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September 22, 1983

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liA--'rbe Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. llIll I II IIII I I lillE II I Ill a ii i Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. IAla and Buck Caraway of Stawn and of Austin spent the Dr. and Mrs. Jack Woolf of Arlington Trin/dad School enjoyed the homecoming, spent many hours Roy and Mable McGee of Tyler and sending out letters to 269 former Mr. and Mrs. James Tedford of students an , publishing a book on Houston spent the weekend, wlmttver ned to and this is what Deloris Wade Yates of Conree and theysald. These were on sale at each Emma Wade Rick of Shepherd were at the class retmlon, Sept. 16-17. A great here for the weekend. Job was done by Bobble. tivities. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crews of Dallas and Hildred Crews Barhar of Dun- canvllle were here Saturday for 40th year homecoming clans. Jean Tolhert Hanna of Tyler was over Saturday. Nikk/ Bankston had a bad bicycle accident Saturday while she was riding Jan Jones of Fort Stockton was here Jettie Webb of Dallas and Lena in the 9:15 a.m. bicycle race. She was for the weekend activities and was a Goodenough of Dallas visited here on taken to Navarro Regional Hospital. Sunday. ane tunin the home of Bill and Pat Mary Dauphine and Raymond Chester and Betty Bradley of Johnson were here for activities and Bill and Dorothy Bradley of Tyler Houston, Chester and Margaret visited with theirmother. visited over the weekend and attended Bradley of Conroe and Troy Bradley of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Denton Jr. of all homecomiagacUvities. Houston were here over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams of for homecoming and Trinity River Vidor and daughter, Kay, of Beaumont Jamboree. visited with mother and attended Dr. and Mrs. Witt Blair of Denton, United Methodist homecoming, former Trinidad superintendent of 1935- On Saturday afternoon 3-5 p.m. at the 37, attended homecoming activities Trinity River Jamboree, many people, over the weekend. including myself, got the thrill of a Doris Garrett of Longview visited lifetime as they took a helicopter ride with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude over the city of Trinidad. Thompson. Nacogdoches visited over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Denton of B/g Spring and sister, Geneva, vis/ted over the weekend. Mrs. Robert Resell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Dallas and other family members were here for homecoming. Mary Lou Posey and husband of Longview and mother, Vlvian Boggas of Lengview, visited Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Whitener of Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Bradley and Jimmy and Thelma Estes and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bradley Jr. da ter, Chris, visited with parents, Houstonvtsited over the weekend. q ousored these flights with Chester Jr. Pete; mid Merle Estes, over theMr. and Mrs. Sonny Bradley and as pilot of the tours. Proceeds were weekend, children, Scott and Mitz, of Pasadena given to the Trinidad United Methodist M ke andSandy Parker of Corpus visited with parents over the weekend. Building Fund for the new church. Chrtgi surp their parents, Steve Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Wright of $1,000 was given, for which everyone is and Beth Parker, with a weekend visit. Rusk visited with mother, Mrs. Alice truly grateful, in'h home of Dora and J.C. Wright. , . I The fall meeting of the Ladies Bible Peebl Bobby and Jaclde The Jones family reunion was held at LEARNING SELF CARE--Members of the Trinidad Boy Scout Troop spent most of the day Saturday demonstr oltes. Fie | O Ill Study began Sept, 13, 9:30 a.m.