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.€ idad News Davis and Leslie President and first for 1976-77 HOmemakers of attended the 1976 of the Texas of FHA, along 5,000 members across the pet singing groups participa- ting in the show. Admission will be $I for adults, 75 cents for students and 50 cents for children. Trinidad LL Elects Officers Miss Sharon A. McEIroy Weds Richard L. Martin Miss Sharon A. McElroy became the bride of Richard L. Martin in a double-ring ceremony at Calvary Baptist Church in Trinidad at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 1. Bro. Ronnie Daniell offici- sister, Sandy Lehman. Bridesmaid was Sandy Wilks of Garland. Flower girls were Laura Holbrook and Marsha Valentine, cousins of the groom. The groom&apos;s best man was David Martin of Garland, May 6, 1976 -MALAKOFF NEWS -Page 5 4 oz. ld. om Ring" was for the conven- the Convention Worth, April son of Mr. Willie Lundy of SPent the weekend Mr. Stanfield Wall of Gran- over the week- her parents, Mr. Martin. Satur- were joined md Mrs. Bobby aU attended Polka Festival. Mrs. Ed Reeve Ennis Saturday attend the annual Fleming, Jr. days last week her husband out of town. Peebles spent in Mesquite her children, Charles Abes, Matt. Taafe left Men- returning to Billie, joined by drove to Dallas to flight. Singing Auxiliary of Volunteer Fire will host a show at the School audi- night, May 7. be several gos- Baseball season is around the corner in Trinidad and members of the Little League Association and the Ladies_Auxiliary met recent- ly for election of officers for the coming year. atedat the candlelight care- his brother. Coppertone $1 z9 For Year mony. Groomsmen were Scott The bride is the daughter Holboke and Gary Atkinson Suntan Lotion ii!iiiiiiiii! Leland Williams will head the Little League Associa- tion as president for the year with Tommy Spann as vice- president. Bob Elsom was elected secretary-treasurer. Jim Blakeney was named coach of the Little League team with Monde Renteria and Charlie Colman as as- sistants. Phil Stevens was named coach of the Midget League with Ronnie Hiler and Bobby Rouneavall as as- sistants. Mrs. Don Arnold was elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary for the year with Linda Stevens as vice president. Marsha Colman was named secretary- treasurer. Linda Stanton will be Concession Stand chair- man and Ann Rounsavall was elected reporter. Peggy Blakeney was named Tele- phone Chairman with Pat Williams as Chairman of the Fund Raising Committee.' Mrs. David Burton will be in charge of Membership and Mary Murry will be Poster Committee Chairman. Texaco @ you need anything to your car, we're place to come. Front end work of. all - wheel balancmg, ps, shocks, and If we don't have them, can get them. work guaranteed. and lube job. If not pleased, bring it MtC A.S. Byars of Mrs. Jerry McElroy and the late W.E. McElroy. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Martin. Candlelighters for the ceremony were David Leh- man of Trinidad, nephew of the bride, and Bobby Joe Graham of LaGrange, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Larry Don Estes of 'Trinidad accompanied soloist Jerry Kay preceding the ceremony. The bride was given away by R.H. Lohnmn, brother-in- law of the bride. The bride was clad in a" long chiffon empire gown with circular train and a three-tiered veil. She carried as her bridal bouquet a cascade of blue and white carnations. Susan McElroy, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. C::3 car while yours is in the shop overnight as n a breakdown covered under the polir:y new from Motors Insurance Corporation, in physical damage insurance. Come in for all the dcta,!s of Garland. Ushers were Bill Furr and James Martin, both cousins of the groom. Ring bearer was Tommy Clements. A reception followed the ceremony in the Trinidad Community Center. As- sisting at the bride's table were Mrs. Pattie Phillips, Jackie Tart, and Carole Barnett. At the groom's table were Mrs. Nancy Jack- son and Vivian Resver. The couple will make their home at 161 Olive Street in Trinidad. Mrs. McElroy graduated from Trinidad High School. She is employed at Donovan- Galvani in Malakoff. The groom is a graduate of South Garland High School and attended Henderson County Junior College. He is now employed by Redman Matron of honor was another Mobile Homes. Me- "Ann(lering by ann rounsmll Although the days of friends, is paid by us as we flower children and free face the eight to five world. Their check, allowing the spirits have about passed there are those of us who still occasionally yearn for a