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The Heartbeat of the Progrewive Territory of Nation's Most Versatile Industrial Climate Located at Dam of Texas' Largest Lake Year Malakoff, Henderson County, Texas, Friday, February 26, 1965 Number Eight The Student Council of Malakoff Elementary School BAKE SA I.E The Malakoff Senior- ,~ill morning, February 27 in the PUBLIC SCHOOL WEEK The need for the public school never changes, but times and conditions may change or require to be changed meth- ods and practices of public education. This is inherent with anything that grows, for growth is the resu!t of change. Our Texas pubJic schools were created 111 years ago. In 1854 the first law was passed establishing the public s+.'hoo!. It is a healthy thing in our democratic way of life to have intelligent understanding of the import'+.nt fu,ctiona of ,*ur ?asi institutions. This is especially true of the schools. The initative and resourcefulness and the wisdom and leadership that our schoo!s are inculcating in the youth of today are the answer of the problems of citizenship in the years ahead. ,{ 99 Yes, "bring me men to match my mounts ns. That is the need of our tirne+s and must come from the public school: schools that are strong in virtues required for building strong men and women. We can be assured of this and do our part in under- standing and helping the public schools to fulfill their oMi. gation to our times by being a participant in the annual Public School Week, March 1 through March 5.1965. Schools will ho!d open house; accept their hospitality, and you v:ill enjoy the experience of going back to school -- if but for a day. The application contained the necessary ten signatures of qual- ified voters in thc City of Trini- dad and reads a.s follows: "The undersigned, (hereinafter called applicants, each being a qualified voter of the incorporated t~,vn of Trinidad, IIenderson Coun- tV, Texas, do hereby make this *heir application under the provi- sions of Article 666-32, Vernon's i Texas Penal Cede, to the County ! Clerk of Henderson County, Texas ! to issue applicants a petition to be i circulated among the qlmlified vot- !ers of Trinidad, ttenderson, Coun- t}', Texas for the signatures of those qualified voters in such in- corporated town, who desire that An application was m a d e Texas, for the purpose of de- Wednesday to Anna Bennett, termining whether the sale of all County Clerk, for a petition to be alcoholic beverages for off-premise circulated among the qualified I consumption only shall he legalized within the pre~ribed limits of voters of Trinidad for signatures! of those who desire that a localt T'rtn~tad",~,~ he lssueHenders nto be votedC UntY'uponTeX-in election be held in Trinidad forlSUCh election shall be as follows, sale of alcoholic beverages for off-I to-wit: FOR the sale ot~ all alco- holic beverages for off-premise premises consumption only. consumption only; AGAINST the legalized ~le of all alcoholic~ beverages for off-premise con- sumption only. It is the hope, pur- pose and intent of the applicants whose signature appear hereon to see legalized the sale of alcoholic beverages referred to in the issue set out a}zJve." The County Clerk issued a peti- tion to be circulated among the voters of the City of Trinidad. This petition must be signed by twenty-five per cent of the quali- fied voters in the City of Trinidad and reads as follows: "The undersigned, (hereinafter called petitioners), each being a qualified voter of the incorporated town of Trinidad, tlenderson Coun- sponsor a bake sale Saturday I lobby of the Bank t'uilding. Pro-: a local option election be called ty, Texan, do hereby make this N ceeds from the sale will b in Trinidad, }lender.s County, their petition under the provisions ext week is P~btic Schoolt The total enrollmenz in t h ei used to finance the Senior trip. --~--------- of Article 666-:]2, Vernon's Texas eK m Texas which has become ~ "Cross Roads School this year is~ i . -- . Penal Code, to the Commissioners annual event in the educational! 