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a I II I. I Phillips was honored on hls with a birthday of his parents, Dan Everyone enjoyed including a included Mary Ann Jeffrey Mar- Irtin, Megan Mizell, Buchanan, Larra Alrheart, Keith and Tonya, 'Firm and Kristi July and Ty Smith of sisters, Nikki and grandparents, Pat earl and Lavetta : arie Quinn Jr. of Warner are here since attending Charl/e Quinn, Auxiliary and Trinidad entertained the veterans of of Dallas at Trinidad TUesday with a dinner and The patients and the day and church service at was "Sunday with Bible quiz for the was in Friday to see her grand- first in qualifying on Barbara Berry of Denton children, the Paul Fund Drive nears completion Cancer have been out neighbors for ~, special thanks to the for a job well done Mrs. W.C. been the best year contributions for the Henderson of the ACS 22. The total so far is e Will finish our crusade the such a great Job were 1, Bernice Wansley, McCullough, Edith Sulack, Ben Bur- Alice Smith, Sylvia ethel Kelly, Lorene Christine Nolan, Clalrborn, Oleta Tom Robuck will be Baptist Church in Florence Stanfield en- Past matrons and past Star on Thursday Karrie Wilhanks and visited with and R.T. Craig of here on Friday for the and visited with s honored was held Saturday, Herb Saunders on his Those attending were included James and Mrs. Bill Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Nub- and Mrs. Tommy Edgar, Lois and Rosemary Arnold over the weekend. Dora Peebles was in Dallas Monday on business. Buyers from Trinidad who supported the local youth in the Henderson County Livestock Show sale Saturday included H. F. Warren, Dr. John Sawtelle, John Key and Blanton Cattle Company. The young people expressed their ap- preciation to them and to everyone who helped. Daniel, Janie and Ray Stanfield and twin sons, Jason and Jeffrey, of Granhury spent Friday and Saturday with Gertrude and Tommy Stanfield. Guests in the home of Florence and Luther Stanfield were relatives from Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Beene and Mr. and Mrs. Baker of Magnolia, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rounsavall and children were in Dallas Sunday for a visit with Bobby's mother, Mrs. Velma Rounsavall, before she entered the hospital. Robert and Fannie Powell of Silsbee visited with Jolea and Bill Miller during the week. Susie Adams of Silsbee visited with Tommy and Gertrude Stanfield Monday through Thursday. Mrs. Cleta Freeman will begin a tale painting class May 7, 7-9 p.m. Deacon of the week at First Baptist is James Johnston. Weekend guests here to celebrate Herb Saunders' 82nd birthday were his son, Orlan and Lois Saunders of Tulsa, Okla., and sister-law, Gladys Sewell of Alvarado. Trinidad band members under the direction of John Spencer will play at Sandy Lake on April 28. John Spencer's sixth grade class members enjoyed a field trip to Tyler to the zoo, Channel 7 TV station, Rose Garden and museum. Trinidad firemen demonstrated the "Jaws of Life" Saturday morning at the fire station. Dr. Bill Clark and daughters, Helen and Elizabeth, of Fort Worth visited Saturday with his father, W.H. Clark, and other relatives from Arkansas. Ruth Class meets The Ruth Sunday school class members of First Baptist met Tuesday in the home of their teacher, Mary Gentry of Hidden Hills Harbor. Alice Gastou gave the opening prayer. There were nine present. Refreshments were enjoyed by all. Jerri McElroy, Sandy Lohman, Susan McEiroy, Sharon Martin, Jeffrey Martin and Mahle Graham were in Brownwood Monday attending the funeral of their uncle, Jeff Davis. Tuesday Bible Study The Tuesday Bible Study met April 19 in the home of Marion Williams in Caney City with 13 present. Opening announcements were made by Cleora Fleming, followed by Gladys Randall leading in prayer. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Ezekiel 38. Those attending were Alice Wright, Bama Miller, Jewel Uhrich, Leona Warren, Ellen Sharp, Dorothy Harrison, Janie Carter, Janiee Wilkin- son, Gladys Yates, Marion Williams, Beula Mac Trotman, Gladys Randall and Cleora Fleming. Mrs. Yates led the closing prayer. Mflburn Johnston returned home Friday from Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. He is reported as feeling fine. Guests in the home of Georgia LOw and C.W. Alrheart on Monday and here to attend the funeral of cousin Jack Wlllimns of Kerens were Revon Gilbert of Maineville, Ohio, Margaret Gilbert of Cincinatti, Ohio, Maxine Oliver of Goldthwalte, Wands Adams of Lan- caster and Billie McClary of Dallas. Totsy Johnson of Dallas visited with her sister, Georgia LOu Airheart, and C.W. on Wedneslay. Family Reunion held ON MOST GMC VEHICLES The McKey, tlolloway, Jones family reunion met for a day of fun and fellowship Sunday, April 17 at Trinidad Community Center. There were 40 present from Dallas, Fort Worth, Crawford, Pasadena, Waco, Terrell, Athens, Kerens, McGregor and Durant, Okla. Trinidad is quite proud of the youth who participated in the Henderson County Livestock Show. All the youth would like to thank everyone who helped them and those who bought their stock. Congratulations to Tamra Estes who will be competing in UIL feature writing and editorial writing in state. Tamra was fourth place winner last year. Pearl and Hollis Hines were in Dallas this past week getting their son, Ballow Hines, moved into his place. Ballow has been transferred to Dallas from Austin, Mrs. Gladys Randall and Mrs. Jo Rose visited the Cedar Lake Nursing Home in Malakoff on Monday. They presented a Bible study and singing for the residents. Some 20 participated. Congratulations to the W.W. Graysons on their new grandson, son of Ann and Bobby