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, 6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, May 29. 1980 by Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. The Annual Trinidad Twirling School will be held June 2-6. Cost will be $15 per student. Classes will be held for beginner, intermediate and advanced twirlers. A 10 a.m. at the high school auditorium. John Spencer, band director, will be in charge, and Trinidad majorettes will teach the course. Registration will be at 8 a.m. Mon- speaker will be Elton Bomer of Athens. The Chamber is encouraging everyone to help on projects for the upcoming Trinity River Jamboree scheduled for August 15-16. The Tuesday Bible Study group met May 19 in the home of Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. The 19 members present were welcomed, along with special guest, Mrs. Carrie Eaton. Mrs. Bama lung, emphysema and the cancer af- fected lung. Mrs. Rita Abee and son, Matt, of Mesquite, are here visiting her parents, Loyd and Nadine Johnston. Mrs. Jerri Johnston of Tyler was here Sunday for her daughter's bac- calaureate service. School students finished classes Thursday and a workday is scheduld program will be held Friday morning at day, June 2, at the band hall.Miller gave the lesson from the second for teachers on Friday. chaptor of Car. A Happy Birthday was Bro. Jim Villwock will be preaching sung to Mrs. Alice Wright whe at First Baptist June I and June 8. Bro. Commencement exercises will be retiring after 15 years service in the celebrated her 85th birthday Wed- Tom Rolbuck will be bringing the held Friday, May30, at8p.m. Trinidad School cafeteria; Mrs. nesday. . sermon. Catherine Powers of Eustace, retiring Following dismissal by prayer oy Elementary school students cam- New minister after 21 years teaching; and Rhoda Mrs. Dick Sharp, refreshments ol pleted their track and field day Wed- Strange, who has taught for the past 40 birthday cake, punch, nuts and chipe nesday afternoon. The Trinidad Church of Christ an- years, with I0 years service in were served. Frances Ann Edgar returned home nounced last week the selection of Trinidad. Cindy and Sammie Stanfield of Wednesday after being here with her local evangelistic work in that com- munity as of June 1, 1980. Foster, originally a native of Borger, has at- tended Sunset School of preaching and Lubbock Christian College, both in '-Lubbock. He is also a veteran with .more than six years of service'with the United States Marine Corp. evening mowing the church yard and He and his wife, Carol, and two lots and painting in the educational children, James and Melaine, will building. They are saving money for a reside at 311 Scrnggs St. in Trinidad. church trip later in the summer. Mrs. Carrie Eaton returned home Bro. Morris Mason gave the sermons Thursday after visiting the past week at First Baptist Church Sunday, May with Cleora and Nubbin Fleming. National Multiple Sclorosis Society 25The'- yellow floral arrangement at Read-A-Than citation certificates and First Baptist Church Sunday was placed there by Mrs. F. E. Dulaney in recently. Talesa Polk also received a trophy for collecting the most money. Second graders who participated were Miss Polk, Travis Taylor, Bonnie Riley and Kim Allen; third graders were leslie Robb, who received a trophy for the boy collecting the most money; fifth grade students Rose Mary Arnold and Mitzi Bradley. Trinidad seniors returned at 5:30 a.m. Saturday after taking a senior trip to Austin and New Braunfels. The 15 seniors and sponsors reported a good trip. B. W. Tatum resigned from the Trinidad School Board last week after having served for a number of years. A tea was held in the home of Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Tuesday, May 20, from 3:30 until 5:30 p.m. The tea was held in honor of Christine Marlow, who is Robert Linker, formerly of Grand Saline, was employed as the new prin- cipal for Trinidad High School at a meeting of the school board Friday, May 17. Linker will revlace Joe Stubblefield, Robert C. Foster of Hamlin to begin Cookies, punch, nuts, mints and chips Houston visited with the Day's in father, HerbSaunders. were served by Mrs. Carrie Eaton. Malakoff and attended the Stanfield Mrs. Jewel Urhich and Mrs. Lucille Some 40 guests