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r R Wednesday, June 13, 2001 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 5B Cross ads Junior High Honor Roll Trinidad -.Trivial and Tantamount SlW_STERHONOI &apos;,ROLL Stormy Pearce, Vanessa Hannigan, Cecil Hooker, Rich- Sixth Grade A He Kari Baker, Hannah t Lauren Stewart, Put and Kimberly Hayes. Sixth Grade AE Roll: Amber Bake Carriere, Richard Duc Hannigan, Cecil Heel ard Jenkins, Kevin M Ashley McCord, McKee, Danielle Parr Pearce, Danielle Rk mr Roll: !ampbell, Weldon Honor. Blake an, Kiery :er, Rich- :Connell, Jamie mr, Misti haffdson, Lyle Robertson, Kat Rogers, Robert Shellenberge, Jordan Templin, Whitney Blnton and Kayla Stacks. Seventh Grade  Honor Roll: Whitney ouston, Maggie Lewis, Alysa Piper and Bryan Stovall. Seventh Grade AB Honor Roll: Brandi Boy& (.ourtney Dorsey, Brittany Dustman, Tabitha Feagins, Frentress, Natalie Hm Kassity Ivey, Patrick l Delena lock, Michel Saebra Lammons, Lookabaugh, t McGlaun, Lacy Merri! Morrison, Melody Katie ldleston, ennings, le Kirk, Blayne enneth t, Joseph vlusick, Rodriquez, Holly Siggelow, Dalton Thomas, Tessie Tho- mas, Courtney Tophinke and Briley Attaway. Eighth Grade A Honor Roll: Kathrine Cross, Lorin Cross and Deanna Harmon. Eighth Grade AB Honor Roll: Jonathan Allen, lured August, Rebekah Bowen, Wade Carson, Jason Cook, Amber Craig, Toby Edwards, Amber Hannigan, Patrick lock, Erin Kirkpatrick, David Rob- erts, Rodney Shellenberger, Kindle Tanner, Brittany McCoy and Christie Johnson. SIXTH SIX WEEKS HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade A Honor Roll: Karl Baker, Hannah Campbell, Amber Hamilton, Kimberly Hayes, Josgph Kirkpatrick, Ashley McCord, Danielle Richardson, Kayla Stacks, Pura Weldon and Lauren Stewart. Sixth Grade AB Honor Roll: Amber Baker, Blake Carriere, Amber Couch, Michael Crutchfield, Richard Ducan, Bobby Green..Kiery ard Jenkins, Jamie McKee, I).anielle Parrent, Blake Rob- errs, Lyle Robertson, Robert Shellenberger, BJ Simpkins, Jordan Templin and Whitney Blanton. Seventh Grade A Honor Roll: Whitney Houston, Alyssa Piper and Bryan StovaU. Seventh Grade AB Honor Roll: Courtney Dorsey, Brit- tany Dustman, Tabitha Feagins, Katie Frentress, Natalie Huddleston, Delena lock, Michelle Kirk, Maggie Lewis, Lacey Merritt, Joseph Morrison, Stormy Pearce, Vnessa Rodriguez, Holly Siggelow, Tessie Thomas, Courtney Tophinke and Briley Attaway. Eighth Grade A Honor Roll: Lorin Cross and Deanna Harmon. Eighth Grade AB Honor Roll: Rebekah Bowen, Jason Cook, Amber Craig, Kathrine Cross, Ashley Green, Amber Hannigan, Patrick Jock, Erin Kirkpatrick, Rodney Shellenberger, Kindle Tanner and Joe Woodard. Continuedj00om page 9A hip-huggers and white slacks, then I suppose the spotting syndrome slowly ook over. Coffee, ink, greas.e, newspaper print, food - any thing that leaves a mark leaps at my clothing and stays. Jackie is said to 15e the most lovely First Lady in a long line of races for the White House to set a style in almost everything she touched with her poise, beauty, intelligence, dignity and charm. carter and Laura Rosalyn Bush are no slobs.either. Barbara Bush has my vote for the Grandmother Look, dressing down her imperfec= tions. That's my goal in life, and dressing more like Jackie Kennedy's style Everett and Thelma Smith ContinuedJ00om page 9A for themselves. The only accident they haye endured occurred on the Trin- ity River Bridge. A fast-mov- ing truck came behind the Smith car and literally "tried to run over them." Thelma kept the car on the bridge, tiny as she is, and kept the wreck from being worse than it was. She hurt her arm in the process. Budweiser ShareLunker Program Everett used to"go" all the time. He loves to fish. He's seen at the Refuge every morn- makes Valuable contribution ofingbutis allowed only oneCUPcoffee because of his condi- tion. .Left to right: the Ye)ar), Mike The 14,14 pound female cacght by John Lindsey in the Canadian River below Lake Meredith was not only a world record fly rod catch in the six pound tippet class, but the ear- liest entry in the history of the ShareLunker Program and the only one from that far north. Lake Meredith lies north of a latitude line that was previ- ously considered the dividing point where the climate was too cold for Florida strain bass to survive, In fact, lthe state of Oklahoma does not stock Thelma, who loves to cook, says she- fceds.4aer ,hu sband well. They arise at 4 a.m. and are ready for lunch at 9 a.m. Some- time 11:30 is snack time. On dialysis days, they eat Whenever they return. Has this devoted couple ever fussed? Since Everett's dad suffered from lung cancer, Thelma did not want Everett to smoke. As a smoker, Everett was told, "Oh, I'd be the Lindsey, Jr., John Deckard, avid 9, Brn Monsey (Angier