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The M~!A_koff News, Thursd_a_y, Junell, !981--7A_ By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. in Joel Clay Trim- were held recently at Home in Corsicans Cemetery. ~t University for Trinidad ~arly 1940's and at that ad about 35 members presented to Trinidad year's honor roll, and prompt and y26. Class: Perfect Michael Allen, Robb, Jennifer and regular, Cory , Michael Boggas. Janice Simmons. McElroy, James Boggas, Adrain Bailey, Jennifer Jenkins, Spencer, Ulric Svoboda, Jessica Perfect - A-B honor roll, Starbrook Bailey, Danny Colrnan, A Blanford, A honor A honor roll; Susan and regular; Timothy roll and prompt Leslie Robb, perfect attendance; A honor roll and Danny Stevens, A- Ardion, A-B A honor roll He is remembered in Trinidad as the composer of the school song, "Hail Dear Ole Trinidad." Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Betty Trimble Edwards of Odessa and Mrs. Patrica Trimble Olsen of Lafayette, La.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Buschhaus of Dallas; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. LAURI BRADLEY Trinidad kindergarten students of Mrs. Patsy Welborn were presented for their graduation to first grade in closing school ceremonies. Class roll included Heidi Adams, Sbanay Bailey, Rosette Denton, Lacosta Davis, James Foster, Aron Hart, Teresa Harvey, Danny Johnson, Heather Finley, Jed Johnston, Jamie Langford, Amy Leeds, Billy Jack Lewis, Jason McCurdy, Janet McLeroy, Tommy McLeroy, Ben Patterson, Nikki Phillips, Kits Polk, Michelle Robb, Melissa Renteria, Sabrina Simmons, Jamie Sulak, Timothy Walden, Andrea Williams, Jerry Williams and Shane Walden. Ozzie Land spent three days on an outing to Lake Tyler with her daughters, Anita Mallory and Jennie Ludwig and grandsons, Brandon and Scott Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hooper were in Dallas on Friday for a visit with relatives. Melinda Benton of Tyler visited with her grandmother, Mrs. Black, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright attended the funeral services for Mrs. May Cole in Mahank on Saturday. Mrs. Cole was a former neighbor. Bro. Ronnle Danleis and Linda and their son, Troy, of Grand Prairie, were here on Wednesday for Mr. Harry Lohman's funeral. Mrs. Mable Graham and daughter, Darla Jean of Point Comfort were here Tuesday and Wednesday for a visit with the McElroys and attended the funeral of Mr. Lohman. Prompt and regular; A honor roll; Ryan prompt and regular; Prompt and regular; perfect attendance; A-B honor roll and per. Marie Stockton, A- Taylor, A honor Joan Wright returned home to Flagstaff, Ariz., on Sunday after visiting with Mrs. Alice Wright this past week. Little Bobbi Ann Cargill of Kflgore visited on Friday with her grand- parents, Frances and Woody Graysen. Johnnle Martin returned home after tendance, a visit in Abilene with her children, Dr. 8thGrade: Mike Colman, prompt and and Mrs. Randy Stockstill and sons Johnnie became ill in Abilene and came regular; Tara Thorpe, A honor roll and perfect attendance. 9th grade: Prompt and regular at- tendance by Scott Tupper, Laurie Bradley, Leah Echols, Louise Horn- buckle, Kim Jenkins, Dewitt Loven and Tami Riley. regular attendance; 10th Grade: Prompt and regular A honor roll; Teresa attendance by Nathan Crocker, Gregg roll and perfect King and Scott McCurdy. Crocker, A honor 11th Grade: Prompt and regular prompt and attendance by JoDell Colvin, Brad Susan Green, Elsom, Michelle Fugate, and Larry Jenkins, A honor Parker. attendance; Kasey 12th Grade: Prompt and regular roll; Bruce Kimbell, attendance by Glenn Boyd, Vincent Shannon Linker, A Norris, Anna Ochoa, Leslie Spencer and Lori Tidmore. High school perfect attendance was roll; Chad Roun- asfollows: roll and prompt and 9th Grade: James Boyd, Tamra Jim Thorpe, A-B Estes, Derek Jackson and Penny Johnston. Abbo perfect at- 10th Grade: Paul Airheart, Dale prompt and Anders, Steven Brigance, Charles honor roll and Colman Don Mize and DeWayne Bryan Hiler, A-B Spencer. 