116 the lowest in the past three ;: !r~r ~'I[~ II~hl'lt~kl Court of ttenderson County, rex- r ~ - sg am. It is a chance for -par- years- Th, school . perates six ii~'e "'*~"'I~" '''~1 a:% petitioning said court to order to see what the ~hools are'~ buses, has a cafeter,a, ar, d par-kf'lll~iPll II~t~ll~l~l~j4 ~ an election wherein the qualified ngforth ~ ~ ~ S~ ~ ~ nn~mmm iI~UlliSu eir children and to see t'.ci~ate, i the C unty ~iec'a. ~ i iM-im I~.---- 1- "r~ voters of Trlmdad, and Henderson ; their tax monies are being Te chers Ser,icewhich provides i vvlll ~~t, |~ (ounty, may by the exercise of st. As a public service, the! the school with a nurse and a ~i=L & ~o4b~=~ I m- - . .~s .Would like to present a gen-I counsellor. J~qkJl~|'=llV|~dl~|~| i tooal option determme whether or 1 ~aew of the public schools in! Basketball is one of the main i I firSt"" " ~e[~ols[ =| |. =1 eragesn t theforSaleoff.of premiseall,/- area. l ~. *'-" " th Cross Roads I An organizational meeting of ~ t sporting even~ m e ] tion only shall be legalized within ~ae t~ross l~,~ao ,~ ; :,L . . tro"hies bein~'t the Boy Scout movement in this[ ~enoo~ serves ~cnoo~ w*~a ,~,a,~ v ~1 I Dr. Carl E. Keightley. Editor of lthe prescribed limits of Trinidad, COmmunit~o ~r ~ ~.~a. I .~-.~ h t~ t,~s in various tourn- I area was nets rest ~nursaay mgnt I ~w Spring, Tri ~es and l amen~ and in the Little Oilers ] at 7.'00 at the Ole Smokey Lodge, i "The Texas Methodist,'. .a state-.1 [ Henderson, County, Texas. wlde Methodist pubhcation, w~ I I n r s Chapel ~ twelve-grade [ League ~ ownea ny xexas tAay rro~ucas, I " " [ Petit'o e s request that 'the ~ol was in operation there until l Cross ~ porticipat~s in the] Inc. [ ~at ~e ~00 a. m, WorshipI issue to be voted upon in such ele , when the school buildinglJunior High Inter-ScholasticI Sixteen adults attended the fish{ ~ervlee, $imdsy, st First Memo-ltion sludl be as follows, tu-w/t~ ned. After the new school was events in District 47-B in tract[ fa? Witehset~.elve boys of scouting/ distDr.Chur~.Keightley attended Little [beverages|FOR the legalfor saleoff.premise~all a~ohOHeeo~ ~pleted, a decision was made to land and literary events. [ ge pr Rock Junior College and is a grad. [sumption only. AGAINST the le- ~eonly eight grades. The school The faculty includes: first grade,l These twelve boys signed thet uate of the following instructions|gal sale of all alcoholic beverages ~des the facilities for their]Eula Thornton, B. S M. S.; sec-/Boy Scout application cards that[ Trinidad Tr ~" ,~ of learning: Hendrix College, Con-|for, off-premise consumption only. auates to attend Athens Mal- end evade, Betty Smith, B. S-;]night" Six additional boys have ojan lland in l-raeuce ~ession way, Arkansas, B. A.; Garrett| It is the hope, purpose and tn- ~f or Cayuga for theirhigh third ~racie, Claudine Gibbs, B. S.;lnow signed. ! Biblical Institute B. D. and North-|tent of the petitioners whose stg- western University, M. A. He also |natures appear hereon to see leggi- n" e~ucation. [ (see SCHOOL, page 5) l Rex King will be the Scout Mas- [ ~ ~ ~ ~, -- [~:.~'~<~~~7//~z~a holds an tlonorary Doctor of Di- [ized the sale of alcoholic beverages {ter. Louis Vieregge, Edwin Ar-I .ntlaJLa~oz~ J[~lxl{~ J[l~.e~[~3~r~l Svnovsis Oi Codar Creek Ithus, and Cotton Monroe will beI {~]I~ ]~" ~|~ ~,~At CLOTHING DRIVE vinity degree from Texas Wes-[referred to in the issue set out leyan College, Fort Worth. above." l the Ass]stunt Scout +lasher -. ----- THIRD IN A SERI~.~ I " tin s ~illbe ~ The Malakoff Schools are con- [ ~,- ~- ,~a + ~nree troop mee g. " " Band students .rein the Mala- dueting a clothing drive which -~ ~.t.~ ja,a, +held a month in the beginning, koff Hi,-h School par+ici-.-.*J :-- will end Friday, February 26. llle " . . . " + . + + * i,a tacu +nt - first lands to be included in the Cedar Creek Lake prelect i Two will be patrol and one will be; ,~ ~,;,+ ++h the T "- " N : + ~ne try-outs Ior me .'~eie.+t Band lne seno'. ; e a ,~ arrant Coontv Water Control and Improvement D~strlct + ).I, ;a regular Troop meetm~. Trans- - " ' ~, +L "~itAror, l+~,/~r. been purchased in the work area of the dam site just north of p:,rtation ,ill be furnished to the of 100 players last Monday night ~n:n 3a;i-ee ;~]e.oll~)it~:iothi'ni~" a'n:i 31 and A roximateh 3000 Ole ~:moKe~ Cabs ~hmh ~s loca+ at Henderson Count~ Jumor Col , about 4 miles west of Malakoff. - PP" .