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October 8, 1981

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; : The Maiakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 8, 1951--9A of thel U U Trinity River Jamboree 6y Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. area of the county and a or know how fortunate have a qualified oral area. As usually | towns no smaller than Chiles, D.D.S., has from Anchorage, and has opened clinic, 2616 West 2nd in October. D.D.S., is the son Chlles and the late of Trinidad and oral and maxillofacial I is now open in both Athens and works for D.D.S. in Athens Tilmon is in Dallas Dr. Don Chiles in Anchorage. While spent a great deal missionary denlstry This is a fete m when you consider that services is fine Christian man family, wife Drew, Tommy 16, Amy 11, Dr. Chiles is Board Oral and T. Oct. 8, W.M.U. Annual will be at First a.m. - 2:00 p.m. with TP&L employees. Coffee, cake served. Kenneth and Katie are already busy enjoying their retirement in their home in Athens. Beauford Wright visited with the Eugene Berrys and mother on Tuesday. Coach Larry Cumby's junior high Trojans played an excellent game on Thursday, Oct. I, 6:00 p.m. with the Trojan team winning the hal,game 38-0 over Scurry. Each boy did an excellent job. Among the boys making touch- downs were Stacy Boyd, Kevin Boggas, Don Elsom, Michael Hornbuckle. Extra points run by Brent Riler, Leo Stanton. Junior high cheerleaders keeping the spirit of the game going were Tanya Estes, Shannon Smith, Theresa Echols and Shannon Holt. At the Friday pep rally the spirit stick went to the sixth grade class members and senior class members. The fourth grade class did a yell and made a pymarid. It was blue and gold day with everyone wearing those colors. Spirit Days of Trinidad school is conducted by the members of the cheerleading squad, Michelle Fugate, Betty Gould Tompson of Irving and Mrs. Phillis Gould Johnson of Terrell. Laity Sunday will be Oct. II at Trinidad United Methodist Church with Mrs. Alice Smith bringing our morning message. There will be an evening Bible study beginning in Trinidad for all working ladies. It is nondominaUonai. The day is Tuesday, Oct. 13, 7:30 p.m. at Donna Renteria home on McEntlre. All ladies of this area are invited and urged to attend. Call Donna 776-2828 if you need ride or need directions. This group is open to women from all churches. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleming Jr., Mrs. Alice Wright visited Saturday in Richardson with Gary and Judy Fleming and the Maurice Wrights in Garland. Mr. Clete Dickey returned home from V.A. Hospital in Temple last Friday and will be returning again Oct. 15th. Our neighbors Arthur, Nellie, Rosemary, Annette Arnold moved into their new home over the weekend. The Trinidad Trojan 11-12 year old YMCA football team played the Dolphins at Trojan Field Oct. 3, 10 a.m. Vickl Bell, Krtsti Jones, Louise Horn- and the Trojan team won with score of buckle, Barbara Livingston. Sponsored 20-12. Beautiful pass plays from Ryan by Cleda Freeman. On special days Renteria to Picky Stanfield, Tinuny students dress the occasion. Sept. 10, Rainwater. Chad Rounsavall put the Western Day; Sept. 19, Overall Day; Sept. 25, Hat Day; Oct. 2, Blue and Gold Day; Oct. 15, Crazy Day; Oct. 23, Backward Day; Oct. 29, Masquerade Day; Nov. 6, 50's Day. World communion was held in most of the churches in this area. The special in First Baptist Rose in memory of offering at the United Methodist was of Christ ladies Bible designated to world hunger for over- for study and seas and for the Chaplin Ministry. A residents of Cedar large crowd attended the United Home. Nine members Methodist Church with lovely flowers from the wedding of Rod Parker and funeral of Mr. Joe. Cindy Adair and a lovely white pot on Saturday, Oct. plant in memory of Clyde Rose from John Spencer, Bill wife Jo Rose. On Oct. I0, 9:30 a.m. at Lakeside Class of First Baptist Baptist, will be a meeting of the Unity Sept. 28, 2:00 District Associational. Bro. Bill Wat- team on the scoreboard. All members of the team are doing excellent Jobs. They are coached by Monde Renteria, Bobby Rounsavall, Stu Thorpe and Gaylon Johnson. A large crowd attending the lovely wedding of Cindy Adair and Roderick Parker on Saturday evening, Oct. 3, 7 p.m. in the United Methodist Church with Rev. Tim Edwards officiating. Reception followed the ceremony in the educational building. A special welcome to Frances Ann Edgar who moved here from Universal MINI---CHEERLEADERS, leading the yells for the YMCA Trinidad Trojans each Saturday, are: (Back row, l-r) Kasey Jones, 8honda Crocker, Angle Miller and Susan Green. Joining them for the day Saturday in Trinidad were (left to right) Misty Crocker, Mary Ann Stanfleld and Nlkkl Bankston. (Staff photo by Ann Ronnsavall) City on Tuesday to her home on Lone Star Road with her. father, Mr. Herb Saunders. Fran will begin work on Monday, Oct. 5th with the Dept. of Trinidad graduates from the classes Army Corps of Engineer, Southwest of 1931, 1941, 1951, 1961 and 1971 will be hall with son, pastor