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8A--The Malakoff News. Thursday, May 29, 1980 LEIGH SONNTAG AND WENDY WILLIAMS, left to right, were among the first Malakoff Elementary School students to sign up for the Malakoff Public IAbrary Summer Reading Program last week. All children, grades 2-6. are encouraged to at- tend. (Staff Photo by Sandy McGuffey) Forty-nine sixth graders graduate Friday Forty-nine sixth grade students will present a special musical, "Brer Rab- bit's Big Secret" in graduation ceremonies Friday at 8:30 a.m. at the Frankston High School auditorium. (TFC) Woman jailed after forgery attempt A 21-year-old Dallas woman is being held in Freestone County Jail on forgery charges after she atteinpted to purchase a restricted narcotic with a forged prescription, according to Coun- ty Attorney Bob Gage. (TFR) Greenville teenager drowns in area lake A Greenville teenager, in Corsicana for a weekend visit with relatives, drowned Saturday while attempting to swim across an inlet at the southwest end of Lake Halbert. (CDS) News Briefs are compiled from the following area newspapers: Cedar Creek Pilot < CCP ), Athens Daily Review (ADR), Frankston Citizen (FC), Fairfield Recorder (FR), Kerens Tribune (KT), Corsicana Daily Sun (CDSI. Arsonists sought Three vacant-house out in various parts of Athe~ morning were set by vestigators from AthenS Fire Dept. have determined Tickets for "Annie" now on sale Tickets are now on sale f0r Society's production of Your Gun" with Avanti Centre in i for Friday, May 30. (CCP) CONTINUING EDUCATION SUMMER SESSION SCHEDULE OF REGISTRATION Registration is accomplished ~n the Office of Continuing Education or at the first class meeting REFUNDS No r~und of tuition will be mode after th ARTS: Social Dancing (Disco, Soll~oom, Athens Advanced Drawing Athens Jitterbug, Two-Step, Aerobic) 6 Hours CEU Value 1.5 IS Hours Foo: ....................$3000 Fee: ........................ $2500 Start End .................. June30 July21 1980 Start End: ............. Juno 10- July $ 1980 Days Time: ............ Mondays 700 - 8:30 p m. Days Time ........ Tuesdays 630 9:30 p m. Locat~o~: ......... Ballroom ~UB HCJC Campus Lc~ation: Room 106 Fine Arts Bldg HCJC Campus instructors: .................. Eula Davis & Cary Reeve instructor ................ Truman Fincher DEFENSIVE DRIVING: Beginnlng]intermedlate Oil Pointing Athens CEU Value 0.8 8 Hours 24 Hours Fee: .......................... $12.00 Fee ..................... $35 00 ATHENS Strut End ..... July31August?l 1980JunelG&17 6:00.10:00pro Days 'Time , ....... Thursdays 6:30 930 p m Room 204 Technical B~dg. HCJC Campus Lcwation: ...... Room 106 FineArts Bid& HCJCCompusJuly 14 g IS 6~00- IO:00p m InstructOr: ............. Jo Holllngsworth Room 204 Technical 81dg HCJC Campus BATON: August 18 g t9 6:00. 10"(X)p.m Beginning Baton Twirling Level I Athens Room 204 Te~hnlcal Bldg HCJC Campus (Combined Ages) 4 Hours ESTATE PLANNING: F:ee . ....................... $15(30 Wills and Estate Pionnlng Athens Start End ........ Ju*~e 9 June 30 1980CEU Value 0.4 4 Hours Days Time: Mondays, 430 530pm Fee: ...................... $400 Locatlon .......... Ballroom SUB HCJC CampusStart End: ................ July $ July9 1980 Instru~to~ . ..................... Eula Davis Days Time .... Tuesday & Wednesday, 7 00 9:00 p m [o(ation ROom?O? Te(hnicolgld9 HCJCCampus Beginning Baton Twirling Level II Athens .... (Combined Ages) 4 Hoers tnstructor: ................... Cindy Wofford Fee .......................... $1SO0 FLORAL ARRANGEMENT: Start End: ..................... July 7 July 78. 1980 Silk Flower Arran&smear Athens Days, Time: ...... Mondays 4 30. S 30 p n CEU Value 0.e B Hours Location .... Ballroom SUB, HCJC Campus Foe: ....................... $15.00 Instructor .............. Eulo Davis Start End: ............... June ~0 -Ju]y t 1980 CHILD DEVELOPMENT: Days Time: ....... Tuesdays 7 00 9 00 pm Ezpeience with the Young Child Athens Location .... Room I I 1 Fine Arts Bid& HCJC Campus CEUVolue0.2S 2'~ Hours it,sire(tar ..... SheronRose Fee ................... $500 FOOD PREPARATION: Date ............... Juty 21 1980Mierowove Cooking Athens Time ....................... 7 O0,9.30 p m CEU Value I .S 1 $ Hours Locatlo~ Room 103 ~ience~Journalism HCJC Campus Fee: ..................... $2000 Instru~:tor ............... Gayla Roberts (approximately .$5 O0 food supply fee per person OANC|: . will depend on number enrolled in class) Top and Joss Level I Athenl Start'*End: ............ July I , August S lq00 (Combined Ages) 6 Hoots Days/Time: .............. TueSdOySr 7:00- 9'30 pm F~L ................... ~00 Location: , Room ~A Liberal Arts Bi~g r HCJC Campus Start End .................. June 9. June 30r 1900 Instructor: .................. Freido OoDlEs Days Time: ......... Mondays 5:30 - 700p m. MUSIC: Location ...... I~allroom SUB HCJCCampusBeginningGuitotferChlJdtenAthens Instructor ..................... Renee Davis (ages 8-12, or by pecminton 10 Hours Top and Jazz Level II Athens Of the instructor) (Combined Ages) 6 Hoers Fee .............................. $3500 Fee: ................. $.3000 Start 'End: .... lune 3" July 1 1980 Star~,End: ....... July7 July2B 1980 Days'Time ....... Tuesdays 10-15- II:)Sa m Days Time . .......... Mondays S 30 7:00 p m Location: Room 143 Fine Arls aid& HCJC Campus Location: ............ Ballroom SUB, HCJC Campus lnstrutOr: ............. Mary~yn Cox In!~ tructo~- : .................... Ren~e Davis Begtnnlnellntermediate Guito Country and Western Dancing Athens (ter Adults & Teenagers) Athens 4 Hours CEU Value 1.5 1 5 Hours Fee: ........................... $~00 Fee ......................... $$000 Start'End: ............. lunge. June23, IqO0 Start,End ......... June3.AugustS 19~0 Days'Time .......... Mondays 7'00 830 pm Days Time . . Tuesdays S:00 6 ~) pm Lo(at~ ..... Ballroom SUB HCJC Campus Location: Room 143 Fine Arts Bid~ HCJC Campus }n~tru(tofs ........... ELJJa Davis & Cary Reeve ~n~tructor: ............... Marylyn Cox latefmedlate Guitar for ChlMren (ages 6-1 2, or by permission of the instructor) Fee ........................ Start'End: .................. July6 Days *Time .......... TuesdayS, Location: .........Room 4:3 FneArfs~" Instructor: ...................... ' ' Beginning Piano f~r Children (ages 6-1 2, or by permission of the instructor) CEU Value 1 Fee Stor~,End: Days Time Lo(ation: Room 12( Inch uctor : ............... " Intefmedlote Piano for Children (ages 8-1 2, at by permission of the instructor) CEU Value I Fee Start 'End . Julyl Days Time .......... Location ..... Room 1 2( Instructor: .................. Beginning Voice CEU Value 0,9 Fee: Start/End Days;Time: Lo(ation: ..... Room I IT instructor : ........... READING: Dev*iopmentol Reoding fo~ Public School Students (g~edes 4th-t 2th er by permission of in|Stutter) Limit of 25 students per class CEU Value Fee ............ (In~ludes I Start End: ............... Days 'Time: .... Tuesdays & Thur! Lo~afion ..... Room t 13 lnstrLKtor: ................ TRAINING FOR HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME EMPLOYEES: Medication Administration Refresher Course CEU Value 0.7 Fee' ................. Date ...... Timee: ...... 8:~10 0 Lo(atlon' .... Room } 11 Instructor ............. ' TENNIS: Tennis CEU Value 1 Fee Start End: Days Time' Monday through I Location Room 1 tO. Instructor CHUCK BASHAM was Installed as Post Commander of Malakoff-Trinidad Post 4133 Sunday afternoon in ceremonies at the Veterans of Foreign Wars command in Trinidad. Pictured with Basham are other officers. Cecil lleickman, Anda l,avalle and Murlln Jordan. Also installed in afternoon ceremonies were new officers of the Ladies Auxiliary. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Malakoff cemetery donations __ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Derden, in Mrs. C.A. Riddlesperger,$20.00; Dessie memory of E. (Nig) Tapley, $20.00; Thomas, $5.00; Cullen Allen, $10.00; Nellie Holt, in memory of Garland Holt, Pearl Dodson, in memory of Dewey $15.00; Mr. and Mrs. English Jackson, Dodson and Bill Robertson, $10.00; Mr. $20.00; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Leeand Mrs. Howard Julian, in. memory of Jackson, $20.00; Mrs. T.I. Moore, Milburn Holt, $10.00; and Fay $10.00; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers, in Willbanks McFarland, in memory of memory of Preston Henderson, $5.00; Mr. andMrs. JiA. Lacy, $50.00. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Allen, in memory of son and Mr. and Mrs. Will Allen, $10.00; (',ommunities depend and Beaulah Wilson, $20.00. Also George and Juanita Rid- oll truck delivery service dlesperger, in memory of Monte More than 36,000 American com- Do ser, $10.00; in memory of W.J. munities now depend entirely on trucks Do ser, $20.00; in memory of Mr. and for delivery of goods and services. Wholesale prices of iron and steel used in farm machinery are up 10 per- cent from a year ago. ~, ........................... , ......... ;,;.'.,;;';.;;~.~ ! Bricks Cracked? Sills i/ rotten? Unlevel floors? ! --CALL-- Derl Cannon Rt. 1, Athens 675-7096 )e Is.sees so eeql. el ei Ire4 .eonoelsee e e e e e | .|is e o~ o eee s e |esel These tough Chevy pickups deliver the payload you want. " Up to 911 lbs. more than our closest sales competitor in half-ton models. More hip room, too. Come in now and let us show you the trucks---and the deals. 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