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The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 9,1981---5A. By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. ! were 229 voting in Trinidad city Mag Ridgway returned home on nament in Malakoff to see their rday, April 4th, with Tuesday after visiting with her children grandson Jeremy Durham who plays receiving 101 votes, Billie Kay Robert and grandchildren, on the Little Dribblers team in Billy Freeman 56, David andStephanie of Pasadena.Brownsboro. Malakoff won the tour- 10. In the city Dickey received 151, Elmer Phillips Lori Tidmore, Michelle Fugate won nament and will be going to Levelland first place in tennis doubles March 31 at April 15-18. board incumbents Bobby Bill Green, James John- received 49 votes. Navarro Junior College and will be Congratulations to our friend Nannie going to Regionais in Kilgore in April. Drake of Malakoff who was named Louise Hornbuckle came home with a Malakoff Citizen of the Year. third placeinsingles. Eugene and Lu Freeman, Carolyn Billie Davis visited in Dallas Sunday Tucker and son Blaine of Utah visited at Baylor Hospital where her sister is in last Sunday with the Bill Freemans. honored serious condition. Chad Rounsavall celebrated his 12th Here visiting with Otis and Juanita birthday Thursday aRernoon April 2 of Christ members Stanfield were son Larry of Beaumont, with his friends at his home. Cake,+ Trinidad senior class on Willie and Gaff Lundy and children of punch served to his guests by his 3, 7:00 at the community Mabank. mother, Ann Rounsavall. a "western theme" with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman took their On Tuesday the I.S.L. events will be }f bales of hay, saddles, nephew DeWayne Dixon to North Little held at HCJC College, wagon. The tables Rock, Ark., on Saturday after DeWayne Coach Robert Linker, tennis coach, is with oil lam~s, flower had spent his spring break visiting, looking forward to wins at the District a boat and Cokes were boys meet at Navarro College on April Hamburgers 13. Regional meet will be April 22-23rd present. Bibles in Kilgore. to the seniors. The a huge success due to the all the ladies. James Ball the hamburgers. "You Pack Your ~eniors enjoyed the people are sick and Athens hospital have Ida Pulley, An- Those in, Navarro Lewis, Larkin ~ren returned home on after being in Navarro Paul Thomas and in Denton on Saturday Oliver Berrys. k school girls and junior s District meet was held on Thursday, April 2, 00 a.m. and completing km. team coached by five track girls: Lauri Riley, Lori Tidmore, Amy Rounsavall. Mr. and Mrs. Duffield Shaffer and son Ronnie returned to their home in Titusville, Pa., on Thursday after visiting with Ellen and Dick Sharp. Mrs. Bill Tart and son David of Alvin visited with parents Billie and Joe Davis and the Tarts. Trinidad I.S.L. one act play "Rise and Shine" was presented at the District contest Monday, March 30, 5 p.m. at Navarro Junior College. The cast did a good job with their sponsor Judi Langford but didn't place. Six schools were represented. Jimmy Carter was named to all star cast, Brad Zisom got honorable (mention). The cast presented Judi Langford with a lovely pot plant of violets. Bro. Bill and Shirley Watson were at the Region IV Little Dribblers tour- getting a first in 36-10 which will take ' got first place medal in throw of 100 ft., I1 will take her to regionals Bennie King was in track meet. All coaches school on Wednesday on Thursday for Elmer V. White of Key :heir membership in the Methodist Church track team participated Relays but didn't in their events. They Thursday and are hoping to win a place in their event so for Regionals in class and sponsors were Baptist members 27. Blue and gold Were carried, out. Bro. gave welcome and the Malakoff was guest attended with the chicken fried baked potato, r dessert. Corsicaua Post to Trinidad Post to begin her new job. Kerens. A special McCary. of Tyler visited riday with her dad and the special music Sunday mar- men of First Baptist are Baptist Church to Catherine and who were honored on with an by their daughter United Methodist Roy Reever, ; Church driving his group had a great enjoying the in the mall, Martin and son ~ent Sunday in Rlchard's Calvary Baptist night at the Bill and Shirley children Billy Earl Jeremy, Alisha ~. Bob Scheibe and David Scheibe of Area and Bobby ' and Sunday. gerators .Freezers . Dryers s, Radios, Ceiling Fans * Air (.