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oage 6 AWARDS were presented and results of a week of hard work by 21 young ladies attending the Annual Trinidad Twirling School were viewed by parents at a program held Friday morning at the high school auditorium. Certificates were presented to each of the girls who completed the week of twirling, with honorable mention awards going to for outstanding twirler was CaseyJones, Angela Sanders, presented to Jill Holcomb. Tanya Estes and Lanette Trinidad ltigh School Band Cartlidge in the beginner Majorettes Teena Owens, class. Medal winners from JeannieAirheart, Lisa Nolan, the beginner class were Judy Dee Germany and Ann and Jan Holcomb. In the Airheart were instructors. intermediate class medals The girls had an additional were presented to Rindy treat with the school... Stevens and Jennifer swimming each afternoon at Chandler and a special award the TP&L Camp aooi. MALAKOFF NEW, People Cited As Major Assets People are the major asset to Trinidad, a group of some 50 residents decided during a day-long Town Meeting held Saturday at the school. The Town Meeting was held in conjunction with 24 other town meetings held through- out East Texas in an effort to promote harmony and citizen input into the local happenings of a community. While citing people as the major asset the group also made recommendations as to how to more effectively utilize people to improve and better the entire community. Proposals formulated by the group included a citizen involved clean-up drive, voter registration drive, Reactiva- tion of civic organizations, and a review of ordinances to help control old houses, animals, junk cars,, and unmowed lots. Citizens also recommended that a ten-year plan for the town be made, that an effort be made to secure a city park, 22 low rent housing units, and other public works, and that grant opportunitis for the !!;:i:i: :!:::::i :!: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i :2 =:2::: .: :::: ::: : ::::::::::::::: :::::::=::: ::::i:i ::: :i !:i:i :i i:i i:::: : ::: :: :: ::::: ::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: :;.i: Trinidad News i:i:il By Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. iiiii Dennis Parker returned home Thursday after visiting in Freeport with the George Parkers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller, Bill Mark and Kaylea of Tyler, and Kristi Miller of Longview were here Friday for an over-night camping trip to celebrate Kaylea's 9th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines spent Memorial Day in Garland with their children. A Defensive Driving School will be held at the United Methodist Educational Building from June 7-10 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. You must attend four days to get your certificate for 10 per cent discount for insurance. Donna Renteria began working on Tuesday, May 31 for Lakeside Beauty Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Collins, Anna and Michael of Mr. Pleasant returned home Wednesday after visitng with parents. The Trinidad Twirling School held from May 30 to June 3 had 21 students. Awards were presented Friday morning to outstanding student, Jill Holcomb of Waco. Germany, Ann Airheart, and Lisa Nolan. The PeeWee League ballteam and Little League team enjoyed a swim out at the Youth Center and a picnic on Thursday evening. Helen and Elizabeth Clark of Whitehouse visited with their grandparents this past week. Evelyn Millican of Terrell visited with the John Frenches Saturday. Mrs. Edith McClintock was in Athens Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw spent Saturday and Sunday in Wimberly with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and children. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin spent the weekend in Granbury visiting Mr. and Mrs Bruce Wall. Mrs. Diane Reeve returned home from the hospital following surgery last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent were in Tyler Saturday visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Taylor and Jason went to Gatesville Saturday to attend the met May 31 at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. T.H. Stanfield with 11 present. Mrs. Fleming gave the opening remarks followed by prayer by Mrs. C.C. Wright and Mrs. Bama Miller began the gospel of Mark giving the first chapter. Meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Ozie Land. Jill, Jan, and Judy Holcomb of Waco visited last week with their grandparents, Alpine and Hawk Holcomb and attended the Trinidad Twirling School. Jill received the outstanding award and Jan and Judy received medals in the beginner class. The Senior Citizens were honored in the First Baptist Church on May 29. Harden Airheart directed the choir of Senior Citizens. Harden also sang a special. Mrs. John Quinn and Mrs. Ned Bumgardner sang a duet. Testimonies were given and Bible Markers were presented to all Senior Citizens present. Mr. Frank Van Orden returned home Thursday after attending the high school graduation of his grandson. Mike Jones, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of Visiting over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Taylor were Sue's sister, Mrs. H.E. Donahee, and nephew, John Arnold, of Ore City, Texas. Visiting with Mrs. Frank Dulaney Sunday and Monday were her sister and brother- in-law, Lida and Thane Noel of Oklahoma City. They really enjoyed their visit, especially since they haven't seen each other in over ten years. Dr. and Mrs. Bill Clark visited with parents on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barker returned home Sunday from a trip to the West Coast to visit their daughter in Placeville. Calif. They traveled with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carey of Tyler, Mrs. Barker's sister and brother-in-law. They reported at trip. The Northeast Texas Chapter of the Cyctic Fibrosis Foundation has announced the appointment of two area Breath of Life campaign chairman for 1977, Mrs. Leland Williams of Trinidad and Mrs. James Kinman, Eustace. The Church of Christ gospel meeting began June 6th and will go through June 12 with Cecil Allen, Egangelist, preaching. A small crowd attended the community meeting on June 3, at 7 p.m., in the conference room. Larry Estes, president. gave the welcome and told how the money would be spent for repairing, and construction of four new classrooms, if the bond is passed on June II in the amount of $300,000. The election will be held at the Trinidad school. Mrs Steve Land visited Sunday through Tuesday in Carrollton with her daughter, Jennie and Mick Ludwig and sons. Jan Wallace and daughter Amanda of Dallas visited with his parents on Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Taaffe reports that her grandson, Dean Rittmann of El Paso, graduated May 29 at 8 p.m. from Medical School at the Moody Civic Center, Galveston. He will intern in Houston. The Tuesday Bible Study Mr. Clean Car town be reviex6ed. They also suggested that a city manager for the city should be utilized for budget planning, and that study committees be appointed from residents with the Town Council setting up guidelines and hearing reports from the committees, and that a monthly newsletter to prepared to report the status of projects undertaken. All of the proposals came following hours of work and discussion by the group of residents attending. Wyle McClintock served as emcee for the days activities and introduced Mayor Lamesa Sillick who welcomed the residents attending. Mayor Sillick also presented certificates of appreciaiton to volunteer boards and organizations within the city, including the Trinidad Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Unit, Trinidad Housing Authority, Trinidad Parks and Recrea- tion Board, and the Trinidad Cemetery Association. Following lunch in the school lunchroom, the Trinidad High School Band front line entertained with two dance-twirl routines, and the group joined in singing the new town song that was written during the meeting. Small children were attended to during the day by Mrs. Bill Freeman and members of the Future Homemakers of America. T-Dad Chamber To Organize An organization meeting for the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce will be held at 7:30 p.m. June 13 at the Community Center for the purpose of establishing membership and election of officers. Anyone interested in attending the meeting is urged to be present. 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