called to honor the Reunion in Trinidad Sunday. Arnett visited with Irby and Joan Smith retiring school employees. Baccalaureate services were held Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. J.H. McClintock visited with her Sunday, May 25, at the Trinidad High Bill Airheart of Beeville visited this hildren Saturday and Sunday.School auditorium. Mrs. Nadine Calvin past week with his mother, Mrs. Collins MYF members and sponsor, Annpresented theprocessional. Alrheart. Rounsavall, were busy last Wednesday The invocation was given by Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller spent the Danny Shaver, pastor of Calvaryweekend in Cleburn with their children. Baptist Church. Joe Stubblefield, high Mrs. Peggy Farmer, third grade school principal, introduced the Rev. teacher at Trinidad Elementary, Melvin Rowland, pastor of the United continued a tradition this year by Methodist Church of Trinidad, who having her students visit overnight in delivered the message. Bro. Floyd her home with she and her husband, Loven, pastor of Lakeside Baptist, gave Bob. This year 17 students have enjoyed the benediction, their teacher, both in the classroom and Ushers from the junior class were in herhome. iron on patches were presented by Vincent Norris, David Lohman, Maria The baseball playground is looking Bennie King, elementary principal, Shedd, and Lori Tidmore. Class colors good with the new silver paint job on the were red and silver, and the class fence andbuilding. flowers were the rose and carnation. Mrs. Ellen Sharp has been in ...... :, The class motto was "No attainment Jacksonville with her children, taking without desire, no achievementwithout care of daughter, Betty, who had ..... a goal, no arrival without destination." surgery recently. ,. Members of the senior class of 1980 Mrs. Mable Graham and daughter, . " include Kenneth Airheart, Kathy Lynn Darla Ann of Port Lavaco, visited with Airheart Kelley, Gary Mack Arnold, the McElroys and the Grahams. Teressa Lynn Boyd, Cindi Faye II 1 iiii '/ memory of her husband. Brett and father, Lee nolan, of Dallas, visited with the Russell Nolans Saturday. Betty Lou Raborn of Port 0 Conners visited over the weekend with her mother, Edith Young. Ten piano students of Mrs. Ellen Sharp were presented in recital at her home Tuesday evening, May 20. Those participating were Angels Sanders, Mitzi Bradley, Lynnette George, Keith Brigance, Steven Brigance, Elesha Bankston, Shouvna Upchurch, Siovhan Upchurch, Stephanie Upchurch, and Bryan Hiler. Refreshments were served to parents and students following the program. The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce is inviting everyone to attend a covered dish supper at their meeting Monday, June 2, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Guest Catlidge Williams, Sylvia Jo Horn- Stanfield reunion buckle, Paula Diann Johnston, Kelly Diane Lee,-Charis Matthew Morman, The Stanfield reunion was held Lisa Ann Nolan, Jimmy Lamar Norris, DodieMichele Reever, James Edward Sunday, May 25, at the Trinidad Riley, Sherry Ann Shipman, Sherryl Community Center with 75 present. Todd Warren, Wesley Todd Warren. Youngest present was Nathan Lin- Joe Stubblefield has accepted the denberg, five month old son of Nancy head football and track coaching and Rob Lindenberg of San Antonio, position at Silverton Independent grandson of Wretha and Eddie Barfoot School District. of Pasadena. Later in the day Joe and A birthday party honoring Mrs. Alice Geraldine Standifield's great grand- Wright was held in the home of Mr. and baby came, Cody Allen Speak, two Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. Tuesday, May month old son of Debbie and Bruce 20with 10 guests present. Speak. The oldest present was Mrs. Robert Linger of the Grand Saline Daisy Stanfield and the one that School District will be the new principal traveled the fartherest was Betty Lou at Trinidad school. Raborn, daughter of Edith Young, from Judith Collier, staff director of the Port O Conners. American Cancer Society of Tyler and Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. had a booth at Mrs. Bill Wilson and Carol of Dalla s, J. the Health Clinic on Friday, May 23 at C.Lanford, Elkhart, Edith Young, the Athens Armory. The lung machine Trinidad, Betty Lou Raborn, Port O was on display showing the normal Conner, Harold and Wretha Stanfield, Trinidad, Tommy and Gertrude - Stanfield of Trinidad, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Barfoot of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Rob IJndenberg and Nathan of San Antonio, W. L. Stanfield of Kemp, Dr. and Mrs. Tilmon Stanfield, Terri, Lisa and David of Athens, Yvonne Clark of Irving, Michael and Fay Heryla of Dallas, Daisy Stanfield, Otis and Juanlta Stanfield, Keith Morney, all of Trinidad, Kay Gage, Lavon, Luther and Florence Stanfield, Trinidad, Joe and Geraldine Stanfield, Malakoff, Melvin and Doris Rowland, Trinidad, Roy, Kay, Picky, and Mary Ann Stanfield, Trinidad, and James Stanfield, Dallas. ALso, Nancy Stanfield, Nacoma, Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald, Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mcdonald, Jr., Dallas, Cindy and Sammie Stanfield, Houston, Willie, Gaff, Lance, Lari, Lyle and Rose, Mabank, Kenneth Stanfield of Dallas, OT and Robbie Stanfield of Garland, Debbie, Bruce and Cody Speak of Malakoff, Dorothy and Kenneth Stanfield of Forney, Barbara FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 or t OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS , 396-2282 Ii III II I I I ,ay, %, who has: Silverton High School. In other business the board with regret the resigns B.W. Tatum. No re Tatum was appointed. J READ-A-THON CERTIFICATES were presented to a elementary students recently for their support of the raising project. Pictured, front row, left to are Kiln back row, Rose Mary Arnold, Talesa Polk, photo by Ann Rounsavall) and Paul McDonald, Rockwall, Dorothy and Harold Dunklin and children, Garland, Dave Stanfield, Lavon, David Stanfield, Copell, Bro. and Mrs. Oscar Brantley, Trinidad, Jerry Keith Stanfield, Trinidad. Many Trinidad resident enjoyed the Memorial Weekend at the lake and visiting. The Texas Power & Light crew has been on overhaul the past weeks. Paneling has been placed on the walls for the construction of the city hall in the old fire station. It is nearing com- pletion. The housing units are nearing completion, and landscaping will begin when mud and water dry up. The Installation Servie for the V.F.W was held Sunday afternoon, May 25..~ covered dish dinner followed. Alex and Hazel home after spending the] with sister, Glady surgery. Mrs. V.P. Bayless is Cedar Lake Eddy, Wretha Rob, Nancy and Nathan San Antonio, spent the home of Tommy and field. Dr. Don Chiles of is here visiting with his remains in Navarre Hospital. Lakeside Baptist a lot of ground churchSaturday. which would otherwise TP&L. TP&L president Bob TP&L will continue to vice area with an Texas Power & Light Company, one of the owners of the Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant at Glen Rose, has en- tered into a letter of intent to negotiate for the sale of up to 4.35 percent interest in the plant to Tex-La Power Cooperative of Texas. The first generating unit of the nuclear plant is scheduled to be in operation in 1981 and unit no. 2 in 1983. The plant is being constructed by Texas Utilities Generating Company. Tex-La represents several electric distribution cooperatives in East Texas and TP&L currently sells Tex-La elec- tric power at wholesale. The purchase of an interest in Comanche Peak by Tex-La will replace a portion of Tex- La's wholesale power requirements, electric power after the l the purchase price will z sate TP&L for its cost. Campbell stressed reduce TP&L's capit without changing generating reserves, there would be less of s "den during this period cost. The agreement is proval of various cluding the Nuclear mission. YOUR SHERIFF'S OBLIGATION TO THE OOMMUNITY I. Responsibilities of Position 1 ) Administrative 2) Operational 3) Organizational II. Service 1 ) Official Writs 2) Warrant Service 3) Service of Civil Papers 4) Public Assistance III. Protection 1) Patrol 2) Investigation 3) Criminal Restraint 4) Public Awareness I ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT; MY PAST EXPERIENCE WILL ENABLE ME TO CARRY OUT THESE DUTIES. i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SQUARE, ATHENS, TEXAS 75751w.,214-'675.565G. MEMBER FDIC Ell PD. POt.. ADV. PD. FOR BY CHARLIE FIELDS. ATHENS TEXAS