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The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 11, 19~1--3A Polly Walker .... 489-1484 little son of Mr. and of Palestine, spent his grandparents, Mr. Ferguson of Malakoff r, Barbara, is a patient in Athens. He is s week with his other gran- and Mrs. Logan Russell of Abilene visited his Ferguson, last Wed- in Kerens helping with of a new home for his and Mrs. Steve Vernon. from his job in Texas are moving back to es Cheatham, Mr and Mrs. Barbara accompanied Baptist Church to on Friday last they started having and had to on Saturday until 3 a new transmission put in they were riding in. g the trip were Kalah Brown, Dee Ann Ashlock, Jay Jay Mullins, Edle Fettinger, Gary elly Qulnn, Kevln Brent and Wen- Tim Mattingly, Tom Scott Clendenlng Jerry Johnson and n, daughter of Mr and was scheduled for Thursday night she had pPendicitis and was trip. She had put that the group for the trip. They for this trip cake sales, and to make the trip $3,000. returned to her last Friday after in the Memorial for the past five from a broken to have the knob of the doctors said that you are back Helen Cole and their lael and Stacy of in the home of Mr. Sealey and Evelyn DeWayne Bell of Tri Stehig attended a Relations Board Eleven members attended the for the session to Dobbs, Robert and and Wednesday fher parents, The G. reside in Twin Bobby is program Radio Station connected with the advertising capacity. Ide some tapes for the joined on Tuesday of Malakoff, of Trinidad, Mr. and and children, Andrews and Stacy of Walker of Austin for was strong and the judging was fierce. In spite of this they brought back several 2's and some 3's. TERI GUNNELS, daughter of Billy and Barbara Gunnels of Key Ranch Estates, will be in her first gymnastics meet in Canton June 25th. She is the granddaughter of Rollen and Virginia Robertson of Malakoff and Dean and Jesse Gunnels of Trinidad. She has been taking gymnastics since last Sep- tember from East Texas Twisters, owned and directed by Le Ann Canada (Courtesy Photo) It's a boy:t! Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Vieregge of Tyler proudly announce the birth of their son, Justin Richard. He was bern May 27 at 6:59 a.m. at Mother Francis Hospital in Tyler. He weighed 4 lbs. and 11'~ oz. at birth and was 17 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rex King of Malakoff and pater, hal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vieregge of Malakoff. Great grandparents are Mrs. Lena, Vieregge of Malakoff, Mrs. Louise Stout of Lufkin and Mr. and Mrs. James Sctzer of Athens. Great-Great Grandmother is Delthia Aday of Athens. The family has asked that prayers for Justin continue. He is in the Intensive Care Unit at Schumpert Hospital in Shreveport, Louisiana. He is in critical condition. The late Brooks Rogers Reunion will be held on Sunday, June 14th at 10:00 a.m. at the Lions Club on Hwy. 90 So. All relatives and friends are invited. Cosette Irwin returned home June 7th after major surgery. She is doing fine. Those present when she had surgery were her grandson, Joe Randeil and Korea from Dallas; a nephew, Paul Powers Jr. and family from Kankee, Ill.; Bro. Paul Powers Sr. and Gladys; Don Henderson and family from Houston; and a nephew, Bobby and Joyce Lewis from Dallas. The Paul Powers Sr. enjoyed their children, Paul Powers Jr. and family and Don Henderson and family Bouquets go to Mrs. Carl Apperson, Maloy Road, Commerce, Texas 75428. She was so sweet to take time out of her busy life to send us the photo with names for the people no one seemed to remember and also a sweet note. Vacation Bible School will begin this Saturday at the First Baptist Church with Bro. Jerry Rainwater in charge of the school. Activities for the day in- clude department enrollment, Joint service, field meet and re/reshments. There will be a turtle race, so kids, round up your turtles and come along. Anyone from 3 years through the sixth grade will be welcome. The school will begin properly on Monday, June 15th through 19th each day from 9 a.m. until 12. Friday will be the exception when sandiches and drinks will be served with a family picnic at noon. The meal will be provided by the church, and parents are invited to Join their children for this treat. Parent's night will be held Sunday, June 21 at 7 p.m. Teachers for the classes include: Donna Clopp, Virginia Bailey, for pre- school 3; Llnda Tanner and Brent Cheatham, preschool 4; Joyce Callaway, Kevin Kflman, Joyce Weeks, preschool 5; Beverly( Masslngili, Carol Woolverton, Bo Carter, Susie Moffatt, first and second grade; Mary Lou Faulk, Mary Louise Jackson, and The students listed below were awar- ded attendance certificates in an assembly the last day of school. A "Perfect Attendance" certificate was awarded those who did not miss a day and "Prompt and Regular Attendance" to those who missed no more than two days. Kingergarten: Perfect Attendance: Chantol Green, Jeffrey Loper and Christopher Davis. Prompt and Regular: Kellie Hernan- dez, Molly Ferrell and Benny Truly. 