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Page 8-MAI,AKOFF NEWS-October 20, 1977 HOMECOMING PRINCESSES at Trinidad High School will be honored during pre-game cermonies Saturday night. Pictured left to right is Anna Ochoa. Mariann Smalling, Leslie Monroe, Michelle Morris, and center front. Lisa Nolan [Staff Photo by Ann Roupsavail] Town Homecoming Planned : Trinidad students will light Trinidacwill be the center of the fire Fridaymight kicking attention at the annual pep- off annual homecoming acti- rally where members of the vities for the weelend. Trojan football team will be Agiant bonfire in downtown the stars. ................... _J.II.2 ........................................... L HOW TO TELL THE MEN FROM THE BOYS... MEN GIVE DIAMONDS I I Gents restyle your old diamond tin2 with a new mounting. Great selection of mens diamond rings. Jewelry repair of all types. 00tirman Athens Saturday afternoon, begin- ning at 2:00 p.m from Trojan Field the Trojan Band will roll the drums for the start of the annual homecoming pa- rade sponsored by the Trini- dad Jaycees. The parade will include a downtown route.&apos; Members of the Future Homemakers of America will host a spaghetti dinner at the school lunchroom from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The dinner will be a good place for ex-students to visit with resi- dents, and will aide FHA'ers in a fund-raising project for their annual banqtiet later: in the year, Friday night pep-rally and bonfire in downtown Trini- dad. Saturday: 9 a.m bake sale sponsored by United Metho- dist Women. Saturday: 2:00 pm. Annual Homecoming Parade begin- ning at Trojan Field. Saturday: Following the parade there will be open house at the school. Saturday: 4 p.m. Members of the F.H.A. will begin serving dinner at the school lunchroom. Saturday: 7:15 p.m. Pre- game ceremonies crowning Miss Trojan, 1977-78. Saturday: Following Ill(' game there will be a recep- tion for x-students at the school lunchroom. Saturday: The Annual Homecoming dance will be held at the First State Bank parking lot following the game. Singing Set The Gospel Americans will be in concert at the Trinidad Community Center Friday night following the downtown bonfire-pep rally Everyone is invited to at tend and there will be no admission charge. Members of the group arc Bro. Ronnie DanielL Vivian ieever, Mariann Smalling. obin Smalling, and Susan McElroy. Accompanying them on the piano will be Mrs Pre-game ceremomes and SandyLohman. the crowning of Miss Tro/. ' will bih at 7:15 p.m.:,t Trojan Fmldi,Gh/m , time  p.m. when the Tr.ojans Following thegame there+: Today-Kyle Floya, wan{la -,!!  1 r,Lll  -N W'ilkms'. Tonya Goodwm, siudent ill the"(rehooLtpnltr. r Shipley Hd]-nbuckle, James ., an(.[..daliitWl  ,,, Atlams. Gail Brown held on the parking lot of Friday- First State Bank in Trinidad Saturday-James Adams. Jer- Everyone is asked to park at ry Ochoa the Community Center. Sunday-Larry Estes. Fred ..,oo,,osao...o,.**. i CAMPBELL'S ? [,4,- Matthews. B.G. Elliott .[ , MondayBill Freeman Ka, ;;tJoiab';wad Farmer JEWELRyIAIK% - . Phone 67f3tI,2,,.,, , , 0 o. Athens, Ig&xas ea, Of, l@O0 OO *t HOME C Welcome Home Exes SCHEDULE FRIDAY NIGHT ]BIG BONFIRE AND PEP RALLY DOWNTOWN SATURDAY 2:00 PM AT TROJAN FIELD THE ANNUAL HOMECOM- ING PARADE STARTS It's X lh} '. Mr ,hn(l Mrs. Ben Cares annolnwe lhe arrival of their n(' r L}l'a!l(ist)n, .Jerenly Paul th/Bard hornOcl 9lb. 1977 at ('ommerce: lie weigiqed 7 Ibs 5 {}z Parenls arc Hick and Paula t|oward lq'oud maternal gralldpal'cus are Mr and Mrs Hn,sel Strain of Olton Patertlal ,Krandparents are Mr aP,(] Mrs Ben (?ales of Trinidad dnd Mr and Mrs. HiehaPd }tmard of I)allas. Rick Ihmard s currently enrolled al ETSU at ('om- mer('e completing work on his IlliiSlo["S deree, Each week tic has attended the Trimdad h}otball games as trainer , aid with injuries. Ih'o. I:hmnie Danniels of Canton vsilcd Tuesday with (he McEtrov tamily 31r and Mrs. Carroll Britaht, 31rs. Mice Wright. and Mrs, 'Y.