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,~, are still available for the begin at 7 p.m. L '.8 .APpreciation Banquet to be Tickets can be purchased from any FA u~u~, y. May 17, at the elemen- member of the sponsoring groups. The ~c~_ eteria in Malakoff. total community effort project is being .... ~ will honor all volunteer sponsored by the Malakoff Lions Club, L.~r~ k)th present and past. It will Dad's Club, Rotary Club, the Chamber of Commerce, the City of Malakoff, the City Cemetery Association, and the Lake Trails Chapter of American Business Women. Tickets are $5 per person, andin ad- dition to being available from in- dlviduak can also be purchased at Citizens State Bank, Food Fare, Tarmer Motors, City Hail, and McCool's Depar- tment Store. Banquet promoters have expressed hope that I00 percent representation from every household in Malakoff will fill the cafeteria. Chicken, to be served at the banquet, is being furnished by McC, ool's Deportment Store and Food Fare. The banquet will be the first corn- munity-wide b-nor cv,:'~ ~It~wd~'d ~he Malakoff Vohnlle(,r.~ Norris Starkvy, h)rm(n' Mab~koff School supermt(qMerit ;rod curz'er~tTy SlllN2riil~.Cll(t(!ll! Ot ,l;tcg~:~H~ il](~ i'llt~li(: Schools. will h(' ~:.!ws( ,, p~':~kv~ "The Heartbeat Of Thfs Progressive Territory" 15 cents single copy Box Malakoff, Texas 7$148 4S 0RI Tit ! J R S l)A Y, M A Y 15, 1980 P. and Lydia M. tlakoff, Mitchell has slightly more than ts one of only 4,300 to be awarded a in the an- He has s Scholar University and will totalling $6,0O0 enter A&M this engineering. member of the for three years. last year and PreSident. He has also ' the Student Senate for He served as year, serving as the in U.I.L. events since his he was half of a has advanced to the last two district com- third this year. active in One- Last year he Cast "Goodbye to the was named best in "The Mclvor." Both district com- yA/~t ~ worked on the annual | """ years, serving first as editor of the '79 book and currently as one of the photographers for the '80 yearbook. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of Malakoff where he is active in the youth choir, "Celebration," and the small singing ensemble, "Bond of Love." Miss Jackson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Jackson of Malakoff. She is an active member of the Tiger band, National Ilonor Society and FFA. She has also been a member of FHa and Student Senate. She was voted "Most Talented" in her class. Miss Jackson was a class officer for two years and is vice-president of the National Honor Society. She has been on the annual staff for two years andis the editor this year. She has par- ticipated in UIL in twirling and has gone to Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest for the past four years. She has been a majorette for four years and feature twirler for the Tiger band for two years. Miss Jackson is a member of the Fir- st Baptist Church of Malakoff where she is a church organist and a membe of the Celebration youth choir. She plans to attend Tyler or Kilgore Junior College and then finish her studies at Texas A&M University. Dulaney, graduating third in his class, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. D laney, Jr. r lte has attended Malakoff Schools for 12 years, and he was salutatorian when he graduated from junior high. He has participated in sports every year since the seventh the District football team his lettered on the varsity team Junior and senior years. Dulaney was senior class vice- president, a two year member of the National Honor Society, and president Rogers was voted Mr. Tiger Band of Youth Alive. and Most Talented. He is also a 12 year He was also selected as a member of senior. Who's Who in American High School Rogers was a member of the National students. Honor Society for two years serving as Rogers, son of Mrs. Bobble Rogers of vice-president for one year. He is s Malakoff, ranks fourth in his class, member of the First United Methodist He plans to attend North Texas State Church of Malakoff and plans to be a Univeristy where he will major in performing musician in the service of music. He has played the trumpet for God. seven years, piano for six years,and Lori Rogers is the daughter of Mr. has been in the band for seven years and Mrs. Leamon Rogers, and will be where be has had several accomplish- graduating fifth in her class out of SO ments, seniors. She has a four year average of He has been a member of the HCJC 92.3, and has been active in many Select band for five years, a member of school activities. the district band for four years, region Miss Rogers was a member of the hand member for three years and area varisty Tigerettes basketball team for participant for one year. He also par- three years and was selected to the All. ticipated in the Texas State Solo and District