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4A.--The Malakoff News,.Thu_~da_ y., Ap~l_le_~, 1__~_.1 By LOR! CALLAWAY the guitar and banjo. Keith Upchurch, president of the Local FFA officers opened the Malakoff FFA Chapter, welcomed ceremony. Included among those was guests and members to the annual Upchurch, president; Rickey Bailey, Parent and Member Banquet held vice president; Shelly Surls, secretary; Tuesday, April 7, at the elementary Gene Perry, treasurer; Vic Kirkland, cafeteria. The banquet began at 7 p.m. reporter; and Todd Monroe, sentinel. and following the welcome by Upchur- Each FFA member introduced his ch the invocation was led by Ronnie or her parents or other special guests. Speed, junior FFA member. Also recognized were guests Jim Fort, Special entertainment during the Alfred Williams, Steve Johnson, C. E. dinner was provided by Rickey and Joe Anderson, Jack Murray, Willie Wilson, Bailey who played several selections on Joe Johnson, Owen Robertson, Mark SONJA STREATER was presented as FFA Sweetheart at the annual banquet April 7 at the elementary school cafeteria. (Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) FOR a SALE GOOD APRIL 15-22 Flat of 63 Plants only $4.00.,,t ursery Gary Reeves Hwy. 31, Malakoff Ralph Reeves Jock, Gregg Perry, Ralph Carter, Bo Carter, Mike Grossman, Jackie Ray Ewing, Gene Berry, Phillip Spivey, Terry Ticknor, Tommy Barnett, Don- nie Locke, Joe Cox, Randy Watts, Richard Jordan, Johnny Ewing, and Lori Callaway. Vic Kirkland presented Proficiency Awards to Rickey Bailey, poultry; Lee Hull, dairy; Craig Spivey, beef; Kris Camp, rabbit; Micheal Gregory, swine; and Kirkland, ag mechanics. and David Markham; Quiz team: Johnson, Carl Tarkington and Raymon Shelly Surls presented Melissa Branch, Paul Paulson, Michael Butters; Livestock Judging team: Todd ter Farmer Award to Warren Riddle and Curtis Ballard; Poultry Monroe, James Jackson and Vic der, and Todd Monroe Judging team: Craig Spivey, Tim Mat- Kirkland. Star Greenhand Award to tingly, John Tanner, and Ronnie Speed; Gene Berry of McKee Lumber in Miss Sonja Streater was Land Judging team: Michael Gregory, Malakoff was presented as the as FFA Sweetheart and Warren Alexander, John Newland and Honorary Chapter Farmer. a gift by Upchurch. Keith Stenovitch; Dairy Judging team: The Coop Award was presented to received the Leadershi Ty King, Mark Mitchell and Charles Ray Durmon, FFA member who is era- Advisors for the local Ward; Grass Judging team: Jerry ployed by Malakoff Feed Store. JohnnyMattingly Rickey Bailey introduced the judging teams. They include--Farm Skills first :i team: Bonnie Tanner, John Tanner, :: Mark Mitchell, Buhba Mattbews, and Gary Woolverton; Farm skills second team: Carl Tarkington,, Mark . Singleton and Scott Duncan; Radio:: ...... team: Jerry Johnson, Rickey Bailey and Bruce Chapman; Chapter Farmer .... Chapter Conducting team: Michael ......... Gregory, John Newland, Gaylon Ed- wards, Shelly Surls, Norman Ashton, By KATHI PHINNY School isn't always as boring as most students seem to believe it is because the school week April 5-10 was anything but boring for high school students. Monday, April 5, Operation Kick-It from the Texas Department of Correc- tions brought a presentation to the students as living proof that crime doesn't pay. Two inmates told their life stories, the crimes they committed, and how they are being punished now for abusing the freedom that once was theirs. On Tuesday, the Air Force band "New Approach" from San Antonio had students and faculty alike "rockin' and rollin" with their renditions of pop, soul, and country hits. The first division one-act play cast and crew journeyed to Belton to com- pete in area competition on Wednesday and Thursday. Julie Sneed, a senior, was named to the Area All-Star Cast. The lady Tigerette track team par- ticipated in the District track meet in Westwood on Friday, and juniors were making final arrangements for the Junior-Senior Prom on Saturday night. MALAKOFF FFA OFFICERS-pictured left to right, front row, is Rickey Bailey, vice president; Todd Monroe, 1 Shelley Surls, secretary; and Vic Kirkland, reporter. Back row is Keith Upchurch, president and Gene Perry, (Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) '1 : / Foil Coveted 6rach's Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Easter Eggs 99c Ten Per 8ox MIg List $1 49 Brimlul of Goodies Brach's Easter Basket Specially For Your Favorite ~ IBWII MIg List $3,gB -L. o Fantastic Bargain Gift Wrap 2 Sheet pack - 12 Designs Mfg List 65' for Sl.00 Sweet Tooth Special Brach's Medium Marshmallow Eggs Mfg. Ust Every Basket Needs Some, $1 29 Chocolate Favorites Her W's Pastel Kisses 9 oz. Package-Real Milk Choco,a,e Mtg. List st,s, Sl.27 Super Sound Savings Gran Prix AM/FM Pocket Radio Shirt Pocket Size-Wdh Earphone Mfg. 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(Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) tea By FILANK CHAPPELL AMA SCIENCE NEWS EDITOR Asthma means a physical condition in which the sufferer has a very hard time breating. Asthma, says the American Medical Association's Handbook of First Aid and Emergency Care, results from the narrowing of the airway bronchial tubes. Often, but not always, an attack results from exposure to something to which the victim is allergic. Infections, colds, changes in the weather or emotional factors also can lead to an at- tack. Symptoms of asthma are difficulty in breathing out, or exhaling; a wheezing or whistling sound as air is expelled; nervousness, tenseness and fright; coughing, heavy perspiring; nausea and vomiting; bluish tinge to the skin due to lack of oxygen; victim finds it's easier to breath sitting upright; choking sensation. If it is the first episode of suspected but undiagnosed asthma, seek medical attention. If a doctor cannot be reached, take the victim to the nearest hospital. Comfort and reassure the vic- tim, particularly a child who may be frightened by the experience, since emotional stress may make the con- dition worse. Keep the victim sitting upright. If attacks have occurred before, give the victim the prescribed medications according to his doctor's instructions. Do not give the victim anything else without physician's advice. Report the attack to the physician, even if the vic- tim seems better after a day. Some asthma symptom immediate medical happens if the medication prove breathing; if barely be heard; inability to creased bluish tinge to skin; more than 120 beats per creased anxiety; victim shoulders and chin to get air. These symptoms mean the' near collapse from and needs help or nearest hospital emergency sponsor If you like basketball and have a little The game is scheduled bit of country in you, then what would April 28 at 7:00 p.m. in be more hilarious than a donkey gym. Adult tickets cost $2.: basketball game? The Senior Class of tickets are $2.00, and Malakoff High School is sponsoring a school age $1.00. Tickets maY donkey basketball game between the in advance or at the door. juniors and seniors. association is pleased to announce our and Phone 214/595-1095 ca Tyh,r, Te~a" to serve the people of Malakoff and the Cedar Creek area with Allied Gasoline and Motor Oils