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Hog & Sons Book Bindery , Inc Sprlr 0ort, Mich. 49284 @ exercises will be chell P. Clendening, Betty Joe George Carlton Jamieson, Kenneth M. Renee Quinn, William A. Ramsey,school auditorium. Norris, Michael Lynn ,Norris, *Dodie Friday night Coleman, Kimberly Jane Combs, Jeff Jock, Elaine Carol Joffe, Donnie *Lori Gaye Rogers, *Stephen LeeRalph Harper of the L.G. Balfour Michele Reever, James Edward Riley, seniors from the Conner, David Alfred Cook, Jackie Harold Jones, Jimmy E.K. Jones and Rogers, Alan Larry Shelton, Tanessia Company will be guest speaker. Dodie Sherry Ann Shed d, *Dee Ann Shipman, Davis, Kathy Dieckman, *Chris E. William H. Killingsworth. Tai Shelton, Steven Edward Singleton, Reever will give the salutatory ad- Sherryl Lee Warren, and Wesley Todd viii be held at Malakoff Dulaney, Lou Ann Ferguson, James Also Sandy King, Ricky D. Lozano, John Wesley Smith, Kimberly Reneo dress, and Dee Ann Shipman is valedic- Warren. 8 p.m. John Campbell, Howard Fields, Charles Franklin, Rick Janet Harris McClintock, Lori J. Tapley Smith, Jeffrey Frank Sneed, torian. Cross Roads s~miors, will graduate in Mesquite High J. Gallagher, Tammy Lynn Glasgow, McLemore, Teresa Lynn Mewbourn,Edward "Chip" Souza, Zane T. ceremonies beginnin[~ at 7:30 p.m. in Debra K. Graves, Dianna Marie Linda Gall Meyer, Robin Rena Mor- Streater, Tommy J. Tatom, Curtis Graduating seniors are: *Kenneth the school auditorium,. Sandra Wherley will give the Grayer, Sheryl Denise Gregory, Sandra man, Charles, H. Mullins, Gwen Dail Jerome Thomas, Tracey Givens Randal Airheart, Kathryn Lynn will represent th~ : cla,ss as valedictorian and Joan Jackson Grubbs, Melinda Gay Gunnels, Karl W. Nelson, Debbie Elaine Newell, Thomas, June Marie Trimble, Cynthia Airheart Kelley, Gary Mack Arnold, and Sheri Bell w ill [live the salutatory class as salutatorian. Hayes, Diana Hernandez, Carla Delain *Elizabeth Renee Newland, Cynthia Leigh Truitt, Linda S. Wilson, Janet Teressa Lynn Boyd, *Cinda Faye Car- address. class, with honor Holt, Debra Darlene Holt, Mitzi Lori Lynne Owen, Donnie Owens, Ronald Lynn Yarbrough, Ralph L. Yates, and tlidge Williams, Sylvia Jo Hornbuckle, Class member's are: *Sandra asterisk are: Hopkins, Cindy Diana Hughes, *Joan Allen Palmer, Sondra Jeane Permber- John L. Young. Paula Diann Johnston, Kelly Diane Wherley, *Sheri BfHI, Dory Ivey, Billy tailey, Helen G. Jackson, Melba R. Jackson, Nora Faye ton, *Treman Randall Perkins, Richard Graduation exercises will be held at Lee, and Charles Matthew Morman. Drummond, Roy F'roper, Donny Piper, Branch, Jr., *Mit- Jackson, Sherryl Yvonne Jackson, E. Phillips, Annette Proctor, Karon Trinidad High School at 8 p.m. in the Also Lisa Ann Nolan, Jimmy Lamar Laura Mallie, an d Steven Bevers. "The Heartbeat Ot This Progressive Territory" single copy R, NUMBER 24 Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 75148 489-0531 SECTION A THUR SDAY, MAY 29, 1980 @ Malakoff Public Because of the 1980 Olympic Games invited to a Coke Party sponsored by members of the the emphasis this year is on sports, but the Friends of the Library. grades children are encouraged to read books An added treat to the program will be a summer "Sportson any subject that might interest a supervised "Fun Fest" held in the title given the 1980 them. Library. The first meeting will be June a program Registration for the program will be 13th from 2 to 3 p.m. There will be hand the Friends held the week of June 2-6 at the Library. crafts, Monopoly games, story telling The program will be underway June 9 and a traffic safety game. and will continue for eight weeks. Children are encouraged to attend the designed to provide To earn a certificate each child must summer reading program, to find en- reading for read at least 20 books suitable for his tertainment through the pages of books, who will be age and reading ability. At the end of and to familiarize themselves with the the eight weeks, all participants will be use of Library facilities. @ @ 73, died Monday night enroute to a He was taken to Henderson County died Monday Dallas hospital. Memorial Hospital but later was cars collided Investigating DPS Troopers Lynntransferred to Dallas by CareFlite of Athens on Waters and Jim Billings reported that a helicopter. of Cowboy car driven by Ricky Wisdom collided However he died at 9:36 p.m. before wear store. with the Bumgardner vehicle, reaching the hospital, DPS Trooper Trooper Billings said the 5:45 p.m. Billings said. Bill Richards collision turned over Bumgardner's Genevieve 1971 Chevrolet and threw the two oc- Wisdom, a 27-year-old Athens the scene. Thecupants out of the vehicle onto the resident, was uninjured in his 1973 ed Bumgardner,roadway. Oldsmobile. MRS. KAY ROYALL, member of the Malakoff Friends of the Library, met with members of the First Grade class d Malakoff Elementary School last week when they visited at the library. Members of the class havre been invited to Join 'in the 1980 Summer Reading Program. (Staff Photo by Sandy McGuffey) L: The event is by invitation only, and maverick independence and sense of "Texedoed" men (which means black sell their stock from the ballroom of the Feilrath of the1,100 guests and celebrities are expec- adventure that won the West. tie, boots and hat) and formal-gowned Shamrock Hilton? near Trinidad will ted to attend. Santa Gertrudis cattle were chosen women from some of the most "Im not sure," Mrs. Fellrath said. of cattle A group of 25 select Santa Gertrudis because that is the only recognized