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an! I$ $ 18 Ann's Trinidad Thing Dora Wlibanks and Mrs. Bradley ok, eve to Ermis evemng wtsere they night with Mrs. Brad- and b-in-law, and Mrs. Melvin Lusk. there they jo.ed to they visited with Trinidad residents, Mr. Mrs. Razell Stroud. went to Mt. Pleasant they stayed with Mrs. sister and family, Mr. Mrs. I. L. Shelley and hex Mr. W. R. Parks. is reminded of the City election to fill Posts of Mayor and two members. The terms of Freeman Miller and Jerry Crocker and Rou.savall will expire. this time no one had to run for office, and deadline is March 3. The will be held April 3 anyone wishing to announce candidacy may sign with city secretary Dora Wilbanks at the city hall. Weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John French were Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Poukey and Mrs. Bill Keely from Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller were in Irving Sunday to visit with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crump of Memphis, Termessee, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stanfield and at- tended church services Sunday at the Methodist Omrch. Mr. Crump resided in Trinidad for a time while working wRh the tone, ruction of the Cardox Plant. Mr. and Mrs. John McClin- tock and daugh .t, Janet of En- nis, visinted this weekend with his , Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClintock. i m i m m i J J J n time of sorrow, the knowledge of "what to do" offers a ray of light to those who find themselves plunged into the darkness of bereavement. Our many years of experi- ence in serving this community have en- abled us to help guide countless, families through the trying days of making those necessary arrangements. CARROLL g LEHR i Funeral Home Don't count on finding hidden treasure... The Tuesday Bible Study met at the home of Mrs. George Black with fifteen mernbers present. Mrs. Bama Miller was in charge of the study taken from Revelations. College students home for the weekend included Terry Flem- ing, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr., Ray Stanfield, visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stanfield, and Barry Bryson, visiting with his parents, Mr. Sand Mrs. O. S. Bryson. Trinidad school students had a tree day Monday while their teachers attended a workshop session out of town. Julie Stolusky, Amy Rotmsa, vail, and Jermifer Chandler were all in a program at the Park Highlm Nursing Home on Monday afternoon. The three young ladies performed with other members of their classes of the Academy of Dance and Twirling. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton met their son, PFC Robert Ho- ward Eaton and his friend, Corky Wylie, at Dallas Love Field on Friday, February 12, and returned the two to Trini- dad for a weekend visit. The two men left on Sunday in Rob- ert's car driving to Jackson- ville, Fla., where they are sta- tioned. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reynolds and five children of Brazoria were weekend guests of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. MarshaU Marlow. Two young ladies from Triui. dad came home from the Mala- koff Twirling Contest held Sat- urday with medals. Miss Pam Mallory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Mallory, and Miss Laura CorbeU, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Corbell, both won medals in the Ist Division. Mr. A. E. (Jelly) Owens was returned to his home on Satur- day from a Tyler Hospital where he has been corflined for the past several weeks follow- START PILING UP SOME RICHES OF YOUR OWN WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Maybe you WILL be the lucky one to stumble across a hoard of pirate's treasure .. but don't held your breath! You'd be much wiser to open a savings account and begin setting aside certain amounts on a regular basis if you want to have your own private treasure chest. Our high earnings will really help it pile up! ST STATE BANK TRINIDAD, TEXAS ing recent back surgery. Jelly is feeling very well and would welcome visits from his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stanfletd of Beaumont were weekend vi- sitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Staield. Members of the Trinidad Band will be ging to ltenderson Coun- Charles Freeman became a ty junior College for Select Band member of the United Metho- tryouts on March 1. The con- dist Church during Sunday cert band wilt consist of 8'7 per- morning worship services by profession of faith and baptism. Charle iseto,dist .fordantdh--n Charles is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman. Mrs. Linda Vitak left from Dalas on February 6th for Seoul Korea, where she was met by her husband, Capt. Phillip Vi- tak who is stationed in Korea. Linda and PhPilip wil be liv- ing in Chun Chon, Korea, dur- ing their stay there. Linda's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yates, carried her to Dal- las to make connections with her flight. Mr. and Mrs. Hays I-Ioskkm have received word that their daughter, Marilyn, and her husband, Jerry, and their claw gbter, Jeriann, will all return to the states in July. Hays and Maureen will be cmmting the days now because they will soon be able to meet their grand- daughter, who was hom in Oki- nwawa. Visiting in the home of Mrs. J. B. Bradley throughout the weekend were Mrs. Bradley Holder of