Honorable Mention squad thls Ensemble Contest two years, was a year. She has also been active in the member of the ETSU All-sonior Honer Malakoff Little Dribblers Organization Band, first chair high school hand for serving as a coach for three years. She three years, first chair in HCJC Select is now the Little Dribblers All-Star Band for two years, and also first See STUDENTS, POges chair in the district band. 8ANDEA WHERLEY VALEDICTORIAN 8HER! BELL SALUTATORIAN MITCHELL PAUL CLENDENING VALEDICTORIAN Jt I,~N ,I A('K~'t ):% NAIJ :r'l'A'l ()IIIAN L/ i 7 )i !i :L i:, : ' ...... DEE ANN SHIPMAN I )0~ ~,1 i,; II I,; i': V Ell VALEDICTORIAN ~AI ,I TATI )It IA '% named All-Around of the 32nd Annual of America Phillips was Kenneth Spivey an award presented Scoring senior par- ticipant. The Award is a $50 savings bond sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Olin Dukes. Other winners included Billy Steele of Fairfield who placed first in bull riding, followed by Robert Kinman of Mabank in second and Tommy Tatom of named All Around Cowboy at the Malakoff FFA Rodeo presented the Kenneth Splvey Memorial Award. Pie- who with her husband, Olin, sponsor the ~) m Malakoff in third. In bronc riding Britt Bacon of Frankston took first place, Steele of Fairfield took second and Tommy Hilton of Lapoyner took third. Rtcky Phillips and Jimmy Jones of Malakoff took first place in the scoop race where Malakoff teams prevailed. Richard Branch and Robert Borah took second place and Todd Shelton and Joe Bailey took third. In junior steer riding Malakoff again swept the field with Shawn Grant in fir- st, Phillip Surls in second and Bobby Canada in third. In the Junior barrel race Shelly Brad- , ,i N I'111 1 well of Canton took first, Bryan Burnett of LaPoyner took second and Laura Rodaers of Crm8 Roads took tNrd. In high school girls barrel racing Cindy Sutton of Grand Saline took first, Lucinda Herrington of Palestine took second, and Lana GaUegnis of Cayuga placed third. The Malakoff team of Mike Bates, Richard Branch and Picky Phfllipe placed first in wild steer saddling; Larryrry Turner, Rlcky Bill and Troy Collies of Palestine took second, and Robert Mills, Michael Tindel and Michael Bynum of Athens placed third. Performances were held both P day I I I I ANNUAL MOP AND BROOM SALE The Malakoff Lions Club will heat their annual mop and broom sale Saturday, May 17, beginning at 9 a.m. The sale will be conducted on the parking lot of the Food Fare Plaza. All proceeds from the sale will be used for community needs and services. Also included in the sale will be the annual light bulb sales. Everyone is urged to attend. 'MEETINGS Malakoff Lions Club will hold their regular monthly meeting tonight (Thur- sday) May 15, at the Lions Den. Log Cabin Swingers will meet Saturday, May 17, at the Red Barn in Log Cabin Estates. Their business meeting will be held Sunday afternoon, May 18, at 6 p.m. Malakoff Volunteer Firemen will meet Monday, May tg, at 7 p.m. at the fire station for a training session. The I.O.O.F. will meet Tuesday, May 20, at the Lodge Hall in Malakoff. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, May 20, at the Harbor House Restaur@nt. Malakoff Dad's Club will meet Tuesday, May at the club facilities for their regular meeting. The Malakoff Art Society will hold their last meeting until September, Thur- sday (tmdght) at 7:30 p.m. at the city conference room. Carva Baldler will be the speaker and will talk on her recent trip to Taiwan. The American Business Women's Association will meat Thursday, May 15, at the Harbor House Restaurant. Sandy Kniffen, personner assistant, Labor Relations, U. S. Post Office of Dallas will be guest speaker. She will speak on her hobby, geneology. Marilyn Bradley, officer manager for Navarro Savings Association, will be vocational speaker. The month of May has been designated as ABWA scholarship mouth, and special guest of the May 15 meeting will be Diana Hernandez, who has been awarded the Lake Trails Chapter scholarsNp for 1900. MALAKOFF KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION UNDER WAY The parents of all children who will he five years old by September I of this year, living in the Malakoff School District, are urged to re ter them for Kin, dergarten no later than May 28. Two items of record are required: I birth certificate and shot record. The parent can be told at that time which half of the year their enid will attend wNch determined by the date of birth. MALAKOFF SIXTH GRADE TO PRESENT MUSICAL The sixth grade class of Malakoff will pre nt, "Down By The Creek Bank," Thursday, May There will be a I p.m. presentation for tim student body and a 7:30 performance for Intermted patrons. Both will be at the H/gh School Auditorium. There will be no charge and the public is invited. and Saturday nights with participation Phillip Spivey ]