1st Grade: Perfect Attendance: Amy Weaks, Daniel Perkins and Marvin Hollingsworth. Prompt and Regular: Theresa Jackson, Stacy Qutnn, Latricla Tolliver, Ronald Fleck, Shone Monroe, Stanley Smith, Michael Sparks and Penny Hall. 2rid Grade: Perfect Attendance: Christina Green and Angela Patterson. Prompt and Regular: Sharla Graham, Jody Hyde, Karl Ivey, Shanique Jenkins, Rhonda Matthews, Brian Cannon, Jeffery Jenkins and Pete Truly. 3rd Grade: Perfect Attendance: Collie Estep, Stephen Crawford and Vanoid Dawson. Prompt and Regular: Angels Davis, Shelly Davis, Angels Smith, Cedred Amaide, Michael Fort, Brian Hanna, Jessie Ray, Joey Snowden and James Taylor. 4th Grade: Perfect Attendance: Mares Ferrell, Wendell Brimer, Perry Mihalakos, Steven Sparks and Frank Pattison. Prompt and Regular: Michelle Allen, Veronica Dawson, Madalyn Emerine, Tyra Gilmore, Quivora Smothers, Devanna Williams, Josevh Ferrell and Charles Hill, Ricky Hines, Brian Jones, Anthony Manning, Ernest Ray, Wayne Truly, Claud Vick, Steven Gregory, @ O. D. McCann had as r the weekend their son, and Mrs Carol Britain Lee Ann'and Korea of Suzy (Mrs. Dial) Moffatt of Malakoff tion, credit risk evaluation, and also in has just received a certificate questioned document examination rs. Johnny Julian of qualifying her as a Certified work. She advises, too, that the eat the weekend in Graphoanalyst. The International Graphoanalytical system of personality with their parents, Graphoanalysis Society, based in assessment is recognized as a valuable Julian and Mr. y. Rebecca in the Henderson Hospital in Athens ~rwent surgery on visited with Mrs. Mae Harris and Mr. Chicago, Ill., granted the certificate to Mrs. Moffatt after she successfullly completed an 1S-month extension cour- se in the techniques of scientific han- dwriting analysis. Mrs. Moffatt is a special education teacher in Malakoff Independent School District. A Certified Graphoanalyst is trained of Kaufman is in to identify personality traits in people He has lung can- without the necessity of meeting them, Dee Scott. using samples of their handwriting for a I from twirling analysis purposes. Band Director, Mrs. Moffatt points out that the ser- No. I vices of Graphoanalysts are being used tryouts. Competition in business to facilitate personnel selec- aid in couseling and is used by personal. marital, vocational, and child guidance counselors in many parts of the world. Certification authorizes Mrs. Moffatt to prepare personality assessment reports based on Graphoanalysis for individuals and business firms; lecture Kathleen McCann, third and fourth grade; Peggy Farmer, Alice Cartlidge, fifth grade; Loretta Vleregge, nursery; Polly Walker, Mary Stelzlg, Leckle Bang, refreshments; Jerry Johnson and Kyle Kilman will act as ad- ministrative assistants; Dorothy Har- dy, pianist; Jerry Rainwater, director; Rev. James Cheatham, pastor; Steve Cartlidge, music director; and Dorothy Arthus as secretary. First Baptist Church on Highway 31 had wonderful services on Sunday morning with lots of visitors present. Following the services, C.M.E. had their Women's Day Sunday evening at 3 p.m. They had good services and a program. Willie Ola Jackson . is in the hospital. She underwent surgery but is doing fine. Amanda Tarver is home from the hospital. She was in Mother Francis in Tyler. She is doing okay. Mrs. Lena Mitchell is improving right along. The Tarvers and the Hulins are plan- ning to have their reunion July the 4th. Is C. Huey Clements, a native of Georgia but an adopted son of Texas, arrived this week to become the new pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Malakoff. Clements is a graduate of Shiloh High School of Lumber City, Ga. He holds an AA degree from Whaton Junior College; a BA degree from South- western University of Georgetown; and attended Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University of Dallas. He began his ministry in Glen Floria, Texas serving the Glen Floria-Lane City charge. Other churches he has served as pastor include the Chappell Hill-Cochran; Maline-Gause; Alexan- drew of Bryan; associate at Fjrst.