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, By CHARLES WOOD organization is the basic what Malakoff High to accomplish. Thts organized through Texas requirements and requirements. The Agency requires a of 18 credits for graduation. to build a higher quality GOvernment education program for our students, Malakoff High School requires 22 credits for graduation. A candidate for graduation must have successfully completed all cour- ses required by the Texas Education Agency and Malakoff I.S.D. The following are Texas Education Agency credit requirements and Malakoff I.S.D. Credit requirements for graduation: Malakoff I.S.D. Credit Requirements 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 9 22 Texas Education Agency Credit Requirements 3 2 2 1 1 1/2 1 61/2 18 I I.S.D. required credits total the students must cam- credit requirements to required 22 credits for This is done through elec- Elective courses are a to their areas Malakoff High a wide range of elective of these elective courses" IV, Spanish I & II, Biology Chemistry, Trigonometry- (advanced math), Shorthand, Band, Music Theory, Ap- Vocational Office Education, Vocational Homemaking, Vocational Agriculture, Distributive Education. According to Theodore J. Kowalski, (NASSP Bulletin) quality organization in instructional programs should meet certain requirements. First, there should be some provision for continuity. This is the review aspect of what has been learned. Second, there should be' emphasis placed on sequence. Sequen- tial planning allows for learning at greater depths. Finally, curriculum organization should be made to meet the needs and interests of the student and the community. e e MRS. KATY GARDNER CHILDRESS Mrs. Katy Gardner Childress, 75, of Bismarck, Ark., died Thursday, March 26, 1981 in the St. Joseph's Memorial Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark. She was a lifelong resident of Hot Springs County, Ark. and was a mem- ber of the Pleasant Hill Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Rev. Clark Childress; one son,, Ferrell Childress of Glenwood, Ark.; two daughters, Mrs. Cleda Freeman of Trinidad and Mrs. Linch Small of Min- den, La.; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Pleasant Hill Church of Christ with Dr. John Small officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery by Murry-Ruggles Funeral Home of Arkadelphia, Ark. JAP LUCAS Funeral services were held Friday, March 27, at 2 p.m. for Jap Lucas of Athens. The services were conducted at the First United Methodist Church with the Revl Archie Fleming officiating. Burial was in Athens City Cemetery with Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home in charge. Lucas, born in Malakoff July 26, 1910, died Wednesday, March ~, following an illness of several months. He served in the state legislature from 1935 until after World War II. He hosted a daily radio viewpoint program for almost 30 years on KBUD from Athens, and was owner of Lucas Har- dware. Survivors include his wife, Venita; one son, Hugh Lucas of Dallas; one brother, Mack Lucas of Longview; one sister, Mrs. Mary Lucas O'Quinn of Athens; and grandsons, Kyle and Kevin Lucas of Athens. Pallbearers were Tommy Smith, Dr. N. D. Geddie, Jr., Ronnie McElroy, Joe Short, Ralph Reaves, Cody Thompson and Alton Laney. inflation and the rising greatly concern most even those fortunate and able to hold a what your life would be were simultaneously cam- disease and facing; Care costs averaging over Aglow Garlock Mne Garlock will be guest Nigh Aglow Women's in Athens April 7 at 7 will be in the on Corsicana St. was born and educated with a B.A. degree in education from Central Bible Springfield, Me. She holds a certificate in French ISsels, Belgium. She has the Oral Roberts Assn., Y ars in Brussels, Belguim ss]gnments where she and Christian to John Garlock, an r at Christ for the Nations. He pastor for Dallas worked at home for as a free-lance She has just cam- 17 countries on three con- $10,000 per year. Coping withcystic fibrosis (CF), its costs, and the comprehensive treat- ment that the disease requires, are everyday traumas faced by thousands of American families. Everyday, five children are born with CF and everyday three people die from it. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is working to change these statistics through its prografl s of research, patient care, and public and professional education. These programs are funded by events such as the Mixed Men and Women's Baseball Tournament which will be held April 18th with registration begin- ning at 9:00 a.m. There will be a $5.00 tax deductible entry fee per person. The deadline for registering is 11:00 a.m. April 18, 1981, with the first game being played at 12:00 p.m. To pre-register, and for more infor- mation, contact Lana Perkins at 489- 1143. JOHN J. RAY JR. Funeral services for John Jefferson Ray, Jr., 57, of Athens,, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the chapel at Foster and Brown Funeral Home with Rev. Grover C. Bishop, Rev. Bill Slayton, and Rev. Charles Wigley officiating. Interment was in Oaklawn Memorial Park with Foster and Brown Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. For a better school district vote for APRIL 4 MISD Trustee Pd, Pal. Announcement by Jan Sneed, I'm Joe Dingier, a disabled veteran candidate for mayor of the city of Malakoff. The disabled veteran has been forgotton or overlooked through the years. He went to fight and won the war, but now he is no longer needed. If you think a disabled veteran can do the job admirably then vote for Joe B. Dingier on April 4th for mayor. I promise to live up to the office if I should be elected. (1%1. ad paid for b~ J,~ a. D|nltler0 B.n ~)7, Malak.ft. '1"~.} Start a Continental Plus (checking plus interest) account and we'll even give you your first order of checks...free! Check Plus...worth checking into! The Most 502 E. Royall Blvd. Malakoff, Texas Member FSLIC Principal Office-Freeport, Texas The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 2, !98!7--5A .kS Mr. Ray Tuesday in a local hospital following a short illness. He was born Sept. 24, 1923, In Cor- sicana and had lived most of his life in the Athens area. He was an employee of the Texas Clay Products at the time of his death, was a veteran of the U. S. Army in World War It, and was a mem- ber of the First Assembly of God Chur- ch. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gloria Dean Ray of Athens, two daughters, Mrs. Debra Lynne Jones and Mrs. Gloria Denice Qulnn, both of Athens; mother, Mrs. Ona Ray, Athens; three brothers, Rev. Jim Ray, Corsicana, Bill Ray, El Campo, and George Ray, Trinity; three sisters, Roads community~ She was a housewife and a member of First Baptist Church in Trinidad. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Lila Strange of Trinidad; two sisters, Mrs. Archie Denning of Athens and Mrs. S. D. Kimbrell of Grand Prairie; and several nieces and nephews. Malakoff Cemetery donations Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Waller, in memory of Kelly Whitehead, $15; Mrs. Harold Latham, in memory of Kelly Whitehead and Margaret Jo Bradshaw, $15; Mrs. F.A. Hubacek, $25; Velma E. Nokes, in memory of Grace Henderson, $10; and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bond of Cor- sicana, Mrs. Kitty Warren, Troup, and $100. Mrs. Naomi Richards, Bethel. Pallbearers were Bobby Cross, Billy Comer, J. B. Newland, Junior Files, Bobby Pillow, Eddie Cribhs, Charley Malcomb and Julia Vargas. Honorary pallbearers were Flnias McLure, Billy Walker, Charles Oliver, Dr. N. D. Geddie, Jr., James Hurt and Joe H. Browning. LILLA MAE QUINN Funeral services for Mrs. Lilia Mae Quinn, 77, of Trinidad, were held at 2:30 p.m. Monday in First Baptist church in Trinidad with Rev. Dan Boles of- ficiating. Interment was in Trinidad City Cemetery under the direction of Paschal Funeral Home in Kerens. Mrs. Quinn died Saturday in Cor- sicana after a short illness. She was born April I, 1903, in Cross William A. Evans, Hamburg, N.Y., klTlLt r I i * S Incumbent Malakoff I.S.I). rrust(r It',d, ad paid for hy Charle. M,,rtm,,*, lb. I, Mah, k.,ff, Tx.) Cross Roads Families in Action ~n the War Against Drugs will meet Mort- day, April 6 at 7 p.m. at the Cross lloa,l~ School cafeteria. Guest speaker for the evening ~wil be Henderson County Sherifl Ch;~rlie Fields. Parents are urged to attend the meeting, to show their concern for their child's safety and health, or the saiet.y and health of a neighbor's child "Become involved in your child's life," a spokesman said. "Show ~hem you care." LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE apnt fo~ MAYFLOWER Estima tes without obligaliozl 214-874-4221 Highway :~] Corsicana, rex:is / AS LOW AS THE RADIAL OF THE P166x13 Whitewall F.E.T.: $1.89 Whitewall SIZE P165x13 P185x14 P195x14 P205x14 P215x14 PRICE SIZE PRICE $44 P205xlS $$8 $49 P2]Sx15 $60 $S2 P225x15 $62 $S$ P235xlS $57 F.E.T. $1.89-3.11 Free Mounting! SIZE PRICE A78x13 4 for $ 99 B78x 13 4 for $119 C78x 14 4 for $124 E78xl 4 4 for $140 F78x 14 4 for $1 $0 G78x14 4 for $155 G78x15 4for $160 H78x15 4 for $165 L78x15 4 for $170 We have good used tires from $5 and up! " nment inspect tires *Sot castor and camber *Set toe-in Most cars Chevettes, Front wheel drives, I.beams extra Most American cars IIIIII IIII II IImi V/fd' II I I II I UJL I rvlce Install new shoes and pads REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS Turn drums and true rotors Bleed and refill system with fluid. Your choice 4 wheel drum or disc/drum lype IIII Shook's the only way to go! RAIN CHECK POILCY: Shook lira /;om;l,~ ~,,~(~ every effort to insure adequate supplies ~,f ~,~Ies items, Despite these effects certain s=zes and ~roduc~s may be lemporardy out of stock In these cases, rain checks are always ,ssued except when the sale pertai.s 10 clearance items or indicates quantittex limited, Prices goo0 lhru SaturcJ~ly 405 E. Tyler * 675-5712 * Manager: Ted Lewis OFFER 30-60-90 Days Same As Cash Service Sales: D.B. Pirtie April 7, 1t