of Calvary and Tommy District, Navarre Mills Project Office, Wilkinson giving a Spann, David Smith were elected as Dawson, Texas. sweet pickles she entered in the Dallas COnducting the business, delegates. Lunch will be served at the H and Sue Stevens visited with son State Fair. This was Maggie's first time .were class teacher, Mrs. church. Everyone is invited to attend Billy Ray on Sunday and had lunch with Alice Gaston, Ruth this meeting. Yates, Myrtle Cude, Girlie Tompson, Oleta Bible Study sherbert, The Ladies Bible Study met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. George Black with nlan8 is members present. The meeting g opened with prayer by Mrs. Alice to grow for Trinidad, Wright. Mrs. Bama Miller gave the celebration, lesson and discussion from Hebrews, planned for the chapter 11. Closing prayer by Verna Oct. 15 at 6:30 Elsom. Refreshments; cake, dips, pep rally at Trojanchips, coffee, punch. )ct. 16, 7:00 p.m.,Charlie Freeman of the Texas ,kickoff University in Austin visited over the game which weekend with parents, Bill and Cieda Freeman. 16 at half-time, in- Mrs. Ethel Moser returned home 1931, 1941, 1951, from hospital on Wednesday after eye 16, after the game,surgery. in school cafeteria. The members of the Church of Christ 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 1 had their fellowship meal following sponsored by seniorSunday morning services. school cafeteria. Mrs. Freeman Miller has returned at the door $2.75. home after visiting in Duncanvllle with 17, 2 p.m. parade Peggy and Charles Alrheart and area. daughters. there will be a Guests in the home of Nita and and 2:00 p.m. We Delbert Smyth to visit with Mrs. Merle to help us Osburn on Tuesday were nieces, Mrs~ ever, please committee Spencer, Sandi McDaniel, Cleora Thursday by th of former Mr. Joe His funeral was Oct. 3, I0 was one of the in starting the in Trinidad and to Mrs. Lethe Cedar Lake Nursing resident of Trinidad her 100 birthday Mrs. Lethe is mother returned home spending the past City visiting with the horse races. Miller visited with Miller and family, and Wednesday. Willis were over retirement party afternoon, Oct. 2 by e honored at the Trinidad Homecoming festivities Oct. 15-17. Members of those classes will be recognized at ha,Rime of the annual homecoming hallgame. Kicking off Homecoming weekend cafeteria. Refreshments will be provided. Continuing activities there will be a chili dinner from 11 a.m. to I p.m. spon- sored by the senior class. The dinner will be held Saturday at lunch in the to enter. Maggie is assistant rural mail Edith McClintock. Other guests were carrier on Trinidad route and the wife will be the traditional bonfire and pep high school cafeteria. Advance tickets Cleora, Nubbin Fleming, Jan Me- of ButchMizell. rally at Trojan Field Thursday night, will sell for $2.50 and at the door for Clintock. Stove Brtgance is doing an excellent Oct. 15. The bonfire will begin at 6:30 $2.75. Attending the lovely wedding of Job writing and covering Trinidad p.m. The annualHomecomingParadewill Maranna Allen Wright, Craig Alan Trojan games. Friday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. Miss Trojan be held through the downtown area. PruRt on Saturday, Oct. 3, 1961, 7:00 The TroJans broke their spell and got for 1981 will be crowned in pre-game Parade time is at 2 p.m. p.m. at the First Assembly of God six points on the scoreboard against ceremonies. Game time will be 7:30 Other activities planned for the Church in Garland were grandmother, Scurry last Friday after a 27 yard pick p.m. At halftime honored graduates weekend will include Homecoming Day Mrs. Alice Wright, Nubbin and Cleora up by Stanfield. Jimmy Carter carried will be introduced, at the First United Methodist Church. Fleming. Following the game there will be a Following morning services a covered The bride is an1980 honor graudate of the hall over from two yards oot for the coffee for all exes in the school dish lunch will be served. North Garland High School. She is employed at Garland Daffy News and attends Richardson College. Craig Pruitt, bridegroom, 1979 North Garland graudate and is employed at Rawlisoo Electric in Dallas and att~ds college at:Richardson. Grandparents Of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Allen of Mahank were celebrating their 50th anniversary and shared the honors withe 50th an- niversary wedding table with punch and golden cake at the lovely reception of Maranna and Craig Pruitt. touchdown. / Blue Ribbon winner Congratulations to Maggie Mizell who won a first place blue Hbbon on her INA BY ITSELF. At Arkla SERVEL we're so sure of our gas air conditioners that we offer an unparalleled ten-year no sweat limited warranty. And for good reason. For reliability. For durability. And for the quality. Just another mason why Arkla SERVEL is in a class by itself. TEN YEA Now, with your Continental Tax-Exeafpt CD oq'II be exempt from paying federal income taxes on a full year of savings interest- Ui to$2,000 on joint returns ($1,000 on individual " ~ " 9 returns). 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