( bur- ch of Orange; Wesley Churcn m nun- tsville; Keman; Groveton; Overtoni Parker Memorial of Houston and for the past three years at Hem tead. Clements and his wife, Jean, have one son, 17-year-old Clint. Clint will be a senior in high school for the coming year. to civic, service, and social organizations whose members may be | interested in learning about the sub- Ject; and conduct introductory Basic CAMPUS steps programs in Graphoanalysis for adult education groups in her com- munity. Chris Ivey, Guy Monroe, Bradley Taylor, Mark Trice, Ty Ferrell and Nichelous Ervin. 5th Grade: Perfect Attendance: Chenita Allen and Amy Butler. Prompt and Regular: Darlene Cannon, Jana Clark, Jana Cot- ton, Teresa Cox, Patricla Marshall, Pamela Pagitt, Lisa Stone, Thomas Hanna, Jeffery Hyde, Micky Talhert, Mitchell Riddle and Willie Smith. 6th Grade: Perfect Attendance: Michael Ruth, Michael Cox and Michael Hoyt. Prompt and Regular: Darrin Allen, Pat Brimer, Sammy Davis, James Farrell, James Flanagan, James Fort, Kip Mc- Swinney, Ronald Overton, Michael Scott, Crystal Bryant, Tammy Hanna, Sharla Slaton, Anita Smith, Michelle Wright, Andy Thomas and Paul Loper. Fire ants' march continues westward Fire ants continue their relentless march across the southern United States and scientists at Texas A&M University say there may be no way to stop them from reaching the Pacific coast. Already the insects, which produce a violent sting and attack in massive numbers when disturbed, have pushed as far west as Corpus Christi, San An- tonio and Dallas, Texas, leaving behind thousands of new colonies. Greg Cupper of the East Texas Coun- cil on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse spoke Monday, June 8 at the Malakoff Center nutrition site in Malakoff. According to nutrition site manager Lovena Irvin, Cupper talked to the senior adults at the center about prescription medication management and alcohol abuse among the elderly. Those present also saw "Reaching for the Wrong Solutions: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Among the Elderly," a slide-tape presentation produced by the East Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse with a grant from the East Texas Council of Governments. "Our presentation focuses on cir- cumstances which may result when people mix different types of drugs or use prescription medication in com- bination with alcohol. We encourage people to speak with their physician or pharmacist about potential drug in- teractions and the hazards of mixing drugs," Cupper said. For further information about alcohol and drug misuse, contact Cupper or Elwanda Burgess at 214/753-7633. Rural sociology to receive information The Department of Rural Sociology at Texas A&M University has been selected by the Texas 2000 Agency in governor Clements' office to play a key role in disseminating 1980 census in- formation. The department, along with the Texas State Library and the Texas Natural Resource Information System, will be the primary disseminating agencies of the State Data Center Program. The program is intended to increase the availability and ac- cessibility of the 1980 census data. The three agencies will be responsible for providing information on population changes, characteristics and trends in Texas. : MalakoffHigh School Twirling Clinic . June 22-2fi, / @8 / , $I5.00 * 9 a.m. to 12 noon , =~.n. Whlteeid. ~w.. Ce, Joh. Brown * 4.72.2q75 432=228-S 489=0877 (~,,) 4sq. 1 t z2 (t.ndh.It/ Dept. Store in Malakoff Step Into The Season With Comfort Plus Of 100% Dacron Polyester Doubleknit. Our Values to s26oo Haggar Curlee Navy Dark Brown Sizes 36 to 50 $95 to 8169 Now off off were held in Bar- for Bob Burgner, The total texture look in easy care polyester double knits. Tailored to perfection for comfort and Ch urch to $1 : l good looks. Church will hold , ~ . Men~s the week of June . ~ .~] held at 7 p.m. on CAMPUS at 7:30 p.m. the : " : ~)~iI SHIRTS SPORT & DRESS inl .% new pastor of : Straw Hats VAN HEUSEN the messages and serve as music tS : SlO" to s239s : ~iiii!ii!i',' ~!ii]l 8, C~MPUS --.-- [~iiiiii' ~;:L~j Sho. S,... toattend. Don't Lo : :I.!:i.i!i~ ii~ ,. so,d , Ideal & Patterns aries In error we omitted the phone ',for O0 , Father's I I ....------ .......__.... Temtex 9, 1937 and died a result of bur- explosion at ~n Highland City, wife, Carolyn and three ~ORTHERN number of JUDGE WINSTON REAGAN from our directory. For the convenience of his con- stituents, his home number is... 849-6306 Gulf States - United Telephone Company UNITED TELEPHONE ~TEM away Thur- ;1 in Stillwater, services were Stillwater. wife, Pat and The Nor- residents of was by Van Heusen Campus 95 GIVE DAD Gold Toe ALSO Pkg. of 3 Tee Shirts- Brief Shorts Size S-M-L.XL S679 $74s offer m'$ JIFFIES SCAMPS Terqf Cloth Vinyl & Leathers $6 to JUST