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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 8, 198g--~A 4 6y Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. I! Trojan High School 1983-84 have been president, Kim Jenkins, president, Barbara The band has 52 sure sounded good and new blue and gold Friday night's home were the first new band 1963. Band director, has been doing a good since 1960. Front line in Lauri Bradley; RounsavaLl, Tara ' Arnold. revival Sept 11- with Mark Jobe class members and having a spaghetti Sept. 17, 11 a.m.-1 are Judi Lanford and 1 Ruth Holcomb of Luling, on Friday for a visit Coach Tom Holcomb, grandsons, Guy and seemg the senior class chose from first and crown- Trinidad Chamber. Cnairmen are Georgia Davis, Nelda Arnold and Donna Renteria. Admission to contest winbe$1. Ann and Bobby Cargill and children, Bobbi and Marcus, of Kilgore visited Labor Day weekend with parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Grayson. and MeUssa, met Lauretta and Norman Lawler for a weekend camping trip on the Brazos. Janie and Jim Carter and Wanda and John Bell spent the weekend with their children, Vicki and Jinurde Carter, in Rockdale. Gerry Sullivan of CarroRon visited Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and with parents, Alex and Hazel Johnston. Mrs Chilton Derden and Mr. and Mrs. Alex has been ill. Hollis Hines were Nancy Cosso of Willie and Evelyn Lewis and Alma Lafayette, Calif., Buster Hines of DeRosia visited Thursday night with Pleasant Hill, Calif., Steve Hines of their aunt, Mrs. Alice Wright. Hammond, La, Mark and Patty Hines of Irving, Mike and Susy Kellogg and daughter, Heather, Mona and Bobby Craig, Michael and Ashley of Tyler. Travis and Sheryl Taylor visited with parents, Tommy and Peggy Taylor. Jr. High Trojan team will be playing their first game of the season on Thursday, Sept. 8, 6 p.m. Trojan field, against Maypearl. The boys have nine games on schedule. Spirit Days have begun with cheerleaders' head, Louise Horn- buckle, Kristi Jones, Shannon Smith, Tanya Estes and Shannon Holt in charge of it. Sept. 1 -- Western Day Sept 9 -- 50's Day Sept. 16 -- Homecoming Blue and Gold Day Trinidad school board members and faculty members put in new lights at Trojan Field last Wednesday evening before the Frost game. Trojan football team and band members and all of the high school enjoyed a party on Friday night after the football game at First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall with Bro. Danny Boler. The church ladies prepared sandwiches, chips, cookies, cupcakes and punch. Ladies from the booster club were sponsors of the group. Coordinator was Sandl Bankston. Sponsors were Lola Edwards and Marsha Coleman A large crowd attended. Would like to encourage more students to attend. Calvary Baptist Church will be en- tertaining the group on Sept. 16, after i I and Arvie Hicks of Sept. 23 -- Hat Day their homecoming game with Dawson. visited with their Sept. 29--PunkDay On Tuesday, Aug. 30, Coach Dee The Booster Club met at 7 p.m. ay. Oct. 7-- Bandana Day Germany's high school volleyball girls Tuesday night with Lela Edwards of Everett and Oct. 14 -- Tie Day began their Jr. Varsity games, 5 p.m., conducting the business session. There were niece, ShirleyOct. 21 -- Backward Day against Blooming Grove. The girls won were 13 present. The membership drive kters, Cynthia and Oct. 27-- Masquerade Day their first game by a score of 15-12, lost is still on. Susie Stanfield collected thage. . Nov. 4 -- Blue and Gold Day second and third games, 12-15 and 10-15. membership dues at the first ballgame. ~amberlain ana Cheerleader sponsor is Cleda Team members: Paula Clark, Kelly Barbara Tompson and Cleora Fleming of Garland visited Freeman. Watson, Tanya Estes, Sophia Dawson, will be at the membership table at the 6 m.d Hollis Hines, on Martha Lou and Troy Whitner of Dana Garcla, Tam Lawrie, Shannon p.m. Jr. High game Thursday night if Houston visited Friday afternoon with Smith, Glenda Randolph and Melinda you wish to Join. You are given a Trojan sang "The Star Mag Ridgway. Clairborne. cushion when you join. A film of the at Friday night's Visiting with Dora and J.C. Peebles Varsity team members won both scrimmage game of Scurry and the announcing were grandchildren, Julie and David their games against Blooming Grove by Trinidad was shown by Coach Vinyard and Matt Abee of Mesquite. Cleda and Bill Freeman spent the Labor Day holiday in Tennessee visiting with their children, Chariie and Phyllis Freeman. Donna and Mondo Renterla, Ryan the yells for the Trinidad