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Page Six-- MALAKOFF NEWS -- October 1, 1971 Trinidad Here to attend homecoming were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lind- sey and Laurie of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey of Dal- las, and Steve Lindsey of Den- toll. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rose were in Houston during the week-end, and Joe remained for the week, to be with her daughter, Mrs. Minnie LaVatle, who had surg- ery early in the week. Minnie is doing fine and was expected to be dismissed Sunday or Mon- day. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Mc- Murrey and children, Todd and Terry, of Garland were Home- coming visitors Saturday. Mr. Jack White of Richardson was in attendance at the Home  coming gathering. In Palestine Friday night to hear Dr. Charles Allen preach were Mrs. Mary Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams, Mrs. Bama Miller, Mrs. A. M. Osborn, Mrs. Pete Peterson. Home for the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Bryson, were Barry from Bryan, and Joe from Lubbock. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Yates were hosts on Sunday for a birthday dinner honoring their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Duna- cusky. The family members had a big turkey dinner. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dunacusky and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchum and Gina, Miss Janet McClintock, and dropping in to visit were James Johnston, young James Mitchum, Mrs. J. C. Richard- son, and Mrs. Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. James Johns- ton and daughters, Penny and Kim, of Fashing, Texas, spent the week-end visiting with her mother, Mrs. B. Parks, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Johnston. Mrs. R. S. Gould spem the week.end visiting with her sis- ter, Mrs. A. M. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harem and children of Devers were here for Homecoming and to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Wright and children, Doug and Susie, of Cullen, La. visited during the week-end with his mother, Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and family of Waco spent the week- end in Trinidad and attended the Homecoming game. Virginia Lee was one of the honored class of 1951. A singing group accompanied the Martins and brought a port- ion of the Worship service in song for the United Methodist Church. The group has been in- vited to return on Nov. 21 to have charge of the service. Two of the Martin's daughters, Ka- thy and Marsha, were mem- be=s of the singing group. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomas of Ranger spent the week-end visiting wRh Mr. Don Wilbanks. While here they also attended Homecoming. Mrs. Dora Wilbanks was call- ed Friday to be with her father, Mr. Parks, who had become seriously ill. Randy McElroy of Nacog- doches was a week-end guest with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wall while visiting with Mrs. Wall's sister, Katy Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brads.haw spent the week-end in Wimber- ley visiting with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lundy and children. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Marlow over the week- end their daughter and son-in- law, Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Richardson of Austin, and Char- les' mother, Mrs. J. C. Richard- son of Angleton. Over on Sun- day to spend the day with Mrs. H. E. Marlow was Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lambert of Athens. Seen visiting at the Homecom- ing game were Paul Rayfield of Denton, Bill Redwine of Kemp, Mattie Brown of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lundy and children of Mabank, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Story of Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Bob FarrLs of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frazier of Eustace, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee McGee of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McGee, of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Yates of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Doubleday and child- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jock of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Gar- rett of Longview, Markey Brad- ley of Houston, Rev. and Mrs. Herman Bulman and daughters of Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Graham and childron, Darla and Bobby Joe, and Thomas Taffee fee of Ft. Worth. II I IIII I TO THE CITIZENS OF MALAKOFF: Several weeks ago, the Malakoff Rotary Club vot- ed to support the idea of a Library and a Commun. ity Center. I was appointed chairman of a com- mittee to follow through on the idea. We have talked to several agencies about the costs of build. ings, books and operating costs. We are still work- ing on a lead to get a grant from the government to help build such a building. At a meeting with Mrs. Barbara Martin, a repre- sentative of the Texas State Library, she pointed out several items of expense that we had not figured to cost so much. A building for a Library can be secured, be it large