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,The Ma~koff News, Thu~day, J~y 9, I~!.-TSA @ By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. It MR. AND MRS. A. L. MCCRACKIN O O A1 McCrackin, 430 rose flower arrangement, white cake, honored on their 63rd mints and punch and was enjoyed by in the Educationalthe guests. Bro. Tim Edward took Methodist given bypictures for the couple to give to their and members of children. Mr. "Mack" retired from program. Jo's scripture from Lone Star Gas Company in 1960. The McCrackins have lived in Trinidad there is love, since 1936 and have a daughter, Mable on earth for men McGee, Tyler; son, Buddy McCrackin, were married July Midland; deceased daughter, Connie Ariz. Speed; 8 grandchildren; 4 great- table held a lovely grandchildren. Standfield of Myrtle Cucle, Jewel Uhrich, Melissa on Saturday Edwards, Gladys Yates, Sandl Eisom, in Arkansas withVerna Elsom, Ellen Sharp, Dorothy r andvisitingwith Harrison, Edith Young, Buela May Trotman, Cleora Fleming and hostess, Cemetery Association Gertrude Stanfield. Closing prayer was of Mr. and Mrs. by Edith Young. Refreshments of cake, on Tuesday evening dips, chips, lemonade and coffee were Byron Jackson enjoyed by all. session. Eight We had a light rain on Friday night present, to and during the day on Saturday which can be was needed. raember. Treasurer is Don't forget the 30-week course in lb. The Trinidad deaf sign language, beginning July 6, thanks to 7:30 p.m., Trinidad Methodist Church. Melissa Edwards will teach. Roy Lee McGee of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Estes visited McGee of Dallas recently with their children, Jimmy, in the home of Thelma Lou, Monica and Kristy, in McCrackin anlt Mrs.Granbury. The Estes' son, Jimmy Estes, has been transferred to the Sharp drove to Rockdale IGC Plant and is living there. evening to attend aThe family will be joining him. by theyouth Hollis, Mary, Lauri Hines and Church where boyfriend, Mike, of Shreveport, La., wife, Ruth, are spent the weekend with parents, Pearl The young and Hollis Hines, Chilton and Willie and served the mealDerden. "Acts." Their Bro. Tim and Melissa Edwards' part of Peter and parents, Margaret and Phil Edwards, in the musical of League City, spent the holiday weekend visiting and heard their son Huchinson of Houston preach. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elsom, Brad, Gary A special Don and Sandl were in Floydada for the celebration of Verna's father's, Mr. Evans of Shreveport, Bradshaw's, 80th birthday over the the 4th of July for a weekend holidays. aunt, Mrs. Alice Edith McCllntock attended the Johnston family reunion on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson were in e tufiv Fort Worth for the funeral of Mr. ~j Wilkinson's mother, Mrs. Missouri Wilkinson, on Tuesday. Grandsons met at 9:30 a.m. were pallbearers. Tommy Stanfield. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berry of Denton announcement werewere by on Thursday for a visit with Jr. followed by their children, Glenda, Paul and ). The lesson Jenifer Thomas. given from 2 Mr. and Mrs. David Bankston and by Mrs. Bama Candl and Brandl Bankston of Winfield Mary Ellen spent the holidays with parents. Alice Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Williams and Ozie Land, Paul of Beckville spent the weekend in Trindad. Members of Trinidad United Methodist Church went out to Cedar Creek United Methodist on Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. for a covered-dish dinner and a surprise pounding for our new minister, Bro. Tim and Melissa Edwards. John McDade, beard chairman, gave the welcome and Bro. Tim gave the invocation. A great time was had by the large crowd in attendance. Ray, Janie and Daniel Stanfleld of Granbury are here for a few days' vacation. Mrs. Edith McCllntock, John, Judy and Jan McCUntock enjoyed an outing on Thursday to Livingston Indian Reservation. Mr. and Mrs. DOn Bevel and daughter of Carthage visited with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Berry over the weekend. Edith McClintock attended the Johnson family reunion July 4. Loni Williams of Round Rock at- tended Sunday morning church ser- vices with Mrs. Jim Williams. Kay Carter and daughter, Jennifer, of Henderson spent the July 4 holidays with parents, Alice and Jim Gaston. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hocutt and family of Henderson visited with Eugene and Daisy Berry over the holidays. Kathy, Lee and Britt Nolan of Dallas visited with parents, Christine and Russell Nolan, over the holidays. The Mankin Assembly of Oed Church had five additions to their church, the Jimmy Haley family. Last Sunday, June 28, the church had dinner on the ground followed by baptizing services out at Key Ranch Lake. Those baptized were: Danna and Dan Ferrell and daughter, Leah, into the church. The Ferrells are missed when Dan is working out of town. Bro. Jimmy Munns will be at Cedar Creek Nursing Home for Bible study on Wednesday afternoon. The ladles of Calvary Baptist at- tended the district ladles meeting on Monday night at Crescent Heights Baptist Church. Harrier and Wayne Gillispie and family