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Winnsboro News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1976, Winnsboro, Texas 0. BOX 45436 TEXAS 7523? Trails Country ready to greet horse crowd By Imogene As the upcoming event on the Autumn Trails the annual Big Woods Trail sponsored by the Winnsboro Trail marks the 20th anniversary of this ride in which tens of thousands have participated over these Beginning with a small band of 20 riders on a October 27.1957, the ride has grown to be the largest one day ride in the with over 3,000 participants last Second generations of riders have enjoyed the Big Woods Ride and are being joined by the small fry of the third Weekend festivities begin with the Friday arrival of the Big and Texarkana Trail with possibly other groups They will be met by local riders and escorted to the Hospitality Center about 3:30 p.m. where they will be greeted by of the City of Autumn Trails and Winnsboro Trail Wagon Master George of the Big Riders and Wagon Master Oliver Littlejohn of the Texarkana Riders will present trophies to members of their then they will form a parade through ending at City Park for their and 8:00 p.m. dance at City The dance is open to the admission per There will be a rodeo performance at 8:00 p.m. Saturday activities include a rodeo performance at 2:00 p.m. Winnsboro Trail Riders Stew at 5:00 p.m. and the big of visitors and participants in the Sunday Big Woods which is the climax of the There is no charge for The City of Winnsboro has again arranged for an additional parking area for east of the Rodeo with entrance at Coke The stew Saturday evening will be held inside the Rodeo Arena and is open to the public The Winnsboro Trail Riders are in charge of the preparation and serving of G steaming pots of chicken and beef and all bowls and spoons will be Price is for all THESE are not an exotic breed of cattle which arc being to the Tri-County but would you believe The year old animals are roaming the range on the Leroy Howard farm on Glade Branch Howard discovered the year old buffalos while traveling through Missouri and decided to transplant them to East Howard and his family reside in Mrs. Howard is the former Alma Holmes of continue to hold their historic popularity as is evidenced by this scene at the art and craft show October 10. Estelle of Sulphur Springs shows how she makes the place mats which she featured in her display of crafts while her Mary is busy crocheting an article which will be added to her One person hospitalized in school bus-car mishap One woman was hospitalized and four school students were treated and released from Winnsboro Memorial Hospital for injuries received Friday afternoon in an accident involving an automobile and a Winnsboro school bus. Mrs. Crystal driver of the was admitted to Winnsboro Memorial Hospital for treatment of injuries to the Westbrook School students who were treated and released for bruises and sions were Carol Lynette 7, Gaylon Darnell 7, Richard 10, and Buck Allen 6. Mrs. Scudder remained in Winnsboro Memorial Hospital Wednesday morning in satisfactory The accident occured at 3:05 p.m. at the intersection of Walnut and Myrtle The which was driven by Jack L. was traveling south on Walnut Street on its way to Memorial School after picking up about 20 students at Westbrook The car driven by Mrs. Scudder was traveling east on Myrtle Mrs. car received extensive damage to the left side when it was struck by the bus. The bus sustained front end including bent broken headlights and a cracked Damage to the received when Anderson was thrown against it. you can eat and includes tea or The Saturday night Barn Dance at the City Auditorium features music by Joe with admission charge per The ride will start at 8:(Hi a.m. from the Rodeo Arena nl City The Winnsboro Rotary Club will serve a pancake and sausage breakfast from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a inside city at a cost of Trail Ride lunch tickets for the ride will be available at the Rodeo Concession stand as well as Sunday morning before the ride at a cost of Tickets bought at the lunch site will be catered by Ernie's of will be a barbecue plate and all with tea or at the usual noon stop at 4-1) Guest John president of the Winnsboro Trail urges that all members and local riders arrive early to help with the final arrangements for the many visitors of the Ed of the Winnsboro Trail will be at the microphone for announcements and Riders will assemble in the rodeo grounds for a brief devotional and For departure assembly this year horseback riders are requested to enter from the North end of the rodeo by the concession as the ride will leave from the South end of the arena to Coke on to the Perryville road i proceeding to Farm road 2
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