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2013, Issue No. 21

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Project Grad

Diboll Project Graduation is gearing up for a great celebration for the 2013 Seniors. If you would like a donationc of any kind or to volunteer , please call 936-240-7078. If you would like to mail in a donation, please mail to Diboll Project Graduation, P. O. Box 312, Diboll, Tx. 75941. Thanks to the community for supporting the Diboll High School Class of 2013.

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Suarez retirement reception

Beatrice Suarez is retiring after 36 years with DISD. There will be a reception celebrating her years of service and retirement from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Thursday, May 30, at the Diboll Family Education Center, 299 S. Neil Pickett Drive.

FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT PLAYGROUND Friday, May 24 11:00 –1:30 and 4:30 - 6:00

Catfish Dinners $8.00 Catfish, French Fries, Hushpuppies & Dessert Fellowship Hall DINE IN or we will DELIVER in Diboll

Diboll First United Methodist Church 401 S. Hines St., 936-829-4470 or 936-635-1561

Diboll, Texas: Proud home of Ray and James and Angela Yakovsky

City adds bite to its animal control law RICHARD NELSON

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New Diboll City Council members Veronica Hernandez and Tom Farley took the oath of office Monday, May 20, and got down to business in their first council meeting. Council approved revisions to the city’s animal control ordinance, giving more enforcement authority to its animal control officer, Donna Brown, and also keeping revenue from fines in the city. Until now, when a stray animal was picked up, fines went through the county. Diboll municipal court will now handle those fees. Brown told council her “goal is to educate,

not legislate.” “A lot of people don’t know what it takes to be a pet owner,” Brown said. In other business, council: ■ Approved a three-year lease for specialized golf course maintenance equipment with Brookside Equipment Sales Inc.; ■ Approved the city manager, city secretary and finance director as TexPool representatives; ■ Approved requesting about $84,000 from the T.L.L. Temple Foundation for sound and lighting improvements for the Lottie and Arthur Temple Civic Center; and ■ Appointed council member Daniel Lopez as the representative on the Deep East Texas Council of Governments Board of Directors.

Photo by Richard Nelson

City Attorney Jimmy Cassels swears in new City Council members Tom Farley and Veronica Hernandez. Incumbent Don Hendrick, right, also took the oath of office for another term. He ran unopposed.

Semis Sweet!

Midway Cemetery meeting

The annual meeting of the Midway Cemetery Assoc. is at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 1. Donations may be made to Patrick Dickens, chairman, 3876 Midway Loop East, Livingston, TX 77531; 936-563-2056; patshane88@yahoo. com.

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Freed By Christ

We thank Jesus Christ for all the men and women who have given their lives while serving in the military. We pray for their families. God’s Bible says in Psalm 119: 49-50, “Remember the word to your servant, upon which you have caused me to hope. This is my comfort in my affliction, for your word has given me life.” God knows your grief and sorrow that still brings tears to your life. Jesus can help you with all the hurt and sadness. We do not always understand why things happen when they happen, but we can trust God to be there for us. Your loved one is not forgotten and neither are you. Listen to Jesus speak to your heart and let His salvation give you new life. Jesus is the only one who can bring light to dispel your darkness. -- Bro. Kenny Hibbs, First Baptist Church

INDEX

Classified.......................8 Local History,,,,.........................6 Neighborhoods...........2-3 Puzzles.........................4 Religion......................5 Sports.........................8-10

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Photo by Robin Lowe

Diboll baseball fans show their team spirit during the Lumberjacks’ 3-0 victory over the Hudson Hornets on Friday, May 17, at Angelina College. The win propelled the Lumberjacks into the regional semifinals this weekend against Huffman Hargrave in New Caney. Game 1 is at 7 p.m. Friday; Game 2, 2 p.m. Saturday; Game 3, if necessary, 30 minutes after the end of Game 2.

DPD makes drug arrest

A minor traffic violation led to a Pearland man being arrested for drug possession on Saturday, May 18. Diboll PD Sgt. Brandan Lovell pulled over John Martin about 11 p.m. SatLovell urday. While speaking with Martin during the traffic stop, Lovell became suspicious of Martin’s activities and gained consent to search the vehicle Martin was driving. Upon searching the vehicle, Lovell discovered about 28.8 grams of powder cocaine hidden in the vehicle. Martin was placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance, which is a seconddegree felony in this case.

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Diboll FCCLA students pose with their cake mix boxes.

Diboll students are ‘Cake Angels’ Courtesy photo

Yard Beautiful The Diboll Garden Club has concluded its Yard Beautiful

judging for the year and has chosen the yard of Maxine Lovelady at 905 Nelson as the winner for the Fair Acres section. First runner-up was the yard of Millie Thompson at 826 Nelson, and second runner-up was the yard of Carolyn Springfield at 816 Nelson. The Garden Club wishes to thank all who participated in this effort to beautify the community.

Diboll FCCLA has been working with students on each campus to see who could collect the most boxed cake mixes. The class from each grade that collected the most boxes won a cupcake party, with the cupcakes made by the Diboll Culinary Classes -- a portion of the FCCLA. Collectively all campuses gathered more than 1,100 boxed cake mixes to donate to the Cake Angels Foundation. This organization makes custom birthday cakes for children who are in situations that might not permit them to have a birthday cake.

This program directly benefits students in Angelina County, and the Diboll FCCLA students wanted to make sure they did their part, said sponsor Jennifer Garcia. The culinary classes met a Cake Angels representative Tuesday at Bryan’s Smokehouse to donate the massive amount of cake mixes. After the exchange, the culinary students toured the kitchen at Bryan’s and enjoyed lunch. The episode of “Restaurant Impossible” will air on Sunday, and the students had the opportunity to see firsthand the renovations the restaurant experienced.

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Wilkerson family enjoys visiting, volleyball As Jay Wyatt is always saying, “How about those Lumberjacks?” What a great game; we hope you keep on winning!! *** Diboll Free Press publisher Richard Nelson brought the Round Table some strawberries from the Pasadena Strawberry Festival he attended last weekend. He and some longtime friends played for the 17th year in the festival’s mud volleyball tournament on Saturday. The tournament has 16 pits about 2.5 feet deep and filled with water. With eight teams on each court, there are 124 teams and more than 1,000 people playing in the mud. His team, “Our Name is Mud,” didn’t make the playoffs this year, but can still live on the glory of winning the tournament a decade ago! *** There were lots of eating, visiting and competitive volleyball games Saturday in Old Orchard Park when members of the Wilkerson family gathered there for a family reunion. Most in attendance were members of one of three brothers: R.V., Van or Dewitt Wilkerson. All decendants of R.V. live here in the area and were present, including his wife, Jackie Bob. Van’s children were Gary and Norma from Laramie, Wyo., and Randal and Karen from Austin. Oda was married to Dewitt and was present with most of her family: George Wayne and his son Keith and Kim from Houston; Betty Wilson of Diboll and Peggy Wilkins and her son Clay from Houston. Daughter Bobbie Joyce and her husband Sterling Burnett were at a Galveston hospital with their daughter, Agenda, who is in ICU. Please remember them in your prayers. Oda Wilkerson received the honor of being the oldest present and Melanie’s 8-month-old Neely

Blakeslee from Marquez was the youngest. There were about 50 family members present for the reunion. *** JoNell Placker will be looking forward to having a reunion with her youngest granddaughter, Rachel Chapman, who flew with a group last Thursday to Madrid, Spain. Rachel will be graduating August 16 from Texas A&M after she returns from studying a semester at Nebrija Univerindad in Madrid. Rachel was excited and happy about her trip; she couldn’t believe her mother Kim and grandmother (reluctantly) agreed for her to go. Her dad Derrell stayed up until 3:30 a.m. tracking the plane until it arrived in Spain. What an unforgettable experience! *** J. F. “Snooks” Bell took some time off from fishing. He came in to buy mixing oil for his chainsaw and said he needed to get started cutting firewood for the winter before it gets too hot. He will celebrate his 87th birthday in July and attributes his age to working hard all his life. *** I can assure you something that will not live long around Tina Hawthorn’s house and that is snakes. She is very protective of her chickens, turkeys and other pets and has already disposed of 14 snakes this year. Most of the time she is pretty calm when she encounters a snake with her pistol in hand, but

being confronted with a stump-tail moccasin made her a little nervous after the shootout was over. Don’t mess with Tina! *** Geraldine Pouland’s birthday is May18. On the 16th her granddaughter Andrea Swor, Wayne Ward and Andrew Bass fried 30 pounds of fish, four large bags of French fries and four recipes of Andrea’s homemade hushpuppies along with cold slaw, carrot cake and ice tea. Dee Adams made a coconut pie for her birthday. Geraldine enjoyed the meal and visiting with others that included: J.D. and Sue Johnson; Joe Donald and Emma Lee Smith, Ima Lee Weisinger, Mary Frances Sheffield, Fran McGilvra, Brandon and Shelby and her 6-week-old great-great granddaughter, Bristol Faith; Brandal and 2-year-old great-great granddaughter, Addison Grace; Roho and Teresa Pouland; Robert Ramsey; and longtime family friend Billy Vernon from Kilgore and his friend, Clyde Wiggins. Geraldine also enjoyed a visit from Glenn Price, Carol Taylor and Fran McClain who were on their way to Los Jarittos for their weekly luncheon. *** Brother David Busby, Pastor of the Assembly of God church on the Alabama Coushatta Reservation came in for local grown honey with the honeycomb and Moon Shine Syrup. Rosie Graham stopped by with her mom and reminded me her daughter teaches in the Diboll ISD, Wendy Cabrera. Rosie is married to DHS graduate Douglas Graham. *** Clarence Davis and his wife Betty stopped by the store. They live in California and were in town for the funeral of Vera Jones. Their daughter is Jacqueline Martin and Clarence graduated from Diboll in 1962

where he played football and basketball for the Temple Tigers. Our condolences to Marcellos and his family for the loss of a sweet lady, Vera Jones. *** The Round Table lost another faithful one who enjoyed visiting and drinking coffee with others. Byford Jones passed away and will be remembered by all the people and friends he could remember and the stories he could tell. Our love to his wife Marcia (Warner), their children, Beverly and Bob and their families. *** Abney’s Fish Truck will be in our parking lot on May 29 from noon until 1 p.m. if you need to stock your pond with fish. He will have 4-inch to 6-inch channel cat for $35 per hundred and 6-inch to 8-inch channel cat for $55 per hundred. If you would like to be assured of availability or questions about the many other fish he has, call Berry Abney at 870-697-3550. *** The Diboll First United Methodist Church is serving catfish dinners to raise funds that will benefit the playground at their church. The catfish dinner will include French fries, hushpuppies and dessert for $8. It will be Friday, May 24 from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and again from 4:30 until 6 p.m. in their fellowship hall at 401 Hines St., or they will deliver in Diboll. Call 936-829-4470 or 936-635-1561 for more information. * * * Come see us…’round the table Sandra Pouland, owner of Pouland’s Real Estate, contributes this column. Stop by the Round Table or email her at sandra@poulands.com or 936-829-4040.

Children, teens adults can enjoy summer reading “Memorial Day was officially proclaimed May 5, 1868, by Gen. John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, in his General Order No. 11, and was first observed May 30, 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. The first state to officially recognize the holiday was New York in 1873. By 1890 it was recognized by all of the northern states. The South refused to acknowledge the day, honoring their dead on separate days until after World War I (when the holiday changed from honoring just those who died fighting in the Civil War to honoring Americans who died fighting in any war). It is now celebrated in almost every state on the last Monday in May (passed by Congress with the National Holiday Act of 1971 (P.L. 90 - 363) to ensure a three-day weekend for federal holidays), though several southern states have an additional separate day for honoring the Confederate war dead: Jan. 19 in Texas, April 26 in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi; May 10 in South Carolina; and June 3 (Jefferson Davis’ birthday) in Louisiana and Tennessee.”(Source: http://www.usmemorialday. org/backgrnd.html) ***

News from... T.L.L. Temple Memorial Library It’s summer fun for the whole family! Join one of our Summer Reading Clubs for children, teens, and adults for a fun-filled summer. Registration is now through June 15. You will read books that you like; attend fun and educational events; and get rewarded for your efforts. Events include: a Kick-Off Party complete with games and Blue Bell ice cream; a Hunger Games Party; a Rocks & Minerals Show; Daryl Sprout with his 17 different snakes; Geocaching with Aaron Friar; Julian Franklin’s Simple Machines Show; Archeologist, George Avery; a Lufkin Zoo presentation with animals; Movie Days; Teen Craft Day; a Water Slide; Teen Movie Day; David McCullough with balloons and magic; and awards parties for all three groups. It’s fun and, it’s all free. Don’t get bored this summer; come to the Library and join in the excitement! *** Enter the third annual Cookie Baking Contest at your library. Registration ends June 3. Entry forms may be picked up at the library or

submitted on the library’s web site at www.tlltemplememoriallibrary.org. All forms must be submitted or returned to the library on or before 5 p.m. June 3. The contest is open to all men, women, young adults, and junior bakers who live and work in the surrounding areas. Baking divisions are: Junior bakers ages 6-11; Young adult bakers 12-17; and Senior bakers 18 and over. Commercial, industrial, and professional bakers are not eligible to enter. No boxed, packaged, frozen or commercially-made cookie dough may be used. Judging will take place on Thursday, June 6. All of the extra cookies will be used as part of the refreshments for the Children’s Summer Reading Club 2013. *** Do you crochet, knit, or do any kind of portable craft? Join us for “Tangled Threads” on Tuesday, June 11, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Bring your own project to work on while you chat and share tips with each other. *** Help your community while you enjoy fun for the whole family at Movie Day at

the library on Friday, May 24, at 6 p.m. Our theme is hunger, so we are asking you to bring one canned meat (spam, tuna, salmon, chicken, etc) per family for admission to be donated to Diboll Christian Outreach. Popcorn will be available. We encourage you to bring your own snacks and drinks to add to your fun. You may also bring pillows and blankets and sit on the floor to watch the movie. Come bring the family and join in the fun! Our movie license will not allow us to publicize the movie title so please call us for more information at 936-829-5497. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. *** New Large Print Books: “Firefly Island,” by Lisa Wingate – Mallory Hale’s life quickly veers off course when she falls hopelessly in love with Daniel Everson and his little boy, Nick. After a whirlwind romance, Mallory finds

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herself leaving the bustle and action of Capitol Hill for the remote town of Moses Lake, Texas – with husband, stepson, and U-Haul in tow. A sweet, mishap-filled journey into marriage, motherhood, and ranch living ensues, and Mallory is filled with both the wonderment of love and the insecurities of change. What she can’t shake is the unease she feels around her husband’s new boss, Jack West. Jack’s presence – and his mysterious past – set her on edge. When hints of a scandal emerge, Mallory finds herself seeking answers and she comes to realize that the middle-of-nowhere home she wasn’t sure she wanted is the very place she’ll risk everything to save. “The Two Medicine River,” by Richard S. Wheeler – Down the Eastern slopes of the Rockies, out upon the Great Plains, and into the heart of Blackfoot country flows the Two Medicine River. To This

wild and beautiful land come a pair of young wanders – halfbreeds born of two worlds, but belonging to neither. Marie Therese de Paris, driven by the ancestral fires in her spirit, sets out on a vision quest. She is hoping to save the Blackfoot Indians from their cruel fate. Peter Kipp, bold and ambitious, chooses to follow his father into the American Fur Company, determined to prove himself in the white man’s world. Bound by love and torn by their loyalties, Peter and Marie Therese share a single destiny – a destiny about to unfold on the banks of the Two Medicine River. *** Library closing: The library will be closed May 2527 for Memorial Day. *** Summer library hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Have a great week!

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

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Hopsons, parents back from cruise to Cozumel Jason and Rivers Hopson took his mother, Cyndi Kullback, and dad, Stephen Kullback, to Cozumel, Mexico, for Mother’s Day. They stayed at the Occidental Grand Resort and would recommend the property highly. They enjoyed shopping, snorkeling, diving, parasailing, sailing, dancing and nightly shows. The weather was perfect. All are ready to go back soon. *** Golf and giving are what Brookshire Brothers’ say go hand-in-hand. The Lufkinbased grocery chain holds two charity golf tournaments each year. The proceeds go into the company’s Charitable Foundation. On Monday, Brookshire Brothers’ vendors from across the country converged on Lufkin for the first of its series of charity golf tournaments. Representatives from companies like Kraft, General Mills, Community Coffee and Value Merchandisers teed it up for a good cause. Teams pay from $2,000 to $3,500 in entry fees for the privilege of playing in Monday’s tournament, knowing the money raised is returned to nonprofits in Brookshire Brothers’ market area in Texas and Louisiana. In February, Brookshire Brothers gave checks totaling nearly $100,000 to seven nonprofits including the American Cancer Society, Friends Of the Ellen Trout Zoo, Harold’s House formerly the East Texas Alliance for Children, Boys and Girls Club of Deep East Texas, Alzheimer’s Association’s Houston/Southeast Texas and Capitol of Texas chapters, Volunteer Services Council Of the Lufkin State Supported Living Center and the Angelina Arts Alliance. These tournaments are held

in May and October of each year. This year 68 teams, 75 percent of them from out of the region, played in two separate tournaments. *** Liz Jeffrey just returned from Fort Worth from visiting their new granddaughter, Lila Jane Maroul. Lila’s parents are Michelle Martin Maroul and Johnnie Maroul. She was born May 9. Everyone is doing great. She is the first granddaughter so they are all excited. Michelle and Johnnie reside in Fort Worth. Liz was very happy to be able to stay and help for one week but had to get back to work. Other grandparents are Ken Jeffrey and Rick Martin. Great-grandmother is McXie Martin from San Augustine. *** At the 122nd annual Daughters of the Republic of Texas convention in Beaumont at the Holiday Inn & Suites, the Mary Hall Mantooth Chapter had plenty of representation. As we drove through Woodville, we saw many signs for Kree Harrison who came in second in the American Idol show. The opening reception saw Mary Goodwin, our District IV representative, parade in with the dignitaries followed by officers general and President General Karen Ruth Thompson. Those attending were Kay Graves and Lou Ann Williams from Zachary, Louisiana,

Deborah Graves from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mary Goodwin, Emma Lee Wilson, president of the Mary Hall Mantooth Chapter, Julie Jumper-Morris from Dallas, Rosemary Varsey, Janie Slack, Lois Chambers, Karen Hall, Paula Metzinger, Len Medford, Susan Sumners plus me. Unable to attend were Dorris Collmorgen and Elizabeth Jenkins. Rosemary was in charge of the sales table where we had our new chapter pin of Angelina, aprons with bluebonnets embroidered on them and oil paintings by Nancy Manning of the Texas flags. For a raffle we had donated by Redd Hutchinson of bignastyfishing.com, a rod special made by Lou Ann Williams’ son, who has Big Nasty Custom Rods. Carolyn Rainey from Richardson won the rod for her husband, who said “OMG” get tickets on it. We all went in different cars and Thursday lunch Julie, Lois Chambers and I ate at Cheddar’s. Janie Slack and Emma Lee Wilson were at the sales table off and on for the three-day convention. The theme of the convention was “Black Gold -- Texas Tea.” Friday afternoon after the business session there was a memorial service. The list of those memorialized was long. From our Mary Hall Mantooth Chapter were: Jeanette Bullock, Doris Jane Foust, Esther Hill Hacker, Dorothy Hale, Benegene Kring and Virginia Everett Samuelson. Karen Kurth Hall sang at the service. Friday at noon, I sat by a lady from Beaumont and I asked her about a place for dinner that night. She recommended Floyds Cajun Seafood and Texas Steakhouse. It was a Don’s Seafood before one of the hur-

ricanes. At the Awards Luncheon on Saturday, the Mary Hall Mantooth Chapter was recognized as being a Six Star Chapter again for a second year. There were 504 DRT members attending the convention with 3,000 members worldwide. Hollis Newsom Bush was recognized with others for her 25-year membership. Carolyn Ericson, from the Stone Fort Chapter in Nacogdoches, was recognized for her 50 years in DRT. Dick Rathgeber, husband of my classmate Sara Ross Rathgeber, spoke about the Republic Village with the Republic of Texas History Complex in Austin which is a Vision for DRT. The essay contest for fourth-graders can be either William Barrett Travis or Travis letter “Victory or Death.” The essay contest for seventh-graders is William B. Travis and the impact from the letter “Victory or Death.” Any fourth- or seventh-grader can enter. *** Happy Birthday: Parker Day, Joyce Wallace, Lilliam Estrada, Arlin Grimes, Rosemary Blackstock, Julieanne Rhodes, Elena Campbell, Pat Ritchey, Andrew Moore, Nick Wolda, Louis Bronaugh, Cheryl Arnold, Penny Juergen, Evan Dorman. *** Thanks to all that sent birthday cards and for the many Facebook wishes. I will count them at the end of the day. There were 49 this morning. Makes me feel real special. Contact Janice Ann Rowe at roweja@suddenlink.net.

