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/"tn/ Rosemary Arnold in Kilgore on Lauri is head majorette and is a freshman. of Grand Prairie was Trinidad Church of Aug. 7. Church of enjoyed their monthly after preaching t the community center. returned home from will be going to Dallas for was home over the hospital. Chiles have returned a vacation trip to Fort Broken Arrow, Okla., and for a visit by Wichita before returning and McElroys were in on Sunday afternoon for for church. New pastor is Watson. party for Susan was held in their home with y cake. were Bro. Ronnie, Daniels, Shirley and atson, the Martins, Loh- Craig Firemen's Ball will be held Fire Station on Friday, 9:30 p.m. till ?. Admission prizes will be given to be $30 m gas or food from and Station, Hwy. at Trinity River owner, Gave Ferraro; a from Donna's Beauty cut, dry from Vicki's Houston. and Jeffrey Martin parents. Ardion had to return home pat Lakeview (Palestine) on of high fever and of Pine Prairie, La., past month with aunt and and Barbra Ardion, and s and McElroys y night to hear the Boys to donate a large used by the Trinidad for two or three may do so by seeing Lynn, 7 lb. 14 ounces. Mary Bryant returned home Thur- sday from Regional Hospital in Cor- sicana. Guests visiting with Mrs. na Dulaney were Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Gains of Wolfe City; Linda Carden of Greenville; Rita Macon of Wolfe City; George and Norene Donahue of Austin; Bud and Shirley Dulaney and their children. Visiting Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.L. McCrackin were daughter, Mable, and Roy Lee McGee. Mable attended Sunday morning church services with her mother. Bro. and Mrs. Don Wike and family were near San Angelo on Sunday, Aug. 7, to try out for pastor of Church of Christ. Jolea and Bill Miller returned home on Saturday aRer a vacation trip to Evant. Betty Jo Phillips of Eustace visited with her grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Lohnmn. Leslie and Edwin Staffer of Taylor visited with their parents, Bill and Pat Harem. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Miller and Peggy Airheart visited in Burnett with Mrs. Effie Dorbant. Janice and Earl Wilkinson have returnd home from a vacation trip to Muskogee, Okla., Joplin, Mo., Kansas and Fort Worth. Tina Carroll of Dallas visited with her father, Harold Stanfield, on the weekend. Here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. B.D. Cornelius is their daughter, Carolyn Davis, and sons, Curtis and Robert Davis, of Germany and Debbie Cor- nelius of Casa Grande, Ariz. Bro. Dan Baler, Kathi and daughters were back in Sunday services at First Baptist aRer a vacation to Washington. Bro. Danny's sermon was "The Supremacy of Christ" Colossians 1:12- 23. Deacon of Week is Harold Calvin. The First Baptist Church had a new white awning walkway put up this past week on the northwest side. They also have new sidewalks on west side. Cleora, Nubbin, Fiffany and Clark Fleming stopped by Fairfield on Thur- sday morning for a visit with Randall Stroud who has just retired. Football season and practice is here for our coaches and boys. Sandi Bankston and Cleora Fleming are getting the homecoming invitations ready for the honored classes of 1933. 1943-1953-1963-1973 for homecoming Friday, Sept. 16-17, Trinity River Jamboree and United Methodist homecoming on Sunday, Sept. 18. Everyone is invited to attend. Attending the lovely wedding of Dawn Anne Lundy and James Riley Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Chapel in the Hills in Wimberly, were Mr. and Mrs. Mondo Renteria, Ryan and Melissa, Johnnie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barksdale and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Riley Sr. and family, Evelyn Matthews, Bobby and Ann Rounsavall, Chad and Amy, Todd Monroe, Peggy and Bruce Wall and Alexandra, Dr. Randy and Kathy Stockstill and sons, Jan and Adam and Gary Arnold, to name a few. Mona Craig of Tyler visited with grandparents on Sunday. Coach O.B. Casey has excepted a coaching job in Milano, Texas. Our new high school principal is Kent Cockran, single and last job was Carthage. He will begin work on Tuesday. Amber, Arran and Heather Thorn- burg of Mount Pleasant visited with their grandparents, Winston and Martha Thornburg while their parents were in Oklahoma at the national car races which Hugh was driving in. It was Communion Sunday at United Methodist Church with Bro. Tim Ed- wards sermon on "True Value," special music, "He," by Cindy Graves. Assisting Bro. Tim with the communion was Margaret French. Trinity River Queen Contest is Tuesday, Sept. 13, 7 p.m., $10 fee. All entries no later than Aug. 26. We took our grandchildren on Thursday to meet their mother, Linda Fleming, in Huntsville, instead of making the trip to Houston. Little Clark, 2~ years old, was ready to go home and see his daddy. Neff Sharp, Lisa Sharp, Todd and Mellissa Gillespie are visiting their grandparents, Ellen and Dick Sharp, this week. had back surgery at in Houston ome soon. had surgery on at M.D. Anderson and is and will be coming home Tommy Lundy and were here on Tuesday a rent house as they will be after teaching there have accepted teaching and were unable to find they will be living in the I they find a home Sandi, Bob Elsom, of Lovelady were here to of CUnt and Sheri Verna and Sandi visit with new mother, by daughter, Jennifer Homecoming in Trinidad, 1983, promises to be one of the largest events ever held. In conjunction with the Trinity River Jamboree for the first time, there will be three full days of activities for visitors and local residents alike. Beginning Friday, Sept. 16, activities will be underway at 7 p.m. at Trojan Field with the crowning of Mi~ Trojan. Gametime will be 8 p.m. Following the game a reception will be held at the Community Center and guests are asked to bring old pictures and scrapbooks. Beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday Jam- boree activities will kick off with the Trinity-Trot. a 6.2 mile footrace through the streets of town. At 10:30 a.m. a canoe race will be underway on the Trinity, River. At 2 p.m. the annual parade will wind through downtown and at 3 p.m. another reception will be held at the Community Center. Special guests expected to attend are Cordia George and Elizabeth Berry. From 4 to 7 p.m. a dinner will be ser- ved at the Community Center for $3 a plate. At 7 p.m. a Blue Grass Band will begin a performance at the covered bandstand at city park near the football field. Sunday at 10:45 a.m. a special Homecoming service is planned at Trinidad United Methodist Church with Rev. Wayne Williams, a 1948 graduate of T.H.S., preaching. 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