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Trinidad Mrs, Norene Jones and daughter are new Trinidad re- sidents having moved into a h,,ase on Lynn Street on Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Armondo Ren- teria were in Waeo over the week-end to attend and partici- pate in the wedding of Miss An- gelita Torver and Curtiss Rod- rigues. They were one of 18 couples who were attendants in the bridal party. After their return home they purchased a new btue and white Maverick car on Monday. Sintm the recent rain:: the barrage of mesquitoes and flies that have hit town have brought out the city sprayers, They were seen spraying in various areas of t(.wn Monday. Anyone who was at anytime in the class that graduated from Trinidad High School in 1961, is asked to contact Mrs. Kay Car- ter in care of the school. Also if anyone has any information as to the address or names of thtx;e persons please contact her. The class of '61 will be an hor)r class at homecoming this yr, and a reunion of old friends is hoped for. Julic and Stephen Stolusky spent the week in Caddo Mills visiting with their grandparcmts, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bethae while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stolasky were busy at school. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin were in Dallas Friday night to attend a performance of the musical "Two By Two," at the State Fair Music Hall. Mrs. John Cartlidge has re- turned to her home after spend- ing the past thrm weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Maxine Roh- erson of Garland, who was ill. Mrs. Cartlidge reports that Maxme is doing much better now. Becky Rayfield of Denton visited over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Rayfield, and was also here to attend the wedding of Miss Vickie Airheart. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Holcomb had their grandchildren, Jan and Jill, visiting with them over the week-end. Mayor and Mrs. Freeman Miller have their tlu'ee grand- daughters visiting with them while their nmther, Mrs. Peggy Airheart. is ill. Mrs. Dora Wilbanks, and her grandson John, who spent the week-end with her, were in Coming home from Fairfield Saturday with Horse Show Tro- phys were Jay and Billy Tart. Jay won 1st in straight away A barrels 9 and under, and 3rd in pole bending 13-17 and 6th in flag race. Sara Brookshire and daughter Lori and their friend Moray of Austin were here last week for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Pete Peterson. The Tuesday Eqle Study met Mesquite Saturday to visit with at 9:30 in the parsonage with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abee, 17 ladies present. Mrs. Edna Julie and Matt. Langridge opened the meeting with prayer followed by the Jimmy Estes of Sherman study of Matthew by Mrs. Bama visited over the week-end with Miller. Refreshments were sere- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Estes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Or- den were in Sulphur Springs Thursday morning and came home by way of Tyler to visit with Mrs. George Black who is in the East Texas Chest Hos- pital there. Skeet reports that Mrs. tlack is doing very well with her treatments and eling fine. Mrl and Mrs. Sam Mosley spent the week-end in Dallas visiting with his sister, Mrs. Norma Klonpz. Mrs. Mary Peebles has been in Memorial Hospital in Cor- sicana for tests since last Tues- day. She was hopeful that she would be able to return to her home during the week. The doctors reports were all pretty good, at last report. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming Jr. spent the week-end at Lake Striker visiting with friends. Mr: and Mrs. W. E. McElroy and daughters Sharon and Sus- an, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lohman and David took a short vacation trip to Oklahoma last week. They spent some time at Turner Falls and Ardmore be- fore returning home. On Wednesday they were in Waco to pick up Mrs. Bob McElroy who had been visiting with her daughter and family, Mr. and MRS. Peyton Graham and children. ed following the study. The Reverand C. L. Bell, District Superintendent of the Palestine District of United Methodist Churches, was the guest speaker at worship ser- vices in Trinidad Methodist Sunday. Following the worship service the church membership held a covered dish luncheon in the fellowship hall of the church so that they might be- come acquainted with the new Superintendent and Mrs. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lusk of Ennis visited Sunday with her sisters, Mrs. Lois Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Johnston. Butch Ridgeway, with the aid of his four year old son Derek, hauled in a whopper of a fish Saturday at a Trinidad Lake. Fishing with a red and reel and with thirty pound test line Butch managed to pull out a 58 pound Catfish. He has pictures to show, but none that would print in the paper. Needless to say there was much excitement around the Ridgeway place Saturday night, and Derek will probably expect to see his Dad- dy pull out another one like that on their next fishing trip. Mrs. J. A. McLain and her -sister, Mrs. Katherine Welch from Dallas, just returned Tuesday night from a vacation, visiting trip. They visited rela- tives, some of whom they had not seen in several years, in Wellington, Shamrock, Abilene, and Morton, Texas. They also visited places which were in- teresting to them -- in Herford, they went through a farm and cattle ranch which feeds 130,- 000 cows a year -- they visited tomatoe sheds where they raise tomatoes in houses, fertilized by chemicals, and the vines Mr. and MRS. Ray Sullivan and daughters Pam and Step- hanie, of Houston, were here over the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston and with his mother, Mrs. Ula Sullivan. Jerry and Ray will be moving from Hous- ton in the next couple of weeks to Alexandria, La. where Ray will open a new TGY store. were above their heads. The Preston Bryant, son of Bro. "highlight of the trip was the and Mrs. Bryant, left from Dal- viewing of the musical "Texas." los Monday for Pureto Rico which was performed in an am- phitheatre and depicted the history of Texas, with horses, covered wagons and all. On the return trip, they visited in Mor- ton, Denver City, Seminole, Lubbock and Weatherford. where he will be stationed with the Navy. Making the trip to Dallas to the airport with Pres- ton were his parents. Bro. and Mrs. Bryant and Miss Sharon MeEh'oy. Page Six -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- August 20, 1971 PttlLLIP SPIVEY PLACES 7th WITH HIS ENTRY IN THE VAN ZANDT COUNTY FAIR. DAVID TAPLEYS STEER TAKES 3rd PLACE WITH THIS STEER AT VAN ZANDT FAIR. J. M. Finley New C of C President At its regular business meeting on Thursday, August 5, the local Chamber of Commerce elected a new president and vice president to guide the Cham- ber for the remainder of 1971. As reported by Mr. Leo Strange, Secretary, the election of officers has been delayed since the first of the year, which is when the Chamber Year of- ficially begins. Mr. J. M. Finley suc- ceeds Mutt Mallory who had served several years as president. Mr. Finley was a resident of Trinidad back in the forties He moved to Hous- ton after his discharge from the Army and was engaged in the wholesale floor covering business there until he retired and moved back to Trinidad a couple of years ago. He has been a member of the Cham- ber since returnip.g to Trinidad and has recently represented Trinidad in the formation of the New Cedar Creek Lake Association. Mr. Bob Eaton was elected as vice pr,sident to succeed Glarer McClin- tock. J. M. FINLEY "  tOY MEE'IS GIRL at our bank, recently. He was adding to his savings account for a sports car. She was saving for a vacation cruise You guessed it! His savings will make the downpayment on their homeymoon home - her's will buy the furnishings. 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