pure prominent ranching families in the "I've never asked, just accepted the in- the bulls, heifers and pairs from top American breed of beef cattle, and it Southwest. vitation when it arrives. I have tried to bloodlines will be auctioned off at the was developed in Texas. Also included Mrs. Fellrath has chosen a black chif- present our best stock for sale." event will be Shur- Shamrock Hilton and Shurfine and in the show will be the American Quar- fon gown, trimmed with beige roses It is not the first year to attend for the her calf, Superfine from the Felirath ranch will ter Horses, also the exclusive American around the sleeves and at the floor Fellraths. They have been to the sale be included in the elite, breed, and paintings and sculpture length base. Mr. Fellrath will escort his twice before. A Western painting, brochures brag The Western Heritage Sale is a from artists who have captured the wife in a complimenting black tuxedo, bought at the art show last year, hangs Texas will you significant event. It was the brainchild traditions of the West. Last year the top price for a Quarter over the mantle in their ranch home Quarter Her- of John Connally, Joe Marcham and The yearly extravaganza peaks Horse mare was $86,000, a prize bull located betweenTrinidadandKerens. and con- Louis Pearce, Jr., all Americans Saturday night at a black tie dinner and brought $40,000, while one painting sold "It's very exciting to attend," she In a grand working to preserve their heritage, auction, where cattle, horses and art for $72,000. This year's sale is expected said. will be, The Western Heritage Sale is a are sold to the highest bidder,to exceed the 1979 total of $1.5 million. Underway Friday at 9 a.m., guests Hotel. unique Texas-style reminder of the At that dinner-sale one can seeHow do cattle ranchers get invited to will register in the hotel lobby. From 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. there will be~ a public exhibition o,f animals, and fro m 7 to 10 p.m. the art sale will be under, ray. Saturday will begin early, at 8:30 a.m. with a public d,emonst.ration of brush sketching by artist Robert Lougheed. There will be another exhibition of animals and ai demote., stration of embryo transplan ling. Th,e auction/dinner begins at 5: 30 [~.m. Preparing to go early this week the Fellraths had their wardrobe read; y or on order, lmbllcity prints of anil.nals mailed, and were busy tendimg t, o the business at ihand.., chasing a :lira y bull from their p~sture. and be presented for sale at the Shamrock Hilton near Trinidad. The prise at the American Heritage Sale. The local stock will Ann Rounsavall) Mrs, A.R. of the Wa Wheel Ranch / pair are from Santa Gertrudls stock. (Staff photo by Calendar of events m ANNUAL GRADUATION ISSIUE Included with this week's edition of The News, is our annual graduat/~on issue, designed to honor senior students of area high schools. The special edition is a joint effort from local advertisers and this hey ~spaper in providing members of the Class of '80 with a well deserved honor, al ~d with an edition that can be kept over the years as a reminder of t~heir aecompli~ ~hment. JUNIOR HIGH GRADUATIOI~I Graduation.exercises at Malakoff Junior High School will be hel~ i Thursday, May 29, at 1:30 p.m. at the high school auditorium. GRADUATION Graduation exercises for area senior class members ~ill be held Friday, May 30. Malakoff High School seniors will be honored at exercises at 8, p.m. Friday night. Cross Roads seniors will be graduating at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the school auditorium. Seniors at Trinidad High School will be honored at 8 p.m. at exer 'eises to be held in the school auditorium. MEETINGS The Malakoff Volunteer Fire Department will meet Mvtnday,, June 2, at 7 p.m. for a training session at the fire station. The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce will hold their relgular ~ monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 2, at the community center. The Malakoff Dad's Club will meet Tuesday, June 3, at 7 ~.m. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, June 3, for eir weekly lun- cheon at the Harbor House Restaurant. The I.O.O.F. will meet Tuesday, June 3, at the lodge hall iin M ~alakoff. The Malakoff School Board of Trustees will meet in special, session Thursday (tonight) May 29th at 7 p.m. at the high school library. Includ~ ~d on agenda items will be a presentation by the junior high principal conc~ erning his salary; discussion and possible action on salary for Malakoff I.S.D. V ~rsonnel. Malakoff Lodge No. 759 has called a special meeting at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 31, for the purpose of FC degree and to serve refreshments to the Masons of this area. Triple F will meet Monday, June 2 at 6:30 p.m. at t ,he Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Members are invited to attend, bring a co ivered dish and play 42 and 84. CO~tr~TV ANNOUNCEMENT8 To make sure people are aware of:your ~pnizaUon's activities, ~ U ,~e M~ako/'f News at 4S9-4}~1. For an item to appear in the News on its Thursday publication it must be re~ :etved at:the News office by 4 p.m. on the preceeding Monday. DEADLINE INFORMATION Deadline for news items, classified ads and display ad~vertlsing for the TI mrsday publication date of the Malakoff News is 4 p.m. the preceedlng Monday, For further information contact the News offlee at 4~0S31, OFFICE HOURS The Mslaknff News ofA~C~ la open on s regular bas/~ fro~ s:m, ul~t/l 4 p ,m, Movday throui~ Friday; FOr