Cargill. The boys choir, with Mondo Renteria assisting, sang a special on Sunday morning at United Methodist Church, "Bound for Jubilee." They were ac- companied by Minnie Lou LaVallee. Members are Ryan Renterla, Chad Rounsavall, Ricky Stanfield, Tommy Ardion and Stephen Burkhalter. Trinidad United Methodist ladies will be having a bake sale before Mother's Day on Friday, May 6, 9:30 a.m. at Interfirst Bank in Malakoff. Proceeds will be going to the new church building fund. of Athens visited with Seniors honored The Church of Christ ladies and husbands were hosts for the Trinidad senior banquet Friday night, April 22, at Trinidad Community Center. The center was decorated in western style. Henry Edeington of Kerens played guitar selections. The seniors enjoyed the good meal. . Dora and J.C. Peebles visited in Athens with Grady and Edna Harkin and their children, Paula and Gary Wicman, and grandchildren, Tracy and Bobby. A Bike-a-than for the American Cancer Society will be held May 7, 9 a.m.-12 noon, at Bel Air Elementary in Athens. All students and those who want to get sponsors and ride may do so. All students in the county are invited The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 28, 19g$--4~ by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. enjoyed the food and fellowship. The Jacob's Ladder Singers will be entertaining the senior class members, sponsors and teachers at their dinner, May 2 at 6 p.m. Melinda Clalrborn, Kim Jenkins, Lauri Bradley and sponsor, Cleta Freeman, attended the FHA meeting in Dallas. They bought materials for uniforms. Lauri Bradley will be attending a FHA leadership conference in June. Mellnda Clairborn sold the most orders in the silk flowers arrangements in the homemaking class. A funeral for Virginia Dry was held in Dallas at Restland on Monday. Special music sung by Cindy Graves at United Methodist Church on Sunday was "Higher Power." Margaret Scott honored on 84th birthday The weekend of April 16 and 17 at Graham was the occasion of a birthday celebration for Mrs. Margaret Craig Scott. There were 28 members of the family attending. This group included - three children, six of seven grandchildren and one great grand-daughter. to participate. Trinidad Citizen of the Year ent~ be 90 and Dad Ernest, 92, and Gran- forms are at City Hall. Annual Trinidad ~r ~ wko llvedto be 98. Chamber dinner will be May 13, 7 p.m. at the school cafeteria. Speaker will be Bob Gett of Dallas. Frances Newsome, Karon Newsome and Alice Gaston were in Lancaster on Sunday to attend the wedding shower of Kim and Bennie Cartlidge. The Calvary Baptist Church enjoyed a covered dish fellowship dinner Sunday. Trinidad seniors were honored April 18 with a dinner at the fellowship hall of Calvary Baptist Church. The seniors Trinidad School Menu May 2 - May 6 Monday: Chicken basket, french fries, hot rolls, cookie, milk or drink. Tuesday: Vegetable beef stew, hot biscuits, steamed rice, milk. Wednesday: Hot pizza, buttered peas, french fries, milk or drink. Thursday: Carney dogs, french fries, pinto beans, milk. Friday: Cheeseburgers, french fries, mustard, ketchup, milk. Godwin Chevrolet Service Dept. wilt hold serv,ce chn,c. A complete inspection WITH APPROVED CREDIT The family enjoyed delicious meals and a special breakfast at the Grateway Inn on Sunday morning. Mrs. Scott, affectionately known as "Babe" by her three brothers and one sister, received numerous floral arrangements and unique gifts from friends and relatives. "Aunt Irene," 84 years "young" en- tertained everyone with her lively stories. The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craig of Trinidad, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Craig of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Scooter Craig of New Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Don Downing and family of Cleburne, Mrs, Irene McLaughlin of Italy, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Waiver of Mabank, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and family of Ft. Worth, Mr. Wendell Craig of Sweet- water. Those attending from Graham were Hobart, Betty, Danny, Ricky Byrd, Miss Rabbi Barnett and Metta Craig. This birthday party was mostly at- tended by the young at heart. Their combined total years of age equal to: 1227 and they traveled 1440 miles to honor "Babe", the youngest of five children, all of which are now in their 7O's. They are well on their way of cat- chin8 up to Mother Maggie who lived to your car will be made at no charge to you. PLEASE COME IN KEEP THAT GREAT GM FEELING WITH GENUINE GM PARTS. MOTORS DIVISION e A grazing system which incorporates some basic principles will help provide for the needs and growth requirements of both plants and animals. These principles include proper forage use, proper season of use, proper grazing distribution, and proper class 311 E. TYLER 675-5115 FORMER DALLAS COWBOY BURTON LAWLESS-was guest speaker at the Trinidad All Sports Banquet Monday night. Following the event Lawless delighted athletes present by signing autographs and allowing them a first-hand look at his super bowl championship ring (pictured on table). Lawless ended his professional athletic career last May when he had a farm accident on n tractor. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) 4 BOOSTERS OF THE YEAR--Sandra and Ronnle Hiler were named as Bemters of the Year by the Trinidad Booster Club at the All Sports Banquet Monday night. Mrs. Hiler also presented the Athelte of the Year awards. (Staff photo by Ann Rmmsavnil) O and kind of livestock, says a range specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M Univer- sity System. 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