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By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Barbara King, Cleda Janelle Linker, Judi Marilyn Walker and Betty of Texarkana visited on Sunday. Class of the United Church held their monthly in the home of Mrs. Jewel on Thursday at 2:30. Mrs. Jim the meeting with business meeting was followed by social hour. were the teacher, Bama Alice Wright, Nola B. Lin= Connie McCrackin, Vivian Warren, Clara Fleming, Marion Williams and Refreshments of angel strawherrys, whipped coffee, tea and Cokes were Moser has been moved Nursing Home in Home in Blansitt Garner spent spring college with a visit with her Avis Blansitt, on Sunday. The third annual Trojan track relays cases of child abuse. There are 100s of 20, 7 p.m., of Cllnt Cross and Sheri began at Trojan Field at 9 a.m. cases of child abuse in Henderson Elsom at First Christian Church with Saturday, March 21. The finishing mile County. This is a place that a child Rev. Bill Robinson officlatng. was at 5 : 20 p.m. Schools in boys' events could go and have love and councfllng The FFA boys of Mr. Joe Dan attending were Cross Roads, Kererm, from a couple with family atmosphere, Kflcreaso's class are building a chain Cayuga, Mildred, Scurry, St. John, go to school and go to church on Sun- link fence with metal posts across the Eustace, T.L. Gorman, Fruitvale and day. It will cost around LS0,000 for this front of the Trin/dad School grounds Trinidad. Girls' teams participating "Lighted Window" home. Much of the which includes the tennis courts. This were Cross Roads, Palmer, Ketene, labor will he donated once there is will keep out.the cars that keop driving Cayuga, Mildred, St. John, Eustace, enough money to get this worthy across the tennis courts and front T.L. Gorman, Italy, Trinidad, and project off the ground. In the good-will schoollawn. Fruitvale. offering plate at the meeting, ~7 was Louise Hornbuckle set a record in collected by those present for this . FFA boys build shot with throws of 35 feet. Tammy worthy project. Lovely Saint Patrick's Relly came in fifth in discus and Louise decorated tables and salad luncheon tables, clotheslines Hornbuckle s/xth in discus. Louise was enjoyed by all present. Hornbuckle placed in hurdle. Mr. and Mrs. San~a/e Owen of Dallas The FFA welding class members Tr/nidad boys, Greg King got second visited with their brother, Jelly Owens, project are clothesline poles which are in discus and Mark Johnston fourth in and LOl/a Mac on Sunday. for sale, ~ a set, picnic tables are 200 meters. Those attending from Trinidad for sale and you may see any of the boys A new pole vault record of 12 feet 6 United Methodist Church on Monday at or the instructor for these items. inches was recorded by a boy from "The Lighted Window" program and The Fleming& Nubbin and Cleora, Fruitvale. It was a good day with the luncheon were Alice Smith, Leona attended the lovely wedding of Nlk/ Booster Club members taking care of Warren, Marion Williams, Vivlan Doreen Wright and Robert Daniel the concession stands and doing a good Black, Jewel Uhr/ch, Cleora Fleming, Melear on Saturday, March 21, at 3:35 Job. Doris Rowland, Melvin Rowland, Jo p.m. at West Shore United Methedlst Rose and Jtmn/taStanfleld. Church in Richardson. We moyed Women attend The Ladies Blble Stndy met Tuesday meeting Mary and Ray Jones of Athens at 9:30 a.m. in the heme of Mrs. George at the reception. D. and John Robertson of :visited with Marine Green and of dips and chips, and coffee were served to the and Mitzi Bradley of are here visiting their Dutch and Tom Brad/ey, school. and Teressa Denton, Iva Lee and husband, Mack )f Brownfleld were by for a Buela Mae Trotman, Mag and Frances and Lawrence on Thursday. This was the 40 Iva Lee had after growing up school here. March 17, Saint Debi and Kelly Richey had a new baby born at Mother Frances Black with Mrs. Cleora Fleming giving The lovely white floral arrangement " the opening remarks followed by at the First Baptist Church Sunday 18 SIX prayer. Mrs. Gladys Yates and Mrs. morning services was a memorial Over 100 women and men were guests Bama Miller presented each member honori~ Mrs. Irene Airheart from 7 from 2-3 : 30 in the of the Cedar Creek Lake United with a pamphlet on "Inerrancy, The building of the United Methodist Women's group out at Cedar Truth of the Matter." There was a with 21 of her friends Creek Lake on Monday, March 16, at 11 discussion of child abuse in Henderson Melissa was surprised by a.m. to hear Billy Bandy, attorney of County and Trinidad. There were 23 who came and entertainedthe firm of Kugle, Douglas and Skelton present. Phfllipians, chapter 4 was Melisea's parents, Donnaand former Juvenile prosecutor, speak studied. Closing prayer was by Mrs. and brother, Ryan, hosted on a program called "The Lighted Kathy Prnka. Rofreshments were cake, Birthday cake and punch Window." dip, chips, stuffed celery sticks and Katheryn Poison, president of the coffee. U.M.W., gave a welcome and in- Mrs. Ozle Land vlsitedinTylerover troduced the churches represented the weekend with her daughter, An/ta. which were from Crescent He/ghts, A large crowd of friends and rektves Roberson hosted a group Mabank, Aley, Payne Springs, from Athens, Trinidad, Malakoff, adults from Oak