Even Christmas discussed at beauty shop At the beauty shop no subject is considered off limits, I am sure. Beauticians hear more about women’s problems and their personal thoughts than even their doctors hear. Hairdressers hear more than they want to hear and, most likely, some really do not pay very much attention to what is said. It has gotten so hot here in the middle of May that I am already looking for cooler weather. We have been blessed not to have hot weather any sooner than now. In the beauty shop one morning another lady and I were talking about Christmas, of all things. Not the coming one in a few months, but those we had nearly 70 years ago. I think one of us remarked about how excited and grateful we

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were, yet received so little, way back then. When I smell apples that scent takes me back to Christmas mornings when Santa Claus would have come and gone at our house. I only remember one time Christal and I got a doll each and probably our brother Ishmael was proud of the cap pistol that was under the tree for him. Money was hard to come by and the three items together were not very expensive but still we were lucky to have gotten those. The things we always got under the tree on Christmas morning were a delicious apple, an orange, a Brazil nut

and an English walnut and sometimes a large papershell pecan joined that little bounty. Had we gotten a paper sack full of money, we would not have been any happier. We ate all we got to eat and not a bit of it was wasted. This was a treat that we did not have except at Christmas time. The nuts only came in the grocery store just at holiday time and Mother bought walnuts and Brazil nuts so we could pick out the meat to bake a nut cake. Already in the fall Papa Denman had a black walnut tree on his place and we kids picked enough up to add them to the cake. Pecan trees were handy for us to pick out enough to add to the cake. There was nothing to equal that cake. It was a three layer topped with

seven minute icing. *** Robert and Joyce Adams of Lufkin celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at Ralph and Kacoo’s with family and friends. *** Carolyn Mosley Duke was laid to rest at the age of 65. I did not remember her first name from years ago because everybody called her Sue all her life. She was several years below us in Huntington schools. Preceding her in death were her parents, Jimmy and Mary John Mosley; her brothers, Jimmy, Adron and Eugene Mosley. Sue was Director of Nurses at Southland Health Care for years and all who knew her declared she was an excellent nurse.

Strawberries make summertime treat Yep, that’s summertime that you are feeling right now. Here is a tasty summer treat that doesn’t have a lot of ingredients and could not be easier. Takes a little planning due to the freezing.

Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

1 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk 1/3 cup whipping cream 2 tsp. lemon zest 1 1/2 cups fresh strawberries 3 graham crackers, coarsely chopped Mix first 4 ingredients with mixer until well blended. Freeze 4 hours or until almost solid. Beat cream

*** About one more disaster in the kitchen and I should be declared off limits in the cooking area. I’m trying for that title as I am really tired of trying to think of something that Beamon wants to eat. I don’t really want him to eat many eggs and he has always eaten fried eggs which are certainly the preferable way to him. Reluctantly, I told him I would fix the eggs after he vetoed my variety of good stuff for him to eat. Of course, the last thing to do was get the eggs in the hot oil and he eats them over easy. Just as I was going to turn them and they would be finished, an explosion happened scaring both of us. One of the eggs flew out of the skillet, landing on my clean stove

Send recipes or comments to Judge Esther Barger, 211 N. Temple, Diboll, TX 75941 or email to ebarger@angelina county.net.

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Salais to wed Solis

Javier and Bertha Salais are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy Salais, to Juan Solis. The future bride graduated from Diboll High School in 2005. She is licensed in cosmetology and is employed at Vanity Salon. The future groom graduated from DHS in 2002 and is employed at Fastenal. The wedding will be held at St. Patrick’s Church on Saturday, June 8, 2013.

Yadira Salais Puppies ready for adoption graduuates Goober is a gentle hands as he Yadira Salais, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Salais, graduated May 9 from Northwood U n i v e r s i t y, earning a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. At Northw o o d , Salais Yadira was a student-athlete on the women’s soccer team and earned Dean’s List honors two semesters. The graduate plans to pursue a career in the accounting field. She is a 2009 graduate of Diboll High School.

barely one year old blue heeler mix. She is a very sweet baby - gets along with EVERYONE and even though she may seem shy at first when she gets to know you she is a complete cuddle bug. UTD on vaccinations, rabies shot, heart worm free, spayed. Adoption fee includes microchip and a month of free pet health insurance. Rowdy is a five week old Chocolate and Tan miniature pinscher with a nubby tail and a playful demeanor. He wants a forever home with

Sheila Scogin contributes this weekly column about Huntingtonarea residents.

OBITUARIES

Judicious & Delicious With Judge Esther Barger cheese mixture with mixer until creamy. Blend berries in blender until smooth. Add to cream cheese mixture with chopped graham crackers; mix well. Freeze 8 hours or until firm. Remove dessert from freezer 15 minutes before serving; let stand at room temperature to soften slightly before scooping into dishes.

top, and every bit of the egg white was blown on me, the cabinets, the floor and even in the dining room on top of the microwave. Grease was everywhere, as you can imagine. We ate a cold meal that day but I did wait until after we finished to tackle the mess. That has been over a week ago and I am still finding tiny pieces of egg white. I knew an egg would explode in the microwave but this was a first for me to make one disintegrate and I don’t even know what really caused it to do so. I can tell you that it is something you never want to happen. It was a MESS!

is a very tiny guy. Rowdy would love, love, LOVE a home with children. UTD on vaccinations, rabies shot, heart worm free, and will be neutered . Adoption fee includes microchip and a month of free pet health insurance. For more information, contact The Humane Society of Angelina County, Winnie Berry Pet Adoption Center, 1102 N John Reddit Drive Lufkin (on the loop) or call 936639-1880. The Web site is www.angelinacountyhumanesociety.org

Funeral services for Joy Davis Smith, 66, of Lufkin will be held Friday, May 24, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in the Carroway Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Joe Stanley and Reverend R.G. “Bud” Davis officiating. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Memorial Park. Mrs. Smith was born March 23, 1947 in Shelby County, Texas to Fred and Bernice (Lout) Davis, and died Monday, May 20, 2013 in a local hospital. She resided in Angelina County most of her life. Mrs. Smith was a Librarian at T.L.L. Memorial Library in Diboll for nine years, and worked at the Lufkin State Supported

DATELINE Cont’d Music in the Park

Music in the Park, presented by the Diboll Civic Club, will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 14, in Old Orchard Park. The free concert features My Sweet Scarlett, The Burke Pickers, Chris Wells, The Waymakers and Sarah Blount. Bring your lawnchair and enjoy an evening of various types of music.

Lumberjack Golf

The Lumberjack Golf Classic tees off at 9 a.m. June 15 at Neches Pines Golf Course. The 4-man scramble is $240 per team. Prizes paid to to top 3 teams. Hole-in-one on

Living Center for 25 years. She was a member of the First United Pentecostal Church of Lufkin. Survivors include her husband, Bo Smith of Lufkin; son, Little Bo Smith of Diboll; brother, Richard Davis of Shelbyville; sister, Wylma Chance of Mesquite; brotherin-law and sister-in-law, Tim and Deidra Davis of Lufkin; special grandson, Timothy Davis of Lufkin; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Fred Davis, Jr. Memorial contributions may be made to the First United Pentecostal Church of Lufkin, 3200 S. Medford Drive, Lufkin, Texas 75901. The family will welcome friends and loved ones from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday evening at the funeral home. Memories and condolences may be added at www.carrowayfuneralhome.com. Carroway Funeral Home, Lufkin, directors.

No. 17 wins new car, sponsored by Al Meyer Ford. Other prizes are available to win. Contact Kevin Hurley, 936-366-2520; Shane Adair, 936-829-4200; golf course, 936-829-5086.

Try TOPS

Lose weight with TOPS – Taking Off Pounds Sensibly. Check out the local TOPS chapter at First United Methodist Church, 805 E. Denman Ave., Lufkin. Weigh-ins are at 8:30 a.m. Fridays and the meetings are at 9:05 a.m. Fridays. For more information, call Sylvia at 936-639-4017 or Beat at 936-876-4403. First visit is free. Check out www.tops.org.


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Retired teachers receive a boost There is just over one week left of the 83rd Legislative Session at your State Capitol, and as the countdown to Sine Die begins, my first bill has passed the Senate and been sent to the Governor’s desk to be signed into law. Retired teachers received some long-overdue assistance this week, and with budget negotiations ongoing, both Chambers are debating how to address funding needs for water infrastructure.

