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/- i W.C. Fleming Dis- 21 Public Education attended and Area Cancer Society Oct. 21 at at the Sheraton Inn in Jana Bradshaw visited parents weekend. Mike Etter and Joe were here for the for a visit with Joe Rayfield while Mike on fishing trip to and Mrs. Bill Miller with Mr. and Mrs. Powell in Silsby and George Reagen in Tex. on Sunday. a Bradley A memorial Julius Dry, Aug.11, 1904-- Oct. 16, 1976, was held Wednesday Oct. 20th at 7:30 p.m. at the Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church. Prelude-music was by Mrs. Lou Almand the organist; Hymn, "e Not Desmayed by the congrega- tion; Prayer, response by the congregation; Solo was by Mr. Beasly was "His Hand In Mine", Scripture reading, Psalms 1:1-3; The Garden of Memories by Rev. George Olson; the benedition and the postude. A Pink and Blue Baby Shower honoring Mrs. Sandy Trammell on Sat. Pull Coolidge In 40-0 Romp Trinidad Trojans to Coolidge for a a bunch of swarm- Yellowjackets and took by a 40-0 score. Trojans received the and drove 71 yards the TD as Mike Parker m the workhorse as he had r the 71 yards and a four jaunt for the score. Collins kick was true score was 7-0 at the ff the first quarter. second quarter out to be a punting the Trojans Ken- Armstrong went to the on passes to Melvin and Jeff Thorpe on the jackets yard line. The next Armstrong veered left zipped through the for the TD. Collins point was blocked. second half began as received the ball Came out passing. The Neal Mays to the halfback and quarterback and Safety Jeff intercepted and re- ball 25 yards .to Jackets six. Randy five yards for the Pitts kicked to bring the score to zero. fourth quarter proved the decisive one as Coolidges unsuitable manners set the Trojans on fire as they would put 20 more points on the score- board. The first score of the fourth quarter came after Coolidge was in Trojan territory and they passed into the endzone and Randy Collins intercepted the ball seven yards deep and then let fly down the sideline untouched 107 yards for the score. The kick was no good. The next TD came as reserve QB Darrell Hoover passed 28 yards to Howard Monroe for the score and Mike Parker ran for the two. The final score came with only 18 seconds left as Darrell Hoover went 45 yards for the six points. Collins' pass to Monroe was no good. The Trojans gained a total of 253 yards with 182 coming on the ground and 71 throughthe air. The leading rusher was Parker with 90 yards on 13 carries. The Trojans defense was an- chored by tackle Gregg Calvin and linebacker Jay Tort. The Trojans had three interceptions with a total of 145 yards of returns. The game was marred by penal- ties as the Trojans had 120 yards assessed against them. The Trojans are open next week and play Mildred in two weeks at home. HOME INTERIORS & ACCESSORIES GIFT BOUTIQUE Dried Rowers Italian & English Imports Novelty Clocks & Other Items 432-3614 S & J Shopping Center Suite No. 3 Seven Points 24 Hour Wrecker Service Repair Service Tires and Tubes Open All Day Saturday Tanner Motor E. Mitcharn P_j 489-1292 W l EXXON Trinidad News By Mrs. W.C. r'leming, Jr. service for --Oct. 23-1etween 2 p.m. and 4 18th. Mrs. BeEtle sales re- p.m. at the Trinidad United presentative helped the we- Methodist Church with Mrs. men select items to furnish Sue Condray was host. the church kitchen. e[ A charge conference will Meeting be held in Trinidad United A Gospel meeting will be Methodist Church on Wed held in the Church of Christ Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m. The Church beginning Sunday Cedar Lake Church is Nov. 7th with night services invited. The confrence will at 7:30 p.m. Men. through be conducted by Dr. A,C. Wed. with Rev. Oscar Brant- Bell at 7:30 p.m. ley doing the preaching. Attending the Senior Citi- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johns- zen committee meeting on ton returned home Thursday Ageing Thursday at 3 p.m in from visiting in Nacag- Athens were Mr. and Mrs. doches with Mrs. Baker and Herb Saunders and Mrs. relatives at a reunion. W.C. Fleming Jr. Beauford Wright of Rusk Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie came from his deer hunt in Miller and daughter Colorado and visited with attended the Texas Prison his mother, Mrs. C.C. Rodeo in Huntsville last Wright on Wed. and Thurs. Sunday. Lacy Chiles' condition is Trinidad's Food Fare new stable following a heart store manager, Ed Mach of attack. He is in Navarre Kaufman is giving the store Hospital. a new look by re-arranging The lovely flowers were the shelves and aisles. The placed in the Baptist Sanc- Roy Freele's have moved to tury by Mr. and Mrs. BIG. Italy where they are manag- Riden on Oct. 