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Tira News for May 12, 2010

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There will be a work day at the North Hopkins Cemetery on Saturday, May 15, starting at 1 p.m. Shirley Glossup says that any help would be appreciated in getting the cemetery and chapel ready for their Memorial Day Homecoming, which will be held on Sunday, May 30.

The North Hopkins baseball team will be facing Overton in area playoff games on Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m. at New Diana. A third game will be played on Saturday at 3 p.m., if necessary for the two out of three win. The softball girls finished a good season last Thursday.

Mick and Linda Petty had her son, James Humphrey and her mom, Fay Burns over for lunch on Mother's Day. Their daughter, Tara Petty, and Mike Owens came for a visit later in the day.

Dacy, Mike and Elise Campbell treated Yvonne Weir and Debra Campbell to Mother’s Day dinner at "the Melting Pot" in Addison. Dakota and Heather spent Mother’s Day at the Weirs.

Alice Hall and Yvonne Weir traveled to South Dakota on Monday to see Alice's newest great-grandchild.

Sandra Wester and Suzan Miller went to Natchitoches, La., on Friday.

After arriving they did some sightseeing, shopped at The Book Merchant, and enjoyed dinner at Papa's Grill on Front Street across from Cane River Lake.

They met Carolyn Miller for breakfast on Saturday and then went sightseeing and shopping.

The Kaffie Frederick General Mercantile, Louisiana's oldest general store, was a favorite spot.

Carolyn and Sandra watched softball games Saturday afternoon between Northwestern State University and the University of Texas-San Antonio.

Suzan and her brother, Barry, went to see the movie “Iron Man 2.”

Saturday night Cassie Miller went with Carolyn, Suzan, and Sandra for dinner at Mama's Oyster House on Front Street (right next door to Papa's).

On Sunday Sandra and Suzan went to Hodges Gardens State Park and then headed to Texas, arriving home late Sunday afternoon.

Robert and Laura Jones spent Friday night at Relay for Life. Laura says, “It was the best one yet!” On Saturday they and Chris and Theresa Carrell went to see Casting Crowns and Toby Mac at Quik Trip Park in Grand Prairie. They report, “The music was awesome!”

Malcolm, Tiffany, Landon, Morgan, Kenden and Jaidyn Joslin took supper to Malcolm’s parents, Floyd and Mary Ellen Joslin, in Sulphur Springs on Saturday night and they all enjoyed the meal together in celebration of Mother’s Day.

I met our son, Delayne Vaughn, in Dallas on Friday night and we went to the Dallas Opera for a performance of “Madame Butterfly.” On Saturday I went to Broken Bow, Okla., and picked up my mother-in-law, Grace Vaughn. She is spending a few days with us and visiting other family and friends. Delayne, Tiffany, Malcolm, Landon, Morgan, Kenden and Jaidyn joined us for Mother’s Day lunch on Sunday. Chip cooked steaks on the grill and the men cleaned the kitchen! It was a real treat!

I’ve been having trouble receiving some of my emails, so if anyone sent news that is not included, please let me know. It is definitely not left out intentionally. Thank you.

If you have any news pertaining to Tira residents, past or present, please contact Jan Vaughn at 903-945-2190 or 903-438-6688 or  by sending an e-mail to:

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