or small, but the building is not the big item in supporting a city library over a period of years. The big item is the operating cost and cost of books, We can support the referendum and depend on the County Library and the Commissioners Court for some of this help or go our own way with a very small beginning. If we go our own way, then it will take many years to become qualified to fit the GUIDELINES for support that the State has set up. Let's support the County plan and try to avoid a failure or a Tax for local support. Whatever happens on Oct. 2nd, be ready to join the Rotary Club in building a Community Center. MALAKOFF ROTARY CLUB JIM HARRIS, President J. D. WALLER, Chairman Library & Community Center Committee I I Mrs. David Skiles is in Cor- sit-am Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Moore of Kere were here Saturday night to attend the Horncorn- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Holcomb and daughters Jill a,'! Jan visit- ed over the week-ev, d with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Holcomb. The Tuesday Bibl%Study of the Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. William Trot- man at 9:30 a.m. with 14 mem- bers present. The meeting was opened with prayer and the stu- dy of the Book of Matthew was continued by Mrs. Bama Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Harris of Palestine were here Saturday night to attend the Homecoming game. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp during Homecom- ing week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Upchm'ch and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dana Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. David Le,mmm and Kanya of Tyler, Harriet Sharp of Dallas and J. W. Lambright. Mrs. Minnie Taylor returned to her home over the week-end after having been in Dallas for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bayless of Houston visited over the week- end with his mother, Mrs. W. P. Bayless. The Band Club reportedly cleared over $300.00 Surday during their hamburger supper and the concessions at the ball game. Mrs. Robbie Floyd, Chairman, and all of the parents who corn tributed and worked during the afternoon and night are given special thanks. Large Crowd Attends Trinidad Homecoming ? During pre-game ceremonies Keesee, escorted before what was estimated by school officials as a crowd of between 800-1000 people, Miss Kathy Martin was crowned Miss Trojan for 1971-72. The ceremonies started when the Trojan Band, under the di- rection of John Spencer and field directed by Drum Majoret- te Pare Mallory, took the field. Miss Leslie Floyd took the mike for the introduction of the prim cesses and their escorts. Prin- cesses presented in their long gowns were Ronda Tucker, daughLer of Mr. and Mrs. Ron- aid Tucker of Poin of View, escorted by Billy Tart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tart; Deb- bie Craddock, daughter of Mrs. Teresa Craddock, and grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. by Thomas Frazier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Frazier and grandson of Mrs. William Trotman; Vic- kie Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Moore, escorted by Herb Bristow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Bristow of Ruth Springs; Wanda Reeves, whose guardian is Mrs. Pashie Timms, escorted by Micheal Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Hart. Miss Trojan, Kathy Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin was escorted and crowm ed by Wesley Warren. With the Band playing the tune "My Own True Love" . Lillian Gannis and Rodney Hiler, 1st grade stu- dents, presented the crown and spray of red mums to Mr. War- ren for the crowning. During half-time ceremonies the members of the honored classes of 193141-51-61 were in- troduced. Representing the Class of '41 were Mrs. Fred Sherman (Doris Cox) of Waco and Mrs. Russell Nolan (Chris- title Johnston) of Trim'dad. They were the only two from their graduating class of 26 present. Representing the Class of '51 were Mrs. Glenn Warren (Jess- lyn Bramlett), Mrs. Virginia Martin (Virginia Gould) of Wa- co, H. L. McGee of Tyler, W. L. M of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Elza Yates (Elza Wade) of Houston, Glen Warren, and Mrs. Joseph Dunacusky (Dolores Yates). Seven of the orginal class of 16 attended. The Class of '61 was repre- sented by Mrs. Don Bevel (Shir- ley Berry), Mrs. Jerry Crocker (Ruby Thompson), Mrs Stanfield (Susie Ja]Cra  Joffery Smiley (Laura of Tyler, Larry Don EStG Jock of Tyler and Mrs. Carter, (Kay Gaston). of the tea members pr Following the football coffee and cookies were l in the lunchroom and e friends were invited to visit. The Trojans did their make the Homecoming cess by wining their gainst the Salado EagleS score of 58-26. I III I WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT- ROAD P. O. B4)x 4010 Phone 5W-$0S1 TYLER, TEX. Bakerite 100 $&H | dpning...O.......6 - GREEN STAMPS |J With $10.00 Purchase Expires Monday, Oct. 4th i DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPS ON TUESDAY SHURFINE No. TO IRrc AS E Pound Can with purchase of $5.00 or more excL Clgs. 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