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Page 4A- The News - Friday, September 30, 2016 ail, ear 01e I rini By Emily Lundy Special to The News TRINIDAD-Home- coming is upon Trini- dad, beginning 5 p.m. Friday with a fish fry at the reception room of the VFW. Afterword, a bonfire and pep rally take over at 7 p.m. and another year has passed. My parents loved the yearly gathering. Maybe rarely seen cousins of my husband's will be present this year. I find it a bitter-sweet event, as each year I won't see people because of illness or eternal rest. We awaited the arrival of the late Pete Pulley, a minister in a city north of Kaufman; he was Mr. Homecoming. He could play almost any song on the piano, sing, and cre- ate fun. Pete was a senior when I was in the first grade. In my yearbook that year, little hearts are drawn on his picture and oth- ers. As Pete grew older, he gained weight and dressed in total black, Emily Lundy Escapades of Emily with a bib to match at our large dinners. My youngest uncle, now deceased, would drive up from Houston, and the two men usually exchanged barbs on the sideline of the Saturday night football game. Pete might say, "Well, Alton, I hear you're still a used car salesman (not that there is anything wrong with that) but my uncle was rising fast and well for Bell Telephone along with his wife. He had come a long way from the first grade when he ran away from school every day at recess in Trinidad Elementary. My uncle's response was quick to Pete." I see you are now the Pope." Four are left in my Class of 1958; two haven't come in a long time, a male and female. That leaves one male in "town" above our big lake and me below the lake in Trinidad. This classmate and I have almost traded locations. Our birthdays are one or two weeks apart, and we are NOT poster people for those who haven't changed in retirement. Of course, the late On- clow (Onslow) Airheart does not lead our pa- rades in military dress anymore. Minnie Lou Counts Morgan is ill and can't wear her majorette uni- form and twirl her baton. Oh, so many more who won't be there. But if I haven't been sad about giving away the last of the first fur- niture we bought as a young married couple when we both had teach- ingjobs, I don't see any chance of tears, only laughter. I'll have to pick and choose my events for three days, not going to all. That's what changes for some graduates of 1958 and under. Once more, "Hail, dear ole Trinidad." Knights of Columbus installs officers t Courtesyphotc The Knights of Columbus Mary Queen of Heaven Council 12253 Cf Malakoff, Texas hosts its Installation of Council Officers Ceremonial on Sept. 13 for 2016- 2017. The officers installed are Chaplain Rev. Father Anthony McLaughlin (pictured in no particular order), Grand Knight Grady Daniel, Deputy Grand Knight Chad Bentley, Chancellor Sam Messina, Recorder Gene Shaffner, Treasurer Mike Pardee, Financial Secretary Gary Bentley, Advocate Alex Miley, Warden Jerry Riewer, Inside Guard Jose Soils, Outside Guard Niguel Hernandez, Trustee 1st Year Chad Bentley, Trustee 2nd Year David Campos and Trustee 3rd Year Robert Russ. :S HELP Continued from Page 1A sues addressed by the organization. Saunders said child abuse cases reviewed by her office have increased 82 per- cent since Sept. 2015. The soon-to-be home for the HELP/Child Advocacy Center was financed from an anony- mous real estate gift, which was then sold, the proceeds from which were used to buy the State Highway 19 prop- erty. The new complex address is 807 N. Pales- tine, and includes front- age on North Prairieville, which runs parallel to Highway 19. 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