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MNkLAKOFF NEWS Page 3 Division I iiii The R0gem Rep000 iJii Rating Goes , , MHS class favorites elec- "Fish" decided upon William The Tigerette track team MHS Band b tions were held last Wednes- Killingsworth and Tai will be in McGregor this day with the Student Senate Shelton. Friday to compete in their in charge of the voting Tiger thinclads will be in third meet of the season. process. Elected as favorites Kerens this Sautrday running MHS FFA'ers are heading of the "Class of 77" were H.L. in the Trinity River Relays. into their busiest time of the Beaubien and Cindy Dawson. Action will get underway at year. Next week many Gaining top honors in the 9:00 a.m. I urge you to FFA'erswillparticipateinthe junior class were Chuck journey over to Kerens and annual Henderson County Chapman and Andra White. to give the local tracksters Livestock Show. They are Sophomores selected Gilbert your support as they need it also busy preparing for the Smith and Tommy White as just as much as the football 28th annual FFA Rodeo. their favorites while the and basketball teams did.  Which will be held May 13 The Malakoff High School Band received division one ratings in both concert and sight reading contest held at Henderson County Junior College on Friday March 25. The contest is an annual event sponsored by the Cardinal Band at HCJC. The contest provided an oppor- tunity for bands going to UIL Contest to perform their music for criticism and a rating. Judging the contest this year were Dr. Neill Humfeld from East Texas State University, Mr. John Blassingame from Ennis High Shcool, and Mr. Raymond Thomas from Cartlege High ATONCE'These but they'll not come in a Barnett, Estber Mewboum, Drake. Both reddents and School. The sight reading Volunteers for the group as they have in this Lavern Perkins, Pat Calk, businesses are being called on judge was Dr. Kenneth Crusade will be posed photo. Among those Lisa Rogers, CarolFort, Elsie to contribute, according to Muckelroy from Texas house calls door-to- participating in the annual Hines, Darlene Hughes, Mary Nannie Drake, Malakoff Eastern at Tyler. contributions Cancer Crusade for Malakoff Newland, Lois Harris, Hilda general chairman. [Staff The Tiger Band performed month of April, are [from left] Mrs. Joe Jo Anding, and Nannie Photo by Tom Herline] "Brittanny March" written by Sivanich, "The Black Crusade Readied For Malakoff Area Knight" by Clare Grundman, y and Drake of Malakoff at work in the Malakoff area district chairman for the chairman for the during April as the Cancer drive. Mrs. Drake will Crusade. Society conducts a door-to- conduct the business drive in emnouncecl this week door campait. Malakoff. be ..Esther Mewbourn is The residential drive is unt, Arrests Highlight Week , and capture of a away from an officer, and the an armed robbery Malakoff police wee&. a.m. last Friday, Myers received a stolen 1968 was traveling from Waco. and stopped on Highway 31 and placed the man but he broke and fled into a area. Chief Richard an Athens police Sheriff's deputies and Marion and a Eustace searched for the raan until daylight, Was found by Wilson in a hayloft on' 31. A Waco man to County Jail on of auto theft and arrest. Same date, Wilma aedd she was at a on Hithway 31 two men pulled a her purse personal effects, and a $92 check. 1Yl by Officer i yers, Deputies and Bonnie R-ollison the 28th of who were With aggravated The purse and all Were recovered a small amount of of the Trimble vehicle into McKee Lumber. The Trimble vehicle collided with the Kennard whicle, inflicting heavy damage to both vehicles. I'here were no injuries. Chief Wilson investigated. On March 23, a car driven by Lois H. Kinabrew of Malakoff was traveling north on Food Fare parking lot and a car driven by Dewey Dodson of Malakoff was traveling ea,.t on the parking lot. Dodson did not see the Kinabrew vehicle and collided, causing heavy damage to the Kinabrew vehicle and nmderate damage to the Dodson vehicle. No injuries. Wilson investigated. On March 22 a Car driven by James H: JOhns of Malakoff was traveling east on 31 and a car driven by Clint R. Mewbourn of Malakoff was traveling west on 31. Johns turned onto 90 in front of the Mewbourn vehicle causing the Mewbourn vehicle to collide with the Johns vehicle, and Mewbourn's car" in turn hit a car driven by Lena S. Vieregge of Malakoff. Mr. Johns was taken to Tyler Medical Center with a con- cussion. The vehicles were heavily damaged. On March 23, a car driven by Mitzi L. Smith, Mabank, was going west on 31, and a car driven by Lela S. Quinn of Trinidad was traveling east. The Quinn vehicle had stopped at the light at the intersection and then pro- ceeded on in front of the Smith vehicle, and the two vehicles collided. There was considerable damage to the Smith vehicle and small damage to the Quinn vehicle. Chief Wilson investigated. Cemetery Association, Seeks Tractor Funds Malakoff Cemetery Asso- ciation is seeking special memorial donations to help pay for a new heavy duty mower purchased for cemetery upkeep. C.O. Dodson said that a John Deere 210 had been purchased at a price of $1.611.13 from Phillips Appliance. He said the tractor normally retails for $2,069. The tractor has a 42-inch cutting blade and is fitted with a trailer dump