Chapel Malakoff, Trin/dad and other ladles Corslcana and Cross Roads attended on Thursday at 7 p.m. from various clubs. "The Lighted the lovely wedding on Friday, March Study and prayer meeting. Window" was the 1980 project of the Trinidad SelHml memm discussed was God's United Women of Cedar Creek and they presented $120 to this worthy cause. A MARCH N-APRIL 3 song was sung by the group. Rev. Monday: Sloppy Joes on bun, pork and beans, mashed potatoes, macaroni Melvin Rowland, pastor of the church, salad, fruit, milk. presented the speaker, Billy Bandy. Tuesday:Fishsticks, pinto beans, french fries, hot rolls and butter, fruit salad, "The Lighted Window" has been in the milk. making for four years. The land has Wednesday: Turkey Ak King, buttered Peas, buttered rice, hot rolls and but- been purchased in a wooded area east ter, jello, milk. of Athens on Lake LaRue and money is Thursday: Vegetable soup, sandwiches, macaroni salad, peanut butter available to pour the concrete slab for a cookies, sliced cheese, milk. home to house a couple, facll/ties for. Friday: Hamburgers with cheese, salad, french fries, pinto beans, fruit salad, three boys and three girls that are milk. Dock Keesees will to meet their new i !i J OllNNy PETE AIRHEART I'rinidad: is to stop some of the false made again- are afraid, if elected, I will This is not true. I plan a long term bond progrem make payments be for such things plant, etc. I further bills as take legal action against to pay. While mayor, broke the standing con- with Nipak and got the the contract. A firm bill and ff best to collect this promising to work least I will be working e and not against them. I plan to call a town three months to discuss of the town. The people t want the bonds Also, decide on new city or- this, it will help will not themselves the question, the people of Trinidad doing the right thing?" to raise taxes, but we of action on the to see if the town them or not I believe the have a say in all town af- do my best to see that worked out the way the want I will en- People to attend the town I believe' town affairs is because which is Wish to thank everyone for Sincerely, Au Johnny Pete Alrheart nouneement by Johnny Box. 166, Trinidad, friends in Lancaster. Relat/ves and friends from out-of- town and old friends of the family at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Irene Alrheart, 86, on Sunday, March 22, at 3 .rom at the First Baptst Church with Dan Boler and Bro. Bill Watson, and Jim Carter special mmc. Mrs. Irey was born June 23, 1894 in Oklahoma and at the age of 16 moved to Trinidad and married the late Collins Alrheart. Survivors are six sons Clarence Wesley Alrheart, Pat Airheart Buster Airheart and J.C. Airheart of I IIll I I I I Ill l I I I I I I I I / in o . tion OFt OUP 9 ch,ld s schoo. . . Furnishings Availa6le rden & yard Needs '8 @ r cG t II The Malnkoff News, ~ursday, March N, 1981-.-SA Trinidad, Bill Alrheart of Beevllle and Pete Alrheart of Mineola; four daughters Alice Gaston and Frances Newsome of Trinidad, Hfldred Car- tlldge and Margaret Crawford of Lancaster; 27 grandchildren; 29 great- grandchildren; and four great-great- grandchildren. Burial was in Trinidad Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons Ted Alrheart, Larry Alrheart, Kenneth Alrheart and David Newsome of Trinidad, Bobby Cartlldge, Mike Crawford and Benny Ray Cart/dge of Lancaster. Mrs. Irene or "Aunt Irey" (Grannie Alrheart)" as many called her had lived in Trinidad for 70 years and was a friend to everyone. Our sympathy to all the Airheart family in the death of a great friend of mine. GaLl and WILlie Lundy and children visited with Otis and Juanite Stanfleld on Sunday. Rev. Melvin Rowland continued the adult study Sunday evening on "Major Methodist Beliefs." Mr. and Mrs. Everett French's children visited with them Sunday afternoon. Mr. Reagan Miller returned home from Navarre County Hospital on Tuesday and is reported to be doing fine__ Birthday party held Minnie LOu LaVallee celebrated her birthday on Sunday with a birthday dinner. Shenda Moore visited with grand- parents on Sunday. Dee Germany of Ruston, La., was here Thursday and Friday visiting in the home of the Bob Elsoms and was a bridesmaid in the wedding of Sheri and Cllnt Cross on Friday evening. Many relatives and friends were here on Thursday and Friday visiting in the home of Verna and Bob Eisom for their daughter, Sheri's, wedding. Mr. V.M. Bradshaw, father of Verna, remained for a visit. I received a beautiful corsage at the wedding reception of Sher and Cltnt Cross on Friday evening, from the bride, Sheri, which was a great surprise and I deeply appreciated it. Norman and Loretta Lawyler of Ranger vlsRed with their children, Monde and Donna, Ryan and Mellasa Ronteria. We visited with our son, Gary Fleming, in Richardson on Saturday. He had just returned home from a week in Albuquerque, N.M., Phoenix and Tuscon, Ariz. pen,n 10% OFF Prices are already low.., now we 10% OFF with this adl 10% OFF offer Rt. I, 317 E. Hwy. 31, Trinidad 9 . FertiLe. *H/types 6edding plants .Bulbs *Seeds Full line pot plants, hanginll plants. "We can *t see the forest for the trees " Hours 8:30 to 5:30 daily Hwy. 31 E., Trinidad Closed Tuesday, Sunday open 1.5:30 p.m. rch News Friends Aroun Town &the