portion of the simple life lived by early settlers in America. Both history and fiction books fill our minds with the pleasures those early settlers found with their close knit families and their struggle for survival against nature. Days when women, were judged by their love for their families and men were judged on the strength of their word, along with days where there was no eight to five confinement and auto- mobiles to carry folks from one hurried appoointment to another, those days can seen a world of contentment to us today. One case in point was the subject of a magazine article I read recently. A young couple, parents of two small boys, had moved to a national forest area in the United States, built a log cabin, planted a small gar- den, and proceeded to live in the wonders of nature. Their lifestyle was one we could all envy. The father spent days fishing with his sons on the banks of a spring-fed river. The mother spent her days baking home made bread and sewing, spending a few hours each day at work in the vegetable garden. The boys were pictured as robust, healthy, nature loving children who were not suffering with the pressures our children sometimes must face. It sounded so good l was ready to pack and leave. I ow.rbx)kc<l my maternal in- stincts to worry about being so far from the nearest n 8 doct,)r, and living without the telephone that can sup- ply help so soon. I ignored who were now enjoying the day be faced with a busy world stiff with competition 3.?,/36io;eCrticO:mCOfe:s  y_l.Usfprl3:y :::etth that they might not be able • to make a quick adjustment airing or replacing specified parts in the eng!ne, to. rear axle steering brakes electrical syslr.'m I .aw the trees for (had I.() climb and the wild flowers tl be reimbursed up to $1O lor any one day or $50 for Amy I) pick whilt, the Period, (exclusive of mileage charges), i/you I)ir(l. sang (wrhea(I I saw the ch:ar watt;;" with fish .wimming and a cah,ndm" wit h no aplmintmenl s listed. The. dream world con- tinued to fascinate n.,. until I came to the close -I I lu, article. The writer m.nli-m,d that in order to purchase those few things the family needed that nature could not readily supply they were listed on the welfare rolls and were drawing a monthly check. Their check, ,my s offered only to new car buyers for the hfst 36 miles, whichever comes first. Insurance Agency 489.0520 5tO W. Royall Blvd. ,necessities of life for the adventurous family, is paid for by us as we work at improving the world in what- ever occupation we have. I want a tree for Chad to climb and a patch of wild- flowers for Amy to pick. But somewhere along the way I think I was taught more of the pi0ner spirit than that couple... I was taught that the world owes me nothing, that I owe the world. Mrs. Richard L Martin Pepto 95' 8 o7- No. 42 drine $1" Reducing Tablets 5 OZ. Smalling, Hornbuckle Unguentine Sl- Top rinidadAthletes Robin Smalling and Law- president of the Trinidad rence Hornbuckle were joint- Booster Club. ly honored as Athletes of the Roy Reever was named Anacin $119 Year at the 1975-76 All- "Booster of the Year" by the L Sports Banquet held in same organization, 100S Trinidad Monday night. Cotton Miles, principal at Miss Smalling and Mr. Wills Point High School and  llll Hornbuckle were presented a scout for the Dallas 12's their awards by Don Arnold, Cowboys, was guest speaker :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: for the evening. IPreparati0n H I_ s1391 iiii! Trinidad i Athletic Director Joe ...m School Menu ter of ceremonies for the 'May "" evening. Jimmy Wiley gave the invocation prior to din-0% J. M°nday: Spagetti and nerandSuperintendentB°bwelcomed guests, vJ' y 84 Meat Sauce, Garden Salad, Elsom Hair -nra € Green Beans, Dessert, Recognition of cheer- French Bread, and Milk. leaders, band members, and 11 07- Tuesday: Beef Patties and Gravy, Snow Flake Pota- toes, Turnips and Greens, Bread, Orange Juice, and Milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, French Fries, Salad Bowl, Dessert, and Milk. Thursday: Chicken Spa- getti, Peas and Carrots, Fruit Salad, Hot Rolls, and Milk. athletes was made by Mrs. Donna Holmes, John Spen- cer, Don Watt, and Stubble- field. Friday: Hot Dog on a The first nation to recognize Bun, Seasoned Beans, Salad, the independence of the Dessert, and Milk. United States was France. Thank You For Your Support In My Bid For County Of Precinct 1 Your Continued Support and Vote Will Be Appreciated The Runoff ection June 5 JIM BLAKENEY Candidate County Commissioner Precinct I (Pol. Ad Pd. 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