A Boost for Retired Teachers

The House passed SB1458 on Friday, which makes revisions to the Teacher Retirement System’s contributions and benefits to ensure the long-term soundness of the pension plan. The bill, in its current form, provides for a supplemental payment (also known as a 13th check) for current retirees, and also allows for a portion of current retirees to receive their first cost-of-living increase since 2001. Because the original version of the bill was amended, a conference committee will likely meet to iron out the details. The bill would also move the TRS retirement fund from possible future insolvency to a system that could pay off its liabilities within 29 to 30 years, which would meet the statutory bar of being actuarially sound. Additionally, it would put the fund in a better position when new Governmental Accounting Standards Board rules take effect in 2014. Our office has heard from hundreds of retired teachers back home in the District who are struggling and concerned about the state of TRS. From day one we have said we hoped that this issue would be addressed by the Legislature, and I am proud that this week I was able to vote in strong support of this measure.

SJR 1 and a Final Push for Water Funding While the House of Representatives has accomplished many of its goals thus far, the need for water infrastructure funding has yet to be met. The House version of the water funding bill was defeated on a point-of-order technicality last month, but a recent Senate resolution has given water funding a new life. SJR 1, as amended by our House Committee on Appropriations, proposes a constitutional amendment to be put to the voters providing for the creation of the State Water Implementation Fund (SWIFT). The

Thursday, May 23, 2013 57. *”__ ____ Noir” cabaret 60. *Most famous collie? 63. Best not mentioned 64. Poetic “before” 66. Bridal path 68. Open disrespect 69. Poetic “even” 70. Imposing house 71. One of the Ivies 72. Banned insecticide 73. Larger key on the right

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State Representative

SWIFT is intended to provide adequate and meaningful funding through financial assistance and other incentives in the development of new water supply strategies outlined in the state water plan, as identified and requested by regional planning groups across our great state. The House version of SJR 1 was passed out of Appropriations Friday and will now move to the House floor. With 50-year projections for Texas showing substantial growth in population and water demand, it crucial that we find a way to appropriate the funds necessary to implement the numerous regionally identified strategies in the state water plan that will yield several million acre-feet of water supply per year.

DOWN

The Budget

Budget negotiations between the House and Senate have been productive this week. The Governor has made it clear that his requirements for a successful budget include tax relief and infrastructure funding. The conference committee is working hard to produce a budget that includes funding for water and transportation, additional funding for education, and the necessary tax relief needed to promote job growth and keep Texas business friendly. Exceptional budget item requests far outweigh the state’s revenue, and at the end of the day hard decisions will have to be made; but I believe my colleagues and I will have the opportunity to pass a fiscally prudent budget that is reflective of our Texas values.

Contact

As always, my staff and I are available during the week at (512) 463-0508 or (936) 634-2762.

Theme:

Cats & Dogs ACROSS

1. Done with a knife 6. Pendulum’s path 9. Pompous talk or writing 13. Salk’s conquest 14. Gunk 15. *Given name of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” 16. Tree in Latin 17. Hold title to 18. Knightly suit

19. *Nickelodeon’s conjoined brothers (19982005) 21. Dig further 23. Deadeye’s forte 24. Good earth 25. Young woman making her debut 28. Le Corbusier’s art 30. *The Cat in the Hat wore a striped one 35. Like decorated cake 37. Slime 39. Nary a soul 40. Musical mark

41. Elephant trainer’s prod 43. Byproduct of muddy roads 44. Mirths 46. *A dog relies on it to interpret the world 47. Speed on water 48. “There Will Be Blood” contraption 50. Mail agency 52. Double helix 53. Well-mannered Emily ____ 55. “High” drink

1. R&R hot spot 2. Rigid necklace 3. Actress Jessica 4. Plants and animals 5. Like a dirty affair 6. Bug-eyed 7. Column’s counterpart 8. Type of dwelling unit 9. In some cultures, this is a compliment 10. Not cool 11. In a little while, oldfashioned 12. ___ Royal Highness 15. *Cerberus, e.g. 20. Opposite of alpha 22. *”Dog ___ dog” 24. Observation post 25. *It “ate my baby” 26. Food safety threat 27. Asian pepper 29. a.k.a. CT 31. Politician’s barrelful 32. *Baskerville’s scare 33. Author _____ Chekhov 34. Seed coat 36. Whitetail, e.g. 38. *Boot-wearing cat 42. Anatomical dividers 45. Used to drain gas tank 49. India’s smallest state 51. PBS street 54. Knight’s mount 56. Of the Orient 57. Pretty undergarment fabric 58. Very dark black 59. Succotash ingredient 60. Fast time 61. “____ that the truth?!” 62. Besides 63. Recipe amount 65. *Color of some setters 67. Poetic “always”

There’s always time to remember To the Mothers who bore us, and loved us Offered hugs, kisses, band-aids, kind words and smiles Teaching, guiding, leading, bathing and feeding Walked with tired feet to ball games and meetings Drove their cars, welcomed our friends, wiped our noses, met the bus Defended our rights, took pictures and never made a fuss We say without a doubt“We Remember.”

Thanks to school board members for service

The recent school board election brings two new faces to the Diboll School Board. Laura Beth Cooper and Rodney Cheshire are both involved parents, proud graduates of Diboll High School, and people of character and integrity. They both ran for the Board out of a genuine desire to work for our students, and they will be good Board members. I look forward to working with them. In the aftermath of elections, though, we sometimes only focus on the winners and look ahead to what they might do. I would like to take a moment to recognize the outgoing Board members for their service. Jim McClain and Faye Jones each served for three years, and we should not be in such a hurry to move along that we fail to thank them for their work. There has been no doubt about Mr. McClain’s passion for Diboll. He wants our students to excel in every area of endeavor, and is willing to be creative to give them the resources they need to be successful. The First Tee program, which uses golf to teach our kids a number of valuable lessons and skills, is 100% attributable to Mr. McClain’s work. Diboll ISD will benefit from initiatives like this for years to come. Mrs. Jones brought a valuable different perspective to the Board. She cares about

HAPPY THOUGHTS & PET PEEVES

Carolyn (Sue) Hendrick

To the Fathers who worked so hard Provided food, safety, security, strong shoulders when we cried Hugged our moms, tucked us in, turned the lights on every night Played catch, took out the trash, mowed the yard and fought for right Cheered us on, encour-

aged our efforts, rewarded us if we tried Stood up for country, flag, and truth like a shining guard. We say without a doubt“We Remember.” To the grandfathers, grandmothers, brothers, sisters, children, aunts, uncles, husbands and wives To all that made our purpose, our days, our faith, our hopes, our love, Have wonder, richness and strength every day of our lives

LETTERS

all of our students, and wants to move forward rather than staying put in the status quo. Her input was especially valuable as the Board worked to make decisions regarding the old HG Temple campus. Any future projects at that location will be part of her legacy to the children of Diboll. While they will both be honored at the May 28 school board meeting, if you see Mr. McClain or Mrs. Jones in the community, please let them know that you appreciate their service. They both care deeply about the future of Diboll, they were willing to step forward and work for our kids, and they deserve our thanks. Diboll ISD has moved forward over the past three years, and Jim McClain and Faye Jones are part of the reason for that. Trey Wilkerson Diboll