Mt. Calm, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bymm of Amarillo, Mrs. DDsrmV. -- Amarillo, Mrs. Doris Returner and Cindy d Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bradley of Dmmtnger, Mr. George Quinn of Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. George Baggas of Longview, Mr. and Mrs. Cur- tiss Locke of Longview, Mr. and Mrs. David Huffman and two daughters of Marslm, Mr. and Mrs. Lenten Newnma and son of Tyler, ad Mr. Tom Bradley, Mr. SOlm Bradley and son, Scotty, of Trinidad. Mrs. Bradley, who is a resi- dent of Cedar Lake Nursing Home, visited tt the Trojan Band News by JACKIE TART sons which will perform April 2, in the College Auditorium. Members of the select band will have practice every Monday un- til the concert. Members of the Trinidad Band trying out are; Carolyn Freeman, Flute; Bren- da Chandler, Jackie Tart, Pat- =tle Gage on Clarinet; Kay Wig- gins on Alto Sax; Pat Colvin on Tenor Sax; Vickie Moore on Baritone Sax; 'Billy Tart on Trombone, Louise Atrheart, Janie Owens, Tommy Taylor on week and weekend with the members of her family who gathered here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Or- den were in Rockdale Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Smith and children for the day. Mrs.  Black spent the weekend in Tyler visiting with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Benton and Me- Unda. Jamie Bradshaw is spending the first days of this week m Houston visiting with his sister and family, Mr,. and Mrs. Jack Lumiy. The Wednesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. George Black last week. The guests were served coffee, cokes, salt- ed nuts and ceokies. The Dorcus Sunday School Class met last Thursday for a party at the borne of Mrs. George Black at 2:30 p.m. The eleven  present were served rof of che pie a la mode and coffee and tea. Trinidad seemed to fair fairly well Sunday morning with orgy light damage and no reported injuries orn the high winds. Several trees along Lone Star Road, shingies off of a few houses here and there, and a few TV antennas seemed to be the worst of the damage al- though sne residents were be- ginning to wonder before it was over. There was an acci- dent on Highway 31 during the heigh of tbe sierra, and some were admitted to the hospital with injuries. Trumpet; Pant Stiefer on Drums. Mr. John Spencer director of the Trinidad Band will be one of the judges at the tryouts. The WSCS of the Trinidad United Methodist Church met Monday at 2:00 p.m. in the Edu- cal Building of the church for study. The meeting opened With the group singing "My Hope Is BuiR' with Mrs. Natalie Kirk- land at the piano. Prayer was offered by Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mrs. John French continued the study on "Inner Life" with group discussion following. Reverend Hansel Springfield read the scripture taken from Ephesians 4:11 -24 and I Corin 9: 24-26. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Natalie Kirkiand. Boswell Services Tuesday Funeral services for Larry Boswell, 45, who died Saturday in Kaufanan, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Services were conducted by the Rev. Irwin Anthony in the Eubank Chapel in Mabank, and burial was in Tool Cemetery. Born in I. Angeles, Calif., Mr. Boswell had been living at Twin Cove Marina for the past two years. He was a salesman for a California firm, Plastiglidc Corp. He was a veteran of World War H. He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Julie Coleen Boswell and Miss Becky Marie Boswell, both of Decatur, Ga.; one son, Mike Boswell of California; stepdaughters, Mrs. Deona Roberts of Tool and Misses Autumn and Anderre' Kelley of Tool; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Boswell of California; one brother, William Boswell Jr. of California, and three grandsons. Tony Douglas Announces 71 Fiddlers'Plans According to Tony Douglas, president of the Old Fiddlers Retmion Asmda6m, aa orga- nization meeti was held to lay plans for the 1971 event. At the mee,-Valta Wof- ford of Wafford nports, was elected secretary to the asso- eintion. It will be he respensi- bill W to contact prospective contestants, process their en- tries and handle applications for booths around the square. Douglas also mmounced that the Tourist Committee of the Chamber of Commerce will co- ordinate publicity for the "Old Fiddlers Retmio.." Plans are umterway to develop pres kits for the news media and to take part In live TV taxi radio broad- casts pulmcizi.g the event. All intermted comestams and persons desiring booths on the square are m'ged to get their rqtrvattms in early. Quinn Rites Held Sunday Funeral services for Mrs. le Quinn, 93, were held day, Feb. 21, at the Paschal Funeral Chapel in Kerens. Mrs. Quinn died Saturday, Feb. 20, at the Maywood Manor Rest Home in Kerens. e had been a resident of the home for three years. Se lived in the Trinidad- Manktn area for 60 years, me was a member of the Baptist church. Funeral services were con- ducted by the Rev. Adith Pulley of Trinidad. He  osl!Red by the Rev. B.N. Forman of Trinidad. Burial was in Manl Cemetery. Mrs. Qminn is survived by three sons, Carey Quinn of Trinidad, John Quinn of Trinidad and B.W. Quinn of San Antonio. She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Sally Maddox of Austin, five grand. children and four great. grandchildren. 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