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TheMa_lak_offNew~, Thursday," April I$, 1981---8A ~jorette for two years, feature for three years, and has first division ratings on her at the state level every lys the clarinet and has in a clarinet quartet, twirling, at the U.I.L. and Ensemble Contest participated in sports a member of the basketball team and year and has the Varsity basket- three years. This was awarded Honorable rict team. been a member of the for four years, and this in the school's One play won district this awarded Honorable play then went to area, to the All-Star Cast. member of the National school's Julie was voted a member of the First Church of Malakoff. in the Youth Choir and a Sunday School teacher her activities in school, is dancing. She dance for fourteen now a member of the my at Cooper's School of plans to major in fall and has hopes /ith 292 is the daughter of Ben She has at- schools for twelve this time, she has been numerous activities and been a member of the Society for three years treasurer her senior a member of Who's American High School as vice-president and junior class, and elected Miss M.H.S. She is of the Student Senate played on the Tigerette for four years, gaining mention this t a member of the Fighting years. She was a years and a of the First Baptist She is the piano for the "Celebration" Sad the small ensemble Lisa plans to attend ity and major in was ranked fourth with She is the daughter of Gawlik. four years of high been active in many Kim is a three-year Honor Society Served as secretary her and vice president this been in the Student years and served as this year. Kim has for two years. a member of Future America. During her she was elected in American High been a member of the two years. Last year Kim was a reporter for the Tiger Growl. This year, Kim won first place in the Malakoff Art Society Art contest. She is a member of Saint Edward's Catholic Church. Kim Plans to attend Texas Woman's University in the fall and major in fashion design and minor in art and economics. KIM TARKINGTON Kim Tarkington finished fifth with 278 honor points. She is the daughter of Valdean Davis. Kim has been attending Malakoff High School for three and a half years. During that time she has been a mem- ber of the Fighting Tiger Band and a majorette for three years. She served as head majorette her senior year. Kim has been a participant in U.I.L. Solo and Ensemble Twirling Contest for three years and has advanced to the state level every year. She has been a member of the National Honor Soceity for three years. Other activities include being on the annual staff, being a member and of- ficer of the Spanish Club, and being a member of OEA as well as treasurer of that organization. Kim was chosen to appear in Who's Who Among American High School Students both her junior and senior years. She also appeared in America's Famous Names and Faces. Kim is a member of the First Baptist Church in Malakoff. She is a member of the Youth Council and she sings in the Celebration Youth Choir. After graduation Kim plans to attend Tyler Junior College for a degree in computer science or some other business related field. CllARI,OTTE KAY TRULY Charlotte Kay Truly is tied for sixth place in this year's graduating class with 259 honor points. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Truly of Tool. She has been attending Malakoff schools for the last five years when her family moved to Tool. During her high school years, Charlotte has been a member of the Future Homemakers of America (FHA), the journalism staff, and a member of the National Honor Society for three years. She was the FHA sweetheart her junior year. She was also a member of Who's Who Among American High School Students. This year Charlotte is in the VOE--Vocational Office Education-- Coop program and works as a typist for the Malakoff Independent School District. After graduation. Charlotte from page one has prepared herself for a secretarial career. MARIUM VENABLE Marium Venable tied for sixth with 259 honor points. She is the daughter of A.H. and Geveva Venable of Tool. She is a twelve-year senior at Malakoff High School. Marium has participated in numerous school activities. She was a FHA member for two years and an of- ficer for one year. She has been a mem- ber of the National Honor Soceity for three years, a journalism staff mem- ber, and Student Senate parliamen- tarian for one year. Marium has participated in many U.I.L. events and has won awards for prose, poetry, One Act Play, and jour- nalism events. Acting in one act plays is her favorite of these U.I.L. activities. Marium is involved in the Vocational Office Education.Coop program this year. Marium enjoys working and ear- ning on-the-job-training in Seven Points as dental assistant for Dr. John Loaf. GAYLON EDWARDS Gaylon Edwards is graduating eighth with 252 honor points. He is the son of Ms. Fay Edwards of Malakoff. During his four years at Malakoff High School, Gaylon has been very ac- tive. He has been on the Junior Varsity football team for two years. He has been involved in the One-Act Play for three years and is currently starring as Nell Krogstad in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House. Gaylon has also been in F.F.A. for two years; last year he won the highest honor that can be given to a first year agriculture mem- ber, the Star Greenhand award. Gaylon is also a member of the Malakoff Tim- ber Trails 4-H Club. He holds the office of Council delegate in this club. Gaylon has been a member of the spanish Club for the last two years. Gaylon has also been selected to be in Who's Who Among American High School Students ( I: i ERNEST JENKINS was sworn in as Mayor of Trinidad by outgoing mayor Lamesa Silliek. Jenkins was elected mayor in the April 4 election and sworn in at a meeting of the town council April 7. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavail) Trinidad city councilmen held a mayor LamesaSillick. tment of the town marshall until the special meeting Tuesday, April 7, to April 21 meeting. canvass the votes of the April 4 election During the meeting the council ap- and to swear in Ernest Jenkins as new proved a resolution permitting the Also sworn in at the meeting were in- mayor, trade of land for construction of a park, cumbent councilmen Arthur Arnold Jenkins was sworn in by former and postponed a decision on the appoin- and Irma Dickey. for 1981. Another of his recent accom ................................................................................................................................................................ plishments was third place in the Malakoff Art Society Contest. Gaylon's hobbies include drawing, horseback riding, reading, writing, skiing, camping, swimming, hunting, and fishing. He also is a member of the First Bap- tist Church in Malakoff. His future plans include attending Henderson County Junior College for two years and then transferring to Texas A&M or Sam Houston, majoring in agricultural sciences. "All progress is based upon a universal innate desire on the part of ei'ery m:ga-nism iOiive beyond its~inri, me.T, .......................... Samuel Butlei' Roads.School menu APRIL 21-24 BREAKFAST Monday: Teachers in service. Tuesday : Cereal, juice, milk. Wednesday: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Thursday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Teachers in service. Tuesday: Corny dogs, baked beans, diced peas, peanut butter crunch, milk, Wednesday: Meat balls and gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, h Eolls, applesauce jello, milk. Thursday: Vegetable soup, chicken salad sandwich, crackers, cookies, milk. Friday: Hamburger, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, cheese squares, french fries, fruit, milk. 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