11th Grade: Lester Bailey, Vickle Bell, and Linda Rowland. 12th Grade: David Lohman and Shirley Hornbuckle. A Honor roll for high school included Charlie Freeman, Laurie Bradley and Gre~ King. Allen, prompt; A-B honor roll for high school in- attendance; Keith cluded Tummy Bankston, Lori Tid- roll and prompt more, Shirly Hornbuckle, Anna Ochoa, Echois, prompt Mike Alrheart, Lisa Ardoin, Jimmy A honor roll Carter, Michele Fugate, Linda Lynette Rowland, Vicki Bell, Larry Parker, regular; Brent Valerie Davis, Steven Brigance, Penny md prompt and prompt; honor roll; Cathy roll and perfect at- TWIRLERS AND TEACHERS Joined together for a photo session following the annual Trinidad Twirling School last week. The school is held annually by the front line of the Trojan Band. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavali) The 10th Annual Trinidad Twirling School was held June 1-5 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. with classes in beginner, in- termediate and advanced twirling. School organizer was John Spencer, Band Director. Instructors for the week were the 1981-82 majorettes, Lisa Ar- s In on to visit her daughter, Peggy and Billie Davis has returned home after Bruce Wall and granddaughter Lexie visiting in Alvin with her children. before returning home. Several from Calvary Baptist Church Pam Naff had recent surgery at attended the Worker's Meeting in Memorial Hospital in Athens. Pare is Athens Monday night. the wife of our new policeman, Charles Bro. and Mrs. Danny Shaver and Naff. Susanne and Matt of Fort Worth visited Glen Spencer left Monday to return to with the McElroys and Martins. Navy duty in Rots, Spain. Glen has Congratulations goes to Dick Sharp been ona3-weeksleave, who was honored at the Trinidad Deacon of the Week at First Baptist Chamber Banquet as the Citizen of the Church is Harold Colvin. Year for the outstanding work he has A youth film "Welcome Home" will done in trying to secure a doctor for be presented Saturday, June 13 at 7:30 Trinidad. His wife, Ellen, has been a p.m. at First Baptist Church. great part in all the paper work and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wright andentertaining all the doctors that have daughter, Piper, of Garland, visited come here to look Trinidad over. with mother, Mrs. Alice Wright Mrs. Edith McClintock was in Dallas Saturday afternoon, on Tuesday with her children and i Jerry, Teressa, Jason and Jacquellne driving a new car. Taylor attended a Taylor familyThere were 30 reported in attendance reunion in Trinity on Sunday. at Mankin Assembly of God Church. Jason Taylor will be visiting with his Frances and Danny McElroy and grandfather, Cleo Taylor, in Port family are moving to Grand Saline and LaVaca for two weeks, will be missed by the church. Bro. Lloyd and Nadine Johnston visited in Jimmy reported a good meeting in Mesquite on Monday with their Austin. The church will begin their children, the Charles Abees and Matt. revival meeting next Sunday. Jewel Uhrlch and Lucille ArnettRickey Williams, missionary from visited Sunday with their children, Dr. Mexico, will be giving the evening and Mrs. Kent Rodgers and family and services at Bro. Loven's Lakeside attended the recital of great-grand- Baptist Church on June 14. daughter Susie. Hazel and Alex Johnston were in Beauford and Faye Wright visited on Lufkln to take Arlene Bozeman home this past week. A gospel meeting will be held June 14- 17 at the Trinidad Church of Christ with M.F. (Mid) McKnight of Kaufman doing the preaching each eyening at 7:30. Tuesday evening with mother, Mrs. Alice Wright. Mrs. Robert Rozell's children, Faye and Williard Smith and grandchildren from Dallas visited on Saturday. Here visiting Lilllan Smith was her Johnston, Kristi Jones, Amy Roun- sister, Jettie Webb and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stubblefleld and savall and Tamra Estes. Lauri Bradley Nicole LePore of Dallas. family of Silverton spent a few days Stephen Love of Port LaVaca visited with Rohhle