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llrr al Mrs. Ed Roy had a houseful of when her arrived for a day of Athens, and other arrived for the Marvin Ezell of La. came for the Athens Contest, and here were Mary s Melton and Ronda Matthews from Visiting Sunday Were Louise and [folder of Mt. Calm. graduation with Mr. and Mrs. Malakoff News W.O. Green and Tina were Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Tanner, Mrs. Velma Johnson, Ami and Christi of Ft. Worth, and Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Allinen of Corsicana. Mrs. Mary Jo Elenburg and sons, Dennis and Darren, returned to their home in Oklahoma City after spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Finis Hardy. Mrs. Mercedes Hardy and children, LaTesha and Chris, returned with her to spend a few days. LaTesha Hardy and David and Chris Clark, sons of Mr. Reading with this coupon WORK IS GIFT OF GOD MADAM MICHELLE READER ADVISOR FIRST TIME IN WILLS POINT OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 7:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M. 1027 E. HOUSTON ST. (HWY.' SO) WILLS POINT, TEXAS Look For The Sign 873-3024 and Mrs. Norman Clark from Arlington and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brannon, entered Guild Auditions in Athens. LaTesha and David were National Winners and Chris a district winner. Their teacher, Mrs. Finis Hardy, presented them and her two grandchildren, Dennis and Darren Elenburg from Oklahoma City and Chris Hardy in a private recital at her home. Archie Mae Johnson was home for a few days last week from Whitesboro where she has been staying with her sister who is ill. Five Malakoff students at Henderson County Junior College qualified for the Dean's List for the spring semester, announced Dr. Gary McDaniel, academic dean. Only 135 of almost 2300 HCJC students made the Dean's List. Making the list from Malakoff are David D. Files( Jerry W. Garrison, Jimmy M. Discontinued Paint Zh price 0il Base Reg Sl 2" $995 Sundial House, Paint (All Colors Except White) City Building Supplies t, Hwy. 31 Open till 4:00 Saturdays All Types qPJ-0891 Building Materials I I # MAI,AKOFF NEWS Mattingly, Gregory S. Price and Kalvin D. Townsel. Students are eligible for the Dean's List who take at least 15 semester hours work, who make no failing grades, and who secure at least 3.5 grade points per semester hour, out of a oossible 4.0. The Rev. Randall Warren and his wife will be moving into the Methodist parsonage Thursday, and Rev. Warren will preach his first sermon at his new charge Sunday morning. Also new at the Methodist Church in Malakoff is secretary Marsha Trent, who began work Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker and Susie and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker and Stacy visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dobbs in Lufkin Sunday. Friday, Carda and Polly Walker were in Dallas on business. They also visited J.C. McGuire in the Veterans Hospital. Mr. McGuire is a Malakoff resident. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alman left Thursday for Vernon to attend a wedding. Mrs. Almon is staying with relatives. Mrs. Mary F. Courtney left Friday for Texarkana to visit with Mrs. J.J. Scheffelin. She also stopped at Maude to attend a wedding party for Mrs. M.T. Patton's daughter, returning home Friday. A former resident of Trinidad and Malakoff, Mrs. Sam Brooks who now resides in Dallas, has been hospitalized with a stroke. She was admitted to St. Paul Hospital in Dallas and her room number is 716. Michael Courtney, his wife Betty Arm and their two sons, John Michael and Chris from Austin, visited over the weekend with Mrs. Mary F. Courtney. On their trip home they stopped at Waco for a ride on the Brazos Queen, where Michael was asked to take the Pepsi Challenge. Believe it or not.., he picked the Pepsi. Mr. and Mrs. Marles Drake returned home last week fr,'m  vacation trio to south- XLO200 POLYESTER 4 FOR ,78-13 !:!: eastern states. The late Brooks Rogers annual reunion will be held June 12th at the Lions Club in Malakoff. All relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend. Lisa Gerard Awarded Honors LUBBOCK-- Texas Tech University has announed its Spring 1977 Dean's Honor Roll, including students achieving a grade point average of 3.0 or higher during the spring semester. Honorees making the list have taken full course loads and achieved B to A averages. Lisa Gerard from Malakoff is among the honored students. PTO Carnival Makes Profit Mary Mears, treasurer of the Malakoff PTO, has announced the final amount cleared by the Spring Carnival. A total of $400 has been returned to the school for the purchase of additional equipment. A very special thank you goes to Citizens State Bank for the generous $25 donation to the raffle. Area Man Drowns Sunday Charles Johnson of Athens drowned in Cedar Creek Lake near Caney City Sunday afternoon while he aria friends were diving off the Caney Creek bridge and swimming in the area. Johnson was pulled from water by a member of the Trinidad Fire Department some 25 minutes after he went down and was pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Joe Faulk of Malakoff. 0000JOURNEY from page l he or she has read. In addition to the list of books each reader compiles, the log includes a pair of word puzzles and a maze. Summer is always the busiest time of the year for children's collections in public libraries. Whether summer reading is entirely for entertainment or is also for information, it's different from the required reading that students must do during the school year. At the same time, however, it builds a valuable reading skills. During the summer many libraries will also be planning special activities including films, puppet shows, and other programs. 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