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The Malakoff News, Thursday,'July 2, 1981--5A By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Peebles morning and evening sorvices. Trinidad Chamber me and gave you the The Calvary Baptist Church will be and Iwere enjoying having their Vacation Bible School on plans giant gala Travelers tour of the July 20-23. Other Athens area Herb Saunders returned home on the bus tour were Mrs. Stella McGee, Mrs. Mrs. Annie McMahon of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and .' Study met in the home with 13 ladies and present. Mrs. Bama Bible lesson from I I. Refreshments of the Bible lesson zs in a Tyler writing. O.B. Stanfield, Mr. and Mrs. Edith Young, and and Byron Jackson services for Mrs. Tim Friday. Lincecum was taken to Hospital by the Unit Tuesday after a She received a broken were taken in her 's home in and Mrs. MUg in Athens on business Richard Colvin and Mrs. Freddie Colvin Harold Colvin at- reunion in Kemp J.C. Peebles spent in Beckville with Granddaughter tonsils removed while July 6, Melissa teaching a 30-week language. It is open will meet each at 7:30 p.m. at the Church. be free. Those ~o obligation to the first week. Lessons Students will need It's fun, easy, and it a family affair. Wife of our new pastor, .Church. the MYF fish really missed a good 4133 will celebrate linner at 6 p.m. Later there will be a and a free dance. to attend. of Ft. Worth and Thursday in the granddaughter, Mrs. Sanmnie Stanfleld of and Mrs. Otis Stan- Dallas on Thursday and Faye Hergla Stanfield in the tnd visited Faye Stan- Freddy Cude were in to attend /'s aunt. Beauford Wright of Wright of El Paso, a visit with his ht. flowers Were Methodist Church of Jim Williams. at First Baptist Kathy Boler music following the , Bro. Danny Boler. in the First .Miller. Bill Watson at Church Sunday, Bro. and wife Rae Ann, Jeff bringing the Friday aRer spending this past week with daughter, Frances, in Universal City. Bro. and Mrs. Robert Foster and children visited this past week in Hamlin where Carol's mother has been illBro. Oscar Brantiey preached the Sunday services at the Church of Christ. Carolyn, Blaine and Ronnie Tucker of Cedar Hill, Utah, are here for a visit with parents, the Bill Freemans and the Tuckers. Carolyn and grandson Blaine will remain for a two-week visit. Lunch was served on Friday to the family members of Jim Williams in the Educational Building. Mrs. John Boshart visited in Dallas with he children and grandchildren. Keith Morny of Point, Texas, visited with Juanita and Otis Stanfield Friday. Attending church with Mrs. Marion Williams on Sunday were her children, Harry and Ann Williams of Beaumont, Deanie and Jimmie Scroggins of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Keith Scroggins. Our deepest sympathy to the family members. Karon Green entered Navarro Hospital in Corsicana Sunday, June 21 and was dismissed Saturday, June 27. Karon is a diabetic and the doctor taught her to give her shots daily. Guests in the home of Mrs. Frank Dulaney here for the wedding of Chris Dulaney and Danette McLendon were Mrs. Noreen Donahue of Dayton, Ohio; Cynthia and Kenneth Dyson of Taylor, Texas; Mrs. Billy Goin; Mrs. Steve Macon of Wolf City; Mrs. Gayle Carden of Greenville; Ruth and H.L. McGee of Tyler; Jason, Jackie, Jerry and Teressa Taylor. Little Jackie Taylor was the flower girl in the beautiful wedding, which was held in Athens. Bud Dulaney and Mrs. Frank Dulaney attended a beautiful garden wedding in Greenville last Sunday. David Leopard of Houston visited with his grandmother, Mrs. MUg Ridgeway, last week and is spending this week with his former baby sitter, Ma Miller and Mildred in Athens. Britt Morgan, Eric Morgan, Debbie and husband visited with Donna and Mondo Renteria. Minnie Lou Lavalle played the organ at the United Methodist Church ser- vices this past month while our organist, Mary Ellen Johnston, was on a vacation trip to the Pacific Nor- thwest. Lueille Arnett enjoyed a 20-day trip with the Dodd Travelers of Tyler on the Pacific Northwest tour. Our vacation trip was 5,700 miles which included nine states and two provinces of Canada. There were two departure tours from Tyler with the Dodd Travelers and Nubbin and I were on the June 8 tour. The other tour that most of our friends from Athens were on started the next day, but we met in Banff, Canada and then spent one day together, going over on the ferry to tour the beautiful Butchart Gardens in Victoria, Canada, and we met for the third time in the beautiful city of Salt Lake, Utah. Use car restraints when children ride 'Use car restraints for children, cautions Dorthy Taylor, a family life education specialist. Failure to use these safety devices causes 1,000 deaths in children under age five every year, she says. Ms. Taylor is on the home economics staff of the Texas Agricultural Exten- sion Service, The Texas A&M Univer- sity System. for Fourth of July The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a gigantic fireworks display Saturday, July 4th, beginning at 8pro. The event will be held at the Trinidad football field and will be free of charge. Everyone is invited to attend the show. There will be plenty of parking space and seating in the bleachers. We enjoyed our long ride to Amarillo and the next morning we made a tour out to Cal Farley's Boys Ranch. A young boy was our tour guide through the ranch area. We traveled the next day into New Mexico and to Colorado Springs and visited the Garden of the Gods and went to the Flying W Ranch for a barbecue dinner and western music show. More than 1,000 people were served in 20 minutes. restaurant. We were in Portland on the 13th night. We enjoyed the