('. Fleming Jr.. were m Garland on Tuesday h)r a vsn wHh The Maurice Wriffhls Trinidad Boosler ('lnb met Tues(lav night in the school ,'afeh'ria ,o bonor the tligh School eirts volleyball ream. A Iitm o lhe Trinidad Scurry volleyball gt:me was shown The score was Trini- dad 15-1 aqd 15-4. This was the lirsi time {)r' a volleyball game h) tw filmed A film was shmn of the Trinhtad,Oakwood game with Trinidad winning 14-8. Coach Stubhh,iietd pomled oul what an mltgtauding job {he boy's did The TroJans snapped the ball 99 times m the game with (ml a fumble Sieve Williams ran with lhc bali (;2 tnnes. The Thnrsda 3 ('anasta ('lob ',ne m lit home st Mrs. Nita Saunder> wilh six players cnj(Lvmg the afternoon. 51r, and Mrs. Ernest R|tchh,'s children were here trom Dallas last Sunday. Virginia l)r has been in Memorial Ih)spital in Athens /his past week. The (;opel .mericans will hol(i a sming concerl Friday (h'I 21 :llteF the pep rally and bomirc d(\\;ulo,.vn. It will be :P the Trinidad Community Cenler. If yon haven't heard ")twv arc ooa. Methodist Ladies will have a bake ,aw Saturday Taking orders for cakes, pies, and bread are Marie Wallace and ('leora l,'lcmin Nine Week's Report Cards came on Wednesday, Oct. '12th at Trinidad Schools. Trinidad Nutritions Meals 'Program memt)ers had their eyes checked for symptoms or signs ot diseases such as glaucoma or cataracts that could lead h blindness by Bill Barne!l counseh}r for the program H'OITI Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller, Blake and Matt of Lmgview visited Friday morning with the Bill Millers Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sullivan and daughters were here for the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Floy Splawn of Ft. Worth on Saturday. Trinidad school students .'enjoyed Saturday. Oct. 15 at the State Fair Maxine Green and Fannie Mae Morehead were in Dallas Saturday to attend the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharp have retumied home after spending their vacation in Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston 4-6 PM SPAGHETTI DIN- NER AT SCHOOL LUNCH- ROOM 7:15 PM CROWNING OF MISS TROJAN AND PRE- GAME CEREMONIES AT TROJAN FIELD 8 PM TRINIDAD MEETS COOLIDGE RECEPTION FOLLOWING THE GAME AT THE SCROOL LUNCHROOM. DANCE AFTER THE GAME ON THE FIRST STATE Support The Trojans PG PANAVISION' Unl4d ItlI Sat. Sun. 1-3: 30-6-8 ::Ill Aeek l)a 3 6>15 - 9:!0 ('1 N FM.X 2 The spirit of '69... TATE BANK ' ii: INi O. TEXAS i!. I Trinidad News By Mrs. W. visited relatives in Lufkin Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. V.('. Flem- ing ,lr.. spenl the weekend in Waco They look a trip (m Ill(, Queen River Boat and went to church a tile Methodist Home on Sunday. Robert Dee Taaffe, reasu- rer and assistant secretar a Channel 13 in Dallas has been appointed the newly created position of vice president and treasurer for the public com- municalions Foundation for North Texas. Dee is lhe son of Mrs Rub?," Taaffe. Melvin Patterson was a patient at Navarro Hospital for wrist surgery Trinidad Senior Citizens met lor their monthly meet- ing on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m Lee Chiles. president, call- ed the meeting to order with C. Fleming, Jr. !)(" 1111111.1:% al]d tFeaSl.lrers reI)P/ls t'e;id tl Earl King aave he ,,p(,>m,p prayer Mr ,tim \\;Vilii:tm> gave the noon lll\\;'l)C:t{ll)I] M;.tI], v.al!l(' (}l 49 were {'nio\\;(,d b\\; me !hirtv- lHl-le IYlellil)crs alrd T{) visi- lors lrom the lake area who \\; ere pre,';cll.. .Mi-s Bax h's ['et urlled th,ln,- alier VlSl!ing \\;villi her children Mrs Bonnie Smith has relurned homo alter a visil \\;v}lh her (taugricrs in Athens. Maxim, (,reen and .'