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........... ,. - =':'. "~:-c ;:~ ............. :4... ........... Friday, July 20, 2012 - The MalakoffNews - Page 5A COURTESY PHOTO Nationals Headed to State Tournament The Malakoff Nationals placed first in the district toumament held this past week. They will compete in the state toumament beginning July 23rd in Athens. Pictured are, front row from left, Alex Huckabee. Dalton Burkhalter, Cameron Rogers, Sha'Zarrion Bailey, and Ethan Snow. Back row from left, Coach Paul Cook, Michael Tilley, Dalton Kennedy, Clayton Mattingly, Jayden Walden, Judd Miller, Brandon Cook, Rowdy Dunklin, and Coach Tim Mattingly. Not pictured: Coach Bran McCoy and Colby Snider. , -Obituaries Janis R. Hallum Janis R. Halhun, 75, of Waxahachie, passed away Tuesday, July 10, 2012 with her loving family by her side. She was born to the late Dr. Roy Roberts and Mrs. Minnie Faye Roberts on Nov. 30, 1936 in Wichita Falls. Mrs. Hallum loved and enjoyed many Hallum things in her life. She loved fishing and fished often. She was continually contacted and asked where all the good fishing spots were located. If am-one needed any assistance, she was known as the person call and enjoyed being a guide on many occasions. She was also an artist and loved to paint. She loved Christmas and getting together with her family. Mrs. Hallum en- joyed the outdoors, nature and bird watching. When she wasn't on her boat fishing, you would probably find her gardening and working in her yard. She leaves behind so many friends who will continually miss her and love her. She is survived by her son, Mark E. Hallum of Waxa- hachie; her daughter, Vicki L. Hallum of Waxahachie; her sister, Judy Love and her husband, Don of New Mexico; her brother, Phillip Roberts and his wife, Peggy of Col- orado Springs; her grandchildren, Crystal A. Hallum of Dallas, Austin B. Holboke ofWaxahachie, M. Daniel Hal- lure of Waxahachie and Madeline F. Hallum of Waxa- hachie; her great grandchildren, Ally K. Hallum of Wax- ahachie and Hadden B. Holboke of Waxahachie; she is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of loving friends. Memorial services to celebrate her life are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, July 21, 2012 at the Pat Boze Memorial Chapel of Wayne Boze Funeral Home, Waxa- hachie, with the Rev. Bruce Zimmerman officiating. __J v Z Cacldeberry Farm Produce Mercantile 99fi0 I-Iwy 51 W" Creseat Heights" Malakoff N~ Moa.Fri. 9.5. 9.6 903"203-1017 There has nevcr been a better time ba g,. rdatiotS~nlps with First State Bank, bl aM d.@ wJlh ]u& tod y. ~mt~r FDIC (R)3-B76-] t)t/O RRY LI "Your Hometown, Home ST&lff NG~ $1rpdlT HI~i~" U The following bus#tesses help support area nonprofit organizations and events. Customer Focused. t:br Yo~r Advertising Needs con tact Angela Penland 5 yea~ Sa~es Cxperi,~,ce am:l your sales ~epresentati~ e al The News (903)489-0531 24 HOUR SERVICE 1.4!7 E. Tyler St Athens 903-677-3838 u II i, i lu lu ii i i i u ii ~11 IJ i .... ..... i .... t .... Tigers tickets going on sal Beginning Aug. 1, Malakoff Tigers football season tickets will be on sale at the Administration Office, lo- cated at 1308 FM 3062. The stadium has an upper and a lower section for reserved seating. The upper section seats are $8 each for five home games for a total of $40 per seat. The lower section seats are $6 each for five home games for a total of $30 per seat. All senior citi- zens 65 years or older may purchase up to two seats only in the reserved section at half price. All seats over two would be full price. This year, a Season Athletic Pass will also be The pass will enable the holder to ent,; all the athletic events at Malakoff High School. The pass will save money if the holder attends all events The price is $75 for individuals or $125 for a family pass which entitles two adults and their immediate family member's en- trance. These passes will be good for general admission seats only. Anyone who purchases a family pass also be able to purchase up to two reserved seats at half price. Admission at the gate, for varsity and junior var- sity contests, will be $5 for adults and $3 for children. This year there will be five home football games. If you attend only the varsity games, it will be a signifi- cant savings. BERRY LUMBER CO. Your Hometown, Home Owned Company i 206 E, Roya!l- E. Hwy 31 903-489-0532 i i [l[JlJllJJlllllll [ I1[111 [ II II JIIIILII : . , , il . Gun Barrel City J . Malakoff Ill