Trojans this (front row l-to-r) Louise Hornbuckle, Shannon Smith, Shannon Holt and (top) Tanya Estes. (Staff photo by Ann River Jamboree queen's on Monday, Sept. school auditorium. out-of-town judges. queen's contest is C ,uther Serve God than have tp and not Special Music Your Families are Invited to Attend scores of 15-8 and 15-8. Team members are: Penny Johnston, Krlsti Jones, Lauri Bradley, Tara Thorpe, Louise Hornbuckie, Renae Polk and Tami Riley. Roger B. Craiker, Preston Road, Dallas, Church of Christ Youth Minister of Cliffwood in Dallas was guest speaker at Trinidad Church of Christ Sunday, Sept. 4 Bro. Don and Susan Wlke and children, Tammy, Robert and Edward have been called to a Church of Christ in West Texas and moved last Tuesday morning. The Ladies Bible Study will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 9:30 a.m. with Bama Miller as study leader. The fall meetings will begin in the home of TRINIDAD LITTLE LEAGUERS held their annual post-season swim party and hamburger cook-out recently. Team mem- bers, winners of the Cedar Creek League, were presented trophies for their winning season. (Staff photo by Ann RounsavaU) Holcomb. Cleora and Nubbin Fleming attended the coffee and cake awards program of the Henderson County Cancer Society on Monday night at 7 o'clock. Cleora received an outstanding service award. Trinidad crusade workers and chair- men collected $1,716.45 for the American Cancer Society. The Trinidad Homecoming activities begin Thursday, Sept. 15 at 7:30 p.m. with a bonfire and pep rally at Trojan Field. Friday, Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.m. will be the crowning of Miss Trojan prior to the kickoff of the Trinidad-Dawson game which begins at 8 p.m. At haif- time, an introduction will be made of the honored classes -- 1933, 1943, 1953, 1963, and 1973. Cleora Fleming. Rosemary Arnold and Cleora Pearl Hines returned home on Fleming helped Barbara Gunnels as a Trinidad School Menu Thursday aRer eye surgery on Wed- Judge at the Malakoff Homecoming Pet nesday at Mother Frances Hospital in Show. Tyler. She is doing fine. The United Methodist members left their special offering at the communion rail to help with the cost of the HC,IC Campus Ministries and the buildingof the new Ark. James and Pat Ball of Wildwood Acres have sold their lake home and moved to Piano. The FFA Sweetheart is Shannon Smith. Mrs. Minnie McDonald of Dallas, mother of Mrs. Darrell Barksdale, has moved to the housing unit on First Street. Service News___ Army Capt. Charles A. Debney, son o! K.B. and Esteile Debney of Beaumont, is a member of the 1st Corps Support Command, Fort Bragg, N.C., par- ticipating in the multinational peacekeeping force and observers (MFO) in the Sinai .... The unit will provide support to the primary U.S. military contingent that is operating checkpoints, observation posts, and reconnaissance patrols along the Sinai peninsula. The MFO, an independent agency responsible to the governments of Israel and Egypt, was established as a result of the 1979 Egypt-Israel peace treaty. He is a 1974 graduate of Baylor University. His wife, Margie, is the daughter of Jim and Janie Ca,rter of Trinidad. The Trinity River Jamboree is set for Sept. 17. Visiting with Dick and Ellen Sharp were Harriett and Wayne Gillispie, Todd and Melissa of Denton, lind Michelle Williams and Brenda Passmore. Congratulations to our football team and coaches for a win, 29-6, at the Frost hallgame. The boys played hard. Paying more? Recent surveys show that Americans think they're paying more but getting less when shopping for clothes. These opinions aren't supported with facts and figures, however, says Nancy Brown, a clothing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. The actual dollars may have gone up, but since 1960 the percentage of our in- WINNER'S TROPHY--Trinidad VFW Post 4133 Commander Fletcher Weeds slid Vice Commander Murlln Jordan were presented the Trinidad Little League Championship trophy last week. The team, winners of the Cedar Creek Lake Association Championship, Is sponsored by the Post. Making the presentation is Coach Roy Stanfieid. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) September 12 - September 16 Monday - Tamales, french fried potatoes, ketchup, chilled canned fruit, milk or drink. Wednesday - Hamburger with bmm, french fries, ketchup, mustard, pickles, drink. Thursday - Corny dogs, french friu, milk or drink, mustard, ketchup. Friday - Hamburgers, french fries, pinto beaus, mustard, ketchup, pickles, drink. Tuesday. 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