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t S-.The Malakoff News, Thursday, May 15, 1980 CHRISDULANEY HONORSTUDENT STF:PltEN LEE ROGERS IIONOR STUI)ENT LORI ROGERS llONOR STUDENT A "grandteacher" has entered the lives of the children in Peggy Farmer's third grade class at Trinidad Elemen- tary. Weekly Reador's Adopt-A- Grandteacher program has put the class in touch with Mrs. Theodore Ott, a retired teacher living in Richmond, Virginia. Mrs. Farmer says her pupils are very excited about writing letters to their new grandteacher. They've told her that even though school is almost out, they hope to continue corresponding in- to next year. Mrs. Ott has written to her new young friends in Trinidad about her family and teaching career. She has also told of various travels in this area, but does not recall having passed through Trinidad. Adopt-A-grandteacher is sponsored by the editors of Weekly Reader and is Department to benefit All proceeds from the Firemen's Appreciation Banquet set for Saturday night will be turned over to the department for their use, sponsors have reported. Ticket sales will continue through Satur- day. a phase of their a nation-wide Adopt-A-Grandteacher Reader's way of youngsters with a wa to and appreciate their same time, to keep retired touch with Young America, Tons of iron In 10 years 200 millionJ ore have been taken Whaleback in Western there are still 1.2 billion the big red mountain, largest single t~~ I:i / il :i ! i! i i: i from page one Coach for the 11-12 year old girls. Miss Rogers was a member of the track team for three years, a member of FHA for three years, and a member of the Malakoff High School National Honor Society. She has beert on the Yearbook Staff for two years and is currently the sports editor. She has been a varisty cheerleader for three years and was elected head cheerleader this year. She was also selected as Best All Around in the senior class this year and named to the Who's Who among American High School students. After graduation Miss Rogers plans to attend a junior college and then tran- sfer to Sam Houston State University or East Texas State University and major in Sociology. She is a member of Parkview Missionary Baptist Church of Malakoff. Sandra Wberley and Sheri Bell were named top honor students at Cross Roads High School where the first class in over 20 years will be graduating. Miss Wherley, valedictorian, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wherley.. She is a member of Who's Who of Distinguished High School Band Students and Honor Students. She was senior class favorite, received the Rotary Club Scholarship, and was a member of FHA for two years. She belonged to FTA for two years, was vice-president of the senior class and editor of the Bobcat Trib annual staff. In addition she was a Halloween prin- cess and received the band honor award. Miss Be[l, salutatorian, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewain Bell. She was named Miss Cross Roads High, is a members of Who's Who Among High School Students, senior class secretary, and co-editor of the Bobcat Trib. In addition she served as Library assistant for three years and was a member of FHA for one year. Trinidad High School will be graduating 19 seniors Friday, May 30 at 8 p.m. at the THS Auditorium. Bac- calaureate services will be Sunday, May 25 at 8 p.m. at the auditorium. DeeAnn Shipman will be valedic- torian and Dodie Reever was named salutatorian. Miss Shipman will graduate will a 94.38 average and Miss Reever with a 94.03 average. Miss Shipman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shipman. She was senior class president, annual staff editor, member of FHA, member of the PRESTON HENDERSON Preston Henderson died suddenly at his home in Abernathy April 29, 1980. Funeral services were held at the Church of Christ in Abernathy. Henderson, 65, was a native of Malakoff. His wife, Nett, preceded him in death in Sept., 1978. Survivors include two sons, Lewis Henderson of Roanoke and James Hen- derson of Midland; one daughter, Mrs. Gary Lusk of Broken Arrow, Okla.; one granddaughter; his mother, Grace Henderson of Malakoff; one sister, Martha Farrell of Houston; three nephews, Don Henderson of Spring; John Farrell of Houston and Sam Farrell of Houston; one niece, Trina Sikorski of Houston; three great nephews and one great niece. Also sur- viving is an aunt, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Jackson of Malakoff and other aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces. IIIII I III volleyball team, Beta Club, One-Act Play, Senior Play, named "Most Likely to Succeed", Athens Rotary Scholar and homecoming princess. She plans to attend Henderson County Junior College. Miss Reever is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reever. She was class vice president, member of the annual staff, volleyball team and Beta Club. She has served in the FHA, Senior Play and was named "Best All Around". She is employed at Barksdale Food Mart and plans to attend dental assistant school. Honor graduates are Cinda Cartlidge, 93.26 average and Kathy Airheart, 93.67 average. Revival service Revival services continue at the First Baptist Church of Malakoff. Rev. Bob Elliot is the evangelist and the music is being provided by the nationally known Ramsey Family. Services are being held each night at 7:30 p.m. with special features begin- ning at 7 p.m. They include Bro. Bob's Bible Buddies for grades 1-6, Revival Reaction for grades 7-college, and Revival Choir for adults. Services Friday night will feature a puppet show. Saturday nights service will feature a concert by the Ramsey Family. Sunday will be a high attendance Sunday with everyone urged to attend Sunday School. I FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 or OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 Kathy Bennett, proof operator our com 829 N. Main ent erie ce on tune-ups im in over Barry Sturdivant, owner Corsicana You'll want to choose special gifts - and that'S where we come in! You'll find the most compete, selection of welcome gifts for the graduate! For Her For Hinl COSMETICS By Jovan & Faberge Loraine & Texsheen AFTER SHAVE, SOAP, etc. By Jovan LINGERIE Bikini Panties Shortie Pajamas Half Slips Hanes-Todays Girl Wrangler OVERALLS and JEANS- TOPS SHORTS-TANK TOPS Van Huesen & CampUS SHIRTS Dress, Sport and Casual Knit shirts Haggar SLACKS Solids, Checks, and PatternS Hickok BILLFOLDS J Gall JEWELRY Timex WATCHES MUSIC BOXES PURSES P.B.J. 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