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The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 2, 1983---5A 6y Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. .i e were presented to high at Trinidad School last A-B Honor Roll was Paul Airheart and was named to the A th with Tamra on the A-B Elsom received the A attendance cer- to seniors Paul Anders, Greg King and Boyd, Lauri Bradley, Derek Tim Polk were 11th the award. Stacy Boyd, Keith Claibern, William Wike and Michael Hor- certificates were Elsom and Robert Wike High School class awards, chosen by individual teachers and based on grades, cooperation, citizenship and willingness to work, were presented to Stacy Boyd in FOM I; Vassandral Dawson in FOM II; Don Elsom, Algebra I; Greg King, Geometry; Don Elsom, physical science; Mike Colman, Biology; Don Elsom, English I; Tara Thorpe, English II; Lauri Bradley, English III; Paul Alrheart, English IV; Lauri Bradley, Spanish I; Shong Airheart, Ag I; Mike Colman, Ag II, James Boyd, Ag III; Charles Colman, Ag IV; Melinda Clairborn, Home Ec l; Tara Thorpe, Home Ec If; Tamra Estes, Home Ec III; Jerry Ochoa, Home Ec IV; Mike Colman, Typing I; Amy Rounsavall, Accounting; David Arnold, Personal Business Management; Tamra Estes, General Business; Kindra Tiner, Band; Leo Stanton, World History; Lauri Bradley, American History; Steven Brigance, Government and Free Enterprise and Health. School Prin- regular attendance award. presented diplomas Fifth graders included, for prompt 26 at 9 a.m. to the and regular attendance, Adraln Bailey, Class. Carrie Bankston, Anthoney Boggus, receive their diplomas Thomas Holcomb, Bonnie Riley. Mikey Ashton, Tangle Spencer and Ulrich Stevenson Boler, Misty Tawnee For- Teri Gunnels, Brian Hornbuckle, Melanie Megan John- 'Brad Kennedy, Bobby Lovelady, Beth Munns, Brandy Pierce, Ryan Prnka, Benji Rolison, Snider, Jeanie Sulak, Liz Terry, Shon ~d regular attendance presented to Casey Prnka and Nikki attendance awards Nickleson. receiving awards in- Farmer, prompt and Walden, prompt and Bailey and Mary ders included Jamie McDaniel and Andrea Perfect attendance and Michael Boggas, Leah prompt and included, on the A-B Hathaway, Rachael Edward Wike. James named to the A Honor prompt and had perfect attendance. A-B honor roll members included Lollie Svoboda, Ulrich Stevenson, Tangle Spencer, Bonnie Riley, Andrea Hubbard, Thomas Holcomb. A honor roll mem- bers were Carrie Bankston, Jason Rolison. Sixth graders receiving prompt and regular attendance awards were Joshua Armstrong, Candy Bailey, Susie Lavery, James McDaniel and Angela Sanders had perfect attendance. A-B Honor Roll members included Suzanne Blanford, Danny Colman, James Mc- Daniel and Angelia Sanders. Timmy Rainwater and Jeffrey Hiler were on the A Honor Roll. Seventh Graders who were placed on the A-B Honor Roll were Michael Airheart, Randy Anderson, Elesha Bankston, Ryan Ronteria and Chad Rounsavall. Perfect attendance was presented to Jefferey Boggas and prompt and regular attendance was presented to Michael Airheart, Corey Jenkins, Sherry Posey, Picky Stanfield and Jim Thorpe. Eighth Graders named to the A-B Honor Roll included Tanya Estes, Bryan Hiler and James Stanton. Stan- ton was also awarded perfect attendan- ce. Named to Prompt and Regular At- tandance was Rosemary Arnold, Kelvin Boggas, John Casey, Paul Crimer, Bryan Hiler and Shannon Holt. o|ficers named for 1983-84 are Kenneth Mike Colman, vice Garcia, secretary; Todd Weaver, to the FFA Con- Boyd and Brent r Edwards. Hospital in Peebles were in and Saturday for a children, Charles, Rita Dallas visited with Pidgeway were Leopard and Pasadena. Grandson will be visiting during Post 4133 will be Chandler in a Contest in Austin. Ted and Susanne accompany her on her and grandchildren of ernon Kelly hosted an 28 in the honor of anniversary. Over a Memorial Nursing Home May 29 at 1 p.m. @eclal special reading, "I in memory of and also the song "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Those attending services from United Methodist Church were Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Derden, Dora Peebles, Margaret French and Otis Stanfield. These services were conducted in the absence of the pastor, Bro. Tim Ed- wards, who