Floyd and friends. year.Was on the A honor roll for the entire over the weekend with Bro. and Mrs. Family members in the home of Mrs. Oscar Brantley while his parents, Mr. Dorothy Lohman during the death and funeral of Mr. Harry Lohman were Billy and Pat Collins, Timmy and Michelle Collins of Lies Sumner, Mo.; Mabel Collins of Warrenburg, Mo.; Louise Butler, Kansas City, Mo.; Mildren Collins and Zelma Collins of and Mrs. Arthur Love, attended a family reunion in Abllene and visited with Cheryl. Doc and Laverne Keesee's sen, Billy Joe, has suffered a heart attack. He is reported in stable condition. dion, Jennifer Chandler, Amy Roun- savall, and Lauri Bradley. Each student received a certificate and medals were given to these outstanding twirlers: Staci Surratt, Michael Green, Traci Surratt, Angels Sunders, Misti Crocker, Cathy Mize, Shonda Crocker, and Nikki Phillips. Other twirlers were: Ashlea Denison, Shannon Holt. Jamie Langford, Crystal Davis, Heather Adams, Melissa Renterla, Jenifer Jenkins, Nickl Hale, Kindra Calvert, Anglia Miller, Elizabeth Terry, Heidi Adams, LaCosta Davis, Megan Johnson and Robin Green. Baptist Church with Bro. Danny Boler and Bro. Jack Allen officiating. Special music was by the Lakeside Singers and David Burton. Pallbearers were Kenneth Barnes, Pat Airheart, Buster Alrheart, Wlllard Currey, George Estes, Larry Estes, Lawton Parks and Harold Colvin. Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Parks and daughters of Beckville visited with Mrs. Mozelle Parks. The Trinity River Jamboree chair- men met Tuesday, June 2, at Trinidad City Hall for preparation for the Chamber Jamboree which will be held the third Saturday in Ansust. There Edward to the Trinidad United Methedist Church. David Lohman will begin working in the meat department at Brookshires in Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams returned home from Conference in Houston. They said they tried to find and meet the new Trinidad minister, TimEd- ward, but wasn't able to find him in all those ministers. Guests in the home of Pearl and Hollis Hines and Chilton and Willie Derden were Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hines Jr., Lori Hines, and Mike Davis, Shreveport, La.; Jetter Bunn McDaniel were 12 members present to finalize of Corsicans; Margaret Chamberland, times of events. Friday, August 21 will Margo and Marci of Garland; Ballow be the kick.off with the Men' Beauty ~ of Austin; and Bobby and Mona Pageant at the school and a cakeCraig andchildren, Ashiey and Michael auction. Those of you who missed seeing the beautiful full rainbow on Tusday night after our rainstorm missed one of the most beautiful sights. It was in the sky around 8: 35. Bro. Rowland preached his final service on June 7. The sermon topic was "Wind from Heaven." The Lord's supper was taken by those present. The Rowlands will be living at Box B, Maud, Texas 75567. of Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Danna Sharp and family of Irving visited with parents on saturday. Mandy Sharp, daughter of the Rick Sharps, is visiting with grandparents, Ellen and Dick Sharp, this week. "Whenever people talk to me about the weather, I always feel they mean something else." Oscar Wilde A welcome to Bro. Tim and Melissa ................................................................ 214/675-1446 f a PODIATRIST-FOOT SPECIALIST New Hours: Open. Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri, 7 a.rn..3 p.m. Thurs., Sat. 7 a.rn.-12 noon 400 Bryson St. Athens, Texas 75751 The Lohmans and McElroys took a 3- Warrenburg, Mo.; Jenny McVay and day vacationtripwest, children, Lee Ann and Slim of San .O minister ot : : A mission film on Brazil by Carlos Angelo, and Virgil, Betty, Betty Jo and of Christ, will i~ ,J i ik~i!:~i'! :i!;Grubber will be shwn Sunday' June 14 David Phillips of Eustace' I Ips Meetings in of Christ begin- at the First Baptist Church. We have had rain this past week. ~" :~: : :: Some of us old-timers say it is the most June 14 and con-I Bible Study held since 195o. On Wednesday we had n one'eSdaY'in thefJUneChurchthe 17.mostof !i ::i ll ~ ~ ~~ ~/ ' On Jane 2 at 9:30 a.m., the Ladies familyLhmanlnches during the funerals of Mr.membersand Mr.wereJOhnunableParks,to goandto ~; or several years. HeL I~i !