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Page 10A - The Ma/akoffNews - Friday, February 25, 2011 Trinidad Tales By Emily Lundy cember, serious neck surgery. --- Special to TheNews She has been seen in public The Trojan basketball team Prepare for any kind of with a neck brace and must be played Oakwood last Satur- eather. It doesn't hinder us on the mend. day night in the TVCC gym ior"much regardless. I don't --- as they were tied for the last mind staying in my home. Mayor Estes and council of the top three spots, each al- --- met last week to discuss ac- lowed to enter the playoffs. So far, it's two to get better tivities in the city and vote on The score was 24-24 at half- and who may be back at some issues. City worker time; then Oakwood won 67- home. Bethel Kelly has fallen Roosevelt Womack appeared 56. Laneville took top hen- again and was taken by am- betbre the council to request ors; Douglass placed second. bulance to a hospital from her his upcoming vacation pay be J. Trammell coached the :home. Eryn Airbeart went to based on his 2010 hourly boys' team. Trojan baseball 7~31ildren's Hospital to see a wage of $15 mad not the re- practice began Feb. 21. f' /9 eeialist. Then Evelyn cent cut to $9 an hour. The --- Beavers was supposed to re- council approved. Bobby We welcome the return of turn home this week from a Howell, a previous policeman Brancy nee (Reece), a sister nursing facility she s ayed in for the city, was denied re- to Betty Ray and Mable Gra- after a fall, and Pat Hamm is serve status as he now lives ham, the sister of the late supposed to come homeelsewhere fbr other employ- W.E. McElroy. Brancy is not today after her serious break ment and has not kept up with well and is in a nursing fadl- and surgery during our ice training required lbr all re- ity to be nearer her sister. We and snow days. She has been serve officers. He had volun- don't want to forget Royce in therapy and done well. teared to pay tbr his own Heickman, also in a retire- training but has yet to find ment or nursing facility in our Billy Don Gifford has final- time for it. This was a voted county. ly been put on three kinds of item based on ChiefCausey's --- new medicine tbr leg and arm recommendation. The council Trinidad Prayer List: Justin prrblems. But doing so made discussed changes to rules for Collier, Christopher Brown, him nauseous at first. This nightly gatherings in town Eryn Airheart, Billy Gifford, ma~/ subside or his diet or that arepublic, loud and long. Eugene Berry, Bethel Kelly, soniething will haveto A new form will be made Barbara Ardoin, Roberts Sta- change, with the person in charge of pies, Geraldine Stanfield, --- the activity to sign. There will Raymond Tubbs, Melba and Dawn Cameron and her be a i}e. One council member Joe Wilbanks, Gertrude Start- mother Joan had a near wreck asked why traffic violations field, Don Wilbanks, Evelyn last week. Driving on 274 were down for January. Chief Beavers, Matha Perry, Ginger north, Dawn swerved to keep Causey explained last Frasier, Erma Dickey, Ruby from hitting a small animal, month's ice and snow tend,- Williams, Jack Lundy, Joe lost control of her vehicle, tions, adding reduced traffic .Maser, David Lehman, Ruby went into a ditch, and the two and slower driving affected Crocker, Ran Holt, Bill • took some hard bumps. Both ticket violations. Mayor Estes Looney, Barbara Thompson, wep.t to a Tyler hospital, but and council met in executive Tamra Grubbs, Pa icia :Dawn is doing well. Joan, session to discuss evaluation Steele, Lawrence Maser, :[apwever, has had a back of ChiefCausey. (The three Harding Airheart, Flora :pf0blem tbr several years and top employees in pay do not Robb, Dortha Roberts, Carol b/gl.'more serious problems, reside in Trinidad's city I,m- Stevenson, Mary Repp,ond, 'lThi /may both be home now. its.) Some changes are de- our military members wher- I don't know. sired. February 21, the coun- ever they are - in training, in - ." --- cil was to interview a licensed medical service, in combat. Also I was unaware Rubymale for Water Superinten- We ask for love and mercy Crocker had surgery in De- dent. full time. for these, our neighbors. ::" For mare than 180 years, New Yotk UfeiiidS brought peace of mind to would like to do the same you in retirement Guaranteed Ulelime Income Annuities from New York life Insurance and Annuity Corporation o ra promise of a regular paycheck for the rest of , r "your life. 