had gone to Conference in Houston. A special presentation to graduating senior, Greg King, was held in the Sunday morning services at Un/ted Methodist Church May 29. Donna Renteria and Ann Rounsavall presented Greg with a Living Bible in appreciation for his work in the MYF and other church activities. Marion Williams was delegate to the Annual Conference held in Houston this week. Trinidad VFW Post 4133 members sponsor the Trinidad Little League baseball team each year. For the 1983 season they gave the Little League baseball team $700 to buv their new 31 East white and black uniforms and bats and baseballs for the season. The team proved their worth by being the number one champs in the baseball tour- nament. Larry Nolan and children, Steven and Laura, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nolan Sunday through Tuesday. Weekend guests of the Dick Sharps last weekend were son, Jim and Ruth with their 7-month-old twin daughters, Anna and Rebecca, of San Antonio. The Bill Millers and Bill's sister, Priscilla Miller of Williamsburg, Va., visited in Evant over the weekend. Owen and Doris Shaffer, Ellen Sharp's brother and his wife of Titusvllle, Pa., accompanied Dick and Ellen Sharp on a few day's trip to Big Bend National Park and on to Carlsbad Caverns before returning home. Al Reeves of Houston visited over the weekend with Otis and JuanRa Stan- field. Bro. Oscar Brantley is in the hospital in Corsicana recovering from surgery he bad on Friday and is doing fine. On June 5, Bro. Ross Ward will be filling the pulpit at Fist Baptist Church for Bro. Dan Boler while he is in a revival at Highlands Baptist Church, Great Falls, Mont. Bro. Dan Boler's sermon was "Identity of the Disciple," John 15:1-11. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stanfield attended the graduation of their granddaughter, Rose Lundy on Thursday night. Rose will be attending Henderson County Junior College and will be a Cardette. On Thursday, June I at 9:30 a.m., the First Baptist Church will have their mission study on "The World in My Corner" and a business meeting will follow. Erma and Edward SmallLng of Jacksonville, Fla., visited with Margaret and Willard Currey and visited with their aunt, Mrs. Alice Wright, on Saturday. First Baptist men will be having their Brotherhood Breakfast Saturday, June 4 at 6:30 a.m. New Brotherhood officers will be elected. The men are also planning a fish fry. Mary Moers and Kathrym Moors of Houston will be staying a couple of weeks with Juanita and Otis Stanfield. L.T. Blythe went into the hospital in Corsicana on Monday for surgery. A special congratulations was given by Bro. Tim Edwards to members, Bethel and Vernon Kelley on their 49th wedding anniversary held Saturday, May 28. A family night fellowship dinner was enjoyed by a large crowd at United Methodist Church on May 25. Nubbin and Cleora Fleming were in Houston Thusday through Satuday visiting with their children, Terry and Linda Fleming. Their grandchildren, Tiffany and Clark, returned home with them. Bible Study held Tuesday Bible Study met May 24 in the home of Dorothy Harrison with 12 members present. The meeting opened with announcements followed by prayer by Ellen Sharp. Bama Miller gave chapters 2, 3 and 4 of Hosea. Closing prayer was by Myrtle Cnde. Those attending included Alice Wright, Myrtle Curie, Jewel Uhrich, Edith Young, Gertrude Stanfield, Janice Wilkinson, Beula Mae Trotman, Bama Miller, Gladys Yates, Cleora Fleming, Dorothy Harrison and Ellen. sharp. The Young Men's Choir of United Methodist Church, directed by Gaylon Johnson and accompanied by Minnie LaValle, sang "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore" at Sunday morning worship services. Following their presentation special music was provided by Mondo Renteria who sang, "Why Me, Lord," accom- panied by the Jacob's Ladder singers, Martha Hedman, Cindy Graves, Gayion Johnson and Ann Rotmsavall. Nancy McDonald was pianist, A gift has been given to Superin- tendent Bob Elsom from the faculty Carburetors, Tune-Ups, Brakes and Auto Air-Conditioning Malakoff Foaturing Fleetwood Wilderness and Wilderness Cimarron Parts, Service and Accessories Available Olmn *R.V MOnday.Friday 8.00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. SUnday. 