to haul off Livestock Show Giving Calf Members of the Henderson County Livestock Show Ass- ociation are in the process of distributing tickets for one- dollar donations toward "winning a calf, according to superintendent Bobby Tindel. Tindel reports that the calf is provided to the Association by the Henderson County Dental Association as a means of helping finance the youth show expenses. The drawing for the freezer calf will be held Saturday, April 23, at 9;00 p.m. during the Little Britches Rodeo. Winner of the calf need not be present to win. Tickets will be available up to drawing time. Vote For Waft Norman Jr. for Trustee Malakoff School Disbict 27, Officer Clark Vehicle on Highway and arrested a man for public excess soil and fill in sunken spots in the cemetery. A $700 gift, a memorial to Dan Royall Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Royall was received from Mrs. Dan Royall Sr. and Dan Royall Jr. Citizens State Bank contributed $100 as a memorial to Oscar Phillips St. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bradshaw contributed $100 as a memorial to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Goodgame. Dodson said he was pleased by the response to the need. but said additional Special Memorial donations are needed to complete the raising for funds for the purchase which was not in the associa- tion's budget. He said all contributions would be appreciated. Cemetery funds are in good shape, with perpetual care funds in certificates of deposit at the bank drawing interest. scheduled through April 5, Mrs. Drake said. Zone chairmen and some of the committee workers were listed this week by Mrs. Drake. Losi Harris is zone 1 captain, with the following working with her: Jeannette Quinn, Jackie Ragland, Ora Carrigan, Christi Baird, Helen Kilman, Kay Hounsel, Lela Belle Dodson, Dianne Slaton and Colleen Hernandez. Zone 2 captain is Mrs. Joe Barnett, with Carol Fort, Barbara Garrison and Margaret Joe Bradshaw assisting. I.W. Brown is zone 3 captain. His street workers were not available.' Zone 4 chairman is LaVerne Perkins, with Darlene Hughes, Pat Calk, Oletha Rogers, Mary Newland, Bobby Rogers, Eva Wright, Bonnie Johnson, Loretta Vieregge, Edd Racker and Estelle Lee helping. Zone 6 {Star Harbort captain is Edna Foot, with workers list was not available. Zone 6 {Star Harbor) captain is Edna Foot, with Kathy Pretorious, Elsie Hines and Jeanne Walker assisting. Faye Parkins will conduct the drive in the Fishermen's Wharf area. Hilda Anding is in charge of Highway 90 South from Faulks to the Hayes. Coney City business drive chairman is Travis Matthews. Mrs. Carroll F. Anderson is Coney City residential chairman. ,;.: :;:: :::: Menu ,.r April 4 - 8 Monday: Beef and Noodles, Green Beans, Glazed Carrots, Hot Rolls and Butter, Appit sauce, Milk. Tuesday: Salmon Croquettes, Black Eyed Peas, Hominy, Cornbread, Fruit Dessert, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburger with Cheese, Lettuce, Pickle Slices, French Fries, Catsup, Cookies, Milk. Thursday: Salisbury Steak, Buttered Rice. Pinto Beans, Hot Rolls, Butter, Jeilo, Milk. Friday: Barbecue on Buns, Whipped Potatoes, Baked Roans, Cake Squares, Milk. Happy Holidays The operating account is Winston Reagan about as usual for this time of year. he said, with mowing Appointed To time arriving. The association also owns two other mowers, a five- horsepower riding trim mower which is in good shape and a small follow mower for work in the curbed area in the old part of the cemetery. The associaiton also has assorted tools, including wheel- barrows, shovels, rakes and the like, he said. Contributions may be sent to the Malakoff Cemetery Association in care of C.O. Dodson, P.O. Box 505 Malakoff, Tex. 75148. Committee Henderson County Judge Winston Regan has been named to the Trinity Basin Advisory Committee By Gov. Dolph Briscoe. The committee was formed to comply with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 which require states to conduct waste treatment management planning. We Can Handle All Your Commercial Buiz  Tmc Long &  Had Wodonen's Compemtion Call: Kmns 392952  396,7116 /OE SItE00ARD INSURAN00 Adv. Paid for by'Watt Norman Jr., l 25, Myers on Highway alld arrested a Ben alan for no driver's "Greensleeves", a traditional number arranged by Alfred Reed. The three judges rated the band all first divisions on their concert numbers which 26, a car driven Airheart of Was traveling east to Dulaney's Auto a car driven by of Waco was atop on a slippery hit the Airheart behind. There Injuries, but both Were heavily Chief Wilson 24, a car driven D. Trimble of "was traveling west ) driven by Athens, east, turned in front is the highest rating that is given, in music contest. The sight reading was "Mirrors." The band played this number with having seen the music before and was awarded a first division. Sixteen bands part'icipated in the contest. Malakoff was the only band in class 2A that received all first divisions from all of the judges both in concert and sightreading. Other 2A bands were Wills Point, Canton, Kaufman, and Brownsboro. The evening was climaxed by the performance of the HCJC Select Band giving a concert. Directing the band was Dr. Humfeld. Students from Malakoff in the band were Jimmy Crouch, Stephen Rogers, Jeff DuBose, Chip