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2A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, May 21, 19S1 by Barry McWilliams from page one costs and benefits of the program." Mattingly said that it is difficult for instructors to predict which projects will sell at ,e show due to a number of factors. "Animals must be chosen for quality." he said. "it has to be fed properly and the student must spend time with the animal. "Maybe we should make the parents more aware that they are free to call us (instructors) at any time to ask us Jack Hearn, Millie Brown and Larry adopt a term contract similar to the one Suris were appointed as members of used by ,e Corsicans School systems; the Board of Equalization with Ben approved a new report card for use in Woolverton serving as alternate, the system; approved minutes of the prior meeting and the financial report In other business the board decided to and accounts payable. The end of school and ,e beginning of summer becomes a very busy time at the newspaper office There are banquets, special programs, special awards events, new officers for the coming year. softball and Little League Baseball seasons are beginning, and graduation is uppermost in the minds of area schools and seniors. Added on to that .is year we are losing one of our favorite employees and adding ano.er. Sandy Self is leaving the production part of our operation to go full-time into bookkeeping in the Athens Daily Review office. Even though she will still be working with .e Malakoff News, she will no longer be with us in our office two days a week, We will miss her. Joining us is Stacy Dunacusky, who will take over some of Sandy's respon- sibilities and switch out some Jobs with Lori. We face ,e change with mixed emotions. We will welcome Stacy. who will unboubtadly be an asset to the operation of The Malakoff News. while missing Sandy's presence and ability to come up with new ideas, her dedication to putting out the best local weekly newspaper possible, and above all, her patience. This will not be ,e first time Stacy and I have worked together. We have Ann- dering By Ann Pounsovoll worried at the Trinidad Track Meets. Trinidad Little League Association Sof- tball Tournaments, with the Trinity Jamboree and various other com- munity activities. Our most recent was the softball tournament, where she shared scorekeeping chores wi. Donna Ren- teria and myself. We sat together in .e rain keeping score for those male softball fanatics whose intelligence we questioned as they played while the storms rolled in. Later we sat under a tarp after we finally convinced them that we could not keep score on wet books. They weren't keeping us dry, only the books so that play could continue. Much later we sat there for awhile wi. hail beating down on our heads. During all this time another News employee, Benny Rogers, was um- piring the game. His objective was simply "Good Guy," helping out .e Trinidad Little League program in their annual fund raiser. Donna called last week when she found out that Stacy would be working here. "Do you have another Job opening?" she asked. "As what?" I asked her, "keeper of the keys?" (Referring of course to my habit of losing keys for which I am responsible.) "I don't care," she said. stand the thought of Benny all being .ere me ,ere. I Just notorious in the stories. be ,ere to protect "We would never her. "We only report the: column material." Malakoff's Rebels vitational tournament weekend. Benny was tor. He was not disturbed weather reports. "I Just keep telling can't have any worse did in Trinidad, and the games in," he Thursday night w~ weather was beautiful. the rains moved in. Friday night Donna nament to watch .e All raining. I I saw Benny that in about six inches of slicker suit with rain cap assuring everyone game would be "Why didn't you nament?" h, "You're weather enough Benny," she or lightning." anything about the ere,ram. We'll be .................... glad to talk with ,em," he continued,t.nuoA~ n~n~IA~,, tom rack of oven. Bake in preheated Board president Joe Cox suggestea 4a =17= 400' oven,. to40 minute, or.un, done. that flyers be sent out to parents at ,e " "/4 to item.eve fro.m pan. urusn w,m.vucter; I0years ago da Yates, Patsy Warren, and Ann C.E. Irby, rode beginning of each school year advising 3/4 cups Bohemian rye and wheat SP'w h'n / -WtorIm coarse salt. uool, ------ Green. a parked truck on S.. them of possible costs of the program, flour ou . Mr. Phillip Graham, son of Mr. and Malakoff Seniors took a trip to Austin fellow struck his head " t I/3 cup firmly packed brown sugar Mrs. G.A. Graham of Malakoff was a and Leander. Sponsors for,e trip were work of the truck. He Trustees postponed an agenda ntem o 2, ........ ,, Joggers exposed graduate in ,e Spring Commencement Principal Bob Farmer, Mrs. Victor blow across the mouth, | appoint a board member to replace e ........... Exercise at East Texas Baptist College Lewis, Bill Loggias, Mrs. Bruce Smith upper tee, position held by Lea Crews. Crews has 1 t .p on to various risk factors in Marshall, according to information and Mrs. I.V. ShelteR. Fire of an undeterminedq moved from ,e district and is no longer .... . . . received from Academic Dean Joe T. _qfl p2rQ 2 ,e Thee Matthews Gen t was due . v . joggers expose memsewes to various Mason. Mr. Graham received the .,v j ..... Store building a member. The postponemen t c w " to the fact that trustee Ran Speed was _. up. a er . .. risk factors although only a small num- Bachelor of Science degree with a threatening the entire not present due to an illness in his z lltTrpoonsnutter barare actua.lly, involved in.ped Wian .... Io .... Work was started on the new major in vie gy ana a minor in . .a,^.., ., m..L. ..... of Trinidad. The adJotmn family. The board indicated that ,ey !, O e8 .~! or lnj~le~.:. M.a.Jon'.rlsg factors ~nuligh .................. ~p. o~ ..... a.q..u~ wanted all members present when the ........ .... , .... n ......... .ma increase me.l elin.o n of being hit at Malakoff Hi-h School,is week as workmen broke the ground CarsonhUsed ,eLumberSkfles Cafe,co., ,-,,,,,,,-, -- ,,usa,, ny a motor veme e wnne lo nr m- elind unon was v h lt ,for the foundation Monday. It is expec- Shop, Melear Grocery ca a ay sees aun yeasz m mrge mucung elude t ot-o after dark with . . ted to hold 475 to 500 people torian wnth a grade point average of . ^, f,=... ..... Stacy Tailor Shop: ......... bowl Combine milk, water and butter; other with 95.62. Alvirta Barren was named ............ 50 years ago N TICI:' pIIRIIC heat over l o~v. temperature, to .,1~ to the flow of traffic, says a safety salutatorian with a grade point average rra,us ormA oL Mala on vw--.uv swvuuv-- 130'. Graauauy add to ury mgremenm; engineer with the Texas Agricultural of 94.69. - ............. *s~ u,, ~,,~:., ,~,,- Two cases of sinai down Arkansas ..... ~ beat 2 minutes at medium speed of elee. Extension Service. TexasA&MUniver- The Trinidad High School Valedic. u. ""'~-~''~" ...... "~ ~"--'*" ~ discovered this past q rtll NOW tric mixer, scraping bowl occasionally, sity System. " -. . ;.. .... .,.. _ ,_. ........ , has on specla mls week a o piece Mexican quarters of the CHy of Kwnp Is am~p~! ~ btds $ 1917 Add 3/4 cup flour mixture. Beat.at Two key safety precautions while torian for ,e year 197Z-was Carrolyn *". freeman s,,,u,: ,,lt "v,:,"S,: u, .;.e,... DM...,, .I,.... Plymouth l~t~ cm to h said u It Cars can h in. s.pe~, z mmuces, scraping, occ.aslOnauy. Jogging are to run against the flow of 94 75 Followed by Joe Mitchum as ..... s ......... , ................ Co. camp and ,e famili! sp~ctedatdt/h~andc~bebtd~pmhdy0ua ~urmen.oug~no.urtomages.m~oougn.: traffic and to run during daylight ~ :' .......... chairs, 2 end tables, and 1 coffee table mediately quarantined .I sammtorlan an average oz .lo. for o-- "- " pa~al~ Bids will be x~ted until 7:00 p.m. Thumlq, L'over;. l.et :rz.se m warm pmce un_m whenever possible. , ..^ my ~v,m.~u. P YP .... Juno 11.... 1911 aml' MNbe ~ In ..... .- qlaoumen m mug, almut a0 mmuum, sur' i i .f lira akin " zu years ago Malakoff's own small company of reventMiss Sarahan s readingLacher,Of t m~dln.that .Th~C~rmth~d..ttom.__ta... dnv i~ aS I~ nv down, . Place dough in well-buttered 2 Custom s oral o a a d. ~ , ' U.S. Marines were home last week on School girl, was awarded ! and Ill bids. l/2