12" .00 p.m, PARK NOW OPEN. * Full Hook-ups * Wooded Sights 489-1163 Hwy. 31 Illlkott and staff members of Trinidad school in appreciation for his services. A surprise baby shower for teacher, Debra Nickelson, was given by the teachers. Debra will be taking off next year to stay home with the new baby, which is due in July. Dr. John Sawtelle gave the boys physicals on Wednesday, may 25 for boys playing high school sports next year. Theima and Everett Smith attended the high school graduation of their niece, Dottle Jo Qulnn, on Wednesday night in Waco. Alpine Holcomb attended the high school graduation of granddaughter, Jill Holcomb, in Waco on Wednesday night. Jill is the daughter of Pat and Jeanie Holcomb and was an honor student. Don't forget the Trinidad United Methodist garage sale Friday, June 3, and Saturday, June 4 at the community center. Pies, cakes and coffee will be sold and there will be many good buys. Heavy items will be picked up on Thursday aRernoon for the sale, which will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The tanning season has arrived and cancer that can occur are basal cell you may find yourself complaining carccinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, about not having enough time to lie out and the worst kind, malignant in the sun. You may even consider melanoma. These occur most frequen- buying a membership to a tanning tly on continuously exposed parts of the salon, body such as hands, face and neck. Before yon do, the Texas Medical Association warns that these salons can be harmful to your skin and eyes. So can excessive exposure to the sun. Tanning salons use ultraviolet light, the same as that emitted by the sun. Ultraviolet light may either be short- wave (UVB) or long-wave (UVA). Experiments on animals have linked artificial tanning with UVB to sunburn and long-term skin damage. UVB also can damage the cornea and lens of the eye, so protective goggles should be worn. Artificial tanning with UVA has been found to be more suitable and safer than UVB, but this does not mean it is safe. UVA also may damage the eyes if protective goggles are not worn. It has damaged retinas and produced cataracts in laboratory mice. In addition, your skin may be overly sensitive to UVA if you are taking medication suxh as antidepressants, oral contraceptives, antihistamines and a variety of other sensitizing drugs. Both ultraviolet types can damage the skin. Three common tvves of skin In basal cell carcinoma, cells Just below the skin's surface become can- cerous. A tumor may develop and become ulcerated. Caused by long-term exposure to ultraviolet light, this can- cer will not spread to other parts of the body. Basal cell carcinoma usually oc- curs on the face, especially near the eyes or on the nose. Squamous cell carcinoma attacks underlying skin cells that have been damaged by continuous exposure to the sunlight. With this type of cancer, a malignant, or life-threatening, tumor will develop. The cancer will usually occur on any region constantly exposed to the sun. Malignant melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer because it may spread. A cancerous tumor developes from a mole present since birth, but sunlight also can play a part in the development of the disease. For these reasons, it is advisable to avoid long-term exposure to ultraviolet light whether in a tanning salon or on a beach. Harsh DWI penalties may be ineffective Harsh penalties for DWI convictions could do more harm than good if im- plemented, says a Texas A&M Univer- sity safety education expert. "My only fear is that people will overreact and make the penalties so strong that they will be ineffective," said Dr. Maurice Dennis, head of the Texas A&M Safety Education Program and co-author of the curriculum used by most Texas court-mandated educational programs for DWI officers. "It (driving while intoxicated) is still not looked on as a purposeful act. If we said first offenders would all get five years at Huntsville (state prison), juries wouldn't convict. They're not going to take a chance on ruining this person's life because they're thinking, "That could be me," said Dennis. 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