%Irs. nnie I.anier visited Tuesday and Wednesda in Jackson- ville wilh their children. Thirlv-five memaers of the Flov Splawn tamilx had lunch aI the Educational Building I}efore tile funeral servmes. Methodists ladies helped serve the hmch .Mr. amt Mrs. Tholllas IVal- Annexed Area ter Stanfield and Palestine visited parents Sunday. Mrs. J.ll. ed m Ennis on her granddaughter, was sick. Many Trinidad tended the 10th zens Arts and Friday. Oct 15th. Mrs. V.{'. tended the Society Board Oct. 12 in Athens. Tuesday Bible the home of Mrs. Trotman with 11 present. Mrs. presented the Mark. Mrs. Elizabeth Athens visited with Mrs. Edith day and Monday. :l'axation Problem Under St Taxation of annexed pro- perty was the maj<)r problem discussed by the Trinidad Town Council Tuesday night at its regular semi-monthly meeting. Councilman Bill Freeman brought l he problem belore the council, saying he had received several complaints lrom property owners m the area north of tlighway 31 whicb was annexed bv Trini- dad in 19711. In preparing the tax rolls for the current year. City Secretary Glenda Hiah had assessed all the mmexed pro- perty at the same rale as other property within the town limits, acting m accor- dance with a motion passed by the connci] m 1975, Freeman said there was  "gentlemaWs agreement with property owners m the annexed area lha! tim tax rate would be $1 per parcel, Even though the council re. scinded thai agreernenl m 1975. he said. some ot the property owners did not re- ceive official nohce so were tl')l aA'a]2e t !1"! f }0 ,o,." V';b,-,z were m etfect. To further" complicate the situatmn, it was revealed that some nf the landowners had been paying the increased taxes since 1975. but nol all property had been included on the 1975 tax rolls, therefore some property owners were surprised to recmve their firsl lax salemcnls this year. After lengthy discussion the council agre{.d lo reverI ton the {}rigilla I gentlemen's agreen]elt" on lssessing proper{.,s :na dvertentlv omll!ed rom the tax rolls in 1975. and assess each parcet at $1 unit] nexl vear AI that ,ram lhe new valua- H,P, wll bc approved by the cauncd :ti1{t the required legal noll(es .'-,ent. SO landowoers ma\\; appear before lhe board oI t'qlt;:J:zallol if t/lere Is any di.areement I{V LIIlaltlInOUS decision the ('t)tlI/Cl] voted 1o ask city a!hnncv BIll Kugh ot Atbens h} slud\\; lhe citys presenl {',mwact with Tar'rant County "VaI(,r Districl Mrs. High reported Iha! the IowWs \\;,at- el' pePt;]H from the Waler tlitzhts (.'{tin !illSSi()ll dated 1967. grants Trinidad 3,000 acre Ieet )! water lrom Cedar Creek Lake. but the eontrac'. with Tarrant ('ountv Water Dislrict specifies l.t,u acre lee,, In other action the conneil , oemplsad Fred: Colvin as a TI " T":c : ,., alion of Waler Superintendent O.I.. XhiloP ('olvin wpn[ to {n'k Vfedncsdav ,'l1.rnlll --Agreed :t} adopl the 1-perceDl tmemph}ymen( ('Oll3pCllba[!OIl tlranFallce pro- gram uhich provi{tes for payillellls (}I $84 a week l{)r a period ai :lq \\;reeks :o pel'sons who m;ht qualiiv. --Voted to write a County Btakeney asking repairing,, roads city limits. Mayor Silliek said- have to buy new county blader, and tor the mterial repair of streets. --Heard a brief city night Humphries. --Named Mrs John: as election judge for l B state election constitutional The election will be City Hall from 7 a.m. I BI from page dela3 was to allow to submit Only one bid for replacing present school bid was not architecl George Auslin said he another eom :.e u.acd K,qu!d parison of prices. In other action suspended a student remainder of the because of chronic problems tbe school until Oct. Subscribe and your electric Fuel is essential in the production of electricity. 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