- '- .- . " . " " " ~- s " " - shoes for the children o)~ th~ were included in the initial purchase, i ed south of town. This recreation leze in Athens. Southern Applachian Mountains. This first purchase includes some 2600 acres from Miller andsp t contains 4fX) acres and the All of the Malakoff band stu- Anyone wishing to contribute '('abin. all of which will be made dents were chosen. They include: a 400 acre tract from William S. Hooper and a small tract of available to the Scouting Group. Priscilla Hearn, Nancy Phillips, and one-half acres from Ernest McAIlister, all in the M. M. Boy .Scout uniforms will be and Jeri Fowler, B-flat clarinets; The Water District is G W Ruth e tate bought in the near future and a Chris Drake, cornet; Sharon Hos- z sUrve.~. " " also in the process of closing out the pur- work system will be set up where-! + ~ Kins, bass clarinet; Franks Chum- of another a0 acre tract fm~2:n uy the Scouts can pay for their{bers' baritone; Drew Truelove, al- SOme equipment has been to the area fe; the make ready out-fits. ! to saxophone; Mike Chambers and on the Miller and Hollowav tract. Coring is to begin .soon for a i A meeting for adults will be Paula Rogers, tromtume; Michael - held on Friday, March 26. This Ly:~k t?andHS~i::y tH:P~: drums; location for the dam. meeting will be a follow-up to i ; Sandra Th OCTOBER 1960 . i evaluate what has been done and Andrews, tenor ,saxophone- and e Malakoff under the leadership of ' ' . " Chamber of Commerce, to makeplans for the future. Hlk-i Barbara Robertson, baritone sax- town s energetic and younger men, is now mapping out plarm to i ins and out-door activities are be-, ophone on the possibilities offered for the town's growth in the!ing planned for the immediate fu-TheL students will have three of Fort Worth's Cedar Creek Lake which is to be built north ! ture. rehearsals on the following dates: west of this community. Rex King will set up the firstMonday, March 8; Monday, March In the development of this 18-mile long lake, designed in the (see SCOUTS, page 5) ~ 15; and Tuesday, March 22. for the water supply of the city of Fort Worth, the local Chamber Bands participating in the Band the reservoir as the spark for more extensive efforts toward Festival will give individual con- development, certs all day at the College on The Malakoff Chamber, according to Secretary Finis Hardy, in- March 26. A night concert will t be given featuring the 100 Piece to promote an isis recreatmnal center' d capitalize on this prom" " g " }To Hove Select Band. Awards will be pre- atlest extent for the ~rowth and betterment of the entire Mai-:+ sented to each band that has area. "' i participated. ;e~tretary Hard,-, Vice-President Dan M. Royali, Jr and Came, HOUSe Sundayt udged[ the competition last Mon- . ~ormer President of the organization, made a plane trip to Fort . Band Director C. N. Wetzel, ::or.a conference with the manager of the Tarrent County ~,~ a- The pubhc is invited to attend i day in bass clarinets, alto etari- "mroi and Improvement District No. 1 which is in the process ofi an open house at the Lincoln*~ nets, bassoons, oboes and flutes. mg the reservoir as a fresh water supply for Fort Worth and I School on Sunday afternoon, Feb-i ~unty. ~ ruary 28, from 2:00 to 4:00. The Cit~ of reason of+ The new school building was Trinidad School Board g rapid -- ~ +-* alaL~toil, t namoer Olll lais point OUL, O? - i eompleted the last of December. Members Announce growth and cnv~c lm rovement during the ImSt te~ years, m a PO~i': " " " P " " " {Students and teachers moved into uon to offer the best community service of any other corn- the new quarters immediately. FOr l~-~K~OXl clothing and shoes to this worth- while cause should bring th - clothing to the schools at an:,' period during the sch~z,l ho:r.