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May 7, 1981

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4AT~The Ma!ak0ff News, Thu~day, May 7, !981 Mr. and Mrs. J. Arvin Johnson of Malakoff have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanette Ann to Wesley Dewayne Holt, also of Malakoff. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Hallmark of Malakoff, Mrs. Nellie Johnson of Haltom City, and the great- granddaughter of Mrs. Bessie Zack- meyer of Malakoff. The future bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Delores Holt of Malakoff and the late Milburn Holt. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Percy McLain and Mrs. Gladys Holt of Malakoff. The wedding will take place on Saturday, July 11, at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church Malakoff. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony in the fellowship hall. All friends and relatives are invited to at- tend. The bride-elect will be a spring graduate of Malakoff High School and will be attending Navarro Jr. College in the fall. She is currently employed by Perry Bros. in Malakoff. The prospective groom is a 1978 graduate of Malakoff High School and attended Stephen F. Austin State University. He is currently employed by Texas Power & Light Co. The couple will make their home in Corsicans. MHS Honor Rolls announced The honor rolls for the fifth six-weeks at Malakoff High School were announ- ced today. There are two separate honor rolls. The "A" Honor Roll consists of students who have earned a grade of 90 or above in each subject. The "B" Honor Roll is composed of students who have earned a grade of 80 or above in each subject. Students listed on the honor rolls are: SENIORS "A" Honor Roll: Kim Gawlik, Sandra McGee, Juanita McGibboney, Sherri Morgan, Beverly Newell, Kathie Phin- ney, Charlotte Truly, and Marium Venable. "B" Honor Roll: Dana Arthus, Jessie Barton, Billy Comer, John Cross, Gaylon Edwards, Curtis Ivey, Gayla Jackson, Jeanette Johnson, Barbara McCain, Gene Perry, Tracie Rushin, Bill Self, Thelma Smith, Julie Sneed, Kim Tarkington, Lisa Woolverton, and Trudy Symonds. JUNIORS "A" Honor Roll: Kyle Kilman and Kathy Tarkington. "B" Honor Roll: Roy Truly, Lisa Weaks, and Melissa Wilson. SOPHOMORES "A" Honor Roll: Harold Holyfield and Ted Quinn. "B" Honor Roll: Michelle Ashlock, Brenda Hoyt, MicheUe Killingsworth, John Newland, Rhonda Palmer, and .......................................... Bonnie Tanner. The first moving picture actress FRESHMAN depicted on a postage stamp was Grace "A" Honor Rolh Kalah Brown, Diana Kelly, whose marriage to Prince Mver, and Amy Teeas. Ranler !Ii on April 19, 1956 was cam- "B" ttonor Roll: Cathy Bell, memorated with a Monacan stamp LaTesha Hardy, Randy Lee, tlodney series sold only on the wedding day. Lee, Kelly Quinn, Connie Sonntag, and .................................................................................. Gary Woolverton. JEANETTE JOHNSON -- WESLEY HOLT A 9-hour Jerry Lewis Skate-a-than to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is set for Saturday, May 23 at Athens Skate Palace, accor- ding to Jean Ikner, rink owner. Registration for participants begins at 11 a.m. Skating will begin at noon and continue until 9 p.m. Prizes will be awarded immediately following the end of the event. First prize is a trip to Six Flags Over Texas - four tickets donated by Malakoff Food Fare and a tank of gas from Mini-Mart. Second prize is a Realistic AM/FM Radio Headphone set donated by Sean Lawler, East Texas MDA Poster Child who lives in Malakoff. Third prize is a pair of roller skates donated by Athens Skate Palace. In addition, bonus prizes donated by local merchants will be given away to sponsored skaters through special hourly drawings. Top prize winners will be invited to appear on the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon broadcast from KLTV in Tyler. Malakoff resident C.O. (Pete) Dad- son, long noted in the area for his volun- teer work and contributions to help his community and individuals, has been cited by both the Texas Senate and House. The News is printing the resolution passed by the Texas Legislature in full. TEXAS SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION WHEREAS, Mr. C.O. "Pete" Dodson served from 1948 to 1980 as a distinguished and devoted member of the Board of Directors of Henderson County Junior College, and during that time witnessed the steady growth of the college from 200 students to the more than 3,100 students now enrolled; and WHEREAS, Mr. Dodson as a mem- ber of the Board was particularly in- terested in providing an opportunity for the financially disadvantaged to receive an education; under his guidance the vocational departments of the college flourished, providing numerous students with the educational preparation needed to begin their careers; and whereas, This outstanding man's contributions to Henderson County Junior College were even more in evidence when he served for several years as its President; and WHEREAS, Very active in civic and community affairs, Mr. Dodson has Under Sl~ate-a-thon rules, participan- ts solicit donations from friends and businesses to sponsor them for the en- tire 9 hours of the event. Official spon- sorship forms may be obtained at Athens Skate Palace. To be eligible for prizes, participants must turn in their sponsorship donations at the time they register for the Skate-a-than. To win, a participant must skate the entire 9 hours and bring in the most money in sponsorship donations for MDA. Non-sponsored skaters may skate during the Skate-a-than for a $5 entry fee. This is Athens Skate Palace's first year to host a benefit Skate-a-than for been presi'dent of the Lions Club, the Concerned Citizens' and the Industrial Malakoff; has served as s cilman and as the City as a member of the and of 'the Malakoff Board; and WHEREAS, His dedication to Malakoff, merited his being named of the Outstanding Citizen Award; and WHEREAS, Mr. valved in the spiritual life munity as a prominent First United Methodist Malakoff; and WHEREAS, He and his Bunella are the proud daughters, Sammie grandparents of nine now, therefore, be it RESOLVED by the State of Texas, the House 0 tatives concurring, Legislature .hereby of Mr. C.O. "Pete" especially his tributions to Henderson College; and, be it further RESOLVED, That an this resolution be preps Dodson as an expression gratitude from the Texas MDA. Money raised support MDA's national research centers and clinics which offer range of medical charge. The MDA and the East Texas area Tyler at the University Center. 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