and Dana Sharp and family of Irving visited with parents. Christine Armstrong returned home from Navarro County Memorial Hospital after tests. Mrs. Verna Bergstrom visited recently in Tennessee with relatives. Iaunesa Sillick returned to Houston on Monday for her reports that she will receive on July 9. Larry French of Houston visited with his parents, Helen and Frenchie. Visiting with Helen Alrheart and Cindy Bradley were Ann Doubleday of Dallas and daughter, Lisa, and husband of Houston. Guests in the home of Bro. Bill Watson and attending a family reunion in Hamilton on June 28 were Jerry and Sharon Lack, Stevie, Mark and Monica of Vidor and Dink and Ludene Durham, Jeremy and Allsha of Brownsboro and Billy Earl Watson of Garland. Guests in the home of Margaret French over the weekend were Williard, Sandy and Keaton Clark of Beaumont; Mary Nell Gray of Glen Rose; and Barry and Betty Hayes of Huntsville. Mrs. Nena Wright is in Athens Memorial Hospital. Mrs. H.J. Lohrnan has returned home from a vacation trip with her daughter after visiting relatives in Missouri. Bro. Dan Boler and family of First Baptist Church will be taking their vacation. Bro. Tom Roebuck will be filling the pulpit while they are away. Jim Carter will be starting a new class on Basic Bible Study. Everyone is welcome to attend. Deacon of the week at First Baptist goes to our neighbor, Freeman Miller. The nursing home birthday party will be July 16. The Church of Christ members held their fellowship covered-dish dinner July 5 at the community center. Many visitors were here for the 4th of July visiting their parents and friends. Among these were Alice and Lee Smith's children and grandchildren of Irving. ::, ~ ,:~ :: ........ 5;i:,i~ ' GETTING READY- Workers in Trinidad weekend. The Jamboree will be held August highway is Police Chief Charles Naff, Chad Ann Rounsa.vall) hoisted the banner announcing the upcoming Trinity River Jamboree last 15. At the top of the pole is Trinidad resident Arthur Arnold. Standing next to the Rounsavall, Dale Bankston. Jeff Dunacusky and Jerry Taylor. (Staff Photo by L.T. and Genice Blythe's grandson of got out of the car, started in his home Arkansas visited with them. Patsy and fell and broke his leg. He was taken Fitzerd, Stacie, Troy and Shelia of to Athens and then taken to Temple to Seagoville visited recently, hospital. Mrs. Coy Houghton's sister is here for I'm sorry if I missed any of you a visit from Arkansas. parents' company as it was hard to see Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linker and everyone at the football field fireworks daughters moved to Quitman on Friday display. where Mr. Linker will be coaching Lizz, Sam and Joe Hartman of Austin basketball, visited last weekend with parents. Richard Martin visited with his uncle Visiting with the Marshall Marlows in Wills Point. The Martins, McElroys were Sarah Ingh, Mary, George and and Lohmans went to Wills Point for a Malcomb of Burlington, Iowa. fish fry Tuesday evening. Bro. Tim Edwards, our new minister A meeting of the Trinity River of United Methodist, gave a good Jamboree committee was held last sermon and held a most inspirational Monday night at the Trinidad Corn- communion service on Sunday morning munity Center. Final preparations are service. A large crowd was in at- being made. A new dunking booth has tendance. been built and was used on Saturday Mrs. Wanda Swafford and family of night at the 4th of July Fireworks at Mt. Pleasant visited on the weekend Trojan Field. with Linda and Leo Stanton. Congratulations to Malakoff News Janie Carter returned home after who took second in Sports and fourth in being with granddaughter, Danna General Excellence. Ann Rounsavall is Pitts, who has been quite ill. working for a first place and we know The ladles are enjoying their dance she will get it. and exercise classes each week in the Mrs. Bill Tart and David of Alvin Trinidad school library. They all have visited with parents, to work hard. Clete Dickey returned home lastThe Trinidad chamber sponsored Tuesday after two weeks in hospital, their first 4th of July Fireworks display at Trojan Field with more than a thousand in attendance. People filled the bleachers and some people brought their own lawn chairs and sat in the middle of the football field for a better view of the new dunking booth that was opened before the fireworks display at 9:00 p.m. All the young children and the oldest people in Trinidad attended this grand celebration of our 205 years of freedom. Merlin Jordon was the emcee with Jim Carter giving a reading. Butch MizzeU entertained with his country and western songs. Members from Trinidad Post VFW 4133 held the flag-raising ceremony. John D. Cartlidge was in charge of the fireworks display which was truly beautiful in the cool air. Sure makes you proud you are an" American." IImll I I I -S URITY deters Vandalism. :S CURITY deters Theft. -S :URITY deters Sabotage. CURITY helps keep you On -S URITY is Tax Doduotiblo i URITY can benefit Your ~/z~W~.A~~" ......... ~ (f{ ~ ;7 ~-.~ Lic. #C-2771 Schedule. and Far Less Costll. Insurance Polio),. 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