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Besides my sister and brother-in-law's last week, on Fel~ruary 24th Beth and Os- borne Williams will have their 60th. Honey and John- hie Manning will have their 60th. All these people have or do live in Cross Roads. Jack and Mildred "Baby" Allen married on Valentine's Day. 1 don't know how many, also my parents, Tom and Trixie (Wright) Morrison, married same day, 1926. Then February. was a good month for birthdays. At Landmark there were five birthdays in seven days. Pete Stockard started giving us a big story about him being 105 years old, we humor him! Everyone loves Pete and his dear wife Murlene. Then Bob Ledbetter said he wouldn't tell his age when asked how old he was last year. Said a year older than last year, Bob you better be nice or Santa Clause won't come to see you! The 23rd, Sidney Sneed is younger, so we don worry, if he told the Emily .. .. (Continued from Page 1) antsy about him when dark- ness comes. He could be at the bottom of a creek some- where, and I would be clue- less as to rescue. His answer was, "If I go that way, you'll know I went happy. Be thank- ful." Easy for him to say. Lakes don't appeal to my fisherman; neither does a part- ner who can't remain quiet. He's not too happy about any- one with him who gets close to his casting spot. In other words, he may be his favorite person to accompany him. 1 would be out of the boat and back on bank within ten min- utes. After a well-told story of a trip decades ago, he never asked me seriously to go with him again. On Caney Creek Clam Jo Davis truth or not[ The 24th look out! Doug Perkins the baby of the bunch, I don't know how old, but I knew his par- ents and at last guess who? An old lady had out lived, three score and ten, a score is 20 years, 3 score and 10 would be 70, but I'm really 4 score and 4. Your figure it OUt[' To y wasn't a very happy day, I haven't felt good for about two weeks, my blood pressure has been going high then low, I just don't feel good. I've tried to get an, ap- pointment with my doctor, called twice, didn't get to talk with him so I called 911 and an ambulance came after me causing neighbors to look out their windows. I did call one, to tell her I would be going to the ER room. That's the best way, they will see you pretty quick, anyway, l did see a very nice doctor. He did talk to my regular doctor that was what I want- ed. You know when you are little, you wanted your "mother", she could make you feel better; same with my doctor, he makes me feel better! We still have sick people, Mr. T.C. Brannon has been in the hospital, Wanda Mar- shall, a lady I've known a long time fell over a broom and broke a hip, so sorry about this! Just learned this week that John Clay from Cross Roads fell on the ice and snow, he also broke either a hip or his back. Tony Douglas is feel- ing better, his guest Sunday were a son and his wife from Jacksonville! A neighbor brought me some fresh pulled from the garden, pur- ple top turnips, no greens, they were so good! The widows will eat out tomorrow. 1 lost a set of keys Friday, looked and looked, in pants pockets, coat pockets on the sidewalk at the mail- box. I do have another set, but liked that set better. I have looked in the trash can, clothes hamper, took dirty clothes out one at a time, thought of offering a $5 re- ward for them! Monday morning after the hamper deal, pushed it back in place, there were the keys on the floor, so you see I saved money, the $5. I would have given away! I'm feeling a little better, but will try and see my doc- tor on Wednesday[ Thanks for reading, Jeanette K. It was good see- ing Linda Gifford, been a while since I saw here, she is Allen's wife, Dale and Anita's daughter in law. Be happy and love every- bodyl "Love you l" in Henderson County, in a rugged land area, we, two teenage daughters and I, met Dad who was fishing and camping with a brother and his wife. This was a hot summer night, and the mos- quitoes were hungry. I had a toothache, not too happy, and did not even nap. The next morning a dentist was going to meet me in Mabank to take action with the tooth. Early at sunrise, the daugh- ters decided to leave with me for home• Dad had to take us by motor boat to my car. We were crossing the shallow end oftbe lake with our pil- lows and makeup bags when water began lashing over the back of our boat. Soon water filled the boat, and out we all went. To our surprise we could touch bottom. Thus, we walked through the water, pillows and bags above our heads, single-file, following our captain. Every time my husband tells this story, he embellishes it more. Of course, w ght of the passim- gets (guess which one) comes up, and I try to tune the story out. Talk about sullen daughters• This was over thirty yeats ago when these girls wouldn't fuss aloud much. but 1 knew their thoughts. Living in East Texas, sit- ring on the porch with a neighbor as we watched :my husband returning home after time spent in "heaven," my neighbor said, "If you have ever worded that another woman might be involved in these fishing excursions, don . Have you seen how he's dressed and smelled the fish all over him?" He has come upon some trysting spots that involved couples, not expecting to be seen. He says he has spoken, "Hello, how are fall today and continued on his mission, going around them. No, he can keep on fishing by himself.l have too much I want to do by myself. 1. The Lone Ranger left be- hind a silver bullet. 2. The Ed Sullivan Show 3. On Route 66 4. To protect the innocent• 5. The Lion Sleeps Tonight 6. The limbo 7. Chocolate 8. Louis Armstrong 9 The Timex watch 10. Freddy, The Freeloader and 'Good Night and God Bless.' 11. Draft cards (Bras were also burned. Not flags, as some have guessed)