Thanks for the votes; ready to work

I would like to thank the Diboll community for your vote of confidence in giving me the opportunity to serve as your District 1representative for the City Council. I take this responsibility very seriously, and I consider it a privilege to help make decisions that will shape our future. We, the City of Diboll, have many opportunities for growth and change. Change does not occur over night but over time. I hope to be able to make changes for Diboll that will be in the best interest of

everyone in the community. I would like to thank our outgoing councilman Bryan Wilson for his work for the people of Diboll. I will do my best to build upon the foundation that he has helped to put in place. In all things, I promise

We say without a doubt“We Remember.” To all who served and died in the service of our great country Though many have passed and now look down from above We say without a doubt“We Remember!” Sue Hendrick lived in Diboll for several years. Although she now resides in Lufkin, Diboll will always be her East Texas home.

to do my best for the Diboll community and to always be available to listen to the concerns and suggestions of our residents. Thanks for all the support. I’m ready to get to work! Veronica R. Hernandez Diboll

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RELIGION

Thursday, May 23, 2013

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Get into the Game of Life; help others to Kingdom I have this friend that just retired from teaching and was planning to become a missionary in Central Texas. I just heard a rumor that she was turned down because she was divorced. I pray that it isn’t so. However, when we were in that same denomination, we were home missionaries, and we were both married before. Here is what I think. I think

Teacher Mom with

Jan Allbritton the enemy tells us that we cannot do what God has for us because we got divorced, even if we remarried. I believe that he tells us that we cannot do anything for

God because we are of the female gender, and all of us know that females cannot teach or preach to men. Hah! If we all listened to the enemy, most of us would not be in ministry. Most of us would be a mess! Some of these ideas are just of man, and we need to listen to what God has to say. I believe that these guidelines have reasons for being there, but sometimes

God wants to override man. That is what I am talking about!!! In the middle of typing this column, a friend of ours just came in telling us about a young man from his church that survived a motorcycle accident when he hit a hog! His Harley was taken out by a hog. As Mike and Thomas were saying, “A hog took out his hog!” That young man was able to preach the next morning. He

stated that when you have the favor of God on you, He is going to protect you. If you are doing what God planned for you to do, no man or woman is going to stop you from your destiny in Christ! I am hoping that my friend finds her holy unrest and continues to search for what God has for her now. If you and I just realize it, we are in a mission field. TEACHER cont’d p. 6

Make making time for God a priority in your life

“Those who obey him will not be punished. Those who are wise will find a time and a way to do what is right.” -- Ecclesiastes 8:5. Time is often a precious commodity in the Stephens house. This past week was no exception. We had a zillion, or so it felt, things going on. I was the delegator as usual. I would call or e-mail Greg every day to let him know how we were breaking up the daily activities. He would take care of some things on his way home, pick up kids from school if I worked late, and took care of dinner. I would do the rest. We would talk in the evenings to let each other know what was going on, what meetings we had, etc. You see, the end of the year is a busy time for a teacher. There are lots of assessments, making students’ plans for the following year, parent meetings, etc. Greg often has meetings at work and is on call throughout the evening.

Apostolic

First Apostolic 158 FM 2108, Burke 936-829-2700

Assembly of God

Clawson Assembly 5569 N. U.S. Hwy. 69, Pollok 936-853-2727 First Assembly 100 E. Borden St., Diboll 936-829-4250 First Assembly 1700 N. Home St., Corrigan 936-398-2235 First Assembly 605 S. Hwy. 69, Huntington 936-635-4677 Glad Tidings Assembly 2511 E. Lufkin Ave., Lufkin 936-632-1517 Templo Emanuel Asemblea de Dios 305 Oak St., Diboll 936-639-4955

Baptist

Burke Tidwell Rd., Burke 936-829-4455

Concord Missionary FM 2743 Rd., Zavalla 936-897-2494 Cornerstone Ryan Chapel Rd & FM 304, Diboll 936-829-4023 Fairview 3742 FM 2108, Lufkin 936-637-1466 First Baptist 208 Devereaux St., Diboll 936-829-5299 First 1034 E. Main St., Zavalla 936-897-2566

Sisters in Grace Tina Trout Terrell and Christie Trout Stephens

Usually our dinner gets disrupted at least twice with calls and/or texts from his work, but that’s all part of his job. Our kids also have school activities, extra-curricular activities as well that take place with after school practices, performances, etc. Not to mention the usual weekly household duties such as: laundry, dishes, grocery shopping, etc. Then come monthly orthodontist appointments, doctor checkups, and any other kind of appointment you have to squeeze in somehow.

Huntington First 702 N. Main St., Huntington 936-422-4311 Johnson Missionary 26534 US Hwy 69 S., Zavalla 936-897-8147 Jubilee 723 Dennis, Diboll 936-829-0465 Lakewood 3497 State Hwy. 147, Zavalla 936-897-3075

Does this all seem a bit stressful? (Please excuse me while I have a small, over-due breakdown.) UUUUGGGHHH! Now that’s better! Everyone has been there. You have WAY too much to do and not enough time to do it, but we have to make time. How long does it take to blink? How long does it take to stretch? How long does it take you to take the walk from your favorite TV watching spot to the bed to go to sleep? Not long. How long does it take to pray and revisit the Lord? You may be super busy like me and my family, but we all have time for God. We can use the time we wake up in the morning, look up at the ceiling, and say, “Good morning God. Thanks for the wonderful day. Help me use it to further your work.” What a wonderful prayer! You can glance at a coworker during a meeting and say, “Lord, I know me and Sue over there are not the best of friends. In fact, I

Shiloh Baptist 100 Pine St., Diboll 936-829-4158 Solid Rock Missionary Baptist 16663 FM 2109, Zavalla 936-897-3099 Wakefield Baptist 3253 FM 357, Diboll 936-829-3988

Catholic

Our Lady of Guadalupe 100 Maynard Rd., Diboll 936-829-3659 936-829-2690

Church of Christ

New Center Prospect 534 New Prospect Cemetery Rd., Pollok 936-853-3468

Church of Christ 100 Arrington, Diboll 936-829-3285

Oak Flat 3447 FM 2109, Huntington 936-876-2063

St. Cyprian’s Episcopal 919 S. John Redditt, Lufkin 936-639-1253

O’Quinn 7433 N. US Hwy 69, Pollok 936-853-2319

Methodist

Primera Iglesia Bautista de Diboll 1113 N. Temple Dr., Diboll 936-465-8736 Pine Grove 5632 FM 1818, Diboll 936-829-3289 Pollok 1053 Paul Townsend, Pollok 936-853-2835

Episcopal

Allentown Congregational 2339 FM 843, Central area 936-671-2468 Beulah Congregational 12182 FM 58, Lufkin 936-829-3584 936-634-7840 Burke United 124 Blue Jay St., Burke 936-829-4491 Faith Community Ministries 8166 S. US Hwy 59, Diboll 936-829-4799

