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.,,, Wilbanks spent days last week in County Memorial for tests and treat- becoming ill at his and Mrs. Don Bevel Dallas Friday where underwent further tests hospital there. Coy Martin spent days last week in County Memorial for tests and treat- Bruce Wall of Gran- Thursday and Friday in Corsicana check- his mother-in-law, and Martins' daughters, Wall and Kathy were here for the Trinidad News weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brad- shaw spent the weekend in Wimberley visiting with their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and children, Tammy, Mark, Dawn, and Heather. Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynn Davis are proud parents of a baby daughter, Locasta Lyn, born July 13 at 2 a.m. She weighted eight pounds at birth. Welcoming her sister is three year old Krystal Dawn. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. -"00 0EP""sLE '1 rESHIfilOHi Blue Cross Blue Shield Medimet GIBSON PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 900 CORSICANA HIGHWAY ATHENS, TEXAS 76751 PHONE 675-7069 EARL ANDERSON. R.Ph Owner 'THANK YOU-WE AFRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Insurance-Tips from Jerry Garrison Twister's Comin', Reckon We'uns Should Insure Th' House With Insurance Agency 226 N. Terry St.- Phone 489-0512 Garrison Insurance Agent July 24, 1975. MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 7 ........... ::: Trinidad Baptist Homecoming Guests Listed ::: Included in the of of Steve Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Mr. and Mrs. Randel Stroud were in Trinidad Sun- day to attend homecoming activities at the First Baptist Church. They also visited while here with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mosley. Mrs. Peyton Graham and children of Mt. Pleasant were in Trinidad Saturday visiting with the McElroy family. Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Johnston of Houston were in town for the weekend. Mary Dauphine remained for the week. Mrs. J.W. Reeves of Dallas is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Otis Stanfield. Jan Adams of Dallas and tara Lundy of Mabank visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stanfield. Mr. and Mrs. John Pritchett visited over the weekend with their children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rusk and family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Curry. The Trinidad Jaycees have expressed their appreciation to those who supported them at the ice cream supper Thursday night. A special thanks goes to Chester McEntire and the VFW for their help. Coffee Held shop were Mrs. Stubblefield and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Stubblefield of Little Elm, and Mrs. Bob Elsom and family. The Couples Class of Cal- vary Baptist Church rode in their new 72 passenger church bus Saturday night to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brigance for a hamburger supper. Mrs. Erma Dickey has just completed a six weeks college course at Navarro College on Mrs. Jim Gaston was hostess for a coffee Friday morning honoring former resi- dent Mrs. Joe Henderson and her three month old daughter, Joey Lyn. Mrs. Henderson is a resident of Beal Air Force Base in California and she is a teacher in Yuba City, Calif. Out-of-town" guests at- tending included Mrs. Henderson's mother, Mrs. W.F. Story of Kemp, Mrs. Larry Story and daughters of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Kay Carter and Jennifer of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. Wiltard Clark of Beaumont. A large crowd was on hand at the Trinidad Community guests attending the Home- coming services at First Baptist Church Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones of Kerens, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Bradley of Old Ocean, Mrs. Era M. Griffin of Marble Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stan- field of Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Peters of Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Calwell of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Drake of Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs Sam Airheart of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Don Covey of New Orleans, La., Mrs. Brad Stacy of Malakoff, Mike, and Nickey Pulley of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Johnson of Houston, Eddie Airheart of Edom, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hurst of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Arvie Crawford, Kim, Mike, and Kelley, of Lan- caster, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Airheart of Victoria, Mr. and Trinidad Trustees Set Physical Science. Mrs. Carloyn Barron of Budget Hearing Midland visited over the weekend in Trinidad with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clete Trinidad School Trustees Dickey. Audrey returned to Trinidad following a visit in Midland. Methodist youth attending camp at Lakeview last week were Charles Freeman, Ray Germany, Brett and Matt Morman, Frank Goodenough, Dennis Parker, Marianne Smalling and Robert Finley. Counslers attending were the Rev. Buford Finley and Eugene Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace, Mike Wallace and Cindy Graves visited Wednesday in Clifton with Mrs. E.A. Elling- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stan- field and children of Pales- tine visited Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Stanfield. Mrs. Hollis Hines and children, Lauri and Stephen of SlideU, La. visited the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines and Mrs. Willie Stacy. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John French over the week- end were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hayes of Huntsville, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clark of Beaumont, and Mary Nell Pine of Tyler. Mrs. Bob Elsom has com- pleted six weeks of classes at Denton. She will begin prac- tice teaching in Malakoff in August. Center Saturday night to welcome Bro. and Mrs. J.C. Mankin Homecoming Blaylock. A welcome sign was hung outside to greet the special guests who were residents of Trinidad in 1927. Refreshments of punch, Coffee, and cake were served by hosts Mr. and Mrs. Pat Airheart, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Cartlidge, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newsome. Joe Stubblefield, Bob Elsom, Mrs. Kathrine Powers, Mrs. Jack Murrey, Mrs. Bob Farmer, and Jim Wiley, all of Trinidad Schools, attended the Small Schools Workdshop last week. Camping at Bastroph while others were attending work- JONES. BLAIR PAINT SUMMER SWEEPSTAKES GRAND PRIZE: NEW BUICK APOLLO 4-DOOR SEDAN Olg[I PlII[S Annual Homecoming at the Mankin Church will be held Saturday, July 26, beginning at 5 p.m. Homemade ice creami" cake and pies will be available for sale, and bingo and ball throwing will be available for entertainment. Donations for the cemtery can be made to Jessie Gunnells, B,G. Ridens, Kenneth Dillard, Mary Nell Skiles, or secretary Velma McClendon. The Dorcus Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. George Uhrich with 12 members present. Mrs. Jim Williams led the group in prayer followed by a devotional by Mrs. Edna Langridge. Coke floats were served for refreshments. Miss Sharon McElroy visited Monday and Tuesday in Garland with Mr. and Mrs. John Martin. Richard Martin spent the weekend in the McElroy home visiting with Sharon. Mrs. Wyle McClintock has been vacationing in California and Nevada with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crouch. Dick Melear was released from the hospital in Dallas Friday, July 18, but is reportedly still very weak. He will remain in Dallas with his children. The United Methodist Women met Monday at 2 p.m. in the educational building for their regular business meeting and study session. Mrs. Buford Finley opened the meeting followed by prayer by Mrs. John French. Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. gave the study lesson on "Better For Me To Die" from the book of Jonah. The people of the Fiji Islands believe that earthquakes are caumd by the twistings and turnings of a serpent god in a mountain. MYWAY UPHOLSTERY Free Estimates Pick Up & Delivery Quality Workmanship 214-425-3967 Eustace FOUR GENERAL ELECTRIC 19" COLOR T.V. SETS Register Now set August 11 as the date for a budget hearing for the pur- posed 1975-76 school budget. B.W. Tatum was elected president of the board replac- ing the late Clint Floyd, Jr., and Floyd Loven was elected vice president. Bobby Roun- savall retained his position as secretary. No appointment was made to fill the vacant position. Don Watt was employed as basketball and assistant foot- ball coach. Watt is a native of Kemp, a graduate of Hender- son County Junior College and Stephen F. Austin Uni- versity, lie has seven years teaching experience and was head basketball Coach at Elgin. Watt is married and has two pre-school age child- ren. The board accepted the resignation of Don Ruble who wll be with the Hallsville School District and Diane Stone who has accepted em- ployment with Athen Schools. In other business the board selected the First State Bank P.ri L,tm ()uarter ot it nmv (rorl'l the (tay il the niddl, av:. when lt.ldellts :*tl(t ttlt()r from tile Ul'd''er- ,it. )i' Par'b. would :o there. coli:erse II] Latin. of Trinidad as the school depository for the next two years and gave school Super- intendent Bob Elsom the authority to adjust the office work schedule to take advant- age of the new school legisla- tion. Elsom reported that the contractor expects to be com- pleted with the exterior of the Ag building by August 1. i i Nething To To Buy-Sweepstakes Ends August 16, 1975 City Builders Malakoff and Kipp of Malakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchum and daughters of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rusk and family of Dickenson, Mr. and Mrs. Davenport of Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Gilbert of Mineral Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Albert King of Murchison, Mr. and Mrs. Randel Stroud of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pulley of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bayless of Denton, and Shonie Rawles. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rambo and family of Jackson- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Airheart and daughter of Duncanville, Ralph Miller of Dallas, Mrs. Della Carter of Eustace, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Taylor of Athens. Valaree Griffin Blair of Marble Falls, Vernon Dunn of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradley of Abilene, Rev. Welson Glenda Woods of Dallas, Ted and Dayle Sparling of Stephenville, Oral Rozell of Sherman, Mrs. H.S. Long of Ft. Worth, Brenda Flatt of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Airheart of Edom, ii of Big Springs, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Cartlidge and amily of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rusk and family, of Dickenson, ttouston Plunda of Dallas, Brian Gregery: of San Francisco. Calif., Mrs. Earnestine Belnke and family of Cleburn, Rodney Seaman of Garland, Burr Jenkins of Dallas, Drew Wyrick of Farmersville, Bro. John Granger anf family of Ft. Worth, Bro. and Mrs. Dick Griffin of Marble Falls, Polly and I,ewis Simpson of East Bernard. Todd Chiles of Whitney, Mr. and Mrs, L. Ray Willis of Farmersvle, B.C, and Betty Seldon :of Garland, Mrs Vivian Goblus of Longview, Terea Miller!iof Otis, La., Donna and Tommy Childs of Anchorage, Alaska, lienry Beaird of Abilene ahd William Beaird of Athefis, Mr. and Mrs. Earl J ntono[ Seminole, Mr. and Mrs. hee Roy Bennett of Balfh Springs. Mrs. Roy Bostick:of Corsicana. Mrs. Doris Marie Shernmn and Mrs. Cox "of" Waco WHISPERING CEDAR SALON Cindy Merriman Open Monday thru Saturday Introducing Uni-Perm Permanents on Special aH month. Blow Cuts and Men's Styling Hwy 85 (In the Furniture Store) IT'S LAY-A-WAY TIME AT THE PEPPER TREE.. 10% down will hold your back.to.school purchase for 30 days. THE PEPPER TREE is bursting with exciting Jeans, Jackets, skirts, tops & belts for Guys & Gals. Stock up the sensible wag with our /al/-a-way p/an today.... David Lee, Mgr. Located Behind New Dairy Queen in Athens Ph. 675.3468 Monday - Saturday Thursday 9:00 6:00 9:00 - 8:00 OPEN TILL