17. The ing a store there. Claude Thompson placed Mary Sue Symith of flowers in loving memory of Dallas visited Thur. and Fri. her parents on Oct. 24th. with her grandmother, Mrs. Ray Kent was in Austin Merle Osburn. on Oct. 23 to attend the UT Ray Stanfield of Grand- and SMU game and visit bury visited with parents with Mr. and Mrs. Bill May. Sunday. Visiting with Mr. and Trinidad Jaycees will Mrs. Ben Cates Thursday sponsor a Halloween Carni- evening for the Jr. Varsity val at Trinidad School Sat. game were, Clarence Johns- evening. Hot Dogs and food ton, Ric Howard of will be sold. Commerce, Monty Howard, Terri of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. .,,u,a,o.,v. Dick Howard of Dallas. Buster Blaine Hines of The TrinidadJaycees and Slidell, La., a senior at parade chairman, Ray Kent Louisiana State University, wishes to thank all partici- has received the 1,000 R.C. pants and spectators who Baker Foundation Scholar- made their 3rd Annual ship for the 1976-77 acade- Homecoming Parade a suc- mic year. cess. Despite threating skies The R.C. Baker Scholar- and chilly winds the follow- ship is awarded to students ing groups presented their in Mechanical and Petro- exhibits: Henderson Co. leum Engineering. Deputy Sheriffs Depart- Buster is the son of Mr. ment, Trinidad Fire Depart- and Mrs. HolDs B. Hines Jr. ment and Rescue unit carry- of Slidell, La. and the ing members of the First grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church Royal Am- H.B. Hines Sr. and Mr. and bassadors and Trinidad Mrs. R.C. Derden of Finance. He also holds the American Institute of Bank- ing Basic Certificate. He is married to the former Sherry Neill of Hous- ton and they are parents of Travis age 5 and Rae Ann 21/2 years. On Nov. 7th the Bell Canta Chorus Singers of Boles Home in Quinlan, Texas will be visiting the Trinidad Church Christ and will present a singing pro- gram that afternoon at 2:30 p.m. All people are invited to attend. Thursday Oct. 28, 1976-MALAKOF'F NEWS-Page 5 i! Trinidad High Still Hectic Lawton Parks to members 0 Following Homecoming the Trinidad Fire Dept. on Sun. Oct. 17. In appreciation to the department for help- ing him when his hay barn burned. Church Buys Members of the Trinidad Church Christ have bought the property of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bradley. The front lots will be made into a parking area. The Bradley home will be the Church of Christ parsonage. Oct. 21 the RI Set Trinidad Jr. High football team were tied 8-8 with Coolidge with 29 seconds and Ray Germany scored a touchdown to make the score Trinidad 14-Coolidge 8. Jr. Varsity played the tough Cayuga team and suffered a 38-0 defeat. Trinidad High school stu- dents attended the Fair on Monday oct. 18th. Bob Miller of Long'view was here Thursday after noon for a visit with parents. it's-A-Boy- Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Rolison announce the arrival of Benjamin Bradley, eight pounds and 11 ounces. He is welcomed by brother, jason Paul. Grandparents are: Mr. and Mrs. Buster Air- heart. Tuesday Ladies Bible Study met in the lake home of Mrs. Jim Williams on Oct. 19th. Welcome was given i and weeks announcements and a sick card signed for Mrs. Annie Lanier. Mrs. AUstin Osburn gave the 7prayer followed by the " second Epistle of John given by Mrs. Bama Miller. Meeting closed with prayer i by Mrs. Dorothy Harrison. Eleven were present Dr. Keith Chiles of Whit- ney, Dr. Don Chiles of Anchorage, Alaska have been here with father, Lacy and their mother. Mr. Chiles Revival will be held Oct. 31 thru Nov. 7 -- 7:30 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church with Evangelist Arnold Knight, Secretary of Missions of Mississippi doing the preaching with pastor, Rev. James Bliss. Music will directed by Billy Joe Wilbanks. Special sing- ing by the Masters Four and the Gospel Americans. Mrs. J.H. McClintock was in Dallas Tuesday. 2 Screwworm Cases Confirmed Two confirmed cases of screwworms have been re- ported in Henderson County according to County Agent, Gayle Finch. Both cases were identified by the Screwworm Eradica- tion Program laboratory at Mission, Texas. One case came from four miles west.of Athens while the second case came from Eustace. Both were from navel infestations of beef calves. Area producers are urged to continue to inspect their livestock on a regular basis, treat all wounds with approved material, and sub- mit larvae samples to the Mission laboratory for iden- tification. BOAT STALLS football teams, V.F.W. Color Guard, Trojan Band and Majorettes, Homecoming Queen, De Anna Davis, and Court Float, Methodist Church Float, Henderson County Senior Citizens Nu- trition meals van, Jaycees Homecoming Elementary