~. ~-+-F -,z,z" " +~+//',-'~: ):: +: ::: U: :::: :; ~:+ Malakoff Seniors Attend Career Day At E2 C The Seniors of Malakoff ,tlilzh School attended "Career I)ay' last Friday, February 19, in Commerce on the campus of East Texas State College. Mr. Neal Lawson, Mrs. Fay Le is, and Mr. S. R. Quattlebaum attended with the s t u d e n t s Twenty-seven out of a possible thirty'two Seniors went to the event. The students attended various interest meetings according to their future careers. A number of the boys went to the Agriculture Section; many went to the Elemen- tary School Teaching Session. Other students attended the Chem- istry, Library Science, and Dental Sections. The Seniors and their sponsors ate lunch at the several cafeterias on the East Texas campus. Supt. Lawson told this news re- porter that he had a wonderful time telling the group about the changes and tLe growth of the college since he had attended as a boy. Mr. Lawson went to school at E. E. S. C. from the forth grade to a Master's Degree. Seniors attending included: John Bailey, Francis Carter, Jr, Gary Carter, Kitty Cherry, Vanna Cook, Everett Dickens, Tony Ferrell, David Hull, William Hopper II, Thomas Howard. James Kelly, Gayle King, Ralinda Lewis, Vicki Lewis, Ronald Monroe, Leura Pal- mer, Sandra Parks, William Pow-] ell, Barbara Robertson, Michael] Rogers, L. D. Sanderford, RalphI ~hum~t~, Charles Skiles, Leonard] Teeth, Julia 'l mmell, Ray Tram-[ sell and Glynn Walker. l Dr. Carl E. Ke:ghtley An announcement from the Mal- learned that their decision to akoff City IIall revealed that three stand for re.election was made re- business men had offered them- luctantly and only after the urg- selves as candidates in the coming ing of friends and other business city election to be held in April. men did they consent to run again. Those filing an application with The city election will be ~h~ld on the ~-ity for a place on the ballot] the sixth of April. Absentee vet- are J- D. Waller, filing for Mayor,[ ing wil) begin March 17 and close George Riddlesperger, filing for lApril 2. alderman, and O. A. Phillips, Jr I Candidates seeking posP~ions filing for alderman should file an application with the In an interview with Riddle-Jolty for a plac~ on the ballot not sperger and Phillips, the Nrwsllater than March 6. e greatest population gain of any town in the area since the - hens. The town is defmitelv on the move Mr. Hardy said, and ar~ maki . ~, --. ag wide-spread plans to keep it moving. malakoff appears ideally situated in so far as the lake site is The dam, itself, is to be constructed within a few miles of City at a point just off the old Malakoff-Trinid~ road and about u~-th of State Highway 31. The south-east neck of the lake extteml directly north of the city to cross the Malakoff-Payne aml Eustace farm-~ market reads. With the assurance that water from the Cedar Creek Lake will available to the future needs of the City of MalakofL the local of Commerce will devote much of its efforts in seeking in- Feeldevel Pment for this area of the reservoir. ung a Personal interest in the huge new lake, by reason of its to this ommurdty, and its occupation of much of the acreage ~W~ed by many of the town's Hfe-long patrons, the reser- referred to in local circles as the Malakoff "Cedar Creek adjacent to the lake's shore line. Percentage-wise Malakoff The new building has ten rooms with a home-making cottage con- nected to it. The seating capacity in the high school rooms is 25. The Elementary rooms seating ca- pacity is 3.5. The science room offers the lat- est in scientific equipment. The library room is spacious with many new books added. During the open house, teachers and students ~I1 be in all the room~ to welcome the guests and act as guides. Refreshments will be ~rved in the home-making cot- rage. Prin. L. E. err urged everyone to attend the opening of the Lin- coln School and to encourage the students by displaying interest in the new school building. Three members of the Trinidad Independent S c h o e I District's beard of trustees whose term ex- pires have a n n o u n c e d they will be up for re-election. They are Hardin Airheart, Eugene Ber- ry and Glen Lindsey. Other board members whose terms do not ex- pire are J. C. Peebles, J o h n French, Hayes Hoskins and M'l- burn Johnston. Those who desire to have their name placed on the- ticket as a~ i candidate for trustee must file] thirty days prior to the electionI date which is Saturday, April 3. Forms for such filing may be pick-I eel up at the office of Win. F.I Sto~, mzperintendent of the I ~hooL 1 !