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and chil- and Mark John- from in lolorado. of Gran- weekend with Noreen Jones of visited over tle mother, Mrs. and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. and Jason of Estates. and Mrs. Jimmy and Richard visited mother in Fort last week. of the First Church enjoyed a Celebration and 13th. Bob and Joe Stubble- } TAX SERVICE Malakoff JCNES O.D. Palestine, Box 889 Afternoons Athens. Tx. L Up & Delivery v Workmanship 214-425-3.967 Eustace LL'S EXPERT KING REPAIR Texas :.:.: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: - :.: Trinidad News By Mrs. W. C. Fleming field were local coordinators and B.C. Selden of Rockwall organized the two days of worship and fellowship at the T.P.&L. Youth Center. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson of Athens visited with her daughter, Mrs. Edith McClintock on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John French and Mr. Willard Clark were in Dallas FridaY to see Sandy Clark and Mary Nell French off on a trip to Europe including London, Amsterdam Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, and Scotland Greg Calvin, Jeff Thorpe, Scott Williams, and Kelley Dawes attended a five day camp for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes held in Estes Park, Colorado. They left June 5, returning June 12. Bro. George and Rose Olsen were on vacation last week in Franklin and Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wil- liams attended a family reunion on Saturday, June 12. The Don Bevels were here visiting parents over the weekend. Attending the wedding of Nancy Barfoot and Robert Lindenberg in Pasadena Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stanfield, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lundy and family, Mrs. Otis Stanfield, Ray Stanfield, Roy Stan- field, Ricky Stanfield, and Janie Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Collins and family of Mr. Pleasant were here Friday visiting with the Son Collins. o t wpt,me Houseteveling00R L 4ounda Wor Sills Replaced BROWN Athens ]OE SHEPPARD INS00CE ............... eAutomobile elk)at Tdp Policy & Group Accident the best service & most competitive rates. Keens 396-2952 or 396-7116 MALAKOFF AND GARDEN CENTER June 27 Featuring DOUGLAS & AVA NELLE BARROW 2:00 p.m. Sunday Julie Stolusky, daughter of the Bob Stoluskys was injured last weekend in a motor bike accident. She susined a lacerated and sprained arm. Taylor Honored Tommy Taylor, Trinidad High School Valedictorian, has been named the first recipient cf the Annual Jane Rudd Scholarship Fund of $200 by the Cedar Creek Business and Professional Women's Club. Tommy and wife, Louise, will be honored at the June 21, 7:30 p.m., installation meeting of the Cedar Creek Business and Professional officers. Airman James Lee of Fort Worth spent the weekend with his parents. Joe Bryson, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Bryson, Jr. made the Deans List out at Texas Tech with a grade point of 3.8. Joe has majored in advertising. Michael Craig of Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Craig, spent last week visit- ing with great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derden. Marca and Margo Cham- berlain of Garland visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin, Mrs. Jerry McElroy, and David Lohman visited with Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Graham, Bobby Jo and Darla Ann of Point comfort over the weekend. Mrs. Willie Davis of Fort Worth and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Davis of Brecken- ridge returned home Thurs- day after visiting with Mrs. Robert Prome and Mr. Claude Johnson. Mrs. Wayne Binion and son, Kevin, of Mt. Pleasant visited with grandmother, Mrs. George Uhrich this past week. The First Baptist Women of the church met on June 7 to make plans for the upcoming week of prayer for Operation Northland. Mrs. Margaret-: C d/'rey lesided over the meeting and Mrs. Ned Bumgardner led the women in the call to prayer for missionaries. A Bible Study will be held June 14. The Young People of the Calvary Baptist had their Unity meeting Sunday after- noon, June 6, with the Crescent }{eights Baptist Youth. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mason of Spring Valley, California, are visiting with Mrs. William Trotman. Mrs. Mason is the former Mary Mooney of Trinidad. Travis and Rae Ann Kent visited their grandparents, the L.A. Kents and Aunt and Uncle, the George Man- zelmans of Tyler Saturday. Attending the Area VIII FHA Leadership Conference June 7 and 8 held at Trinidad TP&L were DeAnna Davis. President: Ist vice president, Leslie Norris: and Mrs. Cleda Freeman. On Tuesday, members of the Canasta Club met in the home of Mrs. Bill Story of Kemp. Mrs. Story gave instructions on learning macrame. Mrs. Bill Miller, Mrs. Herb Saunders, Mrs. Tommy Stanfield, and Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr., com- pleted a macrame hanging basket. Others present were Mrs. George Uhrich, Mrs. Walter Flemimg, Mrs. Wayne Binion and Mrs. Bill Story. Refreshments of pie and coffee were served. M_S. and Mrs. Jim Brad- shaw visited with their chil- dren Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and family of Wim- berly and attended the wed- ding of granddaughter, Tammy, on Saturday night. The Church of Christ closed out their week's gospel meeting Friday night. Bro. Cecil Allen preached great sermons. The members enjoyed ice cream and cake' and fellowship after the Friday evening service at the Trinidad Community Center. Bro. Jack Allen preached Sunday services on June 6 at the Calvary Baptist Church. Scott Jordan is visiting in Texas City. Mrs. Merle Osburn and Mrs. Nits Smyth were in Waco last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent were in Tyler Saturday, June 12, for Ray's 10-year high school reunion at Robert E. Lee High. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Saun- ders were in Henderson Saturday visiting relatives. Eugene Freeman received his B.S. degree from the University of Texas in accounting with a grade point of 3.941. Mr. Tabs Parks has returned to Cedar Lake Nursing Home after being in Athens Memorial Hospital. Dan Phillips has spent two weeks at summer camp for the National Guard at Fort Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Tucker of College Station visited with the Tuckers and the Freemans over the week- end. Mrs. Donna Renteria began beauty school in Cor- sicans, Tuesday, June 8. Mrs. Betty Sanders and Mrs. Ann Rounsavall at- tended a Tax Assessor's meeting in Longview Mon- day. Donald Smith of Dallas, son of Mrs. Lillian Smith has bought the John Airheart home. Attending the wedding of Tammy Lundy in Wimber- ley Saturday night were: Mr. and Mrs Coy Martin, Kathy Martin Warren and Jan, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rounsavall, Chad and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Bradshaw. Christine Hall and Johnny Phinny were united in mar- riage Saturday June 12 at 8 p.m. in the Calvary Baptist Church. A reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. h-.  "r,,. /, r '" IF HE DObN'T &ET  GONtJA Ulr: // J/ )/ 1. We Also Are Now Featuring Complete . CUSTOME DRAPERIES -k-CUSTOMS BEDSPREADS . WALL COVERINGS Terry St. Th ?   [m pTf  Free Estimates Texas  Expert Installation 489.1908 HONORED-- Much-deco- rated Medal of Honor winner Onsol Airheart, shown here with Rep. Fred Head, was honored by the Trinidad VFW Post recently during Loyalty Day events. Onslo Stubblefield Named Trinidad High Principal Trinidad High School Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Joe Stubble- field will serve as the new High School prinicpal. Stubblefield has coached for the past three years and will continue to act as head football coach while assuming the principal posi- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Free- man and Charles visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Tucker of College Station and son Eugene Freeman of Houston. Eugene is employ- ed by Arthur Anderson Accounting firm as an accountant. Eugene is now attending a two weeks train- ing school in St. Charles, Ill. Dr. A.C. Bell, District Superintendent, filled the pulpit on June 13 at the Cedar Creek United Metho- dist and Trinidad United Methodist. NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS Ads Eunice times known as Ada Hidy Lenzie and Velma Mosley, sometimes known as Velma Mosley Taylor GREETINGS You are commanded to appear by filing a written answer to the plaintiff's petition at or before 10 o'clock A.M. of the first Monday after the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance of this Citation, the same being Monday the 12th day of July, A.D. 1976, at or before 10 o'clock A.M. before the Honorable District Court of Henderson County, at the Court House in Athens, Texas. Said plaintiff's petition was filed on the 16th day of March, 1976. The file number of said suit being No. 76-25. The names of the parties in said suit are Watt Norman as Plaintiff and Lewis Mosley, et ai as defendant. The nature of said suit being substantially as follows, to wit: A suit to partition the following des- cribed land: All those certain lots. tracts, or parcels of land on the Peter Tumlinson Survey and being Lots No. 23, 24, 25. 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 in the W. E. Phillips Second Addition to the Town of Malakoff, Texas, in Henderson, County, Texas as recorded in Plat Volue I, Page 25 of the Plat Records of Henderson County, Texas. The interest owned by Defendant. VELMA TAYLORand sometimes known as VELMA MOSLEY TAYLOR is 1/- 240ths. The interest owned by Defendant ADA EUNICE HIDY sometimes known as ADA EUNICE HIDY LENZIE is 2/240ths. If this Citation is not served within 90 days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved, Issued this the 24th day of May A,D., 1976. Given under my hand and seal of said Court. at office in Athens, Texas, this the 24th day of May A.D. 1976. Lelia May Garner, Clerk Court Henderson, County, Texas. June 17, 1976 -MALAKOFF NEWS- Pqe 7 was decorated for actions undertaken along with Audie Murphy in Europe during World War II. Rep. Head was guest speaker for the occasion. "Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each other." Addison FAMILY CARE NEEDED Care of aged, disabled, ill or convalescent in their own home, Malakoff and surrounding areas. Preparing meals, light housekeeping, & personal care. Must have own transportation. Apply Schlesinger's Home Health, 901 S. Palestine, Athens or Department of Public Welfare, Court House, Athens Talk up the Bicentennial with a real American. The telephone is a real American -- born about 100 years ago n New England. So we've brought back some old American favorites to help you remem bet our heritage There's the beautiful Early American Cradlephone, recalling our heritage of lovely homes and gracious living. And our Stars and Stripes model, an exciting new red, white and blue version of the Candlestick phone It's a tun phone that lets you show your true colors in any room Remember that basic black old favorite, the Candlestick phone  It's back, smartly trimmed in gold, to remind you of those days when the telephone first linked the country So, talk up the Bicentennial with one Of these all-American ag, orites Tfley cost much less than yO,d,may think. Call us today for information on these and other decorator phone styles Gulf States-United Telephone UNITED TELEPHONE SYSTEM IIIIII I Says "Thank you;" I am deeply grateful for the confidence expressed in me by so many vote n the First Congressional District. I b' I also appreciate, more than any words can say, the tremendous fforts of my supporters who have worked so hard to let the people know about my ,qualifications and the things in which I believe. May I take this opportunity to ask your further support in the special election to fill the unexpired term of the late Honorable Wright Patman? GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE JUNE 19th! Pal Adv. paid for Hall for Congress Committee, Perry Huffman, Treasurer P. O: Drawer M, MarShall, Texas m