Princess and Duchess Float, Jr. High Cheerleaders, Booster Club, Athletic Pro- gram display, Varsity Cheer- leader of the class of 1989, Kindergarten float, clowns, jeeps, horses, and bicycles. Plaque For Stevens The Trinidad Jaycees re- cently presented past presi- dent, Phil Stevens with a plague commemorating his turn of office. Mrs. Stevens was presented a necklace for her support. Brother Earl King attend- ed the State Baptist conven- tion in San Antonio on Oct. 18-21. Bro. King reports that the convention was very well planned and conducted in a way that he believed was pleasing to God. Sherry Kent, Travis, Rae Ann visited recently in Tyler with Sister Rita Manzel- mann and Mikki. High attendance is set at First Baptist on Oct. 31. The Baptist Women of First Baptist sponsored a Tunoerware party on Oct. Trinidad. is a patient at Navarre He is a member of the Tau  Hospital following a heart Beta Pi, and engineering attack honor society, Phi Eta Sig- ma, honor society and Pi Epsilon Tau, Petroleum En- gineering honor society. Outstanding Ray W. Kent has been named by Fuller and Does as an "Outstanding young Man of America for 1976. Kent was cited for his professional achievements, leadership, abilities and ser- vice to the community. Since moving to Trinidad in 1971 Kent has been associated with the First State Bank, where he is vice-president. He is a member of the First Baptist Church, Chamber of Com- merce, secretary-treasuary of Lion Club, Jaycees Local, Regional and Area officer, Little Dribblers Coach, Uni- versity of Texas Ex-Stu- dents Association member, participant in local mens sports teams. Kent was given numerous local area, regional and state awards from the Jaycees in 1974 including the Texas Jaycees Award for Individ- ual Accomplishments. Kent is a 1968 graduate of Tyler Jr. College with honors and 1970 graduate of University of Texas with B.B.A. in For Rent-- Free Launch Star Harbor Marina Open 11 to dark By Jeanie Airheart It would seem that during the week after Homecoming things would slow down but here at THS they became more hectic. To start the week off right on Monday morning the FHA and FFA members loaded up and headed for the State Fair in Dallas. They spent the day there and came home around 8:00 that night. This left approxi- mately fifteen high school students at school with the Seniors having the most! The day was a lot of fun either way and also restful for the high school teachers. On Tuesday everything was really hectic. To start the day the Senior American Government class went to and visit their Data Process- ing and Business depart- ments. And so ends a rushed but enjoyed day at THS. Wednesday was some- what a rest day compared to Monday and Tuesday The only things that happened were football practice and girls basketball practice. On Thursday, since the Presidential Elections are coming up in November, the Government class decided to take a poll to see who was favored at THS. The two positions voted on were President-Vice President and Senators. Democratic nominee Jimmy Carter re- ceived the most votes and Alan Steelman, Republican, the most votes for Senator. the Spanish Trace Inn in A small group of people Athens to meet and listen to went to Tyler that night to Representative Sam B. Hall. see "A Member of the Mr. Hall has many points Wedding" put on by tbe on which the Senior class Tyler Junior College Drama agrees. Then, after making Department. it back to Trinidad by third Finally Friday came. A period, the fifth and sixth peP rally and a game were period business classes, at the events. The Trojans 12:00, again set out for really ended the week good Athens. Only this time the by defeating the Collige trip was to HCJC to look at Yellowjackets 40-0! ...... PUBLIC NOTICE Lone Star Gas Company, in accordance with Section 43(a) of Article 1446c V.A.T.C.S., hereby gives notice of the Company' intent to implement a new schedule of rates for natural gas service to be charged to the residential and commercial consumers in the ci,y of Trinidad effective November 26th , o7e. The rate schedule Is expected to furnish a 8O percent increase in the Company's gross revanuas in tha City of Tdnidad A Statement of Intent has been filed with the City of Trinidad and is available for inspection at the Com- pany's business office located at 309 F. Coican Athens, Texas. Lone Star Cos Company IT WAS, FOUR IN THE MORNING ... .. You just spoke to the doctor and your baby has a fever of 104. Now you need a prescription filled and you need it right away. not later on. What are chances of finding the pharmacist at that big discount place? You are not even sure which pharmacist i! is or even his name. 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