fish at Bonneville Dam. We drove on down through beautiful Oregon into the lumbering country and traveled into Idaho, the potato state, and into the Morrnan country. We were in Salt Lake City for two days. We enjoyed the organ recital and Temple Square and we made a tour of the copper mines which are about 35 miles outside of Salt Lake City. Ouary, Colorado, was a beautiful Little Switzerland. We enjoyed a five dimension screen presentation of the colorful mountains and city. We traveled the Million Dollar Highway 9,360 feet high, and it was early mor- ning, and with the sun shining it was beautiful, much prettier than Canada or any of the other mountains. We had lunch in Durango, Colorado. We traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, and had our dinner and a tour party, with giRs going to the best man traveler, best lady traveler, the one that came the most miles to begin their tour from Tyler, and the person who could name all the 44 tour members the Everyone enjoyed the trip up to quickest. This job I did the third day out Pike's Peak. There was lots of snow on and I had only been with one other the peak. Some of us felt a little light- couple from Tyler, but of course, we headed for a short time. There was a had Mary Ellen and Milburn Johnston brief stop at the U.S. Air Force from Trinidad, Lucille Arnett and Academy to enjoy the beautiful worship Dortha Scarbrough of Kerens. But we centers for Catholic, Jewish and had six ladies to meet us the second day Protestant. Through Laramie, Wyoming, we enjoyed counting the many antelope (counted 307 in one hour's time on the right side of the bus). In Jackson Hole, Wyoming, we en- joyed the Western Street Show at 7 p.m. all Dodd Travelers were invited to the dress rehearsal at the Jackson Hole Playhouse. College students and professional actors were giving the play "Sundance Kid," and presented a musical show. Nubbin and I were called from the audience to be in the magician's act with the spotlight on us. We looked at the Silver Dollar Bar at the hotel that has 2,032 silver dollars. We saw the beautiful Teton Mountains with snow on the peaks and stayed at Yellowstone Ledge and watched the Old Faithful geyser. It began snowing at 7 a.m. when we were leaving Yellowstone Lodge and we made tour stops to see the colorful hot pools and had lunch at Mammoth Hot Spring. We traveled through Montana, through Calgary to cross the International Boundary to Banff, Canada. It doesn't get dark until 10:15 p.m. and it is light by 5:30 a.m. We enjoyed the drive out to Icefields. We rode the big snowmobile down a steep incline and rode over the ice and made snowballs, which were very hard. Saw a bear beside the highway and got a picture of it. On our ninth day, we arrived at Lake Louise that is so beautiful. It was snowing and we had lunch at Chateau Lake Louise Lodge. We then traveled through beautiful Canada to Kamloops. We traveled along the beautiful Thompson River and the mighty Frazier River. We took a cable car across the Frazier River to Heirs Gate for a view of the fishways that two million salmon pas~ through each year, and had lunch at the cafeteria. It was raining the morning of our guided tour of Vancouver, Stanley Park and Queen Elizabeth Park, but we enjoyed shopping that afternoon in Vancouver. On our 12th day we went across the Straits of Georgia to Vancouver Island for a two-hour ferry ride to beautiful Victoria and had lunch at the Empress Hotel. That afternoon we toured the beautiful Butchart Gardens. After six nights in Canada we traveled through U.S. Customs into Washington state and had lunch at the Space Needle. We had been there during the World's Fair in 1962, but had not eaten in the revolving out at Amarillo and to learn which one was Rachel, Corrie, Marie, Ila, Wilma or Bernice was pretty hard. Our last day in Amarillo, we drove out to Palo Dura Canyon State Park for the barbecue dinner and the musical play "Texas" at 8:30 p.m. There were 1,750 in attendance and was really a great show and one that I have wanted to attend all my life. We leR Amarillo at 7:30 a.m. Saturday and arrived in Tyler by 5:30 pro. We had a wonderful time seeing all the beautiful country that God has given us to see and being with the nicest people in the world and having daily devotionals and preaching on Sunday by a minister from Tyler. We ladies exchanged good cooking recipes and everyone has many pictures and stories to tell of their beautiful trip to the Pacific Northwest. I'm glad to be home and many of my friends have told me they missed me while we were away. We celebrated our 35th anniversary on June 15 in Canada and we are most grateful to Milburn and Mary Ellen for our beautiful bone china cream and sugar set from Canada. It was a beautiful trip through this great land and Canada that we all shall remember all our lives; seeing the beautiful mountains, lakes, streams and waterfalls in our USA and enjoying 20 days with our 44 friends on the bus and saying goodbye with hugs and kisses at the end of our Journey. We hope to meet again for another tour to see this beautiful country we live in. /" " ' ~r~p | l MR. AND MRS. J. C. (korena) AIRIIEART celebrated their 25th wedding an- niversary Monday, June 22, 1981. They were honored with a reception at their home with family members and close friends attending. Guests were served silver anniversary wedding cake, punch and coffee by their children, Louise Taylor, Jeanne Airheart and Kenneth Airheart. {Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) RO ,ALI.- i NS' j RA'NCE ENCY' .... HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. 489-0520 See... Sue Barnett Malakoff 510 W. 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