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The M__ ala___koff _Ne_ws, Thursday,.MaYT, 198!:9A By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Jenkins and the the banquet may ao so at the Trinidad Council are hosting an city hall or at Barksdale's Food Mart. banquet to honor mem- Trinidad Volunteer Fire The first fire truck was purchased for Trinidad in 1954. As far as local records to be honored for giving provide this banquet will be the first time and service department honor held by the citizens of the town. our town is a safer would like to donate to The banquet will be held at the TP&L Youth Center May 14 at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. has been called in crease the capacity of the waste water May 16 by system which would allow the town to and membersof service both local and lake area residents. The council is also proposing will be held at the school an increase in the water system P.m. and all residents of capacity that would allow the town to the lake area are in- serve, in addition to town residents, lake area residents. of the town The meeting is planned to gather in- put from citizens on beth projects, in an afoderalgrantthat effort to determine the needs and for the town will in- opinions of the citizenry. Sehool menu MAY 11-15 potato tots, pinto beans, fruit jello, milk. on buns, salad, green beans, buttered corn, peanut butter buttered peas, hot rolls and butter, cake, milk. mac, green beans, sliced cheese, macaroni salad, cookies, , salad, french fries, pinto beans, fruit jello, milk. Church will be May 11-17. Cottage will be held May 4-10 Dennis and Debbie Earl and Janice Gladys Randail's. Tourney Weekend be having its 2rid An- Baseball Tourney will be the men's slow proceeds will go to Freeman Miller, on Wednesday. A family reunion and birthday party for Horace Reid Marlow was held in the home of Martha Frances and J.L. Reynolds of Brazoria. Those attending were Christine and Marshall Marlow of Trinidad; Doris and Clifford Girth of Iowa; Mary, John and Bertham Lambert of Athens. A money tree was presented Horace Reid because of his recent illness. Jo Rose and Nannie Drake visited with their brother, Fletcher Stoggner, in Huntsville during the first of last week. Wednesday from Abilene, Gordan and Breckenridge after visiting with brothers and sisters. Mrs. Olive Rogell visited in Dallas with daughter Faye Smith and in Garland with relatives. Attending the Youth Rally at Lakeview Sunday afternoon May 3 were the Trinidad MYF group and sponsor Ann Rounsavall, Brad Elsom, Don Elsom, Greg King, Amy Roun- savall, Kenneth Airheart, Linda Rowland, Charles Freeman and Terry Watkins. Margaret Miller's plant and flower shop furnished a lovely bronze pot plant for the Sunday services at United Methodist Church and will be fur- nishing one on Mother's Day. She plans to take a pot plant to the different churches for Sunday services. Russell Brooks and wife Vera were by Friday evening for a visit. Our congratulations to the Brookses who were married April 30 in the home of Vera's daughter in Wiley. The Brookses will be taking a trip to Hawaii and will be making their home in Wiley. Harold Stanfield, Don Bichell and Nubbin Fleming attended the funeral of Wesley Wayne Ellis at Gilmer on Friday. Billie Davis returned home from Hillcrest Hospital in Waco on Saturday after having back surgery. The Dairy Mart had a welcome sign out for her. The people from First Baptist Church attending the meeting in Frankston on Monday evening were Wands Bradley, Lauri Bradley, Edith Young, Freeman Miller, Bro. Danny Baler and Kathy Baler. Field Day trip for kindergarten and first grade and parents will be May 7. The students will be taking a bus ride to Palestine and will be going on the train ride to Maydelle and then having a picnic lunch. About 58 students and parents will be going with Mrs. Patty Welbern and Mrs. Karen Ashiock. The Assembly of God had a good meeting this past week at Trinidad Community Center with Bro. Jimmy Munns preaching. One night at- tendance was 65. Attendance was 33 for church Sunday. Coach Bennie King will be at girls' state track