~~ Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. the Trinidad Cemetery for their gOSpel meetings In ' 50 Alice Smith, Indian Lane of the Water burials. " United States, as ~~ ~~ Board, Codar Creek Addition. A Mr. Harry Lohman's funeral was COuntries including welcome and announcements were held Wedneesday, June 3 at 2 p.m. at given by Mrs. Cleora Fleming, followed Calvary Baptist Church with Bro. ~n, England, Spain, Greece' Turnkey' ~'~ ~ ~i Y prayer bY Mrs' Gladys Yates" Mrs" Flyd Loven and Br" Bill Watsn f" Jordan. his wife, LaVorise, Bama Miller gave the lesson and ficlating. Bro. Ronnie Danieis gave discussion from I Thnothy, Chapter 3. special music. Pallbearers were Larry | in 1974, planning to ~ ~ uuest was Joan Wright of Flagstaff, Don Estes, David Burton, C.W. JY for a year while he /~i~ ~ I~.[I Ariz. Thirteen members were present. Alrheart, Richard Martin, j.C. inister of the local They were Janle Carter, Gladys Yates, Airheart, and James Johnston. Mr. St and underwen! ~ I ~',:/1 W~ ~ ~ Ellen Sharp, Bobbette Engle, Jewel Lohman's body was brought to the nt for a throat "~ : :~ ~'"' W "''~ ' Uhrich, Beula Mac Trotman, Gertrude Calvary Church on Tuesday evening erased their plans,W .-~.~ ~!jj~ Stanfleld, Dorothy Harrison, Bama from 7 to 9 p.m. i they are deeply in- Miller, Alice Wright, Joan Wright, and Rain water was over Highway 31 on ~ectrum of work at M.F. McKNIGHT Cleora Fleming. Refreshments of Wednesday, June 3 and there was about I. sandwiches, dips, chips, chocolate six inches in front of BarksdaleStore at regular preeching to one of the largest Church of Christ tarts, tea and coffee were served. 3 p.m. One Trinidad weather reporter C ( teaches a regular congregations. Every congregation Georgia Williams of Mount Pleasant said we had 14 lnnches during the week. ble class for adults where he has served as local minister is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Leona We do know that the spillway has all :be planning and has more than doubled in membership Warren. gates open letting the water out to the ny special classes, in less than two years. His preaching Funeral services were held Saturday, level needed, and water is still backed 1 10 Volt q dso devoted to work has yielded over 40,000 responses in the June 6 at the Eubank Funeral Chapel up in yards. ~ngregation, a duty past 20 years, for former Trinldad resident, Mrs. May 1 2,000 BTLJ ........................ i Other leaders oft he Services will be conducted each Cole,97. evening, Sunday through Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yates of Irving 220 Volt ,ii' lule has not always at7:30p.m, each evening. The public is were here on Wednesday for the faneral ~ q~A~ church work. After invited to come and hear the gospel of Mr. Harry Loiunan and a visit with 1 8, OOO BTU .............. ,, tr of duty as a pilot preached during thisseriesof relatives. ~ began farming in meetings. Bill, Kaylea, and Bill Mark Miller of 'ge scale operation Cleburne visited Saturday and Sunday d off well when he Rejuvenate mascara with parents. FOB Phillips of Texas' outstan- Mrs. Jan Van Orden Jones of Fort beginning full-time Stockton visited with Mrs. Vivlan Black .e,u--~e dr,e., ---- b~ onT--y ['hi dly left the farm holding the tube under hot water for two Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Riden's children of IC 'ed to Abilene's or three minutes, advises Nancy Houston visited with them last Christ to serve as Brown, a clothing specialist on the weekend. Hwy. 31, Malakoff Mon..$at. 8 to minister. For 15home economics staff of the Texas Here visiting with Jerri McElroy se habla eepanol the Highland Agricultural Extension Service, The were Jenny McVay and children, Lee period it grew Texas A&M University System. Ann and Slim of San Angelo.