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Friday, April 14, 2006 - The MalakoffNews - PAGE 11 ''i i'i,!~il EMILY LUNDY/THE MALAKOFF NEWS The Trinidad Trojans took second in the recent track meet at Neehes. LEFT: Lady Trojans at the meet: included Coach Kendra McAlister, left, LaChelle Johnson, and Mallssa Vasquez, both seniors. Trojans participating in the district track meet included back, from left) TuTu Jenkins, Coach Kevin Ray,/Vlalcom Smith, D.J. Hubbard, Stacey Womack, Logan Lundy, and (front) Quad Livingston. Not all track members are pictured, including Jeremy Kinney, Trevor Humphries and Brandon Polk I From Staff Reports two events. Jenkins - 4th, Discus; 1st, 800 Meter Relay; Karnack, Bloomberg, Sul-the meet. Out of ten participating Leveret Chaple walked D.J. Hubbard - 5th, Womack, Hubbard, Quad fur Bluff, Leveret Chapel, Area competition is schools in Neches last away with the district cham- Long Jump; Livingston, Smith- 1st, 400 Avinger, Yantis, Saltillo, scheduled to take place this week, the Trinidad Trojan pionship while Tenaha took Brandon Polk- 3rd, 800 Meter Relay; Lanville, Tenaha. week. Boys' Track Teamtook sec- third. Meter Run; Livingston - 4th, 400Two Lady Trojans came In another week, ond. Trinidad Trojans who won Logan Lundy - 4th, 800 Meter; to the district meet to chal- the regional meet will be The Trojans led the event event honors for the district Meter Run; Kinney -, 400 Meter; lenge athletes from the 10 held, place and time was un- through most of the day. meet included: Trevor Humphries - 6th, Smith - 1st, 200 Meter; other area teams, known at presstime. However, their lead Jeremy Kinney--1 st 100 Hurdles; Polk, Livingston, Lundy, Lady Trojan LaChelle Teams that come in fourth dwindled when Leveret place, Pole Vault; Hubbard - 3rd, 100 Jenkins - 3rd, 1600 Meter Johnson placed 5th in the place or above in the area Chaple walked away with Malcom Smith - 1st, Meter; Relay. Shot and 5th in the Discus. competition will advance to the 1600-meter relay. Shot; Jenkins, StaceyTeams competing in this Lady Trojan Melissa the next round of competi- Trinidad led until the last Tutu Jenkins - 4th, Shot; Womack, Hubbard, Smith-tournament were Trinidad, Vasquez also competed intion. Tan ivial moun By Emily Lundy Staff Writer I can hardly get enough of the green scenery surrounding us. It is really refreshing. For'Christians, this week has been the holiest of weeks. Happy Easter. Ethel Mosier (with her daugh- Sports. Area will be held this ter), James Zafereo (seriously week; Regional will be one ill), Pat Frazier, Raymond week later, two weeks from Tubbs, Ginger Frazier, Jean Monday, April 10. Anderson, Randall Weaver, Evelyn-Beavers, Johnny/.;. The Trojan Baseball team, Cantwell, Christine Smith, Pat now 5-.3, againlost one and won Holcomb, Gertrude big thiis past week. Friday the Stanfield and anyone else you game is here with Neches at 6 may know about, p.m. Those in confinement who would enjoy company and The remains of Patricia Tay- concern include Merle Estes, lor Martin were buried in the Wtllie and Grady McCrary, Rena Trinidad Cemetery Saturday. Brown, Geraldine Stanfield, She had been living in Dallas. Helen Airheart, Fran Edgar, Her brothers Dan and Tommy Mable Lundy, Roberta Staples, TaylorremainoftheTaylorfam- Pat Airheart, Martha ily, which once had six children. Perry, Dona Ware, Doug Patficia was in the Class of1957 Gunnels, Everett and Thelma of THS. Smith, Dora Peebles, Alice Gaston, Louise Fugate, Calvin The TEDC met this week at Franklin, and certainly others I can't remember. Those who might appreci- ate prayer for their conditions include Fred Colvin, Doris Setzer, Katy Willis, Delores Yates, Daisy Judkin (who has been hospitalized), Diane Paul, Jimmy Norris, Tommy Almost all ofthe Trojan Boys Taylor, Pat Frazier, relatives Track Team will compete be- Trojan Mascot tryouts are this Friday, April 14. TAKS testing will take place all next week at the schools. Barbara Glaze Wier and her husband were in town this past weekend. Barbara is the sister of Norman Lawler. She and her husband are looking for a home press time to open bids on in our area. mowing of TEDC property, discuss their marketing strat- The Rehren family from Ger- egy to attract new businesses, man will leave April 15, hope- amending the budget, renewal fully to return during of their membership the summer. The youngest one in Association of Rural Com- is picking up the English lan- munities in Texas. guage quite well from associa- tion. rewell By Emily Lundy know what kind of scholar she area. The News Staff was, but I certainly don't remem- She remained close to her late Although Patricia Taylor was ber any trouble she fell into. sister's son, who came with his one grade ahead of me in high When Patricia left Trinidad, Idid wife and grown daughter to the school, I knew her well. She had not see her again. She married and memorial service Saturday. As a beauliful blonde hair. Betweenher in her later life lived happily in an song said at the outdoor service, junior and senior year, she visited apartment, although family "Jesus is tenderly calling you her older is.teff Dorothy in Dallas urged her to move closer to this ho e." and had a makeover, a hit she made when she returned with her makeup perfect, her hair styled to fit her personality and face. Patricia was a member of the organizations available in the school. We were proud of her and how she gave some class to our small school. Her biggest honor as I recall was being named Miss Trojan in the fall of 1956. Patricia was always well groomed, thin, and quiet. I don't Relax and enjoy The Malakoff News. of the Ardoins in Louisiana, yond district as 4th places and Stephen Whitlow, KatyWillis, above continue to area. See DI "Own for Breakfast STep Back m Time - Fon The Tlxe oF You l ,i i OI BD .Daily Specials ,IOIu t T'roo ts .Beans on Tuesday April 8th - May 29th I .ie i n F000 Saturdays.Sundays -. & Memorial Day Monday Call In Ordem 903,778 2952 lOAM-7PM 31 - Trinidad mmm Ii i mam mmi i amm i mmm :el i imm ' Discount tickets now on sale at Tom Thumb! Discount coupons available at partidpatir~g Long John Silvers. Athens Transfer and Storage Licensed and Bonded Household Movers "We Will Move You Anywhere" The most eJq~E~nc~ movers in AIhens and tlle surrounding amas. 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