meet in Austin on Saturday, May 9 at 10 a.m. with regional winner Louise Hornbuckle, who will be trying for a state medal in the shot. Lori Tidmore, senior track member, will be Monde or Donna Rounsavall. You will so come out to the and see some good Association. The Church of Christ members en- making the trip. The best of luck to to run the con- joyed their monthly Sunday dinner at Louise. contact Mayor the Community Center. Their gospel The fourth, fifth and sixth grade meeting will be held June 14-17 with classes and sponsors, Dabble Barnett, Brother N.F. (Mid) McKnight doing the Sharon Hoskins and Mr. Spencer, wig preaching, be taking their field triwi to Waco on Congratulations goes to Larry Parker Friday, May 8. Theybe taking a and Kyle Floyd who came home from playing tennis doubles in Kllgore with a Teressa Boyd and be married May big third place medal in regionals. We First Baptist Church are all proud of them, including Robert friends and relatives Linker. reception will follow the A special called meeting was held on Thursday night, April 30, by Trinidad was the City Council to hire a new policeman. meeting of the Charles Naff of Crossett, Ark. comes of America held highly recommended, having been a - May I. Those deputy sheriff and a patrolman. He and Lauri Bradley, Kim wife Pam have a son, Donnie, who is in all freshmen ninth grade, and a daughter, Niki, third Sponsor Mrs. Cleda grade. reported a great ALso hired to be the new city judge at the Menger Hotelwas Mary Joyce Arnold who began the and on their returnduties on Friday, May I. San Marcos at the We welcome our new policeman : Charles, Pam, Dounie and Niki Naff. Jim Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Leans Warren retreat at at Lakeview. minister of gave us a good for surprise, and at service moving to Maud June 2. who is Paul Seminary in attended school school to Trinidad in getting moves The Naffs will be living in their mobile home at the Stanfields' (Otis and Tommy) mobile park. Also new to our community are Henry and Helen Adams and children, Heidi, 5, Heather, 3, and Jonathan, 11 months, from Queen City. They live in the former Joe Dunacusky home. river ride on the Brazes Queen and going on tour through the museum. Debbie Thompson's second grade,• Peggy Farmer's third grade and mothers will be taking their field trip on May 8 to Corsicana. They will depart at 8:15 a.m., going to McDonald's on film and tour 9-10 a.m. and then to Pioneer Village tour 10:30-11:30, picnic lunch 11:30-12:45 and skating I-2:30 p.m. The Ladies Bible Class met in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Stanfield with Mrs. Cleora Fleming giving the an- nouncements of those sick, with a special welcome to guests Fern Denny of Fort Worth and Frances McElroy. Marion Williams opened the meeting with prayer, followed by study of Thessalonians. Eighteen members were present. Refreshments were served. Joe Prnka has been off work this week as he bad to go to the emergency room in Corsicana for sticking a needle through his toe. Dewitt Loven received Jgs0 on his rabbits at the FFA auction. Margaret and Lee Smith of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Goodwin's Mississippi visited recently with sister, grandson visited over the weekend. Ruth Hunter. Mrs. Brenda Ficklin returned home Congratulations to Mrs. Winogene from the Corsicana hospital. Farmer who celebrated her 85th bit- Tall Boy Clark of the Athens Nursing thday in April. She also received a Home was home for a visit but will be TRINIDAD U.I.L. participants took second place overall in Junior high and elementary competition last week at Cross Roads. The Junior high had a firm second place while elementary tied for second. Elementary winners were Angle Miller, third in ready writing; Shannon tlolt, sixth in ready writing; James Stanton, fourth in number sense; Chad Rounsavall, fifth in number sense; Picture Memory team, Elesha Bankston, Jim Thorpe, Timmy Rainwater and Suzanne Blanford with Thorpe and Bankston turning 100 papers. Hunior High school winners were Cathy Mize, first place in oral reading; Keith Brigance. second In oral reading; and Brent Hller, fourth in number sense. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) \ TROJAN BAND MEMBERS, under the direction of John Spencer, were awarded a !! rating at Sandy Lake Band Contest in Dallas last week. The contest was an all-day trip for band members. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavail) Pre-registration set at school Preregistratlon for all new kinder- garten students and parents will be held at Trinidad school Wednesday, May 13 at 9 a.m. Parents and students will eat lunch in the cafeteria at 12:30. Please bring birth certificate and shot records to Mrs. Welbern. Ladies Auxiliary holds meeting The Ladies Auxiliary for Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4133 in Trinidad, held their regular meeting, Tuesday, April 21. Dorothy Porath, district president from Post 4376 in Seven Points was present at this meeting. New officers were installed for the 1981-82 year. They were Joyce Cobb, president; Nelda Cartlidge, senior vice letter from President Ronald Reagan. returning to the home for a few more president; Sherrle Kennedy, junior vice Ozie Land spent the weekend in Tyler months, president; Claudia Basser, treasurer; with her relatives. Arlene Bozeman of Lufldn has been Dorothy Britt, chaplain. The United Methodist Church will be here visiting with Alex and Hazel The ladies voted to give financial presenting a corsage to the oldest Johnston. assistance to one of the member's MOTHER'S DAY Cotton and nylon gowns .................... $4.98 to $12.95 Dusters ....... $8.95 & $10.95 Slippers ............. $3.98 Tops & Blouses, cotton & polyester ............. $5.95 to $12.95 Handbags & Scarves- All Prices S & H GREEN STAMPS MALAKOFF LAY-AWAYS for Rings, Bracelets, Chains, Watch Cases, Dental Gold & Coins n ½ mi, 90, G.B.C, ~7.1106 n father who m dl and Linda havemother present and to the youngest. Hazel and Alex Johnston and Arle e _ . " " • . ****************************************** church for the past Margaret Miller gave me a beautiful Bozeman were in Tyler for a doctor's Tne indies are still hoping tor" more : Cedar Creek United carnation corsage from her shop on 'appointment. names of deceased veterans from Hen-I.- Reco, rd Sale,s 1 Saturday for my Mother's Day corsage, We have enioved the nice rain aerson uounty to be turned in for the ,. . " - " Memorial Day Honor Roll. encl your name of the person you .......... think should be the Trinidad Citizen of - the Year to Trinidad Chamber of O:,I_ Fern Denny of Fort Worth visited ~ Rattan? Ilnlpu~l I~lnnr~? with her friends, Dorothy and Prentice ........ ........ 'raentarySchool ~ n Marc|l & April has I)ut Kenneth Burton of Trinidad FFA sold Q ln~... -.B ~-s ..... X ~ 275163 ~ Harrison, this past week. ----bRLL---- his J.R. steer for $1.10 per pound to ,ucr, i~ i] feattler in our sales z ted I was to receive your ge~age.~ It tells me of your [ East Texas Drilling for a total of ~ ~m" .... _ I~ i'u makes me very bappy, i know with so many young people , $I,263.90. Congratulations, Kenny, on a il][gD. e , p t 'e that it won,t he long before i,m fee]ing much bett-er. - " - , good job raising your steer. " .... ersonnel's hats.., i ~ttom of my heart, thank you for caring. ] Rita Diane Jecha and Joe Bryan will ~ ][~eve||]Hl~ ~ Come see Oortha be married Saturday, May le at 9 ........ .... Brownlow, Sam Jock, Buddy Hoover, " RonaldReagan [ o'clock at the Holy Trinity Church in ~{ fit. 1, Athens b/~-/Ug(~0 Pri Timkin, LesterSimmons Week at First Baptist is whichrmgratefulfor.Rodrick Parker of Huntsville visited FOR A DEAL YOU CAN'T TURN DOWN, -. w~,w ~ow.. o ~ ~, -exa co Will be out May 28. with his parents, Steve and Beth, and ' ; BUY NOW AT OLD PRICES... eaclzers, workday May attended church services Sunday. GAS PRICES .-. . .-- Mrs. Sue Beavers of Illinois is here tock of New Tares BUY NOW AT LOW INTEREST! Miller and family B.G. and Oleta Riden s children, ~.Y with parents, r Mary Ann, Jim and Vincent Bailey of ~ I~f,,re v,,u buy" T~ !, ~ . )hMillerof Dallas Houston, visited recently. " , ttadlator ervnce ts , Mrs. Nola B. 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