of Dumont. happiest person if you would quit." For three weeks, he did, and then he began slipping around to hide his smoking, but Thelma knew. One evening, in from a fish- ing trip, Everett asked Thelma if she would like to give some of the fish away. She said, "Yes," and decided to take Everett's jeep. He asked her to take the car, but she said, "Oh, no, I want to go in the jeep." Of course, in Everett's car; she found the smoking evidence and was not happy. Thelma told her husband, "I can't live if you smoke, It's4oo bad. Icar;t take it." He never smoked again, and that was 30 years ago. Maybe the secret to longev- ity in marriage belongs truly to the Smiths. They each think the other is the nicest person alive. They pay one another compli- ments. The result is they are still a loving couple. "We've just been happy," is the consen- sus. won't do it. Riley Jock still fights for good health in a hospital in Lafayette, Louisiana. He has had so many complica- tions. Billie Jackson has yet to resume a normal routine after her holiday car acci- dent, but she is home. Ballow Hines has returned home after therapy in a nurs- ing facility with rehab facili- ties. Kelly Stanfield is much improved after her lengthy bout with mono:- nucleosis. Esther Jock Abbe's in- jured ankle, in a cast, has made her foot turn all dif- ferent shades, according to husband Snookie. A.J. Arrington is still a pa- tient at a skilled nursing fa- cility in San Antonio Thurlow Dan continues to have heart problems. Many residents have fam- ily members in other places that are seriously ill. ************************ Two more Vacation Bible Schools are coming up: Trin- ity Baptist, June 18-22, 9- 12; Calvary Baptist, June 27; 28, 29, 9-11:30; Lakeside Assembly of God is contem- plating a one-day.Bib Study for children in Au- gust. More information on that later. Fun baseball is taking place once or twice a week in our town for the younger kids. It's free for atten- dance.' Bring a lawn chair, find the shade, and get com- fortable. Friends will be there. THEIR PLACE ON THE MOUNTAIN H00ckson (. " ._. STAY ATMouNTAINOF MANyONE Air Conditioning & Heating BED & RESTS COMMERCIAL AND ENJOY SERENITY OF "THE Refrig00 ration Walk-Ins Ice Machines MOUNTAIN" WHILE RESIDENTIAL LEARNING, gales Service Installation TEACHING, OR CREATING. Servi -.e On All Major Brands A new and wonderful thing 24 Hour Emergency Service is happening on the Mountain. 677-2773 Come be a part of an exceptional adventure! Robert Hickson I Owner 20 Years Serving All Of Henderson Co Experience TA 2LA # 015324C " Call Fie Nowlin at 903-567-6810 or Annette W"dliains at 903-567-0948 i i :? Florida bass north of that"lati - L.,_f .................................................................................................................. : ............................ .:: ................................................  ..................................... = ............ :.= ................ -3 What started out to be the from S weetwater Lake tude. However, Lindsey'sfish  :,. : slowest seasoW ' in spawned twice for the pro-wasacrossbetweenaFlorida  I .t' *#('--'- 1 . I ShareLunker hstory, turned gram, and Mike Gibbs of San bass and a native northern l --  il out tobearealrecord ,reaker. Augustine, Texas caught a sub-species, proving that / " INGI) "Hs'rONES I/IOENTS i With only five fish en :ered in. 14.2 pound entry in Red Hill Floridas will not only survive l SERVICES : the program this year, :hey re- Lake, the largest bass ever that far north, but will repro- suited in a new world record, caught from a U.S. Forest duce and significantly upgrade CREMATION four new water body records, Service lake. native bass populations. and four new lakes repre- sented in the program, includ-  SI// t ingaU.S. ForestServizelake. [.S']" 1  AllC,t At the annual Share Lunker i Program Awards Banquet | Dortlty Cain- Oamer i sponsored by Budweiser and '*"" S']"( GDEN -.-.h, 1119 W. Royal .(Hwy.31) Malakoff, Tx. 75148 :i held at the Texas Fre, hwater ?Na/ W _al' , "O#1 - " " Fisheries Center Sturday Of 903.489.4120  =='<:4 night, Brian Monsey o Baird, Specializing In: Texas Natives, M Texas took Angler of t e Year k Herbs, Muenster Pet Food. honors with his 14.8 p md en- All Organic Supplies, Homegrown Produce, try caughtMarchll,:aLake Artists Are Coming To The Unusual Deck Pots & Unique Specimens Clyde. Lake Fork yiel led the  ! ....... ' " second largest entry, a 14.3 , 432-1801 pound female caught y John MOUNTAIN TOP ART ACADEMY Deckard of Coppell, Texas. mn 7 Days A Week 9:OOam - 6-OOpmk H 2 - DI wy. 74 rectly accross  Texas Parks and Wildlife bi- from Too, vo,unteer "x,. "l' WORKI ST ologist Spencer Dum,,nt en- Fire pt..x"-'--/di NG ARTISTS, IN RUCTORS, tered a 13.41 pound emale AND STUDENTS ARE FINDING