Prairie Chapel 308 Silva Rd., Diboll 936-212-0806

First United 401 S. Hines St., Diboll 936-829-4470

Prairie Grove Missionary 155 Prairie Grove Rd., Diboll 936-829-4586

Huntington United 458 S. Hwy 69, Huntington 936-422-4362

Redtown Missionary Hwy 7, Pollok 936-853-2064

Harmony Odell 2928 Knight Wood Rd. Huntington

Salem Missionary Baptist 965 Ralph Nerren Rd., Huntington 936-876-3211

Highway S. Main & Franklin Huntington 936-422-3652

Shawnee Prairie 14792 FM 1818, Huntington 936-422-3769

Perry Chapel CME 1114 Cypress St., Diboll 936-526-9685 Pine Valley Congregational 1472 FM 304, Diboll 936-829-1114 Ryan Chapel 555 FM 2497, Diboll 936-829-3818 Shady Chapel Hwy 147, Zavalla 936-897-9988

don’t like her very much at all. Help me God understand that you place people in my life for a reason. Help me show her Christian love even though it may be hard.” You can even pray while backing up the car, although please don’t close your eyes for this one! Making time for God should be a priority. God provides calm, stability, and peace in our lives. In all the hectic daily living, wouldn’t it be nice to have the love of the Lord cover us in a warm embrace? Won’t you make time for Him today? *** CATFISH! GET YOUR DELICIOUS FRIED CATFISH! The church will be selling catfish dinners on Friday, May 24 Dinners cost $8 and include catfish, French fries, hushpuppies, and a dessert. Lunch times are from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner times are from 4:30 to 6 p.m. You can dine in the church fellowship hall or call to set up delivery. This is a

St. Paul’s United 1505 S. John Redditt, Lufkin 936-634-7810

Nazarene

Lufkin First Church of the Nazarene 1604 S. Medford, Lufkin 936-634-9443

fundraiser to help pay for our new playground. We appreciate your help. *** Can you make a joyful noise? The First United Methodist Choir is looking for you! Join them for practice on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m. in the sanctuary. They perform each Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Come and join the fun. *** First Untied Methodist Church has much to offer. Youth, 6th grade - 12th grades, meet on Wednesdays and Sundays. YUMYS, (PK4-5th grades) meet Sunday afternoons. Sunday school for all ages and groups begins at 10 a.m. each Sunday. Worship begins at 11 a.m. each Sunday. *** Come out and meet us; come and let us know what we can do to serve you. We want to welcome you into the family of God. Come join us as we worship our Lord. Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors!

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Pentecostal

Abundant Life Church 434 W. Main St., Zavalla 936-897-9997 Diboll First United 708 Hendrix, Diboll 936-676-6738 New Life United 482 S. Gibson St., Huntington 936-876-9046 Ora United FM 2109, Huntington 936-897-2066 United Pentecostal 256 Colwell St., Zavalla 936-897-2856

Other

Church of Christ Jesus 100 N. Beech St., Diboll 936-829-3276 Church of the Living God 1002 Cypress St., Diboll 936-829-4844 Faith Family Church 7020 S. US Hwy 59, Diboll 936-829-9673 Grace Gospel US Hwy 69, Zavalla 936-897-2218 Huntington Church of the Living God 1008 N. Main, Huntington 936-876-3953 James Chapel True Light Holiness 1803 FM 844, Huntington 936-876-3697 St. Thomas Spirit and Truth Ministries 803 S. Temple, Diboll

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HISTORY, BIZ

Thursday, May 23, 2013

30 Years Ago: Flappers win Hushpuppy Olympics One Year Ago

Diboll High School athletic department host Lumberjack 5K and Fun Run. Top finisher in the men’s division is Robert Smith with a time of 16:40 and the top lady finisher is Jessica Mays with a time of 23:33. Diboll ISD trustees vote to renovate two classrooms in the former kindergarten building into a reception area, principal’s office, nurse’s office and a media center/computer lab. City of Diboll awards Lumberjack Drive rehabilitation’s project to Drewery Construction Company, which bid was just over $1 million. Diboll Garden Club names Ruby Barber’s yard at 200 South Hendrick Street as Yard Beautiful in Diboll. Shared Ministry of Angelina County United Methodist shares God’s love at the “Change the World” event. Local Methodist churches, Diboll First United Methodist Church, Burke Methodist Church, Ryan Chapel Methodist Church and St. Paul’s Methodist Church in Lufkin host the event.

Five Years Ago

Angelina County residents and friends mourn the loss of longtime popular Free Press editor Gary Willmon who dies at age

30 Years of Diboll Free Press Clippings A Public Service of The History Center 51 after a long battle with Crohn’s Disease. John Gullett retires after 20 years as manager of Atlas Roofing Company of Diboll and is given a surprise retirement reception by his employees. Diboll High School senior football standout J.R. Youngblood receives $100,000 East Texas Baptist University football scholarship. Diboll High School Bandsters raise $1,800 for working Sonic Band Day. Trinity Missions of Diboll host promotional car wash while prospective customers tour facilities. Mary Ingram, Diboll High School educational counselor receives the Ted Moore Champion for Students Award at the annual DHS Renaissance Academic Banquet.

2-1 over Bridge City as standout pitcher Christie Worley throws no-hitter. Texas Governor Rick Perry appoints Mike Waters to the Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers, which licenses and regulates athletic trainers in Texas. Twenty Angelina College students are initiated as charter members of the Rho Alpha Chapter of Alpha Beta Gamma, an international business honor society. Student Angela Jones is the charter president.

Twenty Years Ago

Diboll’s Steve Rodgers of Boy Scout Troop 128 attains Eagle Scout rankings. Diboll High School’s Megan Paresa receives $500 scholarship from the Leadership Tomorrow Program. Hudson Lady Hornets close in on state berth with

Demetrius Cunningham and Estela Morales are named 1993 Mr. and Miss Diboll High School. Diboll City Council approves police reserve patrol program. Diboll ISD trustees deny request by seniors who failed TAAS. Trustees unanimously adopt policy requiring all seniors to meet Texas Assessment of Academic Skills test in order to participate in graduation ceremonies. Zavalla Mayor Opal Grant cuts ceremonial ribbon to officially open Cassels-Boykin Park as a county park at Lake Sam Rayburn. Angelina County assumes

heart for what wrecks His. In the situations around us, we all agree that somebody ought to do something. What not be that somebody? Offer a hand to those that are hungry or thirsty. Don’t just stand around waiting for God to download for the hundredth time verification that you need to get active. Just

do something! God has already given you many, many things to do. I am praying for you today. I am praying for God to give you a holy discontent. I am praying that He will help you to be dissatisfied with being content with the status quo. May He stir up such an unrest that you have to get

Ten Years Ago

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Thirty Years Ago This Week

A secret recipe must be the key to success for this group of ’20s “flappers” from Diboll State Bank, winners of the first place award in the financial institution division of the Hushpuppy Olympics this year. Charlotte Parish, Sarah Wright and Sherri Anthony cooked up the winning hushpuppies for the third consecutive year. maintenance and upkeep of the park from the state. Diboll’s Lakeview Baptist Church celebrates 41st anniversary. Diboll High School seniors Emily Sloan and Chris Roberts receive the 1993 Diboll High School W.F. Pate Award (athletics/ academics).

Thirty Years Ago

Annon Card, retired executive vice president of Texaco and president of

Texaco Europe, is elected to the board of directors of RepublicBank of Lufkin. Newly elected officers of the Diboll Band Boosters for 1983-1984 are Nora Bell Mullins, president; Alice Ellender, vice president of high school; Billie Lamb, vice president of junior high; Linda Maxey, secretary/treasurer; and Dee Hodsden, reporter. Top students for the 1993 Diboll High School graduating class are valedictorian Karen Ingram

and salutatorian Susan Beene. Diboll High School Lady Jack track star Sylvia Mitchell receives scholarship to University of Texas-El Paso. Time Inc. proposes Temple spinoff of its Temple-Eastex and Inland Container companies. TempleEastex chief executive officer will be Joe Denman and Inland chief executive officer will be Clinton James. The new company will be run by Clifford Grum.

sorts of things that you can do. Even better, ask God, and then actually do something. Get involved. Make a difference. Little children are going to bed hungry at night. Some are going to bed without a parent present in the home for they are out doing who knows what. Some are abused. Some are dying.