Souza, Camille Cliver, Cindy Newman, Lisa Shelton, Suzanne Mattingly, Jan Yarbrough, Mary Parks, Tina Green, Cheryl Owens and Jan Adams. Trinity River Authority Jubilant Over Status and 14 at 8:oo p.m. Students will be dismissed for the spring break {alas Easter holidays) at the conclusion of the school day on Friday, April 8 and will not return until Monday, April Trinity River Authority authority; Trinity Improve- 18. officials were jubilant last ment Association director The election of school board week at word that the Trinity Dan Dwelle of Athens, members will be held this River project has been includ- Henderson County Judge Saturday at the cafeteria on ed in a list of water legislation Winston Regan, Chandler; the Elementary campus fron approved by the Carter Linden Lewis Athens; Ron 7:oo a.m. to 7:00 p.m. I want adminstration. Lacey, Athens, A1 Inmon, to encourage each and every The approval by Carter Malakoff; Joe Greenhaw, voter, whether or not you means that the socio-econom- Seven Points; Robert Fields, have children in school or not, ic studies being done by the Athens; J.W. Hays, Payne to get out and vote. You will U.S. Corps of Engineers will Springs; Andrew Gibbs, be offered a wide variety of be completed, according to Mabank; Jack Taylor, choices as seven candidates John Jadresich, information Mabank; Phil Gibbs, Mabank are vying for three spots. So if officer for the TRA said last Billy Norwood, Star Harbor; you care anything at all week. A.M. Thompson, Malakoff, about the Malakoff school TRA officials were appar- and John Cain, Athens. system get out and VOTE!!! ently successful in attempts to show the Authority's plan to end the proposed Trinity River canal short of Dallas would not only have enough money to make the project feasible, but would leave the canal in the project for those who had approved it in a bond 'Ours To Remember' Jr.-Sr. Prom Theme "Ours to Remember" was The entertainer was Charlie issue election several years ago. At that time the Dallas- the theme of the 1977 Junior- Flowers who gave a talk on Fort Worth area rejected the Senior Prom yhich was held the importance of being thankful in life. The class will project while other counties- on Saturday, March 26 at the down-river approved it, but HCJC ballroom. The junior was read by Loraine Herline the Dallas-Fort Worth vote class sponsored the prgram and the prophecy wa read_b v was enough to defeat the bond and did the decorations. Rhonda Monk and Chuck issue overall. The ballroom was decorated Chapman. Music was provi. Trinity River project proponents will fly to Washington April 5 and 6 to attend public hearings on the Trinity River Basin appropriations before the Public Works subcommittees of the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate. nue Paschal To 00nti Ambulance Service Paschal Funeral Home will continue to offer 24-hour ambulance service to the Malakoff, Trinidad, Cedar Creek Lake area as it has for the past seven years, it was announced this week by Don Paschal and Jerry Hinkle. In a formal statement issued to area newspapers, Paschal and Hinkle said. "We were pleased to see the county commissioners have said, very clearly, that they will not subsidize, in any way, the Athens ambulance service. We totally support their position on this matter." "Subscription drives are fine. but we have found that the average family only utilizes an ambulance once every 12 to 15 years," the statement continued. "We with blue and white starred ed by a band called Eakow streamers and silver stream- Frout. ors which waterfalled from the The junior class officers ceiling. "Stairway to Heaven" the senior class song, was charicatured by a mural be- hind the head table. Pictures were taken in front of a flowered gazebo. Scott Estes, junior class.. president, was the Master of which were in charge of the prom were president, Scott Estes; vice president, Rhonda Monk; secretary; Andra White; and treasurer, Dana Wilson. Senior Class officers are president, Ronny Brown; vice l Attending from this area Ceremonies and gave tile president, Gail Venable; will be Bruce Smith, Tool, welcome. The response was secretary, Donna Hughes; chairman of the Trinity River given by senior class presi- and treasurer, Rhonda Cox. dent, Ronny Brown. The The senior folors are blue invocation was given by and silver, their symbol is the Greg Sullivan and dinner was star, and thor motto is:"We catered by the Hickory Log of cannot journey without lear- Athens. Barbecued beef, and. ing footprints, and others will sausage were served, follow where we go because we " have marked the way." think that the ambulance should be paid for only by those who use it when they use it." "We will continue to offer our services for the same low rates that we have in the past," the statement said. "There will be no mileage charge or requirement that you be a member." "We are a private enter- prise and do not wish those that do not use our service to subsidize or underwrite or financial operation," the satement concluded. Subscribe To The News Wldtes Imslt AN OPPORTUNITY FOR TEXANS ! Want to be your own buss? Own your own business! Each dot on the map indicates a city where WHITES is seeking a franchise to open and operate another WHITES AUTO STORE. 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