoyt with 15 points. C. Dowell and Scan Stenovich tied for second highest with 10 points each. On Pryor's team, top honors went to Reuben Austin, who had 7 points. In second place, with 4 points, was Keith Pryor. Final score was Malakoff 43, Cross Roads 17. Also on Tuesday night, James Logan's Jaguars fell to Mike Holland's Panthers 27 to 17. On the Jaguar's team Michael Berry held top score of 6 and Philip Tunnell in second place with 5 points. John Holland had 15 points to the Panthers side. Samuel Austin was second highest with 8 points. On Monday Mrs. Nell Stewart and a friend from Athens visited with Mrs. Jesse Robertson to wish her well. Guests in the home of Mrs. Lillie Lewis Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Ray Llndamood of Athens. Mrs. Reba Jewell Vanhorne of Longview, Mrs. Pat James and children of Winfield and Steve Lln- damood of Houston and Brian Lin. damood of Athens ate lunch with Mrs. Llllie Lewis on Sunday before attending Mrs. Jesse Robertson's varty. On Wednesday Mrs. G.V. Walker, Mrs. Lucille Almond of this city, and Mrs. Marvine Lancaster of Kerens visited with her daughter, Joy, of Euless and with Mrs. Walker's sister, Mrs. Patsy Sawyer in Arlington. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ben- nett of Balch Springs came and picked up their children, Ralph and Richard, who had been out of school and spent the entire week with their grandparen- ts, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Curry. Mrs. Mamle McClary returned to Dallas to live after spending the past three years at Log Cabin Estates. Maxine Scrimshire of Tool underwent treatment at Medical Center of Dallas recently. She was visited on Monday by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Perry ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. 489-0520 See... Sue Barnett Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. , The Russells team. Matthew Holland was high point famtlvhomeforaBap-' leader with 8 po!nts for Davis- The___ ak_0ff News,_ _m sday;.A_pril.2, 198!---3A i Scrimshire, also of Tool. Perry Scrim- shire and daughter, Cody, have just recovered from pink eye and Cody had strep throat at the same time. Pat Alexander took her daughter, Debble, to a neurologist in Dallas on Monday. Dorothy Arthus has had a bad week. She coughed and pulled a ligament in her side. She said that she was taking pain medicine to soothe her feelings. Mr. and Mrs. James Cheatham were in Naples on Tuesday and Wednesday visiting her parents. Mrs. Womack un- derwent an operation. Gordon Dubose has been in the hospital in Navarro Clinic in Corsicana last week. Mrs. Allle Mac Peters, who resides in Cedar Lake Nursing Home, celebrated her 88th birthday March 25. She has a great-great-grandson, Cody Alan Speak, who also has the same bir- thday. Cody is the son of Bruce and Debble Speak and was one year old. There are five generations in Mrs. Peter's family. Her daughter, Geraldine Stanfleld, Mrs. Stanfield's son, Jerry Wayne Stanrleld of Trinidad, Jerry's daughter, Dehbie Speak of Malakoff, and Debbie's son, Cody Speak, also of Malakoff. Mrs. Peter's son and wife, Tim and Doris Peters of Elkhart, were also here to be with their mother. For a better school district vote for APRIL 4 MISD Trustee Pd. Pal. Announcement by Jan Snead, Box 417, Trinidad ~llllllilllllll4 , Refrigerators. Freezers . Washers , Dryers , TV's Radios. Ceiling Fans , Air md t oners "'t :/,lilt" h+, lllld .('I' fIN before .~llll i)lly*+ 214 N. Tefrx 489-1506 Malakott llll!llllllllll i i iii, I Jhnny Airlle~r~ 1 runs for mavor To the people of Trinidad: I believe that when city 0rdmances are passed that they should be pt)sted . where everybody can see them and not done behind the people's backs. Like when those houses were condemned. They usually have six months to tear them down and it doesn't cost because he didn't know that he was supposed to have a city permit. No one else knew it either. Because it was not posted. I don't believe in sneaking behind people's backs anti pulling shady deals like in the past. I asked to see the city books but i was refused by the city secretary, Genice Blythe. I don't know what they are trying to hide, but if I am elected mayor, I will have the books audited. The city passed a deal saying that if the bills are not paid by the 20th of the month they will send a notice to cut your water off. Do the people think this is fair? What about the people who get paid once a month and that is on the 25th of the month like I do and the ones on other jobs that get paid after the 20th? Also the mail is sometimes late and causes checks to be delayed. But like I said I will collect the bills in the legal way, which is 10 days after the 2nd bill is due. This should be ample time to get it paid. I believe in being fair to everyone. This is something thats been forgotten. Also, there is plenty of work for the city that needs to be done without working on private property like they have been doing. I hope that the people of Trinidad will come to the town meetings every three months if 1 am elected mayor. When the people go to the polls to on April 4th, I hope they will w te for the man who will stand up for the town of Trinidad. About a month ago, I saw one of tt e company men, the vice-president, and told him the company he works for that if I got elected, that I was taking the company to court and collecting the $14,000 they owe Trinidad. Rumors are going around saying that I said I would fire the city employee. . This is not so. I said they wouM work the hours they are paid to work. It's up to each individual if they want to keep their job or not. There will be a list of each job that I want done everyday I'll check each job to make sure that the job has been done+ If the people will stand behind me I will try to make Trinidad a safer and better place to live. The water plant will be cleaned up. I believe in doing what is right for everyone. I sincerely appreciate all the support that I have been receiving. Again I will state that I will work for the people to the best of my ability and i appreciate all the suggestions that Hie people will give me. Sincerely, Johnny Pete Airheart (Pol. 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