(Jrldstioners "'l:.nw l)s and .ee u. befor,. ~.u bu,s" 214 N. Terry 489-1506 Malakoff FFA wins fourth Trinidad won fourth place out of the I0 schools in the District Livestock Judging Contest at Cayuga. Kenneth Burton won an award as student with his steer J.R. The FFA students will be competing in the Henderson County Livestock and Shop projects with sponsor Mr. Joe Dan Kilcrease in April and should make good showing with their projects. Nikki Phillips is just getting over scarlet fever and was hack in school Friday. Our neighbors, Carl, Jackie Roberson and family, moved to California Saturday. They lived in the Peterson house. Ann Rounsavall, Amy, Chad, Ricky Stanfield visited Six Flags Saturday evening. Congratulations to Hobble Fugate who has been awarded a Texas Broadcast Education Foundation scholarship. Hobble is a member of the Navarro College Radio-Television Club. Tuesday Bible Study GINGER KELLEY Ginger Kelley celebrates first Ginger Lynn Kelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelley of Trinidad, celebrated her first birthday Saturday, April 4, at 2 p.m. She was one-year-old April 7. She wore a Wonder Woman shorts suit. The cake was chocolate and was in The Ladies' Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Buela Mae Trotman on March 31, with 24 members present. The meeting opened with welcome by Cleora Fleming to new members, Mrs. Martha Munns and daughter Elizabeth. Mrs. Munns is the wife of pastor Bro. Jimmy Munns of the Assembly of God Church out at Mankin. Mrs. Alice Wright gave opening prayer with Mrs. Bama Miller giving lesson from Colossians 3. Mrs. Gladys Yates dismissed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments, cake, dips, chips, cokes, coffee were served. Many Trinidad residents attended the Derrick Days in Corsicana on Satur- day. Among those participating in bed races were Lori Tidmore, Amy Rounsaval, Kristi Jones, Penny Johnston, Tamra Estes. The girls won their first heat to qualify but didn't win. the shape of a 'T'. There were sugar Also competing was Mickey Jones and cookies in the shape of birthday cakes daughter Kasey Jones in the armadillo for everyone. Grandparents are Mr. race but their armadillo wouldn't race. and Mrs. Gary Airheart of Trinidad, The Mankin Assembly of God Church Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley of is growing with 20 in attendance Sunday Malakoff; great-grandparents are Mr. morning. The building fund is growing. and Mrs. C.W. Airheart of Trinidad, On April 10, 7:30 Zion Hill Youth Rally J.M. Tanner of Lake Athens, Mr. and will be held with the Rasco's singing Mrs. D. Harris of Trinidad, and Mrs. and Picky Rasco as guest speaker. Vera Weaver of Malakoff. Others at- Plans are in the making for Bro. Jimmy tending were: Mrs. Ann Warren and Munns, pastor of Assembly of God Heather, Mrs. Sharlene Sims, Christie Church, to preach a revival meeting in and Chad, Mr. and Mrs. Kendal Sparks, the near future at the Trinidad cam- Mr. and Mrs. P.O. Airheart and munitycenter. Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Speak and April 20 is Trinidad Trojans all sports Cody, Mrs. Susie Stanfield, Angelia banquet. Sanders, Wendy Williams, Tina and Mr. Verner Bradshaw returned to Tort Watson. Dallas after visiting with his daughter -- SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 11, 1981 ' Tony Douglas pays o tribute to Ernest Tubb Saturday night, April 11 at 8:00 p. m. in the Men's Gym at Henderson County Junior College. Tony Douglas Other Stars Appearing with Tony and Ernest include: "~ Hoss Huggins and Sons, Blake and Bret '~ Bill Mack The Midnight Cowboy " From WBAP A Cochise Production Ernest Tubb Advance Tickets may be purchased at both Dairy Queens, Athens, or at Tony Douglas' office -- Hwy. 175, Dallas Hwy:, Flame Office Center Athens 675-5192 * Adults $4, Children $3 * $5 and $4 at the Door. ,,,d \ FIVE BED RACERS from Trinidad entered the competition in Corsicana Saturday during their Derrick Days Celebration. The five Trinidad contenders were sponsored by Powell State Bank. The back sides of the bed signs sported Trinity Riw, r Jamboree advertisements. Pictured standing, left to right is Kristi Jones, Lori Tldmore, Tamra Estes and Penny Johnston. Ready for the ride, center, is Amy Rounsavall. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) and family, the Bob Eisoms. Mrs. Beauford Wright, grandsons Michael Redgers, John Mark Rodgers, Joyce, Glenn Stanley of Rusk visited last Sunday with Mrs. Alice Wright. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McCrackin were in Tyler for their check up. George and Norene Donahue of Dayton, Ohio, have been here visiting with Mrs. Frank Dulany and the Jerry Taylors. They left Thursday pulling their Silver Streak mobile trailer to Ohio. Bro. Melvin Rowland presented lessons on we believe in the church -' evangelical, ecumenical, universal concerns, personal concerns at the Sunday evening services. Michelle Fugate will be competing as sweetheart for the FFA Livestock Show in Athens on April 21. Trinidad Junior High District track meet was held in Trinidad on Thursday, April 2 with Coach Mike Cole's girls participating. Team took 69. Trinidad girls competing in the 400 meter relay, Kim Gordon, Tara Thorpe, Thressa Echois, Barbara Livingston; 100 meter, Barbara Livingston, Renae Polk, Cathy Mize; 800 meter, Kim Gordon, Leslie Henderson, Cathy Mize; 100 meter dash, Dana Stephens, Lynette George; 400 meter dash, Tara Thorpe, Cheryle; 800 meter relay, Cathy Mize, Leslie Henderson, Dana Stephens, Lyuette George; 200 meter dash, Theresa Echois, Dana Stephens; 1,600 meter run, Lynette George; 1,600 meter relay, Leslie Henderson, Kim Gordon, Kings say hello to everyone in Trinidad. Theresa Echois, Tara Thorpe; shot, Mrs. McClintock went to see her Renae Polk, Barbara Livingston, Tina granddaughter Jan in the track meet Linker; triple jump, Tara Thorpe, Saturday inCanton. Theresa; discus, Tara Thorpe, Renae TheUnited Methodist Administrative Polk, Tina Linker~ Board met Sunday 6:00 p.m. for reports The girls did a good job in track meet. and business. Discussion was held by I don't have the results although I was Chairman Chilton Derden on cost of there and watched all heats, run and storm windows and screens for the finals. I helped Janie Carter, Ann church which would save on fuel cost. Johnston in the concession stand in the morning. I know many girls got good Trinidad area American Cancer sun burns and most of the coaches volunteer workers have received their running the meet but it was good meet, packets and will be calling on your run on time and Mildred took home the street soon. Giving you a pamphlet on big trophey but Trinidad girls will be the seven safeguards against cancer. better nextyar. We've come a long way with your Alex and Hazel Johnston visited in support, but we need more funds for Dibol with their niece Alene Bozman research and to help expand education who has had surgery. On their return service and rehabilitation. Won't you home they stopped by for a visit with please give a generous family con- former pastor Bro. and Mrs. Kings. The tribution this year. I would like to thank everyone who voted for me in the Trinidad election. The response to my cam- paign is. greatly appreciated. I will do my best to serve you capably as your new mayor. Ernest Jenkins ( Paid for by Ernest Jenkins, Trinidad, Texas) Start a Continental Ch (checking plus interest and we'll even give you order of checks...free! eck Plus account your first Check Plus...worth cheCking into! The Most ii 502 E. Royall Blvd. Malakoff, Texas Member FSLIC Principal Office-Freeport, Texas