You and I have got to get involved. We have to help break the cycle of abuse. We have to step up to the plate, and hit the ball that comes toward us. Get in the game of Life, Eternal Life, and help others get ushered into the Kingdom.

TEACHER Cont’d America today needs Jesus more than ever. As Pastor Jeremy said Sunday, we are not to condemn and be hostile to those of the world. We are to love them where they are, as they are. We are to add the love of God into their lives by being the extension of God’s hands. Ask God to wreck your

up and do something for Him. If you cannot think of anything, I can. Contact the Lufkin Dream Center at 936-875-4176. They are in desperate need of male and female mentors. They can always use helping hands to do all kinds of things. If you need further ideas, call me. I will put you in contact with all

Jan Allbritton is a Diboll resident who teaches at St. Cyprian’s Episcopal School.

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

SCHOOLS

Sorting and saving

Interact Club students worked HARD recently at the East Texas Food Bank. They sorted 28,000 pounds of donated food into boxes to be given out to local food banks – which comes to 21,875 meals total, or 725 meals per volunteer. Their efforts saved the Food Bank $1,375 by not having to hire workers to do the sorting.

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Something to cheer about

Diboll High School cheerleaders for the 2013-2014 school year, front row, from left, are Alexis Rios, Abbie Kettering, Jayden Springs; middle, Esmeralda Tamez, Presley Havard, Aubrie Arellano, Jordan Eldridge; and back, Chaney Wyatt-Chittum (cheer sponsor), Meghan Wagner, Mikayla Sudduth, Amanda Faircloth, Mikayla Tolly and Katy Dubose.

Masons help with Fantastic Teeth Fan Club The Burke Masonic Lodge 833 recently visited the H.G. Temple Elementary School to pass out kits to each first grade student. Nurse LaDonna Garza facilitated the interactive lesson. She was assisted by Burke Masonic Lodge members Raymond Lenderman, JD Johnson and Bob Hutson. After the fun educational lesson, the students enjoyed showing off their healthy smiles and shaking hands with these gentlemen. The Fantastic Teeth Fan Club provides free prevent tooth decay kits to first graders in school districts nominated by a local Masonic Lodge. With the help of Texas Masons, we were able to provide kits to 53,704 children across the state last year! The program is sponsored by Masonic Home and School of Texas

(MHS). According to Oral Health In America: A Report of the Surgeon General, tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease—five times more common than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever. Poor children are affected by this epidemic more frequently than other children, with nearly 12 times more restrictedactivity days due to dental issues than children from higher-income families. With more than 1.5 million Texas children living in poverty, there is a great need for this type of program. The problem directly affects success for children, with more than 51 million school hours lost each year to dental-related illness. Teachers have judged both

Members of Burke Masonic Lodge, Nurse Garza and Temple Elementary School Students pose with dental care kits.

classroom performance and classroom behavior to be significantly poorer among children in need of dental care. Pain and suffering due to untreated dental disease can lead to problems in eating and speaking, as well as, learning. In addition, overall health of the child can be affected by dental problems. The dental care kits contain: • Toothbrush and toothpaste • Healthy teeth sticker • 2 minute timer (correct time to brush teeth) • Pamphlet describing MHS services • Dental floss • Dental health brochure in English & Spanish For more information, visit the website at www. mhstx.org or call 817-5031500.

Help grads transition into adulthood (StatePoint) Transitioning from high school to the next life stage can be a time of excitement for young people, but it can also be a time filled with uncertainty. Whether one is off to college, entering the workforce, or starting another big adventure, he or she may need extra emotional support at first. Experts say that parents and caregivers can play a big role in ensuring the transition is a success. “Whenever your child is going through a major life change, it’s important to consider his or her mental health and general wellbeing,” says Dr. Thomas K. McInerny, President of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). With that in mind, the AAP is offering the following tips for parents and youth navigating this important time of life: • If your child is going to college, make sure he or she is familiar with the health and mental health support services on campus. • If your child has a mental health diagnosis, such as ADHD or depression, be sure to ask the college staff what kind of medical infor-

mation they will need related to your child and how to set up prescription refills if needed. Talk to the college about special housing and academic accommodations, if necessary. • Contact your child’s pediatrician, who can be a good source of advice. In addition to ensuring your graduate has had all the vaccines and other preventive health care recommended for this stage of life, your pediatrician can also help you prepare the way for your young adult’s continuing mental and emotional health. • Once your child is settled into his or her new routine, keep in close contact and try to get frequent readings about how he or she is doing academically and socially. While you can’t stand sentinel outside the dorm room, you can remain supportive from a distance. • Is your child entering the workforce? Even if he or she is remaining at home for a time, life will still change dramatically. Be sure to give your son or daughter extra space as a young adult, but offer help navigating new responsibilities, such as paying bills and managing health care responsibilities.

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• Once a teen graduates and leaves home, alcohol, drugs and sexual activity may become much more accessible.  Making poor choices can have lifechanging results. Continue to have conversations about peer pressure, good decisions and consequences. • As always, stay connected and be attuned to the warning signs of depression and other mental health issues. Look for “red flags,” such as excessive sleeping, excessive moodiness, obsessive body-image concerns and personality shifts. • When it’s time to “graduate” to an adult doctor, your pediatrician can arrange for the transition to care by an adult health care provider. More health tips can be found at www.HealthyChildren.org. Parenthood doesn’t end when your child turns 18. By offering emotional support, you can make the transition from high school to the next life stage a smooth one.

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Diboll downs Hudson again; Hargrave next Last week, Diboll baseball coach Edd Trotter talked about his team’s goals. “Our goal each year is to get to the playoffs. If we win a district championship then we win it; but, winning a district championship doesn’t always get you to Austin, and that is the goal,” Trotter said, responding to questions about facing Hudson in the regional quarterfinals. Hudson defeated the Lumberjacks twice during district play and was District 20-3A champions. However, for the second time in three years, Diboll advanced in the playoffs with a victory over Hudson – this one 3-0 on Friday at Angelina College. The Lumberjacks now face the Huffman-Hargrave Falcons in a three-game series at Adam Dunn Field in New Caney. Game 1 is at 7 p.m. Friday, May 24. Game 2 will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, followed by Game 3, if nec-

essary, 30 minutes later. Against Hudson, Diboll scored its three runs in the fifth inning. With one out, Sergio Castillo singled. With two outs, Isaac Hernandez drew a walk. Tony Hernandez then hit a single that plated Castillo with what would be the game-winning run. Isaac Hernandez scored on a wild pitch, and Eric DeJesus singled to score Tony Hernandez. DeJesus pitched Diboll to victory, tossing a completegame, two-hitter. He struck out two, but also walked two and hit three batters. One of the walks and two hit-batters loaded the bases for Hudson in the final inning. However, DeJesus coaxed a groundout to end the game. Huffman defeated Bridge City 5-4 in comeback fashion to advance. Bridge City led 4-0 through more than half the game.

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Abbie Kettering represented Diboll High School girl’s golf at the 2013 UIL Region III-3A Golf Tournament in Panorama Village in Willis, last month. She is a junior at DHS and this is her second time to make it to the regional event.

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