//I the LaPrade, ~iqy and Shelley of Mount the Trln/dad Community Center with a abilities to care for themselves. Scouts and their leader, Bill Harem (left), prepared various dishes over ~ _,. by ~ | home of ~eera ' 'leming, with welcome Pleassn i'e . and Hope Parks, Wichita large crowd in attendance, tured, left to right, are Scouts Wesley Boyd, Jason Rollson, Michael Alrheart and Chad RounsavaIl. (Staff pn~ " ] and announcements followed by prayer Falls; les, Reta and Matt Ahee, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Perryman of Rouosavall) ~ | by Mrs. Gladys Yates. Barns Miller Dalias ' i mdd and Julie Vineyard, Tennessee visited with mother, d| game lesson from Amos 4-8. The lesson Mesquit@t ala Wideman, Bobby and Margaret Jones, and attended the wlll befromObadlahnext week. Eleven Tracy Farris, John and Mike Young, Trinidad homecoming. Betty Thompson of Terrell and Mary Poindexter Light visited with Parker. driving an Excsli Phyllis Johnston of Irving visited Rena McDade over the weekend, as transportation for AmY members were present. Closing prayer Grady4md Edna Harkins, Athens. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stanfleld and boys Saturday. Congratulations goes to Pennyhomecoming princess ] by Margie Dobney. Refreshments of Clark of Fort Worth visited of Granbury visited with parents. Mr. and Mrs. Corky King of Johnson who was crowned Miss Trojan then for Tara Thorpe-f't e su" | cake, tea, coffee, with fa and attended homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith visited with Springtown and Mr. and Mrs. Robert at pregame ceremonies by votes of River Jamboree. durl [ Special homecoming services were Mr, and Mrt, Everett Smith and Mr. Ruth Hunter. held Sunday, Sept. 18, II a.m. at the and Mrs, Watson of Cayuga Bobby and Ann Cargill and children, Montgomery attended the football players. The princesses were Saturday. | homecoming, driven in beautiful cars around the ~ ~ ~r~ _.-,~ | United Methodist Church with Rev. en)py ' }iing trip to Limestone. Marcus and Bobbi Ann, visited with Joan Smith of Sherman visited with football field, t emetery ru-u l Wayne Williams as guest minister, ltarOlO Willis of Denton parent . Special music was by Dr. Dorothy Lynn attended t homecoming activities. I-Ifldxed and A.C. Carflidge of Lan- her mother, Mrs. Jewel Uhrtch, and The band members were very good in -- [ LucilleArnett. their new band uniforms. Mrs. Cleda recmves ~[OH~l[tlu~'~id~d ] Brooks and husband, Dr. Len Madge Yarbrough and children, caster visited with relatives over the Rev. and Mrs. Pete Pulley of TerreU Freeman made a new banner that was Members of the board of | Diana. Special music by the choir was M rtinios, Pat Rush, andwee end. directed byMarthaYates. Ri Yarbrough of Tennessee at- S'mm .i'e and Cindy Stanfield of were hereThursdaythroughSaturday used for the first tL, ne at Cemetery Association ve- . ti06 | .for homecoming homecoming game. t arryingme . ' n fo .... __. . their ap reclatso ~ ,~ ,, A covered dish lunch followed with ten~..~;~ming activities and Hottston visited with relatives in Mr and Mrs Lee Neigh and Mr. and banner were Leshe McCur dv. received l~)stweek ~i~of t~ ~ lots of visiting and fellowship until 2:30 visited Grace and Elmo Yar- Trinidad and Malakoff. Cindy is in . . . ...... Mrs. Larry Nolan vtsited with parents Vassandra Dawson and Tam ..Lo. wrze.. Upkeep and mainte i -,efy } i p.m, Building Fund given on Saturday brough. Lakeland Medical Center in Athens at on Frida and Saturday Winner of the Ladies Auxiziary nail m, t ev for hSW[ ! ..... and Sunday was ,293, making the Visiting with Pat and Bill Harem writing time. Y . c ........ ., -- Gary Flemin of R chardson vissted tree coat rack was Cleora Flemmg. dnnntinn~ .... t experts _. | total Building Fund k55,404.07. Builders were their children, Billy, Cathy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Airheart and _ g ..................... will begin in September and complete granddaughter, Jennifer Harem of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller visited ith withparents ........... on Saturday and ran m 6.2 A special thanks to everyone who h nd reveS =.ne# | trot, winning a trophy m the 30-39 year made thxs Trmxdad past weekend a btg ....... iven to | the new building in six months' time. Devera and Leslie and Ervin Stauffer the Freeman Millers, . . ,.,,,,,,,,,,,o ,,,o: | Odessa Ward and Dora Ward of of Taylor Albert and Doris Miller of Cleburne age group, event m history. More people returned Stanfield, Jo Rose, Byron jac - Mexla visited on Saturday with Mrs. Rev. and Wayne Williams andvisited with Bill and Jolea Miller Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berry and Jason than ever before. Plans are in the Alpine Holcomb. [ DaisyStanfleld. family of Marbm alis visited Saturday Wretha and Eddie Bat'foot of Kerr- of Denton were here on Saturday. making for next year. A special thanks i i" ' J ' James Qulnn of Georgetown visited, and Sunday with mother. Wayne was vllle visited with Tommy and Gertrude -- to all workers and all ladies who made lr n | Trinidad Booster Club met Tuesday .guest p ori,:at the Stanfleld. " who just enjoyed it.cakes' donated food, etc. and to those choo| atTp.m, to make final preparatious for lz_omecomm. , day- . _ . Alton and Virginia Stanfleld of lJ"|J ri i were her r the Trinidad homecoming. Minutes and T at ato n Missou C ty e fo I know I could not list everyone that treasurer's report were given by Ann was here tot, uie .weeaena aria was o us.y homecoming. ....... was here over the week, but I'm sure September 2S-8ep fri I i Holcomb. LeUa Edwards conducted the filming all the acuvities --parane, egn Billy Qulnn of Navasota and Carie PRE ToN"F m j we had around 2,000 visitors. Monday . Tamales, . ] meeting. Members of the Booster Club reunion -- on Friday .ni t, Saturday Qulnn Jr. of Warner Robins, Ga., were ,Funeral services for' mu 'el''preston Mrs. Pearl Yates had eye surgery cookie, milk or drink., beef ste" | met Wednesday at 5 p.m. to make the an.d Sunday, We all enjo.yea seeing me here ....... over the weekend.. ..... a ,a Ferguson, ........... oz toute z, am ozz, last week at Nava 'ro Regional biscuit,TuesdaYsteamed" Vegetablerice, mtlk, 'buiter# -- !|' pustel-colored float for homecoming t .IL,.nonvideoSaturd.a. .... ttev.Jacgt opransu,,.,,vw,,,ooa ,, Hospital. Her son, Lawrence Yates, of Wednesday - Hot ..,| princess. Members also saw theLarry ana jemmer tanne a aria Aline Honklns Gumbrell of Mineral -".". EI Paso was here. peas, french fries, milk, wells VlSlteO at homecoming ...... zr,,.o.,o The ="-'-- Trlnidad-Dawson game. The FFA da ,?:Em of Bea _mmmL ......r" .... at me rascna uneral ,ome m under the of Jay Edwards ~,wlth .l~mts, ~ m~d Ot~..~ M~. and Mrs. Dick Shar~ had ~ ~'~. .,~-. ~:~,-~,,~.~/~, Trinidad ex-student Larry Parker Thursday. Corny dogS, ~ '& | .... ~ ....... ,,~"~ ......was,kept busy over the Homecoming pinto beans, milk, drink fre~l| f~ | made a barbecue barrel for hem, Stanfiela, over the weegena, their children here for the I onowo, Friday - Hamburge [ m,... u...~. .... u..~....~ n..~ ' ~'-'~ ...... ," " ............ weekend providing transportation for burgers to be used at all football games. Lindy Benton of Denton and Vivlan " Cemete,-,, Trinidad High School volleyball Blac.l of Tyler spent Sa.turday and visited with mother, Mrs. Gladys tar di.d princesses andqueeus, mustard, ketchup, milk, ' l varsity team played Alba-Golden last unaay with Mrs. Vlvtan umca. Yates, and Hartseli Yates. t eln,t M,4 co tho,,, "'e-o-- n- f " " P rk ....................... I I Tuesday at 6 p.m. in a home game. Mr..and Bruce .WaU ,, meu aeries o t oar a " .......... -- ....... He was retired from Texas Power & Trinidad won both games. 15-12. 15-6. Ale.xanara o! ttrano.ury vmlma w-tin vmtma ~rtaay aria zia~uraay w'zm ~lm, Li.,ht Cattle r~nor*...on* .,f Uo~ot.... Guests in the home of Donna andmatter, latrine Martin. SI~pyt~oAlSo Frances Taaffe Rittman of ~'t~ivors "~nc~ucle'his" wffe.'Pa"~ine Morale Renteria were Lauretta and Mrs. ROy Frazier of Et~stace was Ferguson of Malaknff; two daughters, Norman Lawler, Ranger; Vivian Davis busy helping with the weekend events Doris Marie COx Sherman of Waco Davenport, Fort Worth; and Billy Jack in Trlpid td. and Jane Luttreli of Midland stopped by Davis of Bedford. Dali and Betty Melear visited with Sunday evening 6 p.m. for a short visit Elmer Jones of Cameron was here the Flendngs and Mrs. Ruby Taaffe, before returning home. They did a good over the weekend, and, the Trinity River ac- Job on the 40th reunion. 555 Gun Barrel City Hwy. 85& 90 * B~SSETI" * DOUGLAS .... * VISA * FREE * BROYHILL * * MASTERCARD LAYAWAY * KROELLER * Living Room Sofa, Loveseat, Chair Eorly American Sofa, Laveseat, Chair "High Beck" size .Mattress Set Points ', Mirror, Chest, Night Stand, Headboard $1 Dining Room To Mobonk Hwy. 90 Ea~x : Furniture W oue To Hwy. 85 DALLY 9-9 Ma resses Starting at size II size Mattress Set 3-Room Group Living room, Bedroom and Dining Room - will separate per set per set per set per set Sammye Huggins of Nacogdoches and Barbara Quinn of Athens; seven gran- dchildren and one great-grandchild; one brother, James E. Fergnson of Kerens; three nephews and one niece. Pallbearers were Jerry Stone, Ervin Matthews, Phillip Spivey, Billie Wayne Ferguson, Bennie Ray Ferguson, Byron O. Vernon and Jackie Ewing. DAN DODSON Dan Dodson, 59, passed away at his home in Aftonia after suffering a heart attack Friday afternoon. Funeral services were held Stmday in Callaway Funeral Home and burial was at 2 p.m. in Aftonia. Survivors include his wife, Kathy; four sons, Dale, Don, Danny and Bob- by; his mother, Mrs. Pearl Dodson of Malakoff; three brothers, Tom Dodson of Loganspert, La.; Charles Ray Dad- son of Brackettville and Gordon Dodson of Malakoff; four sisters, Gene Crawford of Houston; Sally Sanderford of Corsicans; Mildred Yancy of Fort Worth and Sarah Robertson of Grand Prairie. "I'm not deal! I just can't understand some words." If this is your problem ... Dahlberg Miracle-Ear II may be your answer. NO CORDS*NO TUBES~IO WIRES Of course not everyone con be helped: t~a heari~ aid but Miracle-Ear II mayi your answer. This oil-in-one unit fits comforgably i~ your ear, No cords, no tubes, no wires .simply slip it in your eor. You may hear o~ain more clearly better uncktrstoncl what people say, Find, out far yourself if Miracle-Ear II con provide its benefits far you. O/~ HEAR THE DIFFIERENCE - Daily Hrs. 8:30 o.m. - 4.'00 p.m. HEARING AID Eustace Shopping Ctr. Hwy. 175 Tx 75124 425-4086 UP AND UP AND UP--Trlnldad cheerleaders h~d the heat o night as they led yells for the annual Homecoml~g bonfire center, Is Shannon Smith, Shannon Holt and Tanya Estes. .) obuckle and right is Kristl Jones. (Staff photo by Ann RounsavaU