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Hog6 & Sons Book Bindery , in: Sprin4port, Mich. PRESS 1980 "The Heartbeat Ot This Progressive Territory" cents single copy EAR, NUMBER 18 Box 509, Malakott, Texas 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1981 O ROUNSAVALL to participate in this year's event, plan- Olin Dukes. The All Around Cowboy will be announcer. Pick-up men will be he right-of-way on ned to be the biggest and best of all. buckle will be donated by Green's Donnie Locke, Owen Robertson and Friday as the Events will include bull riding, scoop Western Wear of Athens. Phillip Spivey, Judges will be Steve FFA Rodeo Parade race, bareback broncs, wild steer sad- Johnson and Tommy Dickerson, and dling and barrel racing. Streamers to decorate the arena will Johnny Hughes will be flagman. 30 p.m. beginning at be provided by Joe. Tarrant Oil Co. and and following a Belt buckles will be presented for fir- Malakoff Lions Club members will be The Sunshine Girls Drill Team from st, second and third place winners in on hand as always to provide some of Canton will add a special performance each event. The high point senior com- the best hamburgers found anywhere. Saturday night. ~s will be held bothpetitor will be awarded the coveted Lions will operate the concession stand Arena directors will be Larry nights beginning Kenneth Spivey Memorial Award, a $50 throughout the two evening event. Massengill and Randy Monroe. Stock are 20 schools expected Savings Bond donated by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickerson from Jacksonville will be furnished by Junior Jacobs of Wills Point. and Earl Locke. In charge of the arena gates will be Clowns will be Mark Jock and Greg Olin Dukes, Travis Tarkington, Jimmy Perry, and Sonja Streater will Mattingly, Ralph Carter, Bo Carter and cepresent the Malakoff FFA as chapter Joe Johnson. Time keepers will be sweetheart. Terry Ticknor, Bonnie Tanner and Lisa 1981 officers of the local chapter are Morton. Keith Upchurch, president; Ricky Bailey, vice president; Shelley Surls, secretary; Todd Monroe, sentinel; Kim Locke, Shelley Surls and Gene Gene Perry, treasurer; and Vic Perry will be in charge of records, and gate keepers will be Charles Wood, Bob Kirkland, reporter. The arena is located two and one half Garret, Mike Grossman, Larry Surls miles south of Malakotf on ltwy. 90. .t Ivey was presented the Most Valuable and Curtis Ivey Player award for his contribution to the at the Malakoff All Tiger footballteam. in Athens Tuesday Gary Ashlock, Women's basketball coach at Henderson County Junior Presented the coveted College presented Miss Sneed with the Award, an attitude Vieregge Award. Athletic Director and each year to a Head Football Coach Phil Trice made female athlete, the Most Valuable Player Award as named Most Valuable Player for the Malakoff Tigers football He was presented a trophy at the Sports Banquet Tuesday s large crowd of athletes, parents and sports boosters. (Staff vail) Campana na edFighting er presentation to Ivey. "To be a champion an athlete must Other outstanding athletes who were give every effort you have to give," he presented awards included Brenda continued. Hoyt who received the girl's track Koy told the large crowd at the award', Sam Blair, who received the banquet that the greatest champion of boy's track award; Jessie Barron, who all is Jesus Christ. was presented the girl's basketbaU ttlis was the one perf :t life," he award and RichardBlairwho recteived sa~d, "with the ~ trt~, ~, The the boy's basketball award. Joe Campana was named the "Fighting Tiger" for 1980-81. Russell Tarver received the offensive award and Billy Whiteley received the defen- sive award. The Charles Turner Award, presen- ted annually by the Malakoff Chamber of Commerce, will be presented this year at graduation exercises, it was announced. The award has been traditionally given at the Sports Banquet, but will be broadened to include more than the athletic program of the school. The Turner Memorial Award is a sportsmanship award. Dr. Ted Koy, Dallas veterinarian and a former player for the Buffalo Bills professional football team, told Malakoff athletes that the "Spirit of competition requires setting goals." Koy, who played for the champion- ship University of Texas Longhorns during 1967, 68 and 69 and was a mem- ber of the 1969 National Championship team, said that "discipline, deter- ruination and desire" are