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Page 8 -MALAKOFF NEWS- May 6, 1976 &apos;Health Fair' Offers Free Tests, Exhibits A "Health Fair" with a variety of health information exhibits and tests will be held at the National Guard Armory in Athens on Wed- nesday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The innovative program, planned as an annual event in the future, is sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary of the Henderson County Med- ical Society. Admission and all exhibits and tests are free with the exception of the mobile x-ray unit, for which there is a nominal $5 charge, said Mrs. Ben Johnson, a member of the auxiliary. Among the the all-day session are chest x-ray, a Mantoux skin test for tuberculosis, diabetes screening, blood pressure checks, blood typing, vision and hearing screening and a breast film and a life-like model for teaching how to check for cancer lumps. A number of films for all ages will be presented in addition to the one on detecting breast cancer. The breast film will be presented several times during the day. "We are very excited to present this health fair and feel that it is a very worthwhile service to all ages," a t)okesman said. COWGIRLS -- The Cow- They are [front row, left to girls are competing in the right[ Nanette Brimer, Lee Girls Major Division of Ann Rainwater [back row] Malakoff Little Dribblers. Coach Paula Moore, Thma ALLIGATORS ...... The Allgators are competing in the Girls Senior Division of the Malakoff Little Dribblers competition. Pictured, from left, front, Jackie Barron, Kim Combs and Becky Robertson; [back health and community health is a primary concern of society and a Health Fair can be a successful educa- tional vehicle in achieving this with good public partic- ipation." Schools, clubs, businesses, churches and individuals were urgl to participate fully. In addition to the testing to be provided by physicians or public health nurses, there will also be health exhibits as follows: Anti-smoking, Seventh Day Adventist Church; American Heart Associa- Lio.l : Family Planning !i  Baker, Shelly Surls, Bonnie Tanner and Shrimp Barnett. [Staff Photo by Tom Her- llae] row] Cindy Hughes,, Tai Shelton, Debbie Holt and Coach Gary Ashlock, [Staff Photo by Tom Hedine]. as State Department of 6 year old girls, and occa- Health; dental care booth, sionally a Sunday School Henderson County Dental class. Debbie has been a Society. nutrition, County member of the Tiger Band Extension Service; Ameri- for four years and in the can Lung Association; En- stage band for two years. vironmental Health; Mental She plays flute and alto Health and Mental Retarda- saxophone. She has also lion Center; child abuse, served as the director's Texas Department of Public secretary. Debbie was Welfare; Boating Safety; chosen to Who's Who Texas Department of Wild Among American High Life rodentcontrol; resusita- School Students during tion, Athens Fire Depart- 1974-75. She was elected ment; camp safety, Boy "Most Talented" in the Scouts; drug abuse display; senior class and is presently and a doctor recruitment serving on the Student booth. Council. Debbie has been a Little Dribbler member of the Drama Club and FHA. She was in the Results Given :::: RODEO For Past Week from .ge o.. Last week's Little Drib- bler action provided the following results: The Flyers beat the Tiger- ettes 12-4. High scorers for the Flyers were Lanna Har- ton and Mandy Rogers with 4 points each. Lisa Hendrix and Becky Harris each had 2 points for the Tigerettes. The Cowgirls beat the High Hoopers 5-4, with Lee Ann Rainwater scoring all 5 points for the Cowgirls. Becky Gawlik and Michelle Ashlock each scored 2 for the High Hoopers. The Bobkittens bested the Twisters 19-12. Marilyn Davis scored 14 points for the Bobkittens and Dana Hughes scored 10 for the Twisters. The Alligators came out on top of the Lakers 16-14. Debbie Holt and Tat Shelth each had 6 points for the Gators, and Lori Rogers had 10 for the Lakers. A mixed team beat the Blue Bells 21-17. Debbie Shook had 11 points for the Blue Bells, and Sheryl Jack- son had 8 points for the mixed team. Henderson Is Disclosed r Henderson County, which has had recorded production since 1934, last year pro- duced 1,585,365 barrels of oil at the rate of 4,343 per day. Production in 1975 boosted Henderson County's production total through the end of the year to 108;433,046 barrels. In 1975, 30 counties pro- duced more than 10-million barrels of crude oil, with Henderson County dropping below that figure and off the list compiled last year. The top six, all with production in excess of 52-million barrels, retain generally the same order as last year, although Hockley County has moved from seventh to fifth and An- drews dropped a notch to sixth. Arena directors, Larry Massingill and Randy Mon- roe; pickup men, Gary Spi- vey, Ervin Mathews, Buster Carter and Jimmy Mat- tingly; judges, Phillip Spi- vey and Steve Johnson; stock furnished by Bobby Henderson of Kerens; flag- men, Dicky Sorrels, Ricky Sorrels and Johnny Hughes, loading chutes, Jimmy Rob- ertson and Shell Costilow. Arena gates, James Fer- guson, west; Charles Mc- Cleary, center, and Olan Dukes, chute gates; time- keepers, Gary Ashlock, Jack Benton, and Debbi Ryburn; charge of records, Ken Hayes, Mike Mattingly, Lynn Wymore and Jerry Stone; gate keepers, Jim Bob Ferguson, Jerry Garri- son, Steve Arthus, and Bill Baird; parking cars, Bonner Poole, Ned Alvis, Jim Hall and FFA Freshman Boys; clowns, Ken Spivey, Red Tarkington, Howard Hos- kins and Tommy Carter. Malakoff High School Stage band will present the National Anthem each night. Ambulances will be kept on hand by I.W. Brown of Brown's Martuary and Jerry Hinkle of Paschal Funeral Home: ....... .. ' Malakoff Sewage Flow Is Allowed The City of Malakoff has been granted permission to increase the amount of sew- age effluent it is discharging into Cedar Creek while it continues to sewer improve. ment program. The city is now permitted to discharge an average of 216,000 gallons per day of treated wastewater into a creek near its disposal facility, which in turn runs in Cedar Creek and the Trinity River. THEARMY RESERVE PART OF WHAT YOU EARN IS PRIDE. BOBKITTENS--TheBob- Pictured are [front row] kittens are competing in the Sharon Cannon, Connie Major Division of McKinnerney, Renes Malakoff Little Dribbles. Dmmond, [back row] Coach Barbara Cannon, Pamela Welborn, Marilyn Davis, Leah Keisling and Shella Justus. HIGH HOOPERS-- The right] High Hoopers are competing Vicki Jones and Traci Girls Major Division Newman, Iback row] ,off Little Dribblers. Shannon Hartmess, Michelle Pt m [t; le to Rhonda Agpaiza, Ashlock, Becky Gawlik, Helen Barton, and Coach La Donna Bartmess. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline.] 24 Hour Wrecker Servtce Auto Repair Service Tires and Tubes Open All Day Saturday Tanner Motor llO E. Mitcham COn 489-1292 EXXON HONORS from page one Junior Play and zs now working with the cast of the Senior Play. Debbie plans to attend Henderson County Junior College in the fall. LARRY WYMORE Larry Dean Wymore is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Wymore of Malakoff. He is Vice President of the Stu- dent Council and was elected "Friendliest Boy" of the Senior Class. Larry was selected Home and Family Leader of Tomorrow and was listed as a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Corpora- tion. He has been a member of the National Honor Soci- ety for three years where he now holds the position of Treasurer, a member of the FFA for three years where he served as Chapter Presi- dent last year, and currently is a member of the Senior Play cast. He was among the students chosen for Who's Who Among American High School Students his junior year. Larry plans to attend Henderson County Junior College in the fall and major in mathematics and science. CHARLES FLEMING Charles Fleming, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Fleming of Tool, is<me of the honor graduates this year. He attends Providence Mis- sionary Baptist Church in Tool. Charles has been a member of the Tiger football team for three years, played basketball for one year, and a member of the FFA for three years, where he served as Chapter Sentinel last year. Charles was chosen to Who's Who Among Ameri- can High School Students his junior year. He plans to attend Henderson County Junior College in the fall and major in mathematics. FLORA ESTES administration. MARY WALKER Mary Aileene Walker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker of Mala- koff. She is a member of the First Baptist Church of Malakoff. Mary has repre- sented the City of Malakoff in various local pageants. Mary was chosen DAR Representative by the high school faculty members. She was a member of the Student Council last year and serves as Treasurer for the Council this year. Mary was elected "Senior Class Favorite" by the student body. She has actively participated in Pep Squad, FHA, and Drama Club. Mary was chosen to Who's Who Among Ameri- can High School Students for 1974-75. She participated in her Junior Class Play and is presently rehearsing for the Senior Play. GREG HUTCHINS Greg Hutchins is gradua- ting as an honor student. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs. David A. Hutchins of Wood- ville. Greg is a member of the First United Methodist Church of Woodville. He has been a member of the" Student Council and played basketball for two years. He was also on the golf team his junior year. Greg was selec- ted to Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents in 1974-75. Greg plans to attend Southwestern Uni- versity at Georgetown and major in history. You are invited tree shower Melinda of Ricky May 15th at 3 Martha house past Market in Mabank. CARD OF We want to many friends food, cards, sympathy loss of our dad May God bless The Children and CARD OF We wish to friends and good deeds and comfort, flowers, at the loss of our The Family of ] I would like everyone for the recent school and who placed through their Sincerely, Eddie McNeese The word rascal! meant a thin worth hunting. Flora Estes, daughter of Mrs. ArseUa Estes, is an honor graduate of the senior class. Flora is a member of the Church of GOd of Mala- koff, where e, ,. Sunday ool class, and is active in all youth programs. She is a Vice-President of FHA, where she has also served as Parlimentarian and has been a member for four years. Flora has been in the National Honor Society for three years, Drama Club three years, and has served as Class Treasurer for one year. She also participated in the Junior class play. Flora is also a Student-Aide at the Malakoff Elementary School. She was selected to the Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dgnts in 1975-76. Flora plans to attend Tyler Commercial College this summer where she will study business Texas TH0000OU, . . WITH ITY ALWA Because we understand that in time bereavement the little things are so important, we strive to maintain digniff in all our arrangements. CARROLL & Funeral Home MOTHER ! ,,  % ... On this special day for all your '! thoughtfulness , You've cared for all our needs. You've shown your love each Thanks Morn, for being a wonderful 00SAVINGS &LOAN mm m_ m 500S. 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