the ingredien- ts for champions. "Discipline keeps one working to one step better than yourself; deter- mination allows one to take on your problems and set your goals to go after them; and desire to win places athletes in year round training for preparation," Koy said. mark of a champion is knowing how to bers of the coaching staff, cheerleaders be number one," he said. "The markof and athletes. a Christian is how to belike Christ." The Malakoff ltigh School Select Lionel Duncan served as master of Band, under the direction of John ceremonies for the evening and Rev. Brown, presented music prior to the James Cheatham presented the in-banquet and played the school song in vocation, closing. Guests were served a catered bar- In his closing statement Trice becue meal at the Henderson County challenged Malakoff athletes to con- Junior College Student Union Building. tinue to work to excell by setting goals, School Superintendent Jack Murray listening to coaches, and working welcomed the crowd of athletes, paren- within a team effort to achieve those to and friends. Trice introduced mem- goals. the thrill of the ride that many local students will find Friday and Saturday nights at the annual The show will start at 8 p.m. both evenings at the arena on Hwy. 90 South of Malakoff. (Courtly TOP ATHLETES at Malakoff High School were honored at the Sports Banquet Tuesday night. Pictured, left to right front row, is Brenda Hoyt, Julle Sneed, Joe Campana, Jessie Barton and Billy Whiteley. Back row, left to right, is Curtis ivey, Richard Blair, Sam Blair and Russell Tarver. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) Calendar of events RAINFALL REPORT During the first four months of 1901 the Malakoff area has received 12.65 inches of rainfall, according to Bro. E. P. Allen. January recorded 2.62 inches of rain; February accounted for 2.23 inches; March added 4.OO inches; and April had 2.94 inches. In comparison, the area received a total of 11.90 inches of rainfall during the same four months in 1900. January recorded 3.37 inches; February had 2.15 inches; March had 2.65 inches; and April of 1900 had 3.73 inches. Average per month this year, according to bro. Allen, is 3.16 inches. MEETINGS The Malakoff City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, May 11, at city hall in a regular session. The Malakoff Lions Club will meet for its regular meeting Thursday, May 7, 1901 at 7 p.m. at the Lions Den. All Lions are urged to attend this meeting. There will als0 be a directors meeting. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, May 12, at the Harbor House Restaurant for their weekly luncheon meeting. The I. O. O. F. will meet Tuesday, May 12, for their regular meeting at the lodge hall in Malakoff. Timber Trails 4-H'ers will meet Tuesday, May 12, at 7 p.m. at the Malakoff Lions Den. The annual Cross Roads Awards Banquet will be held at Henderson County Junior College Friday, May 8. All parents and friends are urged to attend. Malakoff Masonic Lodge No. 759 Study Club will meet Monday, May 11. There will be a Master's Degree. The regular meeting of the lodge will be held Thur- sday, May 1,1. Malakoff Cub Scout Pack 352 will hold a Mother's Day covered dish luncheon for Cubs and their families on Saturday, May 9 at 2 p.m. in the elementary school cafeteria. For further information, please call 432-3030. OFFICE UOtmS The Mainko(f N~ M'flee hi op~ on I ~ b~is from 0 e.m. until 4 p.m. Monday ~ Friday, For your convenience, please cm, flact the o(flce during those hours to assure Umt your news is includad. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMgNT8 To make sure people are aware ~ your orgsninsUon's scUvR~s, cocUet the Mainkoff News St ~D~631. Fro' an Itmn to Splpdmr in the N~ on ~t8 Thurs~y imbl/eatinn it must be r~eved at the News office by 4 p.m. oe the p~ Monday. DEADLINE INFORMATION Deadline for news items, classified ads end diaplay advertising |#r the Thursday publication date of the Mslakoff News is 4 p.m. the preceeding Monday. For further informtlon con~ct the News office at 40W4~3 I. JOE CAMPANA-named Fighting Tiger for 1980-81. was presented his award by Superintendent Jack Murray at the Sports banquet Tuesday night. Cam- pana was cited for his total team effort by Football Coach Phil